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A SINGULAR MANIA.

A SINGULAR MANIA.

Mr. R. J. Laidlaw. of Birchinglon should have appeared at the GuiltUiall on aummonacs for neglecting to pay two cabdrivors their fares, but on the cate being called there waa no appearance. Tho clerk said that a letter had been received from Mra. Laidlaw stating that her huaband
15 February 1906 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
COOPER AND RIDDETT

COOPER AND RIDDETT

/pHTRCH Strctton. —The Highlands ofEngland. Ideal Health Resort. House. Also ret ton House, Blackpool, n.S., facing sea.—A. H.. Manageress. RANGE-OVER-SANDS. Lingholme. Faces south. Sea and mountain views. Magnificently situated. Spacious rooms. Billiards. Entertainments. Ideal
15 February 1906 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
mHE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH.” New Serial Story. Conquest of Fortune. milE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH.” Further Adventures Louis Rougemont. rpHE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH.” Kew

mHE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH.” New Serial Story. Conquest of Fortune. milE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH.” Further Adventures Louis Rougemont. rpHE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH.” Kew

Serial Storj - E. Phillipa Oppenheim,
15 February 1906 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
CLEAN MILK

CLEAN MILK

The monthly meeting of the Sheffield Federated Health Association was held on Tuesday evening, at Hoole’s Chambers, Bank Street, Mr. W. Sinclair presiding. Arrangements for public health lectures were advanced, including one on Clean Milk,” by Dr. Scurfield, the Medical Officer
15 February 1906 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE PROGRESS OF LITHOGRAPHY,.

THE PROGRESS OF LITHOGRAPHY,.

The members of the technical classes promoted by the printing and allied trades in the city and district were greatly interested and instructed last evening by a lecture delivered at the Caxton Hall by Mr. Joseph G. Goodman, lecturer at Liverpool Municipal Technical School. His
15 February 1906 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SHOCKING COLLIERY FATALITY AT SWADLINCOTE. alarming accident occurred last night at the old pit of Hall’s Collieries, Swadlincote, by which

SHOCKING COLLIERY FATALITY AT SWADLINCOTE. alarming accident occurred last night at the old pit of Hall’s Collieries, Swadlincote, by which

William Eley, loader, of Church Greeley, was instantly killed. Having descended the mine with the night shift ho was filling tub coal in the Eureka Seam when the roof gave way suddenly, and, pinning him across the partly-loaded box, nearly severed head from his body.
15 February 1906 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
hood of Commercial Street had been taken into consideration bj the Smoko Sub-committee, and the report referred the Electric Light

hood of Commercial Street had been taken into consideration bj the Smoko Sub-committee, and the report referred the Electric Light

Committee. It ■would be advisable that the reports should he printed in the minutes.
15 February 1906 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
RAILWAY ROBBERIES IN DERBYSHIRE, Astounding Disclosures at New Mills.

RAILWAY ROBBERIES IN DERBYSHIRE, Astounding Disclosures at New Mills.

15 February 1906 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
FEBRUARY 15, 1906 THE BIBLE IN THE SCHOOLS. How a Sheffield Clergyman would Teach it.

FEBRUARY 15, 1906 THE BIBLE IN THE SCHOOLS. How a Sheffield Clergyman would Teach it.

15 February 1906 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
RAILWAY

RAILWAY

The report for the half-year ending December show s gross receipts to be £31,497, as compared with £51,153 for the corresponding half, and expenditure £21,042, compared with £21,049. After deductions for debenture interest, etc., the credit balance on net revenue account is £8.2
15 February 1906 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England