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60-YEAR-OLD WOMAN BREAKS RIB IN FALL.

60-YEAR-OLD WOMAN BREAKS RIB IN FALL.

Mrs. Eliza Catherine Batham, the 60- year-old grandmother who Is serving sentence of six weeks' Imprisonment for shoplifting, has had a fall In Holloway prison and broke a rib. November 10, ou appeal London Session*, the sentence waa halved. The Home Secretary. Bir John Gilmour.
18 November 1933 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A NOEL Plano-Player. in excellent condition, with 40 Music Rolls r-a»onab.e oiler refused —57. Southlield Bouere. Bradford BARGAIN Hunters. new

A NOEL Plano-Player. in excellent condition, with 40 Music Rolls r-a»onab.e oiler refused —57. Southlield Bouere. Bradford BARGAIN Hunters. new

end second hand pianos from 2/ weekly - Robertson s Famous Pianos. 3». Rd 'Phone 41784 20 CASH needed. Boby Piano, condition u pew; take l«»>dl (tor* pf new and eecond-hand Piano* bargain price*; ire window.' - Lane. neat Mile*' Bookihop. I.»ed* TiOUOLAS will your present Piano
18 November 1933 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Open To-day, Onwards

Open To-day, Onwards

18 November 1933 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Foreign Alternativea.

Foreign Alternativea.

UHIMW 1411*.). 7.0 AODMO AND iulM"—- Opera <Oounod> 9.30-10.30- —Programme arranged th« International Broadcast.ng Company (Ireland) Ltd. Broadcast. 10.i>—-C9nr»rt. franced b> the International Broadcasting Company ilr»land» Ltd. behalf the Irish Hospital* ■raaarla (SOl*.).—SO—C
18 November 1933 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
lA-Ciri APPRENTICES' PLATE U (<«f aiUei of sons.; second receives 20 soes. and third sovs.; for threw year-olds and upwards

lA-Ciri APPRENTICES' PLATE U (<«f aiUei of sons.; second receives 20 soes. and third sovs.; for threw year-olds and upwards

which have newer won a value 800 sovs. Weight for age. etc ; ridden by apprentices who have not ridden more than two winner* (apprentice races allowance. (Mr. Corkton) Owner 7...ft 4 OALVANI (Sir H. Hirst) 4...8 VERM AN tOol. Lundgren) 4.8 ARCHIMEDES (Mr. R. Jonee 6.- 4 LUNAVADA
18 November 1933 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Racing Notes and

Racing Notes and

18 November 1933 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
RAMSDENS Ales t Stout

RAMSDENS Ales t Stout

RAMSDENS Ales Stout !>#■•» forget that when you drink BEE«S you are drinking the acknowledged he*t country: In 3 year*, with 3 different lodge., their three leadin* l.rand-* berr« hare rarli accorded Ural rrlre a®en -Ol It HAM rOfd .Mrl Fie.l Trlre and Slleer Medal 1930; BIDING (
18 November 1933 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PHILLIPS SCORES

PHILLIPS SCORES

The Wolves' open play was almost more suggestive of a goal titan Everton's close passing. In fact it brought the Wanderers • goal at the quarter hour. The ball was swung up the middle, and Phillips, who had run into the centre, shot past Cresawell, and hit a floe drive that sque
18 November 1933 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
RESULTS

RESULTS

SCOTTISH LEACUE-01V. II 1H UTD 9. EDINBURGH 3. STENHOUSEM I* I R 4, MONTROSE 3. RUTH ROVERS 2. ALBION R. 0. DUMBARTON 2. ARBROATH 0. MORTON 3. ALLOA 3. FORFAR ATH. 4. EAST STIRLING 1 ST. BERNARD'S 2, EAST FIFE 2. DUNFE:RMI.INE 2. LEITH ATH. 1. BRECHIN CITY 4, KING'S PARK 0. BIRM
18 November 1933 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ADVANCE, LANCASHIRE!

ADVANCE, LANCASHIRE!

YORKSHIRE WELL BEATEN IN HID FOR HONOURS
18 November 1933 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England