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WORKING MEN'S DWELLINGS AT DEVONPORT. SPEECH BY THE MAYOR.

WORKING MEN'S DWELLINGS AT DEVONPORT. SPEECH BY THE MAYOR.

The Mayor of Devonport was the guest of the Mercantile Ammiaties 14 Se usual dimmer evening, sad in the of epee& he to many of great Mena to tram He the Corpcwalies had a great deal of work ahead in Davenport of the mire in which it wee to be. It osemad • pity that am always be
01 April 1896 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
REDRUTII.

REDRUTII.

. . &data kept op their victorious career on listurcia'y by detainee Carnbome, after a brilliant game, by a goil to nil, at the former'a ground. Much excitement had been throughout Cbrowall during the week by the quid= whether the " Black and Magenta " brigade would lower the co
01 April 1896 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
ON THE LIGHT SIDE. . . "He threw me downstairs." complainet.tie:ebseepion pugilist bitterly "before I ready. I • to my

ON THE LIGHT SIDE. . . "He threw me downstairs." complainet.tie:ebseepion pugilist bitterly "before I ready. I • to my

• word!" - The man who never made • is- /OA- Coatis to the woman who never pieced, and she Miura is closely related to somebody of the Washiegtoe type. Somebody that we owe to This is so it should be. It is much epeesahieto owe to a foreigner than • mon who lime YeA rood the car
01 April 1896 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
SPRING NOVELTIES. SEYMOUR and COMPANY HAVE MADE EXTENSIVE PREPARATIONS FORME EASTER AND EARLY SPRING TRADE. HAVING JUST RETURNED FROM THE

SPRING NOVELTIES. SEYMOUR and COMPANY HAVE MADE EXTENSIVE PREPARATIONS FORME EASTER AND EARLY SPRING TRADE. HAVING JUST RETURNED FROM THE

MARKETS. ARE SHOWING LARGE VARIETY or NEW GOODS IN MILLINERY. MANTLES, CAPES. BLOUSES. JACKETS. COSTUMES. DRESS MATERIALS. SILKS. LACES. TRIMMINGS. RIBBONS. CENTRunsmeanw vßELarma - ouTH. SPRING NOVELITIES.
01 April 1896 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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22 January 1896 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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22 January 1896 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
AN IMPORTANT MEMORANTWM

AN IMPORTANT MEMORANTWM

The Natiorual Education Emergency Committee, which has been called into i to meet the expected attack upon the Board schools, haw issued an important memorandum of its aims. An urgent appeal is made for vigorous opposition to the threatened educational reaction, for determined e
22 January 1896 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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22 January 1896 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
IT MAY WATCH THIS COLUMN CAREFULLY CONCERN

IT MAY WATCH THIS COLUMN CAREFULLY CONCERN

19 September 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
CHILDREN'.

CHILDREN'.

LSCE OF A profound sensation has been caused in Relfaet by the mysterious dieippearance of a number of children. The first divappesrazice took place early in August • when a girl named Rooney was missed. Five days later a little boy named Webb wan Ind, and not a trace of either
19 September 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England