London Gazette (06/Oct/1908) - Huddersfield

At the Court at Balmoral, the 26th day of September, 1908.

PRESENT, The KING'S Most Excellent Majesty in Council.

Whereas two-thirds of the Council of the county borough of Huddersfield on the fifteenth day of January, one thousand nine hundred and eight, agreed to petition, and the Council of the said borough thereupon petitioned His Majesty for an alteration of the number and boundaries of the wards of the said borough;

And whereas His Majesty has been pleased by and with the advice of His Privy Council and in pursuance and in exercise of the powers vested in His Majesty by "The Municipal Corporations Act, 1882," to fix the number of wards into which the county borough of Huddersfield shall be divided, and to order and direct that the said borough shall thenceforth be divided into fifteen wards, which Order was made on the ninth day of April, one thousand nine hundred and eight;

And whereas on the twenty-ninth day of April, in the year last aforesaid, the Right Honourable Herbert John Gladstone, one of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, did duly warrant and appoint me, Samuel Pope, Esquire, Barrister-at-Law, a Commissioner to prepare a scheme for determining the boundaries of such wards and for apportioning the Councillors of the said borough among such wards.

Now I, the said Samuel Pope, in pursuance of the powers given me by virtue of the said appointment, under the said Act, do hereby determine as hereinafter mentioned the boundaries of the said fifteen wards into which the said borough is divided, which wards are hereinafter named and numbered as follows (that is to say):—

  1. Longwood Ward.
  2. Lindley Ward.
  3. Birkby Ward.
  4. Fartown Ward
  5. Dalton, Bradley and Deighton Ward.
  6. Marsh Ward.
  7. Paddock Ward.
  8. West Central Ward.
  9. North Central Ward.
  10. South Central Ward.
  11. Moldgreen Ward.
  12. Almondbury Ward.
  13. Newsome Ward.
  14. Crosland Moor Ward.
  15. Lockwood Ward.

And where in the following descriptions of the ward boundaries (so far as such descriptions do not refer to the borough boundary) a street, road, footpath or fence is given as the boundary of a ward, the boundary is to be taken as the centre of such street, road, footpath or fence, and where any street or road is described as joining another street or road, the point of junction is to be taken as the point at which lines drawn along the centres of the two streets or roads, and continued, would intersect each, other, and a point described as being opposite a street or road is to be taken as opposite the centre of the street or road.

And where a river or stream is given as the boundary of a ward, the boundary (except where it refers to the borough boundary) is to be taken as the medium filum of such river or stream.

And where reference is made to the borough boundary, the already determined boundary line of the borough is meant.

And in the event of any discrepancy between the map and the description, the Ordnance Survey Map (2nd Edition, 1906-7) shall prevail.


No. 1. — Longwood Ward.

I do hereby determine that Longwood Ward shall comprise so much of the county borough of Huddersfield as lies within the following boundary:—

Commencing at a point on the northerly boundary of the said borough at the junction of Lindley Moor Road and Weather Hill Road, thence proceeding in a north-westerly, south-easterly and south-westerly direction along such boundary line to a point in New Hey Road near its junction with Royal George Road, thence in an easterly and south-easterly direction along the same, boundary line to a point in the River Colne 17 yards west of Lower Bank House Mill, thence in a north-easterly direction along that river to its junction with the stream which runs along the west side of Johnny Moore's Hill and Clough Road, thence in a northerly direction along the course of the said stream to Paddock Head, thence in a westerly direction along Quarmby Road to its junction with Longwood Road, thence along that road, Vicarage Road and Thornhill Road to a point 33 yards south of its junction with Ballroyd Clough Road, thence in a north-westerly direction by an undefined straight line to the south-east corner of the public recreation ground, thence along the south-west side of such recreation ground to Longwood Edge, thence along Longwood Edge to the public footpath at a Point about 200 yards north-west of Haugh's Lane, thence in a northerly direction along such public footpath to New Hey Road, thence in a westerly direction along that road for a distance of 45 yards, thence in a northerly direction along another public footpath to Hill Top Road, thence along that road to its junction, with Crosland Road, thence along that road to its junction with Lindley Moor Road and thence in in a north-easterly direction along that road to the point first above described.

No. 2 — Lindley Ward.

