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ERRAND BOYS

ERRAND BOYS

EXETER MAGISTRATE & CORNERTAKING A charge of riding a bicycle furiously at the junction of Spicer-road and Denmark-road Exeter, against Ronald Brewer, aged 18, of Bowhay-lane, was dismissed Exeter Police Court yesterday. The Chief Constable (Mr. F. T. Tarry) said a Mr. Smart, of
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
CUNARD SUMMER CRUISES

CUNARD SUMMER CRUISES

An interesting programme holiday bruises from this country during the summer has been arranged by the Cunard Line. Three delightful trips have been arranged for the months of July and August. The vessels engaged will world-cruising liners Franconia and Carinfhia. Specially desig
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WITHERIDGE SCHOOLS

WITHERIDGE SCHOOLS

A meeting held Church room, Witherldge, last evening of members of Devon County Education Committee and the managers of the Witheridge Church and Undenominational Schools agreed to recommend the building of new Council senior school in Witheridge. No decision was arrived at rega
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
DEVON COUNTY CRICKET CLUB

DEVON COUNTY CRICKET CLUB

APPEAL FUND OVER £200 MARK BUT MONEY AND OTHER HELP STILL NEEDED The appeal which The Western Mor.ling News is conducting on behalf of the funds of the Devon County Cricket Club, whose activities are seriously hampered lack of money, has passed the mark. Another £100 is needed b
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
OPERATIC WEEK

OPERATIC WEEK

" THE ROSE OF PERSIA " BY MINEHEAD SOCIETY Operatic week at Minehead opened on Monday with the performance by the local society of their tenth production, The Rose of Persia." This is the most lavish attempt the society have made, and their performance was fully accord with the
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 

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CAR AND MARKET

CAR AND MARKET

PARKING AT SOUTH MOLTON ROAD When the adjourned case against Alfred James Jewell, described an insurance agent, of Queen-street, Exeter, for alleged obstruction of the highway near South Molton Road cattle market, by leaving a car the roadside there on March 25, came before Chul
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WELL-KNOWN SHOWMAN

WELL-KNOWN SHOWMAN

DEATH AT PLYMOUTH OF MR. GEORGE DEVEY Mr. George Devey, well known throughout the West of England as showman, lias died at Plymouth after a long illness. Mr. Devey, whose home was at Bedminster, Bristol, will buried Plymouth to-day after service St. Andrew's Church. Mr. Devey wa
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
NEW MASONIC HALL

NEW MASONIC HALL

SIR HENRY LOPES AT AXMINSTER DEDICATION In the presence of a large attendance of members from Devon, Somerset, and Dorset, the new Masonic hall of Virtue and Honour Lodge (No. 494) of Freemasons at Axminster was dedicated yesterday by the Prov. Grand Master of Devon, Sir Henry L
13 May 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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