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The Exeter Committee have 110 alteration in tlie pre■ ls_ n t for workmen' 6 cars. in, who conducts the

The Exeter Committee have 110 alteration in tlie pre■ ls_ n t for workmen' 6 cars. in, who conducts the

a n* n annexion with the >, ' V'pel, has been presented i*rdi°ierey Exeter has been 11 leave England till 11( W)?. W U ' beyond the reach! . ruUi but matters of urgency to, p ibl , J The Palace. Exeter. l 1""' yesterday, missionary ' u the Congregational $ J'' tli'J' occupied ?
22 January 1912 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

FINE BATTING BY M.C.C. Ballarat, Jan. 20. Plenty runs were scored in the matctfi between the MjC.C. XI. and XV. Bal.lara<t, whioh. ended in a draw yesterday. Ballarat's total of (of which M. Herring made 129) was passed by the Engli-.Fimen for the loss of only two wickets. HoWbe
22 January 1912 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
RUGBY CHAMPIONSHIP

RUGBY CHAMPIONSHIP

The Devon team for the Connty J to match against East Midlands will loave on Wednesday by the tram departing from Plymouth at o'clock and Exeter (St. David's) 5.22. They will arrived in Lon,lm at 8.40, and stay the night at the Imperial Hotel, Russell Square, continuing iourney
22 January 1912 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
BOXING.

BOXING.

McCOY v. CURRAN. Nice, Jan. 21. In a boxing match here last evening Kid McCoy easily defeated Cuirran points.—Router. New York, Jan. 21. A Los Angelos message states that Freddy Weilch, the English light-weight boxer, who was to have met Bobby Waugjh to-day at Vernon, is in hosp
22 January 1912 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ANOTHER AVIATION RECORD

ANOTHER AVIATION RECORD

Senlis, Jian. 21. The aviator M. Verrep yesterday established world's record flying with two passengers a of 3.526 feet.
22 January 1912 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 

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SHOT FOR DISREGARDING QUARANTINE.

SHOT FOR DISREGARDING QUARANTINE.

Austin (Texas), Jan. 21. Owing the prevalence of meningitis in various parts of Texas, stringent quarantine regulations have been framed by the authorities those towns which are not yet affected. A wealthy stocKman, named Lock, who was visiting his mother at Bud, was shot dead o
22 January 1912 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
PLOT TO KILL AMERICAN GOVERNOR.

PLOT TO KILL AMERICAN GOVERNOR.

Lawrence (Mass.), Jam 21. After three days' investigation the police hiave arrested three men and two women, all Syrians, tthe charge being concerned in an Anarchist plot to destroy lives and property in connexion with the textile workers' strike here. A quantity dynamite has be
22 January 1912 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
SOUTH AFRICAN SHIPPING LINES.

SOUTH AFRICAN SHIPPING LINES.

The relations between the British and German lines trading with South Africa are, Reuter's understands, again strained, there is some prospect of rate-cutting by the Germans.
22 January 1912 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
IRISH SHOOTING AFFRAY.

IRISH SHOOTING AFFRAY.

shooting affray, as the result of which Thomas Casey has been, remanded, took place at Kiltimagh, Co. Mayo. It is alleged that mad night, after struggle with Casey, John Kelly, farmer, was shot in the back. Kelly, it is stated, had been salmon poaching, and is in a dying conditi
22 January 1912 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
CHURCHYARD SUBMERGED.

CHURCHYARD SUBMERGED.

Heavy rain and rapid thaw snow resulted in serious floods from the Derbyshire hills. The churchyard South Wingfield, on the banks of the river Amber, was submerged Saturday, when only the tombstones were showing above water.
22 January 1912 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England