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SICK TRIPPERS

SICK TRIPPERS

Seven Go Home The seven Sheffield day trippers to New Brighton who were detained overnight at Wallasey Victoria Central Hospital suffering from suspected food poisoning left the hospital for their homes shortly before noon today- Tests are being continued today on meat sandwiche
7 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
ON CLIFF FACE

ON CLIFF FACE

Cadets Rescued Six pupils from the Gordons Boys' School, Chobham, Surrey, all members of the lst Surrey Independent Cadet Squadron, RE, were rescued today after being stranded on the face Culver Cliff. Sandown, Isle of Wight, for more than five hours. A coastguard, lowered down
7 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
ENGLISH MUSIC

ENGLISH MUSIC

More Vital Today English music is in a more vital condition now than a century ago. largely bscause of the spread of education and the emergence of a literate population, said Mr F. Arnold. Hull Daily Mail music critic, lecturing Hull branch of the Workers' Educational Associati
7 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
'JUNGLE' BERTHA

'JUNGLE' BERTHA

' JUNGLE' BERTHA Red Cross Drop Case The Dutch Government have asked the Netherlands Red Cross to end their campaign to pay the costs of legally securing the return to her parents of "jungle girl" Bertha Hertogh, married to a Malay schoolteacher in Singapore last week, it was ann
7 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
50,000 JOBS GOING

50,000 JOBS GOING

There are nearly 50,000 vacant jobs in the State of Victoria, and the demand for labour is increasing, according to the acting regional director of the Commonwealth Employment Service, Mr R. Dimelow. Manufacturing industries require about 30,000 staff, and there are over 7,000 v
7 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
BREWERS DEMAND MORE HOPS

BREWERS DEMAND MORE HOPS

THIS YEAR'S HOP CROP will need to be well above average if all demands by brewers are to be satisfied, orders are larger by onequarter than those for last year's crop, but the acreage of 22,198 under cultivation is only two more than last year, when the harvest was 12,490 tons.
7 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
GRANDFATHER TREATS FAMILY

GRANDFATHER TREATS FAMILY

7 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
TRAIL OF BLOOD

TRAIL OF BLOOD

Drunk Sailor Fined AB Leonard Taylor (20), of HMS Royal Prince, RN Rhine Flotilla, was fined 10/- and ordered to pay £2 compensation in Hull today when he pleaded guilty to drunkenness and to wilful damage by breaking a. glass panel in a cistern in Hull City Hall on Saturday nig
7 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
BLAZE IN SHOP

BLAZE IN SHOP

BLAZE SHOP Groceries Damaged A small quantity of tea and cigarettes, and the wooden counter, scales and windowpane were damaged when fire broke out in the grocer's shop of J. W. Raspberry, in Nornabell-st, Hull. Cases of fat were also damaged by smoke and water. Hull Fire Brigade
7 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
POCKLINGTON HOLDS FUR AND FEATHER SHOW

POCKLINGTON HOLDS FUR AND FEATHER SHOW

ENTRIES WERE GOOD for Pocklington's seventh annual show, held in the Brunby Hall grounds. Although no official figures are available, it is estimated that the attendance was above the average. A cricket match between Yapham women and the show committee was played under ideal con
7 August 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England