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DISTRICT NEWS.

DISTRICT NEWS.

A church parage the members Company B.D.ft. (cyclist section) took place at Bradninch Sunday afternoon, j i 'J'he Company was in command Major Hi'ofcerd, assisted by Captain Hems. The following N.C.O.'s were alio present:—Coir- ; Sergt Fare, iiergt-Instr Sergts Davey, J. Rowland
26 May 1914 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
PRINCIPAL WINNERS

PRINCIPAL WINNERS

(Compiled from March to May 23.) Winning Races Horses Won £ s. H.M. the King . ... 4 ... 1641 0 Sir 1 2 ... 7615 0 Mr. J. B. Joel 2 ... 2 ... 5450 Lord Cadcgtan ..:... 2 ... ... 5 Mr P. Nelke 5 ... 7 ... 3904 0 Lord St. Davids ... ;.. 3044 Lord Derbr . ... 5 ... 2916 0 Mr. G. D.
26 May 1914 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
CATTLE DISEASE.

CATTLE DISEASE.

The Devon. Constabulary reports casee epizootic abortion at Lympetone, (2), Brentor, North Petherwin, pancra«week, BAd Moaklei*li.
26 May 1914 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
CURTAIN DOWN

CURTAIN DOWN

Home Rule Bill THIRD READING WITHOUT DEBATE, SPEAKER EXPLAINS. When the Speaker took the chair in the House Commons yesterday there was a very large attendance members, and the. galleries were also full. Before the a of the day "were read, The Speaker said there were two matters
26 May 1914 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
CATHEDRAL SCENE.

CATHEDRAL SCENE.

The Paris Journal'' state© that while a priest in Toulon Cathedral was celebrating Mass a man, believed to insane, assailed him. The two rolled the ground together. Eventually the assailant wag overpowered. 'I priest was not seriously hurt.
26 May 1914 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
STARCROSS MONTHLY MARKET-Yesterday.

STARCROSS MONTHLY MARKET-Yesterday.

The. Bank Holiday Monthly Market-day clashing off"'' June market held, -j' & fair attendance and (rood and but not many wag good trade done in all c ' jsd ' u owe mutton. Messrs. g for «aJe 123 fat ajul 14 fat bollocks. fai calve?. and store maidsa heit^,; fawld from £15 15a to
26 May 1914 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
an. -KEEP. — Three well-manured FIELDS to LET, or 50 more Cattle and 100 Shorn Sheep can be grazed the

an. -KEEP. — Three well-manured FIELDS to LET, or 50 more Cattle and 100 Shorn Sheep can be grazed the

week and herded free- —Ajpply, John Webber, Eirsdon, Ashreigney. GROCERY and GENERAL BUSINESS— , Capital Modern CORNER SHOP and PREMISES to LET, East Devon Village, where thorough good business has been carried on many years. Excellent opportunity for capable man understanding t
26 May 1914 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
popular 1 11 ■ i, ~ ~ Salterton. . Opposite Post-office. Tel. 14. MARK'S CAFE, NOW OPEN. Splendid Accommodation. S.

popular 1 11 ■ i, ~ ~ Salterton. . Opposite Post-office. Tel. 14. MARK'S CAFE, NOW OPEN. Splendid Accommodation. S.

S a DAWLISH THE POPULAR HOLIDAY RESORT. RESTAURANT. the Sands. to Station. School Treats, Parties, etc., catered for. Accommodation meet all requirements. Open Sundays. J. E. CRISPIN, Proprietor. Visitors to Exmouth. Luncheons, Hot Dinners, Teas, etc. Provided T. ANDREWS', Victo
26 May 1914 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Theatre Royal, Exeter NIGHTLY, to 10.30. CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE. Matinee, Saturday, at 2.30. ideal Pictures the Coolest Theatre in the City.

Theatre Royal, Exeter NIGHTLY, to 10.30. CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE. Matinee, Saturday, at 2.30. ideal Pictures the Coolest Theatre in the City.

Programme changed SUMMER PRICES: Circle, 6d; Stalls, 4d; Pit, 2d. Hippodrome, Exeter. €.50. THIS WEEK. 9.0. ZELLA VONDI and Company, Musical and PIOT-POURRT. RUB} MAIBTfTT. Presenting her 4 0,11,1 BROS. ST. JOHN in Music, Humour and JEAN" KRAM, The anlv Erratic Jueelee The Real
26 May 1914 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England