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_,Sit!taitens Vas n,4. ttbattts laanttb. mated, fleptemkar, anti • GIRL maul; married. ne Issisima; 17: f....1P partial employment for ode

_,Sit!taitens Vas n,4. ttbattts laanttb. mated, fleptemkar, anti • GIRL maul; married. ne Issisima; 17: f....1P partial employment for ode

if deemed; snowmaker preferred: rout free.—State walla. giIiaTIONSI SITUATION/41f —Fier. --- bookiug. posted, B. Osoniel, tikoddon-road, Envoy. Geis, OooloGenerals. Generals, Houm-Parlour. BOY Wankel. =Ms Wented.-2, Radnor -pkee, Begcntofitot. Stall, North-road Station. s IMPROV
29 June 1899 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
tdv e dot -- SUPPLY PR WHEEL to Nola RonLatta Cycles. Dent's Roadster including: FREE WHFAM, front Ll 2 124.

tdv e dot -- SUPPLY PR WHEEL to Nola RonLatta Cycles. Dent's Roadster including: FREE WHFAM, front Ll 2 124.

Od. LADIES', SOLE AGENTS...F:OR . TII!L . RAFERRE AND itouLerrE CYCLES. TICE WESPRRN CYCLE rase. DEVONBaI.IIB CIDESt OP MEET QUALM IN CASK OR BOMA J On SYMONS AND CO., LTA
29 June 1899 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
NMOUTH. TIWRSDAY.

NMOUTH. TIWRSDAY.

BUTTER! DoW AAI N QUALITY CANNOT EQU DELICIOUS MAYPOLE DAISY liLITYER, poly lld. per It MILDOVA FRESH SUTTEE. in lib Ca^ibmni Mars, Direct from Diairim "ILAYFULE " TEA, ln, la. W., la. 4.1., and the Best la. per lb. Rich. Pula, and Fragrant. MAYPOLE DAIRY COMPANY. UM. 33. FOIE S
29 June 1899 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
NEWFOUNDLAND QUESTION.

NEWFOUNDLAND QUESTION.

ALLEGED SERIOUS FELCTION. BT. JOHN'S (Newfoundland), Wednesday. &wino development. are reported in the dispute OM the right to gather bait on the French .bore. A ember of French Ashermen, aseisted by the crew of the French creaser Isly, gemmed quantity of see at Boy Islands belo
29 June 1899 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
THE CONTEST AT LEEDS.

THE CONTEST AT LEEDS.

F. S. Jackson in the English Team. Australians Go In First, And are all Out for 172. There had been • lot of rumours about die' agreement in Tortelure cricket ranks, the determinetion of F. S. not to play for &gland or his comity *pin for seine time, and his desire to ban been c
29 June 1899 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
S. J. RENDLE,

S. J. RENDLE,

S TONEINOUSE, IKEYMIAM, braid of ditlyou order, S ir' ?* C tub i "why. 9urgESToF couroa. , . (L' _ Wee' , Aria - WHOLESALE CLOTHIER AND MECHANICS' OUTFITTER, 36, EDGCUMBE STREET, 47, JOHNSTONE TERRACE, Opposite the Naval Barracks and Waits. CURE OF DEAFNESS . J. ISILVERTOINT ! w
29 June 1899 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
Susituers Vrtmtem

Susituers Vrtmtem

lemon stature, at sf suitable tee so dry gooda—Apply 24, z ' UAY.—LOCIE-UP SHOP to be Ist, in P M with pommies. Headmen boot; lavatory ouroommdstioo.—Apply to J. Davy. Soon Agent sad Auctioneer, 23, Fleetetres, 1073 5 28 Plymouth. Shop; ,®. C on Albert 1. B. Atelier, 51, Plymouth
29 June 1899 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
ONE HALFPENNY

ONE HALFPENNY

, STAND ?St ADVANTAGE'S 00 0 WIELDING P. B. S. C. utut 11 UM. PAVILION, PLIMIONT/R• Hamm . . TO-MIGHT. AT 6 Performs. oil TIER BITING BAND OF ROYAL MARINES C. B. SCA Cemluett-Mr TRAIX.WINVARDOTTON. Priam SATIJIDAY STICH/CO, TEM CHARMING BALLAD VOCALIST, I Priories , Tromt-oe. (W
29 June 1899 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
MRS. HENRY FAWCETT.

MRS. HENRY FAWCETT.

Mrs. Henry Fawcett, olio has been taking pert in promoting the International Cadmus on the subject of the traffic in young women, and who also presided this week et the lirst grant meet- of the National Union of Women's Sane Societies in support of the political enfranchisement
29 June 1899 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
THE WESTERN EVENING HERALD, PLYMOUTH, THURSDAY, 29 JUNE, C PLYMOUTH DROWNING CASE.

THE WESTERN EVENING HERALD, PLYMOUTH, THURSDAY, 29 JUNE, C PLYMOUTH DROWNING CASE.

THE WESTERN EVENING HERALD, PLYMOUTH, THURSDAY, 29 JUNE, PLYMOUTH DROWNING CASE. Cowardly Conduct of Spectators. REFUSED TO RENDER HELP. Strong Observations by the Coroner and Jury. A little boy roamed Party Thomas, aged nine sere lot 84, Cmgaridgeotreet, Plymouth, fell off eteM
29 June 1899 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England