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HALIFAX WOOL.

HALIFAX WOOL.

HALIFAX, Saturday. After week’s holiday the mills will resume work Monday. Topmakers firm in their quotations owing to the strength the raw material. There are many inquiries, but not a large amount of business pass ng. Soinner* of crossbred yarns hare fa r amount on hand, but e
August 15, 1927 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
£lOO REWARD GIVEN TO THE -CUSTOMER WHO CAN PROVE THAT ALLAN'S, LTD/ HAVE TREATED HIM ANY OTHER WAY THAN THE

£lOO REWARD GIVEN TO THE -CUSTOMER WHO CAN PROVE THAT ALLAN'S, LTD/ HAVE TREATED HIM ANY OTHER WAY THAN THE

FOLLOWING HONEST AND STRAIGHTFORWARD MANNER. J MTROVED FURNISHING SYSTEM. THE FAIREST SYSTEM NOW BEFORE THE PUBLIC. IF huy from u-, say. worth good*. not par £2O toward* "!.e amount regular weekly ini'alment*. according to agreement. and thru And you are ur.ablc pay more by brin
August 15, 1927 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SPORTING ADVERTISEMENTS.

SPORTING ADVERTISEMENTS.

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August 15, 1927 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
S«NKIST QRANGES

S«NKIST QRANGES

August 15, 1927 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
OLYMPIC GAMES DECISION

OLYMPIC GAMES DECISION

CAUSES CRISIS. Consternation has been caused, and Great Britain's participation in the Olympic sports placed in doubt, by the decision of the conference of representatives of the Olympic international Committee and the International Football Federation in regard to amateur tootb
August 15, 1927 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Navy Wook

Navy Wook

Navy This is Navy Week at Portsmouth, which is to say (remarks the London correspondent the " Leeds Mercury that during this period will not he necessary to sister, cousin, aunt, or other relation of the Fleet to obtain entrance to the dockyard and see the sights. For the modest
August 15, 1927 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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iiiiMinU Mr. cTPUnaiSf pad* All miummmi ta Lord of RaaiMr. All aaklltM yifiaai aad Joka't Son. All rii'il i yaar-Karra. AU da We don't mind what happens other people long our own are eafe. That ie what wrong with the world.— Mr. J. A. R. Cairns. II 12
August 15, 1927 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE VALROSE MYSTERY

THE VALROSE MYSTERY

*THE CITIZEN" SERIAL. William Le Queux. Beyond that Mr. Shaddock would not go, and Pearson wa9 too delicate-minded to press him on the point; after all, it was very friendly of him to have told him what he had. There is one thing that puzzles me bit," said the detective presentl
August 15, 1927 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England