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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

6 Mar 1953

has sent pictures his own choosing. The result exhibition that offers distinguished examples of many schools and periods. Such French masters as Daumier, Oorot, CCxanne and Ingres have been sent by Lady ChrlstobeL Aberconway. Mr. and Mrs. Tenchard Cox have

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

24 Oct 1953

WITH 'DOUBLE' MERCER celebrated his 18th birthday by riding two winners at Newbury today. He was successtul on Misty Night and Prescription. Twos and Threes gains short-head win at Doncaster long struggle. Two# and Throws got up la the last stride beat

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Barnoldswick & Earby Times

Barnoldswick & Earby Times Yorkshire, England

17 Dec 1954

position: Mr. F. S. Hnmelow, of Middlesbrough; Mr. H. Heaton, ot Accrington; Mr. H. J. Hoolev. of Bolton; Mr. L. T. Mcrrall. lof Hashngden; and Mr. J. P. Senior. the present, deputy general manager at Burnley, who was the short list with Mr. Rostron.

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

27 Jul 1950

(Greens tueids) 4-7-5 Herbert Jones 404 Owens Lady (Blnnie) J. Dyson 000 Fair Content (Calvert) 3-7-4 H. Greenaway Foreenst: 11-4 Brown Peal, 7-2 Ohms Law, 9-2 Mercob, 6 Neptune’s Sister, 8 Dombleoe, 10 Owens Lady. Desert Moon, 100-8 Prince Balbo, 20 others

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

26 Aug 1950

Partnered by Mrs. Mary Halford (Surrey), Mrs. Barbara Behr. Yorkshire Champion, reached the final of the women’s doubles with 6-4, 3-6, 6-2 win over Mrs. Freda Kammersley (Worcestershire) and Miss Georgle Woodgate (Middlesex). Mrs. Behr and Mrs. Halford were

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

29 Apr 1950

readiness to see his horse Colonist 11. run in he race named after hi m. Accompanied by Mrs Churchill, le drove into the members' car >ark, where he was met by jord Dundas, a director of the meeting, and Maj. J. C. Bulteel, clerk of the course. Mr ThurchiU's

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

1 Jul 1950

Sandall Grange. Jean's Grey. Susan Song, Owen's Lady, Rojac Leg.- 10. Off 2.35. Trained P Vasey. SP: Evens SUPERIDES, to 1 agst Suclaire, 7 to 1 Sandall Grange, 10 1 Sabayon, 100 to 8 Smoke Ring, 100 to 7 Owen's Lady, 20 to 1 Turkmain, to 1 others. 31., Tote

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

24 Nov 1953

in the match against University College. Hull, last week, will playing his first UAU nwtoh for Leeds. Goal scorers Derek Devey, who scored battrick for the University Soccer team his first match at centre-forward, scored four more goals in a 7-1 win over

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Barnoldswick & Earby Times

Barnoldswick & Earby Times Yorkshire, England

25 Aug 1950

winners were: Ladies: 1, Mrs. Rycroft; 2, Mrs. Jackson. Ladies playing gent: I,Mrs. Bracewell; 2, Mrs. Sexton. Visit Mr. T. Comthwaito. Good congregations assembled in the Cotton Trw Inghaiinte Church on 'Sunday, the occasion of the visit of Mr. T. Cornthwaite

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Barnoldswick & Earby Times

Barnoldswick & Earby Times Yorkshire, England

8 Sep 1950

weak. The whist steward was Mrs. Roberts and prizes were won by the following: Ladies: 1, Mrs. Nichols; 2. Mrs. M. Palfrey. Gents: I, Mrs, ,T. Wilson; 2, U. Dickinson. eonifietition prize given liy Mrs. Roberts was won by Mrs. Hewlett. similar event was

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Barnoldswick & Earby Times

Barnoldswick & Earby Times Yorkshire, England

22 Feb 1952

Mothers' In ion. Mrs. Kol>erts had harge ti»e games and the prize winners were follows Ladies : 1. Mrs. So|far;' 2. Mrs. Ladies 1, Mrs. E. Kohinson: 2.! Mrs. R. Rofjerts. A comfietuion. prize, given by Mrs. Bristowe, was won by Miss Brown and Mrs. James. Square

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Barnoldswick & Earby Times

Barnoldswick & Earby Times Yorkshire, England

26 Jun 1953

the Y.W.C.A. were : Ladies : I. Mrs. Ftkleu : 3. Mrs. Riley. Gents.: 1. Mrs. Matthews; 3. Mrs. Dallrv. Mothers' Union. winners at. a whist drive held by the Christ Church Mothers’ Union on Saturday were : —Ladies; I, Mrs. X. Wil■ Mrs. A. Bristo. Gents.

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

18 Sep 1953

Bridegroom made his own cake From our Wakefield staff A bridegroom at Sandal, Wakefield, yesterday, had made and iced his own wedding cfcke. It bad four tiers and weighed nearly half a cwt. He was Mr. John Kenneth Rldgway. elder son of Mr. end Mrs. Harry Ridgway

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

11 Mar 1954

last week tendering his resignation and saying that both and Miss England had taken jobs In London. Today. Mr, Thompson will act a,s best man at the wedding hi* brother, Mr. Colin Thompson. Hi* mother, Mrs. Louisa Thompson, a widow, who live* Brunei Terrace

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Barnoldswick & Earby Times

Barnoldswick & Earby Times Yorkshire, England

12 May 1950

Member. Mr. J. E. Taylor, who recently resigned the chairmanship of Colne Orpheus (!lee Union and was succeeded [by Mr. Sydney Crabtree, has been [made Life Member. No one could be more worthy of that distinction. For long number of years Mr. Taylor was

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Star Green 'un

Star Green 'un Yorkshire, England

29 Apr 1950

Ripon yesterday, and he completed a fine double when High Feather outpaced his rival* the Rainton Stakes today, to provide W. Smallwood, the Swinton, Rotherham, trainer, with his first success the season. TBML HEI.UNU PLAT* al F. DUES »INC!BTANDING. .-»-5

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South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times

South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times Yorkshire, England

9 May 1959

President. tor clone on years. Mr. Ineharchon hat bean Foundry and Endanger. tad Co Ud. much of this haying Wen spent at /ald. he was formerly Ihnothrr. • duty takr OVW Mr. W Welker Mr R**al ton was mad* Foundry Summing's. ' dent I Mr Richardson le a of ►rka

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

2 Jan 1954

understood to be due to natural causes. Recant autobiography When Mr. Chamberlain became Prime Minister, on Mr- Baldwin's resignation In XM7. Mr. Duff Cooper was appointed First laird of the Admiralty. Lord Norwich was cieated first Viscount Norwich In

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South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times

South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times Yorkshire, England

10 Oct 1959

bright and early was veteran 9.700. Wathonlan. Mr. A. J. Latham One of the oldest residents of Smith. who celebrated his Nth 'lloyland to cast his vote at St birthday early Ma year. He walked ',w. Parish Hall was Mr from hie home In Carr Road to the. Arthur

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

11 Sep 1952

Trophy, presented by Mr and Mrs. If. Berry, Doncasicr. who won the Yorkshire Evening Post Trophy three times in succession, the Bridlington couple giving the best performance. Harry Roy and his band will play lor the linal. and Mr. and Mrs. J. Baron, who were

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