The English Provincial Trade - Yorkshire (Not Sheffield or York)

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Re: The English Provincial Trade - Yorkshire (Not Sheffield or York)

Postby dognose » Tue Jul 09, 2019 5:13 am

LEWIS HARRIS

Leeds and Scarborough


ALLEGED FRAUD ON CREDITORS

At Leeds, on Saturday, September 19, Lewis Harris, diamond merchant, formerly of Leeds and Scarborough, and Frederick Harris, medical student, his son, were remanded, charged with having conspired together to defraud the creditors of Lewis Harris, who was also charged with having committed various offences under the Debtors' Act.


Source: The Jeweller and Metalworker - 1st October 1885

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Re: The English Provincial Trade - Yorkshire (Not Sheffield or York)

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S. BARTON

Leeds


An example of the work of S. Barton, a student at the Leeds School of Art:

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This image is from 1916.

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Re: The English Provincial Trade - Yorkshire (Not Sheffield or York)

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W.A. BUTLAND

22, Kirkgate, Shipley


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W.A. Butland - Shipley - 1915

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Re: The English Provincial Trade - Yorkshire (Not Sheffield or York)

Postby dognose » Wed Sep 25, 2019 12:09 pm

W.S. ROBINSON

Richmond


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On the back of the badge is the inscription, — “Chain and Badge of 18 carat gold, purchased by Voluntary Subscription. Richmond, Anno Domini, 1872, Thomas Thompson, Mayor’’ ; and on the back of the central link, — “Executed by W. S. Robinson, goldsmith, Richmond, Yorks.” This remarkable fine example of the goldsmiths and jewellers art was designed and manufactured, at a cost of £250, by Mr. Robinson, who received a special vote of thanks from the Corporation “for the admirable taste, research and judgment, care and industry, shown in the design, workmanship, and exquisite execution of the chain and badge.”

Source: Old Yorkshire - 1889

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Re: The English Provincial Trade - Yorkshire (Not Sheffield or York)

Postby dognose » Tue Oct 01, 2019 3:47 am

JOHN GRIFFITH

57, North Parade, and 71, Otley Road, Bradford


NOTICES OF DIVIDENDS

GRIFFITH, John, 47, Byron-street, and carrying on business at 57, North-parade, and 71, Otley-road, all in the city of Bradford.
JEWELLER.
Court—BRADFORD.
No. of Matter—45 of 1924.
Amount per £—7¼d.
First or Final, or otherwise—First and Final.
When Payable—Jan. 14, 1927.
Where Payable—27, Frederick-street, Birmingham


Source: The London Gazette - 4th January 1927

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Re: The English Provincial Trade - Yorkshire (Not Sheffield or York)

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FATTORINI & SONS Ltd.

Bradford


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Fattorini & Sons, Ltd. - Bradford - 1911

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Re: The English Provincial Trade - Yorkshire (Not Sheffield or York)

Postby dognose » Wed Oct 16, 2019 1:24 pm

JOSEPH TAYLOR

Leeds Bridge and 140, Meadow Lane, Leeds


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Joseph Taylor - Leeds - 1877

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Joseph Taylor - Leeds - 1877

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