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1:'r°l{ TntED MOTHERS.

1:'r°l{ TntED MOTHERS.

l{ TntED MOTHERS. --lIV little boy started having ,? when old. which the JV,. Mid due to wind spssm* .v we sleep him for * •-.*h. iri'u everything «re hoard ot until w» jot bottle of M K.-E KABVGY'tf MIXTURE, which • ..pre gave reiief baby, and ha now every on It; It indeed a rta
February 18, 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ROLLING IN FROM TOUC H

ROLLING IN FROM TOUC H

The rule ting roll-in from touch is, notice, under criticism just now. and with a mow doing away with the present crowding of players round the rollcr-in, and the many stoppages for illegal rolls-in, it. suggested that a hit substituted for a roll-in. proposal emanates from the
February 18, 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A FAMILIAR FIGURE OF LEEDS. Mr \. L BURROW.

A FAMILIAR FIGURE OF LEEDS. Mr \. L BURROW.

A FAMILIAR FIGURE OF LEEDS. \. BURROW. Though "in .->enso public man, Mr. Burrow had been one two Vice-Presidenta since iu> inception of the British Brush Manufacturers' Association, an organisation which virtually controls the trade of this country. constant visitor for over thi
February 18, 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
'c Entires

'c Entires

February 18, 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TO REDUCE YOUR WEIGHT.

TO REDUCE YOUR WEIGHT.

you are the causo of your overrtoutfiao* id lack oxygen carrying power tho blood and faulty assimilation of food. Too little is being made into the harder tissue of muscle and too much into little globule* of fat Therefore, you should correct the mal-aatimila tion and increase t
February 18, 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
4# J not satisfied. ROBINSON. Ud.. PtwDbrakm. LOWER BRIGGATE, LEEDS null. Ad.uOMn

4# J not satisfied. ROBINSON. Ud.. PtwDbrakm. LOWER BRIGGATE, LEEDS null. Ad.uOMn

February 18, 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE BURDEN OF LABOUR.

THE BURDEN OF LABOUR.

THE BURDEN LABOUR. *' 'Ere, Bill, wots matter! You're looking worrid." " but work from morning till night." " *ow long you been it?" "I begin to-morrow."—•• London Opinion." WHEN THE HOT SPRINGS FREEZE. The stage-drivers in Yellowstone Park are bothered considerably the foolish q
February 18, 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TO-DAY'S SPORTING?

TO-DAY'S SPORTING?

TO-DAY'S STARTING °a'aißY oca Witts* LUDLOW. Ki»'' H>Dm Pair , »*••• . IStarta***.. . * H »i,M Muitlli. ...Mu-xul t» . j ' HtaqrivCbnK*A>h«-tnn<r . *"* I.' ~ i M'*mm ' .. DHMH'U| tfl .. Vwiflhlc II B •. j.J | LUDLOW CLUB FIRST BPTTIVR MEETING. G 110 HURIM.r. HACK* tjc l«Hf ; ~ a
February 18, 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
GEORGE YATES

GEORGE YATES

ATTENDS At.TCAR FOR P. not attending Altur vto have 4X '- 1 can back on tbt long odds quc ti Chrenirle" moraing doubts LINCOLN AND NATIONAL KI.T.-I."d« I'll* e ' i'j Ctu»>e. and Omj*Ctloa-kl.'. • 0 > lerrnnf. Be>»tra. I#._ ■ **7 WAKIDHOI>»: HRITWNIA A « hom». Cttpdie terms —W'.r
February 18, 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
EXPRESS AXI) ADVERTISER. FEBRUARY 18, 1914.

EXPRESS AXI) ADVERTISER. FEBRUARY 18, 1914.

EXPRESS AXI) ADVERTISER. FEBRUARY 1914. CHAR IVIIN OPERETTA AT PENCE. members '• Anne's ' i Group of the Artistes in Costu Mri P. Dewus 5 ''Jira Spray.' Mr. p. Hoi ic Society* comic' operetta, " Ned Bluff." Air. H. ''Jack entitled, "A. Knot, or the Belle Hrk*," Mr, Oowgill; D«jk,
February 18, 1914 - Burnley Express - Burnley, Lancashire, England