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EVERYBODY SHOULD LsE CLAYTON S KiSTOKA'I IVE Pills. They are an excellent Vegetable Aperient Family Medicine, Prt mote Digestion, Cleante

EVERYBODY SHOULD LsE CLAYTON S KiSTOKA'I IVE Pills. They are an excellent Vegetable Aperient Family Medicine, Prt mote Digestion, Cleante

the stomach. Liver ai,d Bowels of »1 unhealthy matter, Puiify the Blood, Coirect Irregularities, Cure Indigestion, BUiuiisnesß and Liver Complaint*. Beet Medicine tor Females See e*-timomals. Sold by all Chemists, price 1:'. lid., and 2s 9d. per box.—Advt.
8 January 1881 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY.

PARLIAMENTARY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—Monday. In the House of Commons, on Monday, Mr. Gladstone made a statement in reference to the despatch of the business of tue House, in reply to a question whether the Government intended to appoint a Select Committee to consider the matter. —The Premier also,
12 March 1881 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Mr. Goring, for many years superintendent of Her Majesty's gold pantry at Windsor Castle, died on Wednesday. He was one

Mr. Goring, for many years superintendent of Her Majesty's gold pantry at Windsor Castle, died on Wednesday. He was one

oi the oldest of the Queen's servants, and was greatly respected. Mr. Forster, ot Newcastle, on Thursday gave his amended decision in the dispute between the Brotton miners and their employers. It alters the rate of payment from ljd. to ljd per ton. Other matters in dispute are
12 March 1881 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS MATCHES PLAYED.

MISCELLANEOUS MATCHES PLAYED.

Wortley Oldfield-lane e.Gulseleu rnited, at Guiselev, on Saturday, ami ending in a draw. Score :—Oldtiehl-laiie 112 (J. Marshall 41, B. Proctor 2(i, and J. Uaigfa 10); Ouiseley 97 for seven wickets (P. Pullan 52, and H. Ives 19.) J'tidsey CotmrefrOtional p. I'udsvy Primitives] o
8 July 1882 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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A man must have allowed his temper to run away with his wits before killing a mare of his own

A man must have allowed his temper to run away with his wits before killing a mare of his own

in sheer passion because she was sulky. The excuse pleaded for this act on Saturday, by an Tsle of WiglTt gentleman who farms his own lam!, that the animal belonged to him, and that he had, therefore, a right to do as he ploasofl with it, wa* very properly not allowed by the loc
8 July 1882 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Provision Markets.

Provision Markets.

LEEDS BUTTER AND EGG MARKET, July 4.-Butte'; s 4 J. rolls (lf lb.), ls. Od. to ls. Bd.; do., fresh prints (1 lb.) ls. Hd. t" r'ri'sli eggs 14 to 10s. for ls. . M \>\ WETHER BY. July 0.-Butter, ls. to ls. 2d. per lb. ; eggs, 15 J,ul' le .' fowls, 3s. od. to 55.; chickens, 4s ; du
8 July 1882 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON GAZETTE, Friday, Sept, 24.

LONDON GAZETTE, Friday, Sept, 24.

BANKRUPTS.—A. F. Gerlis, Regent-street, London, hotel proprietor, October 6.—Charles O. C. Dunham, Bayswater, London, clerk in holy ord-rs. October I.L-Arthur Coleman Capstick, 145, Camden-road, London. October 12 —Wm. Holliday, Mark-lane, London, general merchant, October 6—Ric
2 October 1880 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL. MANNINGHAMLAKE, BRADFORD. This ETeniDg (Saturday), at 7. Last Night oi the Comic Opera, " DIE FLEDEKMANS." On Morday

THEATRE ROYAL. MANNINGHAMLAKE, BRADFORD. This ETeniDg (Saturday), at 7. Last Night oi the Comic Opera, " DIE FLEDEKMANS." On Morday

next. October 4th, and during tbe week, MltsS ALLEYN and COMPANY In "ROMEO and JULIET." "LADY OF LYOSS," ' SCHOOL FUR SUANDAI,' "MERCHANT OF VENICE, and " AS YOU LIKE IT." Booking: Wood and Marshall's, New Ivegate. PULLAB'S THEATRE OF VARIETIES, BRUNSWICK-PLACE, BRADFORD, (laoer
2 October 1880 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE DREADFUL COLLIERY ACCIDENT.

THE DREADFUL COLLIERY ACCIDENT.

66 KILLED; 43 INJURED/Continued froviovr sixth vaqt. j The fearful calamity at the Moorfield Pit, Hear Accrington, has turned out quite as disastrous as s:,.pected at the outset. Sixty-four persons have lost their lives and forty-eight are injured. A further inspection of the wo
10 November 1883 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England