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Natural Soap Springs.

Natural Soap Springs.

Natural soap baths are not an iminixed blessing. The curious soap spring that forms wonder village in Timor, one of the East Indian Islands, consists of a small elevated mud-cone, from which bubbles up water heavily charged with alkali and radium. The discharge give** appearance
August 7, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
DARTMOUTH ATHLETES AT PAIGNTON.

DARTMOUTH ATHLETES AT PAIGNTON.

DARTMOUTH ATHLETES PAIGNTON. .Several local successes were achieved at the athletic sports held at Paignton on Bank Holiday. the second heat ol the 100yds. mens handicap G. Davis. of Dartmouth, obtained secondd place. Two Dartmothians competed in the one mile walking race. viz..
August 7, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
OAUTMOLTH UNITED ORCHESTRA.

OAUTMOLTH UNITED ORCHESTRA.

UNITED ORCHESTRA. letter was read from Mr. tJowton, hon. secretary to the Dartmouth United Orchestra, asking if the Council would permit the Orchestra to occupy the borough Handstand Wednesday, August 12th, lioiu P* p.in., for the purpose of raising small sum in aid the funds. Al
August 7, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
INDIAN TENDERS INVITED

INDIAN TENDERS INVITED

Tiie Secretary State for India in Council prepared receive tenders for the supply girder bridges. 25ft. to 55ft. span. The conditions contract may l>e obtained application the rector-Ucnrra I of Stores. India Office. Whitehall. S.W.. and tenders are delivered that office 2 p.tn.
August 7, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
GRAPHIC TROPHY RACE.

GRAPHIC TROPHY RACE.

Permission has been given for rare to bo held in the Isle of Man Wednesday, September 23rd. on rt r«»ad from Ivor bum to Foxdale, .-.tarting ten o’clock. This trophy was presented the proprietors of the Graphic ami Daily firaphtr for international contests of tourist cars.* will
August 7, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
THE NEW DEAN OF WORCESTER.

THE NEW DEAN OF WORCESTER.

THE NEW DEAN WORCESTER. The appointment of Canon Moore Ede. rector of Whitburn, the Deanery of Worcester, removes a conspicuous figure from the rolig’oas and public life of the North of England. Ths new Dean has taken foremost position in educational affair*, having served chairm
August 7, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
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i , Ai»u:i.d fust. Despatch (London ar.d. ali ••av{.-).— Late.>t linns-9 *55 a m.. l.dU, 5.:,0. li.dO and 7.50 p.nn Wall Boxes .!u}> I Acomen Kuad—L Liiil a. 20 a.m.; J. 20, 2.1.'., | 0.5. ai*«. T. 15 p.m. Ki«Sgc liill —0.00 i 2.00. 2.20, 0,.«C anti 6.55 p.n». Clarence Hillanu 7.
August 7, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
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August 7, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
100 POINTS TARIFF REFORM REPRINTED FROM 4 Ile piribt

100 POINTS TARIFF REFORM REPRINTED FROM 4 Ile piribt

100 POINTS TARIFF REFORM REPRINTED FROM piribt Can be obtained at 367. STRAND. LONDON. and at the Bookstalls of Messrs. W. H. Smith & Son, Illesers. Willing, and Messrs. Wyman. "Mr. Austen Chamberlain thanks the Editor of The Globe ' for copies of 'lOO Points on Tariff Reform,' w
May 5, 1908 - Globe - London, London, England
 
handed actions, indeed, have always been to the taste of the "St. w Georges." Alone they captured the French forts

handed actions, indeed, have always been to the taste of the "St. w Georges." Alone they captured the French forts

on the Isles of Hyeres when Cloudesley Shovel), was blockading 'Toulon, and it was the dogged perseverance of the St. George" alone that brought about the surrender of Basse-Terre fifty years later. Two sad incidents are connected with the history of the "St. George." On board t
May 5, 1908 - Globe - London, London, England