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AMBULANCE STATION FUND

AMBULANCE STATION FUND

Over £4,177 Subscribed, As Much Again Wanted A handsome contribution of £!)-» from the Guildhall Working League has been received by Plymouth St. John Ambulance Station Lund special apartment at the new J. 11. Recklv Memorial station is being regarded as given the league. The pr
3 April 1935 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WESTERN WILLS

WESTERN WILLS

Salcombe Regis Bequests To Hospitals Maj.Gen Augustus Hunt, Indian Army, Bid Abbey \%J l Devon, who saw service China 186- hon. colonel of the 105 th Light Infantry since a J.P. for Devonshire, and Income and Land Commissioner for the county 1906, died oh January 9 last, aged le
3 April 1935 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
LOAD ACCIDENTS IN DEVON

LOAD ACCIDENTS IN DEVON

® , Pedes*;' P er scms (inhi r o were reported) • rson - not a pedes-1 in '.including one nij
3 April 1935 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
BIG HOUSING PUSH AT PLYMOUTH

BIG HOUSING PUSH AT PLYMOUTH

Sunshine Flats Scheme 402 DWELLINGS FOR 2,005 PEOPLE Drastic Development Proposed DRASTIC development scheme lo , deal with four densely-overcrowded areas, involving the building of dwellings or flats affording accommodation fo* 2,005 persons, is to be recommended the Plymouth H
3 April 1935 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
OVER £2,000 TO CHARITIES

OVER £2,000 TO CHARITIES

Guildhall League's Ten Years' Work 'GOODCOMPANIOiNS' OF THE PARTY ACHIEVEMENTS during the past ■ ten years, and last year in particular, were applauded at Plymouth yesterday, when cheques totalling were distributed to charities the Guildhall Working League. Year by year the leag
3 April 1935 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 

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"IMPROVING DAILY"

"IMPROVING DAILY"

Plymouth Comment On American Conditions •The Hon. Wm. C. Bullitt, United States Ambassador to Soviet Russia, who arrived at Plymouth yesterday in the Manhattan on his way back toil i s post, via Paris, declined to talk concerning international politics. "In America," he said, nd
3 April 1935 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
FORMER "MORNING NEWS" EMPLOYE DEAD

FORMER "MORNING NEWS" EMPLOYE DEAD

The death has cccurred of Mr. William Tripe, aged 82, of Amherst-road, Plymouth, who was compositor on the Western Morning News " tor many years until he retired on the occassion of its amalgamation with the Western Daily Mercury." lie was a maker-up The Western Morning News," a
3 April 1935 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
To-Day's Auction Sales

To-Day's Auction Sales

Callington—Cattle, Market. 12.30 p.m. R. Davey.) Poultry, &c, Bowling Green. p.m. (J. Kittow and Son.) Kingsbridge—Cattle, Dodbrookc Market. 10.30 a.m. (R. H. Luscombe and Sons.) Lamerton-Stock. Hurlditrh Farm. 2 p.m. (John Young.) Newton-Cattle. Market. 10.30 a.m. and Sawdye.)
3 April 1935 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
AIR ATTACK MENACE

AIR ATTACK MENACE

Peril Described At Plymouth CITY SUPPORT FOR LEAGUE Larger Membership Of Union CORNISHMAN, Mr. Arnold Forster, of Zennor, who has been secretary to Lord Cecil at Geneva, and is now a member of the Headquarters Executive Committee of the League of Nations Union, described the per
3 April 1935 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
OLD SUTTONIANS' PRESENTATION

OLD SUTTONIANS' PRESENTATION

The last meeting of the session of the Old Siittonians* Literary and Society at 8, Alexandra-road, Plymouth.'last night, was marked by presentation to Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Strachan. . The gift was an inscribed silver inkstand and was made to the recipients in appreciation of their
3 April 1935 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England