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HOYLAN DSWAIN E 1-EAS'i

HOYLAN DSWAIN E 1-EAS'i

HOYLAN DSWAIN 1-EAS'i Beautiful weather favoured the day s proceedings in connection with the celebration of Hoylandswaino Fcasl .Saturday, which caused a good number of visitors ■flock into the village from the surrounding districts. The main feature of the attractions was itte
28 July 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
MOULDERS’ TROUBLE.

MOULDERS’ TROUBLE.

GENERAL STRIKE THREATENED IN SHEFFIELD general strike of Sheffield moulders appears to imminent upon the question non-union labour. Two joint general meetings of the No. 1 and No. branches of the Moulders’ Association were hold the Burngreave Vestry Had. yesterday, to discuss th
28 July 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
VALUED SOCIAL AGENCY

VALUED SOCIAL AGENCY

The history of sixty-five years of valuable social work in the slums of Sheffield is outlined in the annual report of the Crofts Sunday School. The committee express satisfaction that for some years by scheming and care the funds the school have been just sufficient for the year
28 July 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
The St. George's.

The St. George's.

Tlie competition was t lie carlv forenoon the second stasre beinpfired, fifteen shots at SCO . va tds. the hundred who had come witli the ix>st aggregato from (Continued on Page 8.)
28 July 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
WATERPLANE TRIUMPH.

WATERPLANE TRIUMPH.

The first proof of the splendid services which the waterplane can render in -naval war was given on Saturday, in the mimic struggle now proceeding on our coasts between Blue and Red Fleets.-*ie- Three naval waterplanes are stationed at Cromarty for the defence of the Firth. One
28 July 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
WESLEYAN MINISTRY.

WESLEYAN MINISTRY.

LOCAL CHANGES IN REVISED DRAFT OF STATIONS. The Stationing Committee of the Wesleyan Conference issued revised draft of stations Saturday. The following changes affect the local districts : Pontefract. —Walter Reed, vice Hillver Russ. Sheffield Mission.—Cecil Parker, vice- Alfre
28 July 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
LINCOLNSHIRES AT GRANTHAM

LINCOLNSHIRES AT GRANTHAM

The two battalions of Lincolnshire Territorials assembled yesterday for their annual fourteen days’ training, and the locality chosen _in each instance is the neighbourhood of Grantham, but thp battalions will be stationed at different places, and their work will bo separate one
28 July 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD

THE UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD

Mr. A. Rodgers, who was placed in the First Class in the Honours School of Modern Languages in the recent University examinations, and received the degree of B.A. the Degree Congregation on the 3rd of this month, has been elected by the Gilchrist Educational Trustees a Modern La
28 July 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
OSMASTON SHOW

OSMASTON SHOW

Major Sandwith (president) opened the, first she wot the Osmastpn Ward Allotment Association, held at Crewton, Dffi-by, on Saturday. For an initial venture the exhibition was an excellent one. D. Lyons was the most successful com petitbr, and the other principal winners were J.
28 July 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
BA RNSLEY FE DE RATI O N

BA RNSLEY FE DE RATI O N

RNSLEY FE DE RATI O N The young bird races were started on Saturday with a good race from nearly 600 birds being entered, from the seven c}ubs. A start was made in line weather and a north-east wind. The winner, Owned Mr. Gallear, of Cudworth, made velocity of 1,060 yards per min
28 July 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England