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TOWN AND COUNTY.

TOWN AND COUNTY.

I TOWN AND COUNTY, NiWEW NAGISTRATEB FOR LEEDS. THE TORIES PACKING THE BE NC-H. The Lord Clancellor, we understand, proposes to adl the following to the Commission of the Peace for the City of Leeds, viz.:-Mr. Henry Illingisorth Eowring, e iloundhay; Mr. Arthur Cu2rrer Briggs, Ro
April 7, 1900 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE "SUNDERLAND" MUSICAL COMPETITIONS.

THE "SUNDERLAND" MUSICAL COMPETITIONS.

THE " SUNDERLA ND " MUSICAL CO.MPETITIONS. CONTESTS AT HUDDERSFIEL. Public disinterestedncess in the, preliminazY tests of the ' Mfrz. Sunderland " Mtusical Competitions is 110 new feature in these annual contests. It requires more 1 than an ordinary armount of enthiisiasm to pat
April 7, 1900 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

FAMOUS BRTIS RBEGIMENTS A=Sng ?? ba bee- --c for jjX gubl:eallt t m~~~ avebe e ,stleu In thee Xwe'tT S1 iPDteMszt2 Of c Series ef Articles by MAJOB &RTHOR GEMh'STnS. the welrn owu ;t;r writer ea tbe tmely subect C! FA3kous 8BihTISH MEGEi M01K Ib flzg ia Sordth Acr. FO}L TB: STORY
April 7, 1900 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FOOTBALL.

FOOTBALL.

FO00T B AL LAO TO-DAY'S M;FATCHEES. i NORTHERN UNION CUP. Y.RKSEEiRES SOLTTARY EYPRF-SENTATrI-. BEIaTrD 2E'IrSING 011 = RIVAI ?? The Yorkshire clubs in the Northern Union do not ioccupy a very dignified position in the Cup Competi- 2 tion now that the fonnrtb round of the contest
April 7, 1900 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ROSSALL SCHOOL SPORTS.

ROSSALL SCHOOL SPORTS.

R OS SAIJ, SC'HOOtL SPOsoPTs. - ?? sports ?? hvlclr -n Twlc.s'ay ardAnL . TR ii eam- fii s iii ?? Jr Tic-C tan l m akianZ- ?? zra(} Vt rv Cr lit It. . M'r innr0 jumoi o: 51. 4i. r ii thf. ntial c . I; ' ?? . Pw;ydoI: jiu2 ?? the te yar4. bi ?? tP -- bhouigh tho a:r i'n77.Ib il'la
April 7, 1900 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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THE COAL TRADE.

THE COAL TRADE.

'IHLE COAL TRADE. mEoan1M ATD 2NCREASED PRI CElrS. fr. 'William Parkinson, chairman of the Bradford Coal Mlerchants' and CQoncsumers' A4ssociation, gave some interesting figures at the annual meeting of tnat association yesterday,. with a view to showring Lwov the valoe of coal h
May 17, 1900 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
POLITICS AND SOCIETY.

POLITICS AND SOCIETY.

LEsDS, Thursday, MHay 17th. Tlre newrs co-neernig t,3e -Mafeking Relicf Force which we publsh this morning, and which oomes from tw) different sources, points to the fact that en Tuesday it l}d reached KIesipan, which is within twenty-five miles of the besieged town. This news i
May 17, 1900 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ROBERTS'S ADVANCE.

ROBERTS'S ADVANCE.

PROBERTS ADVANCE -MSltLTTIES AT XROONSTAD,ETC. ?? farllowing were issued from the War Office yesterday- From the Gensral of -mrrmmuniatios, Capdon, to tbh Secretary of Stats for War- Ca-suaalties at Eroonstad, 10th M-ay- NEW SOUTH W.ALESh V T Sligtly wounded: Privates A E. Darey,
May 17, 1900 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HUDDERSFIELD TOWN COUNCIL.

HUDDERSFIELD TOWN COUNCIL.

i-=DKESZM TOM COaNmli. TEE 1AUE31 OOAfL AN ALDZRMATN I:NJURD. 'The iformal business at yesterday's meeting of thve Hudderafield Town Co'nncil included expressions of sympathy from the Mayor (Alderman G W. Hellawell) wisth Aldebrman Reubeni Hlirst. who wasa injued in a icarriage a
May 17, 1900 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE WEATHER.

THE WEATHER.

THE WEATER MERCMY OMm, Priday, 4 ?? TIME OF SUNRISE AND SUNSET AT LE-D N. UJL. 53' 51Y SB7. W. L~o-. 1, 3St 3. Sv"i . ?? . . . pm'7 ?? ~ ?? 3n~ ?? .. ,: L- ^e LAst QrL..Tnl 0 a.a Firsr..-Qm ?? Jr:,- Pi w1 I ro- The, Mercury fails for rmn. WIIn s w5 ?? - he raoidir, for bea, ta ms
June 22, 1900 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England