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PROFIT MARGIN INADEQUATE

PROFIT MARGIN INADEQUATE

—Small Butchers SIR HENRY TURNER, Meat Controller, at 'oday's meeting of the Ministry Food Consultative Comu-iUee Meat, heard complaints of conditions in the trade. Many small traders complain that they are in danger of being forced out of business as a result of the price struc
13 September 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
CHAMPION SWIMMER

CHAMPION SWIMMER

13 September 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
HULL PEOPLE SUFFER FROM DISASTROUS DOCILITY

HULL PEOPLE SUFFER FROM DISASTROUS DOCILITY

MR R. G. TARRAN MR R. G. TARRAN spoke to Hull Publicity Club yesterday on replanning and rehousing. He called for a more militant attitude on the part of the public towards problems of Hull's reconstruction, condemned the country's slums, and urged revolutionary methods of const
13 September 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
PARKING PROTEST

PARKING PROTEST

Goole Scheme A letter signed by 59 householders objecting to a proposed car-park in back Fifth-aye., Goole, was read at a meeting of Goole Highways Committee last night The residents stated that they objected to the proposal because of danger to young children, and the nuisance
13 September 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
MASCOTS OF BRENTFORD

MASCOTS OF BRENTFORD

TWO COACHLOADS Of Brentford supporters coming to Hull on Frday night will bring with them their two ofrrcial mascois—a battered bugle wellknown on most Second well known en most Second other a member of the supporters' commi tee dressed in a red and white striped suit and a bowl
13 September 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 

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CLUBS WILL NOT BE SORRY WHEN MIDWEEK GAMES END

CLUBS WILL NOT BE SORRY WHEN MIDWEEK GAMES END

TTIOOTBALL CLUB managers, trainers and, no doubt, players JT themselves will be happy when this week ends. After * -.iJ..r«.ir m,t/>v, with one or two odd exceptions, end for the time being. During the early rush most' :lubs will have played eight league matches in a month. Henc
13 September 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
Dewsbury Make Sure in Boulevard Cuptie

Dewsbury Make Sure in Boulevard Cuptie

HULL MISS CHANCES By KINCSTONIAN T AST NIGHT'S Yorkshire Cuptie game at the Boulevard was drawn 2-2 and Dewsbury won 16-4 on aggregate, but with all the understanding I 'can muster for factors which lead to the non-acceptance of scoring opportunities the most modest estimate I c
13 September 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
Sports Gossip

Sports Gossip

ONE HULL JUNIOR SOCCER PLAYER who has been attracting the attentions various clubs is Harry Dolan, of Londesborough United. Bridlington Trinity have been after him, and he played in three trial games for the seasiders against Pontefract, Sculcoates Amateurs, and St. James. Harry
13 September 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
SCARBOROUGH IS LEE SAVOLD'S FAVOURITE SPOT IN BRITAIN

SCARBOROUGH IS LEE SAVOLD'S FAVOURITE SPOT IN BRITAIN

FTER TAKING A GOOD LOOK at Britain, and enjoying every minute of it, Lee Savold, who beat Bruce Woodcock for the British-styled world heavyweight championship in June, returns to the United States tomorrow with nis amiable manager, Bill Daly Instead of rushing home after varquis
13 September 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
PROGRAMME FOR TOMORROW AT AYR

PROGRAMME FOR TOMORROW AT AYR

2 1C-BANDGATE SELLING HANDICAP. 300 scn-s.; t-y-o. 6t. ..Farmer 9 0 Fa.r Id a Balding 8 12 Southern Flight Street 8 11 'Beautiful Thought ' J Pearc* 8 'Adriot Scanneil 8 Ben Hatton ... .R ward 8 9 eenhide .... Jarvis 8 X-phyrine St phenson 8 8 Litntshcde . M Everitt 8 Camps Bay
13 September 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England