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Although local estate agents estimate that, given planning permission for housing, the plot could fetch pounds 2 million, Mr Hallowes said he would not be pursuing the potential fortune through the courts.
Commenting from a technical viewpoint, Paul Hallowes, Vodafone New Zealand radio engineer, stated, "We chose MINI-LINK Traffic Node as it strengthens our traffic control and manageability as well as giving substantial savings in site accommodation cost.
The Dent Archive also contains four handwritten letters or notes to Dent from Conrad's secretary, Miss Lilian Hallowes, dated 18 May 1920, 5 April 1923, 22 June 1923, and 26 July [1923].
The annual Woodsome Hall Scratch Foursomes competition was won by Marcus Armitage, of Howley Hall, Scott Campbell, of Hallowes.
Second Lieutenant Rupert Price Hallowes, from Port Talbot, was awarded a posthumous VC - the Commonwealth's highest award for gallantry in the face of the enemy - for his brave actions as he lay dying on a Western Front battlefield exactly a century ago.
On the fringes of the action is Conrad's typist Lilian Hallowes who is sidelined by the family as an outsider but deeply affected by the death.
LANCASHIRE Boys dominated the morning session, winning four out of the six foursomes for a strong interval lead in the match against Yorkshire Boys at Hallowes, but they ultimately had to share the spoils.
All Women features a selection of work by female artists, including Veda Hallowes and Sue Morgan.
On hearing he is now the legal owner of the corner of Hampstead Heath, London, where he has been living 18 years, Harry Hallowes thought a mobile home would be nice - a second-hand one.