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Trend of prices The

Trend of prices The

prices of consumer goods and services in 1949 were on average about 2 per cent, higher than in 1948. The biggest increases were in the prices meat and bacon (15 per cent, more), oils and fats (5 per cent), men’s and boys’ wear (9 per cent.), women’s, girls’ and Infants’ wear (5 p
18 April 1950 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BRILLIANT IN THE MUD

BRILLIANT IN THE MUD

Fourth win over Leeds By ALFRED DREWRY LEEDS 8 points, HUDDERSFIELD Huddersfield’s football at Headingley last night was of a quality to make the 13,000 spectators forget the rain, the gloom and the mud, and the Leeds partisans among them to forgive Huddersfield for having beate
18 April 1950 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A NEWCOMER TO THE DERBY BETTING

A NEWCOMER TO THE DERBY BETTING

A French horse, M. Boussac’s Pardal, was quoted for the first time for the Derby at the Victoria Club call-over last night. Pardal, who was offered at 22 to 1, has not raced in England. He is engaged in the Derby and St. Leger, but was not entered for the 2,000 Guineas. CALL-OVE
18 April 1950 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
New tenant for home of recluse From Our York Staff SUiunigton Hall, near Picketing, former home of Miss Hilda Kendall,

New tenant for home of recluse From Our York Staff SUiunigton Hall, near Picketing, former home of Miss Hilda Kendall,

a 78-year-old recluse, who was found dead there In Mach, 1943, is soon he occupied again. The Yorkshire Post was informed last night that the Hall has been let on a long lease to a Mr. Carrass, an author and playwright, of York. Miss Kendall had lived alone in the Hall for more
18 April 1950 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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24 July 1875 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE PARIS BOURSE.

THE PARIS BOURSE.

Paris, July 23. The Bourse has been undecided, the Three per Cent. Rentes closing at 65f. 22c., or 7c. higher, and the Five per Cents, 105f. 22c,, or sc. lower than yesterday. Italians excepted, international stocks were drooping. Exchange on London (short) sc. lower, at 25f. 29
24 July 1875 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST MR RICHARDSON.

SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST MR RICHARDSON.

SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST RICHARDSON. Yesterday, at the London Mansion House—before Sir Benjamin Phillips—Mr Thomas Richardson, ex-HP, for Hartlepool, engineer and ironfounder, appeared again in answer to a summons charging him that he, by divers false pretences, Mr Thos. Sterling B
24 July 1875 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
T£AOHERS. GOVERNESSES^An~

T£AOHERS. GOVERNESSES^An~

T£AOHERS. GOVERNESSES^A ~ SITUATION as GOVERNESS children a.hn„* music, drawing, and teedlework.-Z.. Post Offiw. Wakefield. salary. Apply the Vicar of Stanley, near A T f 1 eC 'J Class Certificated MISTRESS as Assistant Todmorden M Bcho ° l - salary.-B. W.. Post Office, HCAPITAL
24 July 1875 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PARK SOW.—TO BE LET, largo and very handsome PREMISES, suitable for offices tor professional men. or for a firstclass club

PARK SOW.—TO BE LET, largo and very handsome PREMISES, suitable for offices tor professional men. or for a firstclass club

house. The ground floor consists of five lofty and welllighted rooms, 24£t. by 18ft., 18ft. square, 18ft. 19ft., 16ft. 14ft„ and 14ft. 15ft., with lavatories and conveniences. the first and second floors are six rooms of similar dimensions, and closets; and, if required for a cl
24 July 1875 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SPRING HEAD SCHOOL, EASINGWOLD.— _ Miss BLYTH and Priiulein KOCH will be happy to receive their Pupils on Tuesday, August

SPRING HEAD SCHOOL, EASINGWOLD.— _ Miss BLYTH and Priiulein KOCH will be happy to receive their Pupils on Tuesday, August

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24 July 1875 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England