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The Lancashire 811(1 Yorkshire Railway Company, in reply to an inquiry, has informed the Cleckheaton Chamber of Commerce that they had recently given very careful consideration to the question of issuing thousandmile ticket*, as in the case of the North-Eastern Company, hut they
27 December 1911 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
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If he isn't deed," returned Bullock edge went to Salter•,cand spoke in an under• tone. He is not my chief man," he said shortly; hut As accessory after the fact—certain. %Vat& him." Twenty minutes later Wedge was at Brompton Hospital. Yes. the man's dying," the house surgeon sai
27 December 1911 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
CONSCIENI 1: \L‘KES coW.►Rl)s.

CONSCIENI 1: \L‘KES coW.►Rl)s.

A quiet, bo.hful or of a young . fellow wan making a call on a girl one evening not long ago, when her father range into the parlo',ir frith his watch in hi.: hand. It was about 9-30 o'clock. At the moment the young.man wale standing o 4 la chair etraighteninc a 'picture over th
27 December 1911 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
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McDOUGALL'S SELF-RAISING FL
27 December 1911 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
BAD ATTENDANCE AT SCHOOL.

BAD ATTENDANCE AT SCHOOL.

BRIGHOUSE GUARDIAN SUMMONED Thomas Shaw, wiredrawer, of Brighouse, was summoned at the instance of Mr. J. B. Hepworth (school attendance officer to the Brighouse Education Committee) to appear at the Brighouse Borough Court on Friday morning last for neglecting to send a child u
27 December 1911 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
"O, mime. let us adore

"O, mime. let us adore

"O, mime. let adore Presently Wedge was the nbighbourhactl where he could bear the sacred Christman carols being sung in the quiet night. And he had twit pairs of handcuffs in hie pockets! " Hosannah in the kigkest. Hallelujah!" But Wedge was not a man when t he had pat down hims
27 December 1911 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
A TERRIBLE RIDE.

A TERRIBLE RIDE.

A TALE OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN M.NBTABULARY. The sparsely populited region of the Northern Transvaal is a countty of climatic extreniew; ax mouths of fine dry winter being followed by six months of rain and Bomb:. Owing to these circumstances members of " the force " occupying tho'
27 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
 
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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