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BROADCASTING

BROADCASTING

.'TjIOR about couple of months the most famous voice in. broadcasting will remain, silent. Big Ben is being overhauled. The clock Ben ami Tom. the Houses of Parliament, often erroneously Called Big Ben. whereas the name belongs the hour bell which listeners have now been hearing
30 April 1934 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
DRAW FOR AMATEUR GOLF TITLE.

DRAW FOR AMATEUR GOLF TITLE.

The draw for the British Amateur Championship, which will played Prcstwick May 21, and following days, was to-day. There nntry 226, which includes the Hon. Michael Scott (Royal St. Oeorge'a), the holder and British Walker Cup Captain. He will oppose Jan Horak, South Africa, the
30 April 1934 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
This archway (or torii), which has a symbolic significance, is the gateway to a Shinto temple. The photograph was taken by the Rev. A. E. Armstrong (writer of an article on this page), while visiting the inland sea at Miyajima, one of the most beautiful spots in Japan. The temple cannot be seen in the picture, being some distance from the archway.

This archway (or torii), which has a symbolic significance, is the gateway to a Shinto temple. The photograph was taken by the Rev. A. E. Armstrong (writer of an article on this page), while visiting the inland sea at Miyajima, one of the most beautiful spots in Japan. The temple cannot be seen in the picture, being some distance from the archway.

men even twenty years younger than I who can walk 18 miles before dinner." Asked for his recipe for maintaining his fitness, Mr Barker said. "I am certain that a lot of due the fact that many many years ago I made motto. * Don't worry.' I don't worry about anything. Worry is the
30 April 1934 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THIS AFTERNOON'S FINANCIAL NEWS.

THIS AFTERNOON'S FINANCIAL NEWS.

THE MONEY MARKET. ! Bank* Juno 30. 1932. 2 por cent. Follow.i.v; are the foreign rates cxchat:,, . showing the value of the £. To-day's Saturday's' Afternoon. Close.! America Idols.) 5.143-8 5.14 3-8 Montreal 5.12* 5.12J France (frs.) 7-16 77 13-32 Italy (lire) 1-18 Germany (mar
30 April 1934 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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30 April 1934 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TO BE CLEARED This wholesome ar.d

TO BE CLEARED This wholesome ar.d

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30 April 1934 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Aim of British Policy.

Aim of British Policy.

Sir Francis Llndley added that anxiety regarding China expressed the Japanese statement could not apply the United K'Ttdom sinec it was the aim British policy avoid the dangers of peace and the integrity of China which the statement referred. His Majesty's Government could not a
30 April 1934 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
This in the MAN S SHOP at MARSHALL fr SNELGROVE =1- E E » S When you have told yourself

This in the MAN S SHOP at MARSHALL fr SNELGROVE =1- E E » S When you have told yourself

often onough that you really must get a few new clothes for the summer: when you have gased moodily into enough windows ... in fact, when you are actually faced with the problem of buying them —then you may be gladdened by the thought the Man's Shop in Park Row. may ease your mi
30 April 1934 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BOXING

BOXING

THE GREAT TOURNAMENT t;ikcs pliiw at CONNAVCHT DRILL NEXT. MAY 2. 1 • STOKER REYNOLDS (PortsmoutH) CHARLIE BAXTER (Birmingham)- AVeiph-in - ji.m. day of contest. cordially invited. Referee; . PATSY FOX 8.8. of C.. LenWlll.u;i> USES I'OMl’Eyi The players have accepted 'ij'. „ to
30 April 1934 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
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30 April 1934 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England