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Spilsby Wesley Guild.

Spilsby Wesley Guild.

Rev. H. H. Minchin, superintendent minister, presided over a meeting of Spilsby Wesley Guild, when the lecturer was Mr. Stephen Lancaster. Miss Grace Rutter sang, and a vote of thanks was proposed by Rev. C. G. Reeve. Metheringliam Bowlers. A sum of £4 f>d was raised for the wat
20 November 1933 - Lincolnshire Echo - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
SELBY MAN'S CLAIM

SELBY MAN'S CLAIM

Compensation Sought For, Smash Judge Beazley, in the Hull County Court to-day, resumed the hearing claim Henry James Male, 40, Kitchener-Street, Selby, for per week compensation, arising out accident on November 3 last year, when he was run over by motor lorry. Applicant was rep
20 November 1933 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
NEW TRAWLER FOR HULL FLEET

NEW TRAWLER FOR HULL FLEET

Another fine trawler will he added to the Hull fleet during the course of the next few days. The latest addition will the Loch Seaforth, which has been built by Messrs Cook, Welton, and Gemmell tcr the Loch Line Steam Trawling and Fishing Co. Thenncrw boat, which is 153 feet lon
20 November 1933 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
HUNTING APPOINTMENTS

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS

HOLDERNESS HUNT Tuesday, Nov. 21. Seaton Windmill 10.45 Thursday, Nov. 23. Dalton Hall ... 10.45 Saturday, Nov. 25, Houghton Hall ... 10.45 HOLDERNESS (EAST) Wednesday, Nov. 22, Patrington ....10.45 Friday, Nov. 24, Rise Park 10.45 Monday, Nov. 27, Tickton Grange ... 10.45 Thurs
20 November 1933 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
NEW SINGERS CHARM

NEW SINGERS CHARM

Hull Musical Union Concert CHOIR'S SUCCESS FORTNIGHT by fortnight the numbers at the concerts of the Hull Musical Union tax Powolny's restaurant to its limits, and Saturday was exception to the rule. The programme, too, was of the usual high standard. Mr W. J. Robins was chairma
20 November 1933 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
WITHERNSEA SEA MYSTERY

WITHERNSEA SEA MYSTERY

Harvest of Pit Props on Beach Beach combers at Withernsea have reaped a rich harvest during the past few days—a harvest pnot coins, but of pit props. During the week-end thousands of props have been washed up on Ahe beach between the villages of and Easington. The salvage has ca
20 November 1933 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
DOLLAR WEAK

DOLLAR WEAK

rpHE feature of the foreign J- exchanges was the weakness of the dollar, the rate toing 5.3(H, compared with 5.28 on Saturday. This makes the external value of the now 21s 9^d. The price of gold on the London market dropped to-day by 7d Saturday's price, to 127s 7d per fine ounc
20 November 1933 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
YOU LOSE THIS WHEN YOU ° „ USE CHEAP U '-^Ty lamps son son «>o „(,u<>s HOURS HOO«S HOURS °"^

YOU LOSE THIS WHEN YOU ° „ USE CHEAP U '-^Ty lamps son son «>o „(,u<>s HOURS HOO«S HOURS °"^

The graph shows results of a series ol tests t* th«' installations, one using Mazda Lamps a dof cheaper lamps of the same rating. At the o / hours the Mazda Lamps had produced light than the "cheap" lamps. Don't waste V° on "cheap" lamps. Study your pocket WITH THE WONDERFUL A N
20 November 1933 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
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Tins

20 November 1933 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
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20 November 1933 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England