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FOUR PRISONERS ESCAPE

FOUR PRISONERS ESCAPE

FROM BRADFORD TOWN HALL CELLS• A COOL DEPARTURE. Four men who were detained as prisoners in the cells at the Bradford Town Hall, last evening managed to-make their escape from confinement by bodily removing a lock attached to a door in the recreation room adjoininr their cells.
December 19, 1911 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
HALIFAX PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDINC SOCIETY, PRINCESS STREET, HALIFAX. ENOCH atm, F.C.1.5., secreary. Reserve Fund £133,000. Absolute Security. No Charges. Withdrawals

HALIFAX PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDINC SOCIETY, PRINCESS STREET, HALIFAX. ENOCH atm, F.C.1.5., secreary. Reserve Fund £133,000. Absolute Security. No Charges. Withdrawals

paid at any time. The smallest sums received.
December 19, 1911 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
ASSOCIATION.

ASSOCIATION.

The Romer players in the towns bordering on Brighouse are not meeting with that shore of succeor which characterised their efforbi during the earlier months of the y'ear. Bradford City registered their first home defeat, Notts County vanquishing them at Valley Parade be three go
December 19, 1911 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
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Second Lieutenant Maynanl P. Andrews /headmaster of Hipperbolme Grammar has been g.asetted lieutenant of the 4th Battalion Duke of Wellington's Weet Regient. Lieut. Androws it attached to the Brighouse company. Mr. J. B. Hepworth (probation officer) reported to the Brighouse ma
December 19, 1911 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
FOOT RACE.

FOOT RACE.

On Raturday afternoon, a foot race took place on the highway in Bradley-lane, in which mach interest was embed. The oonteutants were Hodgson, of Cowcliffe. and W. Jackson , of Roetrick. and the stake way £l. Jackeon. who was in front all the way following a eying start. wee by *
December 19, 1911 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
WE MILERS v. _ CUM.—At W.hrtdtve•.

WE MILERS v. _ CUM.—At W.hrtdtve•.

WE MILERS v. CUM.—At W . RASTR ICH BOWLINO Wheelers. Rastrick B.C. 1.. Pratt B6 W. (Moder F. Booth. lOO E. Whiteley H. Bond 6B F. Marsden G. Threapleton lOO J. Wadsworth H. Wcsnersley 6B A. Greenwood E. Pamtnent 96 .1. Mitchell Handicap l4O Handicap l3O Total 658 Total Break,,—L.
December 19, 1911 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
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A house but a short distsnee from Rastrick, Common is stated by its occupier to be• haunted by a most amiable ghost. Every Christmas Eve, he affirms, an uncanny figure i , , to be observed in the dimmed light serenely seated on his "muffin pot" (not the beer barrel) in the cella
December 19, 1911 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
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December 19, 1911 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
MINCEMEAT.

MINCEMEAT.

Three large lemons, large tart cooking apples, ill,. atoned raisins, llb. of currants, llb. finely chopped beef suet, 1l b. moist sugar, lo s . minced candid peel . I gill rum or brandy, 2 tablespoonsful orange marmalade. Method —Grind the rind of the lemons, squeeze out the jui
December 19, 1911 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
THE CHRISTMAS FIRE.

THE CHRISTMAS FIRE.

Festivities were held at Chriaimas, or rather on December 25, the winter eolstioe, before the Christ child wa, born, and many of the old customs were relics of pagan ceremonies. The Yule log is probably a remnant of the sacrificial feast of Juul with tits ceremonies that bad all
December 19, 1911 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England