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" Oh! " she cried, in a wild fright. " You've been lolling yourself." She helped him to his chair,

" Oh! " she cried, in a wild fright. " You've been lolling yourself." She helped him to his chair,

and be dropped into it, heavily. She brooded over him as the mother orcor a sick child —quit*, anxious, stricken. " Hush!" he said, feebly. "No fuss, Nell. Liston," he smiled faintly; " I won! " And ha made her sit down in the revolving chair while be told bar his story. As she
02 February 1917 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
RED-LETTER DAT. Tour of Black Dike Nib. By the Calmat A. Fools. OM writs(' of this article was privileged to

RED-LETTER DAT. Tour of Black Dike Nib. By the Calmat A. Fools. OM writs(' of this article was privileged to

she extrineie Black Dike Mills, where be commenced to work as a boy 63 years ago On arriving at the work/ an Friday last I was kindly by Colonel Foster, who. after a far of welcome, sent for one feu- . the foremen. and re.roased him to show me round the work•, white 1 ran testif
02 February 1917 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
£1149110 0 0

£1149110 0 0

752,809 11 Current, Depresit and Other Anenunta Acceptances on behalf of Customers .443,448 15 2 ASSETS. C d. By Caah on hand and with the Bank of England, Agents and Broken. 1,920,231 18 8 at call and short notice Investments:— British War Securities. India and Colonial Governm
02 February 1917 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
LASTING GOOD

LASTING GOOD

—not merely a temporary relief front pain or disicomfort—is what Beecham's Pill, will bring to you if you will give them a fair trial and take them in aceordance with the directions. The purpose for which Wm popular preparation is designed is not only to relieve the disagreeabli
02 February 1917 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
JEWS AND PALESTINE.

JEWS AND PALESTINE.

At the Jewish Institute, Bra 'ford. on Sunday night Mr. F.C.Kramritch (the Serbian Consul in Bradford). in the course of a lecture on Serbia, said that Serbia was one of the few State* that treated the Jews with freedom and respect and allowed them full human rights "At the pres
02 February 1917 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 

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dose by it. hidden by some bushes. About 12 p.m. up tame two bank One came to the buck and the other went down towards my rump. I shot the one at the buck. I was then not more than five yards away. but I did not kill it, however. I got in another shot at about two yards range. T
02 February 1917 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
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15 September 1916 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
THE GREAT

THE GREAT

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15 September 1916 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
LL D 1 ILOAD WORKS A 11613.

LL D 1 ILOAD WORKS A 11613.

About nine p.m. nti Friday large people basing ‘anous Ipbees of entertainmeni were attracted by • but blase in the neighbourhood of Leeds Road. It am tbas an outbreak o f tire had caviare, at premises of Mr. P. H. Fletcher. taker up sod parker. situated in .....ter Street. Alder
15 September 1916 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
A SORT OF HANDYMAN,

A SORT OF HANDYMAN,

Mr. Turner, of Birmingham, who appeared to prommoute for the Railway Company, said the accused had been in the employ of the Midland Railway Company since June Ist 1915. He was engaged at that time as • sort of handyman, but be made himself so useful that before long be was entr
28 April 1916 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England