Huddersfield Chronicle (06/Apr/1850) - page 1

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Advertisements and Notices

St on aio # TH E.LILL UM IN A-TRE D i No. 6, KRING STREET, HUDD. , seit HESLOP begs to infoge ee Friends arid the Public {4a he: has always on Mii a LARGE ASSORTMENT of LAD and GENTLEMEN'S GOLD and 'SILVER WATOMES. 4 rate workip, and at the lowest Cash PRICES; also a dtge Assortment of CLO jitable for C68, es, Drawing hi ie &e bi ene Of TT, H. takes this opportunity to caution the pe against the very inferic , low-priced Wa off in the various Pers cicals and oener steeper an a itey or z a eae s, and begs to at he kegpe =p9 Onl J 28 he ean with confidence recommend ies ay Ee or much Articles

As the repairing of Foreign Watches has always been difficult to English i Pieien he has ens 'aan frome Paris, who has had considerable experienve in the watch manufactories of (Geneva, that" watch, however complicated and difficult, can be put-in proper repair in the shortest time pusstblen..)

TRE ONLY WORKING-JEWELLER IN THE TOWN KEPT ON THRE PREMISES. . : + SOLE AGENT FOR BRAHAM'S PATENT SPECTACLES. eae 7 SILVER PLATE FURNISHED FOR BANQUETS, DINNER PARTI BS of

NEW CARPE2#T, RUG, DRUGGET, AND GENERAL FURNISHING PSEABIA eb

MANUAESTER WAREHOUSE, MARKET PLAOR, 'BE DDERSFIELD,'

OHN: FOX, (late Evwarp Henewar,) respectfully invites the . ads] Neighbeurhoud beture making their purchases to visit his ar 7 au ro

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Consisting tales cdo. weet pitti eh f Qi we te Tee, ante Beis a Ree a Holleade Table Cloth: @, which will be found to surpass in cheapness ¢ any Goo: ds before offered to the public of fuddowtoll An extensive astortment of SHAWLS, DELAINES AND CASHMERES, SILKS AND COBOURG CLOTHS. Ten cases of SILK UMBRELLAS, a decided bargain, commencing at ¢ Zhree Shillings and. Sixpence.

MANCHESTER WAREHOUSE, MARKET-PLACE.

GRAND TEMPERANCE GALA. VHE Comunittee of the Huddersticld Temperance Society have great pleasure in announcing, that their

THIKD ANNUAL GALA

WILL BE HELD

ON WHIT MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MAY 20th azd 2st, kindly granued by J. Marshall, Esq., situated in HIGH FIELDS, and not in the Cricket Ground, as formerly.

THE CELEBRATED LPAMLEY BAND IS ALREADY ENGAGED FOR THE OCCASION. Tbe ther attractions, whic th will be of an interesting and morai character, will be duly announged. BURMAN AN D CALVERT, 8

FRENCH & ENGLISH PAPER HANGINGS, DEC ORATIVE EAIPTERS, &e., CROSS-CHURCH-STREET, HUDDERSFIELD.

STOCK FROM FORTY TO. FIFTY THOUSAND PIECES,

In aspacious Field,

DEALERS IN

and at the LOLE of their which have been selected from the most eminent Manufacturers p France and

B. and C. return thanks for the very liberal sup; vort with which they have been favour same time hes to inform their Friends and the Public that they hace NOW RECEIVED the W NE Ey PATTERN 3 wr this SEASON, bnwiid. L. & C. ean conStentuy afficn that their STOCK is the most varied and extensive in the Wost Riding, and consegueuily, having hou it largely, they can offer " such PRICES that no House in the Ringdom can surpass. AST OF PRICES, 3d. per yard

Satin Pepe rs frora asi 3 A. #9 wee oll

Fiock Papers. Marble Paper s fur Passages . . Lodging Room Papers froin Five pence P er Piece. N.b. — several Thousand Pisces of last rear's Stock will positively be auld at considerably less than wholesale price.

