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  • For Years: 1923 - 1939

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

4 Sep 1936

Buckton, Mr. S. C. Drury (Stationmaster, Leeds Central), Mr. Percy Riche rdscn. Mrs. E. Watkinson, Mrs. E. V. Gilliet, Mrs. Gladstone Wilson, Mrs. W. F. Lucey. Mrs. Ada Holder, and Mrs. H. N. Cliffe, Mrs. Homburg, Mr. Basil H. Butler. _ _ View article

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

8 Dec 1938

and wittiest after-dinner speakers Hull. LADY ELLIS Public Services at Sheffield Lady Ellis, wife of Sir William Ellis, of Weetwood, Ecclessll, Sheffield, and daughter the late Mr. F. W. Tetley, Fox Hill, Leeds, died nursing home on Tuesday. Her most active

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

14 Aug 1935

(Beverley), Mrs John Babington, F. Duggleby (South Dalton), Mr Mike Dalton (Beswick), Mr John Bladon, Mr Jos. Stephenson, Mr Lionel Dv Pre, Mr W. A. Massey, Mr T. Hudson, Mr S. Webster, Mr P. Barugh, Mr and Mrs Cecil Holtby (Melton), View article

Type: Illustrated
Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

23 Mar 1932

found in the fir belt near Fight* Cocks Whin ran straight to the slag heaps, Middleton St. George, and was Hounds did not find again till 3.20 in Whin, and coming away by Middleton George Hall ran to the slag heaps. After delay the pack eventually took the

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

27 Jan 1934

Booth. Mrs Malltnaon, Mr. and Mia H Malllaon. Mr and w. Mold. Mr. and Mrs Toaneod. Mr. and Mrs w Watmoush. Mr and Sdrt Daviaon. Mr. N. Arnold. Mr. and Mm. J art Doane. Mr. and Doani, Mr. and View article

Type: Illustrated
Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

19 Sep 1938

COCKER SPANIEL CLUB Satisfactory Entry of 82 at Leeds Show Fo r the third time in its history, the Yorkshire Cocker Spaniel Club held its members’ show in Leeds on Saturday. Although there were only two Leeds entrants for the show, the Club Is anxious to

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

3 Jan 1939

Corwen. Mr. Philip Gaunt. Mr. H. S. Wainwrlght. Mr. S. Webster, Mr. G. Oakes, Mr. Guy Barratt. Mr. F. W. Hanson. Mr. H. Jackman. Mr H. Collins, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fallowes. Mr. J. C B. Smith, Mr. J. H. Bromley, View article

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

17 Apr 1931

Warde-Aldam, Mrs Sotheron-Eatcourt, Miss L. Leatham, Mr D. Stublev and partv, Mr. and Mrs. John Dymond, Mrs. Neville. Mrs. Gilbert Norton, Miss Wood Mr and Mrs. Wheelwright, Cantain and Mrs Ley land. Mr. and Mrs. Simpson, Miss Lyon, View article

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

8 Aug 1925

THE LEEDS MERCURY. S/~TrrT>Ay. AUGUST 8. 1925. ate George Medley Morrell and M Morrell, Hal!, as memo* l o their two nephews, sons Mr. ditclioll. The new wing to be opened day by the Countess Harowood consists of a rest and recreation room, erected and

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

5 Feb 1937

ROWLEY (Mr. Hayes) Hanley 511 12 YANG-TSE-KIANG (Mr. Herman) W. Madden 511 12 CA IRA (Mr. T. Richards) W. Nightingall 511 12 MRS. GRUNDY (Mrs. S. Savile) J. Beary 511 12 LADY PAMELA (Mr. E. Short) Tabor 511 12 DUVERNATE (Mr. Winter)

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

27 Jul 1933

and Mrs. Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Frankland, Mr. Oliver Swithenbank, Mr. Philip Marsden, estate agent to Lord Irwin at Temple Newsam, and his wife; the Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Sutherland, Mr. and Mrs. Harding Churton. * * ♦ The Princess’s Deputy. DISAPPOINTMENT

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

20 May 1937

For two-ycar_ olds. (Five furlongs and about 25 yards). 8 7 LIGHTS OUT (Mr. G. E. Cloke) „ , _ Cliff Richards 1 9 3 DAVID MIKE (Mr. D. G. MarshalD.T. Lowrey 2 3 PAS DE DEUX (Mr. H. Sidebottom) R. A. Jones 3 Also ran: Oletta c. (W. Rickaby), Flick (R

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

11 Sep 1936

Winn. Alderman E. J Clarke. Mr John Rafferty. Mr. Sydney Webster. Mr P. Cowling, Mr. A. Jones, Mr. J. Mr. R. Bretherlck, Mr.' H. M. McKay. Mr. B. Bui lux. Mr. John Amott, Mr. B. N Boworth. Mra. Wardle. Mrs. Beatrice View article

Type: Illustrated
Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

10 Dec 1927

10 7 MORNY—Mr. Beer .H. Leader 10 7 CAPSICUM—Mr. H. Collins . E. Piggott 10 7 TRANSGRESSOR—Mrs L. Drage ..Butctiarj 10 7 LADY K.—Mr. F. Hill Hammond 10 7 MARTONIA-rMr. E. G. de Mestre Owner 10 7 SEA WARRIOR—Mr. T. Owner 10 7 SOCCER—Mr. W. H. 5a»U1

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

23 Feb 1927

Williams BLINKER, 6y-Mr F. Brown Il 7 y- F. Cundell Owner 11 1 COMETHER, lly—Mr T. Donnelly Gilbert The above have arrived. HILL, lly—Mr 8. Bonnet. Owner i i sy—Mr A. Chapman Turner ii in 6y—Mrs Cornelina Larkin ii i? HAZOR, 6y—Mr A. Howeson W. Nightingall

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

8 Jun 1928

for publication, mutt accompany every advertisement. Address: The Advertisement Manager, The Leeds Mercury, Telephone: 20207, Bond Street, Leeds. THE LEEDS MERCURY, FRIDAY. JUNE 8. HOLIDAY ACCOMMODATION. st***•••***••****••***•**•••••♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

29 Jan 1934

Lupton. Mr. and Mrs. Osborne. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kltson, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Mayo. Mr. H. Macpherson, Mr. W. Bower (Romany Cricket Clubl, Mr. W. H Spice, Mr. H. PlUingham. Mr. H. O. Lupton, Mr. C. Bedford, Colonel and View article

Type: Article
Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

30 Apr 1934

Senior, Mr. and Mrs. Barwlck. Mrs. A. E. Burdon. Mr and Mrs. T Taylor Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Taylor, Lady Joan Joicey. Mrs. Sutton Jones. Col. and Mrs. Leather. Mr. and Mrs. Sample. Col. and Mrs.

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

5 Feb 1931

Thoresby-Society—Mr. A. Mattinson on Leeds in Bygone Days —l6, Queen Square, Leeds, 7.30. Leed> Voluntary Care Committee—The Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress at Annual Tea and Entertainment Albert Hall, 5. Loeds Women’s Conservative' Association —Mrs. Anderson on

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

28 Sep 1925

NOTES AND NEWS. LEEDS MUSICAL FESTIVAL. BOTH the King anil tho Queen arc patrons the Leeds Triennial Musical Festival, which opens the Town Hall Wednesday, October 7. Three years ago Sir Hugh Allen and Mr. Albert conducted the first Festival hold since

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