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SHIP BROKE IN TWO

SHIP BROKE IN TWO

As the vessel was light we thought she would have enough buoyancy to keep afloat and so we closed the tank, but we listed badly and the skipper ordered the two lifeboats out. was a stiff job in the blackness, and to make things worse there were heavy seas which nearly swamped us
02 February 1940 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
DELICATE TOUCH the delicate touch that counts 01

DELICATE TOUCH the delicate touch that counts 01

DELICATE TOUCH the delicate touch that counts . keeping in top as long a together with the ability to temptation to touch the brake: Drivers w/cre not without and one village clean sell-o motorist after moi esisl the •hotokccpc reported to bine round the rear wheels as temp extre
02 February 1940 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Outpost of Civilisation

Outpost of Civilisation

Dr. North said that for centuries Finland had been an outpost of Western civilisation and a bulwark against Russian tendencies. He showed how. in the few years they had had their independence. the Finns had built up a nation with a fine educational system and culture. Now they w
02 February 1940 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
BRYNMAWR FURNITURE SELLS WELL By Our Woman Correspondent

BRYNMAWR FURNITURE SELLS WELL By Our Woman Correspondent

Brisk business was done on Thursday, the opening day for the final exhibition of Brynmawr furniture, held one of the firstfloor showrooms of David Morgan Ltd., The Hayes, Cardiff. Though other goods will continue to be. of course, produced on similar lines the Brynmawr furniture
02 February 1940 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
TO-NIGHT’S BLACK-OUT TIMES: LONDON: 5.18 p.m. to 7. 9 a m. CARDIFF: 5 30 p.m. to 7.21 a m. SWANSEA:

TO-NIGHT’S BLACK-OUT TIMES: LONDON: 5.18 p.m. to 7. 9 a m. CARDIFF: 5 30 p.m. to 7.21 a m. SWANSEA:

5.33 p.m. to 7 24 a.m, HAVERFORDWEST: 5.37 p.m. to 7.28 a m. Sun (London) 7.40 a.m.; sets 4.41 p.m. Moon rises 2.47 a.m.; sots 11.53 a.m.
02 February 1940 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
deaths

deaths

tmO-On April Bth, at Bridgend District Hospital, Gwilym, fourth son of Mr. and Mr< (tyen. Phvllis-avenue. Bridgend, aged vtar’ funeral Saturday, leaving house ■M pm. for St. Bride’s Major Church. BRTBTOPHER.—On April 9th (rim)!, Pentyrch. Annie, the beloved wile John Christopher
12 April 1940 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
BRISTOL.

BRISTOL.

COLSTON’S SCHOOL, Stait.etos-, BOARDING SCHOOL FOR HOYS- Founded 1708. Staff of Ten (Jiaclnatea. Healthy Site. Twelve Acres Playing Field*. Cadet Corps. Swimming Hath. Fee for Board. Tuition. Stationery, Books. Laundry, and Medical Attendance. £63 per annum. , . Illustrated Pro
12 April 1940 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE

PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE

U S T 0 Copiew of the Western South .Veils are Sale at the Large Hall Bookstall ELSTON STATION. JJADDINGTON. Copies the Western Mail A South Wales Naira are on Sale all the Bookstalls PADDINGTON STATION, and at C. 0. HARDMAN S, Newsagent. S 3. Praed-strect (Thas« Advertisements
12 April 1940 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
PREPAID SCALE

PREPAID SCALE

WRSTERS MAIL" and “SOUTH WALES ECHO 4 EVKNISQ EXPRESS ** combined Me: 12 WORDS 3/- and id. for each additional teord pat insertion AdveUisements inserted at the combined prepaid rate must appear in both papers on the same days. -WESTERN HAIL -SOOTH WALES ECHO & EXPRESS - only.
12 April 1940 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MEDICAL AND DENTAL

MEDICAL AND DENTAL

6SISTANT Required, at end of April; i\-indoor; either sex; £3OO to commence; pleasant industrial district in Monmouth- Fhire; golf and tennis available; dispensers kept.—Apply Box C 6011, Western Mail. Cardiff- . require Situation in Hospital or Institution, read the Advertiseme
12 April 1940 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales