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BOROUGH OF CHELMSFORD LOCAL FOOD CONTROL COMMITTEE. Meat Supplies. To the Inhabitants of THE BOROUGH OF CHELMSFORD LOCAL FOOD CONTROL

BOROUGH OF CHELMSFORD LOCAL FOOD CONTROL COMMITTEE. Meat Supplies. To the Inhabitants of THE BOROUGH OF CHELMSFORD LOCAL FOOD CONTROL

COMMITTEE are fully I aware of the difficulties recently experienced , I by the inhabitants obtaining supplies of meat, and axe doing all tbey possibly can to relieve the situation endeavouring to ensure a regular supply of CaUle, Sheep, and Puts to the local Butchers. At a conf
January 18, 1918 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
CREDITON FARMERS

CREDITON FARMERS

The Number ot Peres of Wheat Grown Last Year War Agricultural meeting was held on Saturday. Mr. J. M. Pope presiding. It was reported that the Cultivation Committee had met and approved of the tabulation sheets for the parishes Bow, Brushtord, Cheriton Fitz.paine, Clannaborough,
November 18, 1918 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Funeral at Heavitree

Funeral at Heavitree

Tbe funeral Mrs. M. A. Parkhonse, wife of ex-Detective-Sergeant Parkhouso, of the Exeter City Police, took place at Heavitree Churchyard, on Thursday. An impressive service was held at Heavitrce Congregational Church, Which Key. A. Axe officiated. He also conducted the service t
November 18, 1918 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
St. Thomas Pleasure Grounds Allotments

St. Thomas Pleasure Grounds Allotments

The Sub-t onimitfee the Estates Committee of Exeter City Council having inspected certain land in St. Thonia- which might suitable for the purpose, have recommended that the field between Buddie J.ane and St. Thomas Pleasure Ground, and another field Redhills, acquired for allot
November 18, 1918 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
A Splendid Exeter Institution

A Splendid Exeter Institution

The Exeter Farthing Breakfast Fund has become one of the institutions of the City, and are glad to know that the honorary (Mr Abram Davey as hon. secretary and Mr. C. Drake as hon. treasurer) are entering the tas*k for 1918-19 with high hopes of even greater success. Happily the
November 18, 1918 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Oenh ot c r. Pattrson Seaton Dr. H. A. Pattiruson, of Seafield House, Seaton, has just died, aged 79. He

Oenh ot c r. Pattrson Seaton Dr. H. A. Pattiruson, of Seafield House, Seaton, has just died, aged 79. He

had been in practice for over 50 years, and was the last surviving member of Seaton Local Board, formed April, 1878, which was an original member. He was also medical officer health to the town ever, since the formation of Soaton Urban Council in 1892, and helped to found the Se
November 18, 1918 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS

Sergt. <Fix>st, of the Secondary School Cadet Company, Newton Afbbot, has been promoted Sergeant-Major. At Bxeterduring September the fall of rain w 4.70 inches, and during October 1.28. The hours sunshine in September were 160.20 a nd October 85.66. Ece.-C»l Charles Strickland,
November 18, 1918 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
TIVERTON DIVISION

TIVERTON DIVISION

Speech by Prosoective Labour Candidate, Rev. Donald Fraser The Labour Party Tiverton opened their campaign with mass meeting at the Heathcoat Hall during the week-end. Mr. John Searle, J.P., presided over a large attendance. The Rev. Donald Fraser (Exeter-j who was greeted with
November 18, 1918 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
OUR FLEETS TRIUMPH

OUR FLEETS TRIUMPH

First Stage of the German Naval Surrender DELEGATES MEET AT SEA Off Friday afternoon, British naval representatives met the German delegates who have come to Arrange for the carrying out the naval terms the armistice. There are seven delegates, three belonging to .Sailors' and S
November 18, 1918 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ADDRESSES SEASONABLE PRESENTS. Notwithstanding the restrictions placed on tbe Trade the War- choice selection WATCHES JEWELLERY, and PLATE Will be

ADDRESSES SEASONABLE PRESENTS. Notwithstanding the restrictions placed on tbe Trade the War- choice selection WATCHES JEWELLERY, and PLATE Will be

found at W. R. LISLE & SONS GOLDSMITHS. 179, FOR C ST.. Established 1845. We are MAKERS of all AGRICULTURAL and VETERINARY REQUIREMENTS. STONE & SON- L TO . Chemists EXETER ' '' T to !Ch€€seiniiii€rs! Our Cheese Rennet is strong ♦ as any you could buy before the ♦ war. One table
November 18, 1918 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England