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Social Record.

Social Record.

The Sheriff of Hull and Mrs Cockerline will be " At home " at the Town Hall, Tuesday next, November 19th, from 3 to 5 p.m. Fifty years ago to-day the first successful submarine cable was laid between England and France. The health the German Empress has much improved she is able
November 14, 1901 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
HAYORESS'S "AT BOHR"

HAYORESS'S "AT BOHR"

The Mayoress of Hull will be "At Home" »t| the Town Hall from 5 pan. to-day (Thursday).
November 14, 1901 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
THE TRIALS OF LADIES.

THE TRIALS OF LADIES.

BAD AND CUNNING COOK. The Hon Mabel Vereker, writing in "Madame" on the ever interesting subject of "Servants Past ® n d Present, ' tells of remarkable experience the matter of engaging a cook. She says: "I want of a cook. A very respectable-'O'.iking middk-aged woman applied fo
November 14, 1901 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
i * * * "NO MEAN * CITY." * - i . * * * * * QUEAN * CIRCULATION.

i * * * "NO MEAN * CITY." * - i . * * * * * QUEAN * CIRCULATION.

* " * * * * ♦ ♦ "DULY Hill" * GDARAETEED DAILT. * { * * *
November 14, 1901 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
CADBUBT'S OOCOA can alwavs relied upon tor > purity. Adulterated cocoa* are risky, and ivoided. CAUBCKY S COCOA is highly

CADBUBT'S OOCOA can alwavs relied upon tor > purity. Adulterated cocoa* are risky, and ivoided. CAUBCKY S COCOA is highly

beneflcul i young and old, delicate and the robuft; con all tfcc full nourishing properties o.' the Cocoa Cocoa, and Cocoa only. ij Value New Zibeline ClotTis. 1» ' 9d and per yard. Newest autumn —Hariand's, Chariot-street, and
November 14, 1901 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
Thought for the Day.

Thought for the Day.

character stiffened by virtue and goodness is like seasoned oak —it never gives way.
November 11, 1901 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
DEATH OF SIR FRANKLIN UJSfIINGTON. Sir Franklin Lushington, chief of JTotropolis, diod at his town residence, 33, Norfolk- London, Snwiiy.

DEATH OF SIR FRANKLIN UJSfIINGTON. Sir Franklin Lushington, chief of JTotropolis, diod at his town residence, 33, Norfolk- London, Snwiiy.

who was 78 years of had had most distinguished career. hen j Cambridge, was Senior Classic and first Medallist in 1846, when took his | flogrne. was appointed Metropolitan l'olico i |hagislrato 1869, and chief magistrate 1399.
November 11, 1901 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
ATTACKED BY HER LOVER.

ATTACKED BY HER LOVER.

ATTACKED HER LOVER. BREAKFAST TABLE TRAGEDV. At, Bournemouth this morning a young man, Frank Summers Hayee, carpenter, cut the throat Jvnily Young, to whom it is stated waa recently engaged married, and afterwards (••Tinnitted suicido culling his own throat. woman's injuries aro
November 11, 1901 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
BISHOP GORE AND THE ENGLISH CHURCH UNION.

BISHOP GORE AND THE ENGLISH CHURCH UNION.

The following letter from the Bishop- Designate of Worcester appears in " The Times" to-day: Sir, —Would you good enough to publish the followiug extract from a letter to the president of the English Church Union, giving him my reasons for withdrawing from membership upon my des
November 11, 1901 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
NEWSBOYS AND THEIR WARES.

NEWSBOYS AND THEIR WARES.

SUMMONSES FOR SHOUTING* At the Hull Police-court this morning, before Mr S. H. Holmes (chairman) and Mr E. T. Sharp, six lads were summoned under the city by-laws for shouting newspapers "to the annoyance of the public/ but in two cases service had not been effect Richard Cooper
November 11, 1901 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England