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EVERY ONE WHO KEEPS A HORSE EVANS'S RESFOIITTiI'E CONDITION -pVii

EVERY ONE WHO KEEPS A HORSE EVANS'S RESFOIITTiI'E CONDITION -pVii

EVERY ONE WHO KEEPS A HORSE EVANS'S RESFOIITTiI'E CONDITION These inestimable - P — ow — cle;s — hrs; been the of having the lives of many eslaable Horsee, and should always be kept in the Stable of the Sportsman, Postmaster, Farmer, Eta , ready to be given in of loss of ' appeti
16 March 1865 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
DORCHESTER.

DORCHESTER.

May 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 LAMENTABLE ACCIDCNT.—W e regret to state that an accident of a most severe nature occurred to Mr. Henry Hawkins, of Wadden Farm, on Saturday night. About eight o'clock on that evening he left Dorchester on horseback for the purpose of going home. When about
16 March 1865 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

The South Wilta Hounds--Friday, Southleigh—at 10.45, The Blatkmonr Vale Foxhounds—Fi iday, PoJyrnore ; Saturday, Bagher-bridge—at 11. Mr. Radolvffe's Hounda—Tharsday, (this day) Piddle• hintnn Village—At 11. Lord Poltimore's Hounds—Friday, Traveller's Rest; Saturday, Evershot St
16 March 1865 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
STIALING GROGULT GOODS AT ,DORCHESTHR%

STIALING GROGULT GOODS AT ,DORCHESTHR%

....—....----. ----........_ Sarah Rogerson was sentenced to three month? hard labour for stealing a quantity of soap, sugar, Ice, the property of Mr. Joseph Morgan, on the let of March. MANSLAUCIHTER AT .ILVERSHOT. The Grand Jury ignored the bill against Henry Christopher, pig
16 March 1865 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
DORCHESTER. IVIRS. MAULE, MILLINER and DRESSMAKER, 45, High East•street, respectfully intimates to the of Dorchester and its •I inity that

DORCHESTER. IVIRS. MAULE, MILLINER and DRESSMAKER, 45, High East•street, respectfully intimates to the of Dorchester and its •I inity that

die has suceeeded to the Dwane.' lately conducted by Mrs. Werra at the above addrese, and trusts, by unremitting attention to all orders entrusted to her, combined with moderate charges, to be favored with • abate of their patronage. March, 1865.
16 March 1865 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
NOTICE. RANDALL, PHARMACEUTICAL . CHEMIST, WAREHAM, has the pleasure to announce that in conseqnenceof the Manufacturers' Price of Chemicals, Drugs,

NOTICE. RANDALL, PHARMACEUTICAL . CHEMIST, WAREHAM, has the pleasure to announce that in conseqnenceof the Manufacturers' Price of Chemicals, Drugs,

Itc., having been lately Reduced, he intend; On and after THURSDAY. 16th MARCH instant, to make a GREAT REDUCTION in the Retail Price of all Article. appertaining to the Drug Trade. T. takes the present opportunity to Muerte that Chemicals and Drugs of the BE sTand PIJREiT quali
16 March 1865 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
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09 March 1865 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
LYME REGIS.

LYME REGIS.

On the 2Sth ult, Mr. W. W. Moore, organist of Lyme church, and professor of pinsic, me an evening's entertainment at the Masonic-hall, Royal Lion Hotel, consisting of a series of dissolving views, and a selection of melodies from the " Christy's Minstrels," which were sung in ch
09 March 1865 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
astculture. OUR AGRICULTURAL FAIRS AND MARKETS.

astculture. OUR AGRICULTURAL FAIRS AND MARKETS.

continua one extracta front " Fyfo on Agri. cultural Fairs and ilarketa," in the Journal of the and Wont of Eugland Suunity, jutt delivered gratis tumaitiliera. Of TIM Fall LISTS. ' We de not so mash objeet to of the fairs being beld and named in relation to days and bolydam bee
09 March 1865 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

CSABLVITON OCCUPIED DT TOR FEDERAL% CAPTORS OF FORT A NDERRoN, AND FXPECTID FALL OW WILMINGTOL—Nsw YoRK, Feb. 22 (Morning).— The occupation of Columbia stureeded by the °ruination of Charleston by the Confederates on the night of the 17th, its occupation by the Feherals on the n
09 March 1865 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England