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EXTRAORDINARY FATALITY.

EXTRAORDINARY FATALITY.

Mr. Heury Collins, a retired supervisor, liviw in Stamford*, wont out of hn house on Saturday by the hack door, and stepping, in the darknes* on to the decayed woodwork covering a blind w e 'j' fell into the hole, which waa 30ft. deep. younge.-t daughter, aeed 25, who ran out on
29 December 1900 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CHRISTMASTIDE IN LEEDS.

CHRISTMASTIDE IN LEEDS.

The weather is not a great factor in the holiday arrangements of the multitude at this season of the year, inasmuch as the majority are prepared, if necessary, to spend the time indoors. Nevertheless, the spell of spring-like, bright weather has been very acceptable to the thous
29 December 1900 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
QRINSTEAD'S UMBRELLA FACTORY, THE AECADE, LEEDS (Third Shop from Top). UMBRELLAS BE-COVEBED EN HALF-AN HOUR AT WHOLESALE PBICES. Repairs Attended

QRINSTEAD'S UMBRELLA FACTORY, THE AECADE, LEEDS (Third Shop from Top). UMBRELLAS BE-COVEBED EN HALF-AN HOUR AT WHOLESALE PBICES. Repairs Attended

to Immediately LARGEST and CHEAPEST STOCK OF UMBRELLAS in LEEDS. See Windows. THE SAFEST MEDICINE FOR Bilious and Liver Complaists, Indigestion, Wind, Spasms, Foul Breath, Nervous Depression, Loss of Appetite, Irritability, Lassitude, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Lowness of Spirits, Gi
29 December 1900 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Shortly after eleven o'clock on Friday night

Shortly after eleven o'clock on Friday night

» fire broke out at the works of the Leeds Fire Cl»7 Company, Oldfield-lano, Wortley. The outbreak was due to an overheated furnace, and the n^? and roof at one end of the building were destroyed. The damage was comparatively slight. TTairdrPHsprH I Tobacconists Commencing- See D
29 December 1900 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Vinton's (late Morton's) Agricultural Almanac for 1901 is produced on the lines that for a long period have made it

Vinton's (late Morton's) Agricultural Almanac for 1901 is produced on the lines that for a long period have made it

so well known as a year book for landowners and practical farmers. A prominent feature consists in a large collection of statistics and other official information whioh it contains. The lists ot societies embrace all the leading institutions dealio/Z with agriculture and stock b
29 December 1900 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDS RESERVISTS' FAMILIES.

LEEDS RESERVISTS' FAMILIES.

There are over a thousand families of Leeds Reservists serving in South Africa now under the care and supervision of the Lady Mayoress of Leeds (Mrs. Gordon) and her ladies' committee. On Thursday, for the first time, Mrs. Gordon was obliged to disappoint an applicant for clothi
09 June 1900 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
"SPORTING" COMPETITIONS.

"SPORTING" COMPETITIONS.

At the Mansion House, London, yesterday, Ernest Major Caxton and William Brooks were further remanded, charged in connection with the alleged bogus skill competitions in tbe "Sports Review." John D. Pennell, a clerk, who said his name was advertised as a winner of
09 June 1900 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MRS. GLADSTONE'S ILLNESS.

MRS. GLADSTONE'S ILLNESS.

Tbe report of Mrs. Gladstone's condition on Wednesday stated :—" Mrs. Gladstone is having better nights and is more conscious." She was visited in the afternoon of tbat day by Drs. Dobie and Fraser, and after their consultation the following additional bulletin was issued: —"Mrs
09 June 1900 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CONSTIPATION.

CONSTIPATION.

At this season of the year constipation is very prevalent, aud to all who suffer, Chaa. Forde's Bile Beans for Biliousness are to bo highly recommended. Acting as they do directly on the liver and bowels, they strengthen and restore these organs to their natural action. By takin
09 June 1900 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
KILLED BY LIGHTNING.

KILLED BY LIGHTNING.

The south-west of Ireland was visited on Sunday by a violent thunderstorm, accompanied by a deluge of rain. Three women and a man were killed by lightning at Waterville, co. Kerry, and the village church was struck and b'dly damaged. Further loss of life is reported in the outly
09 June 1900 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England