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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WHITBY, or. SATL' RDAY. September 15lh hirnuiii.' It. in WKitl.v at 7.30, Crosinont 7.48, Extun rn.r .'. (•- isUale 7.68, Lealholm B.r, Dani.y 8.15, »'.itl..n L.20, Moke-liy 8.51 p.m. See bills. ■^ i.K<i|;i,E S. CIBB, Ceneral Manager, York. VORTH -EASTERN Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    12.35 p.m.. &c., for STOKESLEY, CASTLE- TVS DANBY, LEALHOLM. GLAISDALE. EGTON BRIDf-E, GROSMONT, and WHITBY, on THURS- DAY, September 19th. returning from Whitby at 6.40, Grosmont 6.53, Egton Bridge 7.3, Glaisdale 7.8, Lealholm 7.15. Dan by 7.25, Castleton 7.30, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rooms, kitchen, pantry, five bed-rooms, wash-house, with good water supply ; gardens, orchards, and several outbuilding-. J W. Harrison, Underpark, Lealholm. 25 TO Let.- Small, semi-detached Villa, containing two cutting rooms, two kitchens, five bed-rooms, etc. ; close to Redcar Subscribers-only content

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    X rooms, kitchen, pantry, five bed-rooms, wash-house, with good witter supply; gardens, orchards, and several outbii-ding-. J W. Harrison, Underpark, Lealholm. 25 TO Let.- Smail, -emidetaohed Villa, containing two sitting rooms, two kitchens, five bed-rooms, etc. ; dose to Redcar Subscribers-only content

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    kitchen, pantry, live bed rooms, wa_sh-hou_k* wilh g.io-l water supply ; gardens, orcliards, and several outbuildings. J W. Harrison. Underpark, Lealholm. co ri.O l.'A. with immediate possession. Houseard Shop, JL 85, Linthorpe-road, Middiesbrough, The Ma- __c' ; suitable for a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    probability of I lie proposal being favourably entertained. A Lealholm cctTespondent writes: - On Mon- day Mr J. Calvert was fishing with the fly a little below ihe bridge at Lealholm. While he was in the act of canting a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    support. The singular spectacle of a heifer suckling a foal may be seen at the farm of Mr Readman at Lealholm. Ono of hi? mares had a foal recently, but refused to suckle it or let ii approach ber. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yesterday at Whitby County Court, before his Honour Judge Raikee, Mr George Thompson, auctioneer, Whitby, sued Mr Wm. Eddowes, of Lealholm, for £1 Is 9d for goods scld. Mr Phillips, solicitor, Whitby, appeared for the plain- tiff. It transpired that Subscribers-only content

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    a,J d T. Hancock, r-aitbnrn-by-the- Sea-F. Lier >:», »V. Coates, and W. Taylor. Eston Jff:*.liaui I'ltlfl ftQ d Arthur Williams. Lealholm d'sno'i- 'i-or^o Hebron. Great Avton - W. Snow- ooa eui tt". Sandereon. Pembro - L. Thompson. iSoatis Church- Ales Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. The South Durham foxhounds will meet on Monday, Jan. 28, at Thorp ; on Wednesday, ! Jan. 30, at Kelloe; on Friday, Feb. 1, at New- | biggm- at 10-45 each day. The Cleveland Foxhounds Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Richardson. Langbaurgh ; 3, Thos. Kirby. Two-year-old heifer, in calf or milk: Joseph Richardson, Potto Hall; 2, Robert Harrison, Lealholm ; 3, S. Wright- son, Stokesley. One-year-old heifer: J. and J. L. Nicholson, Broughton ; 2, G. Wren, Redca Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was held on Friday, before Mr Bedwell the Judge. Mr James Elliott, farmer, V\ aupley, sued Mr John Atkinson, farmer, Lealholm, to recover £26 15s for gaitings for a number of horses, cattle, and sheep. Mr Thornton, of Whitbv, was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. D. Petch ; 2, Mr M. Budsdale. Heifer in calf, the property of a tenant- farmer: Mr B. Harrison. Lealholm; 2, MrW. D. Petch. Heifer caU, under 12 months old, the pro- perty of a tenant-farmer : Mr B. Subscribers-only content

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    Tbomas Walker, Spring House, Loftus ; the Rev. H. S. Hildyard, Loftus ; Dr. Laverick, Hinderwell ; and Mr Harrison, Lealholm ; John Robinson, Marske ; William Sivers, Roecliff, Lottos; John Hall, Loftus; and/ Christopher Jackson. L fe he class Subscribers-only content

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    Petch, Skelton. Clasß 2. - Bull calves not exceeding twelve months: 1, M. Rndsdale, Danby Grosmont; 2, Robert Harrison, TJnderpark Lealholm; 3,C. A. Emmerson, Esq., Easby Northallerton. Class 3. - Short-horned cow in calf or milk f 1, John Bentley, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tea, pro- vided by the farmers' wives.-a sale of work, and a cricket match between Lythe and an eleven from Lealholm and Ugthorpe, won by the latter. A ball was held at night. Serious Charge Against two Ibish Gentusman.- Dr. Subscribers-only content

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    small s re ?t : h *}*'* 2 > M * Kudsdale. Cottager's pig: W. Smith, Skelton; 2, George Branch, Lealholm. Hobses.- Cleveland mare: T. and G. Codling, Mickleby; 2, A. E. Pease, Pincbingthorpe. Two years old Cleveland filly; Bobert Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The following were their awarda : -Hunting colts: 1, J. Welford, Lythe; 2, Thomas Pruddom, Barnby; 3, W. Feather- stone, Lealholm. Hunting fillies : 1, M. Stone- house, Dunsley ; 2, J. Sanderson, Liverton ; 3, J. Hindson, Ugtborpe. Coaching Subscribers-only content

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    Blightly injured. Skippen was conveyed to tbe hospital. Feb&kttino Extraordinary. - A few days ago whilst Mr Harrison, of Underpark, Lealholm, was ferietting for somo rations ha approached one burrow which was \ery heavily tracked. Immediately after putting the lenet Subscribers-only content

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    J. B. Mudd, Kasb-,. Long Woolled or Leicester Sheep. - Tnu Limb : JK Harrison, Lealholm; 2, J. l;. Mud-1, Eaabv. bhearling tup :K. Harrison, Lealholm; 2, J. h Miidd ; 3, JE. I'ierson. Bronghton. Two years old ( r Subscribers-only content

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