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THE FIRST TIME.

THE FIRST TIME.

Before the Mayor and Professor Anthony*. at the MY- mouth Petty Sessions today. Albert Treleaven was charged with being drunk and axing bad language in Surnmerland-place.—P.C. Hannaford. who was on duty on Saturday night, intimated that he saw the prisoner about 10 p.m. with his
May 13, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

PLYMOUTH POLICE v. SERGEANTS ILM.L.L At Devon-plane this efternoon, before • good in brilliant weather. b Everest, 8; Cutts. b Blum, 6; W. b Brace. 7: Manning. b Bram 10: Townsend. b Even" 1: J. Socorro. run cat. 0: ficontlebory, b Everest, 0; Barnaoott. b Evers* 2; Body. not 8:
May 13, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
THE MAYOR OF PENZANCE AT CHAPEL.

THE MAYOR OF PENZANCE AT CHAPEL.

The Mayor and Town Council of Penzance attended service yesterday morning at the Wesleyan Chapel of thst town. where *e Rev. Joseph Cranswisk, superintendent minister, preached an excellent on the " Fatherhood of God." The Mayor (Alderman Julys& J.P.) was preceded by the local V
May 13, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
THE CHELSEA zurnow.

THE CHELSEA zurnow.

All the London newspapers, evening as well as morning, agree in the statement that an important election for the London County Council is proceeding yesterday in Chelsea. In view of the unanimity with which it is made I am bound to accept that statement. But lam also free to obs
November 20, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
FOR CONSPIRACY TO DEFRAUD.

FOR CONSPIRACY TO DEFRAUD.

The trial comosees;dsathe Old ' today of Paul Baron and Henry %owe* the Strand who are charged with conspiraoy to defraud customers, whom they pe r s uaded to have their teeth sealed, and thee. it ia charged them eshorbita.nt sums of money. Mr. Gill prosecuted. and Mr. Geoghegan
November 20, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
THE ODD SHILLINGS.

THE ODD SHILLINGS.

"John." /add an exporienoed member of the Sorietv 'of Friends, I hear that thou art going to be married." Tee," replied John, "I am." " Well, I have one 'piece of advice to give thee, and that is, never marry a woman worth more than thou art. When I married my wife I was worth j
November 20, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
HERALD THE SMOKE-ROOM GOSSIP. I have been to see " The Manxman" at the Grand Theatre, and have come away

HERALD THE SMOKE-ROOM GOSSIP. I have been to see " The Manxman" at the Grand Theatre, and have come away

with very mixed feelings. I have been somewhat disappointed as a reader of Hall Caine, for the play is not the book, and the book is not play. The greatest scene of all—the Deemster's public confession of his guilt and sentence upon himself —is omitted. But still, as Mr. Bandman
November 20, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
THE HERALD IS A BUDGET OF GOOD THINGS EVERY DAY. Recommend it TO YOUR Friends.

THE HERALD IS A BUDGET OF GOOD THINGS EVERY DAY. Recommend it TO YOUR Friends.

November 20, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
Mitchell and Bon's Paintings.

Mitchell and Bon's Paintings.

Coaching Excursions :—Dartssoor, Lys !ford, etc. Salta* Three Towns, and District Steamboat (Li Great Western Railway, and Other Imnip lighting time for Cclists, 9.5. n r . llama-11~ Put, TM at Davao (P.W.) TAUB. Di . Mr W. A le Denson{ Palk alb at 7. : • Bailey Maid filmes :—Mi
July 31, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
Stall el THUM= NAMITZRI lam M Mema bay. WORT DEPARTMENT tar wader the cheese d Lady.

Stall el THUM= NAMITZRI lam M Mema bay. WORT DEPARTMENT tar wader the cheese d Lady.

May 28, 1895 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England