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  • For Years: 1923 - 1939

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

28 May 1925

SEMI-FINALS TO-DAY. Yorkshire Ladies’ Play in Championship, result of the second play in tho Yorkshire ladies’ championship at Bradford, yesterday. Miss Griffiths, Bradford, will meet Mrs. Mudford, Hallamshire, and Mrs. C. Kitson, Ilkley, opposes Miss

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

2 Jul 1931

East Ridingl. Mr. W. J. N. Brice (County Surveyor). Mr. J. tv. fj-nnman. Thomas Holt by (Driffield). Dr. Fairw*ther (P'Vklington), Mr. and Mrs. Smith (North Cave), Mr. Percy, Mr. John El well (Beverley). Mr. Smith. Mr. .T. J. Ridley. Mrs. Kolthv (Cottingham)

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

30 Jan 1939

hour. J. w. Harvey; Mr. and. Mrs. J. C. Procter custard white Beat an egg. treating the yolk and AND A Mr. Charles Murray, who was showing tw cusrara or wmte sau . white separately. Add the soaked BETTY fine oils: Noel Middleton; Mr. Fran JAM OR bread

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

5 Sep 1931

trades necessary to the building of ap-to-tbeminute movie palace can obtained in Leeds. Tbe Maieetio Cinema, Normantoa, opened Monday next, represent* finished work many Leeds craftsmen. The talkie outfit—the Electrocord—was made in tinlberk firm which baa

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

9 Feb 1923

Mary’s renewed health —Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress.” their Majesties the King and Queen, Buckingham Palace. —Sincere good wishes for your grandson s future. Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress.' MUNICIPAL TRADING. Leeds Traders and Temple Newsam Experiments

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

17 Jan 1925

company with the Countess of Harewood. To the Princess a bouquet of pink carnations and asparrgus fern, tied with Mary blue ribbon, was presented on behalf of the nurses, and another, composed of violets and lilies of the valley, to Lady Harewood. They were

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

11 Sep 1924

PostTiaster. Mr. W. B. Clark, who for the last live years has been Postmaster at Keighley, is to retire, under the age limit, at the end of November. Mr. Clark started his career a messenger boy in the North Shields post office. * * LEEDS; Red Indians’

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

24 Jan 1935

the Princess. Mrs. C. E. Gray, of Skipton. Chairman of the Yorkshire Women's Presidents will be Lady Middleton, of Section, is to preside, and with other Birdsall House, Mrs. W. H. Carver, of members of the Area Committee will North Cave, Mrs. Shepherd,

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

13 Mar 1926

- • THE LEEDS SA' ; PUBLIC NOTICES. ENTERTAINMENTS. C NEXT LEEDS MEDIC\L CHAIiiTIES \S E MB L Y M S, THE <3 A A WEEK JfEW BRIGGATE, LEEDS. 10.40 COLLECTIOXS IX THE CITY. You Must See 1926. 1925. 11LDOLPH AI-^ENTUSO “THF Huiuire.l and Silt,-two Colloe-

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

4 Jan 1930

Headingley 110 Leigh. Mrs. P. T.. Park Square, Ixirds 0 0 and Denham, Ltd., Bond &t., Leeds 2 2 0 C.” Leeds 10 Mrs. A. K., Guiseley 5 o Durraais, Mrs. Charlotte. Sheffield 110 Nicholson, W., Prosncct Saw Mills, Leeds .. 10 0 0 Geldard, Mrs. M., Ilkley 1 10

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

14 Aug 1924

defence was that the boy had not churned the milk up before he sold it. * * * HAREWOOD: Garden Party. The Countess of Harewood yesterday opened a garden fete in the Harewood Vicarage gardens in aid of church funds. It has been decided to increase the insurance

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

17 Feb 1925

Church Parade at Harewood Barracks, Leeds, in April. Now seventy-four years of age, still smart, soldierlylooking man, and naturally proud of his new decoration He already holds a number decorations for active service. He joined the Leeds Voluntary Medical

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

5 Mar 1929

Griffin. Mr. A. Hutchinson. Mr. IfmoM Dixon. Mr. \V. A. Onddick. Mr. J. James. Mr. F. Wldds*. Mr. H. Kilchin?, 001. If. Kitcliina. Mr. C. M. Sladden, Mr. Coulton. Mr. T. H. Peicn, Mr. Medley. Mr. Georgo oil ley. Mr. Eustace

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

22 Nov 1926

villages in the West Riding assembled at Leeds Town Hall to mark their appreciation of the great work of Queen Alexandra. Princess Mary, who was accompanied ihe Earl and Countess of Harewood, received some 200 ladies, who each gave the Princess a “Ribbon

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

28 Apr 1937

Wedding Presents Ornamental and Practical -..W LEEDS, Tuesday tight Jg/fk V THE Princess Royal has sent silver >. cigarette box to Mr. Peter W Oldfield, son of the Leeds | surgeon, and his bride-to-be. Lady - ' \ Elisabeth Murray. They are to be / married

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

27 Jul 1938

g Aid. Alt Masser; Mrs. D. Murphy; Mr. S. Beevers; Mr. and Johh Mr. J. W. Mr. H Sellers. Mr. Nod Middleton; Mr. Frank Crawford, chairman. South- Leeds Conservative AssociaU'm. and Mrs. Crawford; Mrs B. C. Ives, chairman. N.E. View article

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

15 Mar 1935

Nunroyd Road. NEXT WEEK. R.A.S.C. 49th (West Riding) Division. Harrogate Road. Leeds. 7. 19 Commencing Tuesday Matinee (Mar. 19th), other Harewood Barracks. Woodhouse Lane, Leeds, 2. - e- ___ Matinees Wednesday. Thursday, and Saturday, WANTED. Clerks and

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

28 Aug 1936

Insertion. Three. Six. X I ORECAMBE. —Balmoral Private Hotel. 67, 1 single lady; country near Leeds or Harrogate. .I.v_l- Balmoral Rd. Board-Residence £2 2s. weekly. —C2, Leeds Vercury, Leeds. S. a. s. d. S. d. 14 words (2 lines) ~, 1 2 3 0 5 6 21 words

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

10 Sep 1923

Pasha. Mr. W. Hicking, Major and Mrs. Holliday, Mr. and Mrs. F. Hardy, CapL and Mrs. Hall, Mr. R. G. Hogarth. Mr.. B. Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Woben Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Homung, Mrs. Holden, Major Frank Holden, View article

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

4 Sep 1925

was performed instead his son, Mr. Anthony Asquith, who was accompanied the Countess Oxford aud Lady Bonham Carter. Mr. E. A. Lessing. who presided, read a telegram from Lord Oxford stating that he could not attend. Mr. Lessing said that the revered leader

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