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EMPLOYMENT IN MAY.

EMPLOYMENT IN MAY.

DISTRICT REPORTS. The following paragraphs appear in the employment reports for May published the Labour Gazette : SHEFFIELD, BARNSLEY, AND ROTHERHAM DISTRICT. General.—Branches of societies (exclusive of coal miners) with 17,050 members, have 300 (or 1.8 per cent.) unemployed,
June 17, 1901 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE DUTY ON GLUCOSE.

THE DUTY ON GLUCOSE.

TRADERS' LICENSES. It has been ofiiciaJly resolved, in connection with the new duty glucose, that licenses will not be required of traders before July lst. A special body ofofficials have been appointed proceed to various centres with view to the collection the duty. The manufac
June 17, 1901 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
AUCTION SALES THIS DAY.

AUCTION SALES THIS DAY.

Bedworth, J.. at back St. Mary's Lane, , _ , „_ Ellis and Son. in Bridge Street, Street, etc., building materials, at 4. Gent, T., at tbe Mart, 26. Spital Hill, furniture, 6.30. Grosse. T. J., at the Mart, 38. Sooth Street, Moot, furniture, 2 and 6.30. Homer, R. C.. the Saleroom
June 17, 1901 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

LANCASHIRE V. SURREY. EASY VICTORY FOR THE ROSE. Surrey team on Saturday were sot the task making 155 runs in order avoid being defeated by innings, and though they succeeded this, mainly through some wonderfully steady batting: on the part of Lock-wood, they were substantially
June 17, 1901 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
FRENCH RACING.

FRENCH RACING.

PARIS SUMMER MEETING*. THE GRANT) PRIX PARIS. With many English sportsmen the correct way of filling the gap between Epsom and Ascot is pay a visit to France for the important series of events decided under both sets of rules, and culminating with the Grand Prix Paris. This year
June 17, 1901 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
bu ans THIS DAY, FOUR O'CLOCK P.M. T?XCELLENT BUILDING MATERIALS - * BRIDGE STREET. COULSON STREET, AND SNIG HILL, SHEFFIELD.

bu ans THIS DAY, FOUR O'CLOCK P.M. T?XCELLENT BUILDING MATERIALS - * BRIDGE STREET. COULSON STREET, AND SNIG HILL, SHEFFIELD.

MESSRS. ISAAC ELLIS AND SON Have received instructions from the Corporation ' Sheffield to SELL PUBLIC AUCTION, ON THE PREMISES, THIS DAY. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., Subject Conditions of Sale to be produced and read time Sale, the whole of the EXCELLENT BUILDING MATERIALS, follows:—
June 17, 1901 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
NOTICE -THE CHARGE FOR ADVERTISE, BIRTHS, and 3 (which must be AUTHENTICATED the NAME and ADDRESS of the SENDER), ie

NOTICE -THE CHARGE FOR ADVERTISE, BIRTHS, and 3 (which must be AUTHENTICATED the NAME and ADDRESS of the SENDER), ie

2s. 6d for FOUR LIJ.ES, and SHILLING PER LINE AFTERWARDS these announcements must be made M. Order, roswu Order, or Cheque.
June 17, 1901 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
REUBEN THOMPSON, UNDERTAKER.— FUNKRALS COMPLETELY FUEXISHED.-Glossop . City Metro, Street ;_and She! JOSEPH TOMLINSON AND SONS (LTD.), BEDFORD STREET. SHEFFIELD,

REUBEN THOMPSON, UNDERTAKER.— FUNKRALS COMPLETELY FUEXISHED.-Glossop . City Metro, Street ;_and She! JOSEPH TOMLINSON AND SONS (LTD.), BEDFORD STREET. SHEFFIELD,

FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Makers of Coffins, Shells, Cremation Caskets, Urns, etc. Funerals conducted tastefully and economically.
June 17, 1901 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
ANGLING.

ANGLING.

Perth Club.—The second stream competition took place Saturday. Six members competed, but onlv four weighed in. The takes were as follows:—1 Robert Buttar, Braan, 10 lbs. 151 ozs.; James Wright, jun., Isla, 9 lbs.; 3 iJavid Hunter, Braan, fi lbs. ozs.; Alex. Macgrogor Brann, lbs.
June 17, 1901 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
JJOLIOAT FASHIONS,

JJOLIOAT FASHIONS,

SUN COSTUMES • ni'i#liß«. tnmmeJ witk !•<■* ■ilk. £2 2a. MUSLIN COSTUMES, trimmed with lace and nbboo velvet £2 18«. 6d. JJOLIDAY FASHIONS, FLANNEL COATS and SKIRTS, perfect aad fmi«h. in whit* arounda. tj. TW EKI) COATS and HKIKIs. the ooaia with atlk. '.a. bd. SKKviK COATS and
June 17, 1901 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England