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i VIEWS OF THE WEEKLY PRESS.

i VIEWS OF THE WEEKLY PRESS.

MR. CHAMBERLAIN AND THE "CIRONTHSTS." The Spectator divides the English Home Rulers intellectually into three classes. One section, not very strong in numbers, but with great influence,maintains, like Mr. Parnell, that Ireland is peopled by a nation, that the Irish majority has
September 29, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
WHAT _THEY WERE THINKING OF.

WHAT _THEY WERE THINKING OF.

They had been talking or a long time. Arabella's chair was tired, and Plat fora change she sat upon John's lap. There was a good deal of silence for a few minutes. " are you thinking of, John dear ? " asked Arabella. " Just what you are, sweet," replied John. " Oh, you horrid,ho
September 29, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
A SLIGHT VARIATION.

A SLIGHT VARIATION.

"A thing of beauty is a joy for ever," I sang as, gaily tripping down the street, She came, bright as the glorions springtime weather, Her form spci b, her face divinely sweet ; "A thing of beauty—surely I have found her, Ah !could I weave love's silken w e b around her!" I soug
September 29, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
A BAD HABIT.

A BAD HABIT.

"Now,hubby,before we were married we promised to tell each other of our little faults and try to correct them, do you remember, dear !" " Utiphuh," grunted the husband, who was deep in reading the latest scandal. "Well, we've been married a week, and I notice • bad habit you ha
September 29, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
T FIE 11T,ANDF ORD WEEKLY NEWS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1888.

T FIE 11T,ANDF ORD WEEKLY NEWS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1888.

lbt Clomp aboubiell ma 2 WITCHAMPTON. 331.A.NDFORD. THE PAPER-MILLS BURNT DOWN —A disastrous fire broke out late on Thursday night in Burt's well-known paper-mills in this village, and so strong a hold had the devourin on the premises, that the whole of the mills and stores were
September 29, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
WHAT IS SCHISM?

WHAT IS SCHISM?

Mr. Osborne Morgan, M.P., presiding at a meeting of Calvanistic Methodists at.lirymbo, referred to the correspondence between the '.mar of Brymbo and Canon Ryle on the question of Dissent. The hon. member said that in making the assertion that "Dissent is schism, and schism is s
September 29, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE.

REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE.

The sunshine and dry weather for a couple of weeks —the two weeks when greatly desired—have caused market prices to lose some of the rates to which they had advanced. This decline on English wheat samples has been very severe, immoderately so, owing to the compulsion of farmers
September 29, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
„ THE BLANDFORD WEEKLY NEWS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1888

„ THE BLANDFORD WEEKLY NEWS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1888

CHAMBERS OF COMlC'Etrt,:r. The autumnal meeting of the Association of Chambers of Commerce commenced on Tuesday, at Cardiff, some 200 representatives of Chambers throughout the Kingdom being present.—Colonel Hill,the president, after pointing out the enormous commercial developm
September 29, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
REPORT ON EDUCATION.

REPORT ON EDUCATION.

The final report of the Commissioners on the , Elementary Education Acts was peblished on Friday. The lealing conclusions to which Commissioners hare arrived are that on the whole the demand for school accommodation has been fairly met ;4,1191 the power of deciding on the claim
August 18, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
FACTS AND FANCIES.

FACTS AND FANCIES.

RIMARKAIII.II SPRlNll.—There is a pool in Utah only a foot deep, and situated at a high altitude, which refuses to freeze even in the severest winters. There is another that mysteriously replenishes itself with half-grown trout. One stream, though clear as crystal to the eye, an
August 18, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England