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AFFAIRS.

AFFAIRS.

Yesterday in the Chancery Division of High Court Justice, before Mr. Justice Pearson, Mr. Cozens Hardy, Q.C., instructed Messrs. Law, agents for Mr. Bundle, solicitor, Devonport, moved for receiver and manager the estate of Mr. Martin, late builder of Devonpotl. learned counsel
23 February 1884 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
VESSELS IN COLLISION AT FOWEY,

VESSELS IN COLLISION AT FOWEY,

The gale of Thursday felt very severely Fowey. Oo the previous evening the wind blew heavily from the S.S.W., and throughout the night it came with increasing force, amounting almost to a hurricane, until nearly one o'clock in the morning, when, after a heavy downpour rain and b
23 February 1884 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
„ IMPERIAL pa rliament-

„ IMPERIAL pa rliament-

IMPERIAL rliament- FROM OUR OWN REPORTER ANU PRESS ASSOCIATION.] HOUSE OF LORDS- Friday. • lorJsbips met quartor-pait four o’clock. THE FATE OF TOKAR. y.,l GRANVILLE to put before Houm two tekjram* received that d»y. The first was from General Baker, and was dated Soabim, Februar
23 February 1884 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
Snl* o( Miln I ,0 30 40 $o 60 jo «!o 100 iii I l :

Snl* o( Miln I ,0 30 40 $o 60 jo «!o 100 iii I l :

Snl* Miln I ,0 «!o 100 iii I l die Blijjlit commotion ba* been occasional by icccnt c«8 from Central Asia concerning tbe aubmUaion of •ertaio number of the elder* of Mere Husmn authorities. It to tbe effect ibat the chief, have tendered their formal submission tbe C-iar. aud they
23 February 1884 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY OF DEVON

PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY OF DEVON

TIVERTON RETURNS PRIME MINISTER LORD PALMERSTON'S REPLY TO SLANDER PUGNACIOUS LOCAL BUTCHER FINDS AN OPPONENT (By W. T. L.) ARTICLE XXII. In 1846 Lord Palmerston was re-elected when, on Lord John Russell becoming Friine Minister, ne joined Government again as Foreign Secretary.
21 October 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
SOCIALISTS AND DEMOCRACY

SOCIALISTS AND DEMOCRACY

CHURCHILL'S SCORN LIBERAL " POINTER " AT PLYMOUTH MEETING Five members of the Executive Committee of Drake Division Liberal Association were on the platform of the meeting in Plymouth Guildhall addressed last night Mr. Winston Churchill in support of Capt. F. E. Guest, the Natio
21 October 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
FISH

FISH

So startled seemed they, suddenly to be Hauled in that morning from the sun-glossed sea, To that strange place where fins did not avail Useless each gasping gill and fluttering tail, That I was moved to wonder, as I stayed And watched the struggle each bright body made. If I wou
21 October 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT

OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT

LONDON, Tuesday Night. The League and Japan. The latest messages suggest that matters are rather easier the Far East, but would he rash to jump to conclusions. It is impossible to feel'that the League of Nations has handled Japan very tactfully this matter. From the beginning an
21 October 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
LANDSLIDE DEATHS

LANDSLIDE DEATHS

KILLED ON INDIAN HILL ROAD VIZ AG AP AM, Tuesday. Thirty people were killed instantaneously to-day in landslide which occurred on a hill road near Jevpore. This is the latest toll of the heavy rains which have been ravaging this district and the surrounding region.; Communicatio
21 October 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
LIONESS TAKES A WALK

LIONESS TAKES A WALK

FACTORY GIRLS WHO "WERE STAMPEDED Zenta, magnificent seven-years-old lioness, escaped from its cage at Earl Shjlton, Hinckley, yesterday while being transported from Leicester to Smethwick. The bad road caused the door of flic cage to spring open, and the lioness quietly walked
21 October 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England