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BOTTLED ALES .t GUINNESS STOUT

BOTTLED ALES .t GUINNESS STOUT

in Irilliaut coiidiliun. |iiiceb lo suit nil classes. ANGLO-BAVARIAN (ceku'atcd) ALLS imperial Imperial MILD ALL 2l*i <loz. Also IS, t>, anil casks. H. Michelmore & Co. PROPRIETORS POST MANHOOD. If ton wish for Manly Visor, mill fur »>c last an*l most vxluiihlc work Atiu»i*iiv a
July 11, 1902 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
A CURTAIN UK PROTECTION

A CURTAIN UK PROTECTION

A CURTAIN PROTECTION by reason of his belonging that body. He did not think they ought to interfere with their officer in any way with regard to matters of this kind. He regretted very much the Council should have taken such action had impeached the hone>ty and straightforwardnes
July 11, 1902 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
Chicken ... ... ... 5s to Us couple Eggs ... ... ... Ihkl to Is per doi Butler ... ... .•• lUd to Is per lb Cream ... ... ... to Is per lb

Chicken ... ... ... 5s to Us couple Eggs ... ... ... Ihkl to Is per doi Butler ... ... .•• lUd to Is per lb Cream ... ... ... to Is per lb

Chicken ... ... ... to couple Eggs ... ... ... Ihkl to per doi Butler ... ... .•• per lb Cream ... ... ... Is per Bananas Oranges . Lemons Strawberries Oouscbcrrics Uhubarb Is tkl per doe lb (id doz per per lb ... I.M per Tomatoes ... »d P« lb Do. (English) Is'.tJperlb Onions ...
July 11, 1902 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
KINGSWBAH v. BRITANNIA 2nd XI

KINGSWBAH v. BRITANNIA 2nd XI

These teams met at Dartmouth on Saturday, good game resulting in win for Kingswcar by runs. Baiting Hrst, Kingsweur made a disastrous start, Mr Warner, with the fourth ball of bis first, over, bowling Hobbs for bis Hr>t duck for the season. Only 4 runs had been scored, when Munf
July 11, 1902 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
FABRICS.

FABRICS.

rATT££SS ON AVI’HCATIOy W. H. Whiteway,
July 18, 1902 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
MR. BOURNE'S XI,

MR. BOURNE'S XI,

J B Mayo, Neligan, b White ... L V Bickford, b Robinson ... Tucker, c Roysc, b Boclca ... J c Cornabc, b White ... E Tucker, c Royse, b White ... Windcatt. c Robinson, b Ncligan ... Baynes, b Robinson ... Cadet Wilson, Robinson ... Bourne, not out ... J Mayc, Benn, b White ... I
July 18, 1902 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
THE QUARTERLY REPORT.

THE QUARTERLY REPORT.

FLSHING IN THE DISTRICT. Devon Sea Fisheries CommiMee on Tuesday. Mr W. Taverner (Fishery Officer) in his quarterly report slated that during the past quarter be had visited the principal places in the district, including Plymouth, Start Bay, Brixham, Torquay, Teignmouth, Kxmout
July 18, 1902 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
PAID THEM BETTER THAN TKAwLINIJ

PAID THEM BETTER THAN TKAwLINIJ

while the mackerel were about. The boo'etrs Plymouth were making a fairly good season with the whiling and mackerel. At Brixham there had been few fair catches of whiting and mackerel, but on the whole hooking had been rather quiet. Very little hook fish had been landed at Torqu
July 18, 1902 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
AT TOTNES.

AT TOTNES.

AT The annual sale of South Devon rams *ook place Cricket Field, but owing to its being held earlici in the year than usual, or consequence of so many farmers being engaged in the bay harvest, the attendance was not large usual, and all hough some of the animals sold well the gen
July 18, 1902 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
AT THE OFFICES OF

AT THE OFFICES OF

The Dartmouth & South Hams Chronicle, FAIRFAX PLACE, DARTMOUTH. Orders addressed to It. CJIANFOIID SON will receive prompt altcntum.
July 4, 1902 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England