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BRADFORD.

BRADFORD.

A\ Horton House of Refoge. Through the I liberality of the Mayoress (Mrs. Farrar). the inmates o this institute for the penitent and destitute among the rrau , sex were treated to a substantial dinner of roast beet anc c plum-pudding on Christmas-day ; and also to an exceiienl i
January 2, 1864 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN QUESTION.

THE SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN QUESTION.

Vienna Jan. 1, —Austria and Prussia are said to be about to move at the Federal Diet that Schleswig and Holstein should receive a common Constitution, dynastic union being their only tie to Denmark. , Hamburg, Jan. 1. —A proclamation of the ± ederal Commissioners, dated Altona,
January 2, 1864 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HUDDERSFIELD.

HUDDERSFIELD.

On Tuesday, whilst Mrs. Koch, ot Greenhead«S.kVt 10 * " Cheap Jack " m Sables, she had her P£ ket P^fli 0t a purse containing a half-sovereign and Is. Od. in m N |* ther P wse tWef has been discovered Ihe Foundation Stone of a New Wesletan a'Sheepridge, near Huddersfield, L !• L
January 2, 1864 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
COMMERCIAL.

COMMERCIAL.

: The London and North- Western accounts show that a dividend may be declared for the past half-year at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum. The N Bhare list of the Menai Park and Hotel : Company, Limited, will close on tho 10th inst. The project has been very well received, and t
August 12, 1865 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE EFFICIENCY OF THE YORKSHIRE POLICE.

THE EFFICIENCY OF THE YORKSHIRE POLICE.

The Inspector of Constabulary has just made his usual return to the Home Secretary respecting the condition of the Yorkshire police forces during 1864. We extract the following from the document :— BRADFORD. Population In 1861 105,218 Area in acres 6,590 Jmmber of constables 119
February 18, 1865 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Trade Reports.

Trade Reports.

MANCHESTER TRADE.—The advancing quotations of Tuesday last, which then checked business, appear to be generally abandoned to-day ; and the market was dull and irrregnlar. HALIFAX. —The market shows scarcely any improvement. Though there is a fair demand for wool, aad though the
October 20, 1866 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE WEST RIDING ASSIZES, AT LEEDS.

THE WEST RIDING ASSIZES, AT LEEDS.

CROWN COURT. —Saturday. Benjamin Hainsworth, convicted of embezzling • large sum of money, the property of his employer, Mr. Brooke, brewer, Huddersfield, was sentenced to hitmen Months' Imprisonment with Hard Labour. Forgery of an Acceptance at Bradford.— JAMES BENNETT, 50, was
August 27, 1864 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
POINTS.

POINTS.

ThP UiMt arrival from America brings omcial mand of Admiral Farragut. i ™ UUUJ * _ enera i.jn-cbief been taken after strict orders had is that the fort should » certain* the fact that pronounced inexplicable and orders jrives it the capitulation was arranged in ""J™" that tho wh
August 27, 1864 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE EFFECT OF STIMULANTS.

THE EFFECT OF STIMULANTS.

Alcohol, taken in poisonous doses, not unfrequently recalls to the mind circumstances and ideas long since forgotten. This is proved by the talk of some drunkards ; the most conspicuous example of it which has come under my own notice was in the case of an old gentleman who regu
August 27, 1864 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BRADFORD.

BRADFORD.

. RMARY - — As ttis mstltution requires more jv fca ter fr Urmg tne winter than the summer months, 4p c iv c th * s are re^ urr ed to increase the funds, and we <a c °uir,v this object is in a fair way of again being , d tn h» season i °y annual collections in all our six(^ an d
December 16, 1865 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England