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KEIGHLEY’S EXIT.

KEIGHLEY’S EXIT.

Storersßorhdale Hornets: Heaton (2), tries; Ulan i 2;, goals. KeiglJey.—J. T. Halton, try; Perkin?, goal. The Lawkholme battle between Eochdale Hornets and Keighley was very disappointing affair, fqr, although the East Lancashire side deserved their victory. the play was of a mo
28 February 1921 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CUP-TIE FIGURES

CUP-TIE FIGURES

Some of the official attendances and receipts at Saturday's Northern Union Cup-ties are as follow : Attendance ... Receipt* Si- Wakefield t. Huddersaeld.. 30,676 ... 1,5|1 llunslel ». I-eed, 25,000 ... 1.650 Halifax T. Bailey 21.294 ... 1,500 Hull t. Warrington 16,000 ... 1,07*
28 February 1921 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDS UNITED MISTAKE.

LEEDS UNITED MISTAKE.

Slip Which Brought Defeat in a Poor Game. » , Bcc,Tor~ Clapton Orient: Bradbury. Leeds United: Nil. A crowd of 15,000 was disappointed on the occasion Leeds United’s appearance at Clapton, for poorer game it has rarely been my lot to witness. two bad teams, the Orient were the b
28 February 1921 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SLAITHWAITE HARRIERS.

SLAITHWAITE HARRIERS.

The annual cross-country championships the Huddersfield and District Association took place at Slaithwaite. The Ixmgwood trophv shield and medals in the senior race were won Slaithwaite with at pts. to Halifax, 37 pts. The first man home was A. Norcliffe, of Slaithwaite, who won
28 February 1921 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
COUNTY LACROSSE.

COUNTY LACROSSE.

In the Yorkshire v. Cheshire County lacrosse match, played on the Leeds Grammar School ground, play was mostly in favour of Cheshire, and their attackers indulged in fine passing movements. Barrow and Bentley, however, defended well for Yorkshire and saved the situation. Cheshir
28 February 1921 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SACKING BLACK AND TANS? Tudor and Greenwood Go? DRAMATIC RUMOURS Sensational rumours to pending Irish developments were current last night

SACKING BLACK AND TANS? Tudor and Greenwood Go? DRAMATIC RUMOURS Sensational rumours to pending Irish developments were current last night

in Dublin quarters, including the I'nionist rentre. the Kildarestreet Club. They were: that the British Government has derided'to disband the Blackand-Tan*. that Genera! Tudor tendered hi* resignation, that : Hatnar is also goinc. and that General Crosier i* letuni a* Police Adv
28 February 1921 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
KILLED ON RAILWAY

KILLED ON RAILWAY

A Doctor and An Unknown Man Run Down Found in six-foot way railway station, Dr. J. L. Palmer, of Liverpool, died whilst being taken to hospital. It believed that was knocked down by express train from Bristol. His bead was severely injured. Dr. Palmer was to Garodiffaith enter i
28 February 1921 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
LINOLEUM & FLOOR POLISH

LINOLEUM & FLOOR POLISH

requires no rubbing : is antiseptic and water-white. It creates a non-slippery surface that lasts. If yoar dealer hat write the tola manufactureri
28 February 1921 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
w« tnut you. 14 DAYS' FREE TRI

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w« you. 14 DAYS' FREE TRI 9 Sa\ heura «»f hard la OUR aUARAKT Patent »•>*«.»• r<>val after TRIAL >ou have * piy It you > nd all c aire tost. 111. fair offer, w« make uclcatarc *e;c jou w. u d And (he wuber we claim. READ THE FOLLOYIHO EXTRACTS TAKEN FROM A FEW OF SOME 20,000 UNSO
28 February 1921 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
A Thing to Thank Heaven For

A Thing to Thank Heaven For

A Thing Thank Heaven For have the solution the un. employment problem. It -*- mure unemployment! M % wealthy woman told yeawdsy, few ft the workers, the mure, obviously, the work be done, was ing the lowar orders" the scandalously wages of the •workcis. 1 mentioned people who mad
28 February 1921 - Daily Herald - London, London, England