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LOST IN THE CHANNEL. SPLENDID DISCIPLINE ON A PASSENGER

LOST IN THE CHANNEL. SPLENDID DISCIPLINE ON A PASSENGER

STEAMER. NARROW ESCAPES. ' A Newhaven correspondent telegraphs : —Much excitement was caused in Newhaven last evening at the news that the Channel steamer Seaford. which is the latest addition to the crow Channel service, had foundered. The non-arrival of the vessel at the usual
August 21, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
EVERY DAY STEAMERS WILL RTJN TO Al.t. POINTS, STARTING FROM ALL QUAYS

EVERY DAY STEAMERS WILL RTJN TO Al.t. POINTS, STARTING FROM ALL QUAYS

EVERY DAY STEAMERS WILL RTJN TO POINTS, STARTING FROM ALL QUAYS IDVLKTISEIIENTS APPEAR IV THE PAPERS, With tnii of Excursions, under tee Agadir:
August 21, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
HAMPSHIRE V. WARWICKSHIRE.

HAMPSHIRE V. WARWICKSHIRE.

WARWIONISRIA6 WLNB. The final stage of this return match war commenced at Southampton to-day, under a broiling sun. There was a moderate attendance. The wicket, which was in a dusty condition, played easily. Overnight the Midland county had gained a considerable advantage. as be
August 21, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
TO mAkr. TREY I.ITE.

TO mAkr. TREY I.ITE.

TO TREY I.ITE. and more and epeak before one'. eye:: If one wanted to regard him at a historian, it waa not oohs a. the 'historian of the 18th century that he was to h e looks! on. but of the Vnisidtrit. of Mediaeval England. and of the time of Lewis the Eleventh in France. •• wa
August 21, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
ARMY AND NAVY

ARMY AND NAVY

; A. ELLERY AND CO., 661 wINC 196. UNION•YIELLT, IMPORTANT TO LADIES sad Pan bowswer abet lest* es and newer fails to briar matt derived resell Theis really me& weenie parallel in edam ; they health, and hen. tied theasands Seeable, Mesta, and heaps unsolicited Peed Me Invaluabl
July 25, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
BEAUTIFUL AND OBARACFERIBTIC I Se IFS DOZES,

BEAUTIFUL AND OBARACFERIBTIC I Se IFS DOZES,

BEAUTIFUL AND OBARACFERIBTIC I DOZES, Predate Every H Revel P. PLYMOUTH HODGE. GEORDESTREET, AND 17 UNION.IITIZET. PLYMOUTH. KIIRS).RY : CROWN BILL NEAR PLYMOUTH. WREATHS AND CR.)S4Ei FROM env Dadra to Odes. BOEVETs, BUTTONHOLES, TIME AND SERVIETTE PLOWED CUT FLOWERS ♦XD FOLIAGE.
July 25, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
Pasts tub la*bs for *ale tub Mudd)

Pasts tub la*bs for *ale tub Mudd)

tub la*bs for *ale tub Mudd) UST OF Ike Or To " selected whisk Ni. on 1w - MOS Wm to mod" Mew , mime, UMW teed tall owls pond); eiwrweewl haw sad b i lk N e mec mho sad £l5 ready. TITS £lO yearly. OS Wee to £47 yearly. £.lOO let Fe 6d weekly . Crs--Superlee both cowman Cottages P
July 25, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
STEALING A WATCH AND CHAIN.

STEALING A WATCH AND CHAIN.

Before Colonel Elliott (in the chair), and Hereon. J. Wills, W. Bray, T. Ching. H. Phillip, and J. Brown, al the Plymouth Petty 3e,aio•a, Richard Pearce was charged on remand with steeling • gold watch and chain, the property of Frederick Phelpa, from a room at 7, Compton-14nel.
July 25, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
FORGERY OF CHEQUES.

FORGERY OF CHEQUES.

At the Old Bailey tn-day. Alfred Hunt, twenty-one, and Arthur Cronin. twenty-seven, were sentenced to eight and five years' penal servitude respectively for forging cheques for over fifteen pounds upon the City Rank. It was alleged that they belonged to a gang of forgers that ha
July 25, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
NAVAL APPOINTMENTS.

NAVAL APPOINTMENTS.

', Thursday. Aftarasan. Sbageott. to on Pal i ng Otto H. to d India..to July 2T,= . ; Ataiaaot-Nnirnmer Edgar C. Smith, to gatA to July 25. SPAIN AND CUBA. AMZRICkig R FIRED 17PON. A says Me by ea TM yet bees repo r t e d
July 25, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England