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I 4 ROYAL, PLYMOUTH. C. F. Williams. LAST TWO OF IN ANIT FAIR." A Comedy In Three Ad% by 0.

I 4 ROYAL, PLYMOUTH. C. F. Williams. LAST TWO OF IN ANIT FAIR." A Comedy In Three Ad% by 0.

W. 'played at the ROYAL COURT THCATI:E., LONtddr, OVER SO MLA 14 RILL 7114 SUWON OF THE LONDON SEASON. THEATRE OF yA RIETIES. 52. JAMES'S HALL. Tram* and 'bus dap at tbe Doors. and First Appearance of MR. HARRY FREEMAN. Cheered to the echo Lot coght. dreaded. The Leador.: o vert
September 13, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
POLICE R AID AT CARDIFF.

POLICE R AID AT CARDIFF.

The Cardiff polite yesterday made a raid upon no 'lnn where they mopeeted betting,. on the occasion of .ho Doncaster race, About thirty men were found in the rinoking-room. and all exiti having been closed. the of those pre.i nt were taken, and the landlord urrest.A. In his ion
September 13, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
VALKYRIE WILL RETURN TO ENGLAND.

VALKYRIE WILL RETURN TO ENGLAND.

A most regrettable fiasco was the result of yesterday's "race," the third for the America Cup, as the brief cablegrams we published last evening showed. Lord Dunraven having lodged a strong protest against the hamper' ing of the yachts caused by the overcrowding of steamers and
September 13, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
FINE WRATH= FOR TUE RACE

FINE WRATH= FOR TUE RACE

So far as the wind and sea were concerned, there seemed this morning the prospect of a fine race when the yachts left their anchorage in the Horse Shoe for the starting point at Sandy Hook lightship, the Defender in tow and the Valkyrie running before the wind under her inainuil
September 13, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
A GIGANTIC PENNYWORTH.

A GIGANTIC PENNYWORTH.

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August 21, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
Amusements Th EATE E ROYAL. PLYMOUTH. Bole Mananr—Mr. a R . TO-NIGHT AND ALL THE WEER. WILLIAMS AND abSSETTE NOTED

Amusements Th EATE E ROYAL. PLYMOUTH. Bole Mananr—Mr. a R . TO-NIGHT AND ALL THE WEER. WILLIAMS AND abSSETTE NOTED

AND COMEDY TRIM% ON T" RAINY." Dom. Men ; 7.30. Heather °Moe at 'Matra ewe 10 till 9. Telepboae 196. Saabs be booted at nankin:ea Davenport. Prim ea rod. 60 to THEATRE F VARIETIES. JAMES'S HALL. ♦NOTHER STAR COMPANY. - HOURS - 3 SMUSEMENT AT CHEAP PRICES. No V Open as 7 . Overtu
August 21, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
LURKING GERMS OP LAST VISITATION

LURKING GERMS OP LAST VISITATION

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August 21, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WHAT! A B-U)W !''

WHAT! A B-U)W !''

While Champion Corbett. prize fighter and American gentleman. was "rehearing the new blow which may knock out Fitzeiramons." and getting pictures made of him..elf in the manure. Mm. Champion Corbett was knocking him out in the Divorce Corrt in one round. %Ironic Motto for Our Fo
August 21, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
40 Wads..

40 Wads..

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May 30, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
OCCASIONAL NOTES.

OCCASIONAL NOTES.

GENNtAL AND LOCAL. Memo. D. Smith. Son. and Oakley are to tell and Meathland Estates next month. The Prince Cl Wales gave his customary Derby day dinner party at Marlborough House last evening. The guests included the Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Goths. Newton Gesediene petards, smar
May 30, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England