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TRIBUTES

TRIBUTES

Kindness and Gif Friendship Among the tributes paid to Mr. , Birrell last night were;— SIR HERBERT S.AMtEL: There was no one like Augusili The most kind-hearted of men. hi pose of a misanthrope He was public duty while he scoffed at His writings, his speeches and. his a characte
21 November 1933 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDS HONOUR

LEEDS HONOUR

First Institute of Chemistry Lecture A compliment was paid last night to handsome new chemistry department of th University of Leeds when it was used for tlie first Institute of Chemistry lecture to delivered outside Ixmdon. Tire Instltut of Chemistry of Great Britain and irelan
21 November 1933 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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21 November 1933 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
C POLI the danger to Europe American being understated rather than oven the present time. My view is that, to

C POLI the danger to Europe American being understated rather than oven the present time. My view is that, to

succeed, the President will be operating on" much larger sc Europe can regard with equanimity, "The Gold Standard countries of ought;to come together and work common policy a reply to the c policy now being pursued by the States. Jointly they may be able t stand the American ons
21 November 1933 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
11, 1933 ly a kind ol e! Spanish ballot was the first omen, who neri, shown their new its, where

11, 1933 ly a kind ol e! Spanish ballot was the first omen, who neri, shown their new its, where

accordance n" orders, )fts to prehave either res or have ess entereared the ;rlcts, such ;ers largely . Including voted early th. Most have, of traditional woman demure 'egulatlons itival and then with the lon. The changes erhaps the imp on a eked only any case, lid appear, iibl
21 November 1933 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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21 November 1933 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Witness's Story

Witness's Story

Several children also bad narrow escapes from runaway barrels. witness of the accident said. " saw the driver jump off the vehicle before the crash. I dashed to the house, expecting to find the occupants injured. Mrs. Bennett was sitting dazed In a rocking chair, and 1 helped to
21 November 1933 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A j WES' MAGI iTRA "Four Most Im] Letters " RHAM R ROTHI From Our Cones. j J, BOTHERHAM Thq

A j WES' MAGI iTRA "Four Most Im] Letters " RHAM R ROTHI From Our Cones. j J, BOTHERHAM Thq

conduct of si commented on the . Rotherl Biding Court to-day by the chair Bench (Mr. J. B. Colton-Fox). following public statementl " Oh September 18 motor without due care and attention In this court, and the defendant .guilty. , The evidence of tndepc nesses left no doubt what
21 November 1933 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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21/6 /6

21/6 Mort, 25»* 24/9 J I ALLY QUOTED jCerts.. 1-16r 10/i-—2nd Deb., 99 100 ,o'j 6/ ;R WORKS QUOTED OR THE 'RING " iu Woollen Correspondent off elastic Into i Is being developed reports London fabric lufacturers have 4teen th* these yarns for some spring here quite tew lid he sale
21 November 1933 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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656 57 55

21 November 1933 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England