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ALLOTMENTS.

ALLOTMENTS.

The Allotments Committee had instructed the Clerk to write to several land-owners in the neighbourhood, asking if they had any land they were willing to let for allotments, but most of the replies stated that they could not let any until Lady Day, 1897.—Mr. ELGEY moved the adopt
November 16, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
DRIFFIELD & MARKET WEIGHTON.

DRIFFIELD & MARKET WEIGHTON.

Trains leave Driffield —6-53, 8-39, 9-51 a.m. , 12-2, 2-9, 4-25, 5-5, and 7-31 p.m. Trains leave Market Weib'iton —7-50, 9-16, 11-5, a.m, 2-7, 3-5, 4-4, 6-2, and 8-25 p.m.
November 16, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
White Sewing Machines

White Sewing Machines

ARE STILL TtiE BEST. MACHINES FROM 45- EASY TERMS OF PAYMENT NEW PATENT TENSION. FIVE YEARS' WARRANTY. Agencies ix Great Britain, and more wanted. WRITE FOR PRICE LISTS. WHITE SEWINC MACHINE Co., 48 Holborn Viaduct, London, E.C. ! 1 -71' - ; I • " .IL_ it I s 4 ii I. ,I xi 01 .
November 16, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
HORNSEA INSTRUMENTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION GRIMSBY. HULL

HORNSEA INSTRUMENTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION GRIMSBY. HULL

BEVERLEY GEORGE L. SCOTT & SON, 86, CHURCH ST DRYPOOL, HULL NEWEST THINGS (Private Address-15, Pemberton St.) FRESHEST GOODS, NOVEL ARTICLES BUILDERS AND UNDERTAKERS. FUNERALS conducted in Town & Country. Estimates given. Large Variety of Wreaths, Shades, Cards, &c. Headstones m
October 26, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON LETTER.

LONDON LETTER.

world political has been considerably agi• tated recently in regard to events abroad. Tht presentation of ultimatums has aroused great curiosity and apprehension, while the public have been following very closely the progress of the Armenian difficulty. That .the Porte has at le
October 26, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
THE TABLES TURNED.

THE TABLES TURNED.

Although the tables had been completely turned upon the cowardly conspirators, and the captives set free, yet Robin and Karslake felt that there was still much to be done, that there was no time to sit idly down and leisurely to enjoy the fruits of their victory. They were not s
October 26, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
J. CALLAGHAN,

J. CALLAGHAN,

CENTRAL RESTAURANT, WITHERNSEA, Provides Refreshments for Evening Parties, Balls, &c. Urns, Cutlery, Crockery, and every requisite for above let out on Hire at reasonable charges. H. HILL, GROCER, TEA, COFFEE, & PROVISION MERCHANT, WITHERNSEA. hams, Bacon, Lard, Butter, Eggs, Pi
October 26, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
HOLY TRINITY PARISH CHURCH, HULL GRAND FESTIVAL

HOLY TRINITY PARISH CHURCH, HULL GRAND FESTIVAL

THURSDAY, 21st NOV., 1895. ARRANGEMENTS :- The AFTERNOON PERFORMANCE at 3-0. Ist Part— PURCELL'S FESTIVAL "TE DEUM " in D. 2nd Part— MENDELSSOHN'S "HYMN OF PRAISE." The EVENING PERFORMANCE at 7-30. HANDEL'S OVERTURE to the OCCASIONAL ORATORIO. HANDEL'S SUBLIME ORATORIO, "ISRAEL
October 26, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
excursions.

excursions.

NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY.
October 26, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
[To BE CONTINUED.]

[To BE CONTINUED.]

Captain Petersen, of the Danish steamship England, who was arrested at Geestemiinde on the •2Sth ult., on a charge of li•xe maje,ste, has been sentenced by the criminal court at Verden to two and a half months' imprisonment. The Pope on Monday received a visit from the Grand Duk
October 26, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England