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Milline*y

Milline*y

L. E. EI.FORD, St. George’s Square, Dartmouth Millinery, Bonnet*, and Hats, Feathers, Flowers, and Ornaments. Ties, Handkerchiefs, Caps, Aprons, ami Umbrellas. Optician . BUAI All E, 8.0. A.. Certificated Optician, Quay . Dartmouth. Special Room and Appli anc*s lor Sight Testing
February 25, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
WITH QUALIFIED ASSIBT4VT6.

WITH QUALIFIED ASSIBT4VT6.

Paignton Classes the GERSTCN HOTEL. Saturdays, Dancing and Calisthenics, 1.15 am, (This class is in connection with Mass App Voee’s School). Saturdays, Dancing and Calisthenics, 2.30 \ .m. All the NEWEST EXERCISES taught with Skipping Ropes, Castanets, Hoops, Balls, Polos, and I
February 11, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
THK LORDS.

THK LORDS.

The customary ceremonies followed the elevation of * he Lord Chancellor to the title of Viscount Tiverton and Earl of Hatsbury Lord Esher being created viscount, Kir Horace Farquhar lord, and Downe a. peer of the United Kingdom, to their seats. The Earl of Hardwicke, in moving t
February 11, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
GIRLS' FRIENDLY SOCIETY

GIRLS' FRIENDLY SOCIETY

The Dartmouth branch of the above society held its winter festival on Wednesday, February The associates and members met in St. .Saviour's Church at 5.30, and address was given Rev. C. Walker after evensong. It being the Feast of the Purification. Mr Walker took for his subject
February 11, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
DARTMOUTH AND SOUTH HAMS

DARTMOUTH AND SOUTH HAMS

a.n>. that day. when he saw the defendant very drunk and heard him making use of the most filthy language. As witness had cautioned him previously be now took him to the police station and locked him op.—P.S. Hockeridge said about 10-50 p.m. Monday, when duty Silver-street he sa
February 4, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
Miliinp’x

Miliinp’x

L. K. KLF< »RD, SI. George’s Square. Dartmouth Miiliuery, Bonnets, and Hats. Feathers, Flowersaunt Urnauicnts. ies, ilandkerchiets. (.ups. Aprons, and Umbrellas. (PHEWS, aud Hrfor kinds of Rep R Insurance Agent, it with Best Materials linter. Plnm b e pneral Decorat o Iry matters
February 18, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
ATHLETIC CLULo

ATHLETIC CLULo

Dartmouth Foot hall Club - J Ford, capt. J Rogcri*, sub-capt. A earn—C Larnpen, capt. C Macey, sub-capt. Secretary, T Tresidder Treasurer, C Chapman. Dartmouth Cvclino CLUB—Capt. C Moses; sub-capt., 1 1 l*utt : secretary, FC Walls; Treasurer Walls ; Bugler, Pillar. Dartmouth ama
February 11, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
CHURCHES AND CHAPELS,

CHURCHES AND CHAPELS,

St. Clement’s, —Rev. H. F. Tracey tear; Rev. J. C. P. Aldous, Curate. Services—Sundays,lla.m. and in summer 6.30 p ra also. St. Saviour^-Rev. H. F. Tracey, Vicar; Rev. C. W Walker, Curate. Services—Sundays, 8,10-30, and 11 m., 3.30 and 6.30 p.m. St. Petrox—Rev. J. H. Jones, Vica
February 11, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
EFLEMIN Q. fTIO he LET TENDER, from Lady day, 189*, X all tboee prodnctire FIELDS, or CLOSES of LAND, known

EFLEMIN Q. fTIO he LET TENDER, from Lady day, 189*, X all tboee prodnctire FIELDS, or CLOSES of LAND, known

Deer Pork, Pound Park, Second Ponli Pi«ld, Pint Smullcombe. Ttra Small combi, nod Pork Field, situate in the Parish of Stokeflerunx, containing good Pasture and Arable Land, now the occupation of Mr. T. H. Martin. For Tiewing, apply Mr. T. H. Martin, Stokentmiog, and lor conditi
February 4, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
DABTMOUTH.

DABTMOUTH.

TEACHER of Violin, Viola, Guitar, ’Cello, Mandolin. Banjo, and Piano. Pupils prepared for Theoretical Practical Examinations. A term’s notice required GLENHOLME SCHOOL, PAIGNTON. Conducted Tm* MISSES BED WAY, assisted a competent stuff of visiting Professors. Happy home for Boar
February 4, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England