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SERVICE NOTES. THE LOSS OF THE CAPTAIN

SERVICE NOTES. THE LOSS OF THE CAPTAIN

The fact is recalled that in one of one Vent us's' disasters the late Mr. Childers lost one of his eons. When Mr. Gladstone became Priam Minister, after the general election of 1868, Mr. Childers, then only in his f ortysecond year, was made Lord ot the Admiralty. It MAW • great
31 January 1896 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
– – -- PHOTOGRAPHIC JOTTINGS.

– – -- PHOTOGRAPHIC JOTTINGS.

- - -- PHOTOGRAPHIC JOTTINGS. PRO'fOORAPRY IN COLOURS OF NATURE. After the incitement csused by Prof. Rontgen's photo'grains by the ultra-violet rays, it is somewhat refreshing to turn to something more tangible, and of more general interest. In an interview with Dr. Jcly, of Dub
31 January 1896 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
BILI2ARD MATCH AT TIVERMON.

BILI2ARD MATCH AT TIVERMON.

A billiard match between EVA*? and Tiverton Constitutional Chiba was played g nverton last night, the visitors being defeated by 35 panda. Scores : Exeter.—Newbgn 119, Vine 150, Yates 89, Barriball 85 n Williants 100. George 100—total. 613. • vrt , 3l ,-Aergeent McDermott 150, H
15 May 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
AT THE PLAY. DRAMATIC AND MUSICAL GOSSIP. The general opinion about Mr. He pry Arthur Jones's new play seems to

AT THE PLAY. DRAMATIC AND MUSICAL GOSSIP. The general opinion about Mr. He pry Arthur Jones's new play seems to

be that he has rot done himself justice in it, and that " Saints and Sinners," the first play in which he let himself go, which the prevent work resembles in many respects, was a much superior accomplishment ; while some critics go so far as to prefer that which immediately prec
15 May 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTER

ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTER

DEVON AND CORNWALL DISTRICT. MEETM TO-DAY. The annual meeting of the Heron and Cornwall United Dixtrict of the ►.().F. was to-day held at the Foreateri Hall, the Octagon, Plymouth. Bro. Summerville. D.C.R., presided, and the delegated patient were Bros. !Amid B. Itomeril, P.C.8.
20 May 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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20 May 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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24 April 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
fast RUA THROUGH TO bWINDOS.

fast RUA THROUGH TO bWINDOS.

The inauguration of the accelerated service aroused great interest, and quite a crowd of the officials and general public assembled on Paddington platform yesterday morning to witness the departure of the Cornishman. which was drawn by the Lord of the ricks," one of the company'
02 October 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
TO lIVIITISB8:

TO lIVIITISB8:

TO BLSHOP MAPLES DROWNED. MISSIONARY MURDERED. Advice from Blantyre to Cape Town report! , that newel hecreached there that Biebop Maples, of Nymodand, arid • companion were drowned in Lake 'Nya , .• the 12th ult. It is also reported that Mr. Attlay, a member of the Univeraitien
02 October 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
THROUGH OTHER SPECTACLES.

THROUGH OTHER SPECTACLES.

SIR B. W. RICHARDSON AM) ALCOHOL. The new veto on alcohol which Sir Benjamin Richardson advocate+ is a ecientifio and moral veto. We are to la): upon alcohol the cause of one-half of the misery of tho human race, as totally unnecessary. and at nalicoally degrading. When we have
02 October 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England