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THU PRISON CHARITY FUND.

THU PRISON CHARITY FUND.

Mr. H. B. AllonLvroN proposed Mr. Brymer and Mr. Arthur Mansel, both of whom were memlnsrs of the committee, should be asked t ) become trustees of the charity fund.
January 6, 1882 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England
 
DORSET INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL.

DORSET INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL.

Mr. H. B. MIDDLXTON roue to m ike the following resolution :—"That the resolution passed at the Easter Quarter ions, 1880, in reference to the maintenance of boys sent to the Milborne Industrial S diool, be amended, so as to include boys committed to such school by borough justi
January 6, 1882 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England
 
" PROORESS," A LECTURE BY MR. B. FOSSET-LOCK.

" PROORESS," A LECTURE BY MR. B. FOSSET-LOCK.

A meeting of the members of the Dorchester Liberal A siociation was held at the Temperance Hall on Monday evening last, for the purpose of hewing a lecture on " Pmgiws " by Mr. B. Fossat-Lock, barrister.at-I ave. The attendance was not so large as might have been anticipated, bu
January 6, 1882 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England
 
L'4lllllMow WIMBORNE PETTY BEBSIONB.

L'4lllllMow WIMBORNE PETTY BEBSIONB.

FRIDAY. Prownt—lt )v. Caq. J. Glyn, Oil. Di4by, and Sir John The license of th 3 Rose and Crown Inn, Lytohett, we temper3tily tranertivd from His. Mike to Jomph It rit-p..ffier, of tioarnemeutb. Gorge a WoliiedoWa labourer, was summoned for d unken end r'otous c —Tee chfetid was
January 6, 1882 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England
 
BURTON BRADSTOOK.

BURTON BRADSTOOK.

ENTERTAINMENT.—On Thur-day evening a pleasing entertainment, under the chair mandiip of .R. F. Roberts, En., of Cogdon, was held at the 'Readingr ,ron. Being It ild in the midst of the Christm is holnisys, the reoni was filled, and the an Henna was thoroughly gratified with the
January 6, 1882 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England
 
WEIGHTY QUE3TIONS

WEIGHTY QUE3TIONS

The other night a muddle-headed old lady heard the sound of out of doora, and wondered what could be the cause of such a thing at that unearthly hour. They old her it was the Waits; ‘vhettatpu she naturally proceeded to enquire whether they wore Troy or Avoirdupois.
January 6, 1882 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England
 
BOITANIMOUTS.

BOITANIMOUTS.

A meeting comprising the whole of the Nonconformist ministers of Bournemouth was bald en Monday morning, when a resolu ion WM unanitnowly pa.sed protesti g against the proposal of the London and South-Western Railway Company to run Sunday trains to Bournem uth from London and So
January 6, 1882 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England
 
IRELAND. SHOCKING MURDER.

IRELAND. SHOCKING MURDER.

At Irishtown, Westmeath, on Saturday morning, Mrs. Croughan, who was 85 years old, was in her kitchen abut half-past eight o'clock, when a tall dark man entered, pulled a revolver from under his coat, and fired, missing her, but breaking a dish on the dreFs,r. Mrs. Croughan and
January 6, 1882 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England
 
S PECIALITY.

S PECIALITY.

TIORE4ENTATI6Nnit — G - 1 - 3 - Fi AND CLOAK JL I aIFANTe I WHITE MERISOI ne 114 ti I oR , STENING CLOAK, Bewitifully Embroidered. A ItTICIAS NI SUN CHRISTEN. 6 1 ' FOR lIITO Pine Tucks, and ONE Trimmel with handsome Needlo-f GUINEA wok. On roe Int cf P. 0.0 Carriage to any Rail
January 6, 1882 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England
 
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January 6, 1882 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England