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Exeter Gazette Daily Telegram It is now nearly rive months since the ratepayers of Exeter resolved, at meeting in the

Exeter Gazette Daily Telegram It is now nearly rive months since the ratepayers of Exeter resolved, at meeting in the

Guildhall, to adopt the Free Libraries Act. By the end of twelve mouths some step will have to be taken to carry that resolution into effect, and people »re beginning to ask how the matter stands in relation to the splendid Memorial building in Queen-street. We learn that tlie
27 September 1869 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Daily Telegrams - Exeter, Devon, England
 
GENERAL NEWS.

GENERAL NEWS.

The Echo newspaper reneats a statement it made some time ago, that the Budget will contain a proposition for a temporary increase of the Income Tax. The Owl fays : Owing to the great pressure of Government Bills which are being brought forward, the County Finance Bill cannot int
11 March 1869 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Daily Telegrams - Exeter, Devon, England
 
SPORTS.

SPORTS.

The Earl op Portsmouth's Hounds will meet on Thursday, December 2nd, at Alswere ; and on Saturday, the 4th, at the Portsmouth Arms—each day 11. Lord Poltimores Hounds will meet on Friday, the 3rd, Grimstone Gate; and on Saturday, the 4th, at Laugdou—each day 11. The Hon. Kol
02 December 1869 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Daily Telegrams - Exeter, Devon, England
 
CROYDON RACES—YESTERDAY.

CROYDON RACES—YESTERDAY.

-do i Jii .i . Hurdle Handicap.—Sapling, 1; Lizzie Hexham, 2 : Chief, 3. 8 ran. Steeplechase postponed until to-morrow.
02 December 1869 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Daily Telegrams - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE GAZETTE, AND THE GAZETTE TELEGRAM, ARE NOW SUPPLIED TO SUBSCRIBERS FOB FOURPENCE a week. The Telegram is permanently enlarged

THE GAZETTE, AND THE GAZETTE TELEGRAM, ARE NOW SUPPLIED TO SUBSCRIBERS FOB FOURPENCE a week. The Telegram is permanently enlarged

to FOUR PAGES DAILY j and the Friday's issue of the Gaeette (which now forms one of the Daily Series, and is a Weekly and Daily Journal combined) contains Flight Pages, or 56 Columns of Printed Matter, forming the largest Paper Devonshire, Published Five o'Clock Every Morning. A
02 December 1869 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Daily Telegrams - Exeter, Devon, England
 

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BARNSTAPLE BREWERY. OCTOBER BREWINGS of these ales are now splendid condition, in Casks of 9 Gallons and wards, at prices

BARNSTAPLE BREWERY. OCTOBER BREWINGS of these ales are now splendid condition, in Casks of 9 Gallons and wards, at prices

from lOd. to 18d. per Gallon. Delivered Carriage Free. NEW MONTHLY magazine for family reading. ENGLISH HOMES, i or OUR OWN SAXON PERIODICAL. A Suggestive Family Journal. Illustrated. Price 3d. monthly. No. 1 for January, now ready, post free for stamps. GROOMBRIDGE and SONS, Pa
06 January 1869 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Daily Telegrams - Exeter, Devon, England
 
HIGH WATER AT EXMOUTH BAR. Wednesday, Jan. 6 ... 12.1b' a.m. 12.50 p.m. Thursday „ 7 ... 1.24 a.m. 1.59

HIGH WATER AT EXMOUTH BAR. Wednesday, Jan. 6 ... 12.1b' a.m. 12.50 p.m. Thursday „ 7 ... 1.24 a.m. 1.59

p.m. Turf, minutes later.
06 January 1869 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Daily Telegrams - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Exeter Gazette Daily Telegram SATURDAY, March 1874. are still left in the dark as to the exact posits .f affairs

Exeter Gazette Daily Telegram SATURDAY, March 1874. are still left in the dark as to the exact posits .f affairs

with the Ashantee Expedition. The st of the despatch sent Sir G. Wolselkt, from village near Coomassie, on the 2nd of February, has been anticipated the later telegram, dated three days afterwards, in which the General himself announced the fall of Coomassie. Nevertheless, it is
07 March 1874 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Daily Telegrams - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ST. THOMAS' BOARD OF GUARDIANS

ST. THOMAS' BOARD OF GUARDIANS

The usual weekly meeting of this Board - day at the Union Workhouse, 'he Hon and j g Courtenay presiding. The pauper report whs as . ft. Out-relief—this week, IDs. Cl ; .£221 ss. lOd corresponding week hist year, *- jgj, out door paupers, 2.470. 2.477, 2,650 ;'in-d° w .ljV t
07 March 1874 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Daily Telegrams - Exeter, Devon, England
 
EXETER COUNTY COURT OF BANKRUPTCY.

EXETER COUNTY COURT OF BANKRUPTCY.

Saturday.— Before Mr. Registrar Daw. A first meeting of creditors was held the County Court offices, Bedford Circus, in the matter of William MORTIMORE, of No. 3, Torbay Terrac u , Torquay, lodginghouse keeper. Mr. Toy appeared for the estate. The bankrupt owes to unsecured cr
20 June 1870 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Daily Telegrams - Exeter, Devon, England