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01 March 1873 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
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01 March 1873 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
DISTRICT NEWS.

DISTRICT NEWS.

NORMANTON. We ors informed that e bee received from the Local Go kication Bond to the ant that those gentlemen who were successful at the last Local Board election are not thereby disqualified from being elected at the present one. We understand that since the meeting of the Alt
01 March 1873 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
AUSTRAL I A. NOTICE.—Tbe slipper chips of this Line are the largest, fastest., and handsomest in the world, and are

AUSTRAL I A. NOTICE.—Tbe slipper chips of this Line are the largest, fastest., and handsomest in the world, and are

&moue for their unswerving punctuality. the superior way in which they are offloered and appointed. and the celebrity of their passages, which rank amongst the hugest on record. Passengers bolding Victoria Pentane Warrants will be forwarded to Melbourne by these clippers. THE "W
08 February 1862 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
DICNTItaIt Y.

DICNTItaIt Y.

ABEL, Buigeo aWeMint, Leeds and Ilarregatv, begs to state that An tuay bs On., stilted five of once a fortbight at Mr. UNTHANK'S, Chrtaiat, 40, Karkgata, and follows, eie.:-- Wakefield, alternate Fridays, Feb. 14th and 28th. Leeds. at Me Residence, 13, Bond Street Opposite the P
08 February 1862 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
INDIA.

INDIA.

From 'limbo) , we learn that a large gold field has been die/NOVO/A in , the S rothern Mabratta country, and that a company has been formed to work it. The disputed ymati .n nit North Caner* to be Kettle.) at kat, the decision being that the province is to be forthwith oe led by
08 February 1862 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.-.-THCRSDAY.

HOUSE OF LORDS.-.-THCRSDAY.

Their lordships re-assembled at five o'clock. Toe Royal Speech having been read by the Clerk at the Midi., Lord DUFFERIN briefly moved en address in answer.—The Earl of SIIELBURNE seconded the addrem—The Earl of DERBY concurred with the mover and seconder of the address', In the
08 February 1862 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE TICHBORNE CASE.

THE TICHBORNE CASE.

The trial at bar of the claimant to the Tichborne baronetcy sad Wanes was resumed on Monday m the Court of Queen's Beach Westminster, before the Lord Chief Justice, Justioes Mellor and Lush, and a special jury. The Lord Chief Justice informed Mr. Hawkins that be bad at the evide
05 July 1873 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
BARNSLEY. A miner, named Richard Birkinahaw, was accidentally killed in the Agnes Main Pit, Barnsley, on Monday afternoon. STEALING A

BARNSLEY. A miner, named Richard Birkinahaw, was accidentally killed in the Agnes Main Pit, Barnsley, on Monday afternoon. STEALING A

SCYTHE AND POLE.—At the Court-house, on Monday, Alfred Giles, a tramp, was charged with stealing a scythe and pole, the property of George Binns, Ardsley, on the 25th inst. It appeared that Binns on the day earned had been mowing, and left his scythe against a tree, He missed it
02 July 1870 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
PROPOSED NEW WATER SUPPLY FOR

PROPOSED NEW WATER SUPPLY FOR

WAX IRLD. A SCHEME being brought forwarct for supplying Wakefield with something better than the present aqueous liquid, which has been styled the " iron-coloured mixture." A meeting, chiefly of the subscribers to the opposition presented when the present Waterworks Company appl
05 July 1873 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England