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SOUTHMOLTON.

SOUTHMOLTON.

On Saturday the officers Southmolton Poor Institution held their New Year dinner and social evening. Covenant Service, conducted by the Rev. W. H. Bunting at Southmolton Weslcyan Chnpel Sunday morning was largely attended. Uk.v. W. H. and Rev. C. Crow presided at largely^attende
10 January 1924 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
WHAT TO EAT, AND HOW.

WHAT TO EAT, AND HOW.

Tho Importance of the Digestion. Easy to get, hard get rid of ; that is what mast sufferers think of dyspepsia. They are astonished when their stomachs begin to trouble them seriously. They can't think of any adequate cause. They have been eating hurriedly and irregularly for lo
10 January 1924 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
BARNSTAPLE BRITISH LEGION NOTES.

BARNSTAPLE BRITISH LEGION NOTES.

"Deeds, not words"—this sums up the feeling of the General Committee meeting of the Barnstaple British Legion held at the V.M.C.A. on Friday evening under the chairmanship of the Rev. C. W. G. Moore, D.S.O. Others present were Dr. J. R. Harper, C.8.E., Major H. S. Reavcll, Major
10 January 1924 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
"ALADDIN" AT BICKINGTON

"ALADDIN" AT BICKINGTON

CLEVER AND ENTERTAINING PRODUCTION BY VILLAGE PLAYERS. Bickington has for long been noted for its wealth of lo«al amateur dramatic and musical talent, and many have been the enjoyable entertainments organised in the village—entertainments which have attracted audiences drawn fro
10 January 1924 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE. [To the Editor of the North Devon Journal.] TEMPERANCE AND PROHIBITION. Sir, —With reference to Mr. A. G. Barker's

CORRESPONDENCE. [To the Editor of the North Devon Journal.] TEMPERANCE AND PROHIBITION. Sir, —With reference to Mr. A. G. Barker's

letter in your issue of the 3rd, and his statement that the Western Temperance League works in the very closest co-operation with that body known as the Temperance Council of the Christian Churches, and the assertion that neither body in favour of national Prohibition, the fact
10 January 1924 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
MEETHE.

MEETHE.

Chapel anniversary service* were held on Sunday connection with the United Methodist Chapel, Mr. J. H. Metters (Southmolton) being the preacher. There were fine congregations. On Tuesday large number gathered for the public tea, served by lady friends the Chmrch. In the evening
10 January 1924 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
LOCAL.

LOCAL.

j Book Early for the Barnstaple Male Voice . Choir s Concert on January 22nd. [9190 To Organisers.—Please keep off Wednesday, March 12th, when the X.A.0.8. will hold a Ball the Albert Hall. [9082 Tick Territorial Club will hold Dance in'the Drill Hall, on Saturday, 12th January,
10 January 1924 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
Mr. Thomas Sanmers, fish hawker, Barnstaple, picked a bunch of primroses in the district last week. will be found in

Mr. Thomas Sanmers, fish hawker, Barnstaple, picked a bunch of primroses in the district last week. will be found in

our advertising of a cinematograph display, to given the Albert Hall on Monday evening next. Admission will by ticket (free). , Whist Results.—Champa Bhield—Gross Street 16, Gay Palls 9; Works 13, Postal Officials 12 ; Newport 14, Conservatives 11 : Artillery 14, [sleigh 11. Sen
10 January 1924 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
MUDDIFORD.

MUDDIFORD.

Wet efforte during Christmas ' MlIcldlfor( Congregational caro! singers sent the sum of £5 to St.
10 January 1924 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
LABOUR LEADER'S PROGRAMME

LABOUR LEADER'S PROGRAMME

Mr. Ramsay Macdonald, the Labour leader, spoke a victory demonstration the Albert Hall, London, on Tuesday evening. Points from-his speech were:— One step enough for me—on condition that it leads to a next step. The first great duty is to establish peace in Europe. The pompous d
10 January 1924 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England