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DISTRICT NEWS

... BARNSLEY. ' Extraordinary Bigamy Case.—On Wednesday the Barnsloy magistrates remanded William Henry Young, a young man who recently worked at East Colliery as deputy, formerly a publica ...

THE CHNIO-JAPANESE WAR

... By wire & mail. NIGHT. OUR ASSOCIATION AND CORRESPONDENTS.!. Shanghai, Friday. orte( that a strong Japanese force • norti * ,arge island Society Bay, forty e est of Port Arthur ...

YORKSHIRE AUTUMN ASSIZES AT YORK

... YORKSHIRE AUTUMN ASSIZES YORK. Justice Grautham opened the Autumn Assizes for the City of York, at the Guildhall, aud the North and East Hidings, at York Castle, on Saturday. His Lordship breakfasted ...

DEATH OF THE LORD MAYOR OF YORK

... DEATH OF THE LORD MAYOR YORK. The trying illness of Aid. Philip Matthews, Lord Mayor of York, resulted, on Sunday night, in his death, to the intense grief of the Lady Mayoress, receutly ids bride, au ...

Published: Saturday 12 September 1891
Newspaper: Yorkshire Gazette
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1323 | Page: Page 6 | Tags: allerthorpe hall 

REVIEWS

... Oriental Carpets: How they are Made and Conveyed to Europe, Herbert Coxon (London : T. Fisher Unwin, 26, Paternoster Square).—Mr. Coxon dates his preface from 85, Grey Street, Newcastle-on- T ...

LOCAL NEWS

... cathedral services. Saturday (This Day). 12. Psalms, B. Service, Ouseley in , Even' utuem 610, Help us, O Lord.—Longhurst. , B. Service, Ouseley in E. Anthem The Lord is my strength.—Go ...

RAILWAY ACCIDENT AT ULLESKELF

... SEVERAL PERSONS INJURED. An accident occurred the North-Eastern Railway Ulleskclf level crossing on Monday afternoon. Two horses belonging to Mr R. Powell, farmer, Ulles ...

YORK CATHEDRAL SERVICES

... \i*°}L. NEWS.I I*** 257. Service, ° lUuowthatthe! V 5 Uill », *, Naylor C. ■ a,h Hopkins a B Am- i» O. Venite, - Introit 1 ' r*' -I™- ' * C °it;lO, I will love Thee.— n ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... YORK CITY POLICE COURT. MONDAY.—Before the Lord Mayor, Mr Aid Rymkr, and Mr Hy. Tennant. DRL'NK ON LICENSED PREMISES. John Beunett, labourer, St. Saviourgate, pleaded puilty to be ...

THE FARMER'S COLUMN

... THICKET PRIORY SHORTHORN Xh . HERD. h rd 1S ° ne of the oldesfc couutv 'is * been existence since about the X - was originally started the n cn erson from the stocks of Mr ep^ ' M ...