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LIC ANNOUNCEMENT. Dp J. ROGERS EGS to inform the public, that he has now con:pleted his extensive Alterations, and made his Purchases in the varivuus Markets at such an mmusual advantajre, that ne can confidently pronounce his Steck eplete with every New and Fashionable Assortment of English and Foreizn productions, all of which he can with the wine Coutidence pronounce unequalled for QUALITY, SPLENDOUR, AND PRICE D. J. R. invites particular attention w his MILLINERY, MANTLE, AND BONNET DEPARTMENTS, which are conductec by the most experieoed hands. He has also male such arrangements, that his Establishnient will be in iramediats: receipi of al! the Newest Styles and Fashions, so that Ladics may always see every change that takes place os Inspecting his STOCK, which consists of

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Silxs, Mantles,

Leng and Square Shawls, Black and Coloured Drawn Penny De Lainea, Rice, 'Tusean, and Straw Do. : Prints, Fancy Chip Do. Comurins, ' Boy's Tusean and Straw Hats, Orleans, Bonnet and Cap Ribbons,

Irish and Scotch Linens, Crapes,

Bed Tizks, Flowers,

Linen and Corin Sheetings, Parasols,

Counterpaies, Fringes,

(Checks, Ginghams, and Hulanda, Laces,

Hosiery and Gloves, { Dress Trimmings, And every otler Article connected with the gencral Drapery and Millinery Business.

BONNETS CLEANED ANU ALTERED.

LACE, (ECOND DOOR FROM MARKET WALK,) HUDDERSFIELD,

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AN D UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION, AT 2, NEW STREET, HUDDERSFIELD. {SAMUEL SHAW, having just reti umed from the London, Luton, Dunstable, Manchester, and

'p.) Bradtwrd Morkets, would expecially draw the attention of the Public to his entirely New

STOCK OF SPRING GOODS, ic anprising beantiful assortracnt of MANTLES, which, for Elegance, Style, ana Quality, cannot be surpassed. ; SH AWLS, in rent variety, in Long and Square Bareve. Cashmeres, Paisleys, &c., &e. SILKS, in alfthe Newest "hades of Colours, and a mort. cle sweat Stuck of Fancies ; also, some decided Bargains in Blaek Gros and Satinetts, &e., hich were pote prev toms to the Advance taking place. The general Steck of Dre pery throughout will be fuund well assozted, and at such Prices that canny? fail to give entire eatistaction. _ S.$, would here call pactiedlar attention to his STOCK or BON NETS, in Luton, Dunstable, Rice, Peari, and Twist we, Tusean, C! AD, wid Fancy Straw, which are decidedly Cheap, having been Bought at the very Best and Cheapest I Sardoets, and selcz it very Great care.

5. S. has coustanus on hand a large Assortment of Black Drawn Silk and Satin Bounets. DEA Ww N QONNETS AND MANTLES MADE ON THE PREMISES. also Intely mae great Additions to his Establishr nent, by Mares ing Open a splendid SHOW, ROOM, for the eri Tks. =I awis. Mantles, Bormets, &c., ke MARK THE ADDRESS"! "58, "NEW STREET, HU DDERSFIELS. SAMUEL SHAT, PROPRIETOR.

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JAMES SYKES,

WATCH M A K E R,

JE W ELL E R, &e.,

17, CROSS CHURCH STREET, HI} DDERSFIELD,

FRELUENS his sincere thanks to his Friends and the Public for favours received, and begs to inform them that he has a large Stock of GOLD and SILVER WATCHES, of first-rate Workmanship, which he ovfers as cheap, if not cheaper, than any House in the trade. 8. 3. embraces the present opportunity of stating that he has had considerable Experience in Foreign Watches, and pledges himself to Repair them Accurately, however complicated, at Prices which will give sa ion.

HATS!

HATS!!

HATS!!!

