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n* amecKiprioiT lot «■ onsr «■ TimaDAT, im jbm. WW. and CIJM the WEDNESDAY. the andJ Tj\DWAED AND COMPANY LIMITED

n* amecKiprioiT lot «■ onsr «■ TimaDAT, im jbm. WW. and CIJM the WEDNESDAY. the andJ Tj\DWAED AND COMPANY LIMITED

ftHAJLS OAPITAL. . IBtO ••*0 Sit 4MB ISM PJUBUTPIKUK. per oect Preference AtM ef mch. Ordinary Payable-*1 per £4 per allotment, the the *at fee of Ao«o*i, 1092. __f 4Q(u*l, 1092. addition the atoee itoii torn will iaraad tic.tto t mcmni *• *"««• i x^iK ipon theproperty the Compa
June 18, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
•• fcw van af my to Ur. Scnattiiat ah» the end of {oar had frown quite claw tbaa"*ae aaaded far

•• fcw van af my to Ur. Scnattiiat ah» the end of {oar had frown quite claw tbaa"*ae aaaded far

chcamst, la I"had sUI i Mug dm doctor mom day. dnaa to hare a aad tiklml that ttiaa. I had on* the ■km, fellow, with wry little will Will Uartiy. Be toad at played «h* with groat skill—m wall, that to weaiana demand when an ntah |m to« in which Mr. Mis. ■tow moved. coarae, Mn. B
June 18, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
aktld «t ths taaroCfur . ad I _ spoke has win, ha «4 waa vary coolly "Lacy la* secy poor

aktld «t ths taaroCfur . ad I _ spoke has win, ha «4 waa vary coolly "Lacy la* secy poor

health *•. ate * mm k* vim* ass nm* to aa boon itki received »apsr *i»b tar dastb, and wsots a letter at eympalhy, •ad thought Ma more about it, far had fut thso buned Ana little aoa, and fait **d- (fee month I reaeived law a nephsw ota Ur. had mat a* aaariy^fos* The writer, Mr.
June 18, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
bays and and, tor w Qgidan, blanks bought when mug jour jests okL, and rest ■* DMte* <u isesj out

bays and and, tor w Qgidan, blanks bought when mug jour jests okL, and rest ■* DMte* <u isesj out

al riding enhoel k the Tlm forty-live yards long by sixteen wide it pity fourteen young hnn a will _ what the bone* ten to do. Their ■mfia as might at fin* appaar. The i hand to hie bone with, and what rider would with otter bad he baa to with hie lag. How riciUafiy manages to g
June 18, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
iV UKu> 3. While CMU ia two mor*. t«l anything else. White immediately glwas mate. I» While iar«.vni s. vtnaiug

iV UKu> 3. While CMU ia two mor*. t«l anything else. White immediately glwas mate. I» While iar«.vni s. vtnaiug

once. U, doubt oversight. (4 Black could acre here meted ia Ave atom, No. %!.—Tke Sixth Game the Match. While. Laetar. 1 iKKItoBJ I PtoKI 4 QKttoQt 4 Castle* Ptoß3 to B 2 9 Kt to K to K B 4 K to Bi 12 13 K Kt 3 14 to is Pth* 14 B to<42 17 B to K B sq II PtekeeP Kt takes B 20 buk
June 18, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE EVICTED TENANTS COMMISSION.

THE EVICTED TENANTS COMMISSION.

Yesterday Ik* Eviatad Trnnu OMaWoom-Ai Hathew Mr. Christopher T. Rodrngtos, D.L., Mr. John Bocha, Q.C.— naaatd their isquiry. Andrew Johnston, ef the tenants the Wwmii estate, wu sismtasd, ud stated in reply ta Mr. Onwiiniiir Roche that now held turns occupied by Fiances Cook aa
December 3, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATIONS.

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATIONS.

The annual of the Natieual Council of Touag Man's Christian Aasociaaoas was held at Kx«ter Hall, Loudoa, last night. Bepreaentativea were present from all parts of couatry. Mr. - rge Williams prasid-d, aud was uaanimously re-elected President. annual report showed a us: again of
December 3, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
The Bishop of Chester has appointed the Rev. W. E. E. M. Bull, 8.A., to the Vicarage of Kaskelf, Th*

The Bishop of Chester has appointed the Rev. W. E. E. M. Bull, 8.A., to the Vicarage of Kaskelf, Th*

living the annual value of £236 aad house.
December 3, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE. THE AGRICULTURAL CRISIS. THE EDITORS THE LEEDS MERCURY. Gentlemen,—Btop now. Altar the articl* in to" msue, your Special every

CORRESPONDENCE. THE AGRICULTURAL CRISIS. THE EDITORS THE LEEDS MERCURY. Gentlemen,—Btop now. Altar the articl* in to" msue, your Special every

ana • hoo |f' agree that the real remedy ha* been arrived at. If you nave again yon ate "at *ea." I have been in every oounty in England apd Walea, and have investigated the matter upon over two hundred farm* arm* of theea not paying over fifteen shilling* per acre rent, and sev
December 3, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE AFFAIRS OF MESSRS MUNDERS AND SAUNDERS, OF CLECHEATON.

THE AFFAIRS OF MESSRS MUNDERS AND SAUNDERS, OF CLECHEATON.

THE AFFAIRS MESSRS MUNDERS AND SAUNDERS, CLECHEATON. fee Bradford S»onijf«, <rf who had . V-»ain «t (Wkl«fcin, cbMDical WW ■trie and flknnders. examination. a* which £20,794 were .&. the deficiency *tat«d to oi all*h f v Lav# already publish**!, and thru «ua debtor. Thoa. B. Soun
December 3, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England