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CORNISH GAMES.

CORNISH GAMES.

Camborne offered themselves with gory on Saturday. when they performed the remarkable feat of Hooting 126 for ' , even wickets. then e!osing, and getting the Ganges' team out twice for 26 runs —two 13's R. Holman (47), W.. 1. Bennetts 133 not out). W. George (241 batted splendid
28 May 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
EVE AS A "NEW" WOMAN.

EVE AS A "NEW" WOMAN.

Miss Alice Herbage sets hereon down to demonstrate London Home " there were'' new " women even in the Testament days. Someone once said,' writes Miss Herbage. it was small wonder that men were what they are considering the had start they made in Adam. Women, any way, have not th
11 May 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
THE WESTERN TOVR.

THE WESTERN TOVR.

With the decision of the championehipa the game Mazes. and most of the remaining are arranged to form Mort. toms. First of is the Midland. which Marling 18). is continued at. Leamington (Mid) and (25th). A favourite meeting at Newcaetle (July 28. neoremtiates a special trip nort
11 May 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
LATEt3T SHIPPING NEWS.

LATEt3T SHIPPING NEWS.

LIVERPOOL, Saierday.—NaesadiN from Now Yet• arrived. OLD HEAD OF KINSALE, New York for Liverpool. 4.10 am. GLASGOW, Friday.—Pomeranian, for sailed._ GIBRALTAR. Saturday.—flisala, fee Law don. arrived. ADEN. Satorday.—Corontandel, Calcutta far Marmales and Landsat, arrived. Galla
29 June 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WANTED 70 BURN HER HUSBAND.

WANTED 70 BURN HER HUSBAND.

WANTED BURN HER HUSBAND. Members the Metropolitan Vire Brigade were rolled aid, this maiming to extinguish a fire house Orr al the occupants, • married woman, went to the firs and rid the set to burn her bend to death, and was to bent that she had not succeeded. The whom name, is
29 June 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
35 LADIES• NEW TWEED COSTUME COATS

35 LADIES• NEW TWEED COSTUME COATS

awl SKIRTS coat and also reefer chapel. i pries 294. 6d. awl Md. 6d.. clearing at 111 e. 3el. ALL ABODE ARE THIS SEASON'S Goons. AND HATE THE NEW FASHIONABLE CET SLEEVE. SPOONER and Co., PLYMOUTH. 45s
26 June 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
%ones, earrizujes,

%ones, earrizujes,

DONT. CART. &MESS toe .— Apply La. street Plystoth. a VOA SALE, style pistol 1111/TRCRAPEL. spit to 13 h.; geed coedit= ; aewly upholstered.— Marnford'a Motley. SALL a well.bred Chestnut RVICTER sod CARRIAGI r HOUR. li IDA.. years old, 'lightly ow sees sad trird at Mr. Collies'.
26 June 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
40 Wads 13/.. 60 Wards 12/.

40 Wads 13/.. 60 Wards 12/.

26 June 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
FOR HIS SON'S MAINTENANCE.

FOR HIS SON'S MAINTENANCE.

An order was made spinal Jogs by the Davenport Bench this incasing toe the payment of 8110 s., arrears due for the of his am, who ism the Mount training ship. AN ASSAULT CAIE. Before the Mayor (Mr. J. B. Jamas) and Mews. H. Williams and R. B. Welch, at Developed this seeding, Wi
26 June 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
DEATH OF ADMIRAL DA GAMA.

DEATH OF ADMIRAL DA GAMA.

News has been received at Buenos Ayres from Rio Grande stating that Admiral Saddens, da Game, who commanded the rebels in the late Brazilian revolution, and who subsequently joined the insur' cents in Rio Grande, baa been defeated by the Government troops. The Admiral, who was s
26 June 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England