BAYLDON'S FASHIONABLE HAT WAREHOUSE, 387, CROSS CHURCH STREET, HUDDERSFIELD

( r. B. returns his thanks to his friends and the public for the decided over all others, and leave to inform the Public, that he has just receivec

ATS, of every description, of the Newest Shapes.

particularly wishes to make it known to his friends, that his Fancy Hats, in Black and Drab, is of the Newest age, Youths, and Gentleman's siti ond ai at such Prices as never offered to the Public.

pe eference given to his Hats, a@ new assortment of Infants',

LIST OF PRICES: —

Well-made Hats, from 4s. 6d , to 5s. 6d. ; at 6s. and 7s. 6d. ; beautiful Velvet, Fashionable in Shape, and splendid in Colour, warranted to wear well, 'at 8a. 6d., and 10s. A well assortment of French and Satin Velvet Naps, in every Style and strength, at 12s. ; the richest First-class Hats that can be made, complete with every variety of style, and all the new improvements, perfect i in ventilation, having no superior in qualiiy, at any price.

The above List of Prices will be found such as has never befure been offered, and places all Competition at an

BOYS' AND MENS' CAPS AT REDUCED PRICES.

immedlate distance.

M REAT EXHIBITION OF THE WORKS OF INDUSTRY OF ALL NATIONS

1851. 'RUDDERSFIELD FIRST SUBSCRIPTION List.

The Trustees of Sir John W. Ramsden, Bart George Senior and Son

L 100 6 . 100

The Rt. Hon. the Earl of Dartmouth ... 5 W. R. C. Stansfield, Esq., M.P. 00... 10 10 Wm, Willans, Esq., Chief Constable 10 10 Armitage Brothers... ' 20 Brooke, John, and Sons ... 20 Brook, Joseph, Sons, and Golden .. 20 Brook, Charles, andSon «ssi... 20 Brook, Jonas, Brothers 20 Crosland, George, and Sons 20 Firth, Thomas, Toothil ..0 2.0... 20 Mallinson, George, and Sons ... 20 Norton, Joseph . fin we 20 Schwann, Frederick}... ses aes ae 20 'Bentley and Shaw... o.oo 20 Starkey Brothers 2.000. 0... 20

Tolson, James, and Sons . 20

Workmen at Messrs. John Brooke & Sons' . 21 Armitage, Richard, and Co 1U Barnicot and Hirst ... .. 19 Butterworth and Sens 10

Brook and Freeman ... Hastings Brothers

10 10

Hinchhif, J. and G. ... 10 Lowenthal Brothers ... vee awe «LO Oldtield and Aan ... see ee «LOT Shaw, David, Son, and Co v 10 Shaw, J. W. and A wee 1 Wrigley, J. and T, Co. 10 19

Wrigley, John, and 'Sons Batley, Joseph wea sae

Charleswo: th, Henry "

Eastwood, Jobn, and Sons

Huth and Fischer :

Kaye, Joseph ...

Kiiner, Mellor, and Co. ne ee ae Learoyd, William, jun. 2... 0. ee Semon, Siltzer and Co. "ines Shaw, James, and Co. 'Taylor, HB. Thornton, Firth, 'and Cn.. Milner and Hale... wee Midgeley Bz others we Porritt, B., jun., and Vo. John North see kw

Samuel Routledge oo cagsccsessocesesozceessoceessnezescesoesesoee™

John Day and gon J. and J. Kenyon Bentley and Son... .. Kendal, David, and Co. Hist, Henr Ss aed Co. Laycock, J. eae Jacomb, we ru Stavenhager, Edward G Dransfield, Harrop Dranstield, H. ... Kilner, William, and Son. U James Mitchell . 'a Q b. B. J, Jobnson « z nad Sons ..

J. C. W. Brooks and Co, vee Swallow and Brierly ...

Floyd, C.5

France, Ww.

Batley, Joseph, jun.

Brook, Joseph '

Brook, James

Robinson, Henry..

Senior and Liddell

Boscowitz, David 18 Greenwood, William 'Willans wee Hathorn, Alexander .. wee Cooper, DAL ee eee Hebblethwaite, J. Hoo... Hirst, Samuel wae a aS Hobson, Joshua ..

Hornblower, William

Rhodes, G. W.

