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May 23, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
EVENING HERALD, PLYMOITTH, THURSDAY. 23 MAY; 1293.

EVENING HERALD, PLYMOITTH, THURSDAY. 23 MAY; 1293.

ODDMENT& THE CRITIC SLIPS HIMSELF - THE LANDLORD'S LAND LEAGUE ARMY CORPS-A WAR-OFFICE BIBLE-A MAG- NIFICENT BURIAL PLACE. The valuable presents which the Czar sends tc the Emir of Bokban consist of two large and =sive silver vases inlaid with malachite and precious also two sma
May 23, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
SOL TIMIS

SOL TIMIS

AND I " 20 Weeds 2/- • 4/0
September 11, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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'in tstent dealing /itrath

tstent dealing WEDNESDAY, 11, 1895.
September 11, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.

DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.

Before Mr. W. W. Blight. at. the Stonehowie court to-day. Riddle. of Rshash. was charged with being drunk and disorderly in Union-street last evening. She was fined 10c. and costs, with the alternative of 14 days impri.ontnent.—P.C. Perryman proved the ca,e.
September 11, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
MATCH WITH EIGHTEEN' OF THE DISTRICT.

MATCH WITH EIGHTEEN' OF THE DISTRICT.

TO-DAY. One of the strongest, if not absolutely the strongest, professional cricket teams that hare ever visited Plyrocrith was billed for the South Devon enclosure to-day. It cannot be said that the weather was altogether favonrable for the match. The scratch" team is composed
September 11, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
THE PLAY.

THE PLAY.

At length the All Englanders arrived, and not much time was lost in getting to work. The visitors, having won the tow, batted first, Maurice Read and Bean opening the innings against the howling of Finlaison. against the wind, and Aston from the gate end. The Marines first ball
September 11, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
H FORTUNE,: OF THF. RACE.

H FORTUNE,: OF THF. RACE.

The Valkyre lost acme of her gain in the long let: out to sea in the direction of the mark. the Defender pointed very much closer. while the Valkyrie eased her sheets a deal. The Defender continued rapidly casting into the Valkyrie 's wind as they neared the first 'park. hut the
September 11, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
FIRE AT MANNAMEAM

FIRE AT MANNAMEAM

On Thursday shortly before midnight. as outbreak of fire was discovered at a shed at the back of 'foe nandcrescent. Mannamead. in the occupation of Mr. Sergeant Dawsco and P.C.'s 37' Wright and 86 of the Devon Constabulary. quickly arrived on the metre, and at once commenced to
September 13, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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DAILY MOMIRV. VD Wad& • 6 30 Words 0 9 1 6 2 • 00 Wade 1 0 2 3

3 0 90 11 6I 6 0 Throe therm only to Vomit For To Bo Lot or Bald. Look Wound. let inserting. do not also to aCor , aro amid sob by Todd. Onion to the PROPRIETORS Row* Harrill." 50. Flynn&
September 13, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England