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LIVESTOCK

LIVESTOCK

Safeguard poultry i Britain needs them I Moping Hens, Geese, Turkeya -Liver trouble, worms, etc., cured 24 hours with Johnson’s Reviving Tonic. 7id., Is. 2d.. ss. Torbav Mill Co. ■pOR SALE, 16 YOUNG PULLETS, Cockerels, and Sectional Shed runs. Apply 4, First Avenue, Raison. 4393
25 November 1939 - Torbay Express and South Devon Echo - Torquay, Devon, England
 
TORQUAY. SATURDAY 1 & iE[X"prOSS NOVEMBER 25, 1939

TORQUAY. SATURDAY 1 & iE[X"prOSS NOVEMBER 25, 1939

25 November 1939 - Torbay Express and South Devon Echo - Torquay, Devon, England
 
WILL TO FIGHT GOES ON Pugnacious Instinct Inevitable TORQUAY DEBATE Miss F, E. Tiffany opened the discussion at Torquay Debating

WILL TO FIGHT GOES ON Pugnacious Instinct Inevitable TORQUAY DEBATE Miss F, E. Tiffany opened the discussion at Torquay Debating

Society last night Can tue Pugnacious Instinct be Eradicated said that earliest history, 50,000 years ago and more, showed that animals fought to live. Man. when he came along, took up the challenge. Later on, when he lived in communaties, his pugnacious instinct still came out,
25 November 1939 - Torbay Express and South Devon Echo - Torquay, Devon, England
 
PAIGNTON LECTURE

PAIGNTON LECTURE

Last night the Southfield Schoolroom, Paignton was full when Mr. R. A. Colwill (managing editor of the Herald and Express), spoke to the Men’s fellowship on The Secret Hitler's power.” Rev. F. Sparrow, who presided, extended a welcome to the speaker aftd was applauded when he as
25 November 1939 - Torbay Express and South Devon Echo - Torquay, Devon, England
 
38 PASSENGERS ON SCUTTLED SHIP

38 PASSENGERS ON SCUTTLED SHIP

Sunk By Nazis To Avoid Capture Cape Town, Saturday. The German vessel Adolph Woefmann, which left Lobitos Bay on November 18, has been scuttled in mid-ocean. She sank herself in the south Atlantic to avoid capture. Thirty-eight passengers, including 18 women, were picked up, tog
25 November 1939 - Torbay Express and South Devon Echo - Torquay, Devon, England
 

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WINDSOR

WINDSOR

ley BOVENEY 3 Y-0 HURDLE, £loo. One and a half miles. 1, BRIGHT BOY (C. Mitchell) 2, LEMANAGMAN (R. Smyth) 3, MAUNEA KEA (H. Sprague) Also ran: Nantddu (J. Vowles), Azru (D. Jones), Good Queen Bess (K. Rumble), Mr. Snodgrass (W. Stephenson), North Tor (D. Quirke), Golden Tetrao
25 November 1939 - Torbay Express and South Devon Echo - Torquay, Devon, England
 
STOP PRESS

STOP PRESS

TO BROADCAST AT CHRISTMAS? It was stated to-day that, decision has yet been. leached ng the possibility oh the jnaaing a Christmas broadcast. Qiif.MAN VESSEL HITS MINE guard sirHck a at- a- I.U p.m. to-day ite r.:ins.is-ids in the vieinily of Kjeldsor Ligut.uouse, Langeland Isla
25 November 1939 - Torbay Express and South Devon Echo - Torquay, Devon, England
 
EFFECT

EFFECT

Italy To Consider The Problem THE problem of the increasing damage to neutral trade by the extension of the economic war between the belligerent countries is expected to play a large part in the discussions of t)he Fascist Grand Council meeting on December 7. The British and Fre
25 November 1939 - Torbay Express and South Devon Echo - Torquay, Devon, England
 
Another Plot Against

Another Plot Against

25 November 1939 - Torbay Express and South Devon Echo - Torquay, Devon, England
 
UNFURNISHED BUNGALOWS TO LET

UNFURNISHED BUNGALOWS TO LET

to let; garage; Tarraway Road, Preston; central heated.—Box H. & E.
25 November 1939 - Torbay Express and South Devon Echo - Torquay, Devon, England