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PLAIN sad FANCY BLACK MATERIALS.

PLAIN sad FANCY BLACK MATERIALS.

BLACK and COLOURED SLLKS, SATINS, &c. GLOVES, SCARFS, LACES, HANDKERCHIEFS, Ac. UMBRELLAS, TRIMMINGS, and HOSIERY. SHEETINGS, BLkNKETS, and COUNTERPANES. DASIASKS, DAMASK CLOTHS, and TOWELS. GENTS' TIES, GLOVES, UMBRELLAS, &o. REMNANTS of ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
January 16, 1900 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
E 5543.

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January 16, 1900 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
ARE NOW HOLDING THEIR SPECIAL NEW YEAR'S SHOW.

ARE NOW HOLDING THEIR SPECIAL NEW YEAR'S SHOW.

A GREAT VARIETY OF USEFUL ARTICLES FOR NEW YEARS GIFTS. FANCY CHIPPINDALE AND COMFORT ABLE LOUNGE EASY CHAIRS OCCASIONAL AND CARD TABLES, MUSIC CABINETS, COAL BOXES, BAMBOO FURNITURE, &c. SEE WINDOWS AND NEW SHOWROOMS. LARt ; E ASSORTMENT OF SCREENS, DOWN QUILTS, BL!_NKETS, TAPE
January 16, 1900 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
PRINCESS HENRY OF BATTENBERG REVIEWS IMPERIAL YEOMANRY.

PRINCESS HENRY OF BATTENBERG REVIEWS IMPERIAL YEOMANRY.

Princess Henry of Battenberg, Governor of the We of Wight. on Thursday reviewed the Isle of Wight contingent of the Imperial Yeomanry who have volunteered for South Africa. 47, were drawn up iu front of tide Town Hall, Cowes. The Princess, addressing them, expressed the gratific
January 16, 1900 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
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January 16, 1900 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL.

URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL.

TUEsDAY.—Present : Mr. W. Seymour On the chair), Mr. L. 11. Ituegg (in the vice -chair), Mess •s. .T. Dean, T. W. It. White, L. H. Rums Mar., J. H. Dalwood, H. J. Seager, G. F. Stokes, W. Cover, H. J. Seymour, W. H. Basics with Mr. A. Ffooks as ! acting clerk, and the surveyor,
January 16, 1900 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
PATRIOTISM IN GMLINGHAM.

PATRIOTISM IN GMLINGHAM.

On Thuriday evening the Di Hall was crowded with Volunteers and ex-Volunteers, the meeting being held for the purpo‘e of enrolling Volunteers for the Front. Great enthusiasm was evinced, and the meeting was opened by a song from Priv. Adams. The meeting was presided over by Capt
January 16, 1900 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
A SOLDIER'S FATE. INTERESTING DISCLOSURES.

A SOLDIER'S FATE. INTERESTING DISCLOSURES.

Ex sergeant Harry Collins, late of the 9th batmen, is at home at 14, Alswitha Terraeo, Hyde Street, Winehester. It was the South Manchester Chroniele which obtained his deeply interesting story•ot War and Peace. Collins, who in forty-three years of age, was mu:caned in a cosy co
January 16, 1900 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
POLITICAL NEWS.

POLITICAL NEWS.

The Central New. underatanda that preparations are being made In Liber.l rank for a severe attack on the Cui.ernment in the House of Commons with respect to the preparations made for the war. The Artillery question is to be brought before the House. A serious dispute has again m
January 16, 1900 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
MARKETS. CORN.

MARKETS. CORN.

LONDON, MONDAY.— W and flour unchanged. Barley quiet. Oats and maize steady tither articlim without material change in value at present. American quotations of wheat and corn came unchaort-d to rather higher, Arrivals :—English—Whea , 656 qrs. : barley, 1,798: oats, 1,622 : tuai
January 16, 1900 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England