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SWIMMING.

SWIMMING.

TOrSHAM (i.ril. At the annual meeting of the ' Amateur Swimming Club, the evening before last, Mr. A. Horse well presided, and there was an enthusiastic gathering of members. The lion, treasurer reported balance in hand 17s. s£d. Mr. Hamilton was unanimously re-elected President
18 May 1914 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Postman's Suicide

Postman's Suicide

AT DARTMOUTH. THE INQUEST. At Dartmouth Gui 1 Saturday, Mr. A. M- Dav'son held an inquest lottcwsing the death of George Hey don, 54, auxiliary rural ipostman, who was, ths previous day, found lute house hanging .from ventilator. Mairy Heydon, Ii« widow, said Iter lrosband retur
18 May 1914 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
G.W.R.

G.W.R.

TEMPERANCE UNION. _____ MEETINGS .AT TEI.NMOT'TT^. No. 3 Division (Bristol to Newton Abbot") fTie Great Western Railway Temperance Union held their divisional quarterly T-eignmonth Saturday. In the -afternoon the Taunton artistes —Alis= Joslyn, Messrs. T. .Tarman, A. W. Welchman
18 May 1914 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
"WAR."

"WAR."

In Devon, DEALING WITH THE WOUNDED. y.a.d. mobilised. England was invaded (on paper) last week, and the''bulk of the fighting took place in Devon. The invaders had gained command the sea, and on May 14th Division of tho enemy was reported to be landing at Bridport, while it waa
18 May 1914 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
jpOLSLOE DAIRY, 15, NORTHERNIIAY PLACE. EXETER ADAMS BROS., Proprietor*. DELICIOUS CLOTTED CREAM OLLTELY FRED FROM AND ALI. DAIRY PRODUCE O

jpOLSLOE DAIRY, 15, NORTHERNIIAY PLACE. EXETER ADAMS BROS., Proprietor*. DELICIOUS CLOTTED CREAM OLLTELY FRED FROM AND ALI. DAIRY PRODUCE O

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18 May 1914 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
J OverQO i/ears. Special Display Fashions Messrs. GREtN & SON have much J pleasure in announcing that the alterations anx

J OverQO i/ears. Special Display Fashions Messrs. GREtN & SON have much J pleasure in announcing that the alterations anx

* extensions of their :ses are *» 1 -''£>• /i' r -®f new completed, and they will TO-DAY (Monday), May 18th, make a S! I 'A special display of all \ at is newest in r-. 5 Costumes, 1 & Blouses, m ery ' Feather | Vl Jlf' • 1 Lace and $ 11 Fancy Goods, | Every Description. if, "'L
18 May 1914 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
HATHERN'S WATER.

HATHERN'S WATER.

COMBINED SCHEME SUGGESTED. Reporting on the negotiations for the supply water to parish Mr. F. W. told the lioughborough Rural District Council that he thought the minim tun demanded wa* quite reasonable. and tHere would be plenty available for domestic and power purpose*. suppl
5 May 1914 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
TROUBLE WITH LIVERPOOL CARTERS.

TROUBLE WITH LIVERPOOL CARTERS.

PROSPECTS OF ANOTHER BIG STRIKE. Liverpool threatened with big strike, which, it takes place, will hold up the trad© of the port. Two hundred and fifty of the three hundred Corporation carters who nrfuwd to work yesterday with twelve non-union men resumed this morning, but the o
5 May 1914 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
MR. CHURCHILL'S ULSTER SUGGESTION.

MR. CHURCHILL'S ULSTER SUGGESTION.

i PREMIER A XL) A SLTTt.EMLNT. , Lord Cecil d the M'*»i-trr.in Con Diuns cay wh< r« take any step.- to g r t .1- i . ih ' g««tioos lor r<' Lord e»f t:»« 'I Mr. A q it. S ''V to ri. . .k- apo settle* Kent. l»r rt < ill: 1- e C b- al:o .» lo hav< y f in at ail Aaq Jill's reply ''«
5 May 1914 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THE SUICIDE IN THE STRAND.

THE SUICIDE IN THE STRAND.

AMATEUR DETECTIVE'S DELUSIONS. A '- rcllct of '* Suicide while of unbound rnind" was returned at the inquest LorJon to-day Harold Walter Grote. 20, student. who shot himself Strand in the presence hi. s wife Saturday morning. The widow, giving* evidence, stated that the} had bee
5 May 1914 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England