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METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.

METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.

SIGNS OF TO-D A r S VTEATHSB. The Mets-roteateal Depaitiasat pmptaai *m*A*sm* e'okwh tea* rugnt that the waat-ac danaa; tha ate M hoara wiU tte sa ?? :— 0 Sootbad. N. ?? I^TSSf-fJ, tef-awV^ i - - • « la-'il-BljaadJuelß n lel|nl*al 1 -asetaad, h — £ _»_« ; dee ?? 2 Enicb-d, NJS.
01 April 1890 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Cricket,

Cricket,

TK-iNG MATCH OF THE WEDNESDAY CLUB. „,. . old established club played their opening match on | wsdav last, on Hyde Park ground, which has been ' •lierablY improved during the winter, the low side hay- j : yeu raised, and the race course so altered that the * g titors may be seen
13 May 1848 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
On the 10th inst., at Sharrow, Mrs. Henry Vickers, of a soa. ittarrtagea. ' On the Bth Instant, at St.

On the 10th inst., at Sharrow, Mrs. Henry Vickers, of a soa. ittarrtagea. ' On the Bth Instant, at St.

George's Church, Hanover square, Robert Peel Dawson, Esq., late Captain in the Grenadier ! Guards, eldest son ofthe Right Hon. George Robert Dawson, , of 10, Upper Grosvenor street, and Castledawson, Ireland, 1 to the Hon. Mary Elizabeth Brownlow, eldest daughter of the late, an
13 May 1848 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
MELANCHOLY & FATAL ACCIDENT

MELANCHOLY & FATAL ACCIDENT

CAUTION TO SURVEYORS OF HIGHWAYS. On Saturday evening last, about eleven o'clock, as Mr. Swift and Mr. Wm. Birks, both of Hemingfield, were re- turning in a gig, belonging to the former gentleman, from Mr. Surtees's, Stainbro', where they had been spending the afternoon in fishi
13 May 1848 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
rHE BANK OF ENGLAND.

rHE BANK OF ENGLAND.

The Gazette of Friday contains the first weekly return of the afiairs of the Bank of England, under the New Charter Act, , th and Bth Victoria, c. 32 as now separated into two department;-. c -■*«--- On the d ebt B ; de the Jsgtie d tment contai L sum of £-28,351,205 as "notes i
21 September 1844 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE CASE OF EUGENIE.

THE CASE OF EUGENIE.

The Leicester temperance friends, wbo were the first to introduce Fred Eugenic to public notice, havo very wisely and properly published aa authentic state- ment of facts, which appears in tbe Blue HiLbon Banner for January 12th, but does not seem to differ materially from state
20 January 1883 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SHEFFIELD TOWN HALL.

SHEFFIELD TOWN HALL.

Friday. — Before the briPENDiAny. An Eccestkic Visitor.— /Ver Lunch, a tramp, who •poke with a strong Scotch accent, was p!ac_d in the dock on a charge oi retractor, conduct at the Work- house. —Police-sergeant Pearson said the prisoner was admitted into tne casual ward on Wedne
20 January 1883 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
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LONDON BETTING.— Friday. j A feneral absence of speculators was noticeable at the Louaon clubs to-aay, ana very little wagering took place. For the Kempton Bark event, as mucu as 10 to 1 was at one time .am against Mr. Ak-xau.ier s, and j there again appeared a desire to hack Dr
20 January 1883 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
LATEST LONDON BETTING.

LATEST LONDON BETTING.

Duoseq.uent to the usual time lor concluding bettinsj a few transactions were recorded, ln the Kempton Park Champion .Stakes the toliowing nominations were backed: — 9to 1 agst Mr Alexander'- norn, taken ICOO .0 60 - Dr Hobioiu s norn, taiea ->3 to 1 — Mr Laa _ uom, taaeu 50 tr>
20 January 1883 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
rrmtea xixa . r.ot-lleU at .No- »"- Held, by JOHN DANIEL LEA" jsidißK at hall road, Sheffleld'. and ROBE'-I r.ADON

rrmtea xixa . r.ot-lleU at .No- »"- Held, by JOHN DANIEL LEA" jsidißK at hall road, Sheffleld'. and ROBE'-I r.ADON

__V (residing -it Moor Gate. Cro. . - M"«i road, >hemei«. Saturdat, January 20. 1883. Letters to be aduiesjed " Leader and Sons. :_d«. ?? Office," and uot to tne residence ol the Puohsoert
20 January 1883 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England