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DIVISION 11. DIVISION 111.

DIVISION 11. DIVISION 111.

r. W. L. D. F. A. Pt«. CommerciaU V l7 15 1 3 54 20 29 Hathersage 13 10 1 2 12 22 Nether Edge* 16 5 2 57 26 20 Uotberham Amateurs .12 9 2 1 38 14 19 Birchiniee 16 5 5 44 32 17 | St. Cuthbert’s 18 7 8 46 49 17 Midland Athletic 11 5 3 25 22 13 Hallam : 14 5 8 1 37 57 11 Park St. J
7 February 1910 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
ADULT SCHOOL MOVEMENT. A BIG NATIONAL GROWTH

ADULT SCHOOL MOVEMENT. A BIG NATIONAL GROWTH

The National Council of Adult School Unions has been viuting Sheffield during tl>e week-end. All the meetings were private. The delegates were received at the Cutlers’ Hall on Saturday afternoon the Master Cutler. Mr. Herbert Barber. Amongst the delegates present were:—Chairman
7 February 1910 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. CHILDREN FIRE VICTIMS.

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. CHILDREN FIRE VICTIMS.

7 February 1910 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SERIOUS ACCIDENT NEAR RETFORD.

SERIOUS ACCIDENT NEAR RETFORD.

Joseph Hind, of North Wheatley, was admitted to the Retford Hospital yesterday suffering from severe injuries. On Saturday he was driving with his wife, when the horse slued, and he was pitched with great force into the roadway. He was conveyed home in a collapsed state, and his
7 February 1910 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
COMMERCE AND FINANCE.

COMMERCE AND FINANCE.

Money and Stocks. Money market continues weak. Tenders are due to-day for 000,000 one month Treasury bills. Stock markets were somewhat better in tone on Saturday. Consols recovered i, but there was little life in home rails. Americans revived all round, with Grand Trunks and Ar
7 February 1910 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
A Life of Quarrels.

A Life of Quarrels.

The tragedy is the miserable issue of an unhappy married life. Tha couple, who had been married 21 yean, were constantly quarrelling, and year ago agreed to separate. Their two daughters, 16 and 18 years of age, went to live with an aunt iu the city. Three months ago, however, t
7 February 1910 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
What an Octogenarian Can Do.

What an Octogenarian Can Do.

The crowd watched until the boat disappeared round the bend on its way to Waits Raft. St. Mar garct'e. This is a matter of 6i miles, and on arrival here the party, they every Sunday, walked across to Richmond, mile distant, for dinner. Here they drank to their leader’s health/ a
7 February 1910 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
INDIANA (Pennsylvania), Saturday

INDIANA (Pennsylvania), Saturday

A section a coal mine at Earnest, five from here, was wrecked today by an explosion supposed to have been caused by the Ignition of gas pocket by dynamite. .Accounts at first differed as to the number of miners in the galleries at the time, the officials the company declaring th
7 February 1910 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
DR. COOK S DISCREDITED CLAIM

DR. COOK S DISCREDITED CLAIM

The Scottish Geographical Society’s official magazine, just issued to the members, states that the report the special committee of the University of Copenhagen, appointed to consider Dr. Cook's claim have reached the North Pole, is highly unfavourable. The report declares that f
7 February 1910 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY FIGDRES

EXTRAORDINARY FIGDRES

(To the Editor of the “Sheffield Telegraph’*) Sheffield, February 4, 1910. to the losses and gains Sir,—May I call attcnl the General Klect ■koned. not in seats, but the Klecrton of Little attention lias hitherto been paid to this transfer votes, yet it is only the study it that
7 February 1910 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England