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AUNT ROBBED

AUNT ROBBED

PLYMOUTH "WOMAN AND SPUR OF MOMENT Plymouth magistrates (Mr. C. H. - James and Alderman J. B. Love) yester, day placed Ellen Valentine Bickle (23), single, of Priory-road, Lower Compton, Plymouth, under the care Miss Whalley, probation officer, for 12 . months The charge against
07 August 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
GOODS TRAIN WRECKED

GOODS TRAIN WRECKED

PROMPTITUDE OF SOMERSET SIGNALMAN A serious smash occurred on the Great Western Railway line Between Bridg| water and Taunton, at Durston, shortly after one o'clock yesterday morning, ' involving a goods train bound for Penzance, but, fortunately, there was no personal injury. T
07 August 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
CHEAPER PLYMOUTH BREAD

CHEAPER PLYMOUTH BREAD

The price of bread in Plymouth will f be reduced oh Monday to 7d. per 41b.
07 August 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
CRIME IN INDIA.

CRIME IN INDIA.

As the time for the reassembling of the Round-Table Conference draws near public attention will necessarily diverted to some extent from the consideration European and domestic problems to those which await settlement India. The list of delegates published a few days ago .shows
07 August 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WEST OF ENGLAND NEWS

WEST OF ENGLAND NEWS

PLYMOUTH AND DISTRICT Mr. Leonard George Williams, aged 30, of Lanhydrock-road, Plymouth, was found lying on the six-foot way at th« Great Western Railway depot at Laira on Wednesday. Artificial respiration was applied, but on examination by doctor life was found to be extinct.
07 August 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 

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MONEY & EXCHANGES

MONEY & EXCHANGES

LOANABLE CREDIT GOOD SUPPLY The heavy fall the value of sterling Wednesday cost the Dank of England the loss'of another £2,100,000 of bar gold. Further improvement was seen Hie position of the £ sterling yesterday, which if maintained should effectually bar the door to further h
07 August 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
ERRAND BOYS

ERRAND BOYS

EXETER MAGISTRATE & CORNERTAKING A charge of riding a bicycle furiously at the junction of Spicer-road and Denmark-road Exeter, against Ronald Brewer, aged 18, of Bowhay-lane, was dismissed Exeter Police Court yesterday. The Chief Constable (Mr. F. T. Tarry) said a Mr. Smart, of
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
CUNARD SUMMER CRUISES

CUNARD SUMMER CRUISES

An interesting programme holiday bruises from this country during the summer has been arranged by the Cunard Line. Three delightful trips have been arranged for the months of July and August. The vessels engaged will world-cruising liners Franconia and Carinfhia. Specially desig
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WITHERIDGE SCHOOLS

WITHERIDGE SCHOOLS

A meeting held Church room, Witherldge, last evening of members of Devon County Education Committee and the managers of the Witheridge Church and Undenominational Schools agreed to recommend the building of new Council senior school in Witheridge. No decision was arrived at rega
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
Court Circular

Court Circular

WINDSOR CASTLE, Thursday"- $ The Duke of Gloucester has arrived , Castie. ST. JAMES'S PALACE. Thursd»f- Prince Wales presided at the meeting or the Royal Commission for l ", Exhibition of this afternoon. The O, lowing were present:—The Marquess Hartington. M.P., the Viscount Uil
05 April 1935 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England