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MOTOR AND CYCLE,

MOTOR AND CYCLE,

VARIED EXPERIENCES IN LONDON TOWN. (BY "FREE LAIMCE": EVERY THURSDAY.) When the considerable contingent who went down to London for the Show came to comparo notes they found thev had had some unusual experiences. Still, despite all the discomforts and inconveniences, it was wort
November 13, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
BUSY SCENE OF THE RIVERSIDE QUAY* T t 1-1 J • " h OtO. .Large quantities perishable goods, fruit, and

BUSY SCENE OF THE RIVERSIDE QUAY* T t 1-1 J • " h OtO. .Large quantities perishable goods, fruit, and

vegetables, are now arriving at Hull. Snapshot taken on the Riverside Quay busy morning a few days ago.
November 13, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
TO-DAY

TO-DAY

Tea-Table Page. Sun rises 7.24- a.m.; sets 4.7 p.m. Moon rises 10 21 p.m.; sets 0.39 p.m. Light vehicle lamps 4.37 p.m. Moon's Last Quarter 3.41 p.m. Nov. 14th. HULL HIGH WATER. Alex. Dk. Alb. Dk. 10.0 a.m. 10.4 p.m. 31ft. 4in. 25ft. 10in. High water Goole, 59 minutes later than
November 13, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
A DOZEN “EDITORIALS!”

A DOZEN “EDITORIALS!”

The compositors' strike Paris continues. In yesterday s issue of Press de Paris '' about dozen editorials different newspapers appeared, nearly all warning the public of theßolshevist menace. Another composite newspaper, "La Feuille Commune," was published for the first time yes
November 13, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
A COCKEREL AN "ANIMAL!"

A COCKEREL AN "ANIMAL!"

Id a cockerel bird or animal? This nice problem in natural history was put before the Mortlake Petty Sessions on Wednesday, when Mr Thomas Kendall, of Barnes, was summoned for keeping noisy animals, to wit, cockerels." Sir James Szlumper (a magistrate): have yet to learn that a
November 13, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 

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THE HOME SURROUNDINGS.

THE HOME SURROUNDINGS.

At the Hull Juvenile Court yesterday afternoon a ten-year-old boy. charged with stealing an overcoat from the cloakroom at Osborne-street school, was stated to beyond the control of his mother and crippled father. He had been at the Court previously for similar offences. The hom
November 13, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
FISH PLENTIFUL DESPITE STORMS.

FISH PLENTIFUL DESPITE STORMS.

There was an unusually heavy supply of fish at the Hull Billingsgate this morning, nearly a score of trawlers landing their catches. Fifteen of them, from the oNrth eSa, nave found the weather very rough, catches were only moderate in consequence. The seamen report very conditio
November 13, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
FIFTY YEARS AN AUCTIONEER.

FIFTY YEARS AN AUCTIONEER.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT-^ The death occurrcd his residence, Holmfield, Abbey Park-road, yesterday morning, of David Broeklesby, auctioneer and valuer, of Grimsby. Mr Brocklesby was the oldest auctioneer the district, having been in practice 50 years. He was in his 80th year.
November 13, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
PRIVATE J. LEWIS. Pte. James Lewis (155), Co., 13th East Yorks. Regt., late hairdresser, of 111, Waverley-street, reported missing, now

PRIVATE J. LEWIS. Pte. James Lewis (155), Co., 13th East Yorks. Regt., late hairdresser, of 111, Waverley-street, reported missing, now

presumed killed on November 13th, 1916. Any comrades who can give information concerning him would be gratefully received by his mother, 111, Waverley-street.
November 13, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
CRICKET IN AFRICA.

CRICKET IN AFRICA.

PIETERMARITSBURG, Saturday (received to-day).—ln the match played here to-day. the Australian Imperial Forses cricket team inflicted severe defeat on Natal, winning by an innings and 42 runs. In the first innings, Natal were dismissed for 46 runs, mainly owing to the splendid bo
November 13, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England