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29 July 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
BRABSO

BRABSO

GIVES A CLEAN ■EIGHT POLISH. LEAVES CIEA3E.
29 July 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1913.

TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1913.

29 July 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TO-DAY 8 YORKSHIRE BRIDE,

TO-DAY 8 YORKSHIRE BRIDE,

Empire Photo. A«ency. Miss Margaret Rouse, Firby Hall, Bedale, whoso wedding to Mr. J. Graham-Clarke was arranged to tako place to-day. v v v> *'
29 July 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MODERN WOMAN'S DRESS.

MODERN WOMAN'S DRESS.

The true inwardness of the particular fashions which have adopted from France is to be found in the fact (says a writer the " World "), that Paris steadily grows more determined that, far it lies within her power, the same wardrobe shall only possible for the fewest consecutive
29 July 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
DRIVING HARD BARGAINS.

DRIVING HARD BARGAINS.

"If the men want to drive hard bargains with* then shall do the same them, and shall get a fair return for our money well ascuttingy all their little privileges." The half-holiday which the men are being demand a very vexed question with farmers, aw' likely be a serious bone con
29 July 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BOOKS DESTROYED.

BOOKS DESTROYED.

Have you made any bad debts since January 1 last year?— Yes. What thoy amount to?—£800 or £4OO. All his books prior to January, 1912, were destroyed He could not swear to the accuracy of a balance-sheet prepared at the end of 1911. which showed a surplus. He admitted ho improper
29 July 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WANTON DAMAGE BY DEWSBURY LADS MOTHER WHO THOUGHT HER BOY WAS AT BUNDAY SCHOOL.

WANTON DAMAGE BY DEWSBURY LADS MOTHER WHO THOUGHT HER BOY WAS AT BUNDAY SCHOOL.

Dewsbury, to-day, Mark Thompson, Garden Terrace, Ravensthorpe, and Horace Price, Huddersfield Road, {tavensthorpe, were charged with doing malicious damage. They scaled high wall the river aide, and forced entrance to the mill premises of Messrs. Cox Bros., cloth manufacturers,
29 July 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BEGGING AFTER SPENDING £lB5.

BEGGING AFTER SPENDING £lB5.

BEGGING AFTER SPENDING At Halifax today, Harry lUingworth, 52, wood sawyer, was charged with begging. was stated that 18 months ago, defendant while following his occupation wood sawyer Pudsoy, had the misfortune have the fingers of his right hand accidentally cut off. He receive
29 July 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England