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OPENING OF PARLIAMENT.

OPENING OF PARLIAMENT.

The assembiug of the Houses of Parliament for the third session of the present Administration was signalised on Thursday by unusual activity at Westminster, particularly at the offices of the different political organizations. The usual ceremony of inspecting the vaults in searc
February 11, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
STOURPAINE.

STOURPAINE.

SUDDEN DEATH—On Tuesday morning an old resident of this parish named John Ball, aged 79, died suddenly while dressing. About 6.30 a m. the old man's grandson,who sleeps in an adjoining room, heard a fall, and on entering the bedroom of deceased lie found him on the floor, partia
February 11, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
33T-.41.1\7 JD FORM _

33T-.41.1\7 JD FORM _

COUNTY PETTY SEssroxs.—Saturday : Before the Bon. W. H. B. Portman, Mr. J. C. Alansel-Pleydell, Co!. W. P. Okeden, Sir Chas. D'Oyly,and Mr.E.W. B. Portnaan. John Brown, labourer, was charged with poaching on land occupied by Mr. Chas. Kent, at Milborne St. Andrew, on Dec. 15th.
February 11, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
"DOLLY DODDLEKINS."

"DOLLY DODDLEKINS."

A young man named Edward Worster, has been tried at the Northampton assizes on a charge of libelling Mrs. Laura Parsons, at \Vest Haddon. The prosecutrix, a middle-aged widow, deposed that her husband, a well-to-do surgeon, died in 1885. The prisoner was in their employ at the t
February 11, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
– CORNER COFFEE HOUSE.

– CORNER COFFEE HOUSE.

- CORNER COFFEE HOUSE. Subscriptions :-ss. annually; 6d. monthly. ADIG 1:1.00D1C, Open Daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. LIBRARY (about 200 vols.) , Boots Exchanged wedneway Evenings from b. 15 to 9.15 Bible Meetings on Friday evenings at 9 15, in the Young Men be heartily welcomed A
February 18, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
BAD NEWS FROM BRAZIL.

BAD NEWS FROM BRAZIL.

Protection has been carried to such a pitch in Brazil as to make imports from Europe all but impos- sible. This is all the more disagreeable because we have hitherto done a considerable trade with Brazil. In several departments of trade the new tariff, which came into operation
February 18, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
STOURPAINE.

STOURPAINE.

ENTERTAINM ENT.—A very successful magic lantern entertainment was given in the school-room on Friday evening. The first part was occupied with an address on some microscopic objects by the Rev. R. C. Crokat. The objects appeared very clearly on the sheet. The audience seemed gre
February 18, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
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February 25, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
A MIXED LOT OF PARISHIONERS.

A MIXED LOT OF PARISHIONERS.

Modern Jerusalem, I believe, is the most variega. ted religious locality in the world. Bishopsgate must he a good second. Quite • third of our pimple ass Roman Catholics : Jews flourish and abound: Devonshire House is the Mecca of Quakerdom : an anciet i, meeting-house still sur
February 25, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
DIFFICULT LANGUAGE TO LEARN.

DIFFICULT LANGUAGE TO LEARN.

We may thank kind fate that Basque is not the language of a sufficiently large proportion of the civilised human race to make it a necessary part of our education. For what should we say of a language in which the noun has six nominatives besides twelve other cases 1— of its adj
February 25, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England