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HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. FOXHOUNDS.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. FOXHOUNDS.

Monday ...... Jan. 1 -11. 0. Jan. 2-11. .Bentley Village TburaUay Jan. 4-11. U. saturoav ...... Jan. 9. Bretiun Great Houston Jan. 1-11. 0. Wodntaday*,"..'. Jan. 3-IL 0. Friday Jan. 5-1 L 0. ... Ma'iiilty liall .., I’cpper Arden Monday Jan. I—lL 0. Tunaday Jan. S-11. Wednesday..
01 January 1900 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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01 January 1900 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A HOPEFUL VIEW OF HIS PROSPECTS.

A HOPEFUL VIEW OF HIS PROSPECTS.

HOPEFUL VIEW OF HIS PROSPECTS. READY TO STRIKE \ SORTIE FROM MAFEKING. Lti|li> fIXUSAID TO RE WOUNDED. from Camp after„ Mr IJennett Uorfcigh reviews the (tenoral "'luon in very hopvfal vein. point. ihat the Boon, in Natal ate bem ,l„ lv hut surely driven hack. «n<l predicts !h Mo
01 January 1900 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE SORTIES FROM LADYSMITH. REPORTED OF A BOER

THE SORTIES FROM LADYSMITH. REPORTED OF A BOER

POSITION. (central sews telegram.) Chieveley Camp, Saturday. 8..T0 a.ui. A native who has just been brought into this camp by one of our mounted patrols states that General White made a successful sortie on Friday morning against a strong position held the Boers. The position wa
01 January 1900 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE BOER OUTRAGES ON THE RED GROSS FLAG.

THE BOER OUTRAGES ON THE RED GROSS FLAG.

THE BOER OUTRAGES THE RED GROSS FLAG. The correspondent of the Press Association, who was present at Modder River engagement, has paid brief visit Cape Town, and writing from Cape Town, Dec. 0, he says tho battle will be historic on account wonderful heroism of British soldiers.
01 January 1900 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDS RIFLES AND THE WAR.

LEEDS RIFLES AND THE WAR.

An order ha* been issued by the adjutant of the Leed* Rifles (Capt. G. F. Phillip*) stating that names of N.C.O.’s and men, wishing to rolunteet for active service, must be registered the orderly room without delay. The order explains that it is expected that no one will be acce
01 January 1900 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
t I'ITtRUKAD HOW, LEU>S.

t I'ITtRUKAD HOW, LEU>S.

I'ITtRUKAD HOW, LEU>S. AESD ILLUSTUATEII CATALOGUE tHEE. NOTES. v.„ , n.T i- K„„ month, ul I tin I'* ps-wd. *»< l r.nrll.v lb. ..me number comn-.t 1e..l Northern I'umtolr. who |.r„lons esert.on, .to ,0,1 „t April. The lime i. .ppropn.lo for re„r,me the pronto, of -to «.me from Se
01 January 1900 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SWLVTON v. WARRISI.^ON,

SWLVTON v. WARRISI.^ON,

Fin® weather favoured this . Swinton, and 5.000 Attended. The honu -• ~,0,. ». ta<-ke<C and Davies stored try. took the and Sherwood j,* ji nB for tlmm. In the acoond half Ha*-, second try for Swinton, who won
01 January 1900 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE.

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE.

STEADY AND FIRM TONE: PRICES HIGHER.
01 January 1900 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE YORKSHIRE

THE YORKSHIRE

with co new features to affect opinion. The undertime was linn, and prices hardened little during the day under m.derate purtlmci to cover “bear engagements. Tire cadi market was firm and higher, with holders reserved, and Western movement quite raiderale. This strengthened futu
01 January 1900 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England