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A BORROWED WARDROBE.

A BORROWED WARDROBE.

Mr W. Peti-Ridgo, describing St. Bartholomew's Hospital to-day in the "Standard," says: —Even when it has succeedod in restoring to something like health Bart's is not quite done with its patients; it arranges for the convalescent to go away until they become perfectly well; an
April 17, 1905 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
A POOR PIECE OF SILVER.

A POOR PIECE OF SILVER.

A POOR PIECE SILVER. A London eorrtspondent .vrites :—"I put on a cap and went to see the Cup final—at the Alhambra. «Tup, the orowd, and the ainemato*rrapli one- the MMii-cition of being at the Pahee, tint of travelling 'c.O in the carriage of a South train. Thf>re was the cheer
April 17, 1905 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
HULL HAPPENINGS.

HULL HAPPENINGS.

Hope-street Memorial P.S.A.—The meeting fclve Co-operative Hall, under the presidency of Mr C. Harrison. Master Greenham sang in a pleasing manner " The Glory song " and " 111 Holy City." The string band, under Mr W. B. played three selections, and Mr W. Pearson gave an address
April 17, 1905 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
One could write many paragraphs about the eccentric humours of the crowd, but one will suffice. I srive the palm

One could write many paragraphs about the eccentric humours of the crowd, but one will suffice. I srive the palm

at once one who sports- a -gold cuo each top button-hole of his jacket, smoked in each of the next two, bottle of the third, two miniature cakes in front'of'his hat. and. a bannerette, at the back.. I wondering what the. smoked sausage represents. I suppose he will feci.obliged
April 17, 1905 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
THE ARGYLE-STREET ANNIVERSARY:

THE ARGYLE-STREET ANNIVERSARY:

SERVICE FOR THE YOUNG. (SPECIAL FOR THE " DAILY MAIL") It was pleasant to sec the beainiog faces of the children as congregated on the temporary platform at the Argyle-street Wesleyan Church, Hull,, yesterday afternoon. Instinctively the sight of so many young people clustered i
April 17, 1905 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
BARRIE AND BABYDOM.

BARRIE AND BABYDOM.

Mr Max Beerbohm writes in the " Saturday Review":—"l conjure Mr Barrie, whose chiefest strength his unexpectedness, to put aside the one thing that we can always confidently expect of him. Let him, if need be, plunge into one thorough, unmitigated, for-eversatistying debauch of
April 17, 1905 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
BILLIARDS.

BILLIARDS.

' W. STEVENSON v. C. DAWSON. HULL MAN LEADS 1,103 Play was resumed in this 18,000 match, the v\ aterloo Rooms, Glasgow, on Saturday. At the eloi'e the scores were: STEVENSON 8 667 dawson J. ROBERTS v. T. AIKEN. SOME GOOD BREAKS. ' n Tna 20,000 Aitken receiving 6,000, was resumed
April 17, 1905 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
m *>•- MM. Depot: 43, SAVILESTREET HULL. GREAT RKHTORA' ES Like the Snn, is Tonio. MARVELLOUS PICK-ME-UP for— CONSUMPTION. LOSS

m *>•- MM. Depot: 43, SAVILESTREET HULL. GREAT RKHTORA' ES Like the Snn, is Tonio. MARVELLOUS PICK-ME-UP for— CONSUMPTION. LOSS

APPETITE, RHEUMATISM, GENERAL DEBILITY, &c. DR. IiOOKE'S Household Remedy, and has over 70 years' reputation. Of all Medicine Vendors, 2/9, 4,6. and 11/- per bottle, or direct from DR. ROOKE, 26a, High Holborn, London. MAN. SUFFERING FROM NERVOUS and PHYSICAL DEBILITY should sen
April 17, 1905 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
ft) Made from the produets of Plants & Flowers Have jjoa tried it should do so atonee. no common* soap

ft) Made from the produets of Plants & Flowers Have jjoa tried it should do so atonee. no common* soap

Bat of oar As the of civilization soes steadily ontoards is onkj natural that people should look for something, better than the old soaps that have served them untjl nom.henee the rapidly increasing sales of this new household soap mfaMe/s. THOMAS MEDLEY 8. 9 1.T9 NEWCASTIfi-CIN
April 17, 1905 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England