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EARLSHEATON.

EARLSHEATON.

SOOTITILL NETHRR LOCAL BOARD.—The monthly meeting of this board was held at Earlsheaton on Tuesday night. Present: biessrs T. Hanson (chairman), H. L. Walmsley, J, Taylor, S. T. Tolson, L. Lee. J. A. Taylor, J. Greenwood, M. Scott, A. S. Lee, and the clerk (Mr W.. C. Handley.) M
July 12, 1890 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
PUBLIC CONGRATIMATOBY MEETING,

PUBLIC CONGRATIMATOBY MEETING,

On Monday night a largely attended public meeting was held in the Chapel, Mr Thomas Chadwick presiding. Amongst others present were the Revs E. R. Conder, D.D., (Leed.), F. Hall (Heckmondwike), Duncan Grant and E Goodison (Dewsbury), J. G. Stevenson (London), Messrs T. A. Bradle
July 12, 1890 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
THE COST OF THAI TOWN HALL.

THE COST OF THAI TOWN HALL.

COST OF TOWN HALL. Alderman Richards moved and Alderman Pyrah seconded the adoption of the Town Hall and Offices Committee s minutes. Councillor Kilburn said he saw in the minutes of the Town Hall Committee there was an item passed for payment on account of the contract for the T
July 12, 1890 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
TROATAS MELLOR 4SIILY DRAPER AND SILK MERCER,. ResPectfully announces his second SHOW OF FASHIONS, for corning Season, on RONDAY NEXT.

TROATAS MELLOR 4SIILY DRAPER AND SILK MERCER,. ResPectfully announces his second SHOW OF FASHIONS, for corning Season, on RONDAY NEXT.

and FOLLOWING DAYS. 51, and 53, WESTGATE, DEWSBURY. RENION'AL OF BUSINESS. GOLDEN BROTHERS, and COLLIERY FURNI,SIIERS, est)l4 bEALERs, GENERAL & AGRICULTURAL IRONMONGERS, 4e 4 t t ° inform th eir custome rs and the public generally have removed from NORTHGATE, to larger 40 niore
July 12, 1890 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
BEVERLEY BROS. Importers and Shippers of WINES AND SPIRITS BREWERS AND MALTSTERS, WAKEFIELD. THE UNRIVALLED ALES OF THIS FIRM are

BEVERLEY BROS. Importers and Shippers of WINES AND SPIRITS BREWERS AND MALTSTERS, WAKEFIELD. THE UNRIVALLED ALES OF THIS FIRM are

guaranteed to be Brewetfrom thb FINEST MALT AND HOPS ONLY The 4. ased "BEER ADULTERATION ACT, 1886,' will therefore not affect their productions, as the guarantee intended in the Act, already exists in connection with the "EAGLE BREWERY" BEERS, and such guarantee IS given with t
July 12, 1890 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
PEACOCK'S CARPET AND OILCLOTH WAREHOUSE, WESTGA TE, DEWSBURY. All the NEW CARPETS OF THE SEASON, NEW STOCK OF OILCLOTH. NEW

PEACOCK'S CARPET AND OILCLOTH WAREHOUSE, WESTGA TE, DEWSBURY. All the NEW CARPETS OF THE SEASON, NEW STOCK OF OILCLOTH. NEW

STOCK OF CURTAINS. PEACOCK'S NEW CARPET WAREHOUSES, The Largest Stock to select from in Yorkshire.
July 12, 1890 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
Sales t y Private Treaty.

Sales t y Private Treaty.

ON SALE.-15 West Riding Union Bank.Shai•es at L2l liett. Address 'W. .Chronicle Office. HEN HOUSE 11 feet by 4 feot for Sale; afzo a 52 itch bicycle (255), ball bearing. Apply No. 1 Calder Grove Terrace, Dewsbury. ON SALE-20 or any less number of West Riding Union Bank Shares, .
May 3, 1890 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
BATLEY.

BATLEY.

CHILDREN'S CONCRET.—On Tuesday evening the annual children's concert in connection with the Parish Church Day Schools was given in the Town Hall. Mr George Sheard occupied the chair and the Hall was crowded to excess. The performance was (Tomei by a speech given by a little girl
May 3, 1890 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
THE TITHE QUESTION.

THE TITHE QUESTION.

A deputation of the Tithes Question Association have waited on the President of the Board of Trade, and urged their views, which were not all in harmony. relating to the redemption of tithes. Sir M. H. Beach replied that the association did not seem to have made up its mind on t
May 3, 1890 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
. CONSERVATISM IN THE SPEN CATHOLIC BAZAAR IN THE VALLEY. TNDUSTRIAL HALL.

. CONSERVATISM IN THE SPEN CATHOLIC BAZAAR IN THE VALLEY. TNDUSTRIAL HALL.

A meeting of the executive of the Spen Valley Conservative Association was hold at the Wyke Conservative Conservative Club on Wednesday evening —Mr F. Ellis, (chairman) presiding. Mr William Ackrovd. Mr W. H. Steward, Mr George Kershaw, Mr J W Seed, Mr 53. H. Stocks, and Mr Amos
May 3, 1890 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England