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BEGGAR'S ABUSE AT CUTHEROE.

BEGGAR'S ABUSE AT CUTHEROE.

William Wadding ton, who was charged on Satuniay with begging, acted a violent manner before the magistrate*. wee stated that prisoner entered shops, and when refused alms used threatening language. Prisoner frequently interrupted the eridenoe shouting, 1 allowed honest?" ' said
23 November 1910 - Burnley Express - Burnley, Lancashire, England
 
EXPRESS [AND ADVERTISER, NOVEMBER 23, 1910.

EXPRESS [AND ADVERTISER, NOVEMBER 23, 1910.

23 November 1910 - Burnley Express - Burnley, Lancashire, England
 
FUIALEDGE V. RRIERFTELD,

FUIALEDGE V. RRIERFTELD,

The annual friendly match between th# Brierfield; Conservative Club and the Fulledga Conservative Club, Burnley, took place at, on Saturday. The FuHedge team scored 1,0570, and Brierfield replied '-with ! The second teams played at Brierfield, BrierfieLd scored 1.019s and Fulled
23 November 1910 - Burnley Express - Burnley, Lancashire, England
 
KNUR AND SPELL AT TRAWDEN.

KNUR AND SPELL AT TRAWDEN.

KNUR AND SPELL TRAWDEN. About spectators assembled at; the Alexandra Grounds, Saturday, to witness a knur and spell match between Dixon, and J. Hartley, of Gblne, who met decide the longest knock in 25 rises, with Jot. pot knurs, for a stake £2O. Both men played off the pin, Hart
23 November 1910 - Burnley Express - Burnley, Lancashire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS WANTS.

MISCELLANEOUS WANTS.

DRESS and COSTUMES Wanted.—so, Firth Pork rd, Pitamoor. 1.1 REE 'TIP , clean rubbish ; Tm.-k-y Parish Ouncil Recrca’ tkjn Ground.—Apply on job, Brooke Bray and Sona. of Hauled; would retain tenancy. —Address 4, Sheffield Telegraph. OIL BARRELS or any Hard Wood tasks Wanted.—H 19
23 November 1910 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS SALES.

MISCELLANEOUS SALES.

BABY’S LONG CLOTHES.—SO Pieces, 215.: bargain loveliness; home-made garments, delightfully fuJ instant approval.—Mrs. Max, The Chase, Nottingham. Greenhouses, two, for Sale; Busiin i** Balls Head, Moor. GOWHS »nH ■' -7 ns- lid. —Ladv’s wry pretty dial: band rd.—Apply Q gotnelr c
23 November 1910 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
fLKNJIURIi,

fLKNJIURIi,

M. WIGRAM begs announo© that has opened addition*! premises 21, High Street (next door to the Sheffield Telegraph office), mtboro is showing well soleotetl stock of Cabinet Fu mi tone and Hign-dass Upholstery I>opul&r prices. M WIGRAM has a reputation of over 27 yean' standing fo
23 November 1910 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
ADOPTION MEETINGS.

ADOPTION MEETINGS.

Preparations for the Coming Contest in Sheffield. In addition to adoption Mr. D. T. Smith, as mentioned above, two otlter Conservative candidates for Sheffield were formally adopted last night. These were Mr. S. Roberts. M.P. in Eoclesall, and Mr. Douglas Vickers, in Brightside.
23 November 1910 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
CORONER BEFRIENDS BURGLAR,

CORONER BEFRIENDS BURGLAR,

For burglaries in St. John’s Wood Thomas Smith, a young seaman, was sentenced tho London Sessions to twelve months’ imprisonment. was stated have formerly been in the employ of tho late Dr. Danford Thomas, who discharged him for dishonesty. fortnight later h« returned and broke
23 November 1910 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
HARD WORK AND SOFT JOBS.

HARD WORK AND SOFT JOBS.

f—DON’T LET IT SLI/*. If you could buy a soft job without its you anything would you not be foolish to neglect the opportunity? Workers! You are letting just such an opportunity slip by you every day when you net to work with cup of Dr. Tibbies’ Vi-Cocoa slowed away in your stom
23 November 1910 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England