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PRESIDATATION OF FLOWERS FOR DECORATION.

PRESIDATATION OF FLOWERS FOR DECORATION.

any flowers= be preserved for several days if a cool and damp or other similar place is at command, where they cesi-be kept neatly or quite in the dark. The PaulOn Flowers, for instance, that we vary rarely see open for more than one day—in fact, this is about th‘e limit of thei
January 9, 1885 - Bridport, Beaminster, and Lyme Regis Telegram - Bridport, Dorset, England
 
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January 9, 1885 - Bridport, Beaminster, and Lyme Regis Telegram - Bridport, Dorset, England
 
THII CHIEF CONSTABLE'S REPORT

THII CHIEF CONSTABLE'S REPORT

Was read by the CLERK of the Pesos, and was as follows : "I have the honour of laying before you the returns of crime in this county for the petit quarter, by which it apars that 174 persons were apprehended by the eonstabulary. They were dealt with as follows —Discharged; 32 ;
January 9, 1885 - Bridport, Beaminster, and Lyme Regis Telegram - Bridport, Dorset, England
 
THI COUNTS ANALIST.

THI COUNTS ANALIST.

The CRILIBM&N said the Curt would recollect the Coief Constable was direoted to employ bis odioers with 6, view to the discovery of any evils arising from persons dealing improprrly with food and other articles. In consequence of that appointment certain matters had been brought
January 9, 1885 - Bridport, Beaminster, and Lyme Regis Telegram - Bridport, Dorset, England
 
oft: HOPE CONGREGATIONAL CHAPEL. WEYMOUTH.

oft: HOPE CONGREGATIONAL CHAPEL. WEYMOUTH.

HOPE CONGREGATIONAL CHAPEL. WEYMOUTH. The annual tea meeting was held on New Year's Day in the schoolroom, whiah was hatefully deoorated with flags and evergreens by Messrs. B. Bolt. T. Locke, A. Maoe, and I. J. 0. Carter. The tables were all given by members of the congregation.
January 9, 1885 - Bridport, Beaminster, and Lyme Regis Telegram - Bridport, Dorset, England
 
DINNER TO THE AGED POOR.-A NOBLE GIFT FROM MR. HENRY EDWARDB.

DINNER TO THE AGED POOR.-A NOBLE GIFT FROM MR. HENRY EDWARDB.

There are few charities or bounties which afford greater pleasure alike to the giver and receiver than the annual dinner which is given to the aged poor of Weymouth by Mr. Henry Edwards, M. P. The sight of some 1100 old people, the youngest 60 years old, is one rarely to be seen
January 9, 1885 - Bridport, Beaminster, and Lyme Regis Telegram - Bridport, Dorset, England
 
COALS 1 COALS ! !

COALS 1 COALS ! !

LOCK AND TRAVERS, COAL MERCHANTS, DORCHESTER, prepared to DELIVER in DORCIII4:4TER the undermentioned COALS at the following Prices : Best Wailsend direct from the Vessel at Weymouth ... w 248. Od. w ... 23e. Od. Clay Cress... . 4 , 235. Od. Eirley Silkstone 225. 6d. Best 8a110.
January 9, 1885 - Bridport, Beaminster, and Lyme Regis Telegram - Bridport, Dorset, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

SPLIT AMONG THE PARNELLIPES. In consequenca of the decision of the Tipperary National Loague Convention refusing to accept his candidate, Mr. Parnell ordered a convention to be held on Wednesday at which he himself attended. In a letter on Mond,.' announoing his Intention, M. Pa
January 9, 1885 - Bridport, Beaminster, and Lyme Regis Telegram - Bridport, Dorset, England
 
WIMBORNE.

WIMBORNE.

Me - cti - o; Copies of this paper can be obtained every Thurs.. lay evening of our agent, Mr. Ward, opposite the Vicarage, to whom items of news and advertisemento should be sent. Mr. Ward is also the special agent for the "National Temperance Publication Depot," Lonaon• - • OF
January 9, 1885 - Bridport, Beaminster, and Lyme Regis Telegram - Bridport, Dorset, England
 
ik/fISS HILLIER begs to inform the inh,bi- tants of Swanage and its neighbourhood she intends OPENINGa First.elass BOARDING and DAY

ik/fISS HILLIER begs to inform the inh,bi- tants of Swanage and its neighbourhood she intends OPENINGa First.elass BOARDING and DAY

SCHOOL at No. 5 PARK-ROAD SWAN. OR TIIKSDAY, 20th. PrOlipeCtUßOP On
January 9, 1885 - Bridport, Beaminster, and Lyme Regis Telegram - Bridport, Dorset, England