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SNOW HINTS AT WHITE WEDDING

SNOW HINTS AT WHITE WEDDING

Weathermen, Cautious, Say Royal Ceremony too Great Event to make Hasty Forecast \ countrywide falls «* first snow of winter fell OT ™ C f in the southern half of England asking, "What is it going to like for the Koyat sT/Se father V occasion must be as accurate a& li, , make a m
18 November 1947 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
DID AS WIFE SAID, WON £7,218

DID AS WIFE SAID, WON £7,218

RTON *??,°°»Wln ) ' He3S,e fl "as won by b h ecause his wife. few *o give X »»em a few he his e form," V Plained tok*l*r££* a " all k" confesses Ws nothing \ football and 18 their first
18 November 1947 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
PETITION AGAINST SECTION RESULT

PETITION AGAINST SECTION RESULT

Two-vote Hull Defeat h l a, i M understands that a petition S? ««d against the result of the Hull municipal election. Following \ ,|f forri "iber 1, it was announced tha anr?iH the Municipal Association W » ,ost on, votes a !Jr * caniL W!tn Coun - M|, Shepperdson, th til ate. we
18 November 1947 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
SUGAR TAKEN FROM DOCK

SUGAR TAKEN FROM DOCK

At Hull Police Court today Frank Tindall (48), Harewood-ave., Hull, was fined for stealing 81b. of sugar, the property of the Ministry of Food, from the Victoria Dock. A charge of receiving the sugar against Shigayoski Hanzaki (49), Fletchergate, Hedon, was dismissed under the P
18 November 1947 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
BEDON COLDEN WEDDING

BEDON COLDEN WEDDING

Mrs Mag*Th Th their t ° da >' he golden ° ulevar d, the BOSK'S two
18 November 1947 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 

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Vivid Colour

Vivid Colour

More decorations went up along the royal wedding route today Splashes of vivid odour made by flags and bunting . appeared and M sweep u g s h y am fixing e ornamental Parliament-st. end Most of tne decorated . offices are alreaay The Ministry of Heaim scarlet and gold dr De yell
18 November 1947 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
FIRE ON SHIP BOUND FOR HULL

FIRE ON SHIP BOUND FOR HULL

While loading tinned meat for Britain in Buenos Anes harbour, fire broke out board the 7.142-ton Canadian steamer WithrowPark. A«ei firemen had fought the blaze for several hours the fire was put out but important damage is feared to have been done the cargo by fire and water. T
18 November 1947 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
AT THEIR DANCE

AT THEIR DANCE

Among those present at the United Premier Recreation Club annual dance at sev5 ev « er,e rd. Baths were Mr and Mrs W. E. Waterhouse, Mr and Mrs C. Vis, Mr and Mrs R. Waterhouse, Mrs M. Arundel, Mr and Mrs W. M. McNicol and Mr and Mrs G. Smith.
18 November 1947 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
FOOD FLEET ON WAY TO BRITAIN

FOOD FLEET ON WAY TO BRITAIN

A FOOD fleet is bringing 40,000.000 eggs to Britain. The cargo vessel Royal Star has arrived at Liverpool from Vancouver with 17,500.000 eggs, 1,500 cases of salmon, 1,900 cases of orange juice and nearly 20,000 cases of fresh pears. Other ships in or due at the port during the
18 November 1947 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
ANOTHER BUDGET IN JANUARY?

ANOTHER BUDGET IN JANUARY?

"The fact that we are faced with an interim Budget at all is because the Finance Bill passed in April now lies in ruin," sa id Lt.-Comdr. G. Braithwaite, speaking in the debate on the Budget proposals in the House of Commons. Looking through the proposals of last Wednesday, ther
18 November 1947 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England