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AUCTION SALES, tn Sale Rooms, Bowlalley Lane, Hull. AY » 28t NOVEMBER, at 2.30 p.m. nd INVESTMENT PROPERTY in HULL,

AUCTION SALES, tn Sale Rooms, Bowlalley Lane, Hull. AY » 28t NOVEMBER, at 2.30 p.m. nd INVESTMENT PROPERTY in HULL,

fe e f s Person i r> INCLUDING:— 1. ne> decea Be PreSentatives «« By order of the Mortgagees d. Th Freeho id Bay-Windowed HULT DWELLING HOUSE, i. te«iU deta k , , No. 63. SHERBURN-ST., HOLDERNESS-RD., ,» hed fl- eehold containing Entrance Passage, 'Iwo Sitting I2fi a Monks t Roo
21 November 1933 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
THEATRES 'Phone 'Phonal 34284. I HULL 34284.1 REPERTORY THEATRE (Little Theatre (Hull), Ltd.) 15, Kingston Square. To-night 8 o'clock. THE

THEATRES 'Phone 'Phonal 34284. I HULL 34284.1 REPERTORY THEATRE (Little Theatre (Hull), Ltd.) 15, Kingston Square. To-night 8 o'clock. THE

CROOKED BILLET Play Dion Next Week: THE OUEEN WAS IN THE PARLOUR. VARIETY THEATRES A NEW AND NOVEL REVUE, FLASHING AHEAD Including the favourite comedian, JACK GALLAGHER FERRATA and TANIA. NELLER and CLARE. FAI ROBINA Booking Office open 10 10. Tel. 36636. tFvoll 6CA Box Office
21 November 1933 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
.. trulie it is sover*ig if * continents! fJO H N ; 1 WHISKEY

.. trulie it is sover*ig if * continents! fJO H N ; 1 WHISKEY

21 November 1933 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
the world-renowned record »> Blood Trouble, L*", £ FREE-BOOK *J,*fi, LIVES 1 »' m Sold Chemist* [per post Bd. extr*

the world-renowned record »> Blood Trouble, L*", £ FREE-BOOK *J,*fi, LIVES 1 »' m Sold Chemist* [per post Bd. extr*

»« tfITADATIO, CHARLES/^ & SONS, WINTER SPEC' AL hEE? MOTOR WAGON S»„ in Black, Green, Pro©** Unequalled ua .' *' HORSE LOIN COAL A for town or country 178, High \ Telephone:
21 November 1933 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
j Httr * lnrl a ' l ' r? nd the T Dancers from the " White tympany, photographed outside

j Httr * lnrl a ' l ' r? nd the T Dancers from the " White tympany, photographed outside

Bladons'. Wonderful xmas attraction NOAH'S ARK *«* many varieties REAL, LIVE ANIMALS, BIRDS and REPTILES. Baid: "It*i» truly moat -wonderful U**S *rtaining show real life. I cannot. - h, Pets- How the children must week.' coming to see them again daring SALE now pro ceeding your
21 November 1933 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
PARTY FROCK FOR GIRLS OF 14 YEARS ) W THIS is an ideal style for making p dainty fabrics for

PARTY FROCK FOR GIRLS OF 14 YEARS ) W THIS is an ideal style for making p dainty fabrics for

smart ' lt might be one of the patterned \ silk crepes, voile or organdie, or the r>fcaiMQ %jy / / frock itself might be in velvet with \ j / ' georgette frills to the yoke. £ ®' < / The straight line now fashion- able for girls as grown is given i by the panels back and front t
21 November 1933 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
Wl&im PROTECT THE WHOLE FAMILY infection way of protecting co your health Glycerin of Glycerin of Thymol is one of

Wl&im PROTECT THE WHOLE FAMILY infection way of protecting co your health Glycerin of Glycerin of Thymol is one of

the safest Thy ITIOI and most efficacious antiseptics known. (B PC) X It has pleasant- flavour, very much H a safe and efficacious antistatic liked by children and is most soothing application for use »» catarrhal to the throat. Boots are specialists in affections. its manufactu
21 November 1933 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
spend hatf their time on the fl°° ' DO YOU KEEP SAFE FOR HEALTH • j( Can you be sure

spend hatf their time on the fl°° ' DO YOU KEEP SAFE FOR HEALTH • j( Can you be sure

your floor is antiseptically i • i vot* not, there is danger in the children » c e It's not good enough for the floor to 100 tf» must get rid of the harmful germs trod all dirt. Lifebuoy cleaning does that with its element. Surely it's wise to do all clea 10 ,f ds, septic Lifebu
21 November 1933 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
EX-POLICE INSPECTOR IX N. DEVON CAR ACCIDENT

EX-POLICE INSPECTOR IX N. DEVON CAR ACCIDENT

Mr. Edward Price, aged 62, ex-chief inspector Cardiff City Police, residing Grafton, Portway, Shebbear. lias been detained Bideford Hospital, suffering from a severe scalp wound and other injuries sustained in a motor collision near the Bide." jrd-Holswnrthy main road Sunday. Wi
21 November 1933 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
" WHAT A FACE !"

" WHAT A FACE !"

LADY ASTOR TELLS STORY AGAINST HERSELF Lady Astor, addressing a meeting in support of Mr. Ronald Tree, the Conservative candidate the Harborough Division Leicestershire, at yesterday, said that it. took war to make men reilize that women had courage, p'atrlotienii endurance, and
21 November 1933 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England