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HOLBECK MAN'S DEATH.

HOLBECK MAN'S DEATH.

SEQUEL TO ACCIDENT IN TIMBER YARD. The unusual'circumstances surrounding the death Thomas Moss (62)« of 17, Sydenham Place, Holbeck, Leeds, were investigated by the Leeds Coroner this morning. Moss was employed by Mr. William Walker, joiner and contractor, 17, Worm aid Yard, Bri
23 July 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
METALS.

METALS.

LONDON (Opening Report).—Copper ateady; G.M.8., cash, £64 16s. 3d. to 17a 6d.; do. throe months, £64 18s. 3d. to £65. Tin irregular; fine foreign, cash, £l9O to £l9O 10a; do. three month*. £lB9 16s. £l9O. Lead: English, 10s.; foreign, £2O 7a 6d. Spelter: Foreign, £2O 12s. 6d. to
23 July 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LEICESTERS BEST AMONG SHEEP.

LEICESTERS BEST AMONG SHEEP.

Among the sheep the best show were the Leicesters. which, indeed, were spoken of by the judges as being the pick the breed the country. The principal prize-taker* were Mr. Ernest Jordan, of Eastbourne; Mr. G. Harrison, Gainford HalJ, Darlington; and Messrs. Bimpson, of Hunmanby,
23 July 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
KNOCKED DOWN BY TRAMCAR.

KNOCKED DOWN BY TRAMCAR.

CORPORATION SUED FOR LOSS OF BOY'S ARM. At tho West Riding Assises, Leeds, to-day, before Mr. Justico and special jury, an action was commenced in which Joseph Pashby, of 88. Hoyle Street, Sheffield, sued tho Sheffield Corporation for damages for injuries sustained owing to his
23 July 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Smoking Permitted, and without annoyance to

Smoking Permitted, and without annoyance to

Come when you like. Leave when you like.
23 July 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Qhii~6hai of il\e J)ay,

Qhii~6hai of il\e J)ay,

THE Duke of Richmond’s partv at Goodwood House for the races i« to assemble on Mon day. and some of the quests will leave after the races on Friday, but the Kin? and meet of the party will stay until Saturday morning. It is very likely, if the weather is favourable says "Truth’
23 July 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
STREET DANGERS.

STREET DANGERS.

Sheffield Man Fatally Injured by Tram. Fatal hesitancy in crossing the road at West Bar led to an inquest being held at the Sheffield Royal Infirmary to-day concerning Allen Gill (56). labourer, of Workhouse Lane, who was knocked dowiyby a tram on Thursday last. The evidence sho
23 July 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
GENERAL’S SUDDEN ILLNESS.

GENERAL’S SUDDEN ILLNESS.

The brilliance of yesterday’s Order of the Bath pageant in Westminster Abbey was marred only one incident, the sudden indisposition >of General Sir George Barker, who fainted and hud to be carried out. Sir George is in his eightieth year. He is the oldest surviving officer of th
23 July 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
The Betting.

The Betting.

15 8 Princess I 5 to 1 agst raintbrußli Dome 110 «o 1 GLOBVISA 9 to 4 Siller 110 1 others The Race. made play from Paintbrush, Bugler Bey, Siller end Princess Dorrie, with King Edgar last for three fidongs, when Siller drew into second place, but neither be nor Princess Dorrie c
23 July 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
T.&J. Roberts Summer Sale. Never Before have astute shoppers had such opportunities of securing exceptional Bargains in Holiday and Seaside

T.&J. Roberts Summer Sale. Never Before have astute shoppers had such opportunities of securing exceptional Bargains in Holiday and Seaside

Wear. The Unprecedented Success of our Summer Sale this year has been attained the offering of real and genuine values. REDUCED PRICES IN Smart Millinery, Glove and Neck Wear, Ladies’ Costumes, Children’s Outfits, Summer Frocks, Underwear, Dressing Gowns, T ravelling Requisites,
23 July 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England