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THE EMPIRE STATE.

THE EMPIRE STATE.

U.S. TRAINING-SHIP'S VISIT PLYMOUTH 'Visiting her first port the course of a short cruise European waters, the Empire State, a training ship lent the United States Government to the New York State Mercantile Marine Academy, arrived in Plymouth Sound yesterday for visit that is l
08 July 1933 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
THE PICK OF THE PICTURES

THE PICK OF THE PICTURES

THE PICK THE PICTURES SOCIETY'S EXHIBITION OUTSTANDING WORKS IN OILS AND COLOURS SPECIALLY CONTRIBUTED. TO-DAY is the private view of pic* tures and crafts by members of tlie Newlyn Society of Artists at the Passmore Edwards Art Gallery. There are 103 pictures on view around the
08 July 1933 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
RASPBERRIES CHEAT

RASPBERRIES CHEAT

SUPPLIES PLENTIFUL THE WEST 'ihere is plentiful supply berries the Westcountry V with prices relatively low, 3d. * 6d. a lb. .»y Dairy produce prices remain the same, except that egg rlC risen some areas. Bread. Milk. Butter. ' 41b. qt. lb. , V » .. Skd. 1,-2-1/3 TiTerteu Bd. bd
08 July 1933 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. EMPTY PEWS ADVICE DEVON IRISH BISHOP Sir,—Coming to beautiful Devon after many years' residence abroad, some

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. EMPTY PEWS ADVICE DEVON IRISH BISHOP Sir,—Coming to beautiful Devon after many years' residence abroad, some

outstanding tilings strike one forcibly. lt is always wholesome experience sec oursel's ithers see us." j House-hunting gives one a fair, general view the countryside and its out■ standing features. Among others, and strong contrast to the vast" distances ' Which we have been ac
08 July 1933 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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08 July 1933 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 

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AUNT OF FAMOUS CRICKETER

AUNT OF FAMOUS CRICKETER

MISS PALAIRET'S ESTATE Miss Laura Katharine PaLairet, 18, Daniel-street, Bath, an aunt of the late Lionel Palairet. the famous cricketer, who died at Exmouth recently, died on March 30, aged 87, leaving £32,094, with net personalty £30,014. The will and codicils are proved Richa
08 July 1933 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
SIDMOUTH COUNCIL BILL

SIDMOUTH COUNCIL BILL

In the House of Commons yesterday the Lords' amendments the Sidmouth Urban Council Bill were considered and agreed to.
08 July 1933 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
UNDERCUTTING OF FARES

UNDERCUTTING OF FARES

COACH OPERATORS WARNED COMMISSIONERS EXETER to motor coach operators that they must conform to the agreed rate fares for the district was issued the Tiaffic Commissioners for the Western Area their sitting Exeter Guildhall yesterday. The Chairman (Mr. A. F. Nicholson) said a ver
08 July 1933 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
'ASSETS-FOURPENCE'

'ASSETS-FOURPENCE'

ESTIMATED POSITION OF EXETER BANKRUPT Assets estimated to produce only 4d. were disclosed the first meeting creditors at Exeter yesterday of Harry Plant, described as an auctioneer's canvasser, Bath-road, Exeter, and formerly of Hazeldene, Longdown. DeLtor was previously an esta
08 July 1933 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
HELPING HAND FOR UNEMPLOYED

HELPING HAND FOR UNEMPLOYED

ST. CHAD'S MISSION WORK DEVONPORT The problem of the proper use of the enforced leisure which the unemployed have to endure was considered a number of influential people associated with the western end of Plymouth at a meeting held at St. Chad's Hall yesterday. Already at this h
08 July 1933 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England