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COURT AND SOCIETY

COURT AND SOCIETY

Mr. Fletcher Monlton, M.P., has taken house Lynton for August, and Mr. Corrie Grant, M.P., intends to reside at Instow for some time at the close of the Parliamentary session. Lord Mount Edgcumbe will spend some part of the summer yachting, his yacht Susan having arrived Cowes f
July 7, 1902 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
AN EPITAPH.

AN EPITAPH.

Here lies a poor woman who was always tired, For she lived in a place where help wasn't hired, Her last words on earth were, Dear friends, I going— Where washing a'int done, nor scrubbing, nor sewing, Bnt everything there exact to my wishes, For where they don't eat there's no w
July 7, 1902 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
FIRE AT OKEHAMPTON.

FIRE AT OKEHAMPTON.

outhouse belonging to Mr. Mark Perkins, of North-street, and situated on the Lxbourne-road, short distance from the town, was destroyed by fire on Saturday night. The owner is General Holley, and it stated that the loss (estimated at £20) not covered by insurance. Shortly before
July 7, 1902 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Derangement of the liver, with constipation, injures the complexion, induces pimples and sallow skin. Carter's Little Liver Pills remove cause,

Derangement of the liver, with constipation, injures the complexion, induces pimples and sallow skin. Carter's Little Liver Pills remove cause,

ls lid. But sure they are Carter's.—[Advt.] Soldiers from South Africa, Egypt, and Bangalore are included in the selected Army marksmen to compete at Bisley for the Regulars' Gold Jewel Championship. Last year's winner is the list.
July 7, 1902 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
CHERITON OTTER HOUNDS.

CHERITON OTTER HOUNDS.

The meet on Saturday was at Umberleigh, the Master (Mr. Heinemann) having the company of a large, field. The bounds trailed up stream till 3.30, when they found Abbotsmarsh, and after an hour's work killed bitch otter, weighing 151b5., a big sheet of water there. The pack was th
July 7, 1902 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE KING AND PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT.

THE KING AND PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT.

Washington, Saturday. President Roosevelt has received the following cable from Ijondon, July 4th: The King most grateful for your kind sympatlvy. thank God, getting on very favourably now. Signed Alexandra."
July 7, 1902 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
CHARTREUSE FATHERS.

CHARTREUSE FATHERS.

REMOVAL OF THE MONASTERY TO SWITZERLAND. A Geneva telegram t,o the " Chronicle " says: The fathers of the famous monastery of the Grande Chartreuse have decided definitely quit France and transfer their entire plant for the making of their celebrated liqueur to Switzerland. Thei
July 7, 1902 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
"Pamphlet of Mr. Crow's travels around the world sent free receipt of post card, address : Carters Little Liver Pills

"Pamphlet of Mr. Crow's travels around the world sent free receipt of post card, address : Carters Little Liver Pills

(be sure they arc Carter's). Holborn Viaduct, London. 1 ,, cf . the granite monument in memory of Major Wilson and his brave force (the gift the late Mr. Rhodes—to be placed the Hills) is being erected near the Chelsea Embankment.
July 7, 1902 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE SERIOUS CHARGE AT SHEPTON MALLET.

THE SERIOUS CHARGE AT SHEPTON MALLET.

the police court Saturday, before Mr F. Spencer. Joseph George Barrow, aged and until recently the governor of Majesty's prison Shepton Mallet, was brought up on remand charged with forging a receipt for 10s 4d. F. Chubb (Wells) prosecuted o behalf the Public Prosecutor, and acc
July 7, 1902 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
DISASTER ON AN ELECTRIC RAILWAY.

DISASTER ON AN ELECTRIC RAILWAY.

DISASTER ON ELECTRIC RAILWAY. TWELVE PEES ON (2ETJTEE'3 TELEGRAM.) TORX STATE), Saturday. A car descending the mountain on the Moun• tain and Lake Erie Electric Railway, near last night, where the grade is i thousand feet in four miles, became uncontroll; able, and acquiring frig
July 7, 1902 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England