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03 April 1894 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
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03 April 1894 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
itourbridge.l Hardy Scotch Cabbage, &e., seed ... Potatoes, and Seeds. Write for Pries Lid. f,CAULT7TT, tlron,r, Yltalret St LADIES' AILMENTS,

itourbridge.l Hardy Scotch Cabbage, &e., seed ... Potatoes, and Seeds. Write for Pries Lid. f,CAULT7TT, tlron,r, Yltalret St LADIES' AILMENTS,

IRREGULARITIES e k B6TRUCTIONS, &o.—The Advertiaez nig tiled ° every known Remedy in Vain, has discovered a Pimple Moans of ficlf.Care. Partieulars will be Free of Charge.—Writo privately, enclnsing stamped envelope, to MRI 3. cl. CLAW, 116, SOUT}IA-NIPPON PUILDINGS LONDON. WC.
03 April 1894 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
COL. ROBERT WILLIAMS BEFORE THE ELECTORS.

COL. ROBERT WILLIAMS BEFORE THE ELECTORS.

FARQUHARSON' SPROSPECTS "ROSY.' The annual meeting of the West Dorset Conservative Association was held on Wednesday last in the Tory Hall. South Street, and in connection therewith a public meeting was held at the Drill Hall, when about 500 persons were present. The chair was o
03 April 1894 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
ODCOMBE.

ODCOMBE.

Miertionisx CHAPEL. —The anniversary was celebrated on Easter Sunthiy. The afternoon and evening services were conducted by Mr. Newbold and Mr. Collins, of Yeovil.—On Monday, a public tea was provided in the school-room, of which over 70 persons partook. The following presided a
03 April 1894 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
TEMPLECOMBE.

TEMPLECOMBE.

RAILWAY PE - ELA — NC - 1: Lvi — ILTIN : .— On Good Fridsy, the sixth annual gathering in connection with this mission was held, a public tea being first held, at which about 200 people sat down. A public meeting waa afterwards held, the room beinp crowded. Mr. W. Dyer, of Yeovi
03 April 1894 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
Considerable sensation was caused Itt 'Upper Woodford on Easter Monday evening, when it became known that Mr. Charles Fred Flower,

Considerable sensation was caused Itt 'Upper Woodford on Easter Monday evening, when it became known that Mr. Charles Fred Flower,

aged 36, had committed suicide by shooting himself, in the house of his brother, Mr. Stephen Edwin Flower, with whom he had been staying for a day or two. Mr. R. A. Wilson (coroner for the district) held an inquest at Mr. Flower's house on Tuesday afternoon at five o'clock. Step
03 April 1894 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
Half-a-million dollars is the amount of damage done by a the in a Virginian lumber yard on daturday. An attendant

Half-a-million dollars is the amount of damage done by a the in a Virginian lumber yard on daturday. An attendant

at the Rickaitsbar Asylum has been arrested on the charge of causing the . death of a patient in that imtitution. Du supplying defective armour plate., Carnegie, the fatnous Pittaburg irontnasters, bern mulcted in penalties aluuunting to 140,000 dollars. Lord Dufferin has promis
03 April 1894 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
p ps's catATIMIL—CONFORTING. COCOA aonnw WATEZ Olt MILS.

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03 April 1894 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
ESTABLISHED 1830. NrESSRS. MILLEDGE & SON, Auctioneers, _L Appraisers, Estate, Land, House, Apartmeuts, Insurance, and General Commission Ageuts, have several

ESTABLISHED 1830. NrESSRS. MILLEDGE & SON, Auctioneers, _L Appraisers, Estate, Land, House, Apartmeuts, Insurance, and General Commission Ageuts, have several

first-class RESIDENCES to be LET FURNIS HED and UNFURNISHED and for SALE in Weymouth and the neighbourhood, full particulars of which appear in their Monthly Register. For the only MONTHLY Itr.GISTER published in Weymouth apply to the above, sent free on application. PROPERTIES
03 April 1894 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England