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DON BRADMAN OUT—THANK YOU, DUCKWORTH!

DON BRADMAN OUT—THANK YOU, DUCKWORTH!

ONLY A DOUBLE CENTURY THIS TIME! England's Weary Uphill Struggle In The Marathon Test AUSTRALIA KNOCK UP ANOTHER GIANT SCORE BRADMAN is out. After scoring 232 in the last of the Test matches, he was caught at the wicket after lunch, to-day, off the bowling of Harold Larwood, of
20 August 1930 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DANGER SPOT ON A COUNTRY ROAD

DANGER SPOT ON A COUNTRY ROAD

JURY'S COMMENT AT INQUEST ON DERBYSHIRE LORRY DRIVER verdict of Accidental death was returned at the inquest at Hathersage yesterday on James Andrew Brookes, steam lorry driver, of Burbage, who was killed in a lorry accident between Hathersage and Grindleford on Monday, the jury
20 August 1930 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DARE-DEVIL DRIVING IN T.T. PRACTICE

DARE-DEVIL DRIVING IN T.T. PRACTICE

THRILLS AT 75 MILES AN HOUR NOTTINGHAM MAN'S TERRIFIC SPEED A DRIVER HURT CAR OVERTURNS AT CORNER two hours to-day, the official practice for the Ulster Tourist Trophy motor-car race began on the Ards circuit, outside Belfast, some of the greatest thrills ever provided by road r
20 August 1930 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DO "OUTSIDERS" GET DERBY JOBS?

DO "OUTSIDERS" GET DERBY JOBS?

COMPLAINT ABOUT WORK SCHEMES OFFICIAL DENIAL That men from outside districts are engaged in preference to local ratepayers on Derby work schemes is the complaint of " One of the unfortunates Derbyites," who writes to the " Derby Telegraph " as follows:— "We keep reading in your
20 August 1930 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SHARDLOW LOFTS MAKE HISTORY

SHARDLOW LOFTS MAKE HISTORY

Homing Notes and News BRILLIANT SUCCESSES IN BOURNEMOUTH RACE BY "PEARL EYE" THE week-end has made history for the Shardlow lofts and the birds housed'therein, owned and raced by that good fancier Mr. H. J. Lewis. Flying with Derby South Road from Bournemouth in conjunction with
20 August 1930 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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DUCKWORTH

DUCKWORTH

THERE has been a considerable criticism of Duckworth's work behind the stumps in the present Test match which is hardly deserved. The work done by a wicket" keeper is not equalled by any other player on the field. Take, for example, an ordinary five hour day in the field. As the
20 August 1930 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BISHOP LEAVES DERBY

BISHOP LEAVES DERBY

Dr. George W. Wright, Bishop of Sierra Leone, who has been on a visit to the Rev. J. F. Young, vicar of St. Mary's Parish Church, Boulton, left Derby yesterday for liis home in Cambridgeshire. , Dr. Wright, who preached at St. Mary on Sunday, was viear of Boulton Iroin 1921-23.
20 August 1930 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
TOBACCO SHARES MAKE A GOOD RECOVERY

TOBACCO SHARES MAKE A GOOD RECOVERY

IN THE CITY CITY EDITOR'S OFFICE, 10, Angel Court, London, E.C.2.
20 August 1930 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
FOREIGN EXCHANGES.

FOREIGN EXCHANGES.

New York 4.86 31-32 Batavia 12.09 i Montreal 4.86 29-32 Buenos Aires 40f Paris 123.80 Rio do Jan'ro 4 13-16 Brussels 34.84 9-16 Bombay l/5f Rome 92.98 Calcutta 1/54 Amsterdam 12.08* Madras 1/5$ Madrid 45.55 Hong Kong l/3f Berne 25.04 Shanghai Stockholm 18.12 Singapore 2/3 23-32
20 August 1930 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
RIPLEY ROTARIANS

RIPLEY ROTARIANS

Specimens of silk work made in Swan wick for Royalty were exhibjited by Rotarian George Elliott, of Messrs. A. and C. Elliott, hosiers, Swanwick, when he addressed Ripley Rotary Club yesterday on the history of silk and the silk industry. He explained the processes used in the p
20 August 1930 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England