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CRANBORNE.

CRANBORNE.

In Alderholt district itself the Liberils lost a lodger claim through the form not being sent in up to time. At Cranhortie there was a question of tit-forsiat, both Liberals and Conservatives losing a lodger through the payment not being sufficient. In the latter case tne father
25 September 1900 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
WINTIR CARROTS.

WINTIR CARROTS.

Sometimes on strong, wet soils Carrots intended for drawing in a small state during winter suffer much from the attacks of slugs and grubs. This difficulty can be surmounted by sowing in a spare frame in a sheltered spot and in light friable soil. The roots can then be covered i
25 September 1900 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
_ . MONEY. INSURANCE, &c. - - WHY BE SHORT OF MONEY, When it can be obtained from .ClO TO

_ . MONEY. INSURANCE, &c. - - WHY BE SHORT OF MONEY, When it can be obtained from .ClO TO

£2,000 various sums, by all respectable persons, of all occupo- Boni professions, on sisteLE PituMISE to RE-PAY. No BILLS of SALE TAKEN. STRICrEST PRIVACY OBSEAVED. LOW INTEKE:sT. No connection wito ba(o4 Bank, or Private Gentlemen, wnose wily object is to Fees. No ENfjUIRY FEES
25 September 1900 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
AMONG TILE HUMOURISTS• "He'e a very versatile young man." "Indeed?" " ; there ieu% any kind ot work that he

AMONG TILE HUMOURISTS• "He'e a very versatile young man." "Indeed?" " ; there ieu% any kind ot work that he

can't shirk." • • • Gladys : I thought you said he was rich ?- /s 1 : Oh, no! I merely said he had more ; money than brainy. . . Percy : She is all the world to me. What would YOU advise to de S -Jack : See e little More a the world, old fellow ! • • • She : Do you believe that
25 September 1900 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
NOTICE.—A WANT Advestbowienboont oti this term be accepted tor insertion in the Eleven Distinct Imam of the "TELEIRAIE," 'WESTERN CHRONICLE,

NOTICE.—A WANT Advestbowienboont oti this term be accepted tor insertion in the Eleven Distinct Imam of the "TELEIRAIE," 'WESTERN CHRONICLE,

" SOMERSET LEADER, "YEOVIL " ILMINSTE LEADER," ir In aecor lanoe With tho accompanying Seale of Charges. Three Insertion; will be inade for the price of Two.
25 September 1900 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
H- OTEL SERVANT.—WANTED, a good SERVANT to assist in bar; good wages: no family.—Applv, at once, Mrs. SANDERS, Cross Hands,

H- OTEL SERVANT.—WANTED, a good SERVANT to assist in bar; good wages: no family.—Applv, at once, Mrs. SANDERS, Cross Hands,

Piludoili , near BristoL Glos. [2357. T AD.—Waltman. Strong LAD; 17 or 18, to assist in garden and make himself generally useful ; wages 10ii weekly : good tetereuce.—Mrs. LRADFORD, House, Yei.vil. [12339. 1 - AD WANTED, abont 16, to milk and noire himself useful indeors.—THOMAl
25 September 1900 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
H J. MILLER, FAMILY BREAD AND BISCUIT BAKER. W IT° FiIiTI „ L" SiEr A N A ND R:ETINLAL MEU-

H J. MILLER, FAMILY BREAD AND BISCUIT BAKER. W IT° FiIiTI „ L" SiEr A N A ND R:ETINLAL MEU-

CiIANT. GROCER & PROV 'SION DEALER. SHIPPING SUPPLIED. ADDRESS: MAIDEN STREET , AND I I, 2, & 3, CHURCH PASSAGE ? WEYMOUTH, [125.
25 September 1900 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS.

BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS.

SOUTHERN STAR, DORCHESTER TIMES, WEYMOUTH GUARDIAN, & PORTLAND HERALD. (Established as the "Weymouth Journal" in 1855, the "Weymouth and Dorset Guardian" incorporated in 1866, the " Dorset Leader" in 1867, and the Dorset County Post" in 1883.) REGISTFAtEII FOR TRANSMISSION ABROA
11 December 1900 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
THE INVASION OF ENGLAND. STRONG SPEECH IN THE FRENCH SENATK PARIS, Tuesday. A bill for the increase of the navy was discussed by the Senate to-day.

THE INVASION OF ENGLAND. STRONG SPEECH IN THE FRENCH SENATK PARIS, Tuesday. A bill for the increase of the navy was discussed by the Senate to-day.

M. Combes, who addressed the House en the 'abject, said he did not think the bill was adequate, and advocated the building of more cruisers. General Mercier said that the object always to be kept in view was the ability to take the whether the conflict was by sea or by land, so
11 December 1900 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
The EQUIPMENT of UPTON MANOR HOUSE, wiMeh

The EQUIPMENT of UPTON MANOR HOUSE, wiMeh

MESSRS. IW. DUKE & SON are instructed by R. HsYNN,. Esq., to SELL by AUCTION, on the Residence being acquired by the Admiralty wider Compuh , ory Powers, at the Property Ito .rn, Dorchester, forth' better coarealeace of Sale, c,rly In JAMUL! Ileatta. tOtilta
11 December 1900 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England