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FUNERAL PARTY FALL INTO A 6RAVE.

FUNERAL PARTY FALL INTO A 6RAVE.

An exciting incident occurred at th old Cemetery, Birmingham, yesterday afternoon. Three graves had been dug in a row, and a temporary platform placed across the centre one for the convenience of the funeral party. During the burial ceremony, the boards, upon which several perso
May 9, 1896 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
THE CORONATION OF THE CZAR.

THE CORONATION OF THE CZAR.

The Royal yacht Victoria and Albert, which heal been elaborately decorated, left Portsmouth at six o'olock yesterday morning for Port Victoria, there to embark the Duke of Connaught, who will reweemt her Majesty at the Coronation of the Cxar. The Duke, who will be accompanied by
May 9, 1896 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
LADIES AND CHILDREN LEAVLNG THE

LADIES AND CHILDREN LEAVLNG THE

RAND. JOHANNESBURG, Sunday.—Political tension continues and crowded trains are departing with women and children. The price of breadstuffs has, risen, and several leading mines are expected to dose to-morrow. No organised movement is apparent among the National Union, but the Go
December 30, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
THE 11/310ZY OF SAMBA MIL

THE 11/310ZY OF SAMBA MIL

THE OF SAMBA MIL The " Sole" doubts whether the Boers will grant the request of .the I:Minders, and asks whether Saxon sentiment, which has not forgotten the at Majuba Hill, will not demand a solution even more radical than that which is at present required—osch, for instance, as
December 30, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
IN THE COURTS TO-DAY.

IN THE COURTS TO-DAY.

made. (Continued from Page 2.) The Plymouth magistrate+ Landed over to the custody of Sergeant C. E. Wills, of the Newcaatle Police, to-day, Tom May. 'Torry Wolstein. a comedian, for steal-1 ing from the 'rie Theatre. Newcastle. on the 22th March laid an oboe and leather case, v
December 30, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
TO-DAYS MAICNEWS.

TO-DAYS MAICNEWS.

ETRURIA, for New York, sailed from Queemdours on Nforiday. NORSEMAN, from Liverpool, arrived at Boeton-(By cable.) CAMERON, from Africa, arrived at Liverpool Sonday. FORT CHALMERS, for Sydney, arrived Port Said on Monday. from Valparaiso, arrived at Liverpool on Monday. PONGOLA,
December 30, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
TO ADVERTISERS: UDIES READ THE HERALD

TO ADVERTISERS: UDIES READ THE HERALD

December 30, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
EVENED OVER, AID RCM TO SLEEP AGAIN'

EVENED OVER, AID RCM TO SLEEP AGAIN'

EVENED OVER, AID TO SLEEP AGAIN' The man who was never in a burn-, continued the preacher. working out the theme, always did moat : and he showed the way in which all hurry, might be avoided. He wished that some of the plain. common-sense that men applied to their business might
December 30, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WGEIRRN EVENING HERALD.

WGEIRRN EVENING HERALD.

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December 7, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
BANK MA.NAGER COMMITTED.

BANK MA.NAGER COMMITTED.

Eduard Parke'''. thirty-four. late manager of the Woodford Green Branch of the London Joint Stat . '. Bank. was committed few trial at Woodford to-day charged with anbesrling money belonging to his em- for the Bankers' Asociation amid that the owresins! 'cowed had assumed a eery
December 7, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England