I do hereby determine that Lindley Ward shall comprise, so much of the said borough, as lies within the following boundary:—

Commencing at a point on the northerly boundary of the said borough at the junction of the two unnamed roads leading to Grimscar Foot at Reap Hirst, thence proceeding in a westerly direction along such boundary line to the junction of Lindley Moor Road and Weather Hill Road, thence in a south-westerly direction along Lindley Moor Road to its junction with Crosland Road, thence in a southerly direction along, that road to its junction with Hill Top Road, thence along that road to the public footpath leading to New Hey Road, thence along that footpath to New Hey Road, thence in an easterly direction along that road for a distance of 45 yards, thence in a southerly direction along another public footpath to a point in Longwood Edge about 200 yards north-west of Haugh's Lane, thence in a south-easterly direction along the said Longwood Edge to the south-west corner of the public recreation ground, thence along the south-west side of such recreation ground for its whole length, thence along an undefined straight line to Thornhill Road at a point 33 yards south of its junction with Ballroyd Clough Road, thence along the said Thornhill Road and Vicarage Road to a point in the latter road opposite the north corner of the Longwood Vicarage grounds, thence in a north-easterly direction along a well-defined fence for a distance of about 90 yards to the angle in Cliffe Lane, thence along that lane to its junction with Quarmby Road, thence across that road and along Reinwood Road to New Hey Road, thence in a south-easterly direction along that road to its junction with Thornhill Road, Lindley, thence in a northerly direction along that road to its junction with Halifax Road, thence in a south-easterly direction along that road to its junction with Brian Road, thence in, a north-easterly and northerly direction along that road to its junction with Birkby Road, thence along that road to its junction with Reap Hirst Road, thence along that road to its junction with the road leading to Grimscar Foot, and thence along the said road leading to Grimscar Foot to the point first above described.

No. 3 — Birkby Ward.

I do hereby determine that Birkby Ward shall comprise so much of the said borough, as lies within the following boundary:—

Commencing at a point on the northerly boundary of the said borough in Lightridge Road 140 yards south-east of its junction with Jilley Royd Lane, proceeding thence along such boundary line in a south-westerly direction to the junction of the two-unnamed roads leading to Grimscar Foot at Reap Hirst, thence in a southerly direction along the road leading to Reap Hirst Road, thence along that road to its junction with Birkby Road; thence along that road to its junction with Brian Road, thence in an easterly direction along Birkby Hall Road to Birkby Lodge Road, thence in a south-easterly direction along that road to its junction with Blacker Road North, thence in an easterly direction along that road to the north corner of the cemetery, thence in a south-easterly direction by a public footpath to the east corner of the cemetery, thence in a north-easterly direction along an intended new road past St. John's Church to St. John's Road, thence across that road, thence in a north-easterly and easterly direction along Willow Lane to its junction with Halifax Old Road, thence in a north-westerly direction along that road to its junction with Yew-street, thence in a north-easterly direction along that street, Spaines Road and Wasp Nest Road to its junction with Bradford Road North, thence in a northerly direction along that road to its junction with Harry Lane, and thence in a north-westerly direction along that lane and Lightridge Road to the point first above described.

No. 4. — Fartown Ward.

I do hereby determine that Fartown Ward shall comprise so much of the said borough as lies within the following boundary:—

Commencing at a point at the junction of Chestnut Street and the road leading to Fieldhouse, thence proceeding in a westerly direction along the said Chestnut-street to its junction with Sheepridge Road, thence in a south-westerly direction along that road to its junction with Ash Brow Road, thence in a westerly and north-westerly, direction along that road to its junction with Bradford Road North near the New Inn, thence in a southerly direction along that road to its junction with Wasp Nest Road, thence in a south-westerly direction along that road to its junction with Spaines Road, thence along that road to its junction with Yew-street, thence along that street to its junction with Halifax Old Road, thence in a south-easterly direction along Halifax Old Road to its junction with Bradford Road, thence across that road and along Willow Lane East and Hillhouse Road to Leeds Road, thence across that road and along Thistle Street to St. Andrew's Road, thence across that road and along Hebble Beck to its junction with the River Colne, thence in a north-easterly direction along the said river to a point where the proposed new road in continuance of Old Fieldhouse Lane will meet the said river, thence in a north-westerly direction along the said proposed new road, Old Fieldhouse Lane and the road leading to Fieldhouse to the point first above described.

No. 5. — Dalton, Bradley and Deighton Ward.

