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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

25 Jan 1910

gratefully welcomed, and may addressed me at the Ladies’ Club, 14. Park Row. or at Rockland, Newton Park. —Yours, etc., OLIVE C. LUPTON. Hon. Sec. Holiday Homes. Rockland, Newton Park, Leeds, Jan. 24. A MUSICAL NOVELTY.” To the Editor The Yorkshire Post. Sir

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Sporting Life

Sporting Life London, England

3 Jul 1907

Sec- Innings. Locklia'-t fWI 16, Scott c H‘*>on b Bell I, Turner Bell li, ScholOeld notout 13, Thursby c Bentley »j 9. Wole - llnr Sell 2, Falrgreave not out 0; extras, I. Total (5 wkts), Old Rossalllans.—First Innings. K Matti:ews c and Tamer.. J K Lane

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Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail

Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail Durham, England

31 Jan 1935

c. S Tilly. Hon. Sec. MISS OLIVE LAMBERT. L.R.A.M (Performer's »nd Teacher’s Diplomas). Registered Teacher (Teachers Registration Council. London!. RECEIVES PUPILS FOR PIANOFORTE AND SINGING. 28 NEWLANDS AVENUE. T) LACKS for Mourning Dyed method), returned

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Gloucestershire Echo

Gloucestershire Echo Gloucestershire, England

1 Dec 1923

}} }» Shrewsbury (C Kenyon) Dodd 11 Nadine (Col L Birkm) W Payne 11 Ingoe (H Brown) Brown a 11 8 Bed Star IV. (Maj H Wernher) Coulthwaite 11 7 Certosa (C C Parr) J Lyall a 11 7 ■ Dug Major (T Bichatdson) Bullock a 11 Strike Breaker (F C Bummghs) Burroughs

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

18 Oct 1946

ADDRESSED RT. HON. OLIVER LYTTELTON D.5.0., M.C., r.c., M.P. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, at 7.30 p.m. DOORS OPEN AT G. 45 p.m. Limited number Reserved Seats by Ticket from: Secretary, Derby Conservative Association, 1, Wilson St., Derby. 251 c DERBYSHIRE COUNTY

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Stamford Mercury

Stamford Mercury Lincolnshire, England

8 Jul 1904

Train from at 10*45 p.m. fill particulars application E. PARSONS, Hon. Sec. MONSTER FETE AND GALA. TROTTING IN HARNESS. THURSDAY, JULY' 28th. For particulars see Schedules. E. BRETT. Hon. Sec. nEVESB Y FLOWER SHOW. THURSDAY. AUGUST 4th. GRAND EXHIBITION

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

27 Sep 1919

56. 9d., 6d. Tickets from C. C. CARTER, St. Georges Hal!. Telephono 1718. HR. HAROLD MASON. A.R.C.0., has | roomed teaching (Piano, Singing, and Theory ol , Music). For terms, etc., apply 2, Hyde Terrace, Leeds, c j JSS OLIVE BROWN. Reciter. Dramatic and

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

9 Jul 1932

COLONEL THE RIGHT HON. R. G. SHARMAN CRAWFORD. 0 L.. COMMODORE R. U. YACHT CLUB. ARRIVING BY HIS FAVOURITE FORM OF TRANSPORT. AITH HIM IS MR. RICHARD A. BARBOUR. HON. SEC. GRADUATION AT QUEEN'S ALMOST 300 DEGREES CONFERRED Edward 1. R. MacCregor. in

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Votes for Women

Votes for Women London, England

13 Oct 1911

CATHOLIC W.S. SOCIETY. Hon. Sec.—Miss Randall, Wilberforce Road, Finsbury Park. N. Hon. Treasurer.--Ilise Monica Whately, 7s, Harcourt Terrace, The Dolton., LW. Every effort should he male to make the public meeting at the small Queen's Hall, Langlivm

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

21 Apr 1926

Apr. . Mitfi OLIVER will be at home sec parents at the School House, 21 Queen's Rood, on Wednesday - noon, from 3 to 5 o'clock. CBAiGMoinrr. Girls; boarding and day school, GRANGE, Edinburgh. Principal, Miss Resident Headmistress, Mrs J. C. Landells, M

