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BRIEF WIRES.

BRIEF WIRES.

The death is announced pf Mr. John Oliver. Premier British Offiumbia. Witt VI- V IV 111 I 111 - Two boy*, agt'ii 13 were drowned «m Wednesday while bathing reservoir Havortow Hill the Tecs. Chic was orphan and the other's surviving parent, lives in Canada. The L->ng Baton Footba
August 18, 1927 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
DIRBYSHMIB «. VORKtHIIM. NO PLAY TO DAY

DIRBYSHMIB «. VORKtHIIM. NO PLAY TO DAY

«. VORKtHIIM. NO PLAY TO DAY Y*#teraay> closing tccre*: Derbyshire 15t, Yorkshire lor Rhodes not 6. Robineon not 1). . , , Heavy rain «»tora<tetl il»e tmnud Cites terfi«*ld. and tliere was prospect play. The match was sibandoned for the day withorn hall being bowled. DarbfaMra. S
August 18, 1927 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
Have you ever THOUGHT HOW THE REFLECTION OF LIGHT ORICHTENS YOUR HOME? IF YOUR METAL ARTIOLEE ARC DULL OR RUSTY.

Have you ever THOUGHT HOW THE REFLECTION OF LIGHT ORICHTENS YOUR HOME? IF YOUR METAL ARTIOLEE ARC DULL OR RUSTY.

VOUR MOUSE WILL EE FULL GLOOM. BRING THEM J'' FOR ELECTRO-;* W. J. Johnson & Co., Ltd., >. 11, 13 FAIRVIEW ROAD, CHELTENHAM.
August 18, 1927 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
BLIND BOY SCOUT.

BLIND BOY SCOUT.

WALKED WITH THE PARTY FROM SOUTHAMPTON TO PLYMOUTH With party of Boy Scouts who have walked from Southampton to Plymout'i is a blind boy, who during the trip has fourteen pair boots anel shoes. The Scout, who is a member the Swiss Cottage Troop, touring with sixteen members of t
August 18, 1927 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
SAILING AT WEYMOUTH

SAILING AT WEYMOUTH

WHITE HEATHER *®* TOWN CLr s r« Owing to advert weather were very few competitor. * Cl J regatta of the Royal Dor.tt regatta the Royal the race for the which thc'Royal cutter heated with Shamrock! for first going to White Hither. -| Xorada sailed over lot tonthe race for yachts
August 18, 1927 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
ST. IVES COINCIDENCE

ST. IVES COINCIDENCE

EDITORS CELEBRATE SILVER WEDDINGS TO-DAY By a coincidence editors the two newspapers St. Ives celebrate their silver wefidings to-day. They are Mr. W. J. Jacobs, editor of The Western Echo," ami Mr. Mai tin Cock, editor of The St. Ives Times." Mr. Jacobs, who the second son of t
August 18, 1927 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
POLITICS IN THE FREE STATE.

POLITICS IN THE FREE STATE.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1927. Even when it appears serious mood Ireland maintains its reputation Ah. adding to the gaiety of nations. The tie the voting in the Dail and the easting vote cf the Speaker which saved Mr. Cosgrave's Government not only gave an unexpected turn political
August 18, 1927 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
£250,000 CONTRACTS

£250,000 CONTRACTS

CONTRACTS ANOTHER BIG RAILWAY ORDER FOR BRITISH FIRM addition to the contract from Bucno- Ay res Great Southern Railway Company for 30 goods type Jocomotives with double bogie tenders, Sir W. G. Armstrong. Whitworth, and Co., Ltd., have also secured a contract for 26 locomotive b
August 18, 1927 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
MAYOR HUNT IN LINER

MAYOR HUNT IN LINER

NEW YORK'S FIRST CITIZEN "MISSING" Mr. James J. Walker, the Mayor ot New York City, proved himself very elusive person when the which he was a passenger, arrived Southampton yesterday. When the ship berthed, newspaper men went in search of the Mayor. They were joined by those wh
August 18, 1927 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WOMEN'S OPPORTUNITY

WOMEN'S OPPORTUNITY

CHANCE TO TAKE MEN'S PLACE POLITICS Speaking Lancashire, esterday at a Conservative f-jtc, Mrs. Pankhurst,' prospective Conservative candidate for Whitechapel and St. George's, said, referring to the activity women politics, that many of the men seemed to be weakened by the heav
August 18, 1927 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England