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... Thomas Hardy THOMAS HARDY. Br Desmond Hawkins. (Arthur Barker. 65.) Mr. Hawkins's study of Hardy will not sufrer the inevitable comparisons with Miss Phyllis Bentley's study the Brontes, Dame Una Pope-Hennessy's study of Scott, and Lcttice ...

Plea to customers

... having heard of any other British novelists. Shades of Fielding and Scott, of Jane Austen and Blot, Charles Dickens and Thomas Hardy!— Yours, etc., WILFRED CHILD!. 40, Duchy Road, Harrogate ...

Bulldozer forces path snowbound hamlet From Our Special Correspondent HAWES, Thursday Night THE two farming ..

... through Gft. drifts of snow, through fog and through the stour, which whipped off the snowfields blinding mist. They include Thomas Hardy, of Northallerton, the driver of the bulldozer; William Moore, of Hawes; Hunter Hemsley, of Aysgnrth; and Arthur Hodgson ...

iHarriage*

... cremation 11 a.m. Friends please meet the church. HARDY.—November 21. 30. Ash Grove. Harrogate, aged 77. ALICE BEECHER, dearly loved wife of the late Joe HARDY and dear mother of Charles and Kenneth Hardy.— Service and Interment Cemetery today (Monday) ...

Birth, Marriages, Death, Acknowledgments,

... BL John's. Moor by the Rev. J. W. Cooke. EDGAR BOOTH MARGARET (Peggv* PINDAR. HARDY —BURROWS. Dee 19. 1933 Bt. Saviour*! Church, Batky. JOHN younger MO Ur. Md Mrs J 8 HARDY. Victoria Road. SHIRLEY. youngest daughter and Mrs Prank BURROWS, Upper RKBEL ...

Published: Saturday 22 December 1951
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 3433 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

Miu Julia Clements (right), an expert in floral decoration, explaining to two vieltore to Leeds Flower Show ..

... Edward Swales; 2. Cyril L. Hardy. Alwoodley. Leeds; P. Hervey. Bwcet peas, one vsse. any lavender, tine mauve shade—l. 2. Cyril L. Hardy; 3. Alf Robinson. Sweet peas, one vase, any othar colour—l. Edward Swales; 2. P. Hervey. Hardy perennials biennials, three ...

Wedding Anniversary

... Dewsbury Cemetery (tomorrow) Thursday at p.m. Friends pleas® accept this (the only) Intimation. HARDY.—ApriI 30. suddenly, aged dearl loved husband of Roaetta HARDY, dearly loved father of Poppy and Man® (Canada) and a dear grandpa.—-Cortege leaves his daughter's ...

Published: Wednesday 02 May 1951
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2526 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

WORKPEOPLE

... Works. Macau lay CBD Shopman Cutter 1 eqiiTmil. EXP. ataas and Sheet Warn Cutter -eqd., permanency to suitable man. Ajmiy Thomas Bennett and Boos (Leeds). Ltd., 39. Meadow Lane. 7 EXPERIENCED stamper required, or Girl. 16-18. to learn trade. Allied Paper ...

Published: Wednesday 05 September 1951
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1651 | Page: 11 | Tags: none

Wedding Anniversaries

... wood Cemetery. 1.30 p.m Friends please accept this (the only) intimation. HARDY.— June 1, is aged JAMES, dearly loved husband of the late Mary Ann and dear father of Edith HARDY.—Cortege leaves Back Bramley Street, Bramley, Wednesday, at p.m., for service ...

Published: Monday 04 June 1951
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1268 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

Engagements

... only child Mr. and Mrs. A JACKSON, Mean wood. Leeds Mr. and Mrs. A. BATTERSBY. of announce the engagement daughter. ALICE, THOMAS, youngest son of and Mrs. NICHOLLB. of Hereford Mr. and Mrs. W. BELL, of Buckingham Qrore Leeds 6, have pleasure announcing ...

Published: Monday 24 December 1951
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 3836 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

THE YORKSHIRE POST AND LEEDS MERCURY, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26. 1951 France's first victory at Twickenham

... left open half the field for another. A quick pick-up and pass by Rlmmer gave Hardy and Boobbyer unaccustomed room and Boobbyer was unchallenged when he crossed the line. Hardy's touch-finding the favourites By JOHN RIDGWAY CARNEGIE COI.L. 0, 0 Carnegie ...