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HULL STUDENTS' SUCCESSES.

HULL STUDENTS' SUCCESSES.

ROYAL SOCIETY OF ARTS EXAMINATIONS. The following are lists of local successes in the Royal Society of Arts examinations held in May last:— HULL MUNICIPAL TECHNICAL COLLEGE. STAGE 11. Bookkeeping.—First class :Mary E. Longstaff, Bryan W. Walgate, Walter Bovvers, Maurice N. Littl
August 15, 1927 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
HULL MATERNITY HOME.

HULL MATERNITY HOME.

Boy: , 386, 387 , , 390. Girl: 388. - Rest of patients comfortable.
August 15, 1927 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
LODGINGS, APARTMENTS. ETC. LONDON.— 5/. Bed-breakfast. Hull lady's private ■ 7, Larkhill Rise, Ciapham. *, AC ANT, 2 large Unfurnished

LODGINGS, APARTMENTS. ETC. LONDON.— 5/. Bed-breakfast. Hull lady's private ■ 7, Larkhill Rise, Ciapham. *, AC ANT, 2 large Unfurnished

Rooms, con enient hous e ; bath.—76. l'eel-st. 15 IJLD and Breakfast 10s, refined working girl; JJ Albert-ave'.. 5.W.—1466, Mail," Hull. FURNISHED Combined Rooms vacant, every convenience—2. ».V'est Parade, Anlaby-rcad. 16 HOMELY Lodgings for respectable working man. — 12, Aigbu
August 15, 1927 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
MONETARY. OLDEST EBTABLISHST* OFFICE "HULL. ESTABLISH (established X and Advaoca from ON NOTE OF HAND ONLT. Borrow from your town

MONETARY. OLDEST EBTABLISHST* OFFICE "HULL. ESTABLISH (established X and Advaoca from ON NOTE OF HAND ONLT. Borrow from your town

and from the oldest established office id Unit. Your wishes will studied all possible ways, and confidence fully respected.—Apply to AARON, Midland-street. Bull; also Office, 5, Jarratt-streat. from the Oldes* and Oanulne Ofßca ln Hoik A QT'PORTUNITy. - WILL ADVANCE YOU £25 TO £
August 15, 1927 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
BRAVE EX-SOLDIER.

BRAVE EX-SOLDIER.

George Smith, an ex-soldier, was commended by the coroner to-day for a plucky attempt to rescue a drowning couple at Cleethorpes. Mrs. Meredith, wife of Frank Meredith, coal trimmer, of Dunstan-on-fyne, said she went for a bathe and got out of her depth. She called for help, and
August 15, 1927 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
GARDEN PARTY.

GARDEN PARTY.

MELBOURNE HALL GARDENS OPENED TO THE PUBLIC. Is early & thousand people took the tunity of visiting the grounds MelbourM Hall on Saturday, when, through the ness of Capt. Kerr, they were the setting for garden party held in aid of the Melbourne stall of the League of Nations baz
August 15, 1927 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
STORM DAMAGE IN FRANCE.

STORM DAMAGE IN FRANCE.

Pari.'. Monday. • -1— caused damage A violent etorm fifteen estimated at. between ten and million francs in et Loire district—
August 15, 1927 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MOTOR RACING.

MOTOR RACING.

lfl DERBY DRIVER S£ c MILES. / (I* (r The second sporting ar , y Junior Car Club la on Saturday in two cJ ,n all through the race. llio race was , r cssonti-' few minor alteration* \i make the vehicles fl , ll , winner in eaoh re » te '' w h->, having covered the J jin* lj was t
August 15, 1927 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
"BRITISH ILES " DEAD.

"BRITISH ILES " DEAD.

"BRITISH ILES DEAD. Mr. Bertram lies, manager of the Manchester Hippodrome, died in hospital from pneumonia, after one day's illness. was years of age, and began his career as a scenic artist. He became turn, entertainer, stage manager, and conductor. He was for some years in cha
August 15, 1927 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DRINK AND BLOWS

DRINK AND BLOWS

LAND DERBY MAN INTO POLICE COURT. HIT WOMAN. Excitement was caused In the Corn Market during a busy part of Saturday afternoon by Bernard Queenan (41), of Babington-lane, who, consequence, appeared at the Derby Police Court this morning on two charges ot assault, and one of drun
August 15, 1927 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England