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AEROPLANE DANGERS. KR. CHURCHILL'S DRASTIC BILL HEAVY PENALTIES PROVIDED.

AEROPLANE DANGERS. KR. CHURCHILL'S DRASTIC BILL HEAVY PENALTIES PROVIDED.

The text of Mr. Winston Churchill's silent bill dealing with aircraft dangers to the public has now been issued. The measure Is intituled • hill to provide for the protection at the public against dangers arising from the navigation of aircraft." The proposals of the bill are s•
June 2, 1911 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
DEATH 01 COOK ISLAND QUEE

DEATH 01 COOK ISLAND QUEE

- - - The death took place on 7 M.loo Queen of Rarotonga, Polyneels, H!t••r Makes reigned forty years. 11 , r husbond died six year. ago. FARMER'S LIFE HIS HORSE Aroused at midnight by fire at his Edward MeKenCs. farmer, of Ne%1111.... Co Monaghan. ruebed to the stables in attir
June 2, 1911 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
p.u. mum sussyso.) THE SHADOW OF A SIN. By C. E. C. WEIGALL, author of "The Temptation of Dube* Carruthers," Pliuuner Jock end Uncle John," "An Angel Unmans," "Too Late," ice.

p.u. mum sussyso.) THE SHADOW OF A SIN. By C. E. C. WEIGALL, author of "The Temptation of Dube* Carruthers," Pliuuner Jock end Uncle John," "An Angel Unmans," "Too Late," ice.

mum THE SHADOW OF A SIN. By C. E. C. WEIGALL, of "The Temptation of Dube* Carruthers," Pliuuner Jock end Uncle John," "An Angel Unmans," "Too Late," OF OFF2iING Dr. Peter Soden and hits brother Geoffrev are in love with Cartaret of the tut the fo oger, is accepted. Geoffrey, howe
June 2, 1911 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
THE TEMPERATURE OF ADULTS.

THE TEMPERATURE OF ADULTS.

The ordinary temperature of an adult when • thermometer is placed in the armpit it 98 , 1 deg.; in the mouth. 99.5deg.• ' the blood is about 100tleg. Blood beet is marked on the thermometer at 99deg.Fahr. In fevers thi s it much exmseded, and the heat of the patient may rise to
June 2, 1911 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
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June 2, 1911 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
THZ HILT WAVY AT DARTMOUTH.

THZ HILT WAVY AT DARTMOUTH.

THZ WAVY AT DARTMOUTH. For Clads, Visiting Cards. rod Wald* Oards, go to & soles Prlativg Work% lakes% Plus, Delmodb. Souvenir other Local Rove Wait 1111AZINWATESI iffliSSOu, The AND Soles ice long Goods, Lothar Goods t reNei Under ideal the new twin beverages" Jake sad Orange "—
June 2, 1911 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
•111.1..1......11.1.111.m.......m.-----__ Dartmouth Post Office. BANK HOLIDAY ARRANOZIIHNTS.

•111.1..1......11.1.111.m.......m.-----__ Dartmouth Post Office. BANK HOLIDAY ARRANOZIIHNTS.

•111. 1 .. 1 ...... 11.1.111.m.......m.-----__ Dartmouth Post Office. BANK HOLIDAY ARRANOZIIHNTS. On Bank Holiday the public counter at the Head Office will be elated at 12 noon for all except telegraph business, express delivery serrkett, the reception of parcels, sale of postag
June 2, 1911 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
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June 2, 1911 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
PRESS OPINIONS. THE IMPERIAL CONFERENCE.

PRESS OPINIONS. THE IMPERIAL CONFERENCE.

A notion. vague, but fairly general, moans, says the to the effect that our self-governing Colonies were gradually drifting into complete severance from the Mother Country, that our free Empire was moving towards dissolution, until the tide of Imperialism which rose in the eight
June 2, 1911 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
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June 2, 1911 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England