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NEW CLERK

NEW CLERK

Hartland Parish Council Welcome At the monthly meeting of Hartland Parish Council. Major D. F. B. Stuclev. who presided, welcomed the new Clerk. (Mr. W. B. Burrow). Mr Hilton writing as to the Brownsham footpath stated that at the request ot Hartland Council, work had begun in t
August 4, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ELECTION SIGN?

ELECTION SIGN?

North Devon M.P. And Newsprint Cut Brig. C. H. M. Peto, M.P. for North Devon, in a reference the grave events abroad, told Pilton (Barnstaple) audience on Saturday that, if he has judged correctly the mood of the vast majority of people, all wanted to prevent a major war and to
August 4, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
■pvoEs housework get youdown ? Are there moments when " you feel you can't carry on any longer ? Then

■pvoEs housework get youdown ? Are there moments when " you feel you can't carry on any longer ? Then

now is the time to banish these worries for ever—by making full use of ELECTRICITY, the unseen servant who makes housework easier and cleaner, and saves your time, too ! Your local Electricity Service Centre is ready to advise you and show you how the latest electrical labour-sa
November 10, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
PASSED AWAY IN HER 100th YEAR

PASSED AWAY IN HER 100th YEAR

Brentor Funeral Of Mrs. M. A. Vallance 'THE death has taken place in her 100 th year of Mrs. Mary Ann Vallance, of "Hill Crest," Cropston, Leicester. She was buried at Providence Chapel, Brentor on Friday. Mrs. Vallance was born at Wadland Farm, Ashbury, and was the 12th child o
September 8, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
CATERING

CATERING

Food Committee And Licences Mr. J. Fletcher, Area Executive Officer, told Newton Abbot Rural Food Committee, on Monday, that the system of issuing catering licences was never intended to create monopolies for existing traders. It was now the Ministry of Food's policy to grant ca
September 8, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
West Swimmers

West Swimmers

The Western Counties Swimming Team Championship was won at Exmouth on Saturday by Cheltenham, with Weston-super-Mare second and Barnstaple third. Exmouth's Junior 100 yards Championship for the Pembroke Cup was won by R. Wade.
September 8, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Cesspits, Septic Tanks, etc. The HAMPSHIRE CLEANSING SERVICE BOTLEY, SOUTHAMPTON, will. in. future be regular' operating a VACUUM TANK CESSPIT

Cesspits, Septic Tanks, etc. The HAMPSHIRE CLEANSING SERVICE BOTLEY, SOUTHAMPTON, will. in. future be regular' operating a VACUUM TANK CESSPIT

EMPTIER in th.: district, and would undertake to clear any cesspits or septic tanks at very moderate charges. Particulars gladly sent on request.
September 8, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ST. LOVES COLLEGE

ST. LOVES COLLEGE

Forthcoming Visit Of H.R.H. Princess Alice Arrangements are well forward at St. Loyes College for the Disabled. Exefer. for the visit on May 6th next of H.R.H. Princess Alice. Countess Athlone, to open Cherry Tree the hostel for ex-trainees taking ur> employment, and unveil a ta
April 21, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ATTEMPTED MURDER

ATTEMPTED MURDER

Charge Against Exeter Woman T Exet Magistrates Court, on Friday, Mrs. Emma Gertrude Margaret Edwardes k ' - Bartonroad, Exeter, again made a brief appearance, charged with attempting to murder Frederick a^-,^J ' cattle dealer, of SUhiU, Hill Barton-road, Exeter, and with attempt
April 21, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
SALES BY AUCTION T. IX U3S * SON <J. HUSSEY. P.A.1.) jj USTABIiTSHED AUCTIONEERS, SURVEYORS AND VALUERS SONITON AND OTTERY

SALES BY AUCTION T. IX U3S * SON <J. HUSSEY. P.A.1.) jj USTABIiTSHED AUCTIONEERS, SURVEYORS AND VALUERS SONITON AND OTTERY

ST MARY. Head Office: Honiton Phone 53. HONITON MARKET. TO-MORROW SATURDAY). »P D. St SON will Sell by • Auct.on. commencing o'clock: Excellent COWS HEIFERS with ' MONDAY Next. April 24th, 1930. ST. MARY MARKET D. HUSSEY St SON will conduct their usual Auctions, the above, MINIS
April 21, 1950 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England