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FINANCE.

FINANCE.

LOCAL SHARE MAKKKi Quotations snpplied by t. W. BOTTLST AHD CO., Hci>D*RB»lßi.Jb. Wkdkesiav Feb. 27th. t « TS .1 B g - p. Company. i no*. |«l £ H 100 I Lancashire and Yorkshire vrti.. i i 264—1274 100 London and North Western Owl. j 179 —180 * 100 I Midland Railway Deterred 764
2 March 1901 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
The Lord Chancellor proposes to add the names of the followinc gentlemen to the Commission of the Peace for the

The Lord Chancellor proposes to add the names of the followinc gentlemen to the Commission of the Peace for the

City of Leeds :—Mr. Henry lllingworth Bowring, Mr. Arthur Currer Briggs, Mr. James George Chad wick, Mr. J. R. Flitch, Councillor Joseph Henry, Mr. Paul Hirsch, Mr: Joseph Hudson. Mr. John Kirk, Mr. Frederick John Kitson, Alderman F. M. Lupton, Mr. John Carr Nicholson, Mr. Alber
7 April 1900 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ROYAL VISIT TO IRELAND.

ROYAL VISIT TO IRELAND.

ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION OF THE QU£KN. DUBLIN'S WELCOME. Owing to the stormy weather, the Queems journey from Holyhead (where she was received with much popular enthusiasm) to Kingstown «v expedited on Tuesday by two hours, the Irish port being reached soon after three o'clock. He
7 April 1900 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LAUNCH BLOWN UP.

LAUNCH BLOWN UP.

A boiler explosion destroyed the pleasure launch Star at the Old Swan Pier, London Bridge, on Saturday evening. One man was killed and two others very severely scalded and bruised. The launch returned to the pier about six o'clock with a party of 12 young men. who had been to th
7 April 1900 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
jyjIDLAND RAILWAY. COOK'S EASTER EXCURSIONS FROM LEEDS. EVERY WEEKDAY in APRIL to MORECAMBE for 1 or 4 days (see bills'.

jyjIDLAND RAILWAY. COOK'S EASTER EXCURSIONS FROM LEEDS. EVERY WEEKDAY in APRIL to MORECAMBE for 1 or 4 days (see bills'.

. . _„ EVERY WEDNESDAY, at 1-0 p.m., and SAIUR DAY, at 25p.m. half day to INGROW, OAK WORTH. HA WORTH, etc. WEDNESDAY, April 11th, for 1 or 2 days, and. THURSDAY, April 12th, for 1 day to LEICESTER, at 9- 5 a.m. (Races). ON THURSDAY, APRIL 12th. 8-25 a.m. to WEST aud SOUTH of EN
7 April 1900 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
5 makes" " "skin" " " " 1 f as soft as nri*\ 1 entirely! | remove all W i

5 makes" " "skin" " " " 1 f as soft as nri*\ 1 entirely! | remove all W i

#^#^roughness,chapsJ 1 & TAN, IRRITATION, etc., J ■ in a very short time. ■ ¥ Bottles MBEETHAM &. SON. gj
7 April 1900 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
O If When you have an ACHE ft or a PAIN, a STRAIN or a \ I SPRAIN, you need

O If When you have an ACHE ft or a PAIN, a STRAIN or a \ I SPRAIN, you need

a PLASTER, 1 It but be sure It is J ALLCOCK'S / PLASTER Jl Unvarying Uniformity, /I Satiafaction.^^r If you have Corns or Bunions nam ALLCOCK'S CORN or BUN/ON PLASTER*'
7 April 1900 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
RANDOM REMARKS.

RANDOM REMARKS.

This i 8 the season of pantomimes, and a few arks thereon will, consequently, not be out of c * The word pantomime, as it is used to-day, its* Dl ' Bnomer > and has oeen much distorted from for ° n^ a Pplication. It must not be supposed °oe moment that the gorgeous productions a
10 February 1900 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WITHIN AN ACE OF DEATH IN A QUICKSAND.

WITHIN AN ACE OF DEATH IN A QUICKSAND.

Thomas Robinson (72), who lives at Newbiggin, on the shores of Moreeambe Bay, was returning from the farm of Mr. Steel, Roosebeck. The old man had with him a pony and cart, and his road lay across the sands, where be lost his way. He went two miles out of his course, and eventua
10 February 1900 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CHURCH DESTROYED AND A LIFE LOST IN LIVERPOOL.

CHURCH DESTROYED AND A LIFE LOST IN LIVERPOOL.

Shortly after nine o'clock on Sunday morning St. Saviour's Church. Falkner-square, Liverpool, was discovered to be on fire. From the inflammable nature of the materials the fire assumed such a mastery that .all attempts to confine its ravages to the place in which it was first d
10 February 1900 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England