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AIR MAiL Eneland-South Africa mail-Ows 0.P.0.. I<ondon. 4.0 p.m. Wednesdays. Homeward dv« in London Sunday. Entfand-India mail—Closes London. *.0 p.m.

AIR MAiL Eneland-South Africa mail-Ows 0.P.0.. I<ondon. 4.0 p.m. Wednesdays. Homeward dv« in London Sunday. Entfand-India mail—Closes London. *.0 p.m.

Saturday! Homeward due in London every Tuesday. London users. Weekly fcerv.ces—France. Italy, and Switzerland— 0.45 a.m. Belgium. O.echo-Slovakia, Danzig. Denmark. Estonia. Finland. Germany. Holland. Lithuania. Norway. Poland. Russia, and Sweden—7.4s a.m. Danzig, France, Germany
11 July 1932 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
TOTNES PROTESTS SUCCEED

TOTNES PROTESTS SUCCEED

MINISTRY AND PROPOSED USE OF FIRM AKY The proposals of the Devon County Council to utilize the Poor-law Infirmary at Totnes as a hospital for the treatment of tubercular patients, and to devote the remainder of the institution to tlr» care of male mental defectives have not succ
11 July 1932 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
BOYS IN COAL MINES

BOYS IN COAL MINES

MR. ISAAC FOOT'S TRIBUTE TO VALUABLE WORK Isaac Foot, Minister for the Mines, on Saturday visited: the Safety in Mines Research Station at Buxton, on the occa-. sion of the visit about 350 boys who had obtained badges of efficiency under the scheme organized by the Yorkshire Cou
11 July 1932 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WELL-KNOWN WESTCOUNTRY GUARD RETIRES

WELL-KNOWN WESTCOUNTRY GUARD RETIRES

Punctually at 12.8 Saturday afternoon Guard W. R. Mornsh, of the Great Western Railway, saw that all was well, and waved his last train out of Millbay i Station, Plymouth. He and his passengers were route i for Launceston, and when the train , made its return journey he ran into
11 July 1932 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
RACING

RACING

♦ i LINGFIELD SUMMER MEETING The best betting chance of the day at Lingheld on Saturday was considered be Sunny Anna in the Great Foal Plate, and odds were cheerfully laid on the Beckhampton lilly. Mr. J A Dewar's daughter of Manna won all right, but it was a very near thing, an
11 July 1932 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 

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NAVAL CRICKET

NAVAL CRICKET

DARTMOUTH CADETS LOSE TO ADMIRALS The annual cricket match between Cadets of the Boyal Naval College, Dartmouth, and the Admirals and Staff was played on Saturday at Dartmouth. For the lirst time fpr many years Adml. C. S. Hickley was absentee, and the visit.ng eleven was captai
11 July 1932 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
PLYMOUTH OFFICIAL AND POPLAR APPOINTMENT

PLYMOUTH OFFICIAL AND POPLAR APPOINTMENT

POPLAR APPOINTMENT Mr. Bobert Ulingworth. deputy-electrical engineer under the Plymouth Corporation, one of six applicants to invited to a personal interview connection with the appointment of assistant general manager and deputy engineer the Electricity Department of the Boroug
11 July 1932 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
TO-DAY'S AUCTION SALE Codhury.- Cattle, Market. (Win. Tcarse and Hon.)

TO-DAY'S AUCTION SALE Codhury.- Cattle, Market. (Win. Tcarse and Hon.)

11 July 1932 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
10,000 BATHERS

10,000 BATHERS

RECORD SUNDAY ATTENDANCE THE SERPENTINE Hundreds would-be bathers were turned away from the Serpentine, Hyde Park, yesterday, owing to the faCV that the bathing accommodation was literally full up. It was the first time that Sunday afternoon bathing the Serpentine had been permi
11 July 1932 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
PRINCE OF WALES GOES

PRINCE OF WALES GOES

SPEED-BOATING Prince of Wales spent over an bour speed-boating on the private lake at Virginia Water. Windsor Great Park, to which he motored from his country, residence. Fort Belvedere, yesterday, afternoon. A large number of holidaymakers watched the Prince, who was at wheel,
11 July 1932 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England