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THE BREAK-UP OF HOME LIFE.

THE BREAK-UP OF HOME LIFE.

A writer in the World says that one of the most characteristic figures of the present social state which we seem to have derived full-grown from America—is the woman who is never at home. Her business in life seems to be to go out. It is commonly supposed by her friends that she
June 5, 1896 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
The armour round in chateau M Aiane, France, and believed to be the suit bestowed by Charles VIL Joan of

The armour round in chateau M Aiane, France, and believed to be the suit bestowed by Charles VIL Joan of

Arc after the siege of Orleans, will fit a lady of sft. 4in. This, then, wee probably the height of the Maid of Orleans. event almost without precedent has occurred at Mortiers, a little country town in the department ol the Aisne, where Monsignor Lesar, a prelate of th< Papal h
June 5, 1896 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
Sales Auction. BY MESSRS. WORSFOLD HAYWARD. DOVER. VTEBSRB. WORBFOLD & HAYWARD have received instructions from the Representatives of Mr. Philip

Sales Auction. BY MESSRS. WORSFOLD HAYWARD. DOVER. VTEBSRB. WORBFOLD & HAYWARD have received instructions from the Representatives of Mr. Philip

Penn, deceased, to Sell by Auction at the WELLESLEY HALL. DOVER, ON THURSDAY. 11TH JUNE, 1896, At Three o'clock in the Afternoon, in Four Lots, the undermentioned FOUR FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD RESIDENCES. LOT I. I No. 3, THE PADDOCK, MAISON DIEU ROAD, well-built Freehold Residence
June 5, 1896 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
Some Baking a Pleasure (now.) TRY IT FREE. Miwn. Brown and Poison, of Corn Flour have produoed a Flour for

Some Baking a Pleasure (now.) TRY IT FREE. Miwn. Brown and Poison, of Corn Flour have produoed a Flour for

home-baking, which the*' have called Paisley Flour, and which requires no yeast or other raising agent. For bread, scones, tea-cakes pastry, &c., the new " Paisley Flour " is entirely successful if little of it mixed with ordinary flour The peculiar advantage is that the process
June 5, 1896 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
Longevity Stoke Newington.—A correspondent writes as follows:—" This parish (Stoke Newington) can match most for longevity. There lives hard by

Longevity Stoke Newington.—A correspondent writes as follows:—" This parish (Stoke Newington) can match most for longevity. There lives hard by

this house an old woman, aged who will serve any chance customer with penn'orth of tacks or a pound of butter. A week or two ago she was not very well, and remarked thit she 'really thought this must be old age at last.' Some hundred yards furthur live-* an old gentlewoman, upwa
March 12, 1864 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
VICTUALLING, &c., THE POOR OF THE DOVER UNION. Board of Guardian* of the above Union will ready their Meeting to

VICTUALLING, &c., THE POOR OF THE DOVER UNION. Board of Guardian* of the above Union will ready their Meeting to

held en Fiiday, the of Instant, receive Tenders for the supply Provision*, Ac., from the 18th March to the 17tli June, 1801. Forms of such Tenders may had application to the Master of the Workh' Use, and other will received. N.B. The lowest Tender, approved of, will be accepted,
March 12, 1864 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
THE QUEEN'S SIGNATURE.

THE QUEEN'S SIGNATURE.

If it found possible, according to Parliamentary rule, the attention of the House of Commons, says London correspondent, is likely to bo called by means of a question to the form of the Royal signature to the Queen's message to the Lords the other night. This is! headed " Victor
July 12, 1889 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
WEEK IN DOVER.

WEEK IN DOVER.

WEEK DOVER. FUNERAL OF MAJOR DICKSOX, M.P.—The funeral of the late member for Dover took place at Glemliam, Suffolk, his country seat, on Monday afternoon. A special train left Liverpool Street Station at ten minutes to eleven in the morning ; and amongst those present were the n
July 12, 1889 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
TERRIBLE COLLIERY EXPLOSION.

TERRIBLE COLLIERY EXPLOSION.

A terrible explosion—or rather two explosions, one following the other in quick succession—of fire-damp occurred at a quarter to twelve the other morning the Verpilleux Pits, owned by the Saint Etienne Colliery Company of France. Three hundred men were the mine at the time of th
July 12, 1889 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
Trade Notices. WOODIIUFF,. Watchmaker, Goldsmith, Jeweller, & Optician. Very Fine Assortment of SILVER & BEST QUALITY ELECTRO-rLATED GOODS for WEDDING

Trade Notices. WOODIIUFF,. Watchmaker, Goldsmith, Jeweller, & Optician. Very Fine Assortment of SILVER & BEST QUALITY ELECTRO-rLATED GOODS for WEDDING

PRESENTS, kc. CLOCKS SUITABLE FOR PRESENTATIONS RUSSIA LEATHER WRISTLET & AVATCH COMPLETE-255. 355. 455. SPECIAL THE "MILITARY" SILVER KEYLESS JVA TCII, Sis. 31s. Sis. OUR SILVER LEVER WATCH ENGLISH MAKE THROUGHOUT. £2 17s. 6d. 17s. 6d. 17s. 6d. ■2, NEW BRIDGE, DOVER (Near Natio
July 12, 1889 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England