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SUPPLYING COALS.

SUPPLYING COALS.

The clerk read a letter from Messrs Hird, Dawson, and Hardy, Low Moor, dated July 6th, asking if they should continue supplying coal,, on the same terms as last year. Mr Noble moved, and Mr Barber seconded, that the matter be deferred. Mr Broadbent said he had rather they unders
09 July 1870 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
creased. He remained a short time. but removed to Leek " as he was unkindly treated." Old people mention a

creased. He remained a short time. but removed to Leek " as he was unkindly treated." Old people mention a

Mr STLVISTIR. of Halt• lax, silversmith, who preached acceptably. In 1782 a church was organized, and, in the following year, the Chapel-house was built. A stone bearing the inscription I. B. 1783, was preserved when the chapel-house was pulled down, and is walled into the inter
09 July 1870 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
JOSEPH HODGSON, TAILoR do Wooi.T.EN DRAPER, BRIGGATE, BRIGHOUSE. No Machines employed.

JOSEPH HODGSON, TAILoR do Wooi.T.EN DRAPER, BRIGGATE, BRIGHOUSE. No Machines employed.

JOSEPH HODGSON, TAILoR Wooi.T.EN DRAPER, BRIGGATE, BRIGHOUSE. No Machines employed. JOHN CLAY, PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT, AUDITOR & ESTATE AGENT, 20 Cow Green, Halifax, And at Mr. OLDPIIIILD'S Ratan, Parsonage Street, Brighouse. Books audited and Balance Sheets prepared. Rents and Accoun
09 July 1870 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE FOR JULY.

LOCAL RAILWAY TIME TABLE FOR JULY.

TRAINS FROM BRIGHOUSE. The Trains marked 'll' are tiling ogees. All Moeda, Trains are Third Class. To Ellamd 6 431 a m 6.511 8 28t 832 851 9 36 10 10 11 51 1 56t p m 2 101 326 411 415 551 810 6 361 451 9 llt 9 20t 1136 t Sundays 751 am 752 12 20 pm 12 25 70 75 9 10 To North Dees
09 July 1870 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
BUILDING PLANS.

BUILDING PLANS.

Plans of Messrs Robinson Brothers, stone merchants, for 27 houses at Waterloo, were submitted by Mr Barton, and were returned for alteration, the alterations required being that two additional privies be erected, and that eit her a passage be made through the middle of the house
09 July 1870 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
BAD CONDITION OF ELLAND ROAD.

BAD CONDITION OF ELLAND ROAD.

Mr. Bottomley and Mr Heaton spoke of the bad condition of a portion of Elland Road, wh,sre water lodged, and it was arranged that the Highway Committee should view the place.
09 July 1870 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
THE BRIGHOUSE NEWS, SAMMY, JULY 9TH, 100.

THE BRIGHOUSE NEWS, SAMMY, JULY 9TH, 100.

three Petitions to the House of Commons, in the hope that you will present them. Two of them are in favour of the Sunday Closing Bill, one pf the two is from our Local Board, the other is from a public meeting, and both were unanimously adopted. The third one is in favour of the
09 July 1870 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
Asentmt.—On Saturday last, a the West Riding Court, Halifax, George Denton, clogger, of Thornhills, was charged with having unlawfully assaulted

Asentmt.—On Saturday last, a the West Riding Court, Halifax, George Denton, clogger, of Thornhills, was charged with having unlawfully assaulted

Mary Fitzpatrick, a girl 17 years of age, at Rock-Halls *ell, on Tuesday night the sth instant. She was fetching water from the well when she met the prisoner, who seized her by the arm, threw her to the ground and turned up her clothes. She screamed end Amos Crabtree came up, w
16 July 1870 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
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A . L e \ PITPLISI-IMID TWO COTTAGES TO LET in Itogerson's Buildings, Waring Green, well tit up, with gas and water in. Rents low.—Apply to Mr C. ROGERSON, Boot and Shoe Maker, Briggate, COTTAGES TO LET, in Clayton-square, Waring Green, comfortably fitted-up, and with town's wate
16 July 1870 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
iNiSctllantouS.

iNiSctllantouS.

A Monist. SCEPTIC.—For' all that I did not imitate the sceptics who doubt only for doubting's sake, and pretend to be always undecided; on the contrary, my whole intention Has to arrive at certainty, and to dig away the dr:fi acid the sand until I reached the rock or the clay be
16 July 1870 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England