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SPORTS AT THE CARDIGAN

... SPORTS AT THE CARDIGAN. A long afteinoon's programme of rabbit coursing was witunssetl at the Cardigan Grounds, Leeds. ve?*enlav. Pnitcnslmga up>-n«sl with a inaU'h .Moon-'s Prince, Keighley, and Cooper IjuJv, Sutton, who were articled mn the liest fifleeii ...

ASSAULT-AT-ARMS IN LEEDS

... ASSAULT-AT-ARMS IN LEEDS. Never in the history Leeds has there been such gathering of boxing champions, past and present, as that which appeared at the charity tournament in the Olympia Skating Rink, Roundhav Road, Leeds, last night. The place was packed ...

Jowett. F. W. (Bradford, East). Kirkwood, David (Dumbarton Burgha). George (Bow and Bromley). I .aweon, John ..

... N.). Muir, John W. (Maryhill). Murnin, Hugh (Falkirk). Murray, R. (Renfrew, Western). Newbold, John T. W. (Motherwell). O'Grady, Captain James (Leeds. S.E.). Oliver, George Harold (Ilkeston). Paling, Wilfrid (Doncaster). Parkinson, John Allen (Wigan) ...

John's Terrace

... Direction the Executors the late Mrs. E. Jackson, 20. ST. JOHN'S TERRACE. BELLE ROAD, LEEDS, 3. THE REMAININO CONTENTS of the RESIDENCE poUard oak sideboard, dining table with extra leaves, also arm chain to match, a carved walnut frame drawing room suite ...

Riders from Land's End reach Yorkshire * From Our Huddersfield Staff Riders bound for John o' Groat's have ..

... Riders from Land's End reach Yorkshire * From Our Huddersfield Staff Riders bound for John o' Groat's have reached Huddersfieldtheir 13th port of call on their long horseback journey Iron Land's End which started on the last day of March. They came we ...

NEXT WEDNESDAY. AT THU EAST PARADE AUCTION ROOMS. LEEDS

... WITHOUT RBtERVE. CRAM I AT. SALE OP VALUABLE BUILDING LAND MAPPER and SONS are icautK'ved Ml A art ion. wttboat merve. el the Cardigan Arm*. Brim It r. Monday, October tSib. p.M.. aubistt to tho eoodittooe flale the Lead* Im-orporalcd law Society, and rack necial ...

THE YORKSHIRE POST. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 19. 1910. Hollis webb (SneceworA to M«sr?. IlAßnwic* EBTATK AND GENERAL ..

... 31st, 1911, but- 1-be has the Tight extend j%, or three year© from tint »late. The root ’«s X4O. fjot 2 yearlv for £32 pep arm-am. Both enjoy healthy situation high quiet, llicrooghf.nre. within three minutee from important tram termrans sh«»p»/vny centre ...

A Brilliant Sceae

... Lord Lilford, Sir John Latto. Women Unionist*. A Newcastle delegate who attended the recent conference Unionist Women London, tells mo that Northumberland and Durham were strongly represented at the meetings. Lady Reuwick and Mrs. Grattan Dovle, whoso husbands ...

LONG LIST OF COMMENDATIONS

... rullibardi 11c (Royal Horso Guards). Honorary Colonel Viscount Valentia (Oxfordshire Imperial Yeomanry). Captain the Earl of Cardigan (Wilts Impend Yeomanry). Lieutenant-Colonel the Earl of Scarbrough (Yorkshire Dragoons Imperial Yeomanry). G' tenant-Colonel ...

THE YORKSHIRE POST. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 38. 1901

... (Sherwood Rangers) Yeomanry Cavalry; J. E. 11. Balfuor. tvserve officers (lam. major Koval Ist Devon Yeomanry Cavnlrv); K*rl Cardigan, Royal Wilts Yeomanry Cavalry (Army Transport). Louts. H. IJ. Ahodie, Hcuoini (since deceased); R. Hare. Norfolk Beat.; I ...