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The Markets.

The Markets.

LONDON CORN. Monday.—English Wheat. —There was a fairly good attendance market, but English wheats were quiet, and not very firm, while the whole market was inclined to ease from last week's best: English white milling lots ranged up to 375., and reds up 365. per qr. Foreign Whb
26 May 1914 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
SHOOTING.

SHOOTING.

BAIRN STAPLE TERRITORIALS. The Barnstaple <A and Companies ' the 6th Battalion Devon Regiment held their | shoot tor the " Packer,'' " Chapman." I and " Dark " for Class A. the " Special " and Viokery's" for Cla«s B. and the Brannam " and " Lauder's" for 0. There was gusty wind
26 May 1914 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
CHERITON OTTER HOUNDS.

CHERITON OTTER HOUNDS.

These hounds had good sport in' the neighbourhood Christow yesterday. Eventually, a 261b. dog otter was killed at Cridford Mills-
26 May 1914 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Angling

Angling

IN DEVON RIVERS. ATTENTION WA2JTE-D. Good baskets of trout have been had the Carey. The Ockment, Torridge, and Lew are getting low. Salmon from 10H». to 141b. have been killed, and trout rods are getting very fair sport. As usual at this period the salmon season, nsh are being c
26 May 1914 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Ocean Wonder.

Ocean Wonder.

BRITAIN'SLARGEST LINER astonishing contrivances. -Marvellous as are the public rooms and state rooms of the new Cunarder Aquitania— , Britain largest liner—the immense restaurant, the ivy clad garden louiigo, the historical gallery of art, the Hospital smoking room, the Pompc-ia
26 May 1914 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Mr. Mortimer Singer and Lad in their balloon from a ei v.' 1 their racehorses in training at**" Sussex. The

Mr. Mortimer Singer and Lad in their balloon from a ei v.' 1 their racehorses in training at**" Sussex. The

balloon tooK 1 o. . u eleven miles of their dentins- plO' ''Owing there being Board's tmanceß are 1 V. lamented the Secretary of tn , e Ml'.*■ tery Board iu a letter read , &c-' Borough Council, New Zeal* ,' co t£ 'i.e ',< 'signalman T. Leaf, i- ~ worth, was walking to his bo- c
26 May 1914 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
£1.000 A WEEK

£1.000 A WEEK

£1.000 WEEK Being Lest in Wages In Torquay p and Paignton j There no change the strike condition* P Torquay, which are entailing a loss ol about week wages. One well-known r employer stated that he would not k inconvenienced the strike lasted another month, but he had always been
16 May 1914 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
OKEHAMPTON TRAGEDY

OKEHAMPTON TRAGEDY

Found Inquest on Body ,„ the Ockment •ted oo< deal An inquest which excne okehampton interest in the town was , Brown Town Hall *< surroundto inquire into the B lunden the death E ,IU,U ' ||„d was found ' Drew, who, if will ()(kmvn . Thareday morning d fl SJns >: "1<- Bewhich ru
16 May 1914 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
AT VARIANCE

AT VARIANCE

Barnstaple Guardians and L©**' Government Board Boiird of Guardians yesterday morning a letter was read from the Local Government Board with reference the appointment Mr. H. Bussell Relieving Officer for No. District of the Union. The Board above stated that, having given the ma
16 May 1914 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England