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AGRICULTURE.

AGRICULTURE.

JOTTINGS. MARKET PRICES. Following are extracts from the Board of Agriculture's return of market prices for the week ending October: Fat Stock.—Cattle trade remains practically unchanged from last week, best quality animals making on an average about per lb., but the inferior so
14 October 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Torrington County Pollice

Torrington County Pollice

On Saturday at Torrington County Police Court before Messrs W. P. Barrow (Mayor), .1 Jack*** » 8 - Webber, William Lock, Dolton» was summoned for riding the shafts of a cart the 24th September, and not bavin- sufficient control „vcr the horse.—P.C. Hill proved the case.— The Wen
14 October 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE SEA TRAGEDY

THE SEA TRAGEDY

Arrival of the Liner Carmania^ THRILLING STORIES Incidents of Horror and Heroism The Press Association's special correspondent at Fishguard telegraphs:—The "Carmania" arrived here at two yesterday afternoon, and was immediately boarded by a • party of pressmen, who sought to int
14 October 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Suffragettes and the Royal Wedding

Suffragettes and the Royal Wedding

a meeting of the Women's Social and Political Union in London yesterday Mrs Dacre Fox mentioned that the Royal redding Wednesday would offer a good opportunity for selling "The Suffragette." The remark was received with hisses.
14 October 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Red Cross Voluntary Aid Society for Bow

Red Cross Voluntary Aid Society for Bow

public meeting, whin), -., ,„ atteildwl was held Church Room. Bow, last evening, for the purpose of forming detachment the Red Voluntary Aid Society Golonel 'Mattnews, Grattans, presided, and there were also the platform .Mrs. Matthews (Grattans), r . (Nichols Nymet), Or. and Mr
14 October 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ENJOYABLE SPORT.

ENJOYABLE SPORT.

V BACHELOR WINS 1 BLA'STAi.L PARK. NEWMARKET TO-DAY. weather was bright and warm yesterday, a thick haze hung over B ,' the colours could not be clearly than half mile away. Howmh a most successful day's sport, for order, fields were of rej,»e<i pensions, and the proceedings wer
14 October 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
OFFICAL SCRATCHINGS.

OFFICAL SCRATCHINGS.

NEWMARKET MEETING. are witch Stakes: Dor.nitborno, and Roeimond. after 1 p.ni Saturday; and John Chinaman and Washing Day at 2 pm yesterday. Ccsarewitch and Cambridgeshire Stakes: Junior, at 1 40 yesterdty.
14 October 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE COTTON MARKETS.

THE COTTON MARKETS.

NCHESTER. JS» Amerioan Cotton has Littis ,. Bu sinesB Prices practically the «*n aft day Continued Irregularity - p. *or Yarn and Cloth, and LlttkJ . MANCHESTER. Monday. f st Saturday's advance, and l*S' ning to-day Bto 9 down, tlie fofjj, loss, comi>ared with Saturday's 10 Poin
14 October 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MARKETS AT A GLANCE.

MARKETS AT A GLANCE.

FINANCE. CONSOLS.—72 Cash change); 3,4 Account (no change). DAY-TO-DAY LOANS.—3 1/2 (no change). THREE MONTHS BILLS.—4 7 8 to 16 ihighar). BANK BULLION MOVEMENT.—NiI. SILVER. —Spot 28 I' 4 (no change); Forward 28 3/16 (no change). STOCK MARKETS. —Quiat. MINING MARKETS. —Quiet. N
14 October 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
OUR LONDON LETTER. FROM STAFF CORRESPONDENTS. (BY SPECIAL WIBE.). 60, Fleet Stkiet, London. Monday Night. Sir Edward Carson. No one

OUR LONDON LETTER. FROM STAFF CORRESPONDENTS. (BY SPECIAL WIBE.). 60, Fleet Stkiet, London. Monday Night. Sir Edward Carson. No one

will more surprised than Sir Edward Carson to learn that he has been -using Ulster as a stepping stone to the premiership of the British' Empire. Yet Mr. Graham has some ' means or other made this remarkable discovery. The political career of this gentleman is tolerably well kno
14 October 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England