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"MAIL ' MEMS.

"MAIL ' MEMS.

The Rev Thomas Bennett, the oldest Primitive Methodist minister England, has died a.t Souishport the age of 96. * Plans have been passed by the Boston (Sines.) Town Council for an ice factory the -ck.eks, Boston, to be erected Messrs Stringer Bros, at a cost of £20,000. * * * Th
February 10, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE ORIGINAL FOUR HULL BATTALIONS, TO THE EDITOB Sir,—l most respectfully beg suggest, through the medium

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE ORIGINAL FOUR HULL BATTALIONS, TO THE EDITOB Sir,—l most respectfully beg suggest, through the medium

of your paper, that some sort of a re-unionot the officers. W.O.'s, N.C.O.'s, and men of the original four Hull battaliona that still remain may be arranged. I venture to write to you because I know you were greatly instrumental in their formation, and 'also in their welfare, in
February 10, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
PRISON SHIP RETURNS.

PRISON SHIP RETURNS.

ARMED GUARD FOR RETURNING GERMANS. The steamer Stockport, carrying 500 German civilian prisoners of war, which returned to Hull shortly after leaving the port for an armed guard, left again on Sunday morning with the guard asked for. The vessel on Saturday took aboard the German
February 10, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
REPLIES TO READERS.

REPLIES TO READERS.

Chocolate. Miss Jose Oollins h&s not M>nftaj"<vl in " The Maid, of the Mountains" at the Grand Theatre, Hull. Pabdy.—Applv to your paymaster and state your case, (b) three montns' imprisonment each of three charges, to run concurrently means three months in all *'
February 10, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
INFIULHZA RETURN AT NEWCASTLE.

INFIULHZA RETURN AT NEWCASTLE.

r . .. •t! nr. aLarmiiifr return influenza ■N .. ;ircr f- warning was sent out the s'Uiitarv authority against ;• ; ,i....r </nthoi ii:e.-\ and to ■ i .- immediately olemen' ;• ;■ r. • 111r't tho i!'■ 1* years of age should deaths have been reported 1 1t« of London there are man
February 10, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 

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'Mail' Football Review.

'Mail' Football Review.

Kingston Rovers were on Saturday the only losers of the three Hull teams, and again, as a week ago, they early had-file lead. Critics are of opinion that Rovers mix their methods too much, and are even slackening somewhat. This must not be allowed to continue. Early enthusiasm i
February 10, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
ROVERS AGAIN UNLUCKY.

ROVERS AGAIN UNLUCKY.

MUST "SMARTEN UP." (BY 44 RUFUS.") Saturday last was a day of disappoinment for the Rovers' supporters. First came the news that Brain was unable to play. His re-appearance wa« anxiously looked forward to, and the telegram posted outside the office notifying that he was unwell w
February 10, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
HULLS 125 POINTS.

HULLS 125 POINTS.

BRILLIANT WIN AGAINST DEWSBURY. (BY "ROBIN ADAIR") fortnight ago in commenting upon Hull's display at Bradford, I stated that the Hull crowd would into ecstacies the first time that crisp, sparkling method was repeated on the Boulevard. Well on Saturday the home team found just
February 10, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
SPORTING " PARS."

SPORTING " PARS."

FOOTBALL South Shields are applying for admission to the Second Division tiie League. At Swansea on Saturday the Maoris won their second match in England against Swansea. The Everton and Tottenham Hotspur player, Sandy Young, has, according to a cable from Australia, just conclu
February 10, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
LATEST HEWS.

LATEST HEWS.

14 A LOLL THE STORM." M. CLEMENCEAU'S SURVEY. NEW YORK, Sunday. M. Clemenceau, inter* iiewed by Correspondent of the Associated in Paris, said:—" If it is said that the war is won, it would perhaps be more accurate to that there is a lull in the storm. At the very least it is ne
February 10, 1919 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England