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DEATH OF MAJOR J. H. M. KIRKWOOO. News of death in London on Feb. 7th of Major John Hendley Morrison

DEATH OF MAJOR J. H. M. KIRKWOOO. News of death in London on Feb. 7th of Major John Hendley Morrison

Kirkwood, J.P., D.5.0., of Yeo Vale, Alwington, was received in the Bidei'ord district with much regret. The body was cremated on Tuesday Goldcrs Green, where the chief mounters attending the funeral service were the widow, Mr. Robert and Mr. John Kirkwood (sous). Miss Diana Kir
21 February 1924 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
WEST BUCKLAND EX-SERVICE MEN.

WEST BUCKLAND EX-SERVICE MEN.

OPENING OF A NEW HUT BY EARL FORTESCUE. The opening ceremony in connection with the new ex-Service Men's Hut at West Buckland was performed by Earl Forteecue. Mr. Stone, Chairman of the Committee in welcoming his Lordship, briefly explained the origin cf the erection of the Hut,
21 February 1924 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
INSTOW.

INSTOW.

In aid of St. Dunstan's Blind Institution, demonstration of mat and net-making was <?iven Mr. J. Gilbert, of Barnstaple (late 6th Deyons), who was blinded in the War. The chair was taken by Brigadier-General Kelham. Following the demonstration came a concert, arranged Mr. Arch J
21 February 1924 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
NATIONAL PROVINCIAL & UNION BANK OF ENGLAND LIMITED.

NATIONAL PROVINCIAL & UNION BANK OF ENGLAND LIMITED.

At extraordinary general meeting held at the head office of the Bank on Fndav the resolutions for changing the name to National Provincial Bank, Ltd., and altering the memorandum of Association, were duly confirmed, change of name will take effect forthwith, the Share Certificat
21 February 1924 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
CHAMBER MUSIC IN PLYMOUTH.

CHAMBER MUSIC IN PLYMOUTH.

CHAMBER MUSIC PLYMOUTH. FAMOUS VIOLINIST TOWN'S ENTERPRISE. That had "■•>■■» mean s bringing the true It.'iitv . chamber music to a greal public ' '' w I ignorance its existence opinion oi Mr. Spencer Dyke, the V known violinist, who gave a rrcit.il evening from the Plymouth sti'
04 September 1926 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
LAST NIGHT'S CABARET.

LAST NIGHT'S CABARET.

mouth Promenade thoso lze<l an institu- I>,}n, search a »'*•» btedly th-f ' function X obta the «?,li* an extension d , Vanta t L™ not slow to ast Ul f?ht arv,,;' ■ hundreds of the^. !f- t ed excellence ks - Payers, under Mr. Stanton \* until sn a < was in-1 llours this morn
04 September 1926 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
ELECTION CONTESTS.

ELECTION CONTESTS.

CONSERVATIVES' CHOICE MOUNT EDGCCMBE WARD A special meeting of members Mount Ward Conservative and Unionist Association was held on Thursday to adopt candidate for the coming Council election on November 1. A unanimous choice was made of Mr. George Westloke, the retiring council
04 September 1926 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
STEAMER EXCURSIONS.

STEAMER EXCURSIONS.

attractive of marine excursions has been arranged b-v the Plymouth Tier and gbltash Steamship Company for the week-end. The morning tnips to-day will the Eddystone, and the to view the battleships. the afternoon and evening the trips will Weir Head, and Mount Park. Tomt>rrow exc
04 September 1926 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
SAILING DUELS AT PLYMOUTH.

SAILING DUELS AT PLYMOUTH.

SAILING DUELS PLYMOUTH. FINE DISPLAY 12-METRE GLASS. DUKE'S CUP WON BY MAIDSTONE'S GIG. Under the flag of the Royal Southwestern Yacht Club there was again interesting race at Plymouth yesterday between the 12-metre boate and the eld rule boat Hera. The weather was fine for the a
04 September 1926 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
OCEAN TRAFFIC RIVALRY.

OCEAN TRAFFIC RIVALRY.

PLYMOUTH'S GREAT OPPORTUNITY. SUPPORT FOR MAYOR'S SCHEME. Will the Atlantic passenger liners of the future halt on Southampton water or Plymouth Sound ? Follow ing the announcement yesterday that determined effort, led by the Mayor of Plymouth, Mr. R. J. Mitchell, is being made
04 September 1926 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England