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R.S.P.CA. BALL IN HULL

R.S.P.CA. BALL IN HULL

\ MONQ many worthy charities Hull few are worthier of support than that which looks after the welfare of dumb animals —the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Each year the Ladies' Committee, headed Miss Ellen Monge as secretary, makes an effort in oi'der to
10 February 1938 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
100 GIRLS WANT TO BE HIS WIFE

100 GIRLS WANT TO BE HIS WIFE

More than 100 girls want to be the wife of the 32 years old York man who asked the Lord Mayor of Leeds, Alderman J. Badley, to find him local bride. Not only have Leeds girls come forward, but letters and photographs have been received from all parts of the country. Alderman Bad
10 February 1938 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
BASQUE REFUGEE DIES AT SCARBOROUGH

BASQUE REFUGEE DIES AT SCARBOROUGH

One of the little Basque refugees being eared for at Scarborough died in Scarborough Hospital to-day. He was 10 years old Enrique Ramos, whose parents live in Bilbao, and his years old uncle, Pedro Ayuso, was with him when he died. Ayuso had been sent for from the Basque camp at
10 February 1938 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
Hessle Library 'War': New Move

Hessle Library 'War': New Move

Haltemprice to Protest to Ministry FOLLOWING the East Hiding County Council's decision to build a library Hessle, the Haltemprice U.D.C.. at their resumed meeting Hessle Town Hall last night, decided to protest the Ministry Health against the purchase of land and the building of
10 February 1938 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
History is made at night HE SCORED THE WINNING GOAL BEFORE THE COP-Tll \ While thousands cheered he ' '

History is made at night HE SCORED THE WINNING GOAL BEFORE THE COP-Tll \ While thousands cheered he ' '

/;;'.? - victory. It teas fIH was the deep that gave^ him such judgment and stamina —made S success easy It was 2-all and a minute to go as he beat the tiring 0 ), backs and crashed the ball into the net. He knew the ensures secret of success that a cool head and a clear eye can
10 February 1938 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 

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from ... ROD,NE direct \' " th « Rodin* Works. Harmless' Perth, Scotland. beings. P* ''s-- ill LIVER without Calomel

and yo« "J bed in the morning full * The liver should pour out two P into your bowels daily. If this ; freely, your food doesn't digest. h . »j r ,l bowels. Gas bloats your stipated. Your whole system f feel sour, sunk, and the world * , fjfj Laxatives help a little, but a tnc t
10 February 1938 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
"The Trade of Hull and the Humber Ports" 3l> NOW ON SALE 48 PAGES

"The Trade of Hull and the Humber Ports" 3l> NOW ON SALE 48 PAGES

10 February 1938 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION SALE TO-MORROW AT 12 NOON LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK AT HOWE FARM. COWDEN B. L.

TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION SALE TO-MORROW AT 12 NOON LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK AT HOWE FARM. COWDEN B. L.

WELLS & SON FA I AUCTIONEERS, HULL. ' ' 10 SALE TOJMORROW AT P.M. Bowlalley-lane. POSTAGE STAMPS. -In no Lots N. EASTON & ' SON AUCTIONEERS. ' 10 KCO AD6S Universal Super-bet- full and 14. Savile-st-eet. ' TOST. Spare Wheel. Goodvear 34 tyre Beverfey—Bridl.ngton road or district
10 February 1938 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
have P rod „ JAME/ON/TJ^ Have Cussons I'ltanj;,;- There's ? burgh. French su Or*i' d for Wrapped * you can

have P rod „ JAME/ON/TJ^ Have Cussons I'ltanj;,;- There's ? burgh. French su Or*i' d for Wrapped * you can

better at CAKES AT EVERY BRANCH^OJ^^I This Week f Huntley & Par Famous Blgfy AT THESE HESSLE ROAD : : HALLGATE, QUEEN ST, 13 PROMENADE, "^-ftfi WINTER HALF PRlCjv REMNANT TO-MORROW ALSO (A A Variety of Each containing 4 yards 361 ENTIRELY "GRANNY" A BUN - loaves .;j. .DELICIOUS
10 February 1938 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
Bristol City Will Help Clapton Orient

Bristol City Will Help Clapton Orient

808 HEWISON, manager Bristol 1 City, is ready to extend a helping hand to Clapton Orient. Questioned about a report that Clapton Orient had approached his club for the " loan" of players until the end of the season in order to help them out of thnir present difficulties, Mr Hcwi
9 February 1938 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England