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TO-DAY.

TO-DAY.

Tea-Table Page. I SUn rises 6.51 a.m.; sets 6.52 p.m I Moon rises 8.20 a.m.; sets 6.57 p.m. j Light vehicle lamps, 7.55 p.m. Moon's First Quarter 8.37 a.m. Oct. 2. HULL HIGH WATER. * Alex. Dk. Alb. Dk. 7.35 a.ijj. 8.8. p.m. 33ft. 5in. 27ft. llin High water Goule, 6& minutes late
September 25, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
TRAINING ALLOWANCES.

TRAINING ALLOWANCES.

To disabled soldiers—single men—receiving training centres away from their honn under the Ministry of Labour a supplementary (lodging) allowance of 5s per week is to be paid. This allowance will come into force the first pay-day after October 1
September 25, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
FOKKER'S PROPERTY SEIZED.

FOKKER'S PROPERTY SEIZED.

BERLIN, Wednesday.—It announced by the Tax Office at Schwerin that the property in Germany the well-known aeroplane builder, M. Fokker, has l>een seized, owing to his failure provide the 14,250,000 marks demanded by the taxation authorities security against the exodus of capital
September 25, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
GRATEFUL AUSTRALIANS.

GRATEFUL AUSTRALIANS.

The following telegram has been received from II. L. Collins, captain of the Australian Cricket Team, who sailed from Plymouth on Tuesday evening: "Australian Imperial Forces Cricket Eleven, on the eve of departure, wish to convey to the cricketing public of England their sincer
September 25, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
THE ROOSTERS VICTORY.

THE ROOSTERS VICTORY.

THE ROOSTER'S VICTORY. A fight the death between a rooster and a rat is described in a letter from a farmer living near Sheffield. Hearing a great din in his yard in the early morning, he went do to investigate, and found his fowls collected round an old rooster, which crowed lou
September 25, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
"LIFE'S DAILY DECEPTION."

"LIFE'S DAILY DECEPTION."

Mr John T. Dare, baker and cafe proprietor, of Porthcawl, left all his property, valued at over £2,586 to his wife. In his will, written in indelible ink on a piece ledger paper, he declared that he left it "to her superior wisdom and judgment" to deal fairly with nis children,
September 25, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
PRICES OF WOMEN'S WEAR.

PRICES OF WOMEN'S WEAR.

At a shop in Oxford-street, London, this week, a velour hat was sold five weeks ago for £2 19s 6d, and a similar hat was priced yesterday at two guineas. many shops an all-round reduction in the price of women's hats has been made. Women's coats, costumes, and frocks are also ch
September 25, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
BLOOD – IRON PHOSPHATE MAKES YOU STRONGER.

BLOOD – IRON PHOSPHATE MAKES YOU STRONGER.

BLOOD - IRON PHOSPHATE MAKES YOU STRONGER. If you are weak, thin, and nervous; if you have not that vim, vigour, and vitality which makes work a pleasure and life worth living, it's almost a certainty that you are lacking in nerve force and that your blood is lacking millions of
September 25, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
VOICES OF THE PEOPLE.

VOICES OF THE PEOPLE.

A TALK WITH DR COWARD. HEW SOCIETY GGHDUSTCR HULL. (SPECIAL FOR THE " DAILY MAIL.") The coming to Hull of Dr Henry Coward to take up the task conducting the Hull Vocal Society is very happy augury for the revival of the city's musical life, to which everyone is looking forward.
September 25, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
WHIST DRIVE NOTICES.

WHIST DRIVE NOTICES.

y T ' W 26th, Albion Tournament, En gineere Inst. 12 valuable prizes. Tickets C«.—Acivt. date ! Sat^ rda y- October 4th, and V T> hl ?T Tourn ament, Newington Hall, at Mr E. P. Upton. M.O. W.—Advt.
September 25, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England