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THE P ARKER AND SMITH Are the bola for Students, (a) For the development of Tee!thins': (b) For the cultivation of taste to the *pg. pARKER. AND SMITH PIANOS. FRAMRUN TAYLOR. ray , '—" Cinestructiou thoroughly round. and of excellent finish." pARKEK AND SMITH P1A,.•103. LiND.tx
April 26, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
SENTENCE OF FOUR MONTHS' HARD LABOUR.

SENTENCE OF FOUR MONTHS' HARD LABOUR.

Before the Mayor (in the chair) and Mr. H. J. Howland at the Plymouth Police-court to-day, Eliza Rowe. 37, King-street, Plymouth. a single woman, and the mother of three children. was charged with having wilfully neglected Edith May Stanbury in a manner likely to cause suffering
April 26, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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April 26, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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3s: AIM NOTES LID U. AND S °2lB' MOON- AND SONS' BT THE HOME. MOON AND SONS' TUNING. MOON AND SOW M E THE pIANOFORTI GALLERY MUSIC STOWS. & VII., GEORGE STREET, pLYMOUTH. CANTrY AND CO.. - Tar, TERRA COTTA F AcrNG BEICKa STA'NO!4 SPECIAL. OFFER FRUIT i.,2TRAWBERRY JAM, MANUFACTUR
June 12, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
SERIOUS FIRE AT WINI`OIi-

SERIOUS FIRE AT WINI`OIi-

SERIOUS FIRE AT It is reported this morning that a fire on Weston-Snpe'.Mare Pier. The railway, show booths, and other wood are stated to have been destroyed, and otherwise damage done. ROYAL CORNWALL 8110 W. OPENING TO-DAY. WADEBRIDGR, Fine weather favoured the opening d the Cor
June 12, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 

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ITHE RAID ON THE ALBERT CLUB.

ITHE RAID ON THE ALBERT CLUB.

TAE SUMMONS DISMISSED. At the Mansion Home. London, to-day. Alderman Ritchie had before him the summonses against the forty-five defendants in connection with the 'recent raid on the Albert Club. No evidence was offered, and the magistrate dismissed the summonies against the sev
June 12, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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What a charming surprise it is to s man who has looked to his bicycle for Two Howl' Pew* and Liberty a Day, to come down on his birthday and end that his wife and mothevin:Mw have taken lessons in secret, and will henceforth go with him always and retry. where 'Any Ws be was " mu
June 12, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
BILL OF FARE.

BILL OF FARE.

The "WESTERN EVENING DERALI to-morrow will contain, among others, the following features Men and Matters,Pithy Paragraphs about Prominent people.—Page 1. Ndtes of the Day and News of the Day. On the Watch in the West.—Page 2. Latest Telegrams, Foreign, General, and Local, and th
May 24, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
THIS DAY'S NAVAL NEWS.

THIS DAY'S NAVAL NEWS.

(By Te%egraPh-) THE INSPECTION OF PORTSMOUTH DOCKYARD. The Lords of the Admiralty have deferred their %tonal inspection of the dockyard and naval establishments at Portsmouth from the 30th and 31st instant to June (A and 7th. THE PIQUE AND ARDENT AT MALTA. He Majesty's Pique and
May 24, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
r LATEST TELEGRAMS.

r LATEST TELEGRAMS.

WISTERN EVENING HERALD OFFICE, EXTRA SPECIAL EDITION, 7 P.N. THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY. To-day being the seventy-fifth anniversary of the Queen's birthday, the event was observed in London by the hoisting of flags in a number of churches and at I.everal large bu.iness establishments,
May 24, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England