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INFORMATION FOR CRED???

INFORMATION FOR CRED???

I/mo .in* 1 ' ♦ p_ (From we j( <•<■• ~_ V' First meetings and r_«i James Mac Wick, L*i. l ' u butanes*, at Sutto»-r" rll „i'» .. metal merchant, ~, meeting Autrui* 11. f tii. rt. Vft I>?ironiport; publio All f Western Cmtri9, * Read, Argaum-villas. .tot lane, Plymouth, rUJt ' '
04 August 1927 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
COSTS IN ADVANCE

COSTS IN ADVANCE

COSTS ADVANCE JUDGE CONDEMNS SOLICITORS' HABIT." Referring to a solicitor's letter, produced in cvid' ace a case at Axminster County Court yesterday, Judge Lindley said solicitor 1 right to ask for his charges from defendant where he simply asked for payment sum of money. He was
04 August 1927 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
HOLIDAY AND CIDER.

HOLIDAY AND CIDER.

NEWTON WORKHOUSE INMATE'S CELEBRATION AND SEQUEL William Farmer, inmate of the Newton Abbot Workhouse, and native Torquay, was found in a cabbage patch in the grounds of the Workhouse Tuesday evening etate of dmnkenne-s and with two bctitles of cider in his pockets. He had used
04 August 1927 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
DAY-OLD BRIDE HURT.

DAY-OLD BRIDE HURT.

THROWN THROUGH WINDSCREEN OF MOTOR CAR head™ collision between two motor cars at Kibworth, Leicestershire, theear £ hours of morning resulted three women, members of a bridal party from London. . Mf. Edward Charles Malme, Church-sireet, West Ham, who was married on Tuesday wa dr
04 August 1927 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
THE YOUNG WORKER'S LOT

THE YOUNG WORKER'S LOT

LIBERAL'S ALLEGATIONS WIDELY DENIED " This kind of thing does not exist all, so far as I know. We hear too much nowadays of people trying to protect other people. Let them protect themselves —that roy advice." This was the comment of Mr. Gordon Selfridge to a Press representativ
04 August 1927 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
TO VIS trav"%v th t e y SPO FLEET DAILY ADVERTISEMENTS FOE PROGRAMME. Tel. 1035. •

TO VIS trav"%v th t e y SPO FLEET DAILY ADVERTISEMENTS FOE PROGRAMME. Tel. 1035. •

04 August 1927 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WIN FOR M.C.C.

WIN FOR M.C.C.

FINE BOWLING BY HOWELL. TASMANIA'S FATE. Hobart, Monday.—The return match between the M.C.C. team and Tasmania ended here to-day in a victory for the Englishmen by an innings and 136 runs. Some such result was plainly in view at the close of play on Saturday, when the home side,
03 February 1925 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
TRADE UNIONS AND POLITICS.

TRADE UNIONS AND POLITICS.

Among the resolutions adopted by the National Convention of Liberals last week was one condemning the levy for political purposes made by trade unions their members. It came up the form of an amendment to one the clauses the Declaration Liberal Principles and Aims, put forward b
03 February 1925 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
CASE OF CAPTAIN ARTHUR.

CASE OF CAPTAIN ARTHUR.

In the Dublin Courts yesterday application was made to appoint receiver in the case J. B. John stone, Ltd., v. Capt. C. W. A. Arthur, late A.D.C. to Sir Ha-ri ,gh. Plaintiffs, who carry the business military tailors in London and Dublin, issued execution against the defendant ju
03 February 1925 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
STRIKE SETTLED.

STRIKE SETTLED.

OFFICE OF WORKS EMPLOYES TO RESUME DUTY. Following a conference at the Office of Works yesterday, the trade union representatives reported last evening mass meeting men on strike at Government offices and buildings London, and the strikers decided to resume work forthwith. fi de
03 February 1925 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England