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Many mourners at Hampsthwaite for Sir Frederic Aykroyd

... Ltd -> Bradford) Mr. S. H. Fall r and Sons) Commander Crosse )oul tt i n,ha,n - and Sons),* Ltd.). Mr. Ernm 11 Bo,ls - Mr. Thomas Howarth) t BO “Presenting Provincial Bank L - Glll (National Leonard Ingham {Halifax)' r * and Mrs. J. H. C. Hodgson, V,„ ...

38irtbs

... at Tauranga, New Zealand, to Alice (nie Kehoe), wife of G. L. LEAH, daughter. THOMAS. —January 4. at City General Hospital. Carlisle, to Nancy Graham), wife Geoffrey H. THOMAS, of Sowerby Bridge, son. JEngagements The engagement is announced between JOHN ...

HARRIERS

... OUTSIDE HOSPITAL. When Sheila Woodford (9), Hardy Road. Doncaster, last night was knocked down by a motor car outside Doncaster Royal Infirmary, she was picked up and carried into the hospital the driver, Mr. Thomas Henry Sargenson. Mere Lane. Armthorpe. After ...

PrrvenUUve Sue»t^

... choice . m. Oallcrr 1/'- Children Set Eeeaj>«t I/. ft METf Robert *■ MARY LOU, •• THfc SULLIVANS (01. THOMAS MITCHELL, ANNE BAITER Tbon.: ANOTHER PART 07 THE FOREST. Predrlc Moiieland. ElitKxU new ettHu, 3 Days, from 2.15 BAKDIT' Tech ...

Published: Wednesday 01 February 1950
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 3756 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

FOR THE GENERAL ELECTION

... —*B. V. Kirby (Soc.), ‘Sir David Maxwell Fyfe. K.C. (C.). LLANELLY. —»Rt. Hon. J Griffiths (Soc.) D. P. Owen (C.), H. G. Thomas (Lib.), R«v. D.' E. Morgan (Welsh Nat.). LONDONDERRY. *Lt.-Col. Sir Ronald Ross (U.U.). H. McAteer (Sinn Fein) LOUGHBOROUGH ...

Leeds schools

... asked to quote for the erection of Infants' departments two new Leeds schools, Iveson House and Alwoodley West. MISS S. K. HARDY, matron at Carr Gate Hospital, Lofthouse Gate, Wakefield, for the past nine years, is to retire next month. Before going to ...

Published: Monday 20 February 1950
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 554 | Page: 7, 8 | Tags: none

MORPETH

... F. MACDONALD (Lib.) 15,347 Lord William Scott (Con.) 14,191 L. P. Thomas (Soc.) 9.415 Lib. gain from Con. Majority 1.156 1945 —Scott (C.) 13,232, Macdonald (Lib.) 11,604, Thomas (Soc.) 10,107. C. maj. 1,628. chiange. RUGBY. Elec. 44,228 J. JOHNSON ...

Tof ours’;0 Gipsy collection for Leeds University

... letters has been receiving much attention recently. It includes the whole of Gosse's correspondence with Lord Haldane, Thomas Hardy, Henry James, Lord Balfour, Austin Dobson and many other noted men. An inventory of the letters has now been made and receiving ...

Dancers and actors

... synchronised with the movements of a group of dancers who mimed the play in view pf the audience. We thus had something akin to Thomas Hardy’s mummers of the 19 th Century, besides the link with an earlier age of dramatic art. Everyman was spoken Richard Hinton ...

Dcatfes

... , April 6, at 2.50 P-m. Friends please accept this intimation. HARDY. —March 51 (passed peacefully away), at Robin Hood’s Bay. ELIZABETH MCDONALD, dearly loved wife William Charles HARDY. HEATON. —April 4, 104. Airevllle Road, Frizinghall, Bradford. ELLIS ...

Useful dwarfs

... Useful dwarfs There is a grand range of these hardy annuals lor sowing straight out of doors without the aid of glass. Some of the dwarfer sorts are especially useful, as they come smiling through heavy rain. Tire delightful little blue Nemxophila is ...