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FUTURE OF H. AND B. COMPANY.

FUTURE OF H. AND B. COMPANY.

AMALGAMATION. J an - next concert »iUged the Guildhall ' aud members V "e«ds that Will be Saturday,, March Firth, on S Justin City Hotd ' deluded feature s. and the workman to ' Cov'crdale, » mu was well tf-** fieli,. *oio6—Francis Thome's 1 Sl and 1), Toper's "Arle- O ««ki , E.
28 February 1921 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
NOT 'SLEEPING SICKNESS.

NOT 'SLEEPING SICKNESS.

Upon enquiring} the Hull Royal Ir> firmary this afternoon with respect to the reported case sleeping sicklies-, 'Mail* Was informed that the child was .suffering fromlmejiingifis. Meningitis described as [lie commonest form brain fovea*.
28 February 1921 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
SMOKESSX were SOMETHING BETTER THOUSANDS HAVE Remarkable success has the efforts of the fai»o tobacco fum to improve of taste

SMOKESSX were SOMETHING BETTER THOUSANDS HAVE Remarkable success has the efforts of the fai»o tobacco fum to improve of taste

in cigarettes. made an instant appeal class smokers because something hiflherto an extremely bigh-gradf cigarette with a cork price of the ordinary k' British smoker is a values—our advice is To-day," and exercise df t,f V SIZED CORK-TIPPED JESS 4(1 CIGARETTES > REMARKABLE a£?P
28 February 1921 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
Tea-Table Page. I TO-DAY. Sun rises 6.55 a.m.; sets 5.34 p.m. Light vehicle lamps, 6.4 p.m. Moon rises 0.15 a.m.;

Tea-Table Page. I TO-DAY. Sun rises 6.55 a.m.; sets 5.34 p.m. Light vehicle lamps, 6.4 p.m. Moon rises 0.15 a.m.;

sets 9.33 a.m. Moon's Last Quarter March Ist (2.3 p.m.). HULL HIGH WATER. Alex Alb. Dk 10 5 a.m. 10.29 p.m. 30ft. 6in. 25ft. Oin. High water at Goole, 59 minutes later 'h vi Huh H-u/u water Bridlington, lh. SOmin. earlier than Hull High water Grimsby, minutes earlier than Hull.
28 February 1921 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
LIFF'S NEW U.F. MINISTER.

LIFF'S NEW U.F. MINISTER.

In Liff U.F. Church yesterday forenoon Rev. James Hunter, Lauriston U.F. Church, Falkirk, conducted the service. and duced to the congregation their new pastor, Rev. Peter Lockhaft. iyr Hunter paid a high tribute to Lockhart's sense of duty, as was instanced the fact that he ali
28 February 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SAINTS WITHOUT LUCK.

SAINTS WITHOUT LUCK.

St sustained undeserved reverse when they engaged Broxburn in a Central League game at the latter club ground. Throughout the first half therr play was decidedly superior to that the homesters, their only being a lack scoring ability. They were tiveh numerous chances, but their
28 February 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ST ANDREWS 'VARSTTY'S SPLENDID WIN.

ST ANDREWS 'VARSTTY'S SPLENDID WIN.

St Andrews 'Varsity, 7 pts.; Edinburgh Acad- , demicaJs, 6 I Andrews University confirmed their recent fine form by gaining a well-deserved success over such experienced side Edinburgh Academicals. The match attracted splendid crowd to Univer- t sity Park, who were rewarded by w
28 February 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Meetings and Lectures. night refuge AND WORKING BOYS HOME. The THIRTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL MEETING b ? held the REFUGE BUILDINGS TOat

Meetings and Lectures. night refuge AND WORKING BOYS HOME. The THIRTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL MEETING b ? held the REFUGE BUILDINGS TOat

12 o'clock. J. W SHEPHERD. Esq., will preside, and Esq., d. M. BROWN, Esq., FRANCIS STEVENSON, Esq., and JOHN HENDERSON, Esq., will take part. All Interested are Heartily Invited. JAMES COMBE. Hon. Secy. _ ROYAL VICTORIA HOSPITAL. L MEETING the DONORS and 10 the ROYAL VICTORIA H
28 February 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PERTH INFIRMARY MATRONSHIP.

PERTH INFIRMARY MATRONSHIP.

DUNDEE WOMAN ON SHORT LEET. For the matronsliip of the Perth County and City Royal Infirmary the following short leet has been drawn up:—Miss Elizabeth O. Thomson, Glasgow; Miss Edith M. Macfarlane, London; Miss Margaret Alexander, Dnndee; Miss Elizabeth Boath, Paisley; Miss Ann
28 February 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Pullar's Swimming Club (perth).—The following have been office-bearers Pullar's Swimming Club, Perth —-Hon. president, J. F. C. Sieber; iion. vice-presidents.

Pullar's Swimming Club (perth).—The following have been office-bearers Pullar's Swimming Club, Perth —-Hon. president, J. F. C. Sieber; iion. vice-presidents.

Messrs J. F. Knight A. Porter, sen.; president, I). D. Douglas; vice-president, Mr J. M'lntyie; eecretarv and treasurer. Mr J. Ritchie-along with committee. It' is propcfied Boys' Brigade and ladies' sections.
28 February 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland