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DISTINGUISHED RECORD

DISTINGUISHED RECORD

FUNERAL OF PLYMOUTH NAVAL OFFICER The funeral of Lt.-Com. Albert E. R. Brock, of 6, Windsor-crescent, Plymouth, took place at Emmanuel Church, Plymouth, yesterday. Lt.-Com. Brock, wlio died Friday, had a distinguished service record, and received live decorations. He took part t
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WESLEYAN SYNODS

WESLEYAN SYNODS

METHODIST MERGER VOTING OPPOSED DECISIONS PENZANCE & \ Devonport and Plymouth District Synod the Wesleyan Methodist Church pastoral session .at Salcombe yesterday voted against putting into operation at once the enabling Act secured for the Methodist union the Wests voting was a
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
NATURE STORY

NATURE STORY

The sparrows have for the fourth year built the cavity over the drawing-room window; a nice, safe place, away from cats and other enemies. I watch them fly and out with material for their nest, and soon they will be bringing food for the youngsters. Last spring sad accident befe
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
MAY

MAY

Nature with lavish hand now spreads ihe feast, The crowning hridal banquet of the spring; The bride young May. whose beauty poets sing, And, fo! the bridegroom, glorious from the east, Who roue in splendour ere night's slumbers cease I. The bridesmaids are the morning stars, who
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT

OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT

LONDON, Tuesday Night. Mob Law in Spain. The news from Spain is disquieting, but nobody with any knowledge of history can And it particularly surprising. It was recognized on the morrow of the revolution that the danger to the new regime lay not on the Right, but on the Ueft. Th
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
NATURE JOTTING

NATURE JOTTING

May I?.—Morning and evening the little rabbits are to be seen nibbling at the grass edges of the fields, and, where it is quiet, you may watch them almost all day long. Now, in the'wet grass, the older rabbits skip in a most amusing manner so that their legs and undersides shall
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
KAIL DISPUTES

KAIL DISPUTES

PREMIER'S INVITATION TO UNION REPRESENTATIVES A letter was read from the Prime Minister the Railway Clerks' Conference Portsmouth yesterday inviting representatives of the railway unions to meet him on Tuesday next to discuss their addendum to the report of the National Wages Bo
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
AN OLD WIFE'S TALE?

AN OLD WIFE'S TALE?

LADY ASTOR SAYS SHE KNOWS ALL ABOUT MEN Lady As'or, M.P.. laying the foundation-stone of a block of flats at Stockwell, London, last night, said that there were 250.000 people London living under insanitary conditions. Yet some of the tinest characters in the world were found am
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
IMPORTED LABOUR

IMPORTED LABOUR

PLYMOUTH LETJER3 ON WAR OFFICE CONTRACTS connection with Plymouth War Department painting contracts negotiations have been proceeding between Mr. James Hennie, district organizer of the National Society of Painters, and Mr. T. Shaw, Minister of War. The correspondence has partic
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
A GARRISON BELEAGUERED

A GARRISON BELEAGUERED

GARRISON BELEAGUERED LIBERAL BACKS TO THE WALL LADY ACLAND'S SPEECH AT BUXTON (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) BUXTON, Tuesday. "We are members of a beleaguered, but courageous garrison resisting every temptation to surrender the citadel of Free Trade," declared Lady Acland, the ret
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England