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10 matches for Countess Harewood Lady Clarke Mrs Noel Middleton Leeds in the British Newspaper Archive

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  • County: Yorkshire, England
  • For Years: 1923 - 1939
  • Type: Advertisement

Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

5 May 1925

later. 55, SCOTT-STREET! WM. CLARK has received instructions from Mr Brant SELL AUCTION, WEDNESDAY, at Eleven o'clock, 50 Useful HAND-' CARTS, BARBUW, BENCHES, Etc. View Morning of Sale. SALE ROOMS, GEORGE-STREET. ~ WM. CLARK will SELL by AUCTION on THURSDAY

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

28 Jan 1927

HULL. WOMEN'S ANNIVERSARY. SATURDAY :- 7.30. —GRAND CONCERT WOMEN'S CHOIR Chair: Mrs S. WALKER. SUNDAY:— 11.0.—Rev NOEL F. HUTCHCROFT. 3.O.—MUSICAL SERVICE. Chair: Mrs W. H. PAULING 6.3o.—Rev FRANK SPENCER. Series: The Love God, and (2) Injustice

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

6 Dec 1929

E. BRIAN 3-O—FELLOWSHIP. Musical Service arranged by Mr Oaborn Walker: elocutionist. Miss Jessie Johnson: special soloist, Mr Leonard Dyson (famous tenor). 6-30— REV. C. E. BRIAN COWBURN. Soloist, Mr Leonard Dyson. BRUNSWICK WEBLEYAN CHURCH, IJOLDERNESS-ROAD

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

30 Apr 1934

Cbok-General Wanted, £40; morning help. —Mrs Douglas Clarke, Westcroft. Elloughtotn. Brough. WANTED, capable General; uniform, refs. Good wages give«4.—Apply Mrs Scarborough, under the City Hall, Hull. LONDON, Leeds: Coojk-Generals, Housemaids wanted; fares

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

24 Jun 1936

Genfs Clothing.—Mis Fit En? ..A 'Phone 11108 DAVIS. 315. Spring-hank West, Wants . Ladies , Gent Clothing. Best prices paid. P2I MR3 BrSHOP. 144. Porter-st., want* Ladies Gents Children's Cast-offs.- lei 12440 LIGHTERS, BOATS. &c. F V^te'|po , , n ar WanSford

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Driffield Times

Driffield Times Yorkshire, England

4 Jun 1938

(Lowthorpe). Mr. J. C. Duke Pastor Q. E. Atkin, the Rev. R. Cawthome, Mrs. Clarke, Mrs. George, Mrs. J, W. Harrison, Miss Holtby, Mrs. E. Rednuai outing oy motor bus. The party, • S-g H kltchlng, Mr. J. H. Stevennumbering 28, were accompanied by the (Master

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

10 Apr 1923

Holderness-rd. FOR SALE. Pram, leather apron, mudguards.-5, Melrose ay., Middleton-st. SMALL WRINGER, new special offer, £3 19s 6d. —Brunswick Depot. 323, Holderness-rd. SALE Lady's Tweed Costume, new, £1. Silk Sports Coat, new, 105—1866, Mail. 10 DISPOSAL

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

9 Jul 1924

115 Grass, situate down Bale-lane. Lot 4. 4. Grass, situate down Bale-lane. Sale 7.30 p.m. prompt. The above are situate on Mrs Hardy's Farm. Auctioneers' Addresses: Witbernwick and Elsternwiek. MEADOW GRASS, SWEEP SCYTHE MESSRS J. SWALES and SON are

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Driffield Times

Driffield Times Yorkshire, England

1 Oct 1938

were Mr. and Mrs. G. Burton, Mrs. C. E. Marsh, Mr. W. Poster Jnr., Miss Newlove, Mrs. Cawthorne, Mrs. Dalnes, Mrs. Clark, Miss Parkinson. Miss E. Cooper. Mr, C. Moore, Mr. L. W. Barker, Miss J. Oxtoby, Miss J. Watts. Mr. Parkinson. View article

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

25 Nov 1927

lane. 25 OD MAID lor two ladies, all dut.ea—Mm. Mosa 16. Ba'moral road. N> ttingham. 29 NERAL HELP Wanted for lady's small house. —Mias Scott's Registry, Shaw Mills, Harrogate. 26 MAID with some experience wanted; reliable.—Clarke, 2. Devonshire road. Sherwood

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