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IMM1111•10101m11"1.1mm'''. A SLEEPY SCHOOL

IMM1111•10101m11"1.1mm'''. A SLEEPY SCHOOL

IMM111 1 • 10101 m 11 " 1 . 1 mm''' . A SLEEPY SCHOOL M the Morpeth Town Council proposals were nonsidered for alterations in the staff ot the teachers in the Girls' Borough Schools, under the Corporation, with the view of lessening the expenses in connection therewith. In the co
July 24, 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
TEMPERANCE FETE IN BRYANSTON HIGHER PARK.

TEMPERANCE FETE IN BRYANSTON HIGHER PARK.

The three branches of the Blandford Temperance Society, namely, the Band of Hope, the Young People's Branch, and the Adults united in holding Gala Day on Thursday, forming a procession, headed by juveniles in a large break (kindly lent by Mr. Hammond). The society's banner, the
July 24, 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
TRIED FOR MURDER.

TRIED FOR MURDER.

At the South Tiimerary assizes Richard Hourigan has been tried for the murder of a man nanied Allen. Allen was found murdered in January last, on the road about 900 yards from Hourigan's residence. On that day the deceased had visited the house of Mr. Chadwick, af Damerville, wh
July 24, 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
ENGLAND'S CALLOUSNESS.

ENGLAND'S CALLOUSNESS.

- - - -- Archdeacon Farrar presided on Friday morning at the third and last days' proceedings of the British and Colonial Temperance Congress, at Princes' Hall, Piccadilly. He said that the Arian race had girdled the world with a zone of drunkenness. They had decimated the abori
July 24, 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
THEATRICAL LIBEL CASE.

THEATRICAL LIBEL CASE.

The hearing of • libel action brought by Mr. C cl ol ud le ,d tte o , n th y e ri m da a y na i g n e t r h of e ( a l Lambs, u th ee e n a a c ß n a, el actor,nc th om pa:n i g i i w o s n e t having commenced On the previous day. The parties had played together, but in 1880 th
July 24, 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
VOLUNTARY STARVATION.

VOLUNTARY STARVATION.

An inquiry has been held by the coroner for Central Middlesex into the death of an old Jew,named John Ibbs Saul. Saul, who for upwards of 30 years had been known to the inhabitants of Somers Town as • hawker of songs, and who lived in • common lodging-house in St. Pancras-road,
January 2, 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
WIMBORNE.

WIMBORNE.

SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST A FARMER.—.. I At the Wimborne Petty Sessions on Thursday before Mr. C. J. Parke, Col. Paget, Sir Richard Glyn, Major-General Powlett-Lane, and Mr. E. H. Solly, Henry Ford, a farmer, of Gussage St. Michael, was charged with !laving, on October 20th,malicio
January 2, 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
LABOURERS IN IRELAND.

LABOURERS IN IRELAND.

A movement has been started in Mountrath, , Neen's County, for the formation of a labonrers' league, and an address has been drawn up for circulation setting forth the principles of the league. The distressed condition of the labourers is (the Dublin correspondent of the Times r
January 2, 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
THE BALL OF WOOL.

THE BALL OF WOOL.

This is a very simple game of German origin. The party are seated round a table, from which the cloth must be drawn. A little wool is rolled up into the firm of a ball, and placed in the middle of the table. The company then crapulence to blow upon it, each one trying to drive i
January 2, 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
ABERNETHY AS A Lrcrrnmn.

ABERNETHY AS A Lrcrrnmn.

Abernethy's style in lecturing is described by those who heard him as unique both in communi• eating his ideas and in interesting his pupils. Whim his style had fully develeped it was spoken of "Abernethy at Home." His mode of entering the lecture-rooni, illys Pettigrew, was oft
January 2, 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England