I do hereby determine that Dalton, Bradley and Deighton Ward shall comprise so much of the said borough as lies within the following boundary:—

Commencing at a point on the north-easterly boundary of the said borough at the junction of the River Colne and the River Calder and proceeding in a north-westerly, westerly and south-westerly direction along such boundary line to Lightridge Road, thence in a south-easterly direction along that road and Harry Lane to its junction with Bradford Road North, thence across that road, thence in a south-easterly and easterly direction along Ash Brow Road to its junction with Sheepridge Road, thence in a north-easterly direction along that road to its junction with Chestnut Street, thence in an easterly direction along that street to its junction with the road leading to Fieldhouse, thence in a south-easterly direction along that road to its junction with Old Fieldhouse Lane, thence along that lane and the proposed new road in continuation thereof to the River Colne, thence in a south-westerly direction along the said river to a point therein near Read Holliday and Sons Limited Works, 120 yards below the weir, thence in an easterly direction along an undefined straight line to Kilner Bank Road at a point opposite the public footpath leading to Dalton Fold, thence along the said footpath to Dalton Fold, thence in a south-easterly direction along Dalton Fold Lane to Little Carr Green Lane, thence in a southerly direction along that lane to Long Lane, thence in a north-easterly direction along that lane and Briggate to Briggate Bridge, thence in a south-easterly direction along Lees Head Beck to the borough boundary and thence in an easterly and northerly direction along the said boundary line to the point first above described.

No. 6. — Marsh Ward.

I do hereby determine that Marsh Ward shall comprise so much of the said borough as lies within the following boundary:—

Commencing at a point at the junction of Halifax Old Road and Willow Lane, thence proceeding in a westerly and south-westerly direction along that lane to St. John's Road, thence across that road and along the proposed new road past St. John's Church to the east corner of the cemetery, thence in a north-westerly direction along a public footpath to the north corner of such cemetery, thence in a south-westerly direction along Blacker Road North to its junction with Birkby Lodge Road, thence in a north-westerly direction along that road to Birkby Hall Road, thence in a westerly direction along that road to its junction with Brian Road, thence in a southerly and south-westerly direction along that road to its junction with Halifax Road, thence in a north-westerly direction along that road to its junction with Thornhill Road, thence in a southerly direction along that road to its junction with New Hey Road, thence in an easterly direction along that road to its junction with Luck Lane, thence in a southerly direction along that lane to its junction with Jim Lane, thence in a south-easterly direction along that lane and Dingle Road to its junction with Heaton Road, thence in an easterly direction along that road to its junction with Gledholt Road, thence in a northerly direction along that road to its junction with West Hill, thence in a south-easterly direction along the said West Hill, Trinity Street and West Parade and Westgate to a point in Westgate opposite the easterly boundary wall of the Huddersfield Railway Station, thence in a north-easterly direction along the said easterly boundary of the said station and railway to a point where such railway crosses over Bradford Road, and thence in a northerly direction along that road to the point first above described

No. 7. — Paddock Ward.

I do hereby determine that Paddock Ward shall comprise so much of the said borough as lies within the following boundary:—

Commencing at a point at the junction of Heaton Road and Gledholt Road, thence proceeding in a westerly direction along the said Heaton Road to its junction with Dingle Road, thence in a north-westerly direction along that road and Jim Lane to its junction with Luck Lane, thence in a northerly direction along that lane to its junction with New Hey Road, thence in a north-westerly direction along that road to its junction with Reinwood Road, thence in a south-westerly direction along that road to its junction with Quarmby Road, thence across that road and along Cliffe Lane to the angle in that lane, thence along a well-defined fence to Vicarage Road, opposite the north corner of the Longwood Vicarage grounds, thence in a south-easterly and easterly direction along that road, Longwood Road and Quarmby Road to Paddock Head, thence in a southerly direction along the stream which runs along the west side of Clough Road, and Johnny Moore's Hill to its junction with the River Colne, thence in an easterly direction along that river to the westerly side of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Viaduct, thence in a north-easterly direction along the westerly side of that viaduct to Longroyd Lane, thence in a northerly direction along the east side of the Triangle at Paddock Foot, and thence along Gledholt Bank to the point first above described.

No. 8. — West Central Ward.

I do hereby determine that West Central Ward shall comprise so much of the said borough as lies within the following boundary:—

Commencing at a point at the junction of West Parade and Upperhead Row, thence proceeding in a north-westerly direction along the said West Parade, Trinity Street and West Hill to its junction with Gledholt Road, thence in a southerly direction along the said road, Gledholt Bank and the east side of the Triangle at Paddock Foot to Longroyd Lane, thence in a south-westerly direction along the westerly side of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Viaduct to the River Colne, thence in an easterly direction along that river to Folly Hall, thence in a north-easterly direction along the said Folly Hall and Chapel Hill to its junction with Buxton Road, thence in a westerly direction along South Parade to its junction with Manchester Street, thence across that street to its junction with Upperhead Row, thence in a northerly direction along the said Upperhead Row to the point first above described.

