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THE TELEPHONE PREDICTED.

THE TELEPHONE PREDICTED.

In marks of Robert Hook, publiabed in lA6I, it the following forecast of the telephone : "And as glasses hove highly pronitted our seeing. so 'tis not improbable but that there may be found many mechanical inventors to improve our tenses of haring, smelling, testing. and touchin
05 October 1901 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
ILKLEY.

ILKLEY.

The Ilkley District Oauneil lmve agreed to a reemnnendation by the Local Government Board to 'tisk* alterations in the plena for the improvements at Ifeber's at oust of £232.
05 October 1901 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
I HI.: RIVAL CANDIDATES.

I HI.: RIVAL CANDIDATES.

1892 W. Latta (V) .... (W dectid mu. June, 1113. citation.) T. W. Browning (43).. 422 1. (t) R. 10 ( 1 4 T. W. aning (C) 34T 0. Halt (C)._ November. 1P32. ertray. W. A Illiorwr,..rtll . (L) W. 0 1134 A (L) d J. IL 11Pvember. 1993, extnt. election, w.IL • • 1363 A.& (4 . 1.6 ). •
05 October 1901 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
RUMOURS OFFICIALLY DENIFI',.

RUMOURS OFFICIALLY DENIFI',.

The Pram Association says:—Tbe War OM ee en Monday issued the following communication : There a no foundation whatever for the statements which have appeared in serious journal. taw. Lord Kitchener hes tendered his resigni• tion. No friction of any rt existed between Lord Kitche
05 October 1901 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
BRADFORD SOLDIER IN DIANA.

BRADFORD SOLDIER IN DIANA.

Gunner T. Smith Allen, No. 4 Section, ]lb Martini, writing to his parents in Remington Street, Bradford, under date August 14th, mentions that hie contingent had moved up -country since be last wrote, near the end of the Tram-, Siberian Railway. The country goaded—rain (*Ping da
05 October 1901 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
SHAMROCK DEFEATED IN A GOOD BREEZE.

SHAMROCK DEFEATED IN A GOOD BREEZE.

COLUMBIA'S SECOND VICTORY. In the contest for the America Cup CO: now won two oat of five. Thu:siva ..ens the fourth meeting, and the !Vein det3dici the second race. The course was the triangular ene over r•:: ch yachts were to have sailed on 'Costley. A north-westerly breeze we
05 October 1901 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
THE ENGINEER'S EVIDENCE.

THE ENGINEER'S EVIDENCE.

John George Peroey, ChM( Engineer of the Cobra, end of the Duke of Welliegton, Ports. mouth, said he went to Newcastle iu connection, with the fixing of the Cobra's machinery, and watched the machinery trials orb behalf of the Admiralty. The navigating party front Portsmouth arr
05 October 1901 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
DRITIKI strEANErs TFItRIBLE VOYAGE. FOUR REV WASHED OVERBOARD.

DRITIKI strEANErs TFItRIBLE VOYAGE. FOUR REV WASHED OVERBOARD.

DRITIKI strEANErs TFItRIBLE VOYAGE . FOUR REV WASHED OVERBOARD. Part.etCare hate been reemed at Queowataww to the effeet the BrMail etas"( boned from hi. John, New to Cape Tow", heel a ternbie toyaze, winch remand to the of members of the wed ',Le of enure The wawa tett ht. John
05 October 1901 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
BRADFORD CHURCHES

BRADFORD CHURCHES

AND CHAPELS. EASTBROOK CHAPEL. AN EARNEST METHODIST PREACHER. A. FORWARD MOVEMENT. n et seventy-fict years Eastbrook Weeievan Cbspel is to be taken down, And as its rases there is io be erected a spacious vat.ch so be a centre of aggressive wort. A•zholigh in deciding to do this
06 April 1901 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
It's always the Same, always just right. No matter when or where you get it, if it's Colman's, it's just

It's always the Same, always just right. No matter when or where you get it, if it's Colman's, it's just

as good as the last you bad. Ironing day no longer becomes a day of trials. You know when you begin exactly how your ironing will turn out. Yon can with safety invite your neighbour to drop in and see how well the linen looks.
09 February 1901 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England