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LOCAL NEWS.

LOCAL NEWS.

Saturday, Mat 16th, 1863. A Tree Fired by Accident.—On Saturday a fine ash tree was discovered to be on fire in the Harewood North Park. Although partially hollow, yet it was in full bud, and as it ranged with another fine tree on the other side of the footpath, great efforts we
May 16, 1863 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ANNUAL HOLIDAY —WH Iff-MONDAY. — The Grocers and Tea Dealers of Leeds beg to inform the public that thej have

ANNUAL HOLIDAY —WH Iff-MONDAY. — The Grocers and Tea Dealers of Leeds beg to inform the public that thej have

unanimously agreed to C_OSE their respective places of Busineea on the above day. NOTICE.— I, THOMAS SMITH, Milkman, Woodhome, will Not be Answerable for any DEBT or DEBTS my Wife. AKS SMITH, may contra-t after this date,—May I6th, 1803. LEEDS CABMEN'S HOME.—The CABMEN'S HOME, i
May 16, 1863 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
4 ESTABLISH ED 1748. _' RMISTEAD te MUSTARD, Unrivalled f< r Pur:

4 ESTABLISH ED 1748. _' RMISTEAD te MUSTARD, Unrivalled f< r Pur:

»y, Str.ngth. and Flavour, 8 been tried upwards of a centu y, and universally approved. See Testimonials, and ask fcr " Arkistkad's Mustard." _, For Medical purposes the Genuine Brown is the very beat. *<* Family Use the Genuine and Double Superfine are much recommended. Sold by
July 28, 1866 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A>Q RE WARD.-ABSCONDED, RICHARD dWO BROCKLESBY, Mason's Atprentice ; ase 20, height about sft. 3in., light complexion, rather bow- egged.

A>Q RE WARD.-ABSCONDED, RICHARD dWO BROCKLESBY, Mason's Atprentice ; ase 20, height about sft. 3in., light complexion, rather bow- egged.

Any oue giving information th±t will lead to hia apprehension will receive the above reward. Apply to Inspector Wainwright, Hunslet. LEEDS ENGINEER VOLUNTE KRS.— Lieut.-Colonel CHILD, Commanding, REGIMENTAL ORDER, Saturday, 28th July, 1866. The Corps w:ll assemble in the White C
July 28, 1866 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

It has been officially announced that a winter civil will be held in Manchester. According to "Dod," there are in the House of ns 138 bachelors and 27 widowers. According to a statement of the Registrar-General, **hdon has now reached a population of three millions. Harry Broome
November 11, 1865 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
amusements. T mHJ 1115 koyal.-last week but one THE MAORI CHIEFS AND NEW ZEALAND a, . , WARRIORS, v- _

amusements. T mHJ 1115 koyal.-last week but one THE MAORI CHIEFS AND NEW ZEALAND a, . , WARRIORS, v- _

_ THE MAORI QUEEN' OITTHBFRT y^!i^: * pear - su by Mr. GEO. LEE and Miss _»_£__? 7IH " and last THEATRE ROYAL, IItEEDS. — BENTCB'TT J Mr. JOHN HOLDSWORTH | m f„„™ *** LT ° f Wednesday, Feb. 24. 18(54, the MAORI ' otts'"™ _ of the in SgE^e! C ° mediaaS - 44133 OUTHB_RT Mr! NEW RO
February 20, 1864 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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©S* No notice ot marriage or death can be inserted unless signed by the name and address of the sender. — Notice of birth must be paid for as advertisements. — Marriages with "No cards " attached are charged 2s. U. LEEDS AND ITS NEIGHBOURHOOD. Yesterday (Friday), at the parish ch
February 20, 1864 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BRADFORD.

BRADFORD.

A few nights ago some dogs, whose owners ar e unknown, worried two of twenty sheep which were grazing in the fields connected with Calverley Hall, the residence o* William Horsfall Esq. Some of the others were seriously injured. The American War and its Causes formed the subject
March 7, 1863 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HUDDERSFIELD.

HUDDERSFIELD.

Charges against a Kate Collector.—At the weekly meeting of the Hudderstield Board of Guardians on sTridar week, a number of charges were preferred by the Overseers against Mr. Thomas Barratt, the rate collector for Liathwaite. They were —lBt, that he had permitted a certain tena
September 14, 1861 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HYAM & CO. AND THE AUTUMN, 1861. The neatness, adaptation, workmanship, finish, and textile quality of H V A M

HYAM & CO. AND THE AUTUMN, 1861. The neatness, adaptation, workmanship, finish, and textile quality of H V A M

& CO.'s New Styles for ChUdren, Boys, and Youths, as prepared for the Vacation of the present year, are universally admitted. AUTUMN DRES S E S 16s. 6d, 18s. 6d, and 21s. for Children. AUTUMN CAPES. 10s. 6d, 13s. 6d., and 21s. for Children. AUTUMN OVER-COAT S~. 12a. 6cL, 14s. 6d
September 14, 1861 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England