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JJ ILL'S r. A KIC RICH. DIGEBTIHL*. JOBS BILL AtTD 80S. BIOS-USDE2.LT3K. yOMMER. 1902, ALL THE LATEST DESIGNS AND NOVELTIES

JJ ILL'S r. A KIC RICH. DIGEBTIHL*. JOBS BILL AtTD 80S. BIOS-USDE2.LT3K. yOMMER. 1902, ALL THE LATEST DESIGNS AND NOVELTIES

FOR THE SEASON. X. ELIAS Co. ARTISTIC TAILORS. PIUSTONK STREET SHEFFIELD. CANTRELL AND COCHRANE'S SPECIALITIES— "CLUB ALE." "CLUB SODA." " CLIJB KOLA," SPARKLING MONTSERRAT," Also the World-famed "GINGER ALE." Thirty-two Gold and Prize Medals Awarded. Purveyors to His Majesty tb
July 2, 1902 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SPORTING ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE ALL TORT ADVERTISEMENTS MUST COXTAIN THE SAME AND BONA-7IDE ADDRESS OF THE ADVERTISER. _ yjTQPritt, 31*. 14.

SPORTING ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE ALL TORT ADVERTISEMENTS MUST COXTAIN THE SAME AND BONA-7IDE ADDRESS OF THE ADVERTISER. _ yjTQPritt, 31*. 14.

U 31'. igS 0^ B t!^faim mo ' To^• HBWraTS. WORLD'S CHAMPION. GRAND START WIRES AND TOTALS SERVITOR, 8 to SERVITOR ■ Thi. TIT Nap T<*ttrday , Fau! ' w «« -Another Serritor Wire Early. Ajhmore. 3tr*et. Sheffield. and co„ ~ SPECIALISTS!, HATE REMOVED THEIR ADDRESS 10. ORCHARD STREE
July 2, 1902 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
MISCELLAWEOUS SALES. a fy a«M rmi Atßßfa par \ tvoosmSs nri boy fmsa our aatetoowa AO road* , 7 oa

MISCELLAWEOUS SALES. a fy a«M rmi Atßßfa par \ tvoosmSs nri boy fmsa our aatetoowa AO road* , 7 oa

tf «w aat peifeoHy «arts- J s«d. return tfce aad year deposit will once 9 lefuixtod We do not two prieeo for oar If; 6' you pay cash wa yea ha the 2 Not*- do not give |ii ioimUs. aa May person knows ' porehaw baa da pay tor We make J- oeMier iisms «**ra tor jut payaw Cotisry. Cl
July 2, 1902 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE CHARGE AGAINST "COL." LYNCH.

THE CHARGE AGAINST "COL." LYNCH.

AND STAB. SHEFFIELD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2. 1902. ANOTHER REMAND. Arthur Lynch, journalist, and Member of Parliament for Galway, again came before Sir Albert Bow Street Police Court, London, yesterday, a charge of high treason South Africa " Colonel" of the Second " Irish " Brigade
July 2, 1902 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE FENCING OF DANGEROUS MACHINERY.

THE FENCING OF DANGEROUS MACHINERY.

\ SHEFFIELD FACTORY OWNER HEAVILY FINED. the City Police Court this morning, befote Aid. W. E. Clegg and Mr. T. H. Waterbouse, ca&o under the Factory and Workshops Act was beard, in which the defendant was Mr. Reuben Thompson, cab proprietor, of Sheffield. was summoned that, bei
July 2, 1902 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL GOVERNMENT INQUIRY AT TINSLEY.

LOCAL GOVERNMENT INQUIRY AT TINSLEY.

LOAN FOR SEWERAGE WORKS. ,™a morning, Mr. H. Percy Boulnois, M.lnst. C. E.. held inquiry the Plumpers - Inn Tinsley relative to application bv the Rural District Council to the Local Government Board for sanction to borrow £4.200 for purposes sewerage and sewage disposal. Mr. J.
July 2, 1902 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SHEFFIELD POLICE COURTS.

SHEFFIELD POLICE COURTS.

First with a Third Class Ticket. Edwin Croehaw, 43, Thirlwell Road, summoned the Sheffield Police Court this lor travelling on Midland Rail-way without having paid bis fare, and with intent to avoid uaynaent thereot. Mr. R. J. Turner "and , -Mr. J. K. vv defended. „ defendant tr
July 2, 1902 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
DURHAM SESSIONS.

DURHAM SESSIONS.

Before Mr J. L. Whnrton, M.P., and other magistrates. A nOUGHTON LICENSING APPEAL. George Spoors, landlord of the Londonderry Hotel, Shiuey How, brought appeal against a conviction of lloughton-le-Spring justices, under which be was fined 40s and costs for permitting drunkenness
July 2, 1902 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
TEN THOUSAND MAIDS-OF-ALL-WORK.

TEN THOUSAND MAIDS-OF-ALL-WORK.

To Tea With the Queen. The Press Association authorised to state that the Queen is very desirous that a mistake which appears some of the morning papers should iinediately rectified. There is no " indefinite postponement her Majesty's Corouatiou teas to 10,000 maids-of-all-work
July 2, 1902 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
THE CURRAGH TRAGEDY.

THE CURRAGH TRAGEDY.

Verdict of Murder. The Coroner's jury has returned a verdict of "Wilful murder" sgaiust the police-constable who shot Mre McCormack Monday at Curragh, county Ualwsy. hopes are entertained of the recovery of Mrs McCormack's daughter, who was shot at the same time.
July 2, 1902 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England