No. 9. — North Central.

I do hereby determine that North Central Ward shall comprise so much of the said borough as lies within the following boundary:—

Commencing at a point at the junction of Hebble Beck with the River Colne, thence proceeding in a north-westerly direction along the said Beck to St. Andrew's Road, thence across, that road and along Thistle Street to Leeds Road, thence across that road and along Hillhouse Lane to its junction with Willow Lane East, thence along that lane to its junction with Bradford Road, thence in a southerly direction along that road to the easterly boundary of the railway, thence in a south-westerly direction along the easterly side of the said easterly boundary of that railway and the Huddersfield Railway Station, to a point in Westgate opposite the easterly boundary wall of the said station, thence in an easterly direction along Westgate to its junction with John William Street, thence across that street, thence in an easterly and south-easterly direction along Kirkgate to its junction with Old Post Office Yard, thence along the south side of that yard to Castlegate, thence in a southerly direction along Castlegate to its junction with Dock Street, thence in an easterly direction along that street and an undefined straight line in continuation thereof and across the canal to the towing path, thence in a northerly direction along that path to Turnbridge Road, thence in an easterly direction along that road and an undefined straight line in continuation thereof to the River Colne, and thence in a northerly direction along that river to the point first above described.

No. 10. — South Central Ward.

I do hereby determine that South Central Ward shall comprise so much of the said borough as lies within the following boundary:—

Commencing at a point in the River Colne opposite an undefined straight line in continuation of Turnbridge Road, thence proceeding in a westerly direction along that undefined straight line and Turnbridge Road to the canal towing path, thence in a southerly direction along that towing path to a point opposite an undefined straight line in continuation of Dock Street, thence in a westerly direction along that undefined straight line and across the canal and along Dock Street to its junction with Castlegate, thence in a northerly direction along Castlegate to its junction with Old Post Office Yard, thence in a westerly direction along the south side of that yard to its junction with Kirkgate, thence in a north-westerly and westerly direction along the said Kirkgate to its junction with John William Street, thence across that street and along Westgate to its junction with Upperhead Row, thence in a southerly direction along that row to its junction with Manchester Street, thence in an easterly direction across that street and along South Parade to its junction with Buxton Road and Chapel Hill, thence in a south-westerly direction along Chapel Hill and Folly Hall to the River Colne, and thence in an easterly and north-easterly direction along that river to the point first above described.

No. 11. — Moldgreen Ward.

I do hereby determine that Moldgreen Ward shall comprise so much of the said borough as lies within the following boundary:—

Commencing at a point on the easterly boundary of the said borough at the junction of Lees Head Beck and Roundwood Beck, thence proceeding in a north-westerly direction along the said Lees Head Beck to Briggate Bridge, thence in a south-westerly direction along Briggate and Long lane to its junction with Little Carr Green Lane, thence in a northerly Direction along that lane to its junction with Dalton Fold Lane, thence in a north-westerly direction along that lane to Dalton Fold, thence in a westerly direction along a public footpath to Kilner Bank Road, thence along an undefined straight line to a point in the River Colne near Read Holliday and Sons Limited Works, 120 yards below the weir, thence in a south-easterly and south-westerly direction along that river to the weir at King's Mill, thence in a south-easterly direction along an undefined straight line to the junction of Squirrel Ditch and Longley Hall Beck, thence in an easterly direction by another undefined straight line to the southerly end of Dog Kennel Bank Lane, thence across the said Dog Kennel Bank Lane, thence in an easterly and south-easterly direction along a well-defined fence to Penny Spring Beck at the westerly corner of Penny Spring Wood, thence in a north-easterly direction along that Beck to Somerset Road, thence in a southerly direction along that road to Kidroyd Lane, thence in a north-easterly and northerly direction along that lane to Almondbury Bank, thence in a south-easterly direction along the said Almondbury Bank to its junction with Bank End Lane, thence in a northerly and easterly direction along that lane to Bank End Cottage, thence in an easterly direction .along a well-defined fence, across Fleming House Lane and Penistone Road to the borough boundary at Fenay Beck at a point about 150 yards south of Wakefield Road, and thence in a northerly direction along the said boundary line to the point first above described.

