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11011DAYSQ410111E%q , ABBOAD For most of us the Continent begins with France The musical names of Brittany, Normandy and Picardy make a constant appeal. Then Belgium with a coast full of fun and sea air that fills you with great gusts of health. Further south are the sun-wormed w
June 2, 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SUPPORT FOR WELSH COINAGE PROTEST Criccieth Council, on the proposition of Mr. W. R. P. George. unanimously decided to support

SUPPORT FOR WELSH COINAGE PROTEST Criccieth Council, on the proposition of Mr. W. R. P. George. unanimously decided to support

the protest against the omission of a Welsh emblem from the new coinage. Mr. George remarked that such omissions would not arise if Wales had a Secretary of State. Mr. George gave notice that he would move at the next meeting that the council support the movement for the appoint
June 2, 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
DERBY DAY

DERBY DAY

IT has come to pass that all the British-speaking world thinks profoundly and talks fluently about horses on Derby Day. The passage of the years has not dimmed the lustre of the greatest racing festival in the world. Age cannot wither nor custom stale its potent and irresistible
June 2, 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
NATIONAL DEFENCE TAX PLAN WITHDRAWN

NATIONAL DEFENCE TAX PLAN WITHDRAWN

Mr. T. 0. M. Sopwith's new challenger for the America's Cup los being prepared for a trial spin hen her mainsail boom broke. It will be recalled that misfortune has also visited the defender, as Ranger, Mr. Harold Vanderbilt's now yacht, broke her mast 'mine time ago seriously d
June 2, 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Trouble Expected

Trouble Expected

" In this particular case, I am told that this tax is expected to give a very great deal of trouble, to cost money in investigation, and to distract people from attending to the ordinary routine of their business in order to give attention and see that the calculations are prope
June 2, 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
AMERICAN MARKETS

AMERICAN MARKETS

New York Quotations NEW YORK. Tuesday. Wheat: Manitobas steady. up down: winters firm. Si up—No. 2 amber Durum spot unquoted. No. 2 mixed Durum spot nnquoted, No. 1 Northern Manitoba spot f.o.b. Montreal 1311. No. 1 Manitoba spot 131 j. No 2 bard winter spot 139&, No. 2 red wint
June 2, 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
r._ Etnpire A CAUMONT BRITISH THEATRE

r._ Etnpire A CAUMONT BRITISH THEATRE

Etnpire A CAUMONT BRITISH THEATRE PAUL KELLY, JUNE TNAilfTn ---- "JOIN THE MARINES" Cut. "U" DAILY: 1.30. 4AO, 7 vs.
June 2, 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FOR PASTORS

FOR PASTORS

Living on Earth an Economic Matter Sir,—ln "The Recessional,' with its emphasis on humility, Kipling exploded, and atoned for, much of his own jingoism. Similarly "Listener-In." by his obviously genuine concern for ministers in a recent article, cuts across his own errors. His h
June 2, 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
NORTH WALIAN. IMPORTANT NOTICE

NORTH WALIAN. IMPORTANT NOTICE

Letters sent for publication in the Western Mail & South Wales News" must in all cases be accompaniea (not t)r publication unless desired) by the name and address of the sender. Letters with typewritten signatures cannot be accepted. Questions cannot be answered by past. Documen
June 2, 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
DOORWAY CONGESTED

DOORWAY CONGESTED

The time allowed for picking up at the Abbey was four hours. For the first half-hour or so the scheme worked well enough and then delay began to occur. The first reason was that cars were slower than expected in getting from their parking places to the Abbey, and the second was
June 2, 1937 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales