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GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY.

GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY.

ALTERATIONS OF TRAINS, JULY, 1901. WEEK-DAYS. 4 NEW SERVICE of EXPRESS TRAINS w.oli bet PA If DI - TON. READIN(4, YEOVIL, DowiteNTEß. aol WISMOUVI, by toe new rent-, vid HUNGERFORD, 1' tfNEY, and •in p.m p.m dep. a.m. p.m. 9.33 12.35 510 Weymouth 9.0 1.10 4.35 Reading 10.59 1.24
25 June 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
NEW JERSEY EXPLOSION.

NEW JERSEY EXPLOSION.

By an explosion at the firework stores of Mr. Abraham Rittenburg, at Paterson. New Jersey. seven women. six children, and two men are known to have perished. The building consisted of four storeys, and the persons who were on the upper floors at the time were stunned and burnt t
25 June 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
GARDEN WORK. IWOMAN'S REALM., NEWS 1N *A NUTSHELL DRESS-FASHION-HOMI NARCISSUS 6OLDEN SPUR. ?dr. Hooley attended a meeting of the God-

GARDEN WORK. IWOMAN'S REALM., NEWS 1N *A NUTSHELL DRESS-FASHION-HOMI NARCISSUS 6OLDEN SPUR. ?dr. Hooley attended a meeting of the God-

1 manchester Urbau District Council, on Tuesday, to contest a claim at £lB7 made upon him for ! MADAME EMMA EAMES. damage of & road by traction engines. Mr. Madame Emma Eames has returned to the Rooley declared that he would not pay a penny until compelled. Legal proceedings wil
25 June 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
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EACH. t Makes No Dust! eon cannot find a Knife tel 'long or too short, or too or tonthin, or too dirty or rusty. for thie Machine to dean PIM. FECTLY & with GREAT EA.Wi WRIT!! - fiEisi*:l;bNDON. S an P d U f F3 r E ee from Alum. The East bADIRC POWDER in the Wor7J. ACCOUCHEMENT
25 June 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
WEYMOUTH NELSON'S PENSION TEA.

WEYMOUTH NELSON'S PENSION TEA.

That our Widows' Pensions are highly appreciated we have ample testimony in the numerous letters we have received from Widows. , Over £738 in pensions is posted to 1,800 Widows every Friday, amounting to over £38,000 per annum. Now what have these Widows done to get this £38,000
25 June 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
THE ROYAL TOUR.

THE ROYAL TOUR.

The of Cornwall and York on Friday laid the foundation-stone of the railway offices at Wellington; and, as a proof of the prosperity of the Islands, pointed to the fact that, thirty years ago, the ground on which he stood was washed by the sea, whilst now 2,000 miles of railway
25 June 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
BRIDPORT.

BRIDPORT.

A Select Committee of the of Commons on Thursday, r roceeded with the consideration of the Bridport Provi.ional Order Bill, the object of which iv to increase the borough boundary of Priiiport so as to include a portion of the parivh of Bradpole. The Bridport Rural District Coun
25 June 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
PIIDDLETOWN.

PIIDDLETOWN.

•-•- - WERNHAM'S area Smut, Llste. Those who try them once come again. Call. and give our teas at Is Id and Is fid a trial. At 18, South Street. Dorchester. OCR DAILY lIREAD.—For good Digestive White Bread have your supply from E. T. Hygienic Bread I3aker and Confectioner, 9 and
25 June 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
BRUTON.

BRUTON.

A lecture was given at ii..tey's School on June 13th by the Rev.•Prebend iry G. E. Smith, of Barton St. Davit, the subject being " Fossils. and what they teach Tire lecturer for an hour discoursed very simply on this subject. Ifs showed how ea.} , it is to acquire an elementary
25 June 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
DORCHESTER MARKET GROUND. WentigSDAY, 26th, 1901. M " rrliUrk . USUAL DUKE A I VAN will H U li k

DORCHESTER MARKET GROUND. WentigSDAY, 26th, 1901. M " rrliUrk . USUAL DUKE A I VAN will H U li k

( i )L a D s above, of PREPARED HER, 6:c., toe property of Mr. F. ; comprising Prime OAK ASH PLANK. ELM and FIR iioARD 40 PAIRS if OAK GATE and other POST, 504 OAK sod LARCH PILES. RAILINGS, of Seasoned SPOKES FELD ILS, 50 OAK FARM GATES. Stint,, commence at Two o'clock. THE PRO
25 June 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England