Harmsworth


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British newspaper publisher (1865-1922)

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The club were forced to turn away several hundred fans while the Thistle bus - which had made a three-hour journey north - was sent on its way within 25 minutes of arriving at Harmsworth Park.
In reply, Menai fell from 44-0 (Luke Jones 32) to 55-3, but 52 off 42 balls from Harmsworth, who cracked four sixes, and then an unbroken stand of 39 between Nathan Goodright (28no) and Danny Creek (15no) led the hosts to a winning 155-5 in 32.
members of the Harmsworth family who were not party to the transaction
Sarah Harmsworth and the staff at Scott's Funeral Directors.
Vet David Grant, director of the RSPCA's Harmsworth Animal Hospital in London, said he was seeing "unprecedented levels" of injuries.
1) Developed initially by the likes of George Newnes, Alfred Harmsworth, and Cyril Arthur Pearson, these publishing groups exploited the technological breakthroughs of the late nineteenth century, which transformed printing into a modern mass-production industry, and in so doing, provided British investors with an enduring stream of profits throughout the generally bleak conditions of the interwar years.
McDonald (3) Jill Robinson and Rachel Malins (4) Gale Young and Melanie Donovan (5) Jill Robinson and Rachel Malins (6) Jim Richardson, Joe Millett, Esmond Harmsworth and Barbara Lynyak
But as a 22-1 winner of the pounds 25,000 Daily Mail Raceday Handicap Chase (in Memory of Lady Harmsworth Blunt), connections have certainly been repaid in kind.
Mr Gardiner launched the Act with TV vet David Grant at the Harmsworth Animal Hospital, north London, where the BBC's Animal Hospital was filmed.
Residents of The Palmyra will experience island-style luxury living, privileged access to three internationally-acclaimed golf courses, the White Witch, Cinnamon Hill and Half Moon, and five-star amenities including The Palmyra ESPA, a signature spa by award-winning designer Susan Harmsworth.
The deal, upwards of $250,000, was made by Jennifer Gates at Zachary Shuster Harmsworth.
Newspapermen: Hugh Cudlipp, Cecil Harmsworth King and the Glory Days of Fleet Street.
The investment was made through DMGT's subsidiary Harmsworth Publishing N.
The remains were acquired by a syndicate headed by Alfred Harmsworth (later Lord Northcliffe of the Daily Mail); other members were Eyre & Spottiswoode (publishers and printers) and the Hastings brothers.
For gym managers the opportunity lies in the new customers we can attract for them by helping more people get involved in health and fitness," says Neil Harmsworth.