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SALE OF SCRIBBLING MACHINERY AT CRIMBLE

SALE OF SCRIBBLING MACHINERY AT CRIMBLE

MILL,SLAITHWAITE, HUDDERSFIELD. (Rs T. T. Sykes, Bankrupt.) GEORGE TINKER & SON are instructed by the Committee of Inspection to SELL by AUCTION, on MONDAY, the 13th day of February, 1871, Two Complete Sets of SCRIBBLING MACHINES and CONDENSERS, by "Thornton Brothers," nearly ne
03 February 1871 - Huddersfield Daily Examiner - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
AMERICA

AMERICA

The retirent, ,it of the .linetiQui Secretary Fish for next month, To- 1 'AY'S 31. t K ETS WAKEFIELD CORN.—Wheat is held firmly for the extreme prices of last Friday, but business passing is of a retail character. For Barley, trade is quiet, for last we, price,. Beans an 1 oats
03 February 1871 - Huddersfield Daily Examiner - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
CLEARANCE SALE! GREAT SACRIFICE! S W E E T APPLE A ND ,SCHOLEY beg to give notice that they will

CLEARANCE SALE! GREAT SACRIFICE! S W E E T APPLE A ND ,SCHOLEY beg to give notice that they will

CLEAR OUT THEIR ENTIRE STOCK OF READY-MADE CLOTHING, itc., at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, to make roan for fresh goods now rapidly being made ap for the coming season. 'They have still on hand a quantity of goods which are not of their own make, the bulk of whicH will be CLEARED OUT
23 March 1871 - Huddersfield Daily Examiner - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
CHARLES DENHAM, Milnsbridge Tannery, LEATHER WAREHOUSE, No. I Pack Horse Yard, King Street, Huddersfield. A large Assortment of best Bark

CHARLES DENHAM, Milnsbridge Tannery, LEATHER WAREHOUSE, No. I Pack Horse Yard, King Street, Huddersfield. A large Assortment of best Bark

Tanned TOP and SOLE LEATHER, ISHII Straps and Butts, always on hand. Currie's' and Leather Sellers supplied on asonahle ternus. (t.c
23 March 1871 - Huddersfield Daily Examiner - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
TO OUR READERS.

TO OUR READERS.

The lengthy reports of the proceedings before parliamentary committees, yestenlay, sumpels us to greatly mime the amount of space usually devoted to " leaders."
23 March 1871 - Huddersfield Daily Examiner - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 

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SIXPENCE. ONE SHILLING.

SIXPENCE. ONE SHILLING.

One hves Five Words. Insertion. Insertions. lasettions. 20 6d. Is. Od. Is.. 4d. Od. la. 6d. 2s. 24. 35 la Od 42........... la 3d. 2s. 9d. ......... 4s. 3d. 60............ la 6d. All Advertisements not Pre-paid will be Charged Scale Price. WILLIAM SCOTT, ACCOU NTANT, Auc- TIONKIE
22 May 1871 - Huddersfield Daily Examiner - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
BURLITRAr X, French, German, and A 7 English Wholesale ASK ET WAR F.HOUsE, 8, KIKKGATE (near the Church), Haddereftele, Impoi.er

BURLITRAr X, French, German, and A 7 English Wholesale ASK ET WAR F.HOUsE, 8, KIKKGATE (near the Church), Haddereftele, Impoi.er

of Fancy Goods, and Dealer to Combs, Brushes, Toys, end Wooden Ware, Travellirg Bags, Walking Sticks, Pocket Flanks, &c. Large stork of Cricketlng Goods, Canehandled Bats, Mores, thiar•L., Balls, and Wickets.
22 May 1871 - Huddersfield Daily Examiner - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
AND HIS SCHOOL

AND HIS SCHOOL

On Tuesday evening, a meeting of the Dewsbury School Board took place, Mr. Richard Clarkson, the chairman, presiding. There also attended Mr. Benj. Chadwick, Mr. Chas. H. Marriott, the Rev. Henry Stun, Mr. R. f. Cntchley, Mr. John Bates, Mr. Wm. Neal, and the Rev. W. R. Kenny, a
15 March 1871 - Huddersfield Daily Examiner - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
WAT AINSLIE AND HIS DONKEY.

WAT AINSLIE AND HIS DONKEY.

Dr. Sommerville was one Sabbath morning taking his usual stroll round the glebe when his ears were saluted by an outburst of profanity. Fanning his eyes the direction from whams it came, he saw Wet Ainslie belabouring an unfortunate donkey which had aje. rently taken the " reist
22 May 1871 - Huddersfield Daily Examiner - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
MARKETS

MARKETS

HUDDERSFIELD WOOLLEN, Tugsimv. The market to-day has, we regret to say, not resulted in much business being done, and the attendance of buyers has again been very small. The spring demand for fancy woollens of all kinds has been very much retarded by the inclement weather, and t
15 March 1871 - Huddersfield Daily Examiner - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England