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MARRIAQK.

MARRIAQK.

Oct. Hth. Dittisham Congregational Chapel, by Kev. E J. Prior, William, son of the late VV. H. Andrews, Heathlield, to Ellen Gertrude, eldest daughter the late K. F. Pound, Dartmouth. O 'J- 2<sth, Hanover Square, John Adams, aged 4fi. Funeral will leave the house at noon Sunday.
October 28, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
I 2, A Senrle; 3, G J Fish. Ked do.—l, SearJe • F Doble ;3, E B OldrieTC. Oats—l, Doble

I 2, A Senrle; 3, G J Fish. Ked do.—l, SearJe • F Doble ;3, E B OldrieTC. Oats—l, Doble

• 2, Baroness Virte ; 3, A Pook. Clotted Cream —l, Mrs A H 2. Mrs G J Fish; 3, Mrs Hannaford. Butter —l, Toms; 2, Mrs Hannafnrd; 3, Mrs Edgland. Basket of Autumn Leaves and Berries—l, Mrs Chown ; 2. Miss W Bartlett; 3, Mrs Cameron and Mrs Murley, equal. All the class were highly
October 28, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
DITIISHAM POST OFFICE.

DITIISHAM POST OFFICE.

UKLivßUlia -Week days, in. Despatches‘••SO p in. Wall-box, Higher Diuisham. o-lfi p m, mails. Chihlron should I)rt6“Cil Nicely. W. HUM I’HKLV‘S A. Co., Ain'ierloy Houm** can show you well-marie, cheap, and •‘Crricsable Juvenile EuiU, if you only give ihem the opportunity. requir
October 28, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
The Warfleet Pale Ales. THE LIGHTEST AND BEST BEER IN ENGLAND

The Warfleet Pale Ales. THE LIGHTEST AND BEST BEER IN ENGLAND

At 1/- per Gallon. CROWN PALE ALE, Imperial Pints, 3/- per Dozen. In Casks, 1/4 per Gallon
October 28, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
Friday, October 2Rlh, IH9B.

Friday, October 2Rlh, IH9B.

Work upon the College site and roads now well in hand. Yesterday eighty raen and nearly dozen horses and carts were employed. The road leading from the path above Mr Jackmans wall, the lower plateau of the site, now well defined, and it obvious that the gradient will an easy one
October 28, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
Xsooal Xnt«llftgono«.

Xsooal Xnt«llftgono«.

Xnt«llftgono«. ARRIVALS THK CABTLE HOTKL— Mr G. M. Jauncey, Capt. Mallandaine, Mrs Greenshields, Mr and Mrs C. Shaw, Mr Wills, Mr Fraley, Mr J. V. Cornish, Mr Waldrond, Mr Dyer, Wallace, Mr Mills, Mr Jones, Mr Druiff, Mr Wilkinson, Cavhill, Mr Taylor, Mr Pook, Mr Vibert, Mr Nugen
October 28, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
Mr Gough said the investigation ordered by the Board of Trade was into the circumstances attending the explosion of a

Mr Gough said the investigation ordered by the Board of Trade was into the circumstances attending the explosion of a

boiler on September 12th on board the fishing smack Hippie, 46 tons, owned by J. H. Fox and W. H. The boiler was made by Simpson, Strickland, and Co., of Dartmouth, but the persons who were actually engaged in the manufacture of the boiler were no longer in the employ of that fi
October 28, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
}l. MICH ELMORE PROPRIETOR.

}l. MICH ELMORE PROPRIETOR.

WILLIAM J. GRANT, FASHIONABLE BOOTMAKEIt, HOUSE (New Ground), DARTMOUTH. BESPOKE ORDERS and REPAIRS NO TROUBLE TOO GREAT, REQUEST TOO SMALL, TO DEMAND OUR PROMPT AND CAREFUL ATTENTION. HIGH-CWSS LADIES’ & GENTS' BOOTS & SHOES. EASY, GRACEFUL, THE LARGEST AND BEST UP-TO-DATE STOC
October 28, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
FUNERAL OF LADY SEALE.

FUNERAL OF LADY SEALE.

FUNERAL LADY SEALE. As brietly reported in our last issue the remains of the late Dowager Lady Seale were interred in the family vault Townstal Church on Friday morning. For some hours prior to the ffneral the weather was very stormy. Thick rain was driven along from the S.W. by
October 28, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
Ernest Jiawke’s CASH STOKES, FOSS STREET, DARTMOUTH.

Ernest Jiawke’s CASH STOKES, FOSS STREET, DARTMOUTH.

October 28, 1898 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England