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WEYMOUTH . . WINLES'ALN AND RETAIL. E. MILLS HAS much pleasure in announcing that he has recently OPENED a BRANCH BUSINESS IN KING STREET. FOB THE SALE OF FRUIT, FLOWERS, & VEGETABLES. For some considerable rim. he has carried on businesswith the inhabitants of this very importan
June 18, 1895 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
DRANDRETH'S SUGAR-COATED PILLS

DRANDRETH'S SUGAR-COATED PILLS

will undo this work in a few hours, undo it, however far it may have gone. These little pills are invaluable, and should find a place in every household. They cure Constipation, Indigestion, Liver and Kidney Troubles, Sick Headache, Ililionsness, and Mental Depress•ion. Forty pi
June 18, 1895 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
SEED.

SEED.

LONDON. WZDNESDAY. The seed market. se might have been expected, was thinly attembki, and presented no feature of special interest. The prolonied drought naturally has put a stop to all consumptive sowing orders. New French trifohum for August delivery was still offered cheap, a
June 18, 1895 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
husband and father had used with wonderful

husband and father had used with wonderful

benefit for his liver and kidneys. She gave her son some of it, and made him keep on taking is. In three days he felt better, and by-and bye the pain left him and he e,ould eat and digest his food. From that hour all was plain sailing ; the alorm waa over. He gaiued streogtb dai
June 18, 1895 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
IMITATION-THE INSINCEREST FORM OF FRAUD.

IMITATION-THE INSINCEREST FORM OF FRAUD.

Where imitation or mimicry goes no further thau fair•play, there is something to be said in its defence. It argues a certain humility of mind that a person should acknowledge himself incapable of originality, and it is better to follow humbly a beaten track than to du nothing. I
June 18, 1895 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
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June 18, 1895 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
THE AUTHORESS OF "UNCLE TOM'S CABIN."

THE AUTHORESS OF "UNCLE TOM'S CABIN."

CELEBRATES HER 84TH BIRTHDAY. Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe, the authoress of "Uncle Tom's Cabin," celebrated her 84th birthday at Hartford, Connecticut, on Sunday, when she received numerous congratulatory I,tters, including many from England and other European countries.
June 18, 1895 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
LATEST SPORTING NEWS. CRICKET.

LATEST SPORTING NEWS. CRICKET.

DORCRESTeR B v. MAIDEN NEWTON.—Both teams strongly represented on Thursday on the Maiden Newton ground. Maiden Newton made 107 for five wickets, when play was stopped owing to the rain corning on. SHERBORNE CASTLE v. THORN FORD. —Played at the Castle on Saturday, and ended in a
June 18, 1895 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
£25 To £5,000. DON'T BE WITHOUT MONEY. LOAN & DISCOUNT OFFICE. This olu.estalnisned am! well•knosa Office, i‘hich is noted in

£25 To £5,000. DON'T BE WITHOUT MONEY. LOAN & DISCOUNT OFFICE. This olu.estalnisned am! well•knosa Office, i‘hich is noted in

the United Kiagdom for its straightforward dealings and treatment, lends immediately at Lower Interest than charged by others, in sums from the above, to all respectable persons, of all occupations and professions, on their NOTE of HAND ALONE, WITHOUT BobilisMEN, and WITHoUT ANY
June 18, 1895 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England