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SUNSHINE ON WEST COAST,

SUNSHINE ON WEST COAST,

In Yorkshire the weather was wretched on Saturday; and little better yesterday. In all the inland resorts rain fell heavily On the Yorkshire coast the conditions were not quite so bad; and on the west coast sunshine was prevalent There Was cdorious weather at Blackpool and Morec
April 2, 1923 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE LEEDS MERCURY. MONDAY, A Pirn 2, 1923

THE LEEDS MERCURY. MONDAY, A Pirn 2, 1923

THE LEEDS MERCURY. MONDAY, Pirn 2 , 1923 MR. ASQUITH SAYS NO.” Reply to the Leeds Liberals. The reply of Mr. Asquith to the invitation of the Leeds Liberal Federation to a luncheon, at which Mr. Lloyd George has already consented to be present, was received in Leeds on Saturday.
April 2, 1923 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LIST KILLED.

LIST KILLED.

Bend of the Road " Hebden Bridge, fax Coroner. Mr. E. W. some pointed comment t to the danger of a motor pting to pass another vehicle i the road, when he held an lebden Bridge, on Saturday, Whitham. twenty-one, of d, Pecket Well, Hebden »9es described how Whitham eath under tra
April 2, 1923 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MABSDEN'S NEW BELLS,

MABSDEN'S NEW BELLS,

A new peal of eight bells, cast by Messrs. John Taylor and Co., of Loughborough, wag dedicated at St. Bartholomew's Churoh. Marsden, near Huddersfield, on Saturday. The service was conducted by the vicar (the Rev, C. E. Q. Spencer), the curate (the Rev. E. Storm), and the dedica
April 2, 1923 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
NORFOLK FARM STRIKE.

NORFOLK FARM STRIKE.

A Stiffening of Opposition on Both Sides- The position of the farm workers’ strike in Norfolk has stiffened on both sides. The farmers talk of withdrawing their offer of 255. for fifty-two hours and substituting for it the original demand of sid. an hour to fifty-four hours, mak
April 2, 1923 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A Christening Cup.

A Christening Cup.

Master George Henry Hubert Lascelles, the son of Princess Mary and Viscount Lascelles, has been the recipient of a very fine christening cup. The donors of the gift are the officers and men th 2nd Battalion of the Royal Scots. Her Royal Highness is, of course, the regiment’s Col
April 2, 1923 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MAKING HOLIDAY.

MAKING HOLIDAY.

The Lord Chancellor, Viscount Cave Viscount Pinlaj, who held the same office from 1916 until 1919, were in high spirits, I told, when they left London together for a holiday jaunt to Gibraltar, and confessed their destination had been chosen on account of its rarity of late post
April 2, 1923 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Women’s Supplement

Women’s Supplement

in the
April 2, 1923 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BOYS’ TEACHERS.

BOYS’ TEACHERS.

Women Said to be No Good With Post-war Youths, resolution was submitted at the conference of the National Association of Schoolmasters in London Saturday ur"in« the necessity of masculine influence in the training of boys, and stating that where the question of reduction staff a
April 2, 1923 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Printers. Whitehead and Son, Altredetreet ....Cen, 24041

Printers. Whitehead and Son, Altredetreet ....Cen, 24041

April 2, 1923 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England