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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS.

TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS.

SPECIAL EDITION, j EXTRAORDINARY LIBEL ACTION MRS. FOXWELL'S EVIDENCE. The action brought by Mr. Caleb Henry Fcxwell Again** his mother-inlaw, Mr*. Ada Caroline Shade Creuo, for alleged libel in letters was further heard the King's Bench Monlay. Mrs. Vera gave evidence. She said
18 April 1904 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
COTTON FIRE ARSON CHARGE DISMISSED

COTTON FIRE ARSON CHARGE DISMISSED

Morris ?' bef Mr C w Fal'>K>itte?Hllam llam K>itte?H > Hol Wt ° m Hull I i set « aL they in- a J° a stack I s acks were , iVf had
15 November 1947 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
NEW TRAWLER OFF TO BEAR ISLAND

NEW TRAWLER OFF TO BEAR ISLAND

Looking trim as she steamed out of the Fish Dock, the new oil-burning trawler Lorella, latest addition to the fishing fleet of J. Marr and Son, Hull, left today for the fishing grounds. The 559-ton vessel is commanded by Skipper S. Blackshaw of Hull, and has sailed on a three we
15 November 1947 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
THREE DIE AFTER MOTOR MISHAP

THREE DIE AFTER MOTOR MISHAP

Three men have died following a motorcycle accident in Onslow-gardens, Wallington, Surrey, late last night. .„ „ One, William Scott Wallace (55). of Hamsey Green, Warlingham, died . after he had identified body the first victim tne accident. Charles Volratn Wallace was gong home
15 November 1947 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
BIG POTATO THEFT

BIG POTATO THEFT

A van containing half 3 ton of potatoes and boxes of othe T vegetables was stolen last night from Tunmarsh-lane, Plaistow, London.
15 November 1947 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
KILLED NEAR HOME AT DRIFFIELD

KILLED NEAR HOME AT DRIFFIELD

Knocked down motorcar outside his home in Middle-st. North, Driffield, last night, Herbert Calvert (72), retired motor engineer, died this morning in Driffield County Hospital. Calvert was returning from a visit to friends and was in the act of crossing the road opposite his hom
15 November 1947 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
FISH SENT BACK

FISH SENT BACK

As a result of the unofficial strike of 200 North Shields dockers, a cargo of more than 1,400 cases of mixed fish and (500 bales of dried fish brought from Norway on the mail boat Jupiter is being sent back to Norway when the vessel sails tonight.
15 November 1947 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
MINERS AT WORK TODAY

MINERS AT WORK TODAY

Yorkshire collieries today began work on a Saturday morning shift in response the Government's request for increased production.
15 November 1947 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
U.N.O. CHANGE OPPOSED

U.N.O. CHANGE OPPOSED

Sir Hartley Shawcross, Bntsin s delegate to the United Nations, opposed a suggestion that next year's Assembly session be held in Europe. The Assembly adjourned last night without making any decision.
15 November 1947 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
CENOTAPH CRASH INJURES SIX

CENOTAPH CRASH INJURES SIX

Sound of a crash and of breaking glass brought police and pedestrians running to aid passengers on two buses which collided near the Cenotaph in Whitehall today. Six people were treated for slight injuries. The London Passenger Transport Board stated that one of the buses, in tr
15 November 1947 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England