No. 12. — Almondbury Ward.

I do hereby determine that Almondbury Ward shall comprise so much of the said borough as lies within the following boundary:—

Commencing at a point on the easterly boundary of the said borough at Fenay Beck about 150 yards south of Wakefield Road, thence proceeding in a westerly direction along a well-defined fence and across Penistone Road and Fleming House Lane to Bank End Cottage, thence in a westerly and southerly direction along Bank End Lane to its junction with Almondbury Bank, thence in a north-westerly direction along the said Almondbury Bank to its junction with Kidroyd Lane, thence in a southerly and south-westerly direction along that lane to Somerset Road, thence in a northerly direction, along that road to Penny Spring Beck, thence in a south-westerly direction along that beck to the westerly corner of Penny Spring Wood, thence in a north-westerly and westerly direction along a well-defined fence to the southerly end of Dog Kennel Bank Lane, thence across the said Dog Kennel Bank Lane and along an undefined straight line to the junction of Squirrel Ditch and Longley Hall Beck, thence in a north-westerly direction along another undefined straight line to the weir in the River Colne at Ring's Mill, thence in a westerly direction along the said river to its junction with the River Holme, thence in a south-westerly direction along the said River Holme for a distance of 490 yards, thence in a south-easterly direction along an undefined straight line to a point in Cross Lane opposite the eastern corner of the cricket ground 50 yards north of the "Crimea Inn," thence in a north-easterly direction along that lane to its junction with Primrose Hill Road, thence along that road and Stile Common Road, to its junction with Tunnacliffe Road, thence along that road to its junction with Newsome Road, thence in a southerly direction along that road to the public footpath opposite Nook, thence along that public footpath to Jack Royd Lane, thence in a south-easterly direction along that lane and High Lane to its junction with Hall Bower Lane, thence in a south-westerly direction along that lane to another public footpath at Hall Bower, thence in a south-easterly direction along that public footpath to Ashes Lane at a point near Catterson, thence in a south-westerly direction along that lane to another public footpath at a point about 30 yards north of Castle Houses, thence in a south-easterly and south-westerly direction along that public footpath to the borough boundary at the west end of Roaf Wood, and thence in a north-easterly and north-westerly direction along the said boundary line to the point first above described.

No. 13. — Newsome Ward.

I do hereby determine that Newsome Ward shall comprise so much of the said borough as lies within the following boundary:—

Commencing at a point in the River Holme 490 yards south-west of its junction with the River Colne, thence proceeding in a south-westerly direction along the said River Holme to the borough boundary at Dungeon Mill's, thence in a south-easterly direction along the said boundary line of the said borough to a point in the said River Holme 120 yards north of the Queen's Square Mill, thence in a north-easterly direction along the same boundary line to a point at the western end of Roaf Wood, thence in a north-easterly and north-westerly direction along a public footpath to a point in Ashes Lane 30 yards north of Castle Houses, thence in a north-easterly direction along that lane to a public footpath near Catterson, thence in a north-westerly direction along that footpath to Hall Bower Lane, thence in a north-easterly direction along that lane to its junction with High Lane, thence in a north-westerly direction along that lane and Jack Royd Lane to a public footpath at Jack Royd, thence in a northerly direction along that footpath to Newsome Road at Nook, thence along Newsome Road to its junction with Tunnacliffe Road, thence along that road to its junction with Stile Common Road, thence along that road and Primrose Hill Road to its junction with Cross Lane, thence in a south-westerly direction along that lane to a point therein opposite to the eastern corner of the Cricket Ground 50 yards north of the "Crimea Inn," and thence in a north-westerly direction along an undefined straight line to the point first above described.

No. 14. — Crosland Moor Ward.

I do hereby determine that Crosland Moor Ward shall comprise so much of the said borough as lies within the following boundary:—

Commencing at a point in St. Thomas's Road opposite the fence forming the eastern boundary of the fair ground, thence proceeding in a westerly direction along that road to the River Colne at Longroyd Bridge, thence along that river to a point therein 17 yards west of Lower Bank House Mill at the Borough boundary, thence following the line of the borough boundary to the junction of Woodside Road and the road leading to the western entrance of Beaumont Park, thence, in a north-easterly direction along the said Woodside Road to its junction with Dryclough Lane, thence in a north-westerly direction along that lane for a distance of about 506 yards, thence in a north-easterly direction along the wall on the north side of the quarry and along Rough Lane to its junction with Moor End Road, thence in a northerly direction along that road to its junction with Nabcroft Lane, thence across that lane, thence in a north-westerly direction along a well-defined fence to the westerly end of Whitehouse Road, thence in a north-easterly direction along that road to its junction with Park Road, thence across that road and along the road on the south side of Rehoboth Chapel, and thence along Yews Lane and Yews Hill Road to the westerly end of Rashcliffe Hill Road, thence in a north-westerly direction along the westerly end of the property in Rashcliffe Hill Road to the rear of that property, thence in a north-easterly direction along the rear of such property to a point opposite the fence forming the eastern boundary of the fair ground, and thence in a northerly direction along that fence to the point first above described.

