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TODAY'S DIVIDENDS

TODAY'S DIVIDENDS

Roberts and Ca.. Lid. —Final 10 per cent., less tax. making per cent, for year tc March 31. 1952 (against per cent, tax free payment 5 per rent, from realised capital accretions Grand H*tel. Harrogate. Ltd. —No dividend for to March 31. 1952. Ceat and Wilsons. Ltd. Pinal 4 per c
July 30, 1952 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Cocktail outfits

Cocktail outfits

Dame and metal-flecked materials appear in daytime clothes. Lachasse lines several jackets with lamt. Cavauagh uses it for suite and casual dresses, and handles tweed like silk for cocktail outfits. Many Stlebel evening "separates" have swirling tweed skirts. The topcoat still p
July 30, 1952 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TWO Ml

TWO Ml

TWO Ministries Have agreed to Help In the planning ot Preston's famous Qulld Merchant, to revived September after lapse ol 30 years. In response to an appeal from Mr J. J Ward, Qulld Mayor Pes ton, the Secretary for War (Mr. Antony Head) nas told local M.P.s that appreciates the
July 30, 1952 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ALIPAX GENERAL HOSPITAL n beds) Recognised Training School for Male sod Female Nurses and Pari 1 Midwifery Treinir*. Applications are

ALIPAX GENERAL HOSPITAL n beds) Recognised Training School for Male sod Female Nurses and Pari 1 Midwifery Treinir*. Applications are

Invited from young dim of good educational standard, of 18 years age or over, train State Regis!-red Nurses Training Schools commence October. 1952. January and April. 1955. Nurse* the Supplementary Register may oomraeoee at any time. Btate Registered Nurses may train for Midwif
July 30, 1952 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
REMANDED !N CUSTODY

REMANDED !N CUSTODY

ON TWO THEFT CHARGES IESLIE GREEN (29). unemployed, motor driver, no fixed address, was at Stone. Staffs, today remanded custody for a week on two charges: (1) Barlaston, Staffs, between January 1. 1961, and July 22, 1952, stealing white dress shirt, copper Jug and small brass o
July 30, 1952 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Not enough progress

Not enough progress

"In many other count similar progress has been made, bat in Britain have net yet done enoagh realise the ancient Greek ideal making physical recreation a part of the upbringing of every hoy and girl." thought that perhaps one or two British men were overtrained —"That happens in
July 30, 1952 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDS R.L BIDS FAIL the last fortnight Rugby league Hub hate made strong bids various quarters to obtain the services

LEEDS R.L BIDS FAIL the last fortnight Rugby league Hub hate made strong bids various quarters to obtain the services

of star players, but without Immediate success. Hopes ran high that well known Welsh Rugby nlon centre would accept the excellent offer made to him. but negotiations have now fallen through.
July 30, 1952 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CREPE

CREPE

TAFFETA 52in*. Wide Green. Note the width, 52in. 46in. Wide. Ideal far Bedspreads. Green, Gold. Yard 2 le is beho'.den to somese. Each carries, as it he key to the cupboard ting his ne i g hbour's skeletons, this lead, in the new here, to panic betrayals, hope of being first man
July 30, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
LIMITED

LIMITED

OLD ROAD COSHAM Tel. 76323
July 30, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
ROGNOR REGIS LITTLEHAMPTON ... WORTHING BRIGHTON EASTBOURNE HASTINGS 3(9 4/- 8/- 6/3 9/6 11'- Return same day by any train

ROGNOR REGIS LITTLEHAMPTON ... WORTHING BRIGHTON EASTBOURNE HASTINGS 3(9 4/- 8/- 6/3 9/6 11'- Return same day by any train

except where otherwise srown. NOTE A; Similar laeilities on Bank Holiday. 4th August trains approximating those shown on weekdays. Enuuire at stations tor specific details train limes, etc. Passengers should ascertain before commencement ot forward ana return journey (and where)
July 30, 1952 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England