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gublk fiotkts. rj-HEATRE ROYAL, BRADFORD. LAST FOUR NIGHTS OP MISS EMILY SOLDENE AND COMPANY. This Ev-xivo (Wednesday), and To-mobkow (Thubsdat)

gublk fiotkts. rj-HEATRE ROYAL, BRADFORD. LAST FOUR NIGHTS OP MISS EMILY SOLDENE AND COMPANY. This Ev-xivo (Wednesday), and To-mobkow (Thubsdat)

(First time in Bradford), ' LA JOLIE PAEFUMEUSE. Fbidat, Grand Fashionable Night, for the BENEFIT Ow MISS SOLDENE. ■*■»■__ OF GENEVIEVE DE BRABANT Satubdav— LA FILLE DE MADAME ANGOT Band. Ballet, and New Scenery. AMGOT - Places booked at Mr. D'Este's, New Ivegate. From the Gbbat
11 August 1875 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

OUR DETECTIVES. TO THB EDITOR OF THE BBADFOBD OBSERVES. SIR, — I was present to-day in the magistrates' room in toe Town Hall on the hearing of a case of indecent assault on a little girl, which, being scarcely fit for open court, was heard in private. The first witness called w
11 August 1875 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
WORSTED COMMITTEE.—In pursuance of an Act of Parliament passed in the 17th year of the reign of bis Majesty King

WORSTED COMMITTEE.—In pursuance of an Act of Parliament passed in the 17th year of the reign of bis Majesty King

George the Third, for the more effectually preventing frauds and abuses committed by persons employed iu the manufactures of combing wool, worsted yarn, and goods made from worsted, in the connties of York, Lancaster, and Chester, 1 do, by order of the Chairman of the last Quart
04 September 1862 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
Furniture, Carpets, and Bedding, Carriage Free,

Furniture, Carpets, and Bedding, Carriage Free,

LEWIN CUAWCOUB and CO. completely furnish DRAWING-ROOM, in Elegant Stylo for 28 Gnineas; A DINING-ROOM for » Guineas; and A Beet BEDROOM for Guineas. These Goods are remarkable for their cheapnere and superiority; see our illustrated catalogoes, containing 880 engravings, forwar
04 September 1862 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
THE TEETH.

THE TEETH.

nouLsn sxd portcTrax ATnxnucn a* BRADFORD— Every Thursday, at Mr. John Pollard’s, S3, Darley Street. , ~ HUDDERSFIELD— Every Friday, at Mias Boothroyd,, Old Post-office. New Street. , „ , HALIFAX—Every Saturday, at Mrs. Parkins, 23, Wade Street. SCARBOROUGH— Every Monday and Tue
04 September 1862 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 

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Commercial Sales.

Commercial Sales.

Bradford wool sales.—The' Next of these Selea it feed far Monday, September 1S«, •* * ** P;™ - ' •* the Bradford Sale Booms. S9, Well Sheet. The reduced tariff of terms can bad on application to the undersigned. Consignments received to three days prior to sale. J. BUCKLEY SHARP
04 September 1862 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
BRADFORD.

BRADFORD.

ADDRESS. MARTIN. Subobow Dbetis*, • 40, SHIES STREET. FOUNTAIN STREET, WILLIAM BIEKETT, 92, LEEDS ROAD (Opposite Eut Parade), Teeth, 2s. fid. each, Seta, 255. each. Teeth for the Poor, at Is. each. MR. PARSONS, Consulting and Mechanical Dentist, 15, Mahob Row, Bbadjobd. Abtiti
04 September 1862 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
THE BRADFORD OBSERVER, SEPTEMBER 4, 1862. CORPORATE TIPPLING AT MERRY CARLISLE.

THE BRADFORD OBSERVER, SEPTEMBER 4, 1862. CORPORATE TIPPLING AT MERRY CARLISLE.

Tna eaae of Bre«eh «. Porter wm heard in the County Court, Carlisle, last weak. It was action in which Mr. Breach sued Mr. Porter for £1 75., the amount doe for wine served to the Major's committee, November, 1800, while waiting in the Citadel Station to receive the Empress of t
04 September 1862 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
THE MONETARY PRESSURE..—MEASURES.OF GOVERNMENT,

THE MONETARY PRESSURE..—MEASURES.OF GOVERNMENT,

THE MONETARY PRESSURE..— MEASURES OF GOVERNMENT, Thb Chancellor of the Exchequer propounded his views of the monetary pressure in the House of Common, on Tuesday, and announced the intentions of himself and bis colleagues. This gave rise to a long and spirited debate, which was a
02 December 1847 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
TTARP for Sale, cheep, Ererd & Co.; fit for » -La- caatle. Apply *0« Uuecn Bjuaro, Leeda.

TTARP for Sale, cheep, Ererd & Co.; fit for » -La- caatle. Apply *0« Uuecn Bjuaro, Leeda.

25 September 1878 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England