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02 January 1890 - Huddersfield Daily Chronicle - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S GIFTS. CASSELL'S CLASSIFIED CATALOGUE, containing of upwards of ONE published by Mesas. Cuanza. Comes:iv'. ranging In

CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S GIFTS. CASSELL'S CLASSIFIED CATALOGUE, containing of upwards of ONE published by Mesas. Cuanza. Comes:iv'. ranging In

price trona THREEPENCE TO FIFTY GUINEAS, rill be sent on request poet free to any cadres.. AND COMPANY (Limited). Unitas Hill. London .
02 January 1890 - Huddersfield Daily Chronicle - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
H UDDERSFIELD AND WEST RIDING RAILWAY GUIDE. NOW READY the JANUARY Number of the HUDDERSFIELD AND WEST RIDINU RAILWAY GUIDE.

H UDDERSFIELD AND WEST RIDING RAILWAY GUIDE. NOW READY the JANUARY Number of the HUDDERSFIELD AND WEST RIDINU RAILWAY GUIDE.

Con FOrtY4II Pain of RAILWAY INFORMATION. POST'OFFICE GUIDE TO ALL PARTS, Including— Time of DESPATCH OP MAILS. Iteimlotions of VILLAGE POST OFFICER, RECEIVING HOUSES and PILLAR BOXES. BOX and TOWN DELIVERIES. MONET ORDER and SAVINGS' RANK OFFICES. FOREIGN MAILS and POSTAGE. And
02 January 1890 - Huddersfield Daily Chronicle - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
POISONED WITH SHEEP DIP.

POISONED WITH SHEEP DIP.

;rad ore of poisoning is reported from Wales. On New Year's Eve. a young man visited Mr. Horsey, head bailiff at Old Park Farm, Mangum, near Swanson. Mussy sent for • jar of beer, but the servant brought a jar containing sheep dip. The visitor on taking • drink said it had • que
02 January 1890 - Huddersfield Daily Chronicle - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
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. I . II FEF. C.m.olidated. • 1 4— I Rio Mao. Sulpha.. 4i 4. . 4 Do. per Premium . I Palace Ebbw Vale .t -- Green. cod and Batley. Limited. 13 14 ... 13 14 Do. 7 per tent /Memnon 1 ... 12 John Crawler and Nona. Limited 4 ... 14/ Lister it Co.. LULU...wed at pnim 1 ... Do sµe cent
16 January 1890 - Huddersfield Daily Chronicle - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 

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CARRIAGE ACCIDENT.

CARRIAGE ACCIDENT.

As the Hon. Mies Mabel and Yiw lliidred deaghters Lord Arlington, were driving through laborite, ow Wedneeday, the wheel of the trip ' caugh► the box of • carriage. The trap wee spent sod ►hs Wiwi thrown out. Miss Mabel was cat a bou t the face, and both ladies were severely sha
16 January 1890 - Huddersfield Daily Chronicle - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
ACTION AGAINST TEE HUDDERSFIELD

ACTION AGAINST TEE HUDDERSFIELD

CORPORATION. Abraham Pollard, manufacturer, (Nutt, of the firm of J. Speight and Sons. seed the Huddersfield Corporation, who have the oontrol of the tramway system, for compensation for an accident which happened at the bottom of King-street, on the 20th April last, to • lorry
16 January 1890 - Huddersfield Daily Chronicle - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE INFLUENZA.

THE INFLUENZA.

Thu iudnonzs epidemic still prevails where two of the Royal Navy me reported to have succumbed. There are numerous under treatment at the Navel Herrick.. And shout 200 men telnoging to the Dockyard are the sick list At the Britannia Barracks, Known*ld Beath. Norwich, there am Mi
16 January 1890 - Huddersfield Daily Chronicle - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE CARDIFF SAVINGS BANK.

THE CARDIFF SAVINGS BANK.

Previous to the rising of the courts for the Long Vacation, the agreements entered into between certain of the trustees and mansaere of the late Cardiff Savings Bank, and Mr. Arthur Cooper, the official liquidator. were confirmed by the judge, whereby question ol the liability o
19 August 1890 - Huddersfield Daily Chronicle - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
UNITED STATES.

UNITED STATES.

A TRAIN ROBBED. New Yoeie Monday. A party of highwaymen have robbed a trails of the Missouri Pacific Railway at Otterville, Missouri. The contents of the express' silo were stolen, but the passengers were molested. THE RAILWAY STRIKE. MOB FIRED ON. NEW YORK. Monday morning. No s
19 August 1890 - Huddersfield Daily Chronicle - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England