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RIME WATER AT PLYMOVIIIt.

RIME WATER AT PLYMOVIIIt.

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17 August 1896 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
NOTES OF THE DAY

NOTES OF THE DAY

Was ever anything more interesting in the whole history of nations than the meeting between Li Hung Chang (we prefer to stick to the old appellation) and Mr. Gladstone P The most remarkable man of the Orient met the most remarkable man of the Occident. It may safely be presumed
17 August 1896 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
EVENING

EVENING

17 August 1896 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
CYCLING.

CYCLING.

THE INTERNATIONAL MEETING AT COPENHAGE.T. A SERIOUS COLLISION. a/PEN/IN:EN. Saturday. A serious collision orcurred among the men practising for the International cycle races which are now proceeding in this city. Nine cyclists were thrown to the ground, and the pacemaker for the
17 August 1896 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
' "IN THE COURTS TO-DAY. A 8413 HUSBAND AND FATHER.

' "IN THE COURTS TO-DAY. A 8413 HUSBAND AND FATHER.

C. F. (in tbe , dhair) and 3. P. Ilinwn, ,at the Plyznotith Court, Frederick Benjamin . . Nwricw,. btherthen, for sesstiting but wife. The owe wee an adjoumat one, the yesteithy being in toe drunken a onodition when hie ere before the Charlotte. Naylor, the defendant's wife, aid
07 January 1896 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
CAMBORNE PETTY SESSIONS TO-DAY. LEFT FOR AFRICA.

CAMBORNE PETTY SESSIONS TO-DAY. LEFT FOR AFRICA.

William Blight, 'shower, at Camborne to-day, domed with hawing been drimk and disorderly at the New inn, Drib, oo the night of December 26.—P.D. Mated diet m nine be bawd • great noise in the home, sod asked the to eject Blight and others,,Who were drunk, wee told to mind his OW
07 January 1896 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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07 January 1896 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WORTH TIGHTH:TG FOR.

WORTH TIGHTH:TG FOR.

WORTH TIGHTH:TG The reeled at crises noll'fotind "Th. in its leading article today•• and may be wire .yrepaniticais will not now be Bat geo will be ally by a datiolve,orpreesion feeling in this 'refprd. Wore AN. aid of Pirliarnent is senght, as, it am* be ri en earty.lpericel in
07 January 1896 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
TO-DAY'S MARKETS.

TO-DAY'S MARKETS.

10.50 a.m.'--MONDAY'S IMPORTS.—Wheat, 9,265 a. 1.; ores,. 15,466; flow. 31,22 k; barley, 24.9), maize, 2.000 ; peep, '700: bemp. 1.375 Sales; jute, 3.000; wool, 5,000; loathe, 460; copper, 15 tons; 560 I LONDON METALS, Tuesday.—Opening.--Copper fla 401 to 40 9-16 ; to 40 1.5-16
07 January 1896 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
SWITZERLAND AND THE ABDUCTED PRINCES.

SWITZERLAND AND THE ABDUCTED PRINCES.

- -- BEANE, Monday. The Federal Council has re• I quested the cantonal authorities of Neuchatel to furnish a report regarding the alleged kidnapping of the Abyssinian Prince Gugea Bennie and. hie two companions by an agent of the Italian Government. Ihe assertion of the Italian
07 January 1896 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England