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And the Corporation having since purchased the property; he is now under notice to quit. Over £3,000 worth of Stock to be cleared.
August 18, 1894 - Halifax Comet - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
ONE FOR THE BOYS.

ONE FOR THE BOYS.

A CLERGYMAN was angling one day for trout on a Highland stream, when he came across some boys " gudding " with their sleeves and trousers rolled up. " I say, boys," exclaimed the minister, "are you not ashamed of yourself to be catching the poor trout in that way, gudding for th
December 1, 1894 - Halifax Comet - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
"ALL SORTS." ENGLISH IN EGYPT.

"ALL SORTS." ENGLISH IN EGYPT.

WHATEVER the Britons have done or left undone in Egypt, they have, at any rate, caused the native officers to make some heroic efforts at learning English. Here, for instance, is an extract from a document drawn up by the sanitary authorities at Alexandria for the use of English
December 1, 1894 - Halifax Comet - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
THE COMET. A NIGHT IN A GAMBLING HOUSE.

THE COMET. A NIGHT IN A GAMBLING HOUSE.

I ENTERED the principal gambling-house of the Palais Royal, and staked a small sum. Luck was against me ; and it was not till I had lost five times that I desisted. One sat opposite to me who seemed to have astonishing success. What envy and malice came over me as I watched this
September 15, 1894 - Halifax Comet - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
HIS BOUILLON WAS TOO DEAR

HIS BOUILLON WAS TOO DEAR

- - - - A POPULAR French journal tells a story of which Switzerland was the scene, and one of our countrymen the hero. An English traveller had stopped and taken a cup of bouillon in that picturesque, but not altogether generous country. He was asked for his modest refreshment t
April 14, 1894 - Halifax Comet - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 

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"That may be, but I would have you . 4 know that the governor of the Conciergerie, owing to your

"That may be, but I would have you . 4 know that the governor of the Conciergerie, owing to your

acts of violence, and to your having caused the guard to be turned out, will most likely deprive you of a sight of Soleil- Couchant, even behind that grating." " Listen," said the convict, trying to get hold of V ibert's hand," if you will only obtain the governor's permission f
April 14, 1894 - Halifax Comet - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
ri 89 4 Sin Pairs THE HALIFAX COMET. 1, (Football continued Page 7) ,"°Pes of Halifax support ers went d

ri 89 4 Sin Pairs THE HALIFAX COMET. 1, (Football continued Page 7) ,"°Pes of Halifax support ers went d

own ' zer o, seeming dead agains them, t aod a spl en did ehance of scoring, th ey gave 11P, so players the game th "rking magnificiently , e forwa r d s , brilliant work by the backs. A ~IN'ay froill cent re help e d b y , a nd feigni ''old b urst ng to pa ss Crrisulltril.didll
April 14, 1894 - Halifax Comet - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
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April 14, 1894 - Halifax Comet - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
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.Yates, 88, Hansel" to takelimited , a number of ' 1, „soil° .1 t • • 12/. per I T HOS. 0 0 i TAmort .51 1 , SbecjalitY—LADlV•S' A ' c 5 C sTUMES• ' 6 COO HALIFAX. i )
April 14, 1894 - Halifax Comet - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
RICHARD WHITAKER & SONS, LIMITED, BREWERS. • MILD AND BITTER BEER, STRONG ALE AND STOUT, (Supplied in Small Casks to

RICHARD WHITAKER & SONS, LIMITED, BREWERS. • MILD AND BITTER BEER, STRONG ALE AND STOUT, (Supplied in Small Casks to

Private Families). THE BREWERY, HALIFAX.
April 14, 1894 - Halifax Comet - Halifax, Yorkshire, England