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"GENERAL POST."

"GENERAL POST."

Thy S plehtl"r 10.1:4 why anternown, IC ganw of Genrral ro•: •• at nH sou.ono? Th. majority of Mini-ter, have not been tern loag at their tkpartments—cert iii ly not I ine enough to poi% ntak. rI no Years or .0 an I ntelligt nt i. only bcgitiiiing to non hi 4 110 y should he he
November 3, 1911 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
RAILWAY CRISIS. COM AN I ES' CoNC ESSIoNs.

RAILWAY CRISIS. COM AN I ES' CoNC ESSIoNs.

RAILWAY COM AN I ESSIoNs. £90,000 ADDED TO Nv BILL. - MEN STILL ENSATMLED. r;lik‘ay t. .14 I. l• r3lilopri :4l,l I, No,rili.W.,l4.ri, H. .• .• 11.”. r leis.olts , ,g 4 111 :1 lh I.th p• r. 1 II -11111!:lis Jt1. , .• ...up 104.444 111 illiV %%.,y I ri-i. 1 he r . \ br.ooglit 11,.
November 3, 1911 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
MILITARY AVIATION.

MILITARY AVIATION.

In the House of Commons, on Monday evening. Mr. Sandy's called attention to the subject of military aviation, and invited the Secretary for War to make a statement of the policy of the Government in 'nerd to the provision of aeroplanes and the training of Army officers as aviato
November 3, 1911 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
IDEAL PRESENTS. / "PARFECT SAFETY" SELF-FMING LEVER WATCHES Warrantod Tintolompors. Opea Face, Half-Hearer, £ll. j. W. BENSON, Have made a

IDEAL PRESENTS. / "PARFECT SAFETY" SELF-FMING LEVER WATCHES Warrantod Tintolompors. Opea Face, Half-Hearer, £ll. j. W. BENSON, Have made a

special study of these charming onianumts, mid their "Perfect Safdy" Self -Fitting Waich Bracelets nor contain awry oortaist improvements be found only their make. They fit any size wrist, and are made in several qualities Gold from 0; set with Gems from ity, or Silver Cases, wi
November 3, 1911 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
DARTMOUTH & KINGS WEAR District NURSING ASSOCIATION. A Matinee Musicale. And Grand Popular EVENING ENTERTAINMENT, be given in the SUBSCRIPTION

DARTMOUTH & KINGS WEAR District NURSING ASSOCIATION. A Matinee Musicale. And Grand Popular EVENING ENTERTAINMENT, be given in the SUBSCRIPTION

ROOMS. Dartmouth, in aid of the above Funds, on WEDIEBDAY, ROY. IRA, 1911, Artistes in the Afternoon will be— Miss MARIE BELTON, SOPRANO Mr. BELOROYE, Barites,; Mr. 0. PINE. 'Cell.; And the NEWTONIAN MALE QUOTETTE. At the Piano Mrs. lc Mr. Pic.Gorr. Doors open at 2.30. Commence
November 3, 1911 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
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October 6, 1911 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
The New Special Constables.

The New Special Constables.

On Tuesday bet, Dartmouth Borough Bench appointed the following as special constables for the ensuing year :—Fredk. Adams, foreman, Above Town; William Allan, limper, Highs: Street; Harry Andrews. grocer, Lower street; Andrew Ai re like, Insurance superintendent, South Ford Road
October 6, 1911 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION.

FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION.

The United Chiefs met Babbecombe on Saturday last at Ylainrnoor in a Lougee encounter. The Babbs had the advantage of the wind in the first bill. Fisher kicked off for the United, and after • brief spell of midfield play Humbly plied Z. Pratt with • perfect pan. The latter cut i
October 6, 1911 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
RUGBY.

RUGBY.

DARTMOUTH ATHLITIO V. BRIXHAM. nil Mesth WWI played at Sash= on Saturday before a good gate. were Osoogly raveseated, while the "rios without Haddon at stand-cd"--Saundors being taken the to fIU that position. Playing against • strong wind in the first half, the did well to cros
October 6, 1911 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
FIRST AUTUMN GALE. STORM HAVOC OFF EAST COAST. SHIPPINGI CASUALTIES. – GERMAN LINER DRIFTS AGROUND.

FIRST AUTUMN GALE. STORM HAVOC OFF EAST COAST. SHIPPINGI CASUALTIES. – GERMAN LINER DRIFTS AGROUND.

FIRST AUTUMN GALE. STORM HAVOC OFF EAST COAST. SHIPPINGI CASUALTIES. - GERMAN LINER DRIFTS AGROUND. October was ushered in by a bitterly cold northerly wind which swept the country, and on the south-east and east coasts reached the force of a gale, the velocity at times being abo
October 6, 1911 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England