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CRIPPLES IN THE COUNTRY

CRIPPLES IN THE COUNTRY

Sunbeam Cottage —the little house at Hollow Meadows which was taken over some weeks ago, and arranged the ladies forming the committee of the Sunbeam dub convalescent holiday house for some of Sheffield’s most weakly cripplesis flourishing amazingly. Six children at a time are h
July 14, 1909 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
The Question of Cost.

The Question of Cost.

Something must be said, also, on the matter of cost. He would not enter upon the controversy as to whether the cost would be four or eight millions; but, old War Office man, he was inclined to accept the estimate ;of eight millions being nearer the mark than the four millions of
July 14, 1909 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
ST. ANDREW’S, HUDDERSFIELD.

ST. ANDREW’S, HUDDERSFIELD.

The Rev. Charles Samuel Newell, B.A. (Durham), private chaplain of Stainborough district, and formerly chaplain at H.M. Prison, Wakefield and curate of Battyeford, has been offered and has accepted the St. Andrew’s, Huddersfield, in succession to the Rev. R. G. Johnson, now Vica
July 14, 1909 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
UNITED METHODISTS. CONFERENCE AT PLYMOUTH. President and Federation of Churches. The Mayor of Plymouth gave reception on Monday night in

UNITED METHODISTS. CONFERENCE AT PLYMOUTH. President and Federation of Churches. The Mayor of Plymouth gave reception on Monday night in

the Guildhall to the members attending the annual Conference the U nited Methodist Church, which commenced its business in Ebrington Street Church, Plymouth, yesterday morning. The retiring President occupied the chair, and there was full attendance of delegates from all parts o
July 14, 1909 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
ON SCARBOROUGH SANDS. THE PEOPLE’S DAY.

ON SCARBOROUGH SANDS. THE PEOPLE’S DAY.

July 14, 1909 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Conservative Candidate's Tour.

Conservative Candidate's Tour.

Mr. Profumo’s tour yesterday is example of the way which he leading the fight. He was at Coombs in the morning, and there addressed gathering of electors mid-day near the Beehive Inn. Then he went on to New Mills, Watford Bridge (where had another brief meeting), Mellor, Ludwort
July 14, 1909 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
PERSIA’S PLIGHT.

PERSIA’S PLIGHT.

THE REVOLUTIONARIES' SUCCESS, The St. Petersburg correspondent of The Times” telegraphed yesterday ;—The entrance of the Revolutionary forces into Teheran, which is reported to-day, proves that the estimate of the situation which was«formed here on June 30th, when the relief exp
July 14, 1909 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
South Wales Coal Trade-

South Wales Coal Trade-

The chartering which has taken place the last few days is phenomenal, vessels representing dead weight capacity of some 700,000 tons, having been taken up for J uly and August loading. The. result is that the market has nearly recovered its normal condition. Best medium large fo
July 14, 1909 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE RACE

THE RACE

Loyal Realm showed the way clear and Lagos till two furlongs from home, when the last-named joined Llangwm, who, however, fairly headed him in the dip, but broke down on breasting the final incline, Royal Realm to win six lengths ; length betwee* second aad third. 4 A—The SPRING
July 14, 1909 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
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July 14, 1909 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England