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NORTH DEVON NOTES.

NORTH DEVON NOTES.

The accident which happened to the occupants of the mach which met the 5.3 express from London, at Bideford reterdan to all appearances might have been averted, but the onus of the blame we do not think should be allowed to met on the shoulders of the driver. Ac it happened, all
June 25, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
TO-DAY'S !WARSAW.

TO-DAY'S !WARSAW.

LONDON HAY, Tneeday.—Moderate sup lies, and trade dull. "wept for best qualifies. Priam remain without alteration. Good to prima 92. 6d; inferior to fair do.. to sss; mad prim clover, 90, b ITL 6d; inferior to fair &a, mixture and midair', 60s Kt; etssw, LS to kind. GRIMSBY Teem
June 25, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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lam sin. 4011 art.; eels. IMMO; today, 30.314; =WIN pus, N 4: hemp, 991 bales; jute, 225; mug Mel; hides n 1; leather, MT; copper, 163 teas; /sad. 115; Id; tie. 1,515 cwt. OPENnia, Ma am. The fortnightly t ea the Steak le the et is view 6 lower. sad steady. Ananias with Iris at
June 25, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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June 25, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
CORNISH CRICKET.

CORNISH CRICKET.

The Trace club on Saturday played a very lame against Redruth. whom they defeated with ridiculous ease by no less than an innings and 92 rune. Redruth scored 20 and 36, no betimes in either innings gettins into double figures, whilst the home men put together the remestable tota
June 25, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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saie MAILING COAT In splendid condition. Mt li by I. Pie- with eearly new sails sad gear complete. Price Grey, Mootls-Grand, Exeter. 'EHREWOOD. 7 -Itars — LANewDealEn - ds, 528.ild7toTt: rare lot Hard Wood, Its. per tea.—S. Sprague, Greet West-rn Dons. Plymouth. S'IALLY Good Pabs
August 2, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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trath FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, ILO. NOTES OF THE DAY. A very rough night. The wind seemed to spring up suddenly, and the rain came down hard. They wore intrepid people who ventured to think that a sea trip would, under the eireninstanoea, do them good. But Britisk bravery laughs at squa
August 2, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
Ars NAVAL

Ars NAVAL

ADMIRALTY, Friday . Afternoon. Commanders William B. Faw(mar to the Victory. for Gibraltar ; Clarks E. Anson, to the Orhatda.: Arthur T. to the Royal Arthur Ciente. to the Trafa Lieutenants Hugh T. G. Stunk sod A. T. K. Hilt. b oth to thelhipjork ;M. F.Htopylion. to the Speedy :
August 2, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
" FANCY PRAYERS."

" FANCY PRAYERS."

One of the best stories told by Dean Role in his " Memories " is an old-fashioned cathedral verger, " lord of the aisles," who. one noon, found a pious visitor on his knees in the sacred building. The verger hastened up to him, and said in a tome of indignant excitement, The ser
August 2, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
TO-DAY.

TO-DAY.

To-day a engagement commences at Mount Wire, between the Girrison v. Marines and Navy. Considering both teams are very strong:y represented, a good match will be sure to be witnessed, and some first elms cricket exhibited. Flay commences to-day at 1.30 p.m. In the afternoon one
August 2, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England