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BRADFORD SIAN'S SUICIDE.

BRADFORD SIAN'S SUICIDE.

TED IN LOVE. SEQUEL TO A MANCHESTF.P. At York on Monday the inquert upon the body of Edmund Chippendale 00, who was wanted by the Maocheeter pollee in connection with the murderous assault upon two women, named Noble and Coeistantine, at Chcetharn and who died in the York county
01 October 1904 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
VIM

VIM

Of all comfort-makers there's none like . Shake a little on a damp towel, flannel or chamois, and most things you apply it to briskly will be renewed, brightened or polished. The blessing of brightness grows on all sides with the use of on your Metals, Marble, Woodwork, Paint,
01 October 1904 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
ratepayers of the city. If they compared :he' state el things as they found them with the condition as they

ratepayers of the city. If they compared :he' state el things as they found them with the condition as they

now telt them. they could ray that they had not been altogether idle. They found the Electricity Department with an sufficient plant and inacbinery that was not a:le to bear the strain that. the eupnly deinandiel Under the able manalicatwitt of Mr. G. H. Robin• son they taking t
01 October 1904 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
EXTENAION OF BRADFORD.

EXTENAION OF BRADFORD.

As to the eatension of the out.tovenships. believed it was a fine thing to have acquired tne breezy Bandon Moor. but they must remembe r that they could pay tou dear for gold. If Alder. man Priestley had been there ho (the uptake-1 might have syuken of the Brownroyd Hill, which
01 October 1904 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
CARDIFF ACCOUNTANTS BAIL.

CARDIFF ACCOUNTANTS BAIL.

At the Cardiff Police Court on Thursday, Ur David, solicitor. applied for a reduction bail which the magistrate.' on Tneadny to accept the case of Mr. David ilium. lberd. accountant, chanced with aphelian/1g 1f.b.000. Mr. David said the primmer was able to findmuretien to the ex
01 October 1904 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
BRADFORD'S NEW PARISH.

BRADFORD'S NEW PARISH.

FOUNDATI(I\.RTONE LAYING AT LI DG LT GREEN. The first practical step towards the building of the new church of Bt. Wilfrid's, Lidget Green. was taken on Thunder, when the stone laying ceremony took place. The edifice, when oompleted,will be an imposing cute. This ns church is th
01 October 1904 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
of ego, and has for many years base with Leeds municipal The Hon. Edward Lindley Wood, wbe defeated Mr. Lynch

of ego, and has for many years base with Leeds municipal The Hon. Edward Lindley Wood, wbe defeated Mr. Lynch

in the Ripon Division, tie only surviving sea of Viscount Halifax. He is FoLow All Brads' Col- Las studied social problems in East London end travelled vet, in India end the Colonies. Mr. Wood is • elite personal friend of Lord Hosiek, who contested Central Bradford. "Marry happ
28 January 1910 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
(By "RUBATO") A Wagn

(By "RUBATO") A Wagn

(By "RUSAIO A We‘fter Concert. It now almost imprmilde to conceive a concert season without its evening sparsity devoted to Wagner. and the fifth Subecription Concert will supply this need. The details, the programme have been publiahed, and now I ant of On inn of " Die Walcure,"
28 January 1910 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
BRADFORD AND DISTRICT BANK.

BRADFORD AND DISTRICT BANK.

RECORD YEAR. CHAIRMAN AND THE PI:TWILL The n;netyeinth ordinary general meeting of the Iharebold.re of the Bradford Datriot Beak was held on Wedneeday at the Dutra:lt Bank Mr. Prince Smith, the chairman.pnreiding. The saclitort report havtog beat read. the Chairman ea'd that be
28 January 1910 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
NO AMALGAMATION IN VIEW.

NO AMALGAMATION IN VIEW.

As • good deal had been beard and said I with recent amalgamations, and as some people would have them believe it was only • question of time before they followed the. example of their neighbours, after bearing the figure• had just been read, and of the! progress they had made,
28 January 1910 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England