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MONETARY NEWS.

MONETARY NEWS.

Consols Pay-day Thursday, Dec. 1. j Interest Settlement Date ... Wed., Nov. 16. Bank Rate Discount 5 p.c.—Nov. 3, 1921. 1 CHEERFUL AND FAIRLY ACTIVE MARKETS. (BY PRIVATE WIRE.) 47, Fieet-fct., London, >< «dnesday Evening. The Money Market.—More stringent conditions prevailed Lom
10 November 1921 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
FURNISHED HOUSES TO LET. AT Paignton, superior Detached VILLA, reception, bedrooms, bath, nice garden, * garage; sunny, sheltered position. £4

FURNISHED HOUSES TO LET. AT Paignton, superior Detached VILLA, reception, bedrooms, bath, nice garden, * garage; sunny, sheltered position. £4

4s. Three ft months or longer.—Wayoott, House Agent, ton. Licensed Premises Sale. I."*OR SALE. Freeho'd-. commodious and eub-1 LICENSED PREMISES, occupying a large frontage ,n the main street ft floit'risljiiw market town, with commod-ous and i>rcm'.*s, tram .which no-tin motor
10 November 1921 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
MENTAL WELFARE

MENTAL WELFARE

Appeal To Plymouth To Aid Subscription List Seconding the adoption of the report read by Mr. J. J. Judge, hon. secretary o f' Plymouth Voluntary Association for Mental Welfare, at annual meeting yesterday, Mr. • V Brown said that a large proportion of the income was provided oy
04 November 1942 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
TEMPLE MARK LODGE, No. 50. The Funeral our esteemed Wor. Bro. F. G. PAYNE, P.P.G.1.W.. will take place TOMORROW (Thursday).

TEMPLE MARK LODGE, No. 50. The Funeral our esteemed Wor. Bro. F. G. PAYNE, P.P.G.1.W.. will take place TOMORROW (Thursday).

Service at St. Augustine's Church at 2 p.m.; thence to Efford Cemetery. Carriages provided from the Church.—W. J. Gloyn, Secretary. ID YOU RESPOND to the eloquent APPEAL made by Mr. DONALD McCULLOUGH. Question Master of the 8.8.C. Brains Trust, on behalf of the Prince of Wales's
04 November 1942 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
Turn saying " What can't must be endured" comes us very forcibly in these restrictions and shortages, and well to

Turn saying " What can't must be endured" comes us very forcibly in these restrictions and shortages, and well to

accept its simple P So if and when your favourite IS fail to come your way, gi thought to what may be the Saving of shipping space, fuel, saving of man-power, transport, all play a part in the output and distribution & but they are factors which c sure all will readily appreciat
04 November 1942 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
MARK ROWE OF EXETER (Established 1834) HOME FURNISHERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS REMOVAL & STORAGE 9 o CONTRACTORS Night 'Phone 3145 ■

MARK ROWE OF EXETER (Established 1834) HOME FURNISHERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS REMOVAL & STORAGE 9 o CONTRACTORS Night 'Phone 3145 ■

LONGBROOK STREET, EXETER
04 November 1942 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
MAIL & SHIPPING NEWS

MAIL & SHIPPING NEWS

MARKET. Vaw'W *WW tn,f rates DP* i '°t''' ""I'-ia Saturday «ai.' - °" i%\. 0 ■ - Hako%H "Pai, u '>ov. fur * * , has**. refloated. V> fc Line - h to 'iler ' Agents. c'e ' Mi* 0 morning i ' , the Union-Castle Pwscngers for Las SS *'-*T ' N<,t »l. *-U»e, ' A number mails ' Agents:
02 February 1925 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
FORMER M.P. FOR DEVONPORT.

FORMER M.P. FOR DEVONPORT.

GIFTS TO SIR C* KINLOCH-t^OOKE. Presentations were made London on Saturday to Sir Clement Kinloch-Cooke, formerly M.P. for Devonport, and Lady Kinloch-Cooke, by Sir Clement's former constituents. The presentations—gbjd plate fruit dishes and a set of four gold {fate candlesticks
02 February 1925 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
MR. D. FOLLEY. DEATH OF PROMINENT PLYMPTONIAN. The announcement of ihe death yesterday of Mr. J. D. Folley, House, Piympton

MR. D. FOLLEY. DEATH OF PROMINENT PLYMPTONIAN. The announcement of ihe death yesterday of Mr. J. D. Folley, House, Piympton

Maurice, will be received with regret over a wide area. He was a prominent Freemason and took an active part in the public life of the parish. Mr. Folley, who was 70, was a member family whose associations with Piympton St. Maurice extend for considerably more than a hundred yea
02 February 1925 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WAR CLOUDS IN NEAR EAST.

WAR CLOUDS IN NEAR EAST.

WAR CLOUDS NEAR EAST. TURKEY EXPELS PATRIARCH. 1 GREEK NOTE TO ANGORA. MINISTER TO BE RECALLED. The peace of the Near East is again ominously threatened. A crisis has arisen between Greece and Turkey over the expulsion from Constantinople of the CEcumenical Patriarch, the head of
02 February 1925 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England