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LOCAL NEWS.

LOCAL NEWS.

Satubdat, Oct. 15th, 1864. The hands employed at the mill of Messrs. E. and T. Bolton, of Yeadon, are at present on strike, owing to a reduction of wages. At a meeting of the Leeds Overseers, held on "Wednesday, a poor rate of ls. Bd. in the pound was levied for the ensuing half
October 15, 1864 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ETJ PTURES. BY HER MAJESTY'S ROYAL LETTERS PATENT. WHITE'S MOC-MAIN PATENT LEVER TRUSS, requiring no steel spring round the body,

ETJ PTURES. BY HER MAJESTY'S ROYAL LETTERS PATENT. WHITE'S MOC-MAIN PATENT LEVER TRUSS, requiring no steel spring round the body,

is re ■o -needed for the following peculiarities and adTan'agea :-is. faculty of application : 2nd. perfect freedom from UabOity to chafe or axooriate; 3rd. it may ne worn witheo'ial comfort m any position ot Embody by day or night ; 4th, it admits of every kind of exercise WWho
October 15, 1864 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

ASCOT RACES. Tuesday.—The Prince and Princess of Wales having notified intention to visit Ascot on the first day, made the masses assemble in enormous numbers, the beautifully fine day making the racing very ecjoyable. Owners of horses were not afraid to pull out their nags, des
June 11, 1864 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
For thirty years (says the Paris correspondent ot the Musical World) Meyerbeer lived almost continually in hotels and on the

For thirty years (says the Paris correspondent ot the Musical World) Meyerbeer lived almost continually in hotels and on the

highway, road or rail. As soon as he reached his destination his first act was to ask for musicpaper and open the piano which was invariably provided against his arrival. His evenings were usually devoted to theatres and concerts. To hear an opera with which he was unacquainted,
June 11, 1864 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
JFastjiotts. CPULLAN'S NEW SHAWLS, MANTLES I • and JACKETS in all Colours, and every Fashionable ! Material are NOW BEADY

JFastjiotts. CPULLAN'S NEW SHAWLS, MANTLES I • and JACKETS in all Colours, and every Fashionable ! Material are NOW BEADY

FOR INSPECTION. For Price, Shape, and Material SEE WINDOWS and SHOWROOMS, the Cemral Shawl and Mantle Warehouse, 33, BRIGGATE, Corner of Boar-lane, Leeds. •J. FULLAN, DESIGNER MANUFACTURER and IMPORTER OF SHAWLS MANTLES, and JACKETS, Proprietor. Business EDDresses. ESTABLISHED E
June 11, 1864 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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»ICT)SHAW'S SELECTIONS OF FANCY "WOOLLENS fo the coming Season ae now complete, and X, fom one of the lagest stacks in the county. BLACK CLOTHS and DOESKINS-fist-ate value. lonn 4. BOTTOM OF BRIGGATE. LEEDS. ___ a UTUMN TROUSERINGS, WINTER TROUSERINGS, of SCOTCH, WEST of EN GLAND
February 17, 1866 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY.

PARLIAMENTARY.

HOUSE OF LORDS. Monday's business was unimportant. On Tuesday Earl Russell moved that a commission be appointed to inquire into the alleged existence of corrupt practices at elections in Lancaster.—Earl Grey moved as an amendment a string of resolutions to the effect that no mer
June 2, 1866 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
JP. H O LRO V D and CO., • BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURERS, GENERAL WAREHOUSEMEN. Travelling Drapers Supplied. Stuff and

JP. H O LRO V D and CO., • BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURERS, GENERAL WAREHOUSEMEN. Travelling Drapers Supplied. Stuff and

Cloth Fents. 40 and 41. BOAR-LANE, LEEDS. TO SHOEMAKERS, &c. —CHARLES ENGLAND, CURRIER and LEATHER SELLER, invites the attention of the trade to his STOCK of LEATHER, ELASTIC WEBS, RIVETS. &0., which he is Eelling at the lowest remunerative prices. OHSEKVE THE ADDREisS! SIDNEY-S
June 2, 1866 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FRESH NOVELTIES EVERY DAY at ROGERS'S Baby Linen, Lace, and Ladies' and Children's General Out-fitting Establishment, 17, Commercial-street, Leeds. Gloves,

FRESH NOVELTIES EVERY DAY at ROGERS'S Baby Linen, Lace, and Ladies' and Children's General Out-fitting Establishment, 17, Commercial-street, Leeds. Gloves,

Hosiery, Crinolines, Corsets, Petticoats, 4c. Depot for Willoox and Gibbs' Noiseless Sewing Machines. HARROGATE SUMMER FASHIONS. RJ. SMEETON and CO. have pleasure in • announcing that they are now Showing a very large and beautiful Stock of the newest productions for the present
June 2, 1866 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON GAZETTE, Tuesday, April 19.

LONDON GAZETTE, Tuesday, April 19.

BAKKKUPTS. IN THE LONDON BANKRUPTCY COURT.—Wm. Thomas Harris, Queenhithe, wholesale stationer, May 3. t IN THE COUNTRY.—James Brooks, Swansea, baker, April 29. I — Marmaduke Bradberry. Wilsden, tailor, May 2.—Edward t Burchirdt, Manchester, merchant. May 2.—John Ely, Holbeck, :
April 23, 1864 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England