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COMMERCIAL.

COMMERCIAL.

C'ostinued frewl, the Fourth page. AGRICULTURE AND COMMERCE. . Favotuable rains have improved the appearance of the growing crops ih the agricultural districts. Th' supplios, both of English and foreign wheat, wvhich have beau forth- coming during the last few days have been rel
April 21, 1874 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
NEWMARKET CRAVEN MEETING,

NEWMARKET CRAVEN MEETING,

NEW]JARIMT CRAVEN MEETING, YESTERDAY. Thiee-year.Old Handicap Sweepstakes of 15 ?? each, S ft. REM., 1 mile 17 yards. S i1 Mr ErotOn's Liverpool, 3 yre 1 74Jean bato ?? ?? Two ian. A Plate of 5i0 soa, for three.year.olds and upwards. T.Y.C. iel (z ft ?? I Beirebuth ..2 The Etrrri
April 20, 1872 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE SALE OF THE HALSHAM ESTATE.

THE SALE OF THE HALSHAM ESTATE.

(Before Vice-Chancellor Sir R. MAiaeAS.) CONSTABLE v. CONSTABLE. Mr. CoTToer, Q C.. said some difficulty had arisen with regard to the completion of a contract for the sale of the Halsham estate, under the will of the late Sir C. Constable, and on behalf of the trustees he caine
April 20, 1872 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

l~id dTEO T(ldv. I-DIkloy, ~Teere.IIEI'I0 tnd SNS irt jfrtted b m M i. le1r, who, is DIutOssrt IIEPr ;andoiOt SOilbNS ciS wit tout roserve, lit tito tibove r~eitli ece, I'l 1t.)Lot ( hd, 15) ?? ?? 1t1dE ixeoloy 1nt ,H11 SEIOLD EFFECTS, Est.,Atrsll Aticliotli ROOs ILeeda. R~er. tI
April 1, 1874 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE AMALGAMATED SOCIETY OF CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.

THE AMALGAMATED SOCIETY OF CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.

THE AMALGAMATE'D SOCIETY OF r PENTERS AND JOINERS. 'The ramifications of thiei society extoipi 11't n througleout 6 eat Bdritanii anld I i ?? nc' tinted to the United iitates1 ald Caill . l tirt,, annuail report, a bulkv iip~~ fISla, s voluminous details of every ?? o tins- busin
April 1, 1874 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE AGRICULTURAL LOCK-OUT.

THE AGRICULTURAL LOCK-OUT.

THE AGRICUL TURAL LOCK-OUT. (SPEsOCAL THLEOaAzr.) :,Mlr. Joseph Arch has r eceived a letter from the Rev. Jnoa. Vilkioson, rertor of Boiguton Giflfrd, Preboadary of Salisbury Cathedral, and a county magistrate for Wilts ollerii)g to join the Agricultural Labourers' Union, andi sk
April 23, 1874 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CONFERENCE OF WEST YORKSHIRE COALOWNERS AND MINERS.

CONFERENCE OF WEST YORKSHIRE COALOWNERS AND MINERS.

CONFERENCE OF WElSTe YORtKSHIRE COAL0WN1RS AND MINERS. Yesterday an important conference of West Yorkllire Conltlawers and miners was held at the Groat Northe--" Station Hotel, Leetls, to consider what topse should be taken with regard sto the notice recently given by the masters
April 1, 1874 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT, (B:Y 1itVATfl TELEGIZAflI nROx' OUR owwX E3IbORTTIS.) 11OUSE OF COMMONS, TUESDAY. The Ssurn took the chair a few minutes before four e'clock. THE IMPRlISONMENT OF MR. WHALLEY. Mr. WALPOLIS, the Chairman of the Committee of Privilegc app]ointed to inlquire int
April 1, 1874 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CATTLE MARKETS.

CATTLE MARKETS.

I BEDATiesday.-A vory good show at mrket. Lean SItok in request, and in fat a good amount of business transacted. Calvera, which are now getting soarce, realised £18 to £24 and upwards, yearling bullooks and heifers £8 to £9 10s. each,;good show of heap and mutton, which sold at
May 6, 1874 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MONEY MARKET.

MONEY MARKET.

A portion qf t1j Comnmeler cial News will be i fou~nc, on the Whi page. ONEY MIARKET. SHARE AND PRODUCE MARKETS. (Fnom cum LONDON CoanESPONDMP.) LoxsaoN, Monday Evening. The Stock EF-eli1lhige settleaeiit, whichl commenced this nornDin," bas so far boros attouded by but one failu
April 14, 1874 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England