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Letters to the Editor cannot be considered tinless accompanied by the name and address of the sender. A norn de

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plume may be used, though preference always is given to signed letters. Communications should be brief, and written on one side only of the paper, and the Editor reserves the right to curtail where necessary. charitable appeals are accepted for this column. Illustrations accompa
20 February 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
COUSIN OF GENERAL BULLER

COUSIN OF GENERAL BULLER

COUSIN GENERAL BULLER ESTATE OE MR. J. S. PIIILLPOTTS Mr. James Surtces Phillpotts, M.A., of The Ousels, Dudley-road, Tunbridge Wells, a former head master of Bedford Grammar School, who died on October 16, aged 91, son of Yen. W. J. Phillpotts, Archdeacon of Cornwall, and flrst
20 February 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WIDOW RUSHES FROM COURT

WIDOW RUSHES FROM COURT

' ST. PET ROCK v T INCIDENT Cc doCtor was ivin r,\ iuest at Newton fro a woman v ri(ls to the c ' ourt holding her *° ear:s - She was the Nor,r aged ounri H °ckwell Farm, who 5* s cas at top of c his home on Tuesfci 111 war, and tliere the heart he complained Whence ,h t' P cd t
20 February 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
FREEMASONS' FUNCTION

FREEMASONS' FUNCTION

edgcumbe DIES ' FESTIVAL -° the Earl of d la od of Freemasons, i^outh, at the Boyal O of the kind in the as d ge. A company of glided over by Mr. -» the toast of whose lir t, o the d with the utmost - of Mr. A. ?H Sir s th that Mr. C the first initiate to reach s and the members
20 February 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
DRAMA OF HIE SEA

DRAMA OF HIE SEA

STEAMER SUNK OFF LAND'S CREW REACH SHORE OWN BOATS OTHER SHIP PASSES DARKNESS Complete mystery surrounds the identity and whereabouts of steamer which, after having been in collision with a Greek steamer off Land's End on Wednesday night, disappeared, and has not been heard of s
20 February 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 

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LEE MOOR UNIONISTS

LEE MOOR UNIONISTS

VISIT OF PROSPECTIVE CANDIDATE Mr. Mark Patrick, prospective Conservative candidate for Tavistock, speaking at Lee Moor last night, said Free Trade v. Protection has been argued for 25 years at least, and as a result the question has got out of proportion. There is a general ten
20 February 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
THE TEN COMMANDMENTS

THE TEN COMMANDMENTS

BISJIOP OF EXETER & GROWING EVIL OF DIVORCE " While regretting the dethronement of the Ten Commandmeiuts," the Bishop of Exeter, writing in Exeter Diocesan Gazette," confesses, that the prominence at one time given to them was open to criticism. They were," he observes, inadequa
20 February 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
LOUD ASTOR'S BELIEF

LOUD ASTOR'S BELIEF

FOREIGN TRAVEL AS PEACE FACTOR ANNUAL MEETING OF CENTRAL Y-.M.CA. Belief in the value of foreign travel as a means of correcting the lack of understanding between nations was expressed Lord Astor, presiding last evening at the annual meeting of Plymouth Central V.M.C.A., of whic
20 February 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
PLYMOUTH AIR TRAGEDY

PLYMOUTH AIR TRAGEDY

QUESTION TO BE PUT IN COMMONS Capt. Balfour (Con., Isie of Thanet) has put down the following question on the Parliamentary Order Paper for next Wednesday : To ask the Under-Secretary of State for Air whether the recognized procedure whereby the instructor engaged on instruction
20 February 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
GOLF LINKS TRAGEDY

GOLF LINKS TRAGEDY

SUDDEN DEATH OF SO3IERSET FARMERS' UNION SECRETARY While playing a round of golf with friend yesterday afternoon on Taunton Municipal Golf Course. Mr. Miles H. Hember (Secretary, Somerset branch, National Farmers' Union) collapsed with a heart attack, and died within a few minut
20 February 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England