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PLYMOUTH AND DISTRICT STOCK AND SHARE LIST

PLYMOUTH AND DISTRICT STOCK AND SHARE LIST

' Norn. lAmt.l „. Dird Value Paid Btock _ 2Y, Exeter Corporation poj 3 do do Corp. ....| S8 ?0 do dc do. ....! do. 1W fto do. (Devonport) PC: 75 77 Torquay Com. j 84 25 Sutton Harbour 6 3 10 do Devon Gas Assoc. Ltd in 10 do do. 7lv.pcCum.Prof W 10 Exeter Ord. shares ..i 8 Steak
11 August 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
CATTLE MARKETS.

CATTLE MARKETS.

LONDON .—Hereford* 6s, exceptional quality 6s 2d. Sheep Wethers 7s to 7s Bd, ewes 4s to 4s 6d, lambs 8e 4d to per 81b, sink the offal. BIRKENHEAD.—Trade slow for cattle. Best Irish heifers Bid per lh, bullocks B*d. secondaries 7id to 7jd, cows aid bulls 4}d to 6d, Canadian to Bi
11 August 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
SWIMMING

SWIMMING

| °UDAY SEASON bangers V ?rwirt E(i,NALD - COLWILL, »»°J Amateur Swimming al's.a, Hon - Secretary, Western 161,011 * drowning cases around I!? koli- sr tile €XCUSe want for I *• Partly *! 3 week t0 some warn- addressed to visitors Kb* * someone on holiday Nil or Cornwall, and ve
11 August 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
TEIGNMOUTH TENNIS TOURNAMENT

TEIGNMOUTH TENNIS TOURNAMENT

PROMINENT PLAYERS AMONG COMPETITORS Exponents of tennis of a rather better class than usual are engaged in the 37th annual open tournament of the Teignmouth Club, which opened yesterday on the Lower Bitton courts. Amongst the competitors are A. L. Delia Porta, G. L. (Army), R. P
11 August 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WESTCOUNTRY WILLS

WESTCOUNTRY WILLS

BEQUESTS OF SIR BASIL PETO'S SISTER Miss Emily Lydia Peto, of Wayford Manor, Crewkerne, who died on June 18, second daughter of the late Sir Morton Peto, Bart., M.P, for Bristol, left property of the gross value of £13,887, with net personalty £13,709. Probate of her will has be
11 August 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
SEATON WEATHER

SEATON WEATHER

The past week can only be described as fair. Rain has been very prevalent, the total for the period being about li inches. No great periods of sunshine bave been experienced, but the total comes to 31 hours. Two thunderstorms passed over, but neither were of great length or inte
11 August 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
ONE STALL-MANY PRODUCERS

ONE STALL-MANY PRODUCERS

WHY NOT CO-OPERATION IN WAYSIDE SHOPPING? The approval given to wayside shopping at StokecLimsland Show indicates that the project and all the benefits likely to be derived from are daily gaining more attention. Although the season is now advanced indications are not lacking tha
11 August 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
PILCHARD FISHERY

PILCHARD FISHERY

LOW PRICES REALIZED FOR COKNISH CATCHES Although weather conditions proved an adverse factor in the Western drift pilchard fishery on most nights last week, the main fleets put to sea on four occasions, the larger motor boats shooting their trains on comparatively deep grounds,
11 August 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
THE GREYHOUNDS

THE GREYHOUNDS

PLYMOUTH STADIUM Standy the Loafer was an easy winner at the Plymouth Stadium last night in 31.755ec. Results:— 8 25 >'ards)-l, Honey Rock (trap 2) wli \' J&°* (3-D. Also ran: McHugh Himself (2-1), Golden Oak 11. (3-1), Dromod Pride (5-2). 32.705ec. Head. 1, Wet Foot ' (trap (5-
11 August 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
FOLKESTONE RETURNS

FOLKESTONE RETURNS

2.O—MAIDEN TWO-YEAR-OLD (S.) PLATE. ) 2 ' ARMOUR C (Packham) Also ran: (Rook). Grimaldi (H. Coldbound (Hollick), Sailor'? Lassie (C. Richards). Chaucer's Choice (Herbert). Dolly g (LaneL Caricature g (Sirett). Cloche dOr (Fox). i' , ed Jar vis -. Betting: 3 to 1 apt Dolly f. to!
11 August 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England