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N MONEY MARKET FOR BRISTOL."* The BRiTISH FINANCE CO. express-ly established »** registered pursuant Act Parliament to make P roßl

N MONEY MARKET FOR BRISTOL."* The BRiTISH FINANCE CO. express-ly established »** registered pursuant Act Parliament to make P roßl

'v and private Advances, £10 to £25,000, to all cla* advanced en Promissory Notes, Bills of .Sale, U' 0 Exchange, Deposit Goods, Diamonds, Jewellery, PictuJ efc and Motors; al«o on the security of Life Policies, Shares, and Bonds. Bills discounted and cheques SEPARATE DEPARTMENT
15 September 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
OLID, ARTISTIC, and COMFORTABLE FURNITURE. Write or Call for Catalogue. EASY PAYMENTS DISCOUNT FOR CASH The " Retford " Suite

OLID, ARTISTIC, and COMFORTABLE FURNITURE. Write or Call for Catalogue. EASY PAYMENTS DISCOUNT FOR CASH The " Retford " Suite

—Settee (adjustable end), Two Divan Easy, and Four Small Chairs, polished mahogany or Chippendale colour, covcred in selected Mopuette or Tapestry. £16 17s. 6d. Furnishing Co., Early Closing Day, Saturday 1 p.m. Furnishing Co. (J. E. GRANT. Proprietor). Pembroke-Place.
15 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CASUALTIES

CASUALTIES

British Wounded Treated Plymouth The Press Bureau issued the folio wins casualty lists at 9.40 night:— • The following admissions of wounded commissioned officers and men from the Jfa peditionary Force Plymouth Hospital reported, under date Ist September: Baldwin, 7837. Pte. C.
15 September 1914 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Tiverton Town Council.

Tiverton Town Council.

meeting of the Tiverton Town Council was held last evening the Mayor (Mr. A. T. Gregory) presiding. The Sewage Disposal Committee reported the resignation Mx. L. D. Holgate. the sewage works manager, who has obtained another appointment.—lt was decided to past' pone the appointm
15 September 1914 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Horse Sale at Exeter

Horse Sale at Exeter

Horse Sale Exeter spiling trade prevailed at the fort-j v "notion hold Messrs. J. A. Collings ■ the Paris-street Horse Reposi'tif.V '- on Friday. The prices realised the following:—-Brown gelding, 6 m-3 h.h.. gns. ; chestnut colt, 2 years gns.; cart mare, 4 years, about 16 h.h.,
15 September 1914 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS "The charge for the Births, ■jarnages and Deaths column i« 6d Per line, or of line ot

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS "The charge for the Births, ■jarnages and Deaths column i« 6d Per line, or of line ot

words prepaid. Births. ept 12 1914, to Mr. and Mrs. w. a. Popham, 42, Park-road, a daughter. Marriaeoa. E VHAYNE.-On September 12, •r J_ittlehain Parish Church (Exmouth), by - Spencer, M.A., Reginald Davey, younge, so,, g Blackmore, ' to Florence Amy, SS"* of Mr. and Mrs. f. SlD
15 September 1914 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Tenders. DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL are requested for Supply the " lvybank Dispensary, i St. David's Hill, Exeter, with the ander|

Tenders. DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL are requested for Supply the " lvybank Dispensary, i St. David's Hill, Exeter, with the ander|

mentioned ARTICLES, from October Ist, 1914, to March 31st. 1915: BREAD A FLOUR. BEST ENGLISH EAT MILK. BUTTE©. GROCERIES A SUNDRIEB. Tenders, on forms to »h- obtained from the Office of the County Medical Other, 14. Bedford Circus, Exeter, must seeled, and delivered at the above
15 September 1914 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
MB. QBITTEM AND THE MIMB-LATEBB.

MB. QBITTEM AND THE MIMB-LATEBB.

A Suggestion the Admiralty Inttnr the "Dnily Exprue,” Mr. W. Q, Howud Gritten wntee: Sir, —Dijeeteze from German ainee in the North Sen are even jet «< U* too frequent occurrence. ehipe \»vt an in eontinnel Jeopardy putiu (wreck total destruction. VeereU belongino to our mercnnt
15 September 1914 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
LYONS’ TEA

LYONS’ TEA

C**|by,«initon, w gggggggßßßKUß-: ’PSP' A’ ;■* THAT UHBBIa A l; hap LAID A3!i>s may bofc a “and wrack," hut'lt too tor goam for to it quite as useful an new one. Let an pat asw cover,, and we’ll make it amort no little cost that you ore am* to bn planned. J. MORELAND, UMBRELLA A
15 September 1914 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
46th DAY OF THE WAR.

46th DAY OF THE WAR.

46th DAY THE WAR. digeit-. by Samuel Storey, contain* guesse* second-hand gossip correspondents, who axe not oa the spot, bat only authenticated news.j THE WESTERN WAR. (GERMANS ALLIES.) *• Never in history was there known wich hurried stampede ot armed ho®4e.” inis say* the Lond
15 September 1914 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England