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Newton Abbot Higher Education Committee

Newton Abbot Higher Education Committee

al the recent examinations in first aid the injured held at this Centre:— Female.-Medallions—Gertrude Wilson, Emily Ann Oooksley, Kthel Eli/.abeth Drydei . Evelyn Mary Uack. Labels.—Henrietta P. S. Henderson. Male. - Certificates William -L Tucker. Charles J. Carnell, Stanley C.
31 December 1921 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
NOTICES G.W.R. I S. SATURDAY, JANUARY 7.—DAY TRIP PLYMOUTH Pound English. Cup, Plymouth v. Fulhanit. I_eave Exeter St. Davids 11.0

NOTICES G.W.R. I S. SATURDAY, JANUARY 7.—DAY TRIP PLYMOUTH Pound English. Cup, Plymouth v. Fulhanit. I_eave Exeter St. Davids 11.0

a.m. 9d>. St. Thomas IG-d (7s 9d), Exminster 10-14 <7->, 10-22 od). Dawlish 10-37 (6s), Teignniouth 11-25 (5s Newton Abbot 11-40 Moretonhampstead 9-0 6d), 9-20 (5s 9d>. Dartmouth 10-10 Kingswear 10-25 (6s 9dL Chnrston 10-40 (6s 3d>. 10-15 6d), Paignton 10-50 (6s), Torquay 11-0 (
31 December 1921 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
The .Bishop London had fair da,., yesterday, ' and last night was reported more comfortable. After attacking a woman, a

The .Bishop London had fair da,., yesterday, ' and last night was reported more comfortable. After attacking a woman, a

man his throat Woolwich street last and expired. With head erect and hearts aflaxae we. fee*, tlie spell and hear the summons what is truth renaiscance i» the lives men. we believe that In so,doing we are answering to call from God, that so, can this New Year's Day have other th
31 December 1921 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
IFARIETIEL

IFARIETIEL

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31 December 1921 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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31 December 1921 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MR. STEED AND THE CONFERENCE.

MR. STEED AND THE CONFERENCE.

Me. H. Wickham StreJ, editor of the London " Times," was the guest of newspaperpdliishars at the Baltimore Hotel, last night, and in the course of a speed!, he paid a glowing tribute to the Washington Conference, particularly to the work of the British delegates. The French. he
31 December 1921 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
FURTHER BREAK UP OF AUSTRIA,

FURTHER BREAK UP OF AUSTRIA,

M. Steidl, a Tyrolese deputy, has stated that the people of the Tyrol were only *wring for a favourable moment to sever themselves from Austria and establish an autunureous state at Salzburg. Austria-alwive-Liiu. Carint his, and fitria would follow the same tours., and Vienna. w
31 December 1921 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
C.S. SKIPPING BOARD CUTS ITS FREIGHTS.

C.S. SKIPPING BOARD CUTS ITS FREIGHTS.

Weakungton, Friday.—The [Sailed IWes Shipping Board ►ee ordered an immediate redaction in freight Mee on iu weenie operating Wines the United State. sad Wert Africa amounts** 50 per relit. Sir certain commodities per rent. fet. wow others. The bred intends to cut to the rite lev
31 December 1921 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIFEBOATIIEN M DIFFICULTIES.

LIFEBOATIIEN M DIFFICULTIES.

SERIES OF ADVENTURES ON THE SOUTHPORT SNORE. During is heavy westerly gale last night a small 'Valuer of about 200 tons, the Delorain, from Dublin to Runcorn, in ballast, went ashore on the Birkdale sands ' It is dated that little or no damage was done, and tiage has• been sent
31 December 1921 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIFEBOAT'S FUTILE SEARCH.

LIFEBOAT'S FUTILE SEARCH.

in the Isle of Wight reported last mgtdistress signals had been men. Kpparently sent up from a vessel in the Solent. The Totland Say lifeboat and tugs from Cowes went out. but alter an all-night search returned, without having found any trace of the vessel. One of the lifeboatme
31 December 1921 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England