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BATH CORN, SATURDAI.—At our market there was a fair of atl kinds of grain, hut there was little disposition - o do business, and prices remained stationary. Flour lso unaltered. . . GLOUCESTERCORN. SATURDAY.—At our market the Iv wileat was very sum% and trade was firm at Ist wee
June 20, 1879 - Blandford and Wimborne Telegram - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
SYDLING ST. NICHOLAS.

SYDLING ST. NICHOLAS.

- - - -.- The people of this unusually quiet village were on Monday, 9th inst., much enlivened by the Sydling brass band, under the able leadership of Drum-Major Guppy, who has been appointed drummer in the place of Mr. W. Gill,who has resigned. The Major's ready wit was equal t
June 20, 1879 - Blandford and Wimborne Telegram - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
SERIOUS CHARGES AGAINST AN ASSISTANT PAYMASTER. COURT MARTIAL AT PORTSMOUTH.

SERIOUS CHARGES AGAINST AN ASSISTANT PAYMASTER. COURT MARTIAL AT PORTSMOUTH.

A court-martial assembled on board the Duke of Wellington, in Portgmouth Harbour, on Thursday afternoon, for the trial of Mr. George W. , N. C. Mackay, an assktant-paymaster serving on board the Boscawe „ n, training for boys at Portland, on two charges—first, for that he did on
June 20, 1879 - Blandford and Wimborne Telegram - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
THE RUSSIAN TROUBLES. SUICIDES OF OFFICERS.

THE RUSSIAN TROUBLES. SUICIDES OF OFFICERS.

The Goios reports two casos of Russian artillery officers committing suicide—a lioutenant of the 15th Horse Artillery Brigade, at Kiskeueff ; and a subaltern of the 30th Brigade of Horse Artillery, in Bulgaria. The cause of the suicides has not yet transpired.
June 20, 1879 - Blandford and Wimborne Telegram - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
UP WET

UP WET

COAL BLOCKING THE LINE.-0/1 Monday last a luggage train was stopped on the railway a little on the Weymouth side of the tunnel by the wheels of a coal truck giving way. The truck thus fell slantingly on the line, which was entirely blocked, and all the traffic had to pass over a
June 20, 1879 - Blandford and Wimborne Telegram - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
C. TARGETT,

C. TARGETT,

BEGS to call attention to his STOCK of the above, and can supply the PAINTS in lib., 21b., 31b., 41b., and 71b. Tins, of all the principal and useful Colours, such as White, Black, Light and Dark Blue, Light and Dark Green, Light and Dark Stone, Light and Dark Slate, Primrose, &
June 20, 1879 - Blandford and Wimborne Telegram - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
CHARLES GREENING, 2, SHIREHALL PLACE, DORCHESTER, AGENT FOR THE LIBERATOR PERMANENT BUILDING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY, THE UNITED KINGDOM TEMPERANCE AND

CHARLES GREENING, 2, SHIREHALL PLACE, DORCHESTER, AGENT FOR THE LIBERATOR PERMANENT BUILDING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY, THE UNITED KINGDOM TEMPERANCE AND

GE NERAL PROVIDENT INSTITUTION, THE MUTUAL PROVIDENT ALLIANCE FRIENDLY SOCIETY THE STAFFORDSHIRE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY (LIMITED). THE MUTUAL PROVIDENT ALLIANCE Grants-I.—Weekly Allowances in Sickness. 2.—Annuities or Old A 0 Pay. 3.—Sums payable at Death on Single or Joint Live
June 20, 1879 - Blandford and Wimborne Telegram - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
REORITT'S PARIS BLUE, Used in the PRINCE of WALES'S LAUNDRY, PARIS BLUE Used in the DUCHESS of EDINBURGH'S LAUNDRY.

REORITT'S PARIS BLUE, Used in the PRINCE of WALES'S LAUNDRY, PARIS BLUE Used in the DUCHESS of EDINBURGH'S LAUNDRY.

June 20, 1879 - Blandford and Wimborne Telegram - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
121LAKEY'S Patent BOOT PROTECTOR." A Box of -LA these useful, convenient, and universal favourite. sent post free for 5d or

121LAKEY'S Patent BOOT PROTECTOR." A Box of -LA these useful, convenient, and universal favourite. sent post free for 5d or

NI. A small box excels in wear a pair of Soles and Heels, are easily fixed, require no skill, cap ‘ble of being replaced, and "PROTECT THE BOOT" so long as the Upper Iasts.—AGENTS WANTED in every Town and Hamlet in England. Apply to JOHN BLAKEY, LADYLANE, LEEDS.
June 20, 1879 - Blandford and Wimborne Telegram - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
-HIGHWAY. BOARD SUMMONSES.

-HIGHWAY. BOARD SUMMONSES.

- HIGHWAY . BOARD SUMMONSES. Mr. T. Coombs applied, for the Highway Board, that the Bench would declare certain pieces of road at Kingston Russell and .I,ingbredy to be closed as public roads. Mr. M. C. Weston objected that the law stated such application might be made by an auth
June 13, 1879 - Blandford and Wimborne Telegram - Blandford, Dorset, England