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GERMANY AND SUBMARINES Ohancellor's Reply to His TURNER & PHILLIPS, Wale OEOROE4T76WI. PLIIIK/UTli. 111011 WATER AT PLYMOUTH. 93L1 . nom h. el. RW I. Or h. ie. 7 116 9 925 11 525 541 29 249 510 123 9 6 1 11 9 0.6 •1417 3 13 639 Tom 10 • 5 _0 0 mobile DELIVERY VAR Si..o and good
07 October 1916 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN I Lea At Pada ram end Aflame, Psalm Pallid Canada with tared ad Ada 0/00.. tn I It. A el 0 Card LdAd test. n of 500.1 ft 100. Wird Care , filers -10005 tea Id rata. Oa.. M. red Meettngs. pamsocrim llf I'B TOMMY, IINUAIT Mk AT /JO p.m A. W. T. MOWN; T. PHIL
12 January 1917 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
BATTLE MIDNICNT

BATTLE MIDNICNT

fuming to the Advantage of the British. PAILS, Monday.—The British w mod yesterday against the German politicos. le the evening of Saturday the bombeedesentl ed Win increased, and the time of stench Enoday morning the British advanced to the .alt *Jong the whole Fine, hile the a
24 July 1916 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
MORTIMER& VD' TEL LEADING TIES AND AI7rIGIN SEASON. WEED AND FADED laded* WITS. OVEIbOOATE, CLRANED OR DYED. MEE OOLOCRS AND

MORTIMER& VD' TEL LEADING TIES AND AI7rIGIN SEASON. WEED AND FADED laded* WITS. OVEIbOOATE, CLRANED OR DYED. MEE OOLOCRS AND

WINTER WEAR. VIED FOR FAST WAGE.
18 September 1916 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
Miscellaneous.

Miscellaneous.

IifORRIS. lITOCKTAILING Net' ley Plain. GI. halt the pm.; pyte. beet Ahteticen, hnklekable 61. my ter theta calm
24 July 1916 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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zgESTcprzz-4•11 4 • " 9•VZI , 191.4. NOTES OF THE DAY. The grcst struggle of our troops spied the Germans baa been resumed in its fd violence. After a breathing time we striking again against our :poet poverty' enemy. Our losses must be severe, but do not forget that it is for th
24 July 1916 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
TIE FATE OF MS DECISIVE

TIE FATE OF MS DECISIVE

BATTLE. OR DEATH: OF IHE GERMAN NATION. Wax Were, from the Western BIM-410.041% do the 7.eitung." males haat admie'out as to heavier titres/us dims the cleridve impseteere of the precut age the Rotterdam corms:madam. the Writing oe Thursday, be says:— the horror of theme days —w
24 July 1916 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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NATLOR—IATIZON—JuIr 23rd, MO NM Church. Plymouth, by the Bev P. Lollard 3. EA., to E el Plymouth. DEATHS. the Jul), 1114 at 9, Totht*seen" Ilyteotath, 64.., d ad. 30, the beloved dea l, raLovetl auntie Madge. Mad, at 11, Dammam% Wbeetee. H.S. (muted). eked para. = TM d - Puma W
24 July 1916 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WAR PENSIONS.

WAR PENSIONS.

The War Pretest, Statutory Commute, have advanced to committees for topplern,otary. and other granta the sum a £647,930 front July Ist to date. TWO MEMBERS oratEw TRANSPORT FLIED 1:5 EMIL As Her-street Police Court to-day, before Mr. I. Pease and Mr. H. Almond. Alexander Brownle
06 January 1917 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
-A VALUABLE DINT TO LADIES.

-A VALUABLE DINT TO LADIES.

Every led; amorally to look to au bat theme dap sod tom, it to giro matter more five usaaL ♦ lady's la bar dams; to sad ►eautify simple matter. Get a jai of litre deals Basle Oatmeal Val:Mt:Mg Crams, • me doily. silt remove mutter. soo►srs, sad redeem give drlire , ful t►ane of
06 January 1917 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England