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TAUNTON TOWN COUNCIL.

TAUNTON TOWN COUNCIL.

QUARTERLY MEETING. THE MAYOR AND ALDERMAN POTTER. quarterly meeting the Taunton Town Council was held yesterday under the presidency the Mayor (Councillor James Standfast.) Some discussion took place with regard to the management of the Isolation Hospital, and the Council expres
11 February 1903 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
The openingof the Seenth Alfred Jolly, property owner ... j recently licensed victualler ,L' " at Chatham with unlawfully'Jß' char

The openingof the Seenth Alfred Jolly, property owner ... j recently licensed victualler ,L' " at Chatham with unlawfully'Jß' char

" cd sioner's certificate as security a ' - transpired that a pension?; „ r * , )an - borrower! £3 of defendant * nQed Stone ago, the c " pay 10s year for every Was fendant took posse, si-,,; , , ■ J ai,d fie " papers as security.- V 3 pension paid £21 for the loan of fix" had d
11 February 1903 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
„ COLLISION BRISTOL CHANGE DEATH OF AN ENGI^*" The steamer Watchful, Channel, heavily sank the steamship Arthur, ,jng- Newport Dublin,

„ COLLISION BRISTOL CHANGE DEATH OF AN ENGI^*" The steamer Watchful, Channel, heavily sank the steamship Arthur, ,jng- Newport Dublin,

yesterday » ItfJ The crew of the latter were the water, and four were p»W , t& landed at Barry in second engineer, 6* McCoy, wards succumbing. tf , The chief mate, Seymour, before assistance arrived. vaS - jj,. throughout the morning " otl, e ct**' Cll at Barry the remainder or
11 February 1903 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
GERMAN QUACKERY.

GERMAN QUACKERY.

AN EXTRAORDINARY w , j chemist named |, charged With having carried perli „ operations as quack doctor i suddenly disappeared. The rf „ -.-into the case have been P, „o*' 1 fl d -several days, and a issued for his arrest. »cc° Kronheim has been arrested f . Plice. t Nardenkotter
11 February 1903 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Orders have been given for i» be. made enlist Guards, whose , London, Windsor, ami Alder etfJ j The Pope

Orders have been given for i» be. made enlist Guards, whose , London, Windsor, ami Alder etfJ j The Pope

has just wn en aP , favourably commented ' is addressed . friends, to wlioo. it vice as the best means for y An emergency 9 character will held •* » Palace Hotel next Mm i„ discuss "the North Sea Squadron, naval base the ,
11 February 1903 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 

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money J with us. f & t.> * ait a "eat the T\l a blunder to V er »* did if e» r, Give u . » and it will cost v ««a?t * tr '*'- Apent N, 'Iro, ' atl will «rladlv Postcard, and •V* A » 18 d ay. Trees. o jJ,"rJ' , Stable,. 4.—See advt.
11 February 1903 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

DEVON AND SOMERSET STAGHOUNDS. Friday, Feb. ' Clourtsham ... 10 0 Saturday, Feb. 14 Cloutsha.m ... 10 Monday. Feb. 16 Winsford-hill. 10 0 Wednesday, Feb. 18 Alderman's Barrow 10 0 Friday. Feb. 20 Slowley 10 0 Saturday, Feb. 21 Alderman's Barrow 10 0 QUANTOCK STAGHOUNDS. Saturday
12 February 1903 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
UPPER TEIGN FISHING ASSOCIATION.

UPPER TEIGN FISHING ASSOCIATION.

UPPER FISHING ASSOCIATION. The Rev. R. Peek presided over small attendance of the members the Upper Teign Association at Chagford. The accounts, showing a balance hand Os lOd, were passed. Mr. Samuel Tarr wan re-appointed water bailiff, and Mr. C. G. Hayter-Hames was re-elected h
12 February 1903 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
MR. WALTER LONG AT BRISTOL.

MR. WALTER LONG AT BRISTOL.

Mr. Walter Long,, speakng at the House dinner at the Bristol Constitutional (lub last night, said the Venezuelan difficulty had been considerably exaggerated, and was now approiching solution. People might rest assured of continued friendly relations between this country and the
12 February 1903 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
CHILDREN BURNT TO DEATH. Two little girls, aged two and eight, daughters of Frederick Jose, of Trevadis, Constantine, Cornwall, were

CHILDREN BURNT TO DEATH. Two little girls, aged two and eight, daughters of Frederick Jose, of Trevadis, Constantine, Cornwall, were

burnt to death yesterday through an outbreak of fire at their home.
12 February 1903 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England