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Mrs Pasthent Sells Her Llcesse. Mrs Pankhurst and Miss Annie. Kenney, both spoke at a meeting of tho Women's S,.cial

Mrs Pasthent Sells Her Llcesse. Mrs Pankhurst and Miss Annie. Kenney, both spoke at a meeting of tho Women's S,.cial

and Political Union at the London Pavilion on Monday : Mad Kenney went to tho meeting disguised, but when the Nice became imam of her presence the guard was doubled, gad Miss Kenney was re-arrested as oho /aft the building. Wild scents took place as the audience emerged. Mm Pank
30 July 1913 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
• Prams, flJatlcarts, ac.

• Prams, flJatlcarts, ac.

PREPAID WORDS. VV MM. dQ IA 8111 ra—Apwly, Prosy. raSALE boatAluped rood --Apply nieenln g e 6. View 811
30 July 1913 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
A DEVONPOST ASSAULT.

A DEVONPOST ASSAULT.

At Davenport 43-day Maggie Leeds and Phoebe kingbird, both of whom reside at MI, Pembrokestreet, were summated Bemis Wills. at 42, Perthrokeetreet, Os 23rd July. stated that Mr.. Levi. held her down la the Passage while her daughter (Mrs. Longbard) otrnek her In the chest. Ennii
30 July 1913 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
!Nimrod.

!Nimrod.

The "neves" ear The Rev. Sir Outrun, Bart late viral' or St. Peke.. Ipiretieh, night serious injuries white Isabyettle Rill, sear Sir Janus kat control of hie end nee thrown violently to the ground. PLYMOUTH TAXICAB ACCIDENT.
30 July 1913 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
SPECIAVEI

SPECIAVEI

30 July 1913 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
FATAL REVOLVER TRICK YOUNG MAN SHOT DEAD.

FATAL REVOLVER TRICK YOUNG MAN SHOT DEAD.

William Thomas Harrod, u moth. awe sad cycle maker. of Plaistow, on Saturday shooed doom friends ha collection of old dreams model uteri* be bed constructed. He put • in the chamber of wag would aloe them . trick. He polled the trigger, there wee a lead report, end be fell dead
30 July 1913 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
A WATER COIifLAINT.

A WATER COIifLAINT.

With retrieve Of the water, a reply reed from the Chairman of the Water ICanunittee who also the Mayor (Alderman ' Blarka/1), to the effect thet whenever possible edam' was gime before the water was Unwed off. '-On the oomaion of complaint by the Ratepayers' Amociation the water
30 July 1913 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
BUY YOUR. RING SAMUEL EDGGUMBL IT TOO CANNOT CALL AT HIS ESTABLISHIORNI. MTN POI HIS NEW ILLPSTR *TYR PRISM IT

BUY YOUR. RING SAMUEL EDGGUMBL IT TOO CANNOT CALL AT HIS ESTABLISHIORNI. MTN POI HIS NEW ILLPSTR *TYR PRISM IT

A THOTISAND ILLORTRATIOSS MST FREE TO ANY PART OF THE !on PEWS SHOULD PURCHASE A WATCH. BLOCS. JEWELLERY. OR PLATE THIS PRICE LIST ONH HALF ISSAYED BY SO. A SINGLE ARTICLE AT WHOLESALE PRICE. No Low-Close Goods Stocked ; they are dear at soy price. ALL GOLD AND SILVER GOODS GOVE
30 July 1913 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
MEDICAL.

MEDICAL.

30 July 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
TUESDAY.

TUESDAY.

Before the Mayor (Councillor W. J. Hay hurst (in the chair), Dr. Dunn, and Alderman W. E. Ord. A DESERTER. Arthur Butler (28), a deserter from the Liverpool Regiment, was staled by P.S. Winrow to have given himself up at the Police Station the previous night. He was handed over
30 July 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England