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BAILWAY AND OTHER COMPANIES.

BAILWAY AND OTHER COMPANIES.

The Australian Agricultural Company recommend a further dividend of 40s. per share. The Lords Justices yesterday discharged the order of Vice- Chancellor Bacon for the compulsory winding-op of the City and County Bank. The Anglo-American Telegraph Company announces a dividend of
June 26, 1875 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
THE INTERNATIONAL TELEGRAPH.CONFERENCE.

THE INTERNATIONAL TELEGRAPH.CONFERENCE.

THE INTERNATIONAL TELEGRAPH CONFERENCE. A Berlin correspondent telegraphs j i— The Interna tional Telegraph Conference at St. Petersburg has passed a resolution forbidding the artificial formation of compound words. The Conference has accepted ihe principle of letters as a substi
June 26, 1875 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
▲DVIRTIBBMBVTB. ?? ton £TiT^cgTpTi^ The B*r. J. CRANBROOK, wiL PtmA in this Chapel oo Buidat next, Morning and Evening. Berriee

▲DVIRTIBBMBVTB. ?? ton £TiT^cgTpTi^ The B*r. J. CRANBROOK, wiL PtmA in this Chapel oo Buidat next, Morning and Evening. Berriee

at half -past Ten and half-part Six. QHURCH PABTORAL-AID SOCIETY. The ANNUAL BERMONB will ?? be preached in the Town and Neighbourhood in behalf of this Society, on Sunday, February 18th, 1866. _5 > ?? MEETING will be held in St. George'B Hall, on Tuesday Evening, February 20th.
February 8, 1855 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
To tke Editor of the Bradford Obterver.

To tke Editor of the Bradford Obterver.

Bit, — In reply to Dr. Sharp s letter, I may observe, that o cousre only 30 bottles are required'for the 30 fractional dilu- tions used in the homoeopathic shop ; but the discussion is not about the shop, but about the whole dilution. In the following curious passage he practica
February 8, 1855 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
BRADFORD COURT HOUSE

BRADFORD COURT HOUSE

(Before T. Paley Esq.) On Monday, George Williams was charged by the constable of North Bierley, with sleeping in Ihe cabin, at Low- Moor, and was committed for one montb as a rogue and vagabond. Am Old Offender — Nancy Holgate of Halifax, who stood oniy about 4 feet, was placed
January 13, 1842 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
POETRY.

POETRY.

U X I t, i s A I. aN IJ SELECT. TO MY SON. [Wlimi IS aSSKMCB). Mr Son, h..»- ardently I long To look on thy fair face. An.l in my arm. t>> cla.p thee VN ith * father's fond embrace ; To gently calm each childish fear i t.ai rises i>> thy breast. And when the close of day draws n
January 13, 1842 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
HANDY ANDY. Frederick Lover, London.

HANDY ANDY. Frederick Lover, London.

We giro Handy Andy a hearty welcome ; and (being naturally of a cautious disposition) this is not our wont witb the first numlier of a new publication. But there is so much of real genuine fun in this first number in fact. il is as full of it as the devil is of mischief; we have
January 13, 1842 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
THE FIRST OF THE QUAKERS.

THE FIRST OF THE QUAKERS.

Perhaps the most remaikable incident in modern history (says Teufelsdrockh) is not the diet of worms, still less the bat tie of Austerlitz, Waterloo, Peterloo, or any ether battle ; but an incident passed carelessly over by most historians and treated with some degree of ridicul
January 13, 1842 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
WANT OF EMPLOYMEMf

WANT OF EMPLOYMEMf

WANT OF EMPLOY ME Mf Tothe Editor of the Bradford Oburrer j Sia -Il i» not now my intern ion to enter at length upon ! a subject which affords one ofthe widest fields for the ex , ercise of Christian benevolence, but to attempt to .»raw the I attention of employers and of any who
January 13, 1842 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
MTfCES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

MTfCES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

" He tempers the wind to the shorn lamb." — Last week we con- fessed oar ignorance as to who was tbe author of this beautiful sentiment, and appealed to our correspondents for information — scarcely expecting, however, that any of them would be able to give us the information so
November 14, 1844 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England