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Kiv e r* Oart.

Kiv e r* Oart.

Kiv r* Oart. I'ln* I Torbay Stcum Packet Co.'? wiil ply • ami Totm« d jnng tiu* work toilow* From From Totn'‘n. 19 i-::. | •n m. 7-:» 1 o-i:, i--i" T. s-!*. lu 'I «» 29 w. i«>.:}•» 21 Hi. S.i:. i-9 » <• 2»» ■.» u _ ii*r* No. 1 COMI’AN'V 2nd DEVON DIVISION ROYAL AUTILLKUY. COMPANY
February 18, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
CLIP OCT AND KEEP.

CLIP OCT AND KEEP.

1181—Alexander 111. Pope, died and was succeeded Lucius 111 —The Jew Maim ides was physician to at Cairo.—Henry II England issued ordinance commanding every person to provide himself with arms according to his degree. 1182— The Jews were expelled from France.— Henry of England w
February 18, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
Petty Guildhall, Tuesday, 11 a.m. Before E. Tew (in the chair), F. Davson, W. H. Rees, and W. H. Angel,

Petty Guildhall, Tuesday, 11 a.m. Before E. Tew (in the chair), F. Davson, W. H. Rees, and W. H. Angel,

Ksqrs. APPLICATIONS. Mrs Handley, of the Lindsay Arms, applied for a transfer of the license from her husband to herself. Granted.—Mr W. H. Burt, Queen’s Motel, applied for an extension of one hour for Wednesday evening, on the occasion of his annual dinner. He pointed out that
February 4, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
TRADE DIRECTORY

TRADE DIRECTORY

Apartments, Kto. MRS. K. SMITH. Union Dartmouth. Furnished Apurtuurots, with or without attendance. Terms moderate. BaKsrs and Confectioners. J. R. ARNuLD, Baker and Conteetioner. Smithstreet, Dartmouth. Agent tor the Upper Assam and other Teas. Home-brewed Ginger Beer. J. CLARK
February 18, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
The Warfleet Pale Ales. I’HE LIGHTEST AND BEST fiEER IN ENGLAND per Gallon,

The Warfleet Pale Ales. I’HE LIGHTEST AND BEST fiEER IN ENGLAND per Gallon,

The Warfleet Pale Ales. LIGHTEST AND BEST fiEER IN ENGLAND per Gallon, At I'- THE PALE DINNER ALE, Imperial Pints, 2/6 per Dozen I CKOWN PALE ALE, In Casks of all Sizes. I In Casks, 1/4 per Gallon Impeiial Pints, 3/- per Dozen & Co., Dartmouth
February 11, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
MRS, ELIZA BARBARA TRELOAR (Deceased),

MRS, ELIZA BARBARA TRELOAR (Deceased),

Monster Sale! THIS DAY and throughout the Month, ttt W.H. WHITE WAYS Sweeping Reductions Mantles, Jackets, COSTUMES, MILLINERY And FUR NECKLETS, SEAL CAPES Thotitands of Yards of Black and Coloured Dress Goods AT CLEARING PRICES. GREAT REDUCTIONS IN LADIES’ UNDERCLOTHING SKIRTS
February 11, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
K. MICHELMOIIE

K. MICHELMOIIE

PROPRIETOR
February 11, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
TH AND SOUTH HAMS ;enoe.

TH AND SOUTH HAMS ;enoe.

AT THK CASTI. and Mrs H* Vick, Mr Warder, Mr Mon Kiloe, Mr Parsons, Mr Hull: frett, Mr Lamb. Smith,' >wn, Mr Goodman. M-3 p 111 , Frf^H in the occupatiol m Premises, now lacrnft, batcher. MONDAY. Ulh, at Berry Farm, Totncs, Sheep and Lambs and South Devon Bullocks (most of which
February 11, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
No. 1 COMPANY

No. 1 COMPANY

2nd DEVON VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY WESTERN DIVISION ROYAL ARTILLERY. COMPANY order. Lieut. A. GooDRtD iE, Com.nan Png. Details Duties ami Drills for week end February 19th, Duly— Lieut. Good ridge, Scrgt, Back, Corp Trumpeter Knapraan. Next Lieut. Good ridge, C.S.M. Bastard, Battcrsl
February 11, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
CHRONICLE LECTURE ON YACHTING.

CHRONICLE LECTURE ON YACHTING.

YACHT CLUBS AND THEIR DEVELOPMENT. Before the Torquay Natural History Monday, Mr A Bridson, J.P, Commodore the Dart Boat Sailing Club, and Rear-Commodore of the Start Bay Yacht Club, lectured on Yachting." He commenced observing that the Plantaganets appear have been the first E
February 11, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England