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BASINGSTOKE AND NORTH HANTS. Agent for the Berkshire Chronicle. MISS CURTIS, POST OFFICE, BASINGSTOKE. ME. CHAS. R. HA YELL, Head

BASINGSTOKE AND NORTH HANTS. Agent for the Berkshire Chronicle. MISS CURTIS, POST OFFICE, BASINGSTOKE. ME. CHAS. R. HA YELL, Head

Master of the Beading School of Art, proposes forming CLASSES in BASINGSTOKE, for general instruction in DRAWING and PAINTING in WATER COLORS and OILS, suitable for the Amateur, Art Student, or Artizan, Perspective, Geometry, Mechanical and Architectural Drawing. Ladies Class fr
October 5, 1867 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
ABINGDON.

ABINGDON.

Coroner's Inquest - Serious Charge against Mother. —On Saturday, tbe stli inst., an inquest was held at Last , before A. D. Bartlett, Esq.. coroner, on the body Martin Elizabeth Dearlove, aged about fifteen months, tbe' child of William Dearlove and Selina his wife, died accordi
October 12, 1867 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Impudent Robbery.—An impudent robbery by two Eng- I lishmen took place a few days back at Dieppe. A money- ;

Impudent Robbery.—An impudent robbery by two Eng- I lishmen took place a few days back at Dieppe. A money- ;

changer namedJLefebyre, on the Quay Henry IV.. had just opened his office when a stranger came in and asked the way to the steamboat wharf, and. appearing not to understand the direction given him. M. Lefebvre obligingly came out to the street to show the road ; while the money-
October 12, 1867 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
WORCESTER, BROMYARD, AND LEOMINSTER RAILWAY COMPANY.

WORCESTER, BROMYARD, AND LEOMINSTER RAILWAY COMPANY.

The twelfth half-yearly ordinary meeting of shareholders tbe above company was held in the Guildhall on Monday. Mr. J. W. Les (Chairman) occupied the charr and there were also present Mr. E. B. Evans (Depnty- Chairman), Messrs. A. C. SherrifF, M.P. J Kirn, M.P.,VV. Lewis T. R. H
October 2, 1867 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
COMMUNICATIONS TO THE EDITOR. The Editor not responsible for the opinions or statements of Correspondents. THE " U. Vs." AND

COMMUNICATIONS TO THE EDITOR. The Editor not responsible for the opinions or statements of Correspondents. THE " U. Vs." AND

A MEDICAL OFFICER. Sir, —I should be glad to know whether the U. Vs." or "United Vestries" have really held any meeting all since last year. Also whether the letter, signed J. M. Skarratt, lion, secretary to the United Vestries," and published in the Saturday papers, is anything
October 2, 1867 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
MARKETS, FAIRS, &c.

MARKETS, FAIRS, &c.

s d. s. (I. - d - »■ d. ~■„„ ' Beans, Old 0 0 0 Ditto, Old 0 0 0 Oats Old English * DiUo, Old ........ 8 » 8 Ditto, Old Irish.... 0 0 0 0 At„iV;,'„V Vetches, Spring.... 0 0 Malting, per fl . > 8 oKti". » White boilers 0 6 PeansK&t * « P»«P,*re, 510 Evfsham Sept 80.—A small marke
October 2, 1867 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
STOURPORT.

STOURPORT.

Petty Sessions, Wednesday.—Before the Rev. T. Baker, J. R. Cookes, C. Harrison, Slade Baker, and B. Danks, Esqrs. Game Trespass. —John James, of Astley, pleaded guilty to trespassing on land in tbe occupation Mr. R. Proud man, of Astley, in search of game, on the 13th inst. Fine
October 2, 1867 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
CORNS AND BUNIONS. THE AMERICAN ERADICATOR, price 1« , post free stamps.—Gnaranteed ia one operation to effect an instantaneous, painless,

CORNS AND BUNIONS. THE AMERICAN ERADICATOR, price 1« , post free stamps.—Gnaranteed ia one operation to effect an instantaneous, painless,

and permanent cure, tbe root of tbe corn or bunion being completely eradicated. Tbis novel and ingenious little instrument is self-operating, warranted painless and effectual action, and can be used witb 6afety by a child of ten. A complete cure guaranteed or money returned. The
October 2, 1867 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
1111O1TSW MA EGYPT TO First P. awl O. Marine SHIP by Mr ammo

1111O1TSW MA EGYPT TO First P. awl O. Marine SHIP by Mr ammo

October 26, 1867 - Times of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
ouVERNMENT ICE HOUSE.

ouVERNMENT ICE HOUSE.

GuvMINIM:IT ICE HOUSE,—No. 2, d house and pew in ordering bra &al) expertud IYe Intention a Mum to acilit Manny I Ma MEV In otter to for tor of • ,ninny of forrign Ice at a aid charge, It Is In nut min tuter. llnc plot* to their to. merit Government lcu Apollo dinar, Bombay. 'ni
October 26, 1867 - Times of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India