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3.O.—Chaddesden Plate. Sf.

3.O.—Chaddesden Plate. Sf.

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16 November 1933 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IF YOU PLAY CORINTHIAN [andwho doesnt nomiays\

IF YOU PLAY CORINTHIAN [andwho doesnt nomiays\

,n ~n' , f I.LI &. London. AN ABBEY' TURNTABLE No more jostling for position or forgetting order play. Instead, VLfl the Board swivels round to you— J on the "Abbey" Turn-table, Consists of a finely finished Board, mounted on wooden base with easy-turning action. Spring clips ho
16 November 1933 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE YORKSHIRE EVENING POST, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER. 16, 1933. Will Direction.

THE YORKSHIRE EVENING POST, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER. 16, 1933. Will Direction.

She did so. and took from him security an absolute assignment of his life interest. By her will Mrs. Barraclough left Mr. Butcliffe £450. but she, directed that any legatee owed her money at her death should set off against the amount of the legacy. Unfortunately. Mr. Sutcliffc'
16 November 1933 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A REGULAR CHURCH-GOER.

A REGULAR CHURCH-GOER.

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16 November 1933 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SOLICITOR FOR GAOL.

SOLICITOR FOR GAOL.

Fraudulent Conversion of Legacy. Sentence of 20 months in the second division wss passed at the Old Ballsy to-day Frederick Levy (64). of Hill Avenue. WUlesdcn. formerly practising solicitor Hoi born, who was found guilty of fraudulent conversion of £163. VM stated that Mra. Dau
16 November 1933 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
To HARROCATE

To HARROCATE

Satarday. 23ih Norrator «N-ai '2 A- 4 2 ill <o. 4. O* '"y p rr. . 1 3 To LEEDS Saturday Nrvmb'f Harrogate. 2 pin. 1,6. To LEICESTER Sunda*. November Harrogate 25. i At Knares borough 10 «m To LONDON and Saturday. 22nd aid Narrator »ed« 'Ontrah 7.50 am. H'-lto'k ... Ha-.-v 44 7 4
16 November 1933 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Britain's – Hostility."

Britain's – Hostility."

Britain's Hostility." Than comas passage alluding to " recent British defeats "If certain recent events have appeared ehoer that Britain rivals Prance this hostility against the vital Interests of Oermany, reason to think that this only corresponds in certain measure the reality.
16 November 1933 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Woman Disappears.

Woman Disappears.

Mr. Blakeney alter struggle, able to free himself and swim ashore, but his sister disappeared and was drowned. was not until two hours later, when the tide had gone down that the car was located and Miaa Blakeney'a bod/ recovered Mr John Blakeney 22. and his sister was 25. Miss
16 November 1933 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MEMORIES OF SIEGE OF MAFEKING. LORD BADEN-POW ELL MEETS OLD COMRADE. Memories of the siege of Mafeking are recalled a

MEMORIES OF SIEGE OF MAFEKING. LORD BADEN-POW ELL MEETS OLD COMRADE. Memories of the siege of Mafeking are recalled a

kindly act by Lord yesterday. In the morning he visited llkley and spent few minutes the bedside of a man who figured prominently with him in the famous siege, and was Mayor of the town at the time—Mr. Frank Whiteley. Mr. Whitcley, who is a native of Bradford, and is now 78, has
16 November 1933 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
LACE WOOL BED WRAPS, scarf shape; in Cream, Pink, and Sky From 2'6

LACE WOOL BED WRAPS, scarf shape; in Cream, Pink, and Sky From 2'6

16 November 1933 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England