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

11 Aug 1906

A. F. Edbn-Pbbkikb, Hon. Sec. THE UAH LESS USD SHD THE UHDLESS MAH. the Editor of the Sampehire Chronicle. Sib,—l have ju»t had pleasure spending week in Hampshire. I simply delighted with the keen interest taken in land question by a very large number

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

7 Sep 1904

DIOCESAN S SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS, 1904- AEDFEET AND AGHADOE- PEIZES—ANSWERING. THE Hon. Sec. (Rev. W. L. Shade) notifies the List of names of those who obuined Prizes the recent Diocesan Examinations, 1904: Abdfxet Division ll—Certificat —Annie Burgeaa

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

18 Jul 1935

Trezise, B. Beckerltxr A. Fallon, A. W. Robinson, H. R. Bridges, J. J. Oliver, W. J. Hicks, J. T. C. Rowe, T. Reynolds, C. W. Marks, vV 11. A. Roberts, VV*. C. Brighton, T. W. Lewis, J. Craven, and J. H. IX Nicholas (also representing Mr. W. A. B. Battrick)

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Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald

Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald Kent, England

11 Jun 1904

W. HAUGHTOK, Hon. Sec, 57, BouTerie-road Vftat, Folkestone, June Bth, 1904. The following is a list of donations already received Earl of Radnor, £5O; Col. Moore-Lane (Theatricals), Sir Sassoon, Bart., M.P., Mrs. Oliver, £25; Mr. A. C. Edwards, £lO 10s

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Mid Sussex Times

Mid Sussex Times Sussex, England

8 Aug 1939

HON. SEC industrial suction. aim lhe Rev. F. K. S. Jacomb-ITmu rendered Ihe Soeieiy \aluable service lion. ITeasurcr. Lieul. - Colonel L. C. R. Messel is ihe esteemed Fresi. ent, mid (he Commit lees eoinjirhed : General Commillee —Messrs. ,J. Comber

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

1 Feb 1902

ii. H eMALLM Stafford. Hon. Sec. TkJIWPORT iBAIX)P) OPEN COURSING MEETING iHi kind of Sir T. F. gmkt Bag., and Tenantry i. will take place Tt «nAT. February 4. IS«, and Following Day*. Judge-Mi. Ft i.wkiu Slipper-E. Wilkixro*. juo. lagSU-ward-T. W. H«Nka

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West London Observer

West London Observer London, England

19 Oct 1923

Hon. Ora. Sec. WILLIAM H. KIRBY. 72. Prebend Gardens. W. 6. 11 I: ICE . Ell SERVICE TO OLYMPIA. ALTMATIONS AT WILLESDEN JUN c nos HIGH LEVEL STATION. FORGE() POST OFFICE WARR ANTS. WA ITEtt'S CON FEBSSION, Charges of obtaining £l.O and demands further

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Pearson's Weekly

Pearson's Weekly London, England

3 Sep 1903

SZPT. 1903. WILL P. T. 0. kindly give Hon. Sec. of the Farm Alit FUND an idea of value of article for sale? Amount Previously Acknowledged, £2,101 195. 41 , 1. F. Townsliend, 75. 6d.; Anon.. 35.; Billy, 21. 6d.•, An Old Woe I. 3t. Ruddick. £1; Beatrice

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Type: Illustrated
Sporting Life

Sporting Life London, England

25 May 1903

11l Hea< 16 . B. R. Harman. B H., 81, first. Pits ran Time 10 3-6 sec. Heat 16 : Dan Walker. Boat tec A.C.. sTfinS- - L'ljenno.U,SL Bride C., 01. second; W. K. Shesrink, St, Bride A- c . . tbvd. by T me. 10 4-5 ere. Heat 17: Bnrke. H.. 8 . drat; E. H

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Luton Times and Advertiser

Luton Times and Advertiser Bedfordshire, England

17 Oct 1902

Have; Treasurer: W R. Hawson ; Hon. Sec. : J. T. Needham. IHE EIGHTH COURSE of LECTURES WILL BE GIVEN IN THE PLAIT HALL, LUTON, ON SUCCESSIVE FRIDAY EVENINGS, Commencing October 24th. OCTOBER 24th. SIR HARRY JOHNSTON, K.C.8., G.C.M.G. PICTURES FROM THE UGANDA

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