Starkey, 2 Wanem."

Dyson, J. and L....

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Robinson, William

Sykes, John... 2.00 0. ee

Thomas Firth, Jun. ... .

Taylor, Dr. ... .

Holreyd, Godfrey

Win. Atkinson

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Taylor, Anne... ke ee

Dr. Turnbull . wee —

Wm, Wooffenden...

John H. Walker "te 10 Comber, Henry ... 10 Howell, Samuel ... . 10 Hiley, Samuel 10 Platis, Joseph 10 Feil, Robert... ... 10 Philippi. Augustus, and Co. 10 Shaw, Samuel . 10

Watkinson, W. ..-

Wells, Jabez

Fryer, Henry

Battye, T. a

Brook, Jobn.. we

Lockwood and Cook

Dyson, Daniel ... ... ... Beaumont, Thos. Fred. .

David Parkin »(W rigley' 3 Wares souse)

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Falkner and Jowett 5 Heslop, Richard... 5 Mills, Joseph 5 Robinson, Josh, eee 6 Spurr, John... ee cee ee a Swift, Joseph. bese eee 5 Wrigley 5 Hellawell, Jobn . bee eee 3 iley, Geo... eee eee 2 Flockton, Thomas see uae 2 Kaye, R.H... 2 Geo. Hiley 2 Barnett, John 2 01

Taylor, Anne... Suibaerptions will he receiv od "by the 'Chief Constable, Joseph Brook, Esq., Mr. C. W. Sikes, of the Huddersfield Banking Company, and by

J, C. LAYCOCK,

JOSH. SHAW, Hon. FREDERICK GREENWOOD, Secs.

WILLIAM HASTINGS, Committee Room, April Sth, 1850.

VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY, AT NAB, IN MIRFIELD.

Me MOORE, WILL SELL BY AUCTION, a at the House of Mr. William Armitage, the Castly HALL Ixy, in Mirtield, in the County of York, on MONDAY NEXT, the 8th of April, 1850, at Six o'clock in ths Evening, Two excellent MESSUAGES or D\WELLINGHOUSES, situated at Nab, in Mirtield aforesaid, with ths Mistal, Piggeries, Yard, Garden, and other Conveniences thereto belonging.

And, also, TWO CLOSES OF LAND adjoinin: thereto. called The Little Lonylands, and ihe Croft, containin, 2a. 2R. OP., more or less, now in the vecnupations of Joseph Berry and John Berry, or their Under-tenants

This small, but compact Estate, is pleasantly si tuate at Nab, in Mirfield aforesaid, and is admirably adapted for a Country Residence, for a gentleman doing business in any of the surrounding Towns of Huddersfield, Halifax. Wak: field, Leeds, or Bradford, being within a few Minute." Waik from. the Mirfield Railway Station, from which ther is frequent Communication Daily with all those Towns.

The Dwelling-ho-ses front tothe South, are well supplied with Fixtures and other Conveniences ; nave an ebundint supply of Water by a Pump on the Premises ; and ths entire Property presents an eligible opportunity of Investment to the Smail Capitalist.

Further particulars may be obtained, on application at the Offices of B. Cbapwick, Svlicitor, Dewsbury.

Dewsbury, 20th March, 1850.

METHODIST NEW CONNEXION BAZAAR, HUDDERSFIELD.

"TSE public are most respectfully informed that a BAZAAR will be held in the PHILOSOPHICAL Hatt, Huddersfield, on TUESDAY the 23rd day of April, 185 0, and the two following days. The proceeds to be appropriated to the liquidation of the debt on the Circuit Houses.

Tuesday will be the day of Inspection, and will be open from ll a.m. to 7 p.m.. Wednesday and Thursday will ho the davs of sale, the doors will be open each day at 11 o'clock a.m,

The followme Ladies will preside at the stalls : —

Miss Crosland, of Crosland Lodge.

Mrs, Thomas, and the Misses Crosland of Paddock.

The Misses Sy kes, of Lindley.

Mrs. C. Smith, . ind the Misses Smith, of Mold-gveen.

