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MR. CASEY AND ECONOMY.

MR. CASEY AND ECONOMY.

Mr. I'. W. Casey, Itel.P. for Attercliffe, addressed his constituents last evening in the Darnall Public Hall, Sheffield. He declared that if taxation was to be reduced, this was only possible by chopping off many items of expenditure regarded as essential to the well-being of t
01 February 1921 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
NICHOLSON, BARBER & HASTINGS, F.A.I.

NICHOLSON, BARBER & HASTINGS, F.A.I.

THIS DAY, AT 12 NOON. SMNIVILMD HORSE REPOSITORY, WAINGATE. lIORSES, VEHICLES. and HARNESS, including strong BAY COB. 7yrs.. 15 hands: BROWN MARE, Byrs., 16.1: CRESTNUT HORSE, 61114, 15.3; 3 BROWN PONI E S ; GREY MARE, 15.3; 5 HARD-WORKING HORSES, 15.2 to 16.3; and 15 other HORS
01 February 1921 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THIS DAY. AT 4 PROMPT.

THIS DAY. AT 4 PROMPT.

____• T . OCA L STOCKS AND SH A RES, At the AUCTION SHARE MART, High Street. Full part le ula r:4 in last Saturday's papers and Lista of NI( 7'H CI - BARBER and HASTINGS, F. A. I. THURSDAY. AT L ON VIEW TO-MORROW AT THE MART, 2. RICH STREET. SHEFE 1_ ELI). IN THE, EsTATF, OF A G
01 February 1921 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SALES BY MESSRS. WALKER & SONS

SALES BY MESSRS. WALKER & SONS

YORK HORSE REE'OSITORY. THURSDAY NEXT, AT 12 NOON. yrESSRS. WALKER and SONS will SELL by LTA- AUCTION on 'THURSDAY NEXT, February 3rd, a 12 noon, about 40 HUNTERS. HARNESS & DRAUGHT HORSES. Etc., including:- 6 DRATTGFPT HORSES from Mr. Fred Wright. 2 HUNTERS feum Major K. A. Pli
01 February 1921 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
2 sURPLUS ARMY HORSES.

2 sURPLUS ARMY HORSES.

Fr.riher entries received up to 2 p.m. to-morrow (Wedrclay , . Catalogues (3(1.) forwarded on apphcation.
01 February 1921 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
INTERNATIONAL AMBITIONS.

INTERNATIONAL AMBITIONS.

• Further evidence was given in the Farrow's Bank case at the Guildhall Police Court, London, yesterday. The accused, Thomas Farrow (58), managing director of the bank, William Walter Crotch (46), director, and Frederick Duncan Hart, auditor,, are charged at the Instigation of t
01 February 1921 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
TERRITORIAL FORCE.

TERRITORIAL FORCE.

, Recruiting Progress in the West Riding. A NEW CAMPAIGN. The unsatisfactory rate of progress in the recruiting for the Territorial. Army was the subject Of serious consideration at a meeting of the West Riding Territorial Association, held at York yesterday. under the preside-n
01 February 1921 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
DERELICT MOTOR-BOATS.

DERELICT MOTOR-BOATS.

Captain and Crew of Steam Yacht Awarded Salvage. Captain Reginald Terrell, M.P. for Henley, as owner of the pleasure steam yacht, Bantam, and the master and the crew of that craft, were claimants for salvageremuneration in a case which came before Sir Henry Duke, in the Admiralt
01 February 1921 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
A STOLEN STORE.

A STOLEN STORE.

At Brieriev Hill. Staffs, yesterday, a platelayer in the employ of the Great Western Railway Company. named Thomas Mills, was charged with stealing eighteen bottles of whisky and a quantity of wearing apparel. Prisoner had been employed by the company for 30 years, and it was st
01 February 1921 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE WANDERLUST.

THE WANDERLUST.

Man Who Could Not Tolerate Humdrum Existence. In the Divorce Court . yesterday, E . XI. Locke, of 62, St.' Charles Square, Notting Hill, was granted a decree for the restitution of conjugal rights to be obeyed ih 14 days. Mrs. Locke :.aid she was married in 1906 in South Africa.
01 February 1921 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England