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  • For Years: 1923 - 1939

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

4 Aug 1934

iiiii CINEMAS. LEEDS. Ti-ir r»i headinglev Mt. continuous Irora 6.50. Matinees Mon., Tues., Wed. and Sat. at E-50. LIONEL BARRYMORE, Y’ilh ALICE BRADY and CONWAY TEARLE In the brilliant Drawing-room Farce, SHOULD LADIES BEHAVE.- NOEL COWARD’S ” DESIGN

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

25 Feb 1935

Sugd'en (Brighouse), Mr, Forrester (Shipley), and Dr. J Morrlsey (jßradford) refereed boxing, and the Judges were Major B. Hick (Ba'Ldon), Lieutenant K. (York), Mr. W..N. Barber (Halifax), and Mr. J. ,J. Brannlgan (Bradford). McCarthy (Leeds University) acted

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

1 Aug 1931

Fr. Soc., 3s. od.; Leeds Lonsdale Club, £2O; Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Leigh, £25; Yorks. Ev. News, £59 12s. 5d.; J. Reid and Sons, llorbury Bdge., £1 19s. 3d.; F. Ratcliffe, £1; Sandmoor Gofl Club, £7 13s. 4d. Anon., £216 15s. od.; Harewood Par. Counc. Jubilee

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

30 Jan 1939

FINISHING LEEDS A.R.P. TRENCHES Corporation Asked To Spend £50,000 SAFEGUARD FOR CITY GAS SUPPLY Leeds City Council will be asked on Wednesday to approve the spending of £50,000 completing A.R.P trenches. The Central Purchasing Committje will recommend

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

16 May 1938

SYNTAX- Mr F. Burgess J Colling 7 LADY NOEL Mr Digbv Ow..e- .5 7 4 Mr Vlasto 4 TNF HAVE 111 DAVY DOLITTLE Miss Pu.>on« '» O Mrs Elaev 4 Hid GREENWICH Lord De.b» Lerdrr , fni! lIF.L7.EPHRON—Sir A Bailey .5 Mr Ha;.- J Coiling M 34FIOW1NO TIDE Mr C V..wd

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

18 Jul 1936

R (Ladies' and Gent's) or Improver; -I—l - good cutter and shaver; state wage.—K3s, CHURCH NOTICES. Leeds Mercury, Leeds. Zr t„Wit . 101 trn i n TOIATENTS and Proprietary Articles Department.-- I 3 13RUNSWICK METHODIST CHURCH. -1- Well-known Leeds Wholesale

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

21 Oct 1933

and Lady Coatea Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Braithwatte Dr. and Mrs. J. Le P. Burrow Mr. and Mrs. H. Colllnson Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Ingram J. E. Kitchen, Esq Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kltson David Little, Esq Dr and Mrs. W. MacAdam Mr. and View article

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

5 Dec 1924

Andrew’s Churcii, Leeds, was opened yesterday* Lady Wilson. Lady Wilson said that, in her opinion. Church schools should maintained, as they formed a link with the Church, and gave religious instruction not to be obtained elsewhere. LEEDS V/ELFARE EFFORT

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

27 Mar 1925

for Nidd Valley; Mrs. Bain and Lady Radcliffe for Pannal and Follifoot; Lady Bain for the Harrogate West Ward; Mrs. I errand for Hilton; and Mrs. Whittingham for Starbeck. «• * * PRINCESS MARY AS ASSOCIATE ? Princess Mary comes into Lady Evelyn Collins’

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

14 May 1924

petitioner, Mr. Constantine, told Demetriades that Mrs. Birkbeck was a married woman, but he said he did not care. They afterwards lived together in Pans. Birkbeck was awarded a decree, and £2OO damages. TOWN HALE AS the king talks ARCADY. TO MR. BROWN i

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

30 Jan 1936

Del Rlego. Mr. J. Del Rlexo. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Gower. Mr. Cecil Hlgglns. Mr. F. F. Warner, Mr. Kenneth Carlisle, Mrs. Ernest Farquhar. Mrs. Russell Jaggard. Mr. E. C. Mrs. Fortune. Mrs. Henriques, Mrs. Wild, View article

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

18 Jun 1931

Estimates. IKCommercial Street. Leeds. 'V FURNITURE. V lrom £ 4 150 DESKS from £3 ,Mwl? t(l GROVE STORES. - RAR K DANE, LEEDS. 11 KSyRS-_ W CORNER. Tel A i. P»^ L and CO. (P. D. Bailev, “tent Agents. 7, East Parade, Leeds. PERSONAL (1/6 pei line) SPECIAL

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

16 Sep 1924

MOHAMED JAMAL—Mr A. Macomber Crawford 7 KISSER—Mi V. Thompson P. Hartigan 7 11 BRUSNA C—Mr A. J. Ash H. Leader 711 SUIVI—Mr H Hirst F. Hartigan 7 9 ORANGE PLUME—Mr H DennisCottrill 7 9 BELLATANA F—Mr W. Murland..O Sadler 7 9 LADY’S BLUSH—Mr P Ralli ..

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

28 Jan 1929

LEEDS WOMAN’S FORTUNE. Mrs. Maud Nickols, of Bridge House, Harewood. Leeds, for many years wellknown follower of the ham Moor Hunt, wife of Major Harold tanner, of The Joppa Tannery, Leede, and second daughter of the late Joseph Pickersgill, of Darden

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

17 Dec 1924

platform; while the Countess 11 are wood and the Lady Mayoress of Leeds occupied seats among the interested crowd of ladies tho body of the hall. As the names of the various institutions were called by tbo Clerk to the Senate (Mr. F. T. Baines), delegates

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

14 Jan 1926

LEEDS THURSDAY, JAVTTABY 14, 1926. i praising the manners* their Nort. .-ountry friends, 1 regarded the compl nient as had been well earne- ♦ ♦ FOR THE OLD AND NEEDY. The Countess of Harewood is to open on Friday the new wing which has been added to the

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

7 Jan 1927

patrons are the Earl and Countess of Harewood. also the Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress (Alderman and Mrs. Hugh Lupton), besides many other social leaders in the city and neighbourhood. Conn Tate Band is providing the music ; ii special spring floor is being laid;

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

3 Aug 1934

Leeds Tender The Transport Committee had decided favour of accepting the tender the National Benzole Co., Ltd. Leeds, for the supply of benzole mixture at lljd., In preference to the lowest tender received. the ground of the extra mileage galion obtained

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

12 Oct 1936

Bucks, and daughter the first X-ord HUllngdon, who married Lady Louisa Isabella Lascelles, eldest daughter of Henry: third Earl Harewood. Mr. Grenfel| was, a cousin of the Archbishop of York. Mrs. Grenfell was second cousin. for some months, but attended

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

31 Mar 1934

Section) 27 1 5 Mr. Harry B. Brown 25 O Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Thomas 35 0 R.A.M.C. (T.A-), Leeds Harewood Barracks. proceeds a dance 25 0 0 Staff the Cockbum High School 12 Mr. A. L. Middleton 21 0 O Mr. Richard Davy 21 0 0 Mrs. Brown '1 0 Mr. J. WhJt«ley

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