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INCREASE IN THE RATES AT BRIGHOUSE.

INCREASE IN THE RATES AT BRIGHOUSE.

The time of the year has again come round when the amount of rates required by the various loal authorities have to be fixed and levied. In the ease of Brighouse, as most folks expected, there will be an increase, owing to the cost of the sewage scheme, and the increase in the a
March 16, 1900 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
Th. four local candidate for the Wakefield Dioceses School Association have bees Sleeted. as follows,--Rev. R. Philips Rev. J. IL,

Th. four local candidate for the Wakefield Dioceses School Association have bees Sleeted. as follows,--Rev. R. Philips Rev. J. IL,

Mill. Mr. A. T. Clay aad Mr. R. Woodhouse. FEMALE AMBULANCE CLASS.— At the Meebasin' Institute. Wet swung, it was drilled form • female nebular, class. alter la Ideate girl* is their ammo. Dr. Edwards la Ito he the teacher. sad arias will be ant week. COAL FEDERATION.— A a ameec
March 16, 1900 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
NORWOOD °raw.

NORWOOD °raw.

HEALTH LECTURE.-Lest evening, under the auspices of the Norwood Greet and Coley Pariah Council. Dr. F. A. Starr (medical officer of health to the Halifax Sanitary Antboritvl lectured in the schoolroom at Norwood Green on "Infectious Diseases: their causes. nature and prevention.
March 16, 1900 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
AND YOU WILL BE A CUSTOMER.

AND YOU WILL BE A CUSTOMER.

THOS. RHODES & SONS, HALIFAX. Brighouse Joint Hospital Board. SATISFACTORY REPORT. The monthly meeting of the Brighouse Joint Hospital Board was held at the Public Offices. Brighouse, last Friday afternoon. Coup. J. B. Carter presided, and there were also present Ald. W. Pilling
March 16, 1900 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
geTO A DEFINITION OF DUTY,

geTO A DEFINITION OF DUTY,

A DEFINITION OF DUTY, sod 'Wed that it was only a weather each doing hie duty in order to realise Walt Whitwaa's dream of an invincible city. Than were matters of duty which it was to relegate to othem, and he hopoilelk: world would become more unsellldt, litre Wldenying. and mor
March 16, 1900 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 

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THE HALIFAX MILK CLAUSES.

THE HALIFAX MILK CLAUSES.

Dr. Ainley. the medical officer for the borough of Halifax, appeared before the Council to ask them to withdraw their opposition to the milk clauses of the Halifax Corporation Bill, but after hearing his statement the Chairman informed him that the Council had already decided to
March 16, 1900 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
THANKS.

THANKS.

A letter wan read from Miss Barker. thanking the Board for the increase of salary they had granted to her at the last meeting. PRECEPT. Messrs. Hervey and Greenwood moved a resolution that a prevent be served upon the overseem for tioulhowram for the sum of £B5O. to be paid on o
March 16, 1900 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
WEDDING ZINGS. VALI'I IN YORKIWIRL BRIGHOUSE PERMANENT ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY. GRAND OONCUT. AN ■VLNIBIG U. GOOD DOMPAWL A 11U SUODEBB.. It

WEDDING ZINGS. VALI'I IN YORKIWIRL BRIGHOUSE PERMANENT ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY. GRAND OONCUT. AN ■VLNIBIG U. GOOD DOMPAWL A 11U SUODEBB.. It

s a llsirgad pitiesthat the youngest of osieal perforators—the Peroment Society aot -yet to reeved the tun um. of sulsOott of *hick it desenriaa. At the tho preempt owes a coocywt *as is the Tows Hall by the society. sod sltb. It fairly well sunworted it was altogether a from a
February 2, 1900 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
WEST VALE DIVORCE CASE

WEST VALE DIVORCE CASE

HEARING ADJOURNED. What is locally known as the West Vale Diroroe Case, being the crone suits of Smith v. Smith and Smith v. Smith and Charlesworth, were down for hearing in tht list of common jury cases in the Divorce Division of the High Court of Justice. before Sir Francis Je
February 2, 1900 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
THE DUTCH EVERYWHERE

THE DUTCH EVERYWHERE

are the tillers of the soil, the breeders of cattle, the farmers—or Boers. The British. on the other hand, especially of late, have gone out to trade, to speculate, or to work in the mines, to be the middlemen between the workshops of Eueope and the farmers of South Africa. It i
February 2, 1900 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England