Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 26,032 articles

GRAND EXETER CURE.

GRAND EXETER CURE.

Zam-Buk Heals Painful Leg UJcer. DEVON GIRL'S ECZEMA CURED Mrs. E. Pentecost, 13, Cleveland-street, St. Thomas, Exeter, writes:—"My left leg began to itch a great deal, and got very swollen and painful. My ankle and foot swelled too, and often I found I couldn't get my boots and
29 November 1910 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
FOOTBALL.

FOOTBALL.

SO*'" Devon h X The following team * J represent Devon in the at Bridgwater next Sat? F. J. P. G. Baker (Plymouth). fl ' W. Bavies o , t h). R. and J- D. Hollands (Albion), Lee (Albion), T. y (Albion), 11. Snell (Plymouth). G.
29 November 1910 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Peer Engaged to American Millonaire's Daughter

Peer Engaged to American Millonaire's Daughter

report comes from garment rd tb «»- the ] Mi. George Jay Gould, the iionair,- hanker and financie- m aZ?' needed %ih on he of his brother , his forty-fourth year jj last, is soldier and fine sportsman good Ifiss Gould's parents, it 9 . to consider the • January. !: a>* ....>:./.
29 November 1910 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
POACHING AFFRAY

POACHING AFFRAY

Culmstock Keeper Tells His Story ACCUSED COMMITTED After four formal remands, the Cullompton Bench yesterday heard the charge preferred against Albert Browning, machinist, of Culmstock, wounding James Beer, gamekeeper in the employ of Dr. Collier, of Culmstock, on the night of O
29 November 1910 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Address**. BREWERS' EXHIBITION, 1910. AXE VALE CIDER. THE CHAMPION CIDEK. ALSO TWO FIRST, AND THREE SECOND PRIZES, Ac. ROYAL SHOW,

Address**. BREWERS' EXHIBITION, 1910. AXE VALE CIDER. THE CHAMPION CIDEK. ALSO TWO FIRST, AND THREE SECOND PRIZES, Ac. ROYAL SHOW,

LIVERPOOL, 1910. RESERVED FOR CHALLENGE CUP, AND THREE FIRST, AND ONE THIRD PRIZE, &c. FOR PRICES: T. STON E, Axe Vale Cider Works, AXMINSTER. "OUR GEORGE" MEDALLION CAN BE HAD OR JJETAIL, AT HODGE'S, OPPOSITE THE MARKET, SOUTH MOLTON. Incandescent Gas Lighting. Incandescent Gas
29 November 1910 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Sold. \ BARGAlN.—Between Exeter and Barnstaple.—Owner, in occupation, desires SELL, through ill-health, a valuable CATTLE and SHEEP-REARING FARM, within easy

Sold. \ BARGAlN.—Between Exeter and Barnstaple.—Owner, in occupation, desires SELL, through ill-health, a valuable CATTLE and SHEEP-REARING FARM, within easy

reach of station, village, post and telegraph office, and extending to nearly 150 'acres of grateful and productive arable and pasture land, together with modern built j ifarmhouse, healthy position, approached ■by occupation road; excellent buildings, cottage, etc. Price only £
29 November 1910 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
BY POST TO FOREIGN STATIONS. ATTHEWS AND CiONB' • 1"L (LIMITED) Delicious £IHRISTMAS pLUM pUDDLNGS. FOREIGN STATIONS. INCLUDING POSTAGE. „„

BY POST TO FOREIGN STATIONS. ATTHEWS AND CiONB' • 1"L (LIMITED) Delicious £IHRISTMAS pLUM pUDDLNGS. FOREIGN STATIONS. INCLUDING POSTAGE. „„

21b, 31b.!41b.[61b 81b ADEN BARBADOS .."7"""* BURMAH I BERMUDA 1 BRITISH EAST AFRICA BRITISH HONDURAS ... CHINA, HONGKONG CYPRUS CANADA GIBRALTAR COAST COLONS ... j INDIA 3/- 5/- 6/- 8/- JAMAICA LAGOS, AFRICA I MALTA NEWFOUNDLAND ...«,._. NEW ZEALAND ~ | SOMALILAND'(BRmSH) STRAI
29 November 1910 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
NEWTON POLICE

NEWTON POLICE

Old Lady's Dilemma How Should She Get to London? The magistrates in attendance at Newton Petty Sessions yesterday were Mr. E. Vicary (in the chair), Col. Bradford, and Mr. A. J. Murrin. An elderly woman applied to the Bench lor assistance. I want," she said, "to back London, and
30 November 1910 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Exchequer Returns.

Exchequer Returns.

Exchequer returns, issued last night, for the period from April lst to November 26th, show that the receipts totalled £122,969,742, an increase £40.216,742 over the corresponding period the previous year. The expenditure during the same period was £103,556,617, an increase £4,10
30 November 1910 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England