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GETTING ON.

GETTING ON.

Stats MONDAY, NOV. 13, 1918. The conditions of the Armistice, it would seem, are 'being fulfilled at satisfactory pace. Large number* of "heavy guns have already been handed over to the Allies, and to-day the larger vessels the German Fleet wiH be their way to (it is assumed) th
November 18, 1918 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
INTERMENTS

INTERMENTS

Exeter Cemetery Nov. Ann Jackson, St. Sidwell. 66 yearn. 10—Edith Thirza Valentine Allen, St. Matthew 16 years. * 12— Mary Ellen Christina Steer, St. James 2 years. 13— Hettie Emily Brand. St. James. 14 years 13—George St. Matthew, years 13— Mary Bishop Corrie, Holy Trinity. 20
November 18, 1918 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ELECTION CAMPAIGN.

ELECTION CAMPAIGN.

Premier's Fighting Speech in London HIS COMING PROGRAMME Reconstruction of the National Life HEALTH AND WAGES The Prime Minister Saturday opened the General Election campaign by great Coalition demonstration at the Central Hall, Westminster, when, a rousing speech, marked by cou
November 18, 1918 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
BALKAN PROBLEM

BALKAN PROBLEM

Bulgarian Eyes on the Oobrudja ANGER WITH GERMANY The Press Association's Special Correspondent, telegraphing from Sofia, via Salonika, October 31, says: Among the principal cause*, Which contributed towards the rupture of Bulgaria with | Germany were the treatment by the latter
November 18, 1918 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 

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Funeral of Mr. Samuel Edgecombe Senr. at Alphington

Funeral of Mr. Samuel Edgecombe Senr. at Alphington

The remains Mr. Samuel Edgecomlie, sear., were laid rest in the Parish Churchyard at Aiphington on Friday afternoon. Deceased, who had resided the parish nearly half a century, was' a jovial disposition and highly respected, large number attending to pay their last tribute of .r
November 18, 1918 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
and YOUNG. Ltd.; Jewellers. Exeter, purchase Old Gold. Silver, Old Sheffield Plate etc*., for cash. Full market value —Advt. Syrians

and YOUNG. Ltd.; Jewellers. Exeter, purchase Old Gold. Silver, Old Sheffield Plate etc*., for cash. Full market value —Advt. Syrians

in Sierra Leone have presented to the Governor addresses of loyalty and gratitude for the British *uocesse* in Syria, and a contribution £557 for Red Cross Funds, the occasion of the armistice.
November 18, 1918 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
OKEHAMPTON GUARDIANS

OKEHAMPTON GUARDIANS

Mr. E. D. Court on the Chddrens' Home Scheme j. Yelland presided at the meeting of Okehampton Board of Guardians Saturday, when two applicants for the position of caretaker of the children in the House were interviewed. The Board, appointed Miss Painter, of Chagford. Mr. E. D. C
November 18, 1918 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
100,000 Miners to be Promptly Released From the Army

100,000 Miners to be Promptly Released From the Army

100,000 Miners to be Promptl y Released From the Army The Government have submitted rs' the Executive Committee of the Federation of Great Britain tor release, without waiting t0 „ but of 100,000 colliery w' .„ the home forces and the armies co- Miners' Federation have _ operate
November 18, 1918 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
and Choice Designs in Mourning Carde, Post Free and Prices on the " Daily Western Times," v '• Jli-rh-etreet, Exeter.

and Choice Designs in Mourning Carde, Post Free and Prices on the " Daily Western Times," v '• Jli-rh-etreet, Exeter.

EXET-R CATHEDRAL , Communion at 7.45 a.m. in the Lady pel: Mating at 10.30 a.m.; Choral s " nf p.m. Sundays and Holy Days Celebration of Holy Communion <!» -Matins. Sundays—Litany at 7.30 a.m.; °nd Evensong at 6.30 p.m. ' Morn —Sullivan in D...Anthem :675, "O ye that love the Lo
November 18, 1918 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England