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The Drama’ic Censorship.

The Drama’ic Censorship.

It is less than two years since Mr. C. H. Brookfield—in w hose career Sheffield has had a direct interest—was appointed an Examiner of Plays, and it is easy to recall the storm of criticism which his appointment aroused. The storm, indeed, seemed warrantable enough; the choice o
21 October 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Princ€ Arthur to Leave Yorkshire.

Princ€ Arthur to Leave Yorkshire.

The Soots Greys’ headquarters York have received a hint that Prince Arthur of Connaught, after his honeymoon, Is only to return to his regiment for a brief period. This news of his coming transfer to some other military rank has been received officers and men with real regret. I
21 October 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
“SHEFFIELD TELEGRAPH” TREASURE TROVE.

“SHEFFIELD TELEGRAPH” TREASURE TROVE.

THE discovery of old coins, below the cellars of one of the buildings now being demolished for the “Sheffield Daily Telegraph’s” new offices, is full of interest. Mr. R. E. Leader is preparing an article on old High Street, and this will deal in detail with the buildings which h
21 October 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Neglected Neepsend.

Neglected Neepsend.

Few public men have been so loyal to the district ip which they were born, especially if they Have got on in the world, and the district happens to be mainly a working class neighbourhood. Mr. Spencer was born in W'oodside Lane, Neepsend, and Neepsend is still his home. There ar
21 October 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Mr. Samuel Roberts, jun., and Mr. D. F. Hogan seconded, the latter referring with gratitude to Councillor Roberts’ successful ;

Mr. Samuel Roberts, jun., and Mr. D. F. Hogan seconded, the latter referring with gratitude to Councillor Roberts’ successful ;

endeavour to secure free tram rides for blind people. Councillor S. Roberts declared himself as one the bluest of the blues,” but it was not his desire in municipal matters to be in all things restricted the Party ticket. His intention was always to support and work for that whi
21 October 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
BURNGREA VE CONSERVATIVES

BURNGREA VE CONSERVATIVES

MR. WALTER DAWSON THE CITY’S PROBLEMS. Mr. Walter Dawson, the prospective Conservative candidate for Burngreave Ward, was the principal speaker meeting of the Lopham Street polling district branch of the Brightside Conservative Association last night. There was a very good atten
21 October 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Sleaford October Cattle Fair.

Sleaford October Cattle Fair.

This old-established oattle fair was held yesterday. There was large entry of boasts, Messrs. Jones arid Son, of Heckington, exhibiting 300 prime store bullocks. Three-year-old beasts made up to £2O, two years to £l5, and yeerlings £lO to £l2 each. Good show store lambs, which m
21 October 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Glynns Lydenbutg.

Glynns Lydenbutg.

The accounts for the year ended July 31 show a net profit of £41,902, which, with the balance brought forward, makes a total of £58.088. Dividends absorbed £34,000, and Government tax on profits £3 768, leaving balance of £20,520.
21 October 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Mortgages and Charges.

Mortgages and Charges.

Uipiey Manufacturing Company, Limited.—Mortgage on freehold 'and and hereditaments in Park Road, Oxford Street, Wellington Street, and Heighten Street, Ripley, Derbyshire, dated 6th October, 1913, to secure all monevs clue or to become due from the company London City and Midlan
21 October 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Gatwick and Newcastle.

Gatwick and Newcastle.

have not many runners Gatwick tomorrow. MAINE is well just now that will want licating for the Willow Selling Handicap. SLIP OFF is in good trim for the Ifield Selling Plate. If Surcingle would produce_ her home form she could win the Welter Handicap. Bellringer appears to take
21 October 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England