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SHIPBUILDING.

SHIPBUILDING.

MORE WORK FOR THE NORTH-EAST COAST. Shipbuilders’ prospects on the North-East Coast for New Year are exceedingly good. spite of the large output recorded for 1913, there are many unexecuted contracts to carry forward, while the amount of new work booked since prices material beg
31 December 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

British Cotton Ginning: per cent, lialf•ear - ...... Cook (William) and Co.: No interim dividend for second half 1913. Court Line: 4 per cent, per annum and bonus per cent, (actual), making 9 per cent. year. Pegoh: 10 per cent., making 15 per cent, past year. Lucky Tiger Combina
31 December 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
WIRKS WORTH TRIBUTE.

WIRKS WORTH TRIBUTE.

There i\as interred in the cemetery at Wirksworth yesterday. Mr. George W atterson, aged 70, one of the oldest residents, who died suddenly last Saturday at Mickleover. The deceased for a generation had been a leading Oddfellow in the Wirksworth district and was secretary for ma
31 December 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
CHAPELTOWN PRESENTATION

CHAPELTOWN PRESENTATION

The staff attached to the Midland Railway Station at Chapeltown have presented their late senior passenger clerk, Mr. Frank White, with writing desk, as mark oL appreciation and respect, on the occasion of hlf departure to take up duties on the staff of the company’s general sup
31 December 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
FIRTH PARK WESLEYANS

FIRTH PARK WESLEYANS

social gathering was held last night the Trinity Wesleyan Schoolroom. Firth Park Road. Sheffield, to raise £lO to meet incidental expenses. Tiio Rev. A, J. and Mrs. Johnson were the host and hostess, and there was large gathering. excellent elocutionary and musical recital was g
31 December 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Til E DEATH-RATE,

Til E DEATH-RATE,

Til DEATH-RATE, The Registrar-General reports that the annua rate of mortality in the nmety-six great towm of England and Wales last week averaged 14 per 1.000. The following tabic gives the figuri for the separate towns; Biitnslev 16 Birkenlii-.id . ~ Birmingham . Blackburn . .
31 December 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
HALL-MARK OF MANHOOD

HALL-MARK OF MANHOOD

The Rev. Dr. Ballard preached at the Victoria Hail, Sheffield, yesterday morning. Speaking of troubles and trials, he said the sigh for perpetual painlessness, the cry to be delivered from all difficulty, the longing to be saved from all trouble belonged to the nursery; it was t
31 December 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
HUGE DONCASTER TREAT.

HUGE DONCASTER TREAT.

Nine hundred poor children of Doncaster were given great treat in the Corn Exchange yesterday. It was the fifth Christmas treat the Committee of the Doncaster Conservative Club, of which Mr. R. Capes is the chairmai l and Mr. R. M. Simpson the secretary, and the funds had been s
31 December 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
South Yorkshire Tramways.

South Yorkshire Tramways.

Reference made in another column to the speed with which the South Yorkshire mining towns, once they had taken up the question of their communications with each other, have gone ahead with their tramway project. It is only within the last few months that they began to co-operate
31 December 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
A HINT TO HOUSEHOLDERS.

A HINT TO HOUSEHOLDERS.

The campaign for the measurement of the soot deposit in various large towns in which, as announced In yesterday’s Current Topics,” Sheffield is to take its share is a matter of much interest to all who desire to see an abatement of the smoke nuisance. It is expected that the inv
31 December 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England