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Agreement Reached THE ALLIES. to Accent BY THE TWELFTH. The Allies have agreed that Germany shall pay £6,750,000,000, this being the £6,600,000,000 already fixed, plus the debt due Belgium. Acceptance must received by to-morrow week, military and naval measures will taken. The t
04 May 1921 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Ho Peace

Ho Peace

M©YE BY MINERS. WILL FIGHT DRAG There was every indication yesterday that the miners were looking forward prolonged struggle, and in South Wales the impression said to that the owners do not want a settlement until winter brings revival trade. Mr. G. Barker, a South Wales miners
04 May 1921 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
FOOT-AND-MOUTH.

FOOT-AND-MOUTH.

The existence foot-and-mouth disease among animals at near Hudderafield, amfirmed yesterday.
04 May 1921 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.

WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.

BIRTHDAY PARTY. Th* members the Exmouth Women"* Institute Centre yesterday celebrated the birthday their organisation with au enjoyable party their Titite-si Lady Clinton (President presided over a large company., and the members the possession (lie right, spirit and comradeship
04 May 1921 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
RACIAL

RACIAL

Riots at Jaffa. Jewish Communists As Trouble Makers. Forty Killed. The Secretary for the .Colonies has received telegram*- fro« the Jaffa. Sunday a labour in the Jewish suburb was disturbed a group Jewish Communists, who we driven back into the mixed Moslem-Jewish quarter f the
04 May 1921 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 

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AUCTIONS THIS DAY.

AUCTIONS THIS DAY.

Mr: Stanley Heath—Furniture, Cottage. advt. Messrs. and Co.—Antique Furniture, Patihe Cottage, Whimple, 12, —See advt. Messrs. Wil«on, Son, and —Furni- Fuidgv," advt. Messrs. Magdalen-road: County Mart, Ganxly-street, Exeter, 4. See advt.
04 May 1921 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

OTTER HOUNDS. (Weather and circumstances permitting.) May 7 Landcross (near Bideford) 930 cap " will be taken from all noneubscrjbers. . . CULMSTOCK OTTER HOUNDS. (Weather and water permitting.) Thurs., May 5 ...Hemyock 10 30 frat. May Axminster 10 9 Carnarvon Arms 10 30 \ Thurs
04 May 1921 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
"Don't Pay Rent."

"Don't Pay Rent."

COMPANY SUED BY BROADCLYST WOMAN. Yesterday, Exeter County Court, Elizabeth Ann Berry, Broadclysrt, brought en action against the National Alliance House Comipany, Ltd., 115, Chancerylane, London, for the return .£33, paid to the Company, or ager.r, on consideration that had fai
04 May 1921 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
At Axminster Sessions, yesterday, James Harris, labourer, Membury. appeared to answer a summons for using obscene language Maroh 22nd. There

At Axminster Sessions, yesterday, James Harris, labourer, Membury. appeared to answer a summons for using obscene language Maroh 22nd. There

being mistake on the summons as regarded the date the alleged offence the case was dismissed. For leaving an unlighted motor cycle and sidecar, in ihe Market-place. Axminster, Donald P. Baker, tanner, of Colyton, tried ss. P.C. Miller proved the case.
04 May 1921 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Devon

Devon

POLICE MEMORIAL UXVEILED AT EXETER, In prominent position on the wall im- mediately inside the main entrance the Constabulary Headquarters, New North-road. Exeter, there has been placed brass tablet in memory the 11 members the Force who, made the great sacrifioe during the War
04 May 1921 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England