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WOMEN AND lIORTKX'LTURE.

WOMEN AND lIORTKX'LTURE.

in «lisrnbu»inff the prizes lady «>f the Horticultural Stanley. f.pok'» of tho now fi»*M that 4 .(•K'msl out to women roifartl hortirii!i e. They loved their gardens, but had boon in tho ria-sf to accomplish much in thorn fr.fii lack knowledge She was delighted : work being done
July 24, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
THE LATE PROFESSOR BIGG.

THE LATE PROFESSOR BIGG.

The Rev. Charles Bigg. D.D., Regius Profeseor of h-siastical History in the University of Oxford. whose death has been announced, succeeded the late Dr. William Bright in tho professorship, which carries with it canonry of Christ Church. Dr. Bigg was the son a Manchester merchan
July 24, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
WAS DANTE A HUMORIST?

WAS DANTE A HUMORIST?

WAS DANTE HUMORIST? The Rev. Lonsdale Rugg. Prebendary of Lincoln Cathedral and English Chaplain at Venire, has written •’Dante and His Italy (Methuen) bonk to present vivid picture life in Italy in Dante’s day. based, afar possible, upon original authorities. it says: Dante's ow
July 24, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
A CYNICS WORD BOOK.

A CYNICS WORD BOOK.

From Ambrose Bierce's collection of cynical definitions (Arthur Bird), the following arc taken: Alß.—That nutrition- substance abundantly supplh'd by bountiful for fattening of the poor. Architect. One who draft- a plan of your house, and plan- a draft your money; who estimates
July 24, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
PLANTS AND MAN’S PRESENCE.

PLANTS AND MAN’S PRESENCE.

There are two classes of plants which are incited by man's presence describe certain definite movements, write*? Howard J. Shannon in Iforjtrr'.*. One class, the sensitive.* plants, retract their leaflets ns approach them if they resented any attempt closer intimacy, while the o
July 24, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
WAH, li< a tl> CI.KAKKII

WAH, li< a tl> CI.KAKKII

li< a CI.KAKKII J.0.i.: 1u.;.0 l-.iO. C.C, 7-0 ».m. Mount Ki< Iky - - H.oO, 11.5 a.ns.; 1.10, -.lu, 0.20. 8.5 in. tilenorlei s 'li—o.2o, 10.55 a.ni.; 0.10, 7.50 p.m. ’Sumlays. O/Aia in. 800 l - >.(j u.ui. ; 5.15 p.m. PLEASE TRY the only houschok olive oil soa cannot hurt hands or
July 24, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
FOR WHOM YOUR VOTK AND INIXRBST

FOR WHOM YOUR VOTK AND INIXRBST

is SOLICITED, DARTMOUTH BOYS’ BRIGADE. Under the patronage of TUB MAYOR AND VAYORBBB (Dr. ud Mr». R a Smrlr). Lad} Freake, Hod. Mr*. Ooodcoungb. Lad} Von Notteo PjU. Mrs Wilkins, Capt. W. B. OoodcDongh, RN, and Officers of tbs Ko}al Nasal Collrgc; C. B. Ashford, B-q.. H.A. j Pre
October 13, 1905 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
Ai" v m° ke leBs Cartridges per hundred. Bates' Special Smokeless, 6/6 FEB HUNDRED.

Ai" v m° ke leBs Cartridges per hundred. Bates' Special Smokeless, 6/6 FEB HUNDRED.

October 13, 1905 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
EINGSWEA.B CHICKBT CLUB.

EINGSWEA.B CHICKBT CLUB.

THE ANNUAL MEETING. Tb* annul gtnaral of the mngiwiar Orioktt dab was bald oo Taaadaj arsnlng, at tbs Traat-Booaa. lbs dialrman of (Mr W B WatUakal praalJad, and was aaiumad bj tbs FrsaUsat (far Philip A WUUna) and good altaodanos of mam bars. A oomprabaosiTe report of tbs aaaaa
October 13, 1905 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
BABIES PUT IN HOLES.

BABIES PUT IN HOLES.

have gone into n field in Uganda and them found one our women at work with a hoe, writes Missionary Sister in Donahoe’a. T asked her where her baby, ** Maria,” waa, and the pointed to a spot some distance where the banana trees wore thick. I walked under the •hade, and in vain I
October 13, 1905 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England