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PEOPLE'S PROPERTY REMOVED TO

PEOPLE'S PROPERTY REMOVED TO

GERMANY. In • report issued by into. tbo Vit.lston of Law on tin part of Use Germane iu the of theft aid pluader committed with the complicity of Ow airthoritiera been. Atter a rutlikm seizure of private property organised system of plunder was worked ty Germans. Bulgier agricul
May 19, 1915 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
EVERY LAD

EVERY LAD

CAN DRIVE THE EASILY. :AUSE it is the SIMPLEST CAR MADE and THE MOST COMPLETE : "Press a pedal and the engine starts." No struggling with a starting handle. "Touch a switch and you light the lamps." No messy work with oil or acetylene. You don't need any man's help to run a MAXW
May 19, 1915 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
for Sale.

for Sale.

May 19, 1915 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WILFUL MURDER AGAINST KAISER.

WILFUL MURDER AGAINST KAISER.

At an at to-day on John Roil. 4e, of Hytbewoad. Thornton Heath. who dad from abode following mowed in the on Monday, the vary retarnrd s of murder against the Kaiser. ' ma corooer had suggested verdict of deo* from jejuna aoudad by an act of war of aa illegal:nate, dastardly dan
May 19, 1915 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
EVIDENCE IN CAMERA

EVIDENCE IN CAMERA

The trial of Kuepferk, the alleged Germs* spy, wee married at the Old Bailey this morning before the Lord (B u rl Joanne and justices Army and Lush and a jury, The charge is that by means of invisible ink accused attempted to communicate to the enemy information respecting Briti
May 19, 1915 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 

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THE BOARD AND THE BOROUGH

THE BOARD AND THE BOROUGH

TREASURER NOT IN AGREEMENT. At the meeting of tit Plymouth Board of diam, yestorday, the Governor (lieut. number of outdoor poor stated he 1.477, compared with 1,057 at the same period hot year, a decrease of 180. The moonlit *landed in their robot 7e. 10d., against 1:210 15a 7d
May 19, 1915 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
. SUITS R , FOR THE.. HOLi DAYS. fro BROWSES READY-FOR-SERVICE SUITS ARE FAULTLESS. 1 You are invited to call

. SUITS R , FOR THE.. HOLi DAYS. fro BROWSES READY-FOR-SERVICE SUITS ARE FAULTLESS. 1 You are invited to call

and try on one of our latest styles, you will then. realise that we are on the top line for Ready-to-wear Clothing. Your attention is called to our Men's Smart Tweed Suits AT 21/9, 2819, 29/6. Also SPORTS SUITS as Illustrated. w SPORTS JACKETS 12/11 15/9 fLANNEL ; TROUSERS 7/9 1
May 19, 1915 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WOOD MIL NE

WOOD MIL NE

May 19, 1915 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
SHED FIRE AT DARTFORD:

SHED FIRE AT DARTFORD:

them wormier( the sheds at Dartford were destroyed by ere, and the was sorepktoly up: ea isot • tram The fire was brat °beery.' *boot threw effort, and &opts the efforts of the Are brigade the what* bukLnar w• dsmolobed. Two men who were the brit to arrive upon amen that they he
August 7, 1917 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
TEX PANS IMININIf.

TEX PANS IMININIf.

PANS The Partin...Wary of the 'Deily Tekeraph Ikea difindtiss an arias. one sours. el trouble the purism of those Waver at the House of Commons who watt! tits of lest steel marmot' that they were errata( tbe hest interests of the natal% ny enabling Brit wh labour to tate an sand
August 7, 1917 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England