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GOOLE AIR-RAID SEQUEL.

GOOLE AIR-RAID SEQUEL.

COUNCIL AND COUNCILLOR CLUFF. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) There was a remarkable discussion at a meeting of the Urban District Council on Wednesday evening. At the conclusion of the ordinary business Councillor Chalmers said had personal matter to mention. He read in Hull pape
November 13, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
HULL'S MUNICIPAL GYMNASIUM.

HULL'S MUNICIPAL GYMNASIUM.

.° 50011 rom our advertising columns the Hull Corporation have opened an evening gymnasium for adults and juniors in West Hull at the Madcley -street Baths. Tho place is well equipped with all that necessary for an up-to-date gymnasium, including Indian clubs, trapezo bars, para
November 13, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
EAST RIDING WEDDING.

EAST RIDING WEDDING.

(FROM OCR OWN CORRESPONDENT.} The marriage of Lieut. J. R. Pctch. R.F.A., and Miss Ida May Ronnard, daughter of the late Alderman John Rennard and Mrs Rennard, Eastholme, Bridlington, took place on Wednesday. The ceremony was conducted by Rev C. (). Stewart, Vicar of Holy Trinit
November 13, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
For all the Latest and Local News get the " Mail " each evening. Grenadier Guards Qitv Hall.

For all the Latest and Local News get the " Mail " each evening. Grenadier Guards Qitv Hall.

November 13, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
BREVITIES.

BREVITIES.

I3rusa.s?ls, Thursday.—The King and Queen the Belgian-; arrived Brussels this morning ■. their rotum from the United States.—Reutcr. S.;iitiap/> (Do Chile). Wednesday.—There were enthusiastic scenes here yesterday in honour tr.o anniversary of Armistice Day. The British Colony h
November 13, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
HOUSES, PROPERTIES, &C„ WAN £5 RB.VARD Offered for Key of House, 5 or r oom». —Address 766, Mail." Wf ANTED,

HOUSES, PROPERTIES, &C„ WAN £5 RB.VARD Offered for Key of House, 5 or r oom». —Address 766, Mail." Wf ANTED,

to rent House, about 5 or dull or near.—Address U. 4, "MaA. ' » • for possession of G or 8-roouied liouse ld suburbs; East Park prefenei.—Address Bot, "Mail." buy cheap la;gj close any mam roate Address 1' 6SO, Mail." i• tor Key or roomed House, Hessle-r 1. district near Fish De
March 4, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
BICYCLES MOTORS, &C. FOR SALE, h.p. Levis, 1916; new tyres, lamps, belt; running order; £30 seen any time Beaumunt-st., Hull.

BICYCLES MOTORS, &C. FOR SALE, h.p. Levis, 1916; new tyres, lamps, belt; running order; £30 seen any time Beaumunt-st., Hull.

PANHARD 5-6 Seater Car sale; 35-40 h.p.; chain drive; excellent condition. Apply Pearson'a Works, Clough-rd., Hull. MRS CHAPMAN, 93, Porter-st. (eat. 1894), haa for Sal» Second-hand Bicycle, £4; alio Gent's £3 10s.: Records Exchanged. O PORTING Rover Motor Cycle (3£ h.p.), disc
March 4, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
SALES BY AUCTION MESSRS EASTON & SON. GEORGE EASTON and MJ3TOS, AUCTIONEERS AND VALUERS. IMPERIAL CHA&iBERS, BOWLALLEY LANE, HULL. FOUNDED

SALES BY AUCTION MESSRS EASTON & SON. GEORGE EASTON and MJ3TOS, AUCTIONEERS AND VALUERS. IMPERIAL CHA&iBERS, BOWLALLEY LANE, HULL. FOUNDED

OVER SIXXV YEARS AU9< SALES REAL*PROPERTY, HULL, BAST YORK.S., AND NORTH (SHARES. POLICIES, REVERSIONS. Etc., AT THE ABOVE MART. FIRST TUESDAY EACH MONTH. SALES OF EVERY~~DESCRIPTION CON DUCTED AT THE MART OR OWNERS PREMISES. VALUATIONS MADE FOR ALL PURPOSES Messrs Easton undert
March 4, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
Thornton -Yarley Prospect St.. HULLj NEW SPRING DRESS FABRICS FOR ECONOMICAL DRESSMAKING. A WEEK OF SPECIAL PRICES. TRACTIVE VALUES IN

Thornton -Yarley Prospect St.. HULLj NEW SPRING DRESS FABRICS FOR ECONOMICAL DRESSMAKING. A WEEK OF SPECIAL PRICES. TRACTIVE VALUES IN

WOOLLEN DRESS MATERIALS. JUST TH E T " THAT ARE NOW NEEDED FOR SPRING GARMENTS. OUR PRICES MUCH LESS THAN THOSE NOW RULING, BECAUSE WE BOUGHT v E LARGELY WHEN MAKERS' PRICES FOR WOOLLEN CONSIDERABLY LOWER THAN AT PRESENT. BELOW ARE A FEW* AMPLES OF THE MANY QUALITIES IN STOCK. W
March 4, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
CHAIRMAN RHYMES, No. 375. I hope that they'll demobilize The Army painters soon. To make my cot a brighter spot

CHAIRMAN RHYMES, No. 375. I hope that they'll demobilize The Army painters soon. To make my cot a brighter spot

Would be to me a boon. The CIIAIR AN green is just the sheen To please smoker's sight, But rather palls upon the walls That once were painted white. ;5Jd. for 10. FINANCIAL "MAIL LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE TO-DAY LONDON*, 12.30 p.m. Money is easy at 3 per cent., Three Months 3 7-16,
March 4, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England