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"STAND AGAINST TITHE JUSTIFIED "

"STAND AGAINST TITHE JUSTIFIED "

Protest Meeting Holsworthy Money Drifting from the Industry The tithe protest meeting at worthy on Wednesday night was * attended. „ ' Mr. J. Turner (Chairman of the Tithepayers' Association), who chief speaker, say^'the more he ** • into the question the more he vinced of the j
17 November 1933 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
They Say in WOMEN'S CIRCLES

They Say in WOMEN'S CIRCLES

THAT The best method of keeping needles from rusting is to run them into a piece of flanucl which has been moistened with machine oil. Store this in a small tin box, so that the oil will not ooze through into the workbag. •X -X- -* The Hon. Lady McCalmont, the age of 75, still h
17 November 1933 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
BIDEFORDIAN'S ACCIDENT IN LONDON.

BIDEFORDIAN'S ACCIDENT IN LONDON.

BIDEFORDIAN'S ACCIDENT LONDON. The news was received with great regret hon. treasurer of Bideford Town Mission, at Bidet'ord, Wednesday, of serious accident to prominent local tradesman, Mr. Robert Yeo, draper, of Manchester House, who was knocked down by an omnibus in Essex-road
17 November 1933 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
EIGHT YEARS' PENAL SERVITUDE

EIGHT YEARS' PENAL SERVITUDE

Barnstaple Shooting Tragedy. Manslaughter Verdict " A Bad Case " The Judge "YOU OWE THIS TO DRINK" Jury's * Merciful View' Frederick Archibald Pow, the 46-ycars-old Barnstaple labourer, who was charged with the murder ot John Edward Small, at Barnstaple, in July, was, on Friday
17 November 1933 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
LOW WAGE PROTEST

LOW WAGE PROTEST

Mayor of Barnstaple on Public Bodies' Example At Barnstaple Area Guardians Committee meeting on Friday the Finance Committee recommended that man, who had been acting temporarily as night attendant three guineas per week, be appointed on the permanent staff at £2 per week. Mr. R
17 November 1933 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
AXMINSTER WIFE'S APPLICATION DISMISSED.

AXMINSTER WIFE'S APPLICATION DISMISSED.

Axminster Sessions an application for separation order made by Rose Gertrude Mayne, Castle Hill, Axminster, against her husband, Percy George Mayne. mason's labourer, the ground of persistent cruelty, was dismissed for want of evidence. Applicant alleged that her husband gave he
17 November 1933 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
WINTER RELIEF SCHEME

WINTER RELIEF SCHEME

Mr. New Urges Need for Care at Tiverton Tiie need for strict investigation of the circumstances of every man given employment in the Winter Relief Schemes, in order that not one penny of the County Fund £10,000 should be wasted, was emphasised by Mr. H. H. G. New, Tuesday's meet
17 November 1933 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
STOODLEIGH GAMES TOURNAMENT.

STOODLEIGH GAMES TOURNAMENT.

A small party from Bampton visited Stcodleigh Village Club on Saturday evening, and took part a games tournament, including billiards, rings whist and cribbage. In billiards, Stoodleign won by 299 to 191, and the other games honours were about even. The billiards scores were: St
17 November 1933 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
DOES NOT LIKE TELEPHONES

DOES NOT LIKE TELEPHONES

Tiverton Official Says They are " Detestable Things The " telephone talk opened recently in Tiverton Rural Council, and at which criticism such installations was forthcoming from Mr H. H. G. New, was resumed at Tuesday's meeting of Tiverton Guardians Committer. It was decided ma
17 November 1933 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
BROTHERS COME TO BLOWS

BROTHERS COME TO BLOWS

Police Court Sequel at Hofl^jJ At Honiton Sessions, Wednesday, \_*& Tedbury, of Branscombe, did not i» answer" a summons for assaulting j-jj brother, Edward Tedbury, farmer, ol View, Branscombe. Complainant said at about 7 a - '^ e ld October 23rd, he saw defendant in » {i which
17 November 1933 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England