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BEDFORD CHURCH, EXETER

BEDFORD CHURCH, EXETER

Announcement of the Incumbent's Retirement Large congregations Sunday attended the harvest thanksgiving services at Bedford Church, Exeter. The church was prettily decorated with corn, fruit, flowers, and vegetables. Flowers were effectively arranged around the various parts of
14 October 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
FIRE AT SEA

FIRE AT SEA

Atlantic OVER 100 MISSING The fuller details of the awful disaster in mid-Atlantic on Friday confirm the horrors of the scene, but happily the death roll, although still appallingly heavy—estimated at less than at first supposed. Graphic stories have come to hand of the terrible
14 October 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
MEXICAN ARRESTS

MEXICAN ARRESTS

■T President Haerta Master of the Situation TROOPS THE STREETS. New Yen*, Monday. According to the latest taiegrams from —ter of the Sener Aldape announces tnat the Government it. ends to bring the arrested deputies they vill treated most considerately. Meanwhile the supporters
14 October 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Situations Vacant. YOUNG MAX. able to kill smalls and make himself generally also an APPRENTICE, about 17 years.— Apply, Post

Situations Vacant. YOUNG MAX. able to kill smalls and make himself generally also an APPRENTICE, about 17 years.— Apply, Post

Office. Kingskeiswell. •YITANTL'D, FARM LABOURER to help * uiilk and make himself useful on farm; reference; good wages with usual privileges, and cottage.—A. Warren, Weston, Totnes. VTOU'NG MAN. Wanted in Farmhouse, accustomed to all farm work.—G. Hannaford, Little Barton, Broa
14 October 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
be Sold. - STREET Superior Freehold Brick-built and Slated HOUSE for SALE, let at £15. Price £240. Apply, Whitton and

be Sold. - STREET Superior Freehold Brick-built and Slated HOUSE for SALE, let at £15. Price £240. Apply, Whitton and

Laing, 24, Gandy-street, Exeter. ONLY 2 MILL'S FROM EXETER.—Capital MODERN HOUSE with 5 acres Land and Useful Outbuildings. Make capital Poultry and Bee Farm. Price £1,200.— Rippon, Boswell and Co., Exeter. DEVON —For SALE, a FREEHOLD DAIRY FARM of 40 acres, 37 pasture, with com
14 October 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ONET LENT WITHOUT SECURITY.

ONET LENT WITHOUT SECURITY.

LENT WITHOUT SECURITY. LADIES or GENTLEMEN. MERCHANTS, MANUFACTURERS, HOTEL PROPRIETORS, SHOPKEEPEKN can b*v« ib«ir own ACCEPTANCES DISCOUNTED or POSTDATED oiuibod without war Soruntr, Kurcttct. Interviews.—LOANS GRANTED POST. Strictly Confidential, NOTE HAND ALONE, by MR. LEWIN,
14 October 1913 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
Sms Ida and Gauntry Quartan.

Sms Ida and Gauntry Quartan.

apartmauta board, eouth eepact. feoinp Greed Pier, moderate—Cull liord, FernviUo. Victpria-equara. • tt* WBflrrON fIUPER.IdABE—HoImee View. Thi B«noh. board or apunnMate; oratrai, t«» front, close Grand Pier. aodaraU. W —Superior boar*i- rneidmoa, apartmeoUi Bouth aepoct. three
14 October 1913 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
HUNTING.

HUNTING.

HEYTUROP HOUNDS. Hovthrop Hoynd* Barton Monday, put to fipht eoople of old f«*a« the and then >et about lino litter on the moors, hunting one the Abbey. Turning from Glympton Heath, they ran r'-ond bv Puraatory Barton Lodge, where they pulled hun down. mangy fos Buusban Dcau mao
14 October 1913 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE WORLDS TOBACCO BILL.

THE WORLDS TOBACCO BILL.

Not long ago. well-known M.P. elated that the average young roan spent the amount •of his old-age pension every in cigarette* and tobacco. Judging by recent statistics, this would aeem exaggeration. Mr. Robert P. MoncnefT, of Newcaatle-on-Tyrte, recently compiled National Tobacc
14 October 1913 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
• THE ARCADIANS.’*

• THE ARCADIANS.’*

The comedy production since the August re opening of the Cheltenham Theatre and Opera Houm joyoualy receired by a large ** house '* on Monday evening. when Mr. Robert Courtueidge’e Company filled the bill. It is the fourth visit of the above named play, two years having elapsed
14 October 1913 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England