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AMERICAN MARKETS

AMERICAN MARKETS

Weakness Apparent In The Metal Group LATEST WALL STREET NEWS RECEIVED MIDNIGHT XEW YORK. Tuesday. Trading Wall Street was uarrow and desultory, with many operators keeping to the sideline* in view of the worsening outlook regarding the motor strike. The opening was barely steady
20 January 1937 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
"A Compliment To English Music"

"A Compliment To English Music"

NEW YORK POST Toscanini's Successor Arrives At Plymouth Mr. John Barbirolli, the English musical conductor, who has been chosen to succeed roscanini as the conductor of the New \ork Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, landed at Plymouth last evening from the United States liner Was
20 January 1937 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
OBITUARY Mr. W. Kitt, at Plymouth. ' Last tributes were paid ad- '- Kitt. 5, Stanley-tcrrao' Albert- % \ mouth,

OBITUARY Mr. W. Kitt, at Plymouth. ' Last tributes were paid ad- '- Kitt. 5, Stanley-tcrrao' Albert- % \ mouth,

yesterday Plymouth tery, following service at ' l-i' l ; H conducted by Rev. A. Lovegrove Mrs. Kitt. the widow, was trict nurse, and was well know" . mouth. , The immediate mourners were t-, jirf- d Mr. and Mrs. W. Kitt and Mr. * Kitt, sons and daughters-in-la^: ,„ tt gttu| Mrs.
20 January 1937 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
PUBLICITY EXPERT

PUBLICITY EXPERT

SHIPPING APPOINTMENT BY FRENCH LINE The new publicity manager of the French Line in New York is Mr. Edward P. Knight, who has succeeded Mr. Clay Morgan, who was well known Plymouth. Mr. Knight, who for the past seven years has been assistant to Mr. Morgan, a native of Brooklyn,
20 January 1937 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
MONEY & EXCHANGES

MONEY & EXCHANGES

qu i et conditions prevail throughout the London Money Market. l)a> to day business is in progress in money and the leading Foreign Exchanges, nut in no quarter the volume of business large; . rnight is still available with lenders outside the clearing at per cent, me banks cont
20 January 1937 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WESTCOUNTRY AND OTHER MARKETS

WESTCOUNTRY AND OTHER MARKETS

LONDON METALS. —TIN slow and easier. Officio, '■notations ton lower for cash and to 50s forward. Standard cash £229 15?. three months £230 £230 tOs: settlement 15*. 150 tons told; cash ss. three months ss. English ingots £229 ,ss. East sold £231 ton. c.i.f. COPPER weaker.-but de
20 January 1937 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
ITEMS FOR INVESTORS

ITEMS FOR INVESTORS

Carreras. Ltd.—lhe directors announce j that Mr. H. W. Danbury, while retaining h:s seat ou the Board, has relinquished the chairmanship, to •which Mr. Edward Baron has been unanimously elected. ii r . \y. ■ Codrington, Lieut.-CqL" Francii Humphry's, and Mr. Mark Patrick have be
20 January 1937 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
SERIOUS FLOODING IN THE WEST. FAMOUS CONDUCTOR AT PLYMOUTH.

SERIOUS FLOODING IN THE WEST. FAMOUS CONDUCTOR AT PLYMOUTH.

20 January 1937 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
ALIVINGTON SCHEME

ALIVINGTON SCHEME

1S i inquiry At S*C?*tidL H9alt IR xvas held «ion Rural Council w2? k xv Alvi »» ton - V - Mundy) said fact KinL, aa to an agree and Salcoinbe vi ,, a „ l'l)ly water ,he TO and hoped >«one,i° ;] 'tether. ed ,aat "Keen houses * °nnectecl with the, SSr rem ' andt he Inspector j!J«
20 January 1937 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
PLYMOUTH DEATH

PLYMOUTH DEATH

At \rr' Kowe Buried Mill »1 at Rowe, aged 70, hor ne, 85, Beaumont\Sr °' v? ' Friday, h XV ,° retired ly worked for a nor at Albert- i h officiated at the feiN n WestoJ * n ouse and at the ° MUI Cemetery. W>? hart i. oi'a {, \ ra Keith; Nell Ferraro; K J ; if •A. ■'• and Dorothy
20 January 1937 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England