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May 23, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
SHIP v. SCHOOL.

SHIP v. SCHOOL.

The match between the endetsclthe Britannia andl Exeter School on Saturday was a first-east one. rioter? resting with the Ship by three wickets and 17 runs. The Etionians batted and ran up 116, of which Martyn contributed more then one half. and oared e splendid game in compilin
July 2, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
READ Or.

READ Or.

Henry S. Leigh. with a lack of reverence for the Igeniux of Dr. Watts, wad to say that the punctuation 'of one of the most popular of tfie !seedling's cffn.ions wa. all wrong. For exarnplo. an oft-quoted passage should hare run thus: -. Bird. in their little nests agree. And 'ti
August 21, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
BILL OF FARE.

BILL OF FARE.

The "WESTERN EVENING HERALP" of to-morrow will contain, among others, the following features:— Men and Matters,Pithy Paragraphs about Prowlrent people.—Page 1. Notes of the Day and News of the Day.—Page 2. , Latest Telegrams, Foreign, General, and Local, and the Evening's News o
May 30, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
DEATH OF MRS. CHILDERS.

DEATH OF MRS. CHILDERS.

Mrs. Childers, the wife of the Right Hon. H. quietly away at a quarter to right this mania. M.: *4 M.:. Childers, who was a daughter of the late Baby Gilbert, of Chichester, was twice married, leer In' husband being the Hon. G. Elliott. She remained for a considerable time prior
May 30, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 

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. Drawn by J . Barrett) (Photo, Hasa, WESTERN EVENING HERALD, PLYMOUTH, THURSDAY, - MIX; tolling all day loag, and

. Drawn by J . Barrett) (Photo, Hasa, WESTERN EVENING HERALD, PLYMOUTH, THURSDAY, - MIX; tolling all day loag, and

baptisms and weddings both alike fell into the rear, the latter being apparently pat of, well nigh altogether during the visitation. to come on in overwhelming numbers when the health of the town was restored. The various expeditions which set out front the port were, indeed. as
May 30, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
iFurnislub ( 4partments to Tet anb PRNISR BED and SITTING-ROOM, 'with utteodanre, F.D every comfort dere to church nod station;

iFurnislub ( 4partments to Tet anb PRNISR BED and SITTING-ROOM, 'with utteodanre, F.D every comfort dere to church nod station;

cheap.--111rx (Irma , , g, Prinry•terrace. Piymptria. DOME. private family. Plymouth: locality gtod; terms stodcnite.—Writs Bo:WU. Once. Plymouth. 3113
August 30, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
DROWNED AT A REGATTA.

DROWNED AT A REGATTA.

At Dunmore, County Waterford. Regatta, Thursday,in the race for yachts one of the boats capsized in leaving the harbour. The occupants were thrown into the water. and after a desperate effort three own were saved. One man. named Patrick Wall, a carpenter, living in Waterford, wa
August 30, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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Situations etinteb. • of Three Town.. ?ITI'VVION Poi Cnnk. • in man retell , . or a, -ing:e with our

Irtter. 1: rare of sr.. Jane Ede. al. Weirden—trr^ . . rlymorte. :F7rle; wAlzr i t).*%:T:l . o . l . •: ii t:pper HouretaeW.—Apply 1 S le-howled er trod,: rend erotri-re. inside awl our.—Rordrr, Creane. Dertorou.h.
August 30, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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May 24, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England