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SOME NOBLE ARCHES.

SOME NOBLE ARCHES.

Y. for few days at leut, we had Bradford Beautiful. Not all the amole.irtgrinied build• tags dim the brightness of Market Street, Bank Street, Darter Street, and Mseningham The weather this week waned • his an vain. In spite of wind and rein. the Royal route vita.] awl the wveta
May 7, 1904 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
BRADFORD EXIII BITiON. 1904.

BRADFORD EXIII BITiON. 1904.

DENTED BY THE CRT OF BRADFORD TO HEB ROYAL HIGHNESS THE. PRINCW.S 0! WALES: the rent of the item is treated the portion. and has a maarivc ward to the key. The beautiful piece of work has been executed by Manoah Rhodee and Sons, Limited. [(Advent!. ,Bradford The ■ouquet-Holder.
May 7, 1904 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
THE PRINCE'B ROOM, NMI

THE PRINCE'B ROOM, NMI

The ante-room wee divide] into threi, and there hai thus been provided a sitting-room for the Prince. a drawingenomand a dressing-room I for the ladies of the peaty. The gentlemen of the suite wee. , accornm.idsted in two rooms beyond the ante.roaen. The ceilings and wails throt
May 7, 1904 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
PRIZE WINNER.

PRIZE WINNER.

Our usual weekly prise of M shilling* has been divided between Mr. Millar and Mr. The May number et "Yorkshire Notes and Queries" is now reedy, and may be °Mailed from ell The following is syllabus Page. A Quint Biledale Aa RAM An Mena Yorkshire — Masseie Answer* Queries Aes►wio
May 7, 1904 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
A ,-S((kAkriErk ANOTIIP:R NOVEL MTP.ACTION.

A ,-S((kAkriErk ANOTIIP:R NOVEL MTP.ACTION.

in the mime of a letter which I have received from Madeline I%3lklur, she says : " I am very .rf. but this will be the very last competition which I shall be ahle to enter, u next week have reached that age of • sweet seventeen " Bo what cat Ido ? Ido not feel one bit did years
May 7, 1904 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
TRIP TRAIN WRECKED.

TRIP TRAIN WRECKED.

NINE KILLED AND 26 WOUNDED. A New York telegram states that •special train. conveying • large number of visitors to the World's Fair at St. Louis. was derailed on Satuniay on the Iron Mountain Road, in Missouri. The train ma M grant speed into an open switch new Kimiswack, and w
May 7, 1904 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
WIFE MURDER AT WIGAN.

WIFE MURDER AT WIGAN.

A shocking murder committed at sr: o'clock on Monday at Wigan. Alfred Taylor heard screaming and scuffling in his neighbour's house in Lower St. Stephen Street. and on to wee the met at the a collier named William Turner. who said—"l'm finished ber." Mei. Turner was lying on the
May 7, 1904 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
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May 7, 1904 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
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—; ca t WitRA -"OA, ..a.oftafle . ••^" _,;;:,, nln to. holiday on Wod. .1.•- I. h. that another sign of I.e interested to know that the Prince of Wales paid the Das Stintslen and Sone dm ape. ef making a prolonged stay at during the tour which he and of the In4pstrial Hall I.:(hi
May 7, 1904 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
FELS-NAPTHA SOAP A BRADFORD WAGGONER FINED.

FELS-NAPTHA SOAP A BRADFORD WAGGONER FINED.

At the Krighley Police Court. on Saturday. before Dr. O'Connell and Mr J. Waterhottec. William Smith, waggoner, :mployed by Meeus Crandsgc, dyers, and living in Legrams Street, Oradfort!, [needed not guilty to being an chargo two hones and a waggon. Et-P.S. John Johnson ileposed
May 7, 1904 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England