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STOKE FLEMING, NEAR DARTMOUTH.

STOKE FLEMING, NEAR DARTMOUTH.

rno BE SOLD by private contarct, all that very J. desirable COTTAGE, with the Garden and Orchard Ground thereto adjoining and belonging, situate in the village ol Stokefleming, now in the occupation of George Simpson, Esq. The cottage and grounds are beautifully situated, with s
November 1, 1869 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
Wm. B. ATKINS AVING disposed of bis late Stock to Mr. R, Peek, has since made extensive and important purchases

Wm. B. ATKINS AVING disposed of bis late Stock to Mr. R, Peek, has since made extensive and important purchases

of ENTIRELY NEW AUTUMN AND WINTER GOODS, Which he purposes having for Sale ON FRIDAY NEXT, When he particularly solicits a careful inspection of the same, every article being of the newest design and manufacture, and will be found 20 per cent, cheaper than from stocks purchased
November 1, 1869 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
SPECIAL

SPECIAL

SHOW IN THE Various Departments, SUITABLE FOR THE More Advanced Season. Invites an Early WHITE WAY,
July 24, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
CRIMINAL LAW IN IRELAND.

CRIMINAL LAW IN IRELAND.

The diversity of tho adminis-tration of the criminal law in Ireland has been illustrated the past week, remarks the Outlook, procedures at Petty Sessions and at Courts of Assize. In Co. Sligo, by a remarkable departure from later practice, Crown placed number of persons on trial
July 24, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
OTLEV MURDER SENTENCE.

OTLEV MURDER SENTENCE.

MURDER SENTENCE. James Jefferson, tweufy-one. was sentenced death Leeds Ar-Mze- Saturday for the of Elizabeth Todd. met Mrs. 'lmid lev, and killed her. rut off her head. eel was that insanity.
July 24, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
rSetum 1/-

rSetum 1/-

1/- WESTERN UNION Ob' FREE CHRISTIAN (Unitarian) CHURCHES, MONDAY EVENING NEXT ope:s*-air meeting will held the GROUND, to commence at 7.iJO. - L. O’CO.VNOH, 8.D., of Torquay. h|xaKira i, J. 11. IiEU’UEU, of rlymoutb. A cordial invitation is given to ail, especially to those unco
July 24, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
Do Spiders Sleep?

Do Spiders Sleep?

Spiders Sleep? The question. “Do spiders sleep at night? not easy answer, says writer in the St. Xir/iolas Magazine. 1 hose made careful observation of the sleep ants, and that could be* done* watching colonies in their artificial formicaries. It is almu*t impossible to deal with
July 24, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
THE NOBILITY OP WORK.

THE NOBILITY OP WORK.

I pray you n'luombor. says Peak in PiLtnam'n Monthly, there is, «•«» hut search for it. something ennobling in every vocation; in every enterprise which engage* ‘the effort* of man. assured that, whatever fate is befall us. nothing bad con come sink info that wretched existence
July 24, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
THE MOLE CRICKET.

THE MOLE CRICKET.

••I wonder whether you have ever see** this very curious insect.” writes the Rev. Theodore Wood in the “Moat likely you have not, for it live* in burrows the ground, that, although it quite common many parts of the country, very fewr people ever meet with it. But sometime# you m
July 24, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
A BUMPER CROr.

A BUMPER CROr.

Kansas man was telling stories with refer* the propensity farmer* over*! ato the size their wheat-crops, says writer in the Sunday Magiz'nr. told of elderly man Topeka, who was engaged in the hardware business. A farmer, who was always giving skilfully padded accounts his wheat-
July 24, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England