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PERSONAL. BEATRICE CHASE, Widecombe-in-the-Moor, home daily, except Sundays, 1-30 to 3 p.m. |{OVAL HOTEL, PLYMOUTH. LUNCHEON 2/6 DINNERS 3/6-5/- GRILL

PERSONAL. BEATRICE CHASE, Widecombe-in-the-Moor, home daily, except Sundays, 1-30 to 3 p.m. |{OVAL HOTEL, PLYMOUTH. LUNCHEON 2/6 DINNERS 3/6-5/- GRILL

ROOM LA CARTE. ORCHESTRA DURING LUNCHEON. TEA, DINNER CtPORTS WEAR. THERE IS QUICKER CLEANING SERVICE THAN MORTIMERS. TEL.: PLY. 189. TJUW DRESS WELL on 10s. or per month. Open a Credit Account with SMARTWEAR, LTD. No deposit; no reference* required. No extra charge for outsizes
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
118 Situations Vacant are advertised in this issue.

118 Situations Vacant are advertised in this issue.

13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
SITUATIONS VACANT. WANTED, in June for country, COOKGENERAL and HOUSE-PARLOURMAID; good references required; friends preferred. Apply Mrs. Simmons Hodge, Belmont,

SITUATIONS VACANT. WANTED, in June for country, COOKGENERAL and HOUSE-PARLOURMAID; good references required; friends preferred. Apply Mrs. Simmons Hodge, Belmont,

Devoran. wanted; house-par lour- maid kept; Hoe district; family two.— Writr 42, Morning News. Plymouth. GOOD COOK-GENERAL and HOUSE-PARLOURMAID; must have good references.—Miss Massey, 6, Esplanade, Plymouth. COOK - GENERAL wanted, immediately j over 25 preferred.—Write full pa
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
SITUATIONS VACANT. ROYAL Cornwall Infirmary. Truro DINING-ROOM MAID wanted, must well recommended, and have knowledge of waiting at table; wages

SITUATIONS VACANT. ROYAL Cornwall Infirmary. Truro DINING-ROOM MAID wanted, must well recommended, and have knowledge of waiting at table; wages

according to experience.—Apply to the Matron, giving names fo>- reference. Girls wanted, as O experience not essential: give names lor reference.—Apply Th-j Matron, Royal Cornwall Infirmary, Truro. KITCIIENMAID. some experience, used to sauces and vegetables; early riser; usual
05 April 1935 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
" couraw desire Find prize is not th« courage die but to live manluliy.' —Carlyl^

" couraw desire Find prize is not th« courage die but to live manluliy.' —Carlyl^

05 April 1935 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
PARISH HALL

PARISH HALL

POUGHILL RESIDENTS ADOPT £1,600 SCHEME Electors of the parish Poughiil, near Bude, at a meeting on Wednesday, adopted a scheme for the erection of a parish hall at an estimated cost of £1,600. .Rev. S. W. Drewer (vicar), who presided, referred to the arduous task of the committe
27 March 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
LEGION RALLY AT TORQUAY

LEGION RALLY AT TORQUAY

LEGION RALLY TORQUAY Cranches and sections the Legion Devon will rally at Torquay on Saturday, July i, especially to celebrate the tenth birthday of the organization. The inspecting officer will Lord Foitescue, president of the County Committee, and the remembrance service at the
27 March 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
Letters to the Editor cannot considered unless accompanied the name and address of the sender. norn de plume may used,

Letters to the Editor cannot considered unless accompanied the name and address of the sender. norn de plume may used,

though preference always is given to signed letters. Communications should be brief, and written on one side only of the paper, and the Editor reserves the right to curtail where necessary. No charitable appeals are accepted for this column. SUMMER THUNDERSTORMS Sir,—-It is prop
27 March 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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27 March 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
CIDER NOTES

CIDER NOTES

NOT MOKE ENGLISH APPLES? Abom ° ü es W6ek since an article— e ins P ir ed—appeared in the Chiefly Empire grown apples, erring regardin their value from said . vie wpoint. Nothing can *hiit s st the import of Empire * P in eapples, nectarines, ke re ' " ey cannot be produced rt .
27 March 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England