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CRIMPS AND CRIMPING.

CRIMPS AND CRIMPING.

Tbs Pabli4 wisely is the belief dna do nefarious Malaria rasped noise sum " orisapias hose bola pat entirely to as aid reforms the share life of odor sleeted Tar* of the Bawd of Mad* boot as ids, of onset to alike sums. W so stiL Rom* a member of of lb* " Weston bosom. lbws stil
June 14, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
THE NATIONAL TESTIMONIAL TO

THE NATIONAL TESTIMONIAL TO

DR. GRACE Th. Sub-Committs , of the Marylebone Cricket Club who have in hand the .lessils of a national testimonial Dr. W. G. Grate. root again a► Lord's yesterday. wad requestsd the assistance of the Press in reaching country dubs not by any organisation, with the intimation th
June 14, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
pDrosses Ctrif

pDrosses Ctrif

pDrosses seats the welfare et a laine• then s $ Tows? DOM( the thee Nth Law and Oka lamb dna tow Pant timber ba th Several see AND NO= 80 THAN TIAT MR W. HARTNOL L DRAPEuR AND MILLINER. OF MARMON HOUSE. AT THE TOP OF ON STREET. Harlon Dram al Ha Mt, these fee Deere Below the ; TO
July 2, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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IN THE COURTS TO-DAY. ANOTHER PATIENT. At the Plymouth Polie-court today Annie Cask was charged with being drunk and incapable Floesstave% rarteiday.—P.O. Wincoaka said that he saw prisoner lying in a doorway belp:eady drunk and with • ..arge crowd around her.—The woman intimate
July 2, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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July 2, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
MIL GULLY AND THE UNIONLSTS.

MIL GULLY AND THE UNIONLSTS.

In reLvence to 31r. Gully's seat at Carlisle, the " Clobe " says:—ln this connection we regret to see it suggested in some quarters that the Unionists nut contest Mr. GuEy's seat at Oarlible. The chance of turning Mr. Galy out if the seat is contested is so good, that it certain
July 2, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
A POOR GAME.

A POOR GAME.

We cannot bring ourselves to believe that the 111. that represented South Devon on Saturday was their best team, as several of the individual efforts were a very indifferent description. (In Friday the display by the Southerners against Sparks and Aston was of the most forlorn d
July 2, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
nEiiESENTATIONS

nEiiESENTATIONS

GUANO THZATIII. ZS °USX BoM Br. B. Be. MONDAY In N. ULUNDI airstream ON NONDAT. I.IIIIDAY ,T AND ILLTEIRDAY. July TUB DRAMA. BY THE GRIM BUSEUIL" ON FRIDAY. JOLT "THE sOHOOL FOR SCANDAL°
July 12, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
TEE LONDONERS' R.

TEE LONDONERS' R.

It rennet be mid the play adulated by the Belmar' team is anytkiag atom than fourth elms, sad their dieplay good, so and h good, the cricket downy the majority of the Moil medium terms. On Team* they ad very badly the area, and stared but far muss& Their quite fares, and the bat
July 12, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
GRAVES AND

GRAVES AND

SONS. Theirs is the only really tame Stroh, and they are the owir makers of Bedding of ewe. detoriotioe, inelnding Wire bprisg Nlattressea. Mattress... Hair and Wool Ma:Armee. Finch.? BOaters, i Pillows They ba.. Forni.hed many large Hotels with their Freuitore and Betiding as t
May 3, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England