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ARMT EUGBY.

ARMT EUGBY.

It i, Quite impossible prospect., match between the Ist and, the 2nd Leicestera would rather Just now. All the latest ** transfers from India avow that the 2nd Battalion XV. the finest the Army; but the Ist Battalion last werft, Army Cap match, managed to beat the Aldershot A.B.
21 November 1910 - Athletic News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
GAMAGES

GAMAGES

for Everything for Football FmUmII Goal Tilt “lUftrtt." Tho Rugby or Association. Stout Perfect shape. Ij»t« longer than any other make strong serviceable bail, complete with before bring made. N 0.3 .. .. «». »d. N 0,4 , .. Bs. 84. : ,4 No. Match Ml* -- Bs. Bd. 0., Postage r H»«
21 November 1910 - Athletic News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WEAK TIRED NERVOUS Sboold send lor Valuable Pamphlet, expias al! Nerrooa and Deracsesacnu.. \,ir. and jU eubaequeofc ceoito-uricary trouble .

WEAK TIRED NERVOUS Sboold send lor Valuable Pamphlet, expias al! Nerrooa and Deracsesacnu.. \,ir. and jU eubaequeofc ceoito-uricary trouble .

. EiMTCPfefally treated witboat the use ato»r*3c MeaHcinesor Eleotricity. The method and wilt c-cr. « perfect and The Pamphlet revised, and in »u‘» advanced the «•’bject. logctliei » hundreds Racant Taatlmoahala Okow.ng , j. cures. Sent iu sea.eu pofet Irw. 2 nampa—E. NORTON. 59
21 November 1910 - Athletic News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FIRST MEETING IN NEW HALL.

FIRST MEETING IN NEW HALL.

The first public mocting was held in the New Albion Congregational Lecture Hall on Thursday night. There was a large attendance, which included J. Watt, J.P. (in the chair). Others present were the Rev J. Gardner, the Rev F. Lenwood (chairman of the Yorkshire Congregational Unio
18 November 1910 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
IN PYJAMAS AND BLANKET.

IN PYJAMAS AND BLANKET.

CURIOUS HULL SIGHT. ket, Arthur Roberts looked a curious figure Hull Police Court this morning, stood the dock, charged with being drunk and «fi»- orderly. A policeman said found the prisoner only partially clothed running along c® Thursday. was drunk and disorderly. Prisoner: I
18 November 1910 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
a special meeting the School lie tl in Queen Hotel on Thursday night, the following team was selected to represent

a special meeting the School lie tl in Queen Hotel on Thursday night, the following team was selected to represent

the Hull boys, against the Leeds boys, at Leeds, November ?,6th: —Barlow (St. Charles); (St. Marks), Gibson (Lime-street), Jewitt (St. Marks), and Fleming (Lincoln); Waters (Lincoln), and S' v (Blenkin); forwards selected from Foster (Buckingham), (Lincoln), (Blenkin), Atkinson
18 November 1910 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
AFTER OFFICIAL HOURS.

AFTER OFFICIAL HOURS.

Ato hi mips 106'«, Canada;, 200 "jj. Eries 1-16, Lotiisvilles , Misbnuri 35 va, Reading:. "78 South Com 28; *8. 182 i. South Pac y?,. Steel Com >k. Anacondas 8-Hi T'mtOh 70'j>, E. Bands Coldfieids Johnnies 11 9-16, Randfnntein Rand Mine* 7-32. Chartered 6d, Tanks 6 19-32. 9d.
18 November 1910 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
BETTERS TO EDITOR. PLATERS' HELPERS. THE EDITOR THE " DAILY "MAIL." Sir, —I beg differ with what an East Hull

BETTERS TO EDITOR. PLATERS' HELPERS. THE EDITOR THE " DAILY "MAIL." Sir, —I beg differ with what an East Hull

correspondent wrote in last night's issue the "'Daily Mail," concerning the platers' helpers in , East Hull. the first instance the platers' ' helpers were all locked out, at Earle's Shipyard, least, by notice being published. I am one of the 80 who was not offered employmnt, an
18 November 1910 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
IMMINGHAM DOCK. HOW

IMMINGHAM DOCK. HOW

IS DEVELOPING. (SPECIAL FOR THE "DAILY MAIL.") Our North Lincolnshire representative again visited the the Immingham Dock this week, travelling by the Grimsby and Immingham Light R,l;lwa.y from I've wij*>. Tho lines for the Electric Railway appear all laid, and the standards for
18 November 1910 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
HOW THE LUNGS BECOME DISEASED

HOW THE LUNGS BECOME DISEASED

THE HAWKING AND COUGHING THAT DESTROYS THE TISSUES OF THE LUNGS, AND MAKES THEM WEAK AND SORE. What you want something to stop the cough and soothe the throat and breathing Nothing compares with Veno's Lightning Cough Cure, relief comes instantly and cure follows. All over the c
18 November 1910 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England