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Crash At Crossing: 7 Dead

Crash At Crossing: 7 Dead

Seven deaths have occurred as a result of a crash at a level crossing near Noyant yesterday between a char-a-banc and an express train, states a Paris message.
26 April 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
350 Miners Thrown Idle

350 Miners Thrown Idle

About 350 miners were thrown idle yesterday by an inrush of water in two seams at the Elemore Colliery, Hetton, Co. Durham. The water broke through about a mile from the shaft, and efforts were being made last night to stem the flow with brick steppings. The colliery employs abo
26 April 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
EIRE PACT REACTIONS

EIRE PACT REACTIONS

Welcome By The British Press NORTHERN IRELAND HAS DOUBTS "Defence Document A Surrender r Eire Pact is welcomed by the Press in Great Britain but criticized in Northern Ireland. Following are extracts from newspaper leading articles: "Belfast Telegraph." The British Government ha
26 April 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WAR MINISTER IMPRESSED

WAR MINISTER IMPRESSED

Italians' Esteem For Britain DELIGHT AT NEW AGREEMENT Our Lobby Correspondent. pRIDE in the fact that the old Anglo- Italian friendship has been restored was expressed by Mr. Leslie Hore-Belisha, M.P. for Devonport. Secretary of State for War. in an exclusive interview with yest
26 April 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
MASONIC TRIBUTE AT PLYMOUTH

MASONIC TRIBUTE AT PLYMOUTH

Late Mr. S- Palmer CITY TRANSPORT MOURNERS Masonic brethren and many of the City of Plymouth Transport Department attended the funeral of Mr. S. A. R. Palmer at Plymouth Old Cemetery yesterday. A service was held at 14, Beechwood-terrace, his home, conducted Rev. R. D. Joynt (vi
26 April 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
TOO BOOKISH EDUCATION

TOO BOOKISH EDUCATION

Correcting The Balance DEVON COURSE FOR TEACHERS \ COURSE in rural science for teachers in elementary schools, which has been provided by the Devon Education Committee, was inaugurated yesterday at the Scale- Hayne Agricultural College at Newton Abbot, by Dr. G. K. Sutherland, o
26 April 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
Today's Auction Sales

Today's Auction Sales

Crapstone—Property, W j n.) (Elliott. Ellis and Bo* s i Devonport—Property, **• A B°*„e p.m (Elliott, Ellis, and Liskeard—Property. § o n, J 3.30 p.m ((Edgcumbe. Plymouth—Properties, ' ,«? 2. Lifton-place. Catteo (Oats Partridge, and ' Property. 11 Napier-terra pm. Taylor) St-',
26 April 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
Arrived At Brixham

Arrived At Brixham

W at h " Uls " yacht -,A>. Sunday , Me diterranean on Wednes th Valence °f port ion of
26 April 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
SONG TITLE REVISED

SONG TITLE REVISED

" Caravan Built For Four" For Cornish Honeymoon "A caravan built lor four" is taking the place of " a b'cycle built for two " at least, as far as two honeymoon couples now on their way to Cornwall are concerned. They were married by two clergymen at a double ceremony Barnet, Lon
26 April 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
Yealm Regatta Plans

Yealm Regatta Plans

The annual meeting of the River Yealm Regatta was held in the Tilly Institute, Noss Mayo, on Friday. Events are to be held on the following dates:—Sailing races, August 6; swimming :aces. August 10; rowing races, August 13. Officials elected were: Chairman, Dr. W Bensted Smith;
26 April 1938 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England