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OF SPORT

OF SPORT

A HAPPY ISSUE. GREEN WAVES SUCCESSFULLY APPEAL TO COUNTY rE appeal of the Green Waves Football Club the decision of the Weat Devon Area Committee that the club should post F.A. warning on their ground was considered last night at a special meeting of the Emergency Commi'tee of t
31 December 1924 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
TENNIS PLAYER WRITERS.

TENNIS PLAYER WRITERS.

Limits to Which They Can New York.—The proposed new amateur rule of the United States Lawn Tennis Association, governing activities of player-writers, has been unanimously adopted by the Executive Committee. The new rule, drafted by a special c mmates, contains four important, p
31 December 1924 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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31 December 1924 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
7 .~, Plymouth Co - operative Society, Iranulated Sugar Further 3d. per Reduced P 4 lb. V

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31 December 1924 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
INTERESTING FIGURES.

INTERESTING FIGURES.

_ nc , ex-Mayor of Plymouth. gave some I nterest.ng ev idence, ,•. the 3laater Bakers Organization Parliamentary Committee bread. Rivet, lefore the Royal Commission on Food Prices chief points was that the cost of flour was the most vital factor the charge for the loaf, and he a
31 December 1924 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
vSRYING ►RICES.

vSRYING ►RICES.

In reply to further questions from the Chairman, witness said the grass profits per sack on 92 loaves varied from 21s. V) 2.16' . The Chairman We have heard that ' in the industrial area of East Lancs. shire bread is not delivered by bakers.' and vet it is Is. per 41b. loaf in C
31 December 1924 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
LEGAL EVIDENCE.

LEGAL EVIDENCE.

The first witness, George Edward Baldry. prineipal of the legal department of the Midland Dank, said that in December. 1923, an action was commenced by C. E. Robinson against the bank claiming £125.000. After making inquiries , to who paid in the cheque, witness got in touch wit
31 December 1924 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
RESULT OF INQUIRIES.

RESULT OF INQUIRIES.

When he made a statement during either of the two conversations you have given in evidence, did Hobbs tell you he had emplojed a man named Billy ,Stephens to make inquiries?—Yes. He is an ea-sergeant of police, is he not ?—I believe so. Was some of the information he gave 'you t
31 December 1924 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
IT'S AN Ill•WIND.

IT'S AN Ill•WIND.

IT'S AN Ill•WIND . Sometimes the ill-luck of one manufacturer or trader means the luck of many bargain busters. At one big West• End store during the coming sales 1.500 mire of shoes will be on sale. These were made on the Continent to be sold in New York at prices equivalent to
31 December 1924 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
NEW YEAR'S EVE.

NEW YEAR'S EVE.

MUSINGS ON THE PASSING OF 1924. W E stand on the brink of tr TT Year. A few more , with all its joys and troubles and trials, its perplex', uncertainties, an now gone passed for ever. Aa the mound of the lao -tr 'of twelve from St. . ancient tower fades inir, Imes to-night those
31 December 1924 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England