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The Br*** Ma Steel Tube propose erecting works w;,. to employ 3.CCO men a cost over for build- the sale

The Br*** Ma Steel Tube propose erecting works w;,. to employ 3.CCO men a cost over for build- the sale

the library of Mr. John at. Sotheby's, series 33 original in colour illustrating The Dance of Death," were bought Mr. B f. evens for £385.
February 2, 1914 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
LITTLE SICKNESS

LITTLE SICKNESS

Reported by Rational Society at Eilacombe The annual meeting of the Rational Association Friendly Society was held in the Eilacombe (Torquay) ■ Primitive Methodist School Friday evening. The secretary, Mr. G. W. P. Laskey, presented the financial statement for 1913, which shewed
February 2, 1914 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ON 'CHANGE

ON 'CHANGE

4 London, Saturday. Money. cent.; Bills, to ] 15-16. Stock Exchange showed renewed firmness all round, especially Home Rails and Americans. Consols closed 76 for Money and Account. In Home Rails. Dover were 2j up; Chatham Seconds, 1; Ordinary, Great Northern A, H; Lancashire, li
February 2, 1914 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
LOVE DRAMA

LOVE DRAMA

Married Man 3 Suicide at Falkirk The death occurred in Falkirk infirmary, Saturday, of James Findlay. the result of poisoning by taking nitric acid. It is stated that Findlay went to Falkirk some time ago and paid marked attention to a young widow, and they were to have been mar
February 2, 1914 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
CLUE FAILS.

CLUE FAILS.

The Wolverhampton Murder I Case. ««| KNOW NOTH NG." telegram from St. John's (New Brunswick) on Saturday says that George Rogers, from whom the Staffordshire police hoped to obtain information which would throw new j light the movements Kent Keeks, who was murdered at Wolverhamp
February 2, 1914 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
End of Mounted Infantry

End of Mounted Infantry

To-day, the 'Mounted Infantry of the British Army ceases exist. The decision to Abolish the force forms part of certain reforms and rearrangements units which Colonel Seely, Secretary of State for War. will introduce and expound when brings in the annual Army Estimate* to Parlia
February 2, 1914 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
TIDE TABLE | BARNSTAPLE BAY. Morn. After. Monday, Feb. 2 10. 6 10.17 Tuesday, Feb. 10.58 10.51 Wednesday. Feb. 11.

TIDE TABLE | BARNSTAPLE BAY. Morn. After. Monday, Feb. 2 10. 6 10.17 Tuesday, Feb. 10.58 10.51 Wednesday. Feb. 11.

2 11.21 Thursday, Feb. 11.43 12.28 Friday, Feb. 6 1. 1.56 Saturday. Feb. 2.36 3.27 Sunday. Feb. 4. 3 4.41 BIDEFORD. Monday. Feb. 2 10.19 10.30 Tuesday. Feb. 10.51 11 • 4 Wednesday. Feb. 4 11.15 11.34 Thursday, Feb. 5 1.56 12.41 Feh. 6 2. 9 Saturday, Feb. 2.49 ' 3.40 Sunday. Feb.
February 2, 1914 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
CHURCH BOYCOTTED.

CHURCH BOYCOTTED.

The whole of village in Lincolnshire, is boycortuig the pari-h church i*» of the action of the Lord Chancellor in giving the living the iucutubent of adjacent parich.
February 2, 1914 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
Medical.

Medical.

and Deformities of the Foot paini-J Icsilly cured by Mr. Ventris Field, Surgoon- Chiropodist. Orthopaedist, and Electro-Therapeutint. trained; highest qualifications England; twenty-five years’ practical experience. Fees moderate. Hours 9.30 a.m until 8.30 tn. every day.—Consult
February 2, 1914 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England