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THE CONSCRIPTIONISTS.

THE CONSCRIPTIONISTS.

WEDNESDAY, FEB. 26, 1913. onferring of a Cambridge degree contingent pon the attainment of certain standard llitary efficiency bas not met such your as to make it likely of acceptance le University Senate. Meanwhile, most statements are being made to the nnivance. or (at all eve
26 February 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
TRAMPS EXCUSE

TRAMPS EXCUSE

u „„ Defenca t<j fl Chapge Theft / ramp an amusing man anH 1V , hair) - New. dnd - Harold Rowe, at Wonford Sesday Exeter yesterscarf an I-»*,, stt,a,I »S a lady's coat, a 17s bamlkp «luef, of the total value k>nnford/'on of Pront ' once she , . leaving the field w Hi?" him calli
26 February 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
CITY EDUCATION

CITY EDUCATION

Trained Teachers and Exeter Appointment Mr. J. Stocker presided yesterday a meeting the Exeter Education Committee held at the Guildhall. Four candidates, selected by the School Management Sub-Committee, for the Head Teachership of the Exe Island Infant School were present, name
26 February 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
FUNERALS AT EXETER

FUNERALS AT EXETER

The Late Mr. W. Parkhou»<>. Old City Guardian use,' The funeral of Mr. William ' AX iet, HUlaboro' Avenue, Pennsylvania, native Ashreigney, who was at fiuar di» 11 * member of the Exeter Board ot took place at the Higher Office day. The first portion place at the Providence Chap
26 February 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
B.v virtue of the recent police regulation concerning the mud thrown up motor omnibuses, a medical student in the Paria

B.v virtue of the recent police regulation concerning the mud thrown up motor omnibuses, a medical student in the Paria

Court* obtained £40 damages from the Compag-nie Gencrale dcs for soiled clothes.
26 February 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 

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CREDITON CASE

CREDITON CASE

Alleged Fraud Over an Horse Deal ACCUSED REMANDED " I have instructions to finger print th man was the comment of Sergeant Webbe Ito Crediton Magistrates yesterday whe asking for a remand in case of allegec fraud. The accused was William Finch, alia H Brown, living at Tagus Vill
26 February 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Proposed Purchase of Foreshore at Paignton

Proposed Purchase of Foreshore at Paignton

Mr. A. M. G. Malet, M.lcstC.E., on behalf of the Local Government Board, held inquiry Paignton yesterday respecting the Council's application for permission to borrow i:1,4G7 for the purchase portion of the foreshore and land adjoining at Preston, and for sewerage works Blatchco
26 February 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
LIBERALISM

LIBERALISM

Its Advance in the Tiverton Division Striking evidence of the advance of Liberalism in the Tiverton Division was given at Christow last evening, when the Schoolroom was filled its utmost capacity, at a meeting under the auspices of tihe Tiverton Liberal Association. The audience
26 February 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
DARTMOUTH POLICE

DARTMOUTH POLICE

Before the Mayor (Mr. C. Peek), Dr. F. A. Davson, Captain W. H. Angel, Messrs. W. P. T. Wilton, Dartmouth Police Court. Lily Radford was charged with drunkenness and pleaded guilty.—P.C. Turner proved the case. It was stated that defendant had not paid a previous fine of 20s. Sh
26 February 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

CORN LIVERPOOL CORN. Wheat market closing, with a quiet trade reported at Friday's rates. Tone firm. Flour quiet trade; unchanged values. Maize in moderate demand; steady prices; mixed American new 4* lid, Galveston 5s Bd, Plata 5s 7d, Odessa 66 per cental. Beans steady inactive
26 February 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England