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BOROUGH OK DARTMOUTH.

BOROUGH OK DARTMOUTH.

TO QI AKRYMEN AND OTHERS. ANY person being desirous of contracting for KIPPING and CRACKING .STONE at Tawnst.d (Ju.i.ry during tho ensuing summer, are invited to commu.ticate with tbe undersigned, who will supply them with full particulars of quantities required, times of paymen
April 21, 1905 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
COCOA

COCOA

the beet forEj of fj** every-day The Bishop of Crediton held conflrmuiion service at Saviour a on Saturday evening, v,bea upward* forty candidates from Dartmouth and outlying parishes were presented. Clergy present ware Rev. Sim (Brizbam), Rtf Tracey, and Rev R Blapeon.
April 21, 1905 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
A CASE IN PLYMOUTH.

A CASE IN PLYMOUTH.

A CASE PLYMOUTH. We give here th* case of a resident of our neighbouring town, Plymouth. Miss Ada Lillicrop, of 10, Whiteford Road, ManiiHinead, Plymouth, writes: “Dear Sirs,— Let me tell Vou what good your Doan’s pills have done me. They are wonderful pills, and you are welcome
April 21, 1905 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
NAVAL CADETSHIPS.

NAVAL CADETSHIPS.

The following candidates are declared by the Civil Service Commissionere to have obtained the lirot thirty-six places at the competitive examination which was held on the March, 1905, and following days for cadetships in the Boyal Nary: 1 Lockhart, Anthony via 2 Wollertou, Rober
April 21, 1905 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
THE DEVON

THE DEVON

Steam Laundry Dye Works, Ltd., Newton Boad, TORQUAY.
April 21, 1905 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
Sir Reinald Hanson, Bart., who was Lord Mayor of London in 1886-7 and Conservative Member for City of London from

Sir Reinald Hanson, Bart., who was Lord Mayor of London in 1886-7 and Conservative Member for City of London from

1891 1900, died on Wednesday at Floronoe. Deooa«od had not been well for about a Tear, and bis condition became serious during the pant wek, the tirne his death was on tour for lthe benefit of his health-
April 21, 1905 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ROUND-THE-WORLD "PED." IN DUNDEE.

ROUND-THE-WORLD "PED." IN DUNDEE.

EXHIBITION WALK TO ARBROATH. C. W, Allen, the young pedestrian who a tour round the worid, has been resident in Dundee for the past few days, and last night gave exhibition walk from tlhe city Arbroath. A large crowd gathered at High Street to witness his departure. His free and
April 21, 1905 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
COMPENSATION FOR FIFE MINER.

COMPENSATION FOR FIFE MINER.

LOCHGELtY COLLIERY DOCTOR CRITICISED. Some time ago Thomas White, miner and drawer, Mam Street, Lochgelly, raised an action the Kirkcaldy Sheriff Court against the Lochg-slly Coal and Iron Company, Limited, for compensation at the rate of £1 a week for being incapacitated from w
April 21, 1905 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WORKMEN BLOWN TO PIECES.

WORKMEN BLOWN TO PIECES.

Charles Wainfor and Arthur Pax ton, two workmen, were blown to pieces at Sir B. Samuelson's Newport Ironworks, at Middlesbrough, by an explosion in connection with a turbine blowing engine. Both men were married, Wainfor leaving largo family.
April 21, 1905 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LLOYD'S MAIL NEWS.

LLOYD'S MAIL NEWS.

ARABIA, Bcrntej. left >a ° gf BALTIC, for New York. P- vM 20. , BATHURST, for West Coast BONIFACE' focr BRITANNIA. London. for Sydney. !«<*' CHINA, Sydney fur ril Bombay for Shanghai. A® 1 OOROOVADO, for W«st -»J>' 00®^A^°Vor 2 °'Bo!?toiii left Yori. * DEUTSCHLAND. f«r . tucket,
April 21, 1905 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland