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MARKET REPORTS.

MARKET REPORTS.

STORE AND FAT STOCK PRICES. TOTNES—Dec. 29th. Good demand for beef. Messrs. Ren dell and Sawdye sold fat heifers and steers at from £17 15s to £19; cow heifers. £16 106; fat cows, to £22; fat ewes, 365; fat hoggs, to 495; fat lambs, 475; pigs, to 7's 6d each. LAUNCESTON—Dec. 29t
1 January 1937 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
British steam trawlers need about 3i million tons coaL a year enable them to he kepi sen. a demand which

British steam trawlers need about 3i million tons coaL a year enable them to he kepi sen. a demand which

P'o. \iues regular work fur some miners..
1 January 1937 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
EXMOUTH WIFE MAINTENANCE.

EXMOUTH WIFE MAINTENANCE.

HUSBAND AND ARREARS. An effort to effect a reconciliation between man and wile was made at Exnioutii Petty Sessions, Monday, with C. Shrubo the chair. Mr. A. W. Saunders, Court collecting officer, applied in respect of arrears amount* to £6 10s. by John Jettery Dunn, engine driv
1 January 1937 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
TALE OF THE PAST.

TALE OF THE PAST.

Lady Howard and Her Deeds. Okehampton and Phantom Coach. THE SKELETON HOUNDS. Two hundred and ninety one years ago on the day after Christmas Day, while Okehampton streets re-echoed to the clamour of Royalist troops, and the West generally seethed with revolt, Prince Charles sat
1 January 1937 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
WESTERN BROADCASTS.

WESTERN BROADCASTS.

Christmas Morning at Ottery. Religious Service will be broadcast from the Belgrave Congregational Church Siuiday, the address Will be given by the Rev. M. Molden, who has been Minister of the Church, for the past four years. Belgrave Congregational Church was opened in 1870, and
1 January 1937 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
COW WITH "WOODEN TONGUE."

COW WITH "WOODEN TONGUE."

HOLSWORTHY CATTLE DEALER FINED. Unusual Circumstances Related to Bench. Alleged to have left cow, which had contracted "wooden tongue," alone and without treatment for 20 days on a vacant Highampton farm, John Henry Parsons, cattle dealer, North-road, Holsworthy, was summoned at
1 January 1937 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
HOUSES FOR ST. GILES.

HOUSES FOR ST. GILES.

THREE FOR DISPLACED TENANTS. Broadwood Rural Council, meeting at Launcestoii, on Tuesday, decided to build three houses at St. Giles to accommodate displaced tenants. The Chairman (Mr. E. H. Perkins) said three houses had been condemned as unfit for habitation at St. Giles. The
1 January 1937 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
DISTRICT NEWS.

DISTRICT NEWS.

APPLEDORE. At Appledore, the services on Christmas Day were well attended, usual, at the two early Communion celebrations, the communicants numbered about 150, whioh the a/verage number. Mr. Harold and Miss Helen Hinks were the organ. morning service, which the Vicar (the Rev H.
1 January 1937 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
BARNSTAPLE TOWN COUNCIL.

BARNSTAPLE TOWN COUNCIL.

Building of New Extensions TO ELECTRIC LIGHT UNDERTAKING. Armaments Push Held Up Work. The Mayor (Captain W. Slatter) presided over Tuesday's meeting of Barnstaple Town . Council. Mr. T. P. Prideaux asked when the : building of the extensions to the Corporation electricity works
1 January 1937 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC, LONDON.

TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC, LONDON.

the local examination in theory of music, held recently connection with tho above College, at the Exeter centre following candidates were successful (the names in brackets being those teachers or schools): —Advanced Intermediate, merit. Joyce P. Caseley (Miss G. Noyce. A.T.C.L.)
1 January 1937 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England