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25 August 1913 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
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25 August 1913 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
The Second Control Reached.

The Second Control Reached.

To the accompaniment of cheers from thousands of people, Mr. Hawker continued his journey, and rose to a great height before reaching Brosdatairs. wads lying in the harbour sounded their oryrens to speed the plucky airman. The weather was beautifully and the sea calm. The aviato
25 August 1913 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
BOURNEMOUTH FESTIVAL. TYKES TAKE THE FIELD AFTER

BOURNEMOUTH FESTIVAL. TYKES TAKE THE FIELD AFTER

TIRING JOURNEY. [By Our Special Cricket Reporter.) Bournemouth. Monday. Travellers declare that Monte Carlo and other pleasure haunts are very beautiful, but Bournemouth, a s the Yorkehiremen its day, is sufficiently lovely—crowded with gear dressed visitors and a very riot of c
25 August 1913 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
DRIVTON INJURED.

DRIVTON INJURED.

Denton had retired before the fan of the first wicket with a bed finger, Dirties taking him place. The injury was through being hit be Faulkner at Harrogate. and it *as just in keep;pg with the fine traditions of Hampshire cricket that Birth/ allowed to take Henton's place as a
25 August 1913 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 

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ARE YOUR TRUNKS ALL RIGHT ? NEW STOCK OF DRESS BASKETS, CABIN TRUNKS, WEEK-END CASES. GLADSTONE BAGS, SUIT CASES, KIT

ARE YOUR TRUNKS ALL RIGHT ? NEW STOCK OF DRESS BASKETS, CABIN TRUNKS, WEEK-END CASES. GLADSTONE BAGS, SUIT CASES, KIT

BAGS, AT REASONABLE PRICES. Repairs of all kinds. HARRY GREENWOOD, 34, BULL GREEN, HALIFAX.
4 August 1913 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
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12 August 1913 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
NEW BRIOHOUSE OOMPANY.

NEW BRIOHOUSE OOMPANY.

Hirst Brothers and lions, Limited. have been registered ma a private mammy, with • capital of ra LI drum to act as manufacturers of .m 1 dealers in "Are end wire goods. etc.. and to acquire the business serried on at Widdops Mill, Brie:ions*, and elanwhers, hp Mr. James Hirst, a
12 August 1913 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
Building Society

Building Society

Equitable ALLOWS £3 Os. Od. per cent. on Deposits. £3 1 2s. Od. per cent. on Paid-up Shares. £3 15$. Od. per cent. on Paid-up Shares (Class B). £4 ss. Od. per cent. on Investment Shares. All literest tree or Tax. Excellent Security Withdrawals promptly paid THE HALIFAX EQUITABLE
14 August 1913 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
VISITORS TO THE SEASIDE The " Weekly Comics " obtained at Am following BLACOOLr" Times" Moo, 43 and 45, Chorcliatreak

VISITORS TO THE SEASIDE The " Weekly Comics " obtained at Am following BLACOOLr" Times" Moo, 43 and 45, Chorcliatreak

Mr. F. H. Atkinson, 58, Coronation-streak Mr. C. J. E. Coop, 17, Abmgdonstreek Mr. J. Howarth, 117 Egerton road. Mr. E. Coppock, 3, Coronat;on-areet. Mr. B. B. Madm, 28, Cburcbot., South Shore. Smith k Son's Bookstall, Talbot-road. Smith k Son's Bookstall, Central Station. Smith
14 August 1913 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England