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WHITAKERS' ALMANACK.

WHITAKERS' ALMANACK.

MANY CHANGES 64th ANNUAL ISSUE The formation of the National Govern, ment and the subsequent General Election have brought about many change* the annual issue of YVhitaker," just published (3s. paper, 6s. cloth) order that may be available for transmission overseas before the en
5 December 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
ANGLING IN WESTERN WATERS

ANGLING IN WESTERN WATERS

LATE HUN OF PEAL IN SEVERAL RIVERS BY WESTCOUNTRY. The floods of November enabled both salmon and peal to run right up to the spawning places without any difficulty or delay. Somo may, indeed, have pushed too far up tiny tributaries which have been swollen to several times their
5 December 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE COASTAL NAMES PLEA FOR COLLECTION OF CORNISH TERMS Sir,—Mr. H. Dunn may be forgiven for wondering to what language

CORRESPONDENCE COASTAL NAMES PLEA FOR COLLECTION OF CORNISH TERMS Sir,—Mr. H. Dunn may be forgiven for wondering to what language

or people belong the names quoted by him, for most of them have become very disfigured. Yet I think that it would be quite safe to say that, with one or two English exceptions possibly, they are Cormsh. The first, Cock a-Luney," is pretty sure to be carrek alena," the far rock.
5 December 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WESTERN POLICE COURTS

WESTERN POLICE COURTS

CAMELFORD HOTEL AFTER HOURS For supplying intoxicating liquor during prohibited hours Charles Hedley Hoskin, ol the King's Arms Hotel, Camelford, was fined £8 at the local petty sessions yesterday. For consuming Fredk. Pearse and Edwin John Hawkey, also of Camelford, were mulcte
5 December 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WEIGHT-JUDGING AT DODBROOKE

WEIGHT-JUDGING AT DODBROOKE

WEIGHT-JUDGING DODBROOKE Weight-judging of a fat beast and sheep was held connection with Dodbrooke Christmas Market on Wednesday. The weight of the beast was 15cwt. 2qr. 71b., and those who judged correctly were Mrs. V. Baker (Stokeley Barton), Messrs. A. Hannaford (Island, Salc
5 December 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 

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INDEPENDENCE OF MODERN YOUTH

INDEPENDENCE OF MODERN YOUTH

INDEPENDENCE MODERN YOUTH BISHOP'S TO TORQUAY The Bishop of Crediton, who presented, the prizes and certificates won bypupils of Torquay Grammar School for Girls yesterday, in the course of address to the girls declared that did not believe it was the clever people w had done mos
5 December 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
GIPSY BAZAAR

GIPSY BAZAAR

SUCCESSFUL EFFORT BY BUDE WESLEYANS Stallholders attired as gipsies presented an attractive appearance at the gipsy bazaar, field in the Wesleyan Church Hall, Rude, on Thursday. Mr. S. Parsons, of Holsworthy, presided, and the opening ceremony was performed by Mrs. Fulford (liol
5 December 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
CHELSEA SINGERS AT PLYMOUTH

CHELSEA SINGERS AT PLYMOUTH

The Chelsea Singers, whose delightful entertainment has won the highest admiration in London and at all the great musical centres, will pay a return visit to Plymouth to-day and give their original programme of unaccompanied old English quintettes, quartettes, trios, duets, and
5 December 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
LAD'S PERSONAL TRIUMPH

LAD'S PERSONAL TRIUMPH

SUTTON SECONDARY SCHOOL PUPIL SPEECH-DAY REVEALS The remarkable progress that has been by Secondary which has only been reorganized jusi over years, was revealed in the bead master's report presemeu at tne annual prize-giving at the Plymouth Guildhan last evening. v,hile several
5 December 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England