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THE GOVERNMENT'S NARROW ESCAPE.

THE GOVERNMENT'S NARROW ESCAPE.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1921. The analysis of the division lists shows that ,tho escape of the Government from defeat on Friday afternoon was very narrow one - indeed. Thirty of tho majority 90, including tellers, were place-men of one ltind or another, so that rnly 60 unplaced mem
28 February 1921 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
THEARTRE ROYAL CONCERT.

THEARTRE ROYAL CONCERT.

" Royal' C a lftr audience to the a r>t o Krainir,r ' ,inoutll . last evening, 8 d «%htfui it wi a f reciated - Natur " i n , Jimrr.x"" was the fact ! OVei wie!dc<l tho Por>,u the • characteristic It IBI2 T dl ' s e v e ,| , finely s _e^ applause, I [ "' rast afforded °h, the ®
28 February 1921 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
CORPORATION CONCERTS.

CORPORATION CONCERTS.

A PROMISING VIOLINIST. Neither distasteful the classio ear nor unenjoyable to of homelier taste, the Plymouth Corporation concerts in the Guildball Saturday were source enjoyment to two good ences. Miss Phyllis Allan, a-clever young violinist, won a generous meed of applause, of
28 February 1921 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
HOLDING THE FORT.

HOLDING THE FORT.

SIR C. HANSON REPLIES TO CRITICISMS. RUMOURS DISPELLED. Sir Clia«. Hanson, M.P., speaking the annual meeting of the Divisional Council the South-East Cornwall Unionist. Association 1/iskea.nd on Saturday, denied suggestion that that was the occasion that he would meet his consti
28 February 1921 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
HENLEY ON THE LABEL MEANS QUALITY The Devonshire Cyder

HENLEY ON THE LABEL MEANS QUALITY The Devonshire Cyder

28 February 1921 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
to the commencement of the

to the commencement of the

Spring Season, wish to thank fash am) ever, person who visited us for their patron- age. confident their purchases gave them complete satisfac- CROSS CO. have, and w ,l> ail times, act up to the principle of fair and straight- forward method of conducting sales—giving no prefere
28 February 1921 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
WANTED. Furmahed Kcorns Part House, unfinnished.—f uli particulars. Box K. 496. 'Msil” OflicCj

WANTED. Furmahed Kcorns Part House, unfinnished.—f uli particulars. Box K. 496. 'Msil” OflicCj

28 February 1921 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
Experienced cook-Generai; good *»>•■* (housemaid kepti.—Miss Sooh. 94, Yorkroad.

Experienced cook-Generai; good *»>•■* (housemaid kepti.—Miss Sooh. 94, Yorkroad.

28 February 1921 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
WANTED. K(4>D<actab!c Uou*«keepcr {or Working -Irwin ; children.—Write. a«e and wa-jee. Boa F. 031. •'Mail" Office.

WANTED. K(4>D<actab!c Uou*«keepcr {or Working -Irwin ; children.—Write. a«e and wa-jee. Boa F. 031. •'Mail" Office.

28 February 1921 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
WANTED Boy or R'int. House and Shop, Hartlepool West.—Write Box V. 614, “Mail 11 Office.

WANTED Boy or R'int. House and Shop, Hartlepool West.—Write Box V. 614, “Mail 11 Office.

28 February 1921 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England