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Yorkshire Observer

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Head Offices: 26, Kirkgitte, and 10, Piccadilly, Bradford.

Newspaper Proprietors, Publishers, General Printers, Bookbinders, and Engravers

Established in 1834.

Incorporated as a Limited Company in 1906.

1914 Directors: Sir James Roberts, Bart., J.P. (Chairman), James Hill, J.P., and W. A. Whitehead, J.P. Branches: Leeds, 54, Albion Street; Halifax, 15, Crossley Street; Dewsbury, 22, Market Place; Keighley, 58, Low Street; London, 172, Fleet Street, E.-C. Business: Proprietors of the "Yorkshire Observer" (Liberal); "Yorkshire Observer Budget," and the "Keighley News." General Printers, Bookbinders, and Engravers.


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