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MUCH-INSURED MOTHER.

MUCH-INSURED MOTHER.

NINETEEN POLICIES HELD BY DAUGHTER AND RELATIVES. - " I an insurance action heard in the Shore•*7lSiT TO TTDDDERSFIELD. ditch Countv Thursday was started v ,-«i. I that ninetaeu policies had been taken out on ( QTEEN HOTEL. Deeam^r . . • i. f woman by her daughter and dis- . fii
December 18, 1914 - Huddersfield Daily Examiner - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE SHORTENED XILT.

THE SHORTENED XILT.

The recruiting for the Scottish kilted regiments is not likely to benefit by the decision cf the authorities in favour a shortened kilt, writes a correspondent. By the proposal now under consideration, a savin? about two yards of material will be affected in the making of each g
December 29, 1914 - Huddersfield Daily Examiner - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
PROMENADE CONCERT.

PROMENADE CONCERT.

The officials of the Lindley Band have made application to the Parks Committee to give concert in Greenhead Park on Saturday afternoon next, and the committee has agreed to the proposal. The programme will include several patriotic airs, and the proceeds will be devoted to the l
September 7, 1914 - Huddersfield Daily Examiner - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
SHATTERED DREAMS. GERMANS SAID TO BE FIGHTING FOR TERMS

SHATTERED DREAMS. GERMANS SAID TO BE FIGHTING FOR TERMS

Amsterdam, Monday. ! Ther« iA utill apprnranca pietr in Ber' lin, but in Cologne Dusseldorf and other i frontier towns there is no laughter any more. - I These the words of a neutral journalist just returned Am stern am after a stay i several weeks in Germany. In Dusscldo alone,
December 29, 1914 - Huddersfield Daily Examiner - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
SOLDIER FAMILY.

SOLDIER FAMILY.

MANCHESTER FATHER AND FOUR SON'S WITH THE COLOURS. A splendid record of service for King and country that a family named Farrcflv, Ardwiek. Manchester, in which the father and four of his sons have joined tho colours. Mr. Francis Joseph Farrclly is fifty-«ix years of age. ami hn
January 20, 1915 - Huddersfield Daily Examiner - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 

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COMMERCIAL IXTELUGE.VCE The Yorkshire Penny Bank, Ltd., dh to in any way with the N*v.<ma\ Bank, Ltd.

COMMERCIAL IXTELUGE.VCE The Yorkshire Penny Bank, Ltd., dh to in any way with the N*v.<ma\ Bank, Ltd.

September 18, 1914 - Huddersfield Daily Examiner - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
CAPTURED FIFTY GERMANS.

CAPTURED FIFTY GERMANS.

Two stories are current concerning our neighbours the French which illustrate the spirit that animates the ranks. One is that prirata who, when carrying a despatch, inadvertently eame upon a trench containing fifty Germans. With extraordinary presence of mind he summoned them su
December 29, 1914 - Huddersfield Daily Examiner - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
THREE SONS AS FELIOW-OFFICERS.

THREE SONS AS FELIOW-OFFICERS.

in t’.c Sussex Regiment have granted Afr. Albert Frank Beet. Mr. Jack Beat, and Mr. Ernest Best, the three sons of Mr. A. F. Best, manager of »be London County and Westminster Bank at Midhurst.
December 29, 1914 - Huddersfield Daily Examiner - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE ACCIDENT DESCRIBED.

THE ACCIDENT DESCRIBED.

Fwd Edson (14), piecer, 82, Bradford Ro«d, said worked Clough House Mills the time of the accident. On the day of the accident about 12-45 witness and Phyllis Stubbings had come down in the hoist from the top the third room when Avis, who wse waiting, a-sked him stop. did so, an
December 29, 1914 - Huddersfield Daily Examiner - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
brisk recruiting.

brisk recruiting.

Another boom in recruiting London has aet in* and the authorities are satisfied with the swody response Lord Kitchener’® appeal. Brisk recruiting is anticipated in the New Year.
December 29, 1914 - Huddersfield Daily Examiner - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England