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CANADIAN PACIFIC SUMMER HOLIDAYS IN CANADA CANADIAN PACIFIC CONDUCTED Inclusive chgrse—no extras. From LIVERPOOL, June 6th. for 28 days, to

CANADIAN PACIFIC SUMMER HOLIDAYS IN CANADA CANADIAN PACIFIC CONDUCTED Inclusive chgrse—no extras. From LIVERPOOL, June 6th. for 28 days, to

Quebec, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Niagara Falls, etc. Aususi Ist. for 4 weeks in addition to above includes the voyage across the Great Lakes to Fort William. From SOUTHAMPTON. July 10th, for 7 weeks embraces above and includes the Journey across the Prairies, and Rocky Mountai
13 May 1924 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
‘-QUINPHOS” i 8 all you need. it, for Serves. All. Chemist?, 1/3 and 5/-.

‘-QUINPHOS” i 8 all you need. it, for Serves. All. Chemist?, 1/3 and 5/-.

of ohooolalo. BUSINESS ADDRESSES. RoartmaKers. Tannis Court*. *' , <t SUN. I.TD.. Kfflngliam St.., Sheffield. i-__slBV. Tur Macadam. Natural Asphalt. 111,-: , Baa and Trunk Repairers. , n< Travelling (juoils kept in Stock & Tlepaired. and Sons. Kcclpfcall rd. 'Rhone 515 West. ,
08 May 1924 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
NICHOLSON, BARBER, AND HASTINGS, F.A.I

NICHOLSON, BARBER, AND HASTINGS, F.A.I

08 May 1924 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
PROFESSIONAL.

PROFESSIONAL.

\SSISTANCE offered by civil, structural, mechanical engineer; practical, theoretical, any capacity; levelling, draughtsmanship; travel home, abroad.— Write K 95. Sheffield Telegraph. DAILY GOVERNESS Wanted, for, Baaloiv, for Girl eleven; must be experienced.—Write, giving full p
08 May 1924 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
“RIGIDITY.” M. Poincare’s Election Eve Attitude. DAWES SCHEME IN PERIL. (From Our Diplomatic Correspondent.) LONDON, Wednesday The French elections fall

“RIGIDITY.” M. Poincare’s Election Eve Attitude. DAWES SCHEME IN PERIL. (From Our Diplomatic Correspondent.) LONDON, Wednesday The French elections fall

next Sunday, and the pronouncements of M. Poincare and his colleagues on the platform should be interpreted the light of their imminence. This may well account for the fresh display yesterday of the French Premier’s rigidity" with regard to the evacuation of the Ruhr. Again he h
08 May 1924 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SHEFFIELD DAILY TELEGRAPH, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1921

SHEFFIELD DAILY TELEGRAPH, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1921

THE WINNER OP THE TWO THOUSAND GUINEAS STAKES. H.H. THE AGA KHAN’S SUCCESS.—Diophon, owned by H.H. the Aga Khan and trained by K. Dawson at Whatcombe, which ■won the Two Thousand Guineas Stakes at Newmarket yesterday. The race is the first of the Classics. CUCUMBER CULTIVATION I
08 May 1924 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Victoria Cup Favourite.

Victoria Cup Favourite.

An interesting’ gallop was that which H. Sadler gave to his Victoria Cup horse, Top Gallant, who had Simon Pure and Quits for companions in fast stripped seven furlongs’ spin, in which ho went great guns throughout. Captain Boyd-Rochfort subjected his Chester Cup candidate, Port
08 May 1924 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
NEWMARKET MEETING.

NEWMARKET MEETING.

TWO THOUSAND GUINEAS —GOLDEN CLOUD TI., INSIGHT IT . IZERNAY, PERRE TANVILLE, TORCHBEAREB 11. and CHERKI, 4. 40 p.rn. Tuesday. ONE THOUSAND GUINEAS—SUN CLOUD 11., FLYING CLOUD IL, ORANGERIE 11., RAIN CLOUD 11., and STAR LIGHT, 4-40 pm. Tuesday. CHESTER CUP—FLORID, 4-45 m. Tuesda
08 May 1924 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Sheffield University Sports.

Sheffield University Sports.

The heals of the Sheffield University Sports were decided on the sports ground at Norton, yesterday. The following qualified for the finals, which will decided on Saturday: MEN’S EVENTS. 100 Yards Flat.—Longmuir, Taylor, Lancashire, Adkin, Williams-Gardner, and Parkin. 120 Yards
08 May 1924 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
NON-STOP EVERY MONDAY

NON-STOP EVERY MONDAY

UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE (Bank Holidays Kxcepted). T I M E S . Leave* Sheffield 7-40 a.m. Arrives Wembley 11.23 a.m. And Euston 11.47 a.m. Motor Buses or Tramcars will meet the drain on Arrival at Sheffield. FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF PASSENGERS, THE TRAIN WILL STOP HEELEY STATION ON TH
10 May 1924 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England