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Barum Taxi Proprietor Fined

Barum Taxi Proprietor Fined

At Barnstaple Police Court yesterday, taxi proprietor, was charged, with, iiosauiting George Gill r>ept, ~4th. a I being served Court.-Gill whom Mr. fi. c. appeared* stated that returning home America, he raged take nun taxi J and -Nekton coining: I back Mr. Mug lord at barnstap
24 September 1920 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Bideford Rates

Bideford Rates

It was repor ted at Bideford Li baa Car noil yesterday that the general district rote for next half would against 'id in the £in the last half year. The poor ra' wao stated, would practically doubled. IT possible a field would rented or bought for
24 September 1920 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
DAUGHTER GREETS MA

DAUGHTER GREETS MA

Message from Connecticut to Devon THE TWO TORRINGTONS The ancient Borough of Great Torrington, North Devon, on Tuesday, received a niessago cordial greetings from the people of Torrington. Connecticut, U.S.A., conveyed to its Chief Magistrate through the medium Rev. J. Chauncey
24 September 1920 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Crediton United Methodist Church

Crediton United Methodist Church

thanksgiving services connection with were held on Monday and Monday, the special preacher being Rev. W. Packard (newly appointed minister). There wore largo congregations. The chapel bad been prettily decorated with corn, flowers and fruits, eto Mr. Rickard's eloquent sermons
24 September 1920 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
SAND AMONG GUANO

SAND AMONG GUANO

What Analysis Proved in Devon Samples the meeting igaton and Farmers' Union, Mr. F. V. Dutton (County Analyst) gave some details potato-growing in the County with immense varieties, the best results being obtained ram Majestic and Kerr's Pink, and from Epicures as earlies. He ad
24 September 1920 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Barnstaple Guardians

Barnstaple Guardians

Friday's meetin»r of Barnstaple Board of Guardians, the Chairman (Mr. W. T. Buckingham) reported on his attendance at the recent Conference of Assessment Committees at Exeter, and a lengthy discussion followed concerning the Tithe Relief Act and the rating and assessment of tith
24 September 1920 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
News of the West.

News of the West.

AXMINSTER Messrs. R. and C. Snell held an auction at Axminster Great Market yesterday. There wu a capital entry, and a brisk trade all sections Over 30 milch beasts were < for which the highest individual price reached was £65. There was a substantial increase iv the entries fat
24 September 1920 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Exeter as a Storing Place for Petrol

Exeter as a Storing Place for Petrol

order bo mark the opening of their depot in the Cowley-road" Exeter, the Marketing Company, Limited, gave a lanfth the Royal Clarence Hotel yesterday Afterwards the party were motored new depot, and the processes cleaning *°, filling the petrol cans, extinguishing fires, filling
24 September 1920 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE MARKETS

THE MARKETS

CORN FRIDAY. EXETER CORN.—Fair amount business transacted. English wheat offered in plentiful quantities; foreign fair supply. Foreign barley firm; English rather weak. Maize 2e to dearer the week. Foreign oats tirm; English steady week's prices. Flour Government prices. . BARNS
24 September 1920 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Mercantile Marine Wages

Mercantile Marine Wages

Thero is reason believe that the shipping ownerships have not seen their way to grant the increatred salaries and wages which were recently asked for on behalf the officers and men the Merchant Marine.
24 September 1920 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England