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August 28, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
General Botha died last nigbi V is tido—woman, sometime#, whirlpool* » Some people always apeak morally; other* speak a dialect

General Botha died last nigbi V is tido—woman, sometime#, whirlpool* » Some people always apeak morally; other* speak a dialect

morals. beet sugar factory to employ 1,000 hands proposed Hayle (Cornwall). V w© hear very little now of the New Has she settled down with her old man? y The best way in which some writers help literature is not trying to add to it. ? The New York "World" announces that sbol Foc
August 28, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
| Tea-Table Page. m TO-DAY. Sun rises 6.3 a.m.; sets 8.3 p.m. Moon rises 9.27 a.m.; sets 8.31 p.m. Light

| Tea-Table Page. m TO-DAY. Sun rises 6.3 a.m.; sets 8.3 p.m. Moon rises 9.27 a.m.; sets 8.31 p.m. Light

vehicle lamps, 9.3 p.m. Moon's First Quarter Sept. 2nd 12.22 p.m.). HULL HIGH WATER. Alex. Dk. Alb. Dk. am. 8.10 p.m. 33ft. 9in< 28ft. 3in. High water at Goole, 55 minutes later than Bull- High water at Bridlington lh. 50min. earlier Hull. High water at Grimsiy, 54 minutes earli
August 28, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDS CITY EXPELLED.

LEEDS CITY EXPELLED.

PORT VALE'S ELEVATION. The commission of the F.A. and the Football League, which have been inquiring into certain allegations made against the Leeds City Club, held final meeting yesterday at the F.A. offices, where, after again meeting the Lord Mayor of <Leeds (Mr Joseph Henry)
October 14, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
WORLD OF SPORT.

WORLD OF SPORT.

HULL FAIR FOOTBALL HULL CITY WIN. FINE DISPLAY AGAINST CLAPTON. (BY 'VMAC.'') j The " Tigers" are doing their very best to give their supporters full value for their money, and yesterday afternoon the Clapton Orient side, which had on Saturday played finely against the Tottenham
October 14, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
LAW COURTS RE-OPENED.

LAW COURTS RE-OPENED.

Long Vacation being ended, the Law Courts were reopened yesterday, with the customary ceremonial, after Judges and counsel had attended Divine Service at Westminster Abbey or— in the case of Roman Catholics—at Westminster Cathedral. The proeossion to the Law Courts was headed by
October 14, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
EX-SOLDIER'S FOUR YEARS' ILLNESS.

EX-SOLDIER'S FOUR YEARS' ILLNESS.

(FROM OCR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The death has taken place at Selby, after an illness of four years, of Joseph Ernest Reasbeck, aged 26, who was seized with dysentery while serving in the Royal Engineers in France in 1915. son Air J. Reasbeck, tailor, Finkle-street, he left his pos
October 14, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
MRS WILSCH'S LADIES' CHOIP.

MRS WILSCH'S LADIES' CHOIP.

Mrs Wilson, L.R.A.M., conductor and president of the above choir, is pleased to announce that she is re-commencing classes for choral singing in the Gladstone Club (opposite Boulevard. Anlaby-road), and will heartily welcome old and new friends as members. The classes commence o
October 14, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
"WINDFALLS" FOR THE CROWN.

"WINDFALLS" FOR THE CROWN.

Although the volume of business passing through the Probate Registry during the past week was seriously ail'ected by the railway strike, the average yield to the Exchequer from this source has been maintained owing to several big windfalls," The estate of Mr Albert Vickers, of V
October 14, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
BEFORE THE FOOTLIGHTS.

BEFORE THE FOOTLIGHTS.

* " YES, UNCLE ! " AT THE GRAND. No better attraction for the Fair Week could have been chosen than the musical comedy "Yes, Uncle which opened its third visit to the Hull Grand Theatre last night before a packed house. Very little change has been made in the cast from that of p
October 14, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England