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ARDSLET INFANTS SHOCKING DEATH. FELL INTO A TUB OF HOT WATER.

ARDSLET INFANTS SHOCKING DEATH. FELL INTO A TUB OF HOT WATER.

Ronald Arnold, aged one year and eleven months, son of Edward Charles Arnold, of Alexander Terrace, Ardsley, died Friday from abock following severe scalds. the previous day Mrs. Arnold was busy washing. She had put hot water into tub the bouso floor, and, whilst her back was tu
4 June 1910 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
FOOTBALL MEMS.

FOOTBALL MEMS.

lie League have their provisional list of fixtures for next season, from which learn that Barnslev open tl>eir campaign with a match at Oak well against Hull City, the unfortunates of the Second League last season. Bat fixtores, however, not yet completed. • » » • The Rochdale A
4 June 1910 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
WORSBRO* & DISTRICT LEAGUE.

WORSBRO* & DISTRICT LEAGUE.

Diriffioa 1. v. WORSBRO’ BRIDGE At Dod worth. Scores:—Dod worth, (G. H. Lit tie wood. 40); Worsbro’ Bridge, 89. For worth, A LittJewood took four wicket* for runs, and W. two for 11, while for Worsbro’ Bridge* J. Hague captorod fire wickots for 37 rune. CR AIK’S v. BIRD WELL. At
4 June 1910 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
THE BARNSLEY BRITISH

THE BARNSLEY BRITISH

CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, LIMITED. Drug Department, WELLINGTON STREET, BARNSLEY; AND AT King Street, Hoyland, and High Street, WombwelL 2556
4 June 1910 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
UEJCSWORTU UOSPITAi FESTIVAL

UEJCSWORTU UOSPITAi FESTIVAL

The animal open-air servico xma held Kineiey Hen»iworth, Sunday, the -wiuoh are aid of the noepitaJa in tho district, lit© service was pre®d©d oyer by Luuitonant-Colaael 6} taw (Mayor of Pontefract), aiho was supported by the Rector of Honnworth (the Her. R. H. Gilbert;, and the
4 June 1910 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 

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BY MB. A. O. WALKER.

BY MB. A. O. WALKER.

A. 0. WALKER,
4 June 1910 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
SITUATION* ▼ACANI

SITUATION* ▼ACANI

SITUATION* WANTED an Errand Boy.—Appiy a*, the Chocolate Box, Street. 2114-J4 AN'I'ED smart Errand Boy. - iL Cantor, North Pavenmnt. 2140-J W~ ANTED good strong General; able to plain cooking. Mrs. Gregory, Mount Osborne Hotoi, Barnsley. 21-44-J J ANTED tor Fustian and ▼ ▼ Trad©.
4 June 1910 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
BOLE AGENTS FOB THE “RALEIGH,’

BOLE AGENTS FOB THE “RALEIGH,’

The AU-Steel Standard British Bicycle, fitted with Dunlop Tyres, Brooks Saddle and Sturmey Archer 3-speed Gear. “THE RALEIGH” Contaiai mo maUcable ire* eaetiagt, beace ita greet ■lresglh and rigidity. Raleighs from £5 19s. 6d. to £l5 15s. Od. (With on Everlastinp Onarantee). FOR
4 June 1910 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
fstl BIMTB BBSnVSD TALE OF TWO FOGS Bt m. p. shiel Author 4 7«Uow “Th* Cos* of War,” , Rajalia

fstl BIMTB BBSnVSD TALE OF TWO FOGS Bt m. p. shiel Author 4 7«Uow “Th* Cos* of War,” , Rajalia

ftapytnrc.” Ac. the Be*. Henley Jones was walking down Piccadilly one foggy afternoon, he found hisnetf face with an old Oxford churn. Hairy Hosoocrt. “Harry, all that !** cried ont nee. and after talk “Harry*' stopped a cab and they drove to chib, where •at vermouth and talking
4 June 1910 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
(From JUuxtrated Bitt.)

(From JUuxtrated Bitt.)

Grace; “Dick. I believe you are leading double life.”—Dick: “Well. dear. I certainly am not leading a eingle one.” Dollv: “Wind lot change I’ve made your life!”—Bert: “Rather, and What a lot cost it” The Vicar; But, my dear lady, you roust know that you something your fellowman.
4 June 1910 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England