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TO-DAY'S AWARDS

TO-DAY'S AWARDS

Fine weather again favours the Show today, and ( numerous excursion trains have brought thousands of persons from all pares of the county. The day's pro- Igramme consists of practical demonstrations and in butter-making, horse-shoeing, and sheep *hearing. A few local claims of c
May 23, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
THE ANNESLEY DIVORCE CASE.

THE ANNESLEY DIVORCE CASE.

HEARING RESUMED TO-DAT. The hearing of Mrs. Annesiey's petition for divorce was resumed to-clay. Petitioner, further examined, said she left home for a time last year because the drains were bed. and on her return braid that important letters bearing upon this case had been take
May 23, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

The Yorkshire Cricket Committee have informed in' Barrey that in view of the much with Odde rniveiity sett Monday. they Claw. Melee Peel led Brow', play for Fneand a. Surrey M the it W. W. needs teetimonial matelt. F. S. Jackson however. plea. and F. W. Milligan win take his ill
May 23, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
gaits by Auction.

gaits by Auction.

& SONS. LIMITZD. Canna. AUCTIONEERS. APPRAISERS. BOUM EMT; AND GILNKRAL AGENTS. as CORNIVALL4n2in. ITLZPRONN is at the rear in and WOOLLAND & SELL by AUCTI'ION. at the Plymout. en TCY.SD4Y, July Ur. at Velar In the marg. sutra to of Society. and web nodal w 44 than be tat I—The
July 2, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
CARRIED TO THE STATION.

CARRIED TO THE STATION.

Rosins Mew, an =fortunate, was charged at the' Police-court today with being drunk, disorderly, and using bad language in Summerland-place.—P.C. Thomas gave the necessary evidence, and also said that she had to be carried to the station.—Mr. J. D. Sowerby said the girl was befor
July 2, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
HIDEOUS CHILD SLAVF2tI".

HIDEOUS CHILD SLAVF2tI".

The island of Sicily supplies nearly the whole of Europe with sulphur. and the cruelty with which the mineral i 3 extracted from the mines is almost incredible. Tt is around a little town in Caltanisetta that the chief mines are situated, and there may be seen an almost endless
July 2, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
LET. AND I, WINDSOIVTILLAS. PLYMOUTH.

LET. AND I, WINDSOIVTILLAS. PLYMOUTH.

: MISS KENDALL. First Clans Certificate. Cambridze Higher Examine In Oertileasee tram the Hotel de \Mlle and toe Sorbonne. Para. THE ACTUIIN TERM BROWS ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER AT ELEVEN CLASSES FOR BTEC!AL SUBJECTS Classes, tor lbs lollonsag subjeats English Language sad Llteratunt
September 11, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
NOTES OF THE DAY

NOTES OF THE DAY

We are getting nearer to the point. The letter of A Socialist," which we publish to-day, iy eminently satisfactory in more ways than one. We have been wanting to get near the point for a considerable time. The Socialist programme has been a thing of mystery. It has so many expon
September 11, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
1 Spooner and oom py. DECORATORS & FURNISHERS, PLYMOUTH.

1 Spooner and oom py. DECORATORS & FURNISHERS, PLYMOUTH.

Spooner and oom py. DECORATORS & FURNISHERS, PLYMOUTH. valuable lemons, and we hope the military authorities will lead an attentive ear to the advice which is now being so freely bestowed on them. Gradually, the Limited Liability system is edging its way into Cornish mining. Whea
September 11, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
onscEst: LANGUAGE.

onscEst: LANGUAGE.

LANGUAGE. At the Plymouth Police-court this morning. Aamn .1-lemming.. a private of the Welsh Regiment. and John Smith. .tolcer. were charged with tieing diecnlerlv and using (Moen language in 1. - nion-iitrect.—P.('. 68 Somer., gave the evidence, and pri.rvicrs were fined ss. an
September 11, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England