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TO-DAn SPORTING.

TO-DAn SPORTING.

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April 19, 1905 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
|OH ! WHAT ALOVELYTONE Umm. Tm SKIT ■wwwju HOMS ..cm* tea ii» tbM» tw BOMS FOE •POPULAR" PIANO «*«. TO-DAT.

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April 19, 1905 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
L THEATRE. SHEFFIELD. gto director JOHN UAicT. , ' AT 7 AO. EARLY DOORS AT 6.30, >m Actor * ■

L THEATRE. SHEFFIELD. gto director JOHN UAicT. , ' AT 7 AO. EARLY DOORS AT 6.30, >m Actor * ■

SOMERSET, in J SORROWS OF SATAN.” rUtU ls Theatre, London. —Special Holiday Attraction. LUCKY '^*Pla y WILSON BARRETT (Ins last play). P*p tor both attractions. Telephone 640. E ROYAL, SHEFFIELD. ' 7 -3 C. EARLY I>OORS 6.30. The r TII " - SATURDAY. AT 2. t* 41 Costume Plav E - E
April 19, 1905 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
OF YORKSHIRE.

OF YORKSHIRE.

Farm stock, implements, machinery, Etc. Mr. ROBT. LOWE, in conjunction with Mr. O. H. MELLOR, will SELL by AUCTION, as above, on the premises of Mr. John Wood, of Harley, 3 COWS, in milk ; 2 HORSES, all the FARM IMPLEMENTS for 70 acre farm, part Stack Hay, Steam Engine, Boiler,
April 19, 1905 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
AN ARCTIC ROMANCE.

AN ARCTIC ROMANCE.

“Doctor Siiex,” by Harris Burland. (Ward, Lock, and Co.) (65.) Of all the romances that have been written round the fascinating subject of Polar exploration, few are more worthy of genuine commendation than this. Hidden beyond the magnetic polo wdiich no man has yet succeeded in
April 19, 1905 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SHEFFIELD,

SHEFFIELD,

LAST NIGHTS READINGS, BAH. 30.10, STEADY. WIND Y., LIGHT. TO-DAY’S FORECASTS. THE WHOLE, AND COLD. The following table shows the meteorology of the week in Sheffield :
April 19, 1905 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SHEFFIELD AND THE MIDLANDS.

SHEFFIELD AND THE MIDLANDS.

The Meteorological Office last night issued the following forecast for District No. 4, Midland Counties (including Sheffield): North-easterly winds, fresh strong moderate; cloudy or dull generally, showers of rain, sleet, or hail; very cold for time of year. The foreeasts for ot
April 19, 1905 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
LIBERAL MEETING AT BENTLEY.

LIBERAL MEETING AT BENTLEY.

Mr. C. N. Nicholson, the Liberal candidate for the Doncaster Division, addressed meeting in the Bentley Board School, under the prcs’doncy of Alderman W. Chadwick, J.P. The candidate criticised the action of the Government in regard to the South African war, and advocated the Fr
April 19, 1905 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Mr. Pretyman and Naval Power.

Mr. Pretyman and Naval Power.

Mr. Pretyman, M.P., who was very cordially re- said it was great pleasure to him to come to Brightside and speak on naval and political questions. They would agree with him that the British navy was too serious a matter to made the sport of politics. (Hear, hear.) In Sheffield,
April 19, 1905 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Mr. Hope’s Challenge to Mr. Walters.

Mr. Hope’s Challenge to Mr. Walters.

Mr. .1. r. Hope, M.P., received with cordiality, spoke briefly oa the South African question, and received on the whole a good hearing. The point as to Chinese labour, he said, was not whether home wanted not, but whether our fellowcountrymen in the Transvaal wished it. If they
April 19, 1905 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England