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WIZYMOI7TH,

WIZYMOI7TH,

— On Tuesday evening the Burdon Assembly Rooms were well filled, when the Rev. R. A. England, rector of Wyke, lectured in connection with the Town Society on Shakespeare's "Seven Agee of Man." The rev, gentleman handled his object in a masterly manner, and the lecture was much e
01 February 1884 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England
 
[From Referee.]

[From Referee.]

THE keepers of some "common" gambling-houses are being prosecuted. When will it be the turn of the superior gambling-houses? THE BITTER CRT OF OUTCAST BELORAVIA.—(SFECIAL.) CASE I.—John Blogge, footman to the Earl of Broad. acres, a pale, tall, thin young man in the first stage
01 February 1884 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England
 
_ HAM-WORTHY JUNCTION. FIRE AT UPTOIV HOUSE.

_ HAM-WORTHY JUNCTION. FIRE AT UPTOIV HOUSE.

_ HAM - WORTHY JUNCTION. FIRE AT UPTOIV HOUSE. On Monday morning lael, at an errly hour, the above named house was the scene of an outbreak of fire, whieh at one tme threatened to dystroy this ancient mansion, well known as the Dorsetshire seat of the Tichborna family. It appears
01 February 1884 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England
 
TO LET Ws/FURNISHED. TVY COTTAGE, Preston, with immeliate 1 rent and full particulars apply to the Agents. Messrs. and Sox,

TO LET Ws/FURNISHED. TVY COTTAGE, Preston, with immeliate 1 rent and full particulars apply to the Agents. Messrs. and Sox,

74, St. Thoulas-strest, Weymouth.
01 February 1884 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England
 
THE DOBCHESTEg SERVANTS' REGISTRY OFFICE (Old Establish° I) Under the Patronage of the Nobility, Clergy and Gentry. WANTE9,-26 Cooks, wages

THE DOBCHESTEg SERVANTS' REGISTRY OFFICE (Old Establish° I) Under the Patronage of the Nobility, Clergy and Gentry. WANTE9,-26 Cooks, wages

from £l5 to £3O. Dairymaid for a Gentleman's Family, age not under 22, who can make Butter and Cheese, £l6 16e. 1 Children's Maid, good needle-woman, age over 23, about .£1.6. 6 Upper Housemaids, .£lB to £2O. 5 Housemaids, .£l.O to £l6. 7 Under Housemaids, £lO to £l2. 3 Parlourm
01 February 1884 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England
 
GENGE , DIXON , AND JAM ESON B EG an inspection of all those requiring a large selection of SLACK

GENGE , DIXON , AND JAM ESON B EG an inspection of all those requiring a large selection of SLACK

DRESS GOODS Of the very beet description, end at the Lowzsv The Duchess CACHMERE, 45 inch wide, at per yard. Ditto, 46 inch wide, 12/1, 16/1, and is 96. Trench CACHMERES, 46 inch, is 2e 31, 2e 61, 2s 11d, 84 31, and 3s 91. Double ditto, 4e 61 per yard. French MERINOES, le 611, i
01 February 1884 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England
 
f e Poole legr -IL AND 111 " ournemouth, Wimborne, Wareham, and Swanage fifitt

f e Poole legr -IL AND 111 " ournemouth, Wimborne, Wareham, and Swanage fifitt

f e Poole legr AND 11 1 " ournemouth, Wimborne, Wareham, and Swanage fifitt AN EXCELLENT ADVERTISING MEDIUM FOR DORSET, WILTS, HANTS, THE " TELEGRAM " IS REGISTERED FOR TRANSMISSION ABROAD. POOLE, FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1880. AND SCMERSET. 41111,,
30 July 1880 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England
 
SHEEP.

SHEEP.

Hare we cannot ri.port so favourably, for out of 10 classes there were only competitions in three. Mr. G. W. Homer, of Athelharupton, whose sheep certainly were good, had it all his own way. The judges were :—Mr. W. B. Peren, South Petherton ; Mr. E. Besent, Kingston; and Mr. G.
30 July 1880 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England
 
HOLY TRINITY INFANT SCHOOL.

HOLY TRINITY INFANT SCHOOL.

Alfred Newman. Harry Trevett, James Hardy, George Damen, Herbert N William Vincent, Arthur Legg, James Fox, ArLbur Sainsbury, Lmiis Courteney, Arthur Bugler, Curies Knight, VVilliam Newbury, Walter Jones, Jamas Escott Day, Cilarles Wake, Charles Richards. SATURDAY'S CATTLE MARKE
30 July 1880 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England
 
HOSPITAL SPINDAY.

HOSPITAL SPINDAY.

The MAYOR asked the C,orporation to attend St. Mary's Church with him on Hospital Sunday. He trusted they would do and thus connect themselves with the most useful institutions of the town. Mr. DENNIS referred to the Nonconformist churches. but The MAYOR said as they could not g
30 July 1880 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England