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WOOL, COTTON, &c.

WOOL, COTTON, &c.

LONDON COLONIAL WOOL AUCTIONS. PRICES STILL HARDENING. , LONDON, Thursday. Prospect* of decreased supply of raw material an d the fact that some buyers have been caught short of stocks are making their influences felt the auctions, which continue with increased oompe- and a hard
May 9, 1902 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE AMERICAN REEF TRUST.

THE AMERICAN REEF TRUST.

ILLEGAL REBATES FROM RAILWAYS. (FROM OUR OWN" CORRESPONDENT.) CHICAGO, Thursday. The Federal Government's attorney in the Beef Trust case has secured evidence that the Trust ftecured from the railroads rebates amounting to five million dollars annually. This made competition imp
May 9, 1902 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
FOREIGN TRADE OF SIAM.

FOREIGN TRADE OF SIAM.

THE CHANCE FOR THE BRITISH EXPORTER. (Press Association Foreign Special.) BANGKOK. March The shipping trade Bangkok 13 in an interesting position. Tho German lines have the facilities for carrying the bulk the business of the port, and they not getting it. Last year German vesse
May 9, 1902 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
CROQUET

CROQUET

NORTH OF ENGLAND »Jk A very showery morning gave **£tif' a_\J noon, the sun shining out some extent tbe cutting influence easterly wind, which has been 1 °\f 'W' the week. Tbe courts at Old yesterday, the balls running mere hid recovered its normal condition the afternoon's play
May 9, 1902 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
PRIMITIVE METHODIST ??

PRIMITIVE METHODIST ??

NOTTINGHAM The following is list of the for the next year, appoint" ing held Oakham:— Nottingham. First, J. T. Caulkwell; Third, C. Tuiri; Goortacre; Nottingham, Fourth. Nottingham, Fifth, M. v \f. J*?! Barron- Burton-on-Trent, Fir**- J W. Brass; Third. H. Samper; : T. ram, j. H
May 9, 1902 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THEATRE, *-* TO-NIGHT AT 7.30. EARLY DOORS 6.30. The Enormously Successful American Play, WHEN WE WERE TWENTY-ONE. MONDAY NEXT, SHERLOCK

THEATRE, *-* TO-NIGHT AT 7.30. EARLY DOORS 6.30. The Enormously Successful American Play, WHEN WE WERE TWENTY-ONE. MONDAY NEXT, SHERLOCK

HOLMES. Box Plan at the Theatre, from till 5.30. Telephone 640. THEATRE, SHEFFIELD. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. MONDAY NEXT, FOR SIX NIGHTS AND ONE SPECIAL MATINEE, SATURDAY. AT 2, Messrs. FROHMAN AND GILLETTE WILL PRESENT SHERLOCK HOLMES. FROM THE LYCEUM THEATRE, LONDON. Box Plan n
May 9, 1902 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
&c. , T>lacksmith, Shoeing and Jobbing, age 19. —George v Minion, Blacksmith, near Poet Office, Tioknall, near ; Derby. !,

&c. , T>lacksmith, Shoeing and Jobbing, age 19. —George v Minion, Blacksmith, near Poet Office, Tioknall, near ; Derby. !,

Trade.—Wanted, Good Repairer, stitch band -D Apply Beaumont and Son, Crookes Valley rd, Shef. Bricklayer.— Wanted, good, steady Man.—37, rd, Walkley, Sheffi. Id. - T>ritannia Me*al;mithB. —Wanted, for Birmingham, good J_ all-round Man; a practioal Caster; permanent ' bertli.—Add
May 9, 1902 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
LENTON.

LENTON.

The Report the death, from enteric, Private Robt. B!ack»aaw, the 2nd Lincolnshire sou Mr. Johu Blackshaw, this village—at Earberton, South Africa, has been received with regret, and sympathy is expressed for his father.
May 10, 1902 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
ROYAL ACADEMY BANQUET.

ROYAL ACADEMY BANQUET.

The Royal Academy banquet was held on Saturday night. The Prince of Wales, in response to the toast of his health, referred the absence of the King, who for thirty-niue years had almost iuvariabiy been present on those occasions—au evidence of the great interest lie took in the
May 10, 1902 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
TERRIBLE TRAGEDY AT OTLEY.

TERRIBLE TRAGEDY AT OTLEY.

WIFE MURDER AND SUICIDE. Between three aud four o'clock on Monday afternoon, a terrible crime was enacted at near Leeds, where a mechanic, named Thomas Beaumont, shot his wife and afterwards cut his own throat with a razor. The pair had not lived happily together for some consid
May 10, 1902 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England