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PIA NOS!

PIA NOS!

JOHN BRINSMEAD J SONS' PRIZE MEDAL PIANOS. JOHN BRINSMEAD & SONS' PRIZE MEDAL PIANOS. PIANOS! JOHN BRINSMEAD SONS' PRIZE: lEDAL PIANOS. JOHN BRINSMEAD & SONS' PRIZE MEDAL PIANOS.
05 February 1870 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
MR. ROEBUCK ON EUCC►TION

MR. ROEBUCK ON EUCC►TION

Mr. Roebuck attended tbc annual so the Meltham Mechanics. Institute, which took place on Saturday evening, and spoke at some length on eslneatene The held in the Odd Fellows Hall, was largely attend,- I, and WU presided over by Mr. J. C. Goody. fay means of pr.eate and combined
05 February 1870 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
STATE AID TO EMIGRATION.

STATE AID TO EMIGRATION.

The .Econserid is strongly opposed to the movement for securing State aid to emigration. The scheme is in fact socialist— that is to my, it proposes to take from John what he has, simply because he has it, in order to give it to George, simply because he has it not. Mr. Torrens
05 February 1870 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
A PROPOSAL FOR FISCAL REFORM.

A PROPOSAL FOR FISCAL REFORM.

Mr. John Patterson, late president of the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce, proposed a most important resolution to that body at their meeting on Monday. Mr. Patterson proposes to simplify the future budgets of the Chancellor of the Exchequer by the following change". He suggested
05 February 1870 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
THE HEALTH OF BRADFORD.

THE HEALTH OF BRADFORD.

dealers will probably. derive no benefit from the proposed change, which must necessarily nar row the limits of the fluctuations of exchanges, and the fear of losing an undue advantage which they at present possess may go far to explain their almost unanimous opposition. Rut the
18 September 1869 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 

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A FRENCH SUCCESS.

A FRENCH SUCCESS.

FuNTAIMMILKAV, October s.—Tho Franedireurs have driven back to Cheully a numerous detachment of Prussian cavalry and infantry which was marching on Fontainebleau. Sixty of the enemy were put hors de combat. THE FRENCH AFRICA. Bftvestui, October 5.-11 e &he du Par/el/mat of to-da
08 October 1870 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
THE FENIAN IdUltDElt 1A DUBLIN.

THE FENIAN IdUltDElt 1A DUBLIN.

An assassination, strongly resembling in most of its features the similar occurrences of three years ago, when the Fenian agitation was at its height, took place on Sunday night in Dublin. A man named a plumber, rec.titly in the employment of Messrs. Courtney and Stephens, hut f
26 February 1870 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
THE PRINCE OF WALES'S INCOME.

THE PRINCE OF WALES'S INCOME.

The London correspondent of the Free males Journahays -"his positively !dated that at the meeting of Idiuistersatilarlborough House on Saturday, and the Privy Council at Windsor on Tuesday, it was resolved that the Prince of Wales should be allowed £20.1100 per annum from the Qu
26 February 1870 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
THREATENING TO CUT A GIRL'S THROAT.

THREATENING TO CUT A GIRL'S THROAT.

At the Enddersfieldf'oiie;Court. on Thursday, a young man, named Joseph Wadsworth, a la tourer, Kirkgate, Huddersfield, was brought up for assaulting Lucy German and threatening to cut her throat, on the previous day. From the girl's statement it appeared that she bad been livin
26 February 1870 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
THIS AFTERNOON'S .TELEGRAMS.

THIS AFTERNOON'S .TELEGRAMS.

SERIOUS RAILWAY COLLISION. At one o'clock this morning a serious collision took place on the Caledonian Rai'way near Cartsherrie, a few miles from Glasgow, between a pilot engine and the London train which left Euston Square Station yesterday (Thursday) forenoon. There are no li
12 February 1870 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England