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THE BATH TAN.

THE BATH TAN.

In accordance with notice, Mr Loten moved following resolution : 'That the resolution passe by this Council on the 6th February, fixing a charge of lOs each per annum on fixed baths, be and 1, hereby rescinded." Mr Collinson seconded, and remarked that it was just as well it sho
May 6, 1899 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
PAULL.

PAULL.

A SERGEANT'S SAD FATE.—AR inquest WAS held on Tueeday at Sunk Island, before Mr Jackson, deputy coroner, on the body of Sergeant-Major William Hutton, RE, aged 4C years, who was drowned off the Royal Engineers' steamer, at 8-30 p.m., on March 27th. A verlict of accidentally drow
May 6, 1899 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
YORKSHIRE FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE CO. HEAD OFFICE : YORK. ESTABLISHED 1824. Capital Authorised £1,000,000. I Accumulated Fund ... 21,149,216.

YORKSHIRE FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE CO. HEAD OFFICE : YORK. ESTABLISHED 1824. Capital Authorised £1,000,000. I Accumulated Fund ... 21,149,216.

„ Subscribed ... £500,000. j Annual Income £237,006. TRUSTEES.—The Right Hon. LORD DERWENT ; The Right Hon. LORD WENLOCK. Drascwroas OR Hum.— E. P. MAXSTED, Esq., J.P., Hull; Sir GERARD SMITH, K.C.M.G. PHILIP SALTMARSHE, Esq., J.P., Saltmarshe, near Bowden. Or LOWEST RATES. PROM
May 6, 1899 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
Football Notes and Gossip.

Football Notes and Gossip.

Football Club Secretaries are invited to send a Fixture Card to "Wanderer," "east Riding Telegraph."
October 14, 1899 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
fbucalional. Mi. W. E. THOM'S DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND LITTLE BOYS. GROVE PLACE, NEWBEGIN, HORNSEA. Terms moderate and inclusive.

fbucalional. Mi. W. E. THOM'S DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND LITTLE BOYS. GROVE PLACE, NEWBEGIN, HORNSEA. Terms moderate and inclusive.

Careful attention given to each pupil. 168 ST. BEDE'S COLLEGE, HORNSEA E. You're. PRINCIPAL :—H. ELSOSI, F.R.H.S. THOROUGH Education given to each Pupil. 372
May 6, 1899 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
.€5 to LENT on reasonable terms. Repayment by easy instalments. Special terms for loans on Life Policies, Reversions, and Second

.€5 to LENT on reasonable terms. Repayment by easy instalments. Special terms for loans on Life Policies, Reversions, and Second

Mortgages.—Apply to Yorkshire Discount Company, Limited, 15, New-street, York; or No. 2, Chancery-buildings, Manor-street, Hull. 213
May 6, 1899 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
"HOLDERNESS" CYCLES (NOT CHEAP, BUT GOOD) ARE RIDDEN BY THE ELITE OF THE EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE.

"HOLDERNESS" CYCLES (NOT CHEAP, BUT GOOD) ARE RIDDEN BY THE ELITE OF THE EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE.

May 6, 1899 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
BEVERLEY AND DISTRICT. BEVERLEY.

BEVERLEY AND DISTRICT. BEVERLEY.

The report of a Beverley Breach of Promise Case will be found on page 7. SHOP ASSISTANTS' SOCIAL—Mr Parker Walker will sing tw Coster Songs in CharaCter..-AdVt.l963 FORKSTRV.—Two guineas will be handed over to the Forestert' Orphanage, as the result of the Foresters' ball, held
March 4, 1899 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
TICKTON.

TICKTON.

THEE PROPOSPD READING-HOOM. —The meeting convened by Mr H R Pease, on Friday last, to consider the advisability of forming a reading-room, was held in the schoolroom, and was well attended, amongst others present being Mr Pease, Lieutenant Brass, and the Rev A Ellam. It was deci
March 4, 1899 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England