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IMPORTANT NOTICE!

IMPORTANT NOTICE!

NEW ZEALAND MUTTON. IN consequence of a Reduction of Prices in London, I reduce all joints One Half-penny per lb. Legs, 61d.; Shoulders, 6d.; Loins, 6d.; Breasts, 5d.; Necks, 51d. Dated, October JOHN RIGGS, WHITE-CLIFF-MILL-STREET. BLANDFORD. "SOOTIGINE" N ew C """c MANURE Sanit
October 27, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
MR. SHAW-LEFEVRE.

MR. SHAW-LEFEVRE.

Mr. Shaw-Lefevre, who spoke at Llangollen on Saturday evening, said he desired particularly to impress upon the English people the absolute connection of nearly every case under the Crimes Act with the land question. The disputes between landlord and tenant arose from the arrear
October 27, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE.

REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE.

With a continuation of fine autumnal weather rapid progress has been made with wheat-sowings.and seed. beds have been made in excellent form, although some of them are quite dry enough. With the end of this rm.iith, should the weath,r hold fine, the greater part of the wheat cro
October 27, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
DECADE OF INDIAN TRADE.

DECADE OF INDIAN TRADE.

According to the latest returns of the sea-borne foreign trade of India on private account, excluding Government stores and treasure, it amounted in 1878 to 5668 million rupees worth imported and 673 . 4 millions exported. In 1887 the imports increased to 6971 and the exports to
October 27, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
WORDS OF WISDOM.

WORDS OF WISDOM.

Promises should be given with caution kept with care. A Mon who works too hard to lay up money it ant to be laid un himaelf. To Wrifers.—Don't put on too much style. Style is only &frame to hold the thoughts,as a window. each holds the panes of glass. Too much sash oh. &cures ti
October 27, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
If you want Good Cake, GO TO J. BATH, CONFECTIONER, ST Cake unsurpassed for quality at 4(1 per lb Good

If you want Good Cake, GO TO J. BATH, CONFECTIONER, ST Cake unsurpassed for quality at 4(1 per lb Good

Home-made Bread delivered daily to any part of the Town. ORDERS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
October 27, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
SUCCFS THIRTY-DAY FAST.

SUCCFS THIRTY-DAY FAST.

Signor Succi, the Italian, began his fast of 30 days on the 22n4 September, at the building of the Barcelona Exhibition. His lart meal consisted of lobster, beefsteak, bread, and wine. He will touch no food until October 22nd. During the night before commencing to fast he drank
October 6, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
A CEMETERY FOR THE POOR.

A CEMETERY FOR THE POOR.

The new cemetery for the poor writes the Naples correspondent of the haily News is now ready, and the poverty-stricken dead will shortly be no more thrown into a common grave, as has been the horrid custom for a century and a half. The families of the poor will have the consolat
October 6, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
SCIENTIFIC NOTES. A Hugo Caldron.

SCIENTIFIC NOTES. A Hugo Caldron.

According to an account given by Dr. Ernst Weisenbauer, Professor of Geology at the University of Heidelberg, who has been recently visiting the natural gas districts of Ohio, the inhabitants of the town of Findlay in that State are actually living over a huge caldron, in which
October 6, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
IW ERNE MINSTER.

IW ERNE MINSTER.

IMPORTANT SALE OF FARMINCi STOCK.—On Tuesday a large and important sale was conducted by Messrs. Senior and Godwin at the Iwerne Minster Farm, when over 1,600 Hampshire Down ewes, lambs, an rains, some first-class Devon steers, fat heifers, excellent working oxen, and twenty-two
October 6, 1888 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England