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Under Distinguished Patronage.

Under Distinguished Patronage.

rOR FIRST-CLASS PORTRAITS of 1 - every description, go to W. PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO, who is now sending out Portraits not to be equaded at the following prices : Cartes de visite. I Cabinets. 3 copies ... 2/6 I 3 copies ..• 51- 6 „ ... 3/6 „ 716 12 „ 6/- 112 „ ... 12,6
January 23, 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
LADIES' COLUMN.

LADIES' COLUMN.

For the first Court Drawing Room of the year Queen and the ladies who go to Buckingham Palace have generally exceedingly ;severe weather, and this year has been no exception to the general rule. Few of us are so indifferent to cold, or rather so enamoured of it, as her Majesty ;
March 6, 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
SETTING A GIRL ON FIRE.

SETTING A GIRL ON FIRE.

Jeanne Marie Dubosq, 48, a Frenchwoman, a. hawker of egg., has been tried at the Jersey assizes ~or the murder of Marie Riot, a French girl, aged 14, by wilfully setting fire to her clothing. The prisoner went toe public-house, where the girl woe employed Rs a servant, and asked
March 6, 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
DYING ON A FATHER'S DOORSTEP.

DYING ON A FATHER'S DOORSTEP.

A sad death has been investigated by a coroner and jury at Woolwich. The deceased was Elizabeth Young, aged 32.—John Simmons, her uncle, atated that a few days ago she called to see him. When she was leaning, he asked if she was going home. She replied, "I dare not go home. If I
March 6, 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
(From Truth.)

(From Truth.)

It is really monstrous that the Ministers who were summoned to attend the " Speech" Council, should have been made to waste valuable time by travelling to Osborne for it. If it were necessasy to hold the Council on Wednesday, surely it was the plain duty of the Queen to come up
January 23, 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
THE NETEIERBY BURGLARY AND MURDER.

THE NETEIERBY BURGLARY AND MURDER.

The trial of Ridge, Martin, and Baker for the murder of Constable Byrnes at Plumpton on the night of the 29th October, while endeavourinz to appre. bend them for the burglary at Netherby Ball, and subsequent murderous assaults at Kingstown an d Carlisle, was commenced on Monday
January 23, 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
SPIRIT OF TIIE WEEKLY PRESS.

SPIRIT OF TIIE WEEKLY PRESS.

AN UNWISE EXPERIMENT. The Spectator contends that the retirement of Lord Carnarvon the Viceroyalty of Ireland, and that of Sir W. Hart-Dyke from the Secretaryship, mark the failure of an experiment which nifty have been well-intentioned, but was, if not morally wrong, decidedly
January 23, 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
A "FOREIGN" KARRIAGE.

A "FOREIGN" KARRIAGE.

In the Probate and Divorce Division on Saturday, the case of Townley v. Townley and Lyle came before Mr. Justice Butt. It was a petition presented by the husband who held an appointment in the National Bank, Limited, praying for the dissolution of his marriage on the ground of t
March 20, 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.-MONDAY.

HOUSE OF LORDS.-MONDAY.

Lord Stratheden and Campbell called attention to the report of Mr. Childers' Committee on the Westend riots on February 8, and moved that the rr vonsibility for the unfortunate occurrence devolved on the Government collectively, and not on any single branch of executive. Lord Th
March 20, 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
FIGHT WITH SALVATIONISTS.

FIGHT WITH SALVATIONISTS.

A Salvation Army procession at Bishops Stortford on Sunday resulted in a serious disturbance. A grand demonstration" was announced to be held, and about 2 o'clock the " Army " left their barracks with a band that had been reinforced,and paraded the streets of the town. A crowd o
March 20, 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England