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A SERVICE CALENDAR: April 7.

A SERVICE CALENDAR: April 7.

On April 7, 1875, H.M. broadside battleship Alexandra was launched at Chatham Dockyard, the ceremony being completed by a religious service by the Archbishop of Canterbury, who read a Psalm and a prayer. This was the first occasion in post-Reformation days on which there was a r
7 April 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
TARIFFS AND WAGE CUTS

TARIFFS AND WAGE CUTS

MR. BEVIN ENDORSES FIRST LORD S DENIAL Mr. A. V. Alexander, First Lord of the Admiralty, has already denied that he suggested in his speech at Blackpool that the Economic Council has advised that the only alternative to tariffs was a cut in wages. A further denial was made yeste
7 April 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WEST OF ENGLAND NEWS

WEST OF ENGLAND NEWS

I PLYMOUTH AND DISTRICT The visit of Mr. Chas. Buchan, the former Sunderland, Arsenal, and English international, to Plymouth is arousing considerable, interest the city, and doubtless he will be assured of a good welcome when gives his address the large Co-operative Hall, Frank
7 April 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
"THEIR GOOD DEED"

"THEIR GOOD DEED"

SEA SCOCTS RESCUE \TSITORS ON SOUTH COAST While a party of St. Margaret's Bay Sea Scouts, in the charge of Scoutmasters Kildale, Lincoln, and C. Winn, were yesterday out for their usual sailing practice they espied three young men cut off the rapidly-rising tide midway between S
7 April 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
HOCKEY TOURNAMENT DANCE

HOCKEY TOURNAMENT DANCE

Players from the teams who have played In Plymouth Hockey Tournament, 1931, met on Plymouth Promenade Pier last night at the dance organized by the Tournament Committee. There were over 600 dancing to the music of the Waldorf Band, while another 100 watched the dancing from the
7 April 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 

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EGGESFORD HUNT RACES

EGGESFORD HUNT RACES

A RECORD ENTRY AT OKEHAMPTON Eggesford Hunt has usually been fortunate weather for its point-topoint steeplechases, but yesterday, when the venue was changed for the first time from Morchard Bishop to Okehampton, the conditions were anything but pleasant The misty drizzle affect
7 April 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
ELBURTON METHODISTS' ANNIVERSARY

ELBURTON METHODISTS' ANNIVERSARY

Anniversary services in connection with Elburton United Methodist Church concluded on Sunday evening. Rev. J. Higman conducted the morning service, and in the afternoon a special musical service was presided over by Mr. Mowton. Solos were sung by Miss K. Rowland aud Mr. W. Frost
7 April 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WESTCOUNTRY RACES ATTRACT LARGE HOLIDAY CROWDS.

WESTCOUNTRY RACES ATTRACT LARGE HOLIDAY CROWDS.

7 April 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
TORQUAY RACES

TORQUAY RACES

CROWD ENJOY GOOD SPORT West of England 'chase won by The National Hunt fixture Which Pened Torquay yesterday, and will to-day, attracted thousands fluents and visitors, although the dr. was so as last ' bt due to the inclement weather i morning and the dull outlook .' c afternoo
7 April 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England