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PASSING NOTES. A Cold Easter.

PASSING NOTES. A Cold Easter.

Easter bids fair this year to be accompanied characteristic eagerly weather. A spell of easterly winds setting in this time of the year usually maintains its grip for several days, and in the coming holidays winter clothing is mote likely to be in request than the lighter garb w
April 19, 1905 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
NORTHERN SECURITIES.

NORTHERN SECURITIES.

/(From Our City Editor. By Private Wire.) 180 and 181, Fleet Street, Tuesday Evening. The applications for the Exchequer Bonds were much smaller than had been expected, so that the demand for money in connection therewith was fairly mode-ate. The highest rate paid again appeared
April 19, 1905 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
DARLINGTON WAGGON AND ENGINEER-

DARLINGTON WAGGON AND ENGINEER-

ING 00. COMPANY TO BE WOUND-UP. This company’s affairs were before the High Court in connection with application for winding up on April 11th, at the instance of Mr. Radcliffo, of Sheffield, one of the directors of the company, w ho applied for a compulsory winding up order. The
April 19, 1905 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
ARRIVALS,

ARRIVALS,

Letters from United States, Canada, etc., ex the White Star liner Oceanic, via Queenstown, are to be expected in good time to-day (from New York Wednesday last). Mails from Egypt, Smyrna, and Greece, ex French and Austrian packets, are to be expected to-morrow. Those by Italian
April 19, 1905 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
LABOUR AND WAGES*

LABOUR AND WAGES*

LACE TRADE TEST CASE. The Position of Clippers. In the King’s Bench Division of the High Court of Justice yesterday, the reserved judgment of the Lord Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Kennedy, and Mr. Justice Ridley, in the case Squire v. the Midland Laoe Company, was delivered by Mr.
April 19, 1905 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
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April 19, 1905 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
NEWTON SESSIONS.

NEWTON SESSIONS.

Yesterday.—Before Dr. Lev (chairman), Messrs. W. Vicary, W. ,T. Watts. H. E. Brown, M. Fortescue and Col. Walcott. Will iam Matthews pleaded guilty to being drunk at Kingskerswoll the 10th'inst —Let oh" with the payment of the costs, ss. Alfred Stephens and Frank Furze, two lads
April 19, 1905 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
EGYPT.

EGYPT.

Lord Cromer's Optimistic Report. Cromer, in annual report on Egypt and the Soudan, welcomes the Anglo- French agreement as fre*h point of departure Egyptian affairs, -and expresses the belief that the agreement by which both countries benefit, will open new and bright era in the
April 19, 1905 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE Western times THREE EDLTIOXS DAILY. HEAD OFFICE: HIGH-STREET, EXETER TELEPHONE NO. 328. LONDON OFFICE: w OS LUDQATE HILL. B.C.

THE Western times THREE EDLTIOXS DAILY. HEAD OFFICE: HIGH-STREET, EXETER TELEPHONE NO. 328. LONDON OFFICE: w OS LUDQATE HILL. B.C.

BRANCH OFFICES: district Representatives to whom notice 6ent: fi Mr. W. J. Haynes, Cross-st. Abbot-—Mr. Wolfe, Queen-st. Mr. E. W. Garnsey. Devon.—Mr. G. Serpentelli.
April 19, 1905 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
W. HILL (late Mill and Bogersi, Leach's Mews. and Post Master, "Mineral Carriage Proprietor. Glass, open, and •loeed Hearses. Mourning

W. HILL (late Mill and Bogersi, Leach's Mews. and Post Master, "Mineral Carriage Proprietor. Glass, open, and •loeed Hearses. Mourning

Coaches or Private Carriages. conducted any part of the •onnty. Four-in-handd. Victorias, Broughams, Prompt and personal attention—Teletrams: Leach's Mews." Exeter. Telephone 123. ttHCKFOED M., Bampfylde Metre. Exeter. *3 Posting' and Job Master. Funeral Carriage Proprietor Gla«
April 19, 1905 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England