No. 15. — Lockwood Ward.

I do hereby determine that Lockwood Ward shall comprise so much of the said borough as lies within the following boundary :—

Commencing at a point in the River Colne opposite its junction with the River Holme, thence proceeding in a north-westerly and westerly direction along the said River Colne to Longroyd Bridge, thence in a south-easterly direction along St. Thomas's Road to a point therein opposite the fence forming the easterly boundary of the fair ground, thence in a southerly direction along that fence to the rear of the property on the north side of Rashcliffe Hill Road, thence in a south-westerly direction along the rear of that property to the westerly end thereof, thence in a south-easterly direction along the westerly end of such property to Rashcliffe Hill Road, thence in a south-westerly direction along Yews Hill Road and Yews Lane to its junction with the road on the south side of Rehoboth Chapel, thence along that road to its junction with Park Road, thence across that road and along Whitehouse Road to the westerly end thereof, thence in a south-easterly direction along a well-defined fence to Nabcroft Lane, thence across that lane, thence in a southerly direction along Moor End Road to its junction with Rough Lane, thence in a south-westerly direction along Rough Lane and the wall north of the quarry to Dryclough Lane, thence in a south-easterly direction along that lane to its junction with Woodside Road, thence in a south-westerly direction along that road to; its junction with the road leading to the western entrance of Beaumont Park at the borough boundary, thence along the boundary line of the borough to the River Holme at Dungeon Mills, and thence in a north-easterly direction along that river to the point first above described.


And I do hereby further declare that the wards hereinbefore determined and defined are shown upon the plan hereunto annexed and signed by me and that the said boundaries of the said wards are clearly set forth thereon.

And I do hereby assign and apportion three Councillors to each and every of the said wards as follows, that is to say:—

To Longwood Ward.

Councillors:— Henry Lawley, Jabez Henry Shaw, William Eastwood.

To Lindley Ward.

Councillors:— Ben Bottomley, Thomas William Barnes, William Pickles.

To Birkby Ward.

Councillors:— James William Earnshaw Seaton, George Hesketh, Ernest Shaw.

To Fartown Ward.

Councillors:— Arthur Edward Townend Hinchcliffe, Thomas Sparrow Sparke, George Thomson, J.P.

To Dalton, Bradley and Deighton Ward.

Councillors:— James Henry Noble, Law Taylor, Charles Thomas Ernest Haigh.

To Marsh Ward.

Councillors:— John Sugden, J.P., John Quarmby, Ernest Herbert Sellers.

To Paddock Ward.

Councillors:— Lewis Ellis, John William Lawton, James Schofield.

To West Central Ward.

Councillors:— Elliott Hallas, Albert Whitworth, William Henry Murgatroyd.

To North Central Ward.

Councillors:— Alfred Beevers, Enoch Heppenstall, Ernest Alexander Beaumont.

To South Central Ward.

Councillors:— Joseph Berry, William Joseph Barras, James Albert Woolven.

To Moldgreen Ward.

Councillors:— Charles Frederick Sykes, J.P., John Dawson, James Tetlow.

To Almondbury Ward.

Councillors:— Joseph Walker, Fred Lawton, Squire Padgett.

To Newsome Ward.

Councillors:— George Frederick Spurdens, James Taylor, William Wheatley.

To Crosland Moor Ward.

Councillors:— George Henry Beaumont, Benjamin Riley, Edmund Swallow.

To Lockwood Ward.

Councillors:— Harry Thomas, John William Mallinson, Carmi Smith.

Dated this first day of September, one thousand nine hundred and eight.

Samuel Pope, Commissioner.

Now therefore, His Majesty, by and with the advice of His Privy Council, doth hereby approve of the said Scheme of the said Commissioner, and doth order the same to be published in the London Gazette accordingly.

A.W. FitzRoy.


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