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The public may not, perhaps, be aware that tho Society of Arts' 2s. Prize Writing Case can be sent for

The public may not, perhaps, be aware that tho Society of Arts' 2s. Prize Writing Case can be sent for

four stamps ; so that this really useful case can fiTSPv* - our readers in any part of the country by sending by J* n l of kins and Gotto, 24 and 25, Oxford street Sol 8 stam f to Par- Gotto's 6d. White-handled Razor is a marvel nt ' Parkuls and well finished. Country residents
29 September 1860 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Rates and Electoral Rights.—By the Municipal Reform Act of 1835 it was enacted that the actual payment of rates for

Rates and Electoral Rights.—By the Municipal Reform Act of 1835 it was enacted that the actual payment of rates for

two years and a half by a householder himself was a necessary condition of the enjoyment of a vote for municipal elections. The act of 1850 dispensed with this condition, the payment of rates by the landlord being made sufficient to confer the right of voting on that class of oc
23 July 1859 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

Dublin, Friday.—Three young men, who gave their names as Shee, Haudy, and O'Neill, were to-day arrested by the police, on suspicion of belonging to the Fenian brotherhood. On being searched a drill-book was found. They were taken before Mr. Allen and remanded until Tuesday. Madr
27 January 1866 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FOREIGN POLITICS.

FOREIGN POLITICS.

TEDS FRENCH EMPEROR AND THE MEXICAN DIFFICULTY. The Emoeror Napoleon's speech in opening the Frencl. Legislature fits in very opportunely with the latest intelligence from America. They give us two sides of much the ugliest qnarrel now in progress in European politics. *' Get ou
27 January 1866 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
REDSHAWS SELECTIONS OF FANCY WOOLLENS for the coming Season are now complete, and form one of the largest stocks in

REDSHAWS SELECTIONS OF FANCY WOOLLENS for the coming Season are now complete, and form one of the largest stocks in

the county. BLACK CLI>THS and DOESKINS— hrst-rate value. 4. BOTTOM OF BRIG GATE. LEEDS. AUTUMN TROUSERINGS, WINTER TROUSERINGS, of SCOTCH, WEST of ENGLAND, and YORKSHIRE MANUFACTURE, comprising every NOVELTY of the SEASON, at WRIGHT BROTHERS (late Matthew Hepworth), 78, BRIGGATE
27 January 1866 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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$*lrs bu 3urtt<m. LIVERPOOL PUBLIC WOOL SALES. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, on Monday, the ISth inst, at four o'clock,

$*lrs bu 3urtt<m. LIVERPOOL PUBLIC WOOL SALES. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, on Monday, the ISth inst, at four o'clock,

at the Public Sale-room, 14. Cook-street, Liverpool. 800 Bales East ludia WOOL. Apply to W. Greame and Co.. Brokers. 25, Temple-street. Xirerpool. _____ " LIVERPOOL PUBLIC WOOL SALES. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, ou Friday, February 2nd. at Two o'clock, at the Pub! c Sale room. 14, Co
27 January 1866 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
rjIHEATRIfI ROYAL, LEEDS. Bixth week of the Comic PANTOMIME, KING KOKOLORUM, received nightly with even increasing enthusiasm by crowded and

rjIHEATRIfI ROYAL, LEEDS. Bixth week of the Comic PANTOMIME, KING KOKOLORUM, received nightly with even increasing enthusiasm by crowded and

delighted audiences. Opinions of the Press.-" A great success."-" Intelligencer. "- /™L costumes are magnificent, the songs appropriately introduced, the general tout ensemble such as to commend itself to .nteUigent people." T " Times."-" Beautifully placed on the stage; I " cha
27 January 1866 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL NEWS.

LOCAL NEWS.

PROPOSED CENTRAL STATION FOR LEEDS. Leeds is threatened with a railway invasion. Hitherto, the great carrying companies, whoso thin iron "fles reticulate the land, have been content to concentrate *heir Urge railway systems on the banks of the Aire; °«t apparently emboldened by
21 November 1863 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LATEST & TELEGRAPHIC.

LATEST & TELEGRAPHIC.

Shanghai, Oct. 9.—Major Gordon is before Souchoy, and an attack on tnat city is imminent. Reinforcements have been sent to Taksang and Quinsang. The news from Japan is unfavourable. Armed men are apj»earing at Nagasaki, and Prince Satsuma and other princes are preparing for war.
21 November 1863 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
public Xottcrs. . PURE WATER.—PATENT CARBON FILTER, Price 6s. 6d.-& BLAXLAND, c 3, Albion-street, Leeds. P~ OST -OFFICE. WAKEFIELD-ROAD, BRADFORD.—REGISTRY

public Xottcrs. . PURE WATER.—PATENT CARBON FILTER, Price 6s. 6d.-& BLAXLAND, c 3, Albion-street, Leeds. P~ OST -OFFICE. WAKEFIELD-ROAD, BRADFORD.—REGISTRY

OFFICE FOB SERVANTS. Parties not suited with Servants, and Servants uot suite! with situations offered, their wants will be advertised in a local payer without any further charge but the Entrance Fee. J~OHN DAVIS will PURCHASE SECOND-HAND FURNITURE to any amount. Pay Cash down.
21 November 1863 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England