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TO BE SOLD BY TENDER. FOR SALE TENDER, to Speculators, Cinema Proprietors, Bankers. Stores, and others, 139 and 140, HIGH

TO BE SOLD BY TENDER. FOR SALE TENDER, to Speculators, Cinema Proprietors, Bankers. Stores, and others, 139 and 140, HIGH

STREET, ILFRACOMBE, the finest site in the town. Area approximately 6quare yards, frontal feet. —Tenders to Clement, Pharmacist, Radstock. PROPERTSES FOR SALE. FOR SALE, vacant possession, FREE"' SMALL 27"acres, all grass; nice house rooms) and useful outbuildings.—Full particul
29 March 1921 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ADDRESSES. FOR SPRING CLEANING SPECIAL CASH PRICES. BEST HAIR BROOMS. HAIR and WISK Varnished Heads. BANNISTER BRUSHES. SPhCI AL t'RiCE.

ADDRESSES. FOR SPRING CLEANING SPECIAL CASH PRICES. BEST HAIR BROOMS. HAIR and WISK Varnished Heads. BANNISTER BRUSHES. SPhCI AL t'RiCE.

SPECIAL PRICE. each. each. Worth Worth Carpet Brooms, Carpet Sweepers, Vacuum Cleaners, Household Steps, Chamois, Polishes, Mops. &c. VACUUM CLEANERS ON HIRE. A i Furnishing Ironmongers Otton & Sons, 135 st LTD., 10 a.m. to p.m. the interest of our Clients we recommend an appoin
29 March 1921 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
A "Red" Utopia.

A "Red" Utopia.

A "Red " Utopia. WEDXESDAY, APRIL 6, 1921. Socialists who imagine that they are animated a new conception of society which is full a promise untested in this country, at least, would be amazed if they could behold vision of Robert Owen's communistic settlement called New Lanark a
06 April 1921 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Sessions, ] Rowland, of Ido, was, on th© ' 6 P.C. Phillips, fined 10s for without a red rear light

Sessions, ] Rowland, of Ido, was, on th© ' 6 P.C. Phillips, fined 10s for without a red rear light

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06 April 1921 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Notes of the Day.

Notes of the Day.

The Bishop of Exeter requests that prayer an early solution of the industrial question used throughout the Diocese. allows the clergy to use any prayer already authority, but recommends the Eitany of Labour published tho Rev. Percy Dearmer. The Archdeacon of Exeter will be leavi
06 April 1921 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
APPLES AND POTATOES.

APPLES AND POTATOES.

COUNTY COURT CLAIMS. Judgment for X2O 2s 4d, balance due on a sale of apples, was given against Messrs. R. H. Simmonds, Ltd., Nuneaton, in favour Elijah J. Nuth, of Ide, at Exeter County Court, yesterday. Mr. N. J. Lake appeared for tho plaintiff. Defendants did not appear It wa
06 April 1921 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
MESOPOTAMIA

MESOPOTAMIA

AND PERSIA. The closing meeting the Winter Session the Royal Albert Memorial College Field Club and Natural History Society, Exeter, was held the College, when Mr. A. 0. gave interesting lecture, entitled, Notes in Mesopotamia and Persia," illustrated by a large number of lanter
06 April 1921 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
V.A.O.

V.A.O.

RE-ORGANISING. MEMBERS VOICE A COMPLAINT. sure you not wish see the i Exeter Division the Red Cross Society drop out. In nearly all the other places to , Devonshire whore Red Cross work was car! ried on before the war, the work is going on exceedingly satisfactorily, and the Det
06 April 1921 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Devon

Devon

PAST AN® PRESENT. THE BISHOP'S PLEA. Bishop Easter, writing "Diocesan Gazette" for April, refers the ■ conditions now existing. says:—"The other day I had a depressing morning. • From every part of the county cam© ill news. Plymouth came a story of unemployment, with dark progno
06 April 1921 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
IIfracombe

IIfracombe

YOUNG LADY'S SAD END. Mr. G. W. F. Brown (North Devon Coroner) held inquest at 92, St. Brannock's-road, nfracombo, yesterday after, noon, on the body of Jane Gwendoline Onrde.ll, who was found the previous evening hanging by a strap from a hook in the kitchen. Mrs. Eliza Carolin
06 April 1921 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England