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PURILINE TOOTH POLISH.

PURILINE TOOTH POLISH.

Will Purify and Beautify the Teeth with a Pearly Whiteness ; Polish the Enamel ; Prevent Tartar. Destroy all lif me Germs, and keep the Mouth in a Delicious Condition of Comfort, Health, Parity, and Fragrance, removing instantly all unpleasant odours arising from ,the use ot tob
11 July 1891 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FOOTBALL RESULTS.

FOOTBALL RESULTS.

fission CoMrannoN. O. T. P- O. T. P. Bradford f2 o—B Hunslet 0 0-0 Satley 1 4-13 Uudderjfield.... 0 o—o HanniDgham .... 1 3—ll Dewsbury........ 0 I—2 Combination No. 3. Otley *I I—s Elland 1 o—s Brantley 2 I—l 2 Cleckbeatou 1 o—s Holiday Charities Ccp« Second Round. Milnsbridge
24 September 1892 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
VERY SICE BOYS INDEED.

VERY SICE BOYS INDEED.

VERY NICE BOYS INDEED. At Cambridge Borough Police Court, on Tuesday, Charles George Beer (17), errand boy, of Cambridge, iand Harry Hutchin (1G), valet' to Prince Ali Khan, of 4, Edith-road, West Kensington were charged with stealing, and the latter with receiving a silver watch
24 September 1892 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A TRAGEDY AT RHYL.

A TRAGEDY AT RHYL.

SAD END OF A YORKSHIRE VICAR. Some painful incidents have come to light with regard to the suicide of the Roy. Joseph Weedon, of Morton Vicarage Bingley, which was committed at a Rhyl hotel on the evening of the 16th. Mr. Weedon went to Rhyl a fortnight ago accompanied by a woma
24 September 1892 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ROBERT BRADLY'S TRIALS.

ROBERT BRADLY'S TRIALS.

Robert Bradly, parish clerk of Mullingar, who was in custody on a charge of having murdered a man named Xelly in that town by poisoning, has been discharged from Tullamore Gaol. The accused had been tried twice, but on both occasions the juries disagreed, and it is und coed that
24 February 1894 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
NOT SO SOFT AS THEY LOOKED.

NOT SO SOFT AS THEY LOOKED.

Professor Gee and Dr. Knechft, of the Manchester Technical School and of Victoria College, while on a visit to Llandudno engaged two men (J. Atberton and John Jones), of the baser sort, to carry their luggage. Tbe professorial demeanour is generally of a mild and inoffensive cha
24 February 1894 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A CRUEL MOTHER.

A CRUEL MOTHER.

At Brentford Police Court, on Monday, Mrs. Eva Allingham, of Twickenham, was sent to prison for four months, aft.-r a long hearing, for cruelly illtreating her daughter May, aged thirteen. The child was beaten every day with sticks and broomhandles, had her mouth tilled with soa
24 February 1894 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
H. Jackson, Photographer, Vjrxoh-stbbkt. second street abore Higher Grade Board School, Woodhouse. lane, Leeds. Cartes 5

H. Jackson, Photographer, Vjrxoh-stbbkt. second street abore Higher Grade Board School, Woodhouse. lane, Leeds. Cartes 5

». per doz.; Cabiuets 12s. per doz.; no extra charge for children or groups. Agents wanted, ,1.11(3 Tbbth—A Complete Set One Guinea.—Single tooih 2s. 6d.; five years wwrtuty. Mr. Uuuduiau. Surgeon Dentist (the Dental Supply Co.). 1. Albion-street. Leeds. Hours 9 to 8. L A Househo
24 February 1894 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE LITTLE SISTERS OF THE POOR.

THE LITTLE SISTERS OF THE POOR.

Tbe Little Sisters of the Poor have much pleasure in bearing their testimony as to the efficacy of Allcock's Porous Piasters. They have seen great benefit derived from them ou account of tbe" relief ttiey so quickly eive tbe sufferer. Tbey find them a very soothing remedy for al
24 February 1894 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

If itoyal revenues seem large, Royal expenses are great. If it be true tbat the few weeks the Queen proposes to spend at Florence and Coburg will cost her £15,000, it must be admitted that her Majesty takes her pleasures dearly. At most of the Congregational churches here an ear
24 February 1894 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England