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GOVERNMENT'S SURPRISE MOVE.

GOVERNMENT'S SURPRISE MOVE.

OWNERS ASKED TO MEET MINERS. NEGOTIATIONS BE RESUMED SEQUEL TO LETTER FROM EXECUTIVE. There an unexpected development in the coal situation last night, when the Treasury issued an official communication stating that the Government, on receipt a letter from the executive of the M
4 September 1926 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
PEACE PUZZLE.

PEACE PUZZLE.

LABOUR LEADERS CONFER WITH MINERS' EXECUTIVE. The Miners' Executive met in London yesterday to consider what formula of proposals it should submit for the reopening of peace negotiations with the Government. During the morning session Mr. Ramsay Mac Donald and Messrs. Walsh and
4 September 1926 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
LOST THREE HUSBANDS.

LOST THREE HUSBANDS.

MOTHERS TRAGIC STORY. A widow told the coroner at a Dudley inquest that she had lost three husbands by falls. The first fell dead the street. The second fell downstairs. The third, William Wilkins, a boatman, of Morvillestrect, Birmingham, fell from a canal barge. s. Wilkins sai
4 September 1926 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
STERLING WEAKENS.

STERLING WEAKENS.

LOWEST INDEX SINCE GOLD STANDARD RESTORATION. Discussing the sterling rate. " The Statist " points out that the forewarning of the seasonal weakening in the sterling rate during the autumn months is clearly indicated their index numbers of the foreign exchange values the £. "The
4 September 1926 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
FOG HAVOC IN CHANNEL.

FOG HAVOC IN CHANNEL.

MANY SHIPPING CASUALTIES. STEAMER SUNK IN COLLISION. In dense fog a number of collisions have occurred in the Channel. According to wireless message* from the Japanese steamer Andes Maru that vessel collided an unknown steamer which is feared has foundered. A prolonged search th
4 September 1926 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WEST OF ENGLAND NEWS.

WEST OF ENGLAND NEWS.

Despite inclement weather garden party held at Yelverton by members of Holy Cross Catholic Church was well attended. J. H. Beckly, in connection with the interviews on Plymouth Carnival Week published recently, was inadvertently referred as the manager of Messrs. John Yeo and Co
4 September 1926 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
Knocked down by motor oar in Alexandraroad, Plymouth, last night, May Bailey, 9, of West Hoe-road, wa taken her home

Knocked down by motor oar in Alexandraroad, Plymouth, last night, May Bailey, 9, of West Hoe-road, wa taken her home

the St. John Ambulance suffering from and a cut forehead.
4 September 1926 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
BOWLS.

BOWLS.

TEAMS FOR INTER-LEAGUE MATCH. The/following teams have been for tbe match be played Plymouth Hoe September 11 between the Mid-Devon League and tho Plymouth and District League:— Mid-Devou.—W. H. (Bovey A. Own (Buckfastlcigh). E. J. Ford (Teignmouth), C Abbot); F. Turner •\hbot)
4 September 1926 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
UNFURNISHED HOUSES TO LET. DEVON (Exe Valley).-Ideal Old-world RESIDENCE, in prettily timbered grounds mile from station, and access (Exeter -

UNFURNISHED HOUSES TO LET. DEVON (Exe Valley).-Ideal Old-world RESIDENCE, in prettily timbered grounds mile from station, and access (Exeter -

fine hall, reception. 7 bed and drepsingj-oom* bath electric ligat, stabling, groom's room A-o ' pretty gardens, hard tennis court, rose garden and paddock; salmon and trout fishing and hunt the district. Rent £250 yearly for 1 or 2 years, from about end September. Sole Accnts ■
4 September 1926 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
AUCTIONS. Re Mrs. Amelia Cornish. Deceased. —South Devon, in the heart the Dartmoor Hunt country, in district noced for its

AUCTIONS. Re Mrs. Amelia Cornish. Deceased. —South Devon, in the heart the Dartmoor Hunt country, in district noced for its

sporting amenities beautiful scencv, mild and- equable climate. \ VILLI PEABSE i><\ SON bare celvad in-, Mictions from the Executors Mi- Amelia Cornish, D°.ce;s:d. SELL TIOX. on MONDAY. September 20tl>. 1925. Three p.m.. at the London Hotel, Ivybridge, subject to th- Law Society
4 September 1926 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England