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THE DANGEROUS WALL IN lIIIDDERSFP L f RO kn. CONCLCION OF A HARD 'FOUGHT CASE. F PROCEEDINGS AT BRIGHOUSE tor

THE DANGEROUS WALL IN lIIIDDERSFP L f RO kn. CONCLCION OF A HARD 'FOUGHT CASE. F PROCEEDINGS AT BRIGHOUSE tor

RT. V FROWN FOR THE CORPORATION. After two long day sittings of the Brigk. Borough Court for the purpose of, hearing arguments and evidenee in regard to the ruinous and dangerous wall in Hindi • -Mild-road a third session was held on last at which the decision, of the were given
19 December 1911 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
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As the outcome of conferences at Skipton between the Brigadier-General and Craven landowners and tenant farmers, it is expected that three large camps will be formed next July in the vicinity of Skipton, Gargrave, and Earby for the annual training of about 12,000 Territorials. T
19 December 1911 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
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Sunday rifle !hooting by Territorials, which has aroused some discussion in this locality, is to retpivo no ban from high quarters. Speaking at Manchester on Saturday, Col. Seely said he himaelf saw nothing wrong in khooting on Sundays. Men of every political Party played golf o
19 December 1911 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
THE SACRED MISTLETOE.

THE SACRED MISTLETOE.

The religious use of mistletoe is alluded to by Virgil, who compared it to the golden bough in infernis, and it was not unknown in the religious ceremonies of the ancients, particularly the Greeks, while iu this country the Druids attached great importcanoe to the white-berried
19 December 1911 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
FOUR PRISONERS ESCAPE

FOUR PRISONERS ESCAPE

FROM BRADFORD TOWN HALL CELLS• A COOL DEPARTURE. Four men who were detained as prisoners in the cells at the Bradford Town Hall, last evening managed to-make their escape from confinement by bodily removing a lock attached to a door in the recreation room adjoininr their cells.
19 December 1911 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
CHRISTMAS WORRIES.

CHRISTMAS WORRIES.

Most, people look forward with delight to the festive* season. All is enjoyment and merriment, and, to the younger generation, delightful roanp and laughter are indispensable features of Christmas. Bat to the older folk there is a deeper note struck than that of merely seasonabl
19 December 1911 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
OREETIIiOS FROM DICKENS.

OREETIIiOS FROM DICKENS.

"A Merry Christmas to us all, ay dears, God bless us. God bless us everyone," said Tiny Tim, the last of all. Bough-going, ardent and sincere earnestlees.—there is no substitute for them. Christmas time 1 have always thought of as a good time; a kind, forgiving, charitable, plea
19 December 1911 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
19, 1911

19, 1911

they were unexpectedly ordered out into the trenches. As they did not know what 'the morrow might bring, they resolved to eat their pudding there and then. It was a heroic resolve. tor Christmas pudding, AA everyone knows. wants hours and hours of boiling, and this mixture of Wo
19 December 1911 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
THE PICNIC RESTAURANT.

THE PICNIC RESTAURANT.

For palace-shopping Berlin is at the peesent moment in the front rank of the great cities, says Max Rittenberg in "Lady's Realm." In the Berlin store is one feature peculiar to that city—the picnic restaurant. The ides is to let everyone help himselfpick out from the countess th
19 December 1911 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
OCCASION AL LICENCE.

OCCASION AL LICENCE.

At the Halifax West Riding Court on Saturday morning the Rev. A. M. Parkes (vicar of Clifton) obtained an omneional licence for the Clifton National Schools for a performemp to be given on Boxing Day. NEWS and ADVERTISEMENTS for Insertion In the " Echo" may be left at the shop o
19 December 1911 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England