Mrs. Balmo, and Mrs. Robinson.

Mrs. Roberis, and Mrs. Arthineton.

Mrs. Hirst, and Mrs. Collins, Huddersfield.

Mrs. G, and Mrs. James Sykes, of Broai Gates.

Mrs. Carter, and Mrs. Wood, of Paddock.

A Plant Stall is expected tnder the superintendance of Messrs. Wm. Roberts, and Charles Wm. Smith.

A Refreshment Stall will be provide-lon Wednes lay ant Tharsday, under the superintendance of Mrs. Ge OTE Crosland, of Crosland Lodge, and Mrs, Joshua Crosland, of Paddock.

An etficient BAND of MUSIC will be in attendance.

The prices of Admissien will be 2s. on ('Tuesday th: Show Day,) Is. on Wednesday, and Ga. on Thursdar. Children admitted at half-price. :

Contributions of Fancy, C "sefa), and Ornamental Ae wel oy Plants, Flowers, &c., or donations in Money, are fess outfally solicited, and nay be ferwarded to tha Rov. W: n. Salt's, South Parade, not later than the 20th of April, 1830.

By Order of the Committee, JABEZ BR OOK, Seeretavy.

HUDDERSFIELD

MECHANICS INSTITUTION FREDERICK SCHWANN, Esq., PRESIDENT.

HE Committee of the Huddersfield Mechanics' Institution having received notice to quit the premises, which they now occupy, have thought it best, in order tu avoid the expense and inconvenience of any fiture removal, to purchase an eligible Building in Queeu-sirees, which, with certain alterations, at the cost of about 1,590/, will supply the present wants uf the Institution, and leave room tor more extensive accommodation: and as it is desirable that its operations should not be impeded by on™ debt, the Cornmittee make this public appeal to the frien 1: of popwar education in the town and neighborrhowi, hoping to clear off the Purchase Money by voluntary Con tribations. It is proposed to vest the Building in Trusiees, to be chosen amongst the principal Sub :eribers.

The Committee trust that the strictly educational character of the institution, and the beneficial inthuer.ce whieh it is calculated to exercise over the minds and morals of t!: rising generation, combined with the efforts which are nox making in the Chemical Classes, and in the School of Design, to qualify young men for the scientitic and pract: cal work connected with the trade and industry of the district, will he sutficient to recommend their appeal to general sympathy and support.

The folowingsubscriptions have already been promised :

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Sir Jobn W. Ramaden, Bart. i . 200 9 W. BR. C. Stansfield, Esq. M.P., §0 a F. Schwann... .. .. 206 William Willans)... . 20 Geo. Maliinson and Sons 20 40 T. P. Crosland oo 20 f Edmund Eastwood... we 0) 6 Nowell Brothers... i 20 John Firth and Sons, Manufacturers. . Www a Jos. Senior, Dalton ves wee 10 8 Jas. Shaw, "Merchant 19 6 J. W. and H, Shaw 1 6 Fischer and Hui}:, Mer chants 10 a

Wright Mellor, Ditto ... 2... Godtrey Binns, Sheepridge ... 'a Wm. Kaye and Son, Clayton Weat Joshua Kaye, Manufacturing Shamniot Joseph Batley, Armitage Fold ... Thomas Firth, Tea Dealer... ...

JI,&T. C0. W rigiey, Merchants

Wm. Hirst... ws

George Norton, Clayton West

Robert Butterworth and Sons

W. P. England, Bay Hall

Henry Roebuck, Printer

Stead and Marsden... eee eas David Midgley, Merchant 1.00.0. oe J. Whittaker, Ditto... ween Joseph Arthington, Brass Founder...

W. Moore, Postmaster . we

— Bienkhorv, Brewer ...

Geo. Hall, Chemist

J, Brierluy, Merchant , .

Godtrey Sykes, Manufacturer

Chas. Hirst, Wovistapler

Henry Hirst, Dict»

Richard Heslop, Silversmith —

J.& H. Liddell. Siecmakers

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