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PLYMOUTH COAL HOLD-UP.

PLYMOUTH COAL HOLD-UP.

BURDEN TO FALL RATEPAYERS. The question of tho coal hold-up at Plymouth was raised Mr. Belifiha «n the House Commons yesterday. Mr. Uore-Belislia asked the President the Boaid Trade whether he aware that May 1 s.s. Monarch, which v.aa Ivingatfhe Corporation Wharf, Prince Keck, P
18 June 1926 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
SHOULD LEARNING BE PLAY?

SHOULD LEARNING BE PLAY?

LADY CYNTHIA THE "'WESTERN WEEKLY NEWS " Lady Cynthia A-quit h. who has made name as charming writer, contributes this week's issue of the " Western Weekly News and Mercury article in which she replies the question, "Should learning play?" The of parenthood begin* the nursery, a
18 June 1926 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
LIBERALS' NEED OF A POLICY.

LIBERALS' NEED OF A POLICY.

LIBERALS' NEED OF POLICY. FRIDAY, JUNE 18, If is anything more than the expression of a pious opinion, the resolution confidence n Lord Oxford passed . the National .liberal Federation to heartily -welcomed. far records appreciation of his high >ersonal character and great servic
18 June 1926 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.

FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.

LONDON, Thursday Night. Great Disappointment. Only yesterday officials were busy upon details the arrangements for the visit of the President of the French Republic, and before the day was out the Foreign Office seift the announcement that the visit was postponed. It is great di
18 June 1926 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
POLITICAL NOTES.

POLITICAL NOTES.

Russian interference with British industrial affairs continues to hold the attention of Parliament, and there is general satisfaction all parties at the prospect thrashing the matter out the debate arranged for next week. The Home Secretary in his statement yesterday was unable
18 June 1926 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF CANADA.

GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF CANADA.

Renter s Agency that Lord Wiltingdon the new Govennar-Gemeral Oaji.ad<a, wlio is now Cn«.na, aissume hih post Canada the middle September.
18 June 1926 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
ROYAL VISITS TO BATH.

ROYAL VISITS TO BATH.

-kits Bath is have two Royal In that month the Pri« ce °J ftte the visit the city to WeS extensions to tl' I munificent gift of Mr. TB- . I thropist. lZ Yesterday *as ber 1* Victoria will visit Bath v rk.» new V.M.C.A. Centre for Ronald Wills, member oi tobacco magnates. I Mr. W
18 June 1926 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
MISSING GIRL.

MISSING GIRL.

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18 June 1926 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
FRENCH CABINET FORMING.

FRENCH CABINET FORMING.

GREAT DIFFICULTIES M. BRIANU. PARIS, Thursday. M. Poincare, after having inteirviev\ with M. Raoul Peret, ex-Finante Minister, again called on M. Briand afternoon to give his reply M. Briand's invitation to accept the post of nance Mm iister. It stated that there will be only th
18 June 1926 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
CAT EXPERIMENTS.

CAT EXPERIMENTS.

VARIETIES WHICH DO WELL IN DEVON. Experiments in the growing of oats carried out at Alter the Devon County Agricultural Education Department were not so valuable as the barley experiments. The yields were disappointing, and the results are not considered reliable. They do. howev
21 February 1924 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England