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LOCAL MARKBTB.

LOCAL MARKBTB.

HALIFAX, S►turday.—Another dull market. Is the wool trade there is little chance upon last week. There is no 'peculation, and what business in done is in sm►ll quantities and for immediate wants. Good bred wools are in most ropiest, whilst some of the inferior descriptions are a
September 18, 1869 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
THE BEVERLEY ENQUIRY.

THE BEVERLEY ENQUIRY.

On Saturday, Mr. Aid. Arfn, in examination, said that Mr. Norfolk, on the November, gave him something for Mr. Wroshitt, which he thought was "like a parcel of bank notes," and that he hal stated to Mr. Norfolk that he would have, nothing to do with regard to the advance of mone
September 18, 1869 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
THE HALIFAX GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 18. 1869.

THE HALIFAX GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 18. 1869.

ELLAND. SAD ACCIDENT To A BOT.—On Monday afternoon, a boy named Joe Crowther, aged six years, son of Jonathan Crowther, waste dealer, Castlegate, met with a serious accident. He and some other boys ran across the railway into a field, and on returning the same way across the lin
September 18, 1869 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
HALIFAX THEATRE

HALIFAX THEATRE

TO Tlll EDITOR OF THE HALIFAX Sir,— I read with pleasure the letter of your correspondent "Lea" in last Saturday's Guardian on the state of our Theatre. Te we ho seems to deal too tenderly with the su , jsct, for nothing can he said too hard or severe on its present condition an
September 18, 1869 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
EXTRACTS FROM PUNCH.

EXTRACTS FROM PUNCH.

POLITE IMPRECATION OF THE PERIOD.—Lace me tight. NEW/I.—The new Irish Church is culled the Church of the Future. Herr Wagner has sent to ask whether he 'hall oompose hymns for it. He has been answered by an extract from the Canon, forbidding service in a language that nobody eon
September 18, 1869 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
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September 18, 1869 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
COMPLETE SUCCESS OF

COMPLETE SUCCESS OF

rrHE LONDON TELEGRAPH, DAILY New PRICE THREEPENCE. The Proprietors of this new London Daily Paper beg to return thanks for the support already given by the Public to this new organ of intelligence, and they beg to state that every means are taken to perfect this Newspaper. The L
February 19, 1848 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
AT ASH GROVE, NEAR HALIPAI

AT ASH GROVE, NEAR HALIPAI

By Mr. CARR, oo 23rd dey Fehreary, 1848, in the far-famed at Ant GItOT I, Deaf Halifax, ALL the very Choice Collection of Two Hundred Specimens of CA 31ELLIAS, Mending from 2 feet to 10 feet high, meat of which are preparing to bloom abundantly. The RHODODENDRONS may troly be sa
February 19, 1848 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
DOMESTIC IN'

DOMESTIC IN'

The protectionist party have unanimously agreed to ay. address to Lord George Sentinek on his retirement from the leadership of that party, recognizing "his eminent services in the cause of protection to British industry, as advocated by them in parliament. - The address was pre
February 19, 1848 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. (Continued from tle Sth page] 0. W ro A lla ß rd. D'S END, J. A ug. .

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. (Continued from tle Sth page] 0. W ro A lla ß rd. D'S END, J. A ug. .

O•T. . and Wa l te l ou l'i se l , X 0. T. leaked. Esq. This being an appeal day, O. Haigh, jun. Farb of the Mount, appealed ageing the rating of his house, Ate., which was valued at .0.115, though be evidence to prose that it was only worth £6O. The assemenent had been made in
February 19, 1848 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England