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THEATRE ROYAL

THEATRE ROYAL

"LILAC TIME" , - Hughes Mackiin Ulj fcchober ... Mr. Thorpe Bates * *v-" Miss Margot Careme . Veit Mr. Lionel Victor "est- ld .saving "Old friends are ?PPUed without exaggeration, be 48 been , Lllac Time." Although it »>, several times in Ply- 'ann a Packed house last * Cons!ant
11 August 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
ROYAL THEATRE, TORQUAY

ROYAL THEATRE, TORQUAY

C ft , hi» dt e ' , Wm is being Theaire, Tor artiS rijrht Sen some beauties. a charming Riviera are
11 August 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
RIVALS TO BIG REGATTAS

RIVALS TO BIG REGATTAS

SPORTING EVENTS IN DEVON BOAT CAPSIZES AT APPLEDORE RACE WON WOMAN That local regattas seriously challenge, from the sporting point of view, those in which the big yachts take part was demonstrated yesterday, when the sailing events at Shaldon attracted the largest entry since t
11 August 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
REPERTORY THEATRE

REPERTORY THEATRE

POLLY" Mark Lannacott Mr. Noel Morris Nellie Lannacott .... Miss Mabel Edwardes Hannah Mudge Miss Sadie Speight George Mr. Leslie Sanders Each act of Mr. A. J. Coles's Devonshire, comedy was received last night with enthusiasm of an unusual degree, and the final curtain was the
11 August 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
ANOTHER HONOUR

ANOTHER HONOUR

ORESTON GIRL ATHLETE IN TEAM TO OPPOSE GERMANY Miss Mary Weston, the Oreston athlete, who has represented her country in international women's contests consistently since 1922, is again included in the England team to com- pete against Germany at Hanover on Sunday, August 23. Th
11 August 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 

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TO-DAY'S AUCTION SALES

TO-DAY'S AUCTION SALES

St. Stephens. Saltash—Furniture. Trehan Villa. (Messrs. John Pearse. and Sons ) 1-45 p.m. A Morptonhamp^tead—Cattle Market. (Messrs. Michelmore, I.ovcys, and Sons.) 10.30 a m Lanhydroek—Stock (Treffry). (Messrs. John t Littleton and Sons.) 1.50 p.m. Lizard Point—Lands and buildi
11 August 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
LATE DR. H. R. GAMBLE

LATE DR. H. R. GAMBLE

MAYOR OF EXETER TO ATTEND FUNERAL SERVICE IN STATE The body of Dean of Exeter (Dr. H. R. Gamble) will be cremated at Bristol to-day, and the casket containing the ashes placed in the Lady Chapel of Exeter Cathedral, where the funeral service is to be held at o'clock to- 1 morrow
11 August 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WORKSHOP OF WORLD

WORKSHOP OF WORLD

LIBERAL THEORY SUBMITTED AT IVYBRIDGE Speaking at Westlake, near Ivybridge, last night, Mr. John Day, prospective Liberal candidate for Tavistock Division, said that the state of the country to-day was serious. At the present time it seemed that if we went on as were there would
11 August 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
KING ARTHUR'S ROMANCE

KING ARTHUR'S ROMANCE

AGE-OLD LEGEND RETOLD PICT URESQU E PAGEANT AT TINTAGEL Tintagel was more than usually alive yesterday with memories of the legend of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table, for, the grounds of the vicarage, the pageant The Romance of King Arthur " was presented, and dra
11 August 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WOMEN'S GOOD WORK

WOMEN'S GOOD WORK

SUCCESSFUL BRITISH LEGION FETE AT KINGSBRIDGE The women's section of Kingsbridge branch of the British Legion celebrated a double event on Saturday, when they opened their new clubroom Churchstreet and held a garden fete in the grounds of Welle House, by permission of Mr. and Mr
11 August 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England