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WRITE TO

WRITE TO

PAISH & CO., TORQUAY. For particulars of PIANOS that may pur On Terms similar in plan to TIMES ** Encyclopaedia Britunnica.” A NEW 21-GUINEA UPRIGHT PIANO 42 MONTHLY PAYMENTS OF 10/6 42 MONTHLY PAYMENTS OP 10 6 42 MONTHLY PAYMENTS OF 10,6 42 MONTHLY PAYMENTS OF 10 6 21 MONTHLY P
June 15, 1900 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
SUBSCRIBED TO BY EVERYBODY

SUBSCRIBED TO BY EVERYBODY

and be made thoroughly representative. He did not see the fun of having a list of about dozen or twenty subscribers, who gave to everything. With regard to the Indian Famine Fund, he did not think the amount mentioned the Mayor, namely £6, reflected ranch credit upon Dartmouth—(
June 15, 1900 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
CRAYONS

CRAYONS

Every Colour, Ja. per box (assorted).
June 15, 1900 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
THE SOCIETY OF ST. GEORGE.

THE SOCIETY OF ST. GEORGE.

The secretary of this society writes us thus:— I am desired by the general Committee to enclose a copy of their annual report, and to thank you for your patriotic support assisting to bring about the revived national observance of St George’s Day (April 23rd). The report deals s
March 29, 1901 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
THE WAR

THE WAR

SITUATION TO-DAY. BOERS DEFEATED,
March 29, 1901 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
TOWH AND PAROCHIAL OFFICEES Guabdians—M Whittle, W A Hawke, T W Bales, and T Wilton. All come out of office

TOWH AND PAROCHIAL OFFICEES Guabdians—M Whittle, W A Hawke, T W Bales, and T Wilton. All come out of office

lebroary, 1901. Ovkkseeeb—l J Voisey, W Underwood, G Hitt. Assistant OveEseeb—H Wickens, Market Square. Registrar Births, Marriages and Hawke, North Embankment Relieving Officer— H Marks Bridgotouo, Totnes. Coroner W Prideaux. Deputy Coroner, P Hookin.
March 29, 1901 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
WHITE WAY,

WHITE WAY,

DARTMOUTH MARKET SQUARE
February 15, 1901 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
LOST,

LOST,

handsome BLACK RETRIEVER, answering to the name of TRAMP.” Anyone bringing him to the Chronicle Office, or giving information as to his whereabouts, will be rewarded. Any person or persons found detaining him after this notice will prosecuted. mO LET. PROSPECT COTTAGE and DEN.—A
February 15, 1901 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
A WORD TO THE WISE.

A WORD TO THE WISE.

Devon people send away so much of the natural products of the county that sellers will do well to note the observations of Judge Granger at Pen- zance. The Court of Appeal, said bis Honour, had come to a decision of vital importance to all who supplied goods to strangers at a di
February 15, 1901 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
67 0 0 162 1 6 OUTSTANDING LIABILITIES OF THE BOARD AT THE END OF THE YEAR. £ 8. d. 3,966 12 0 86 7 6

67 0 0 162 1 6 OUTSTANDING LIABILITIES OF THE BOARD AT THE END OF THE YEAR. £ 8. d. 3,966 12 0 86 7 6

67 0 0 162 1 6 OUTSTANDING LIABILITIES OF THE BOARD AT THE END THE YEAR. 8. d. 3,966 12 86 7 Loans from Public Works Loan Commissioners outstanding Other Liabilities 2,537 I* il £2,583
February 15, 1901 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England