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• temporary iron building immediately ad- Joining the New Road Side School. My Lords sanctioned the building for 180 scholars,

• temporary iron building immediately ad- Joining the New Road Side School. My Lords sanctioned the building for 180 scholars,

but it was on the distinct understanding that it was only "intended to provide better accommodation for the children now attending New Road Side School." In the meantime the murderous conditions of the Government had so reduced the school in numbers that it was almost unworkable
23 November 1900 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
artists, whose solo idea wan to live in society paid make money. "ruined," be said. " by that accursed London."

artists, whose solo idea wan to live in society paid make money. "ruined," be said. " by that accursed London."

On being asked how it was that no one could paint now like Turner, he replied, first of all Turner was a great genius, probably such a one as the world had never seen, and also he wdrked hard and studied deeply. which none of the present men did. Mr. Alfred Hunt was an exception
06 April 1900 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
MOURNING

MOURNING

GOOD AT G. & A. SMITH'S, COMMERCIAL-ST.,
25 January 1901 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
ECZEMA

ECZEMA

BLOOD DISEASE. Socceasfully treated by toy " ECLECTIC" or Improved Botanical Treatment.
25 January 1901 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
PARLIAMENT AND THE NATION.

PARLIAMENT AND THE NATION.

Mr. (Barmier incidentally at the oithet of lecture, defined Edward VII. as being nine parts German and one part Scotch. As a Scot himself, he need hardly say that whatever virtees the King possessed had been inherited in the Scottish part of his composition. As Scot he claimed t
30 August 1901 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
THE HOUSEHOLD. /BR PIN-PRICKS OP LIPC. It if not always the real trials and weight) afflictions of life that wear

THE HOUSEHOLD. /BR PIN-PRICKS OP LIPC. It if not always the real trials and weight) afflictions of life that wear

out women, but rather the small worries, the little pin -pricks, so to speak, that are the great foes to peace in our households. Human nature being very imperfect, a great many good intentions relating to trivial matters are so misunderstood and become so mixed that more troubl
30 August 1901 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
NON-PAYMENT OF RATES.

NON-PAYMENT OF RATES.

Sixty-three persons were summoned for non-onrment of water rent. fourteen for gas rent, and nin,teen for district rates, by .T. n Tome, the collector for Brichouse. The mlters were ortkred to pay within 14 days. MONDAY. [Before Ail. Pilling and Mr J. T. Goodall.] DISORDERLY IN K
25 January 1901 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
Sales by Private Treaty.

Sales by Private Treaty.

OR SALK, by Private Treaty, the BLACK. SMITH'S STOCK of the late BIXJAMIN Srorr, of Castle Hill, Restrick, comprising Iron and Steel Anvils, Bellows and Tools, Bolts, eto.—Apply, 237, Castle Hill, Bastrick.
25 January 1901 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
Stooks and Shares.

Stooks and Shares.

ON SALE. Fleming, Mrkby and Goodall Debentures, Weet Riding Union Bank, Clay's Fret, Calico Printers. WANTED. Holden's Ordinary, Ellaud Gas Pref., Halifax and Huddersfield and Halifax Joint Stock Banks, Lister's Ordinary. PRICES and SHARE LISTS on application. F. W. BENTLEY & CO
25 January 1901 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England
 
is ooneeried.

is ooneeried.

With regard to a forecast of the result of to-morrow's match, I most admit that it is a very difficult task. Few Northern Union clubs have spent more time and money during the close season in looking for star attractions for the coming football months than the Hull Football Club
31 August 1900 - Brighouse News - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England