Who optional
What else? optional

Choose from our collections

By region

Narrow your search results

By Date
By Access Type
By Place Show filters
By County Show filters
By Newspaper Show filters
Clear filters
By Article type Show filters

Your search returned 66,429 articles

WILLIAM TILLEY st SON, MARBLE AND MONUMENTAL MASON, Ac., PRINCE S-STREET,DORCHESTER, BEG te inform the Public that they have the

WILLIAM TILLEY st SON, MARBLE AND MONUMENTAL MASON, Ac., PRINCE S-STREET,DORCHESTER, BEG te inform the Public that they have the

Largest Stock in the County of Ready-worked MONU• MEN TS,HEADVFONES, CROSSES, Ac.. &0., In MARBLE and STONE, in • Variety of Designs; also • Large Assortment of EVERL &STING MEMORIAL FLOWER WREATHS and CROSSES, all of the Latest Patterns. SHEETS with upwards of 500 Designs forwa
March 20, 1885 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England
 
GENTLEMEN & TRADESMEN Would do well by consulting Messrs. LEE & C 23. Upon all matters requiring privacy, financial or

GENTLEMEN & TRADESMEN Would do well by consulting Messrs. LEE & C 23. Upon all matters requiring privacy, financial or

otherwise. No fees. Address-20, King Street, Finsbury Square, RC., within 5 minutes' walk fmm Great Eastern, North London, and Metropolitan Railways; 'Buses and Trains to all parts of London. YOUNG GENTLEMEN leaving School OURcan be introduced to every description of Profession
March 20, 1885 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England
 
YEAST 1 ' JR GOOD FRIDAY. ....—. "GERMANIA" BRAND Is BEST and moat EGONOMIOAL for BUNS. H. W. SANDERS, lb,

YEAST 1 ' JR GOOD FRIDAY. ....—. "GERMANIA" BRAND Is BEST and moat EGONOMIOAL for BUNS. H. W. SANDERS, lb,

WATER LANE, GREAT TOWER STREET, LONDON, Z.C.
March 20, 1885 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England
 
SINGULAR MIUDYBNTURE.

SINGULAR MIUDYBNTURE.

(rem Mediu...field that early on day morslog Mr. Welteralohnes, • clerk in the employment of the (.I.m pony, heard • noise in the of his house, and went downstairs armed with • revolver. Its diecherget through the du,rwo of the calor, and when he procured • light fouud that he h
January 16, 1885 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England
 
PSISTLAND.

PSISTLAND.

Tim ill.troatment of boys in the Royal Navy is, so far as can be at present observed, a mai evil, and that should be enquired into. It is alleged that during the late cruise of the Northumbellasid, numbers of boys, varying from half-a-dozan to eighteen, were ii .gged nearly ever
January 16, 1885 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England
 
DORCHESTER.

DORCHESTER.

I'. D. MEWL= won third prize with his Dutch tet at the Swkd.n Show on Wednesday. Vz are glad to hear • chrysanthemum show will held in Dorchester in the autumn. ALBERT VICTOR —Mr. A. Legg, of the l A, Farm, one of the Duohy tenants, received an it.ition to be present at the ball
January 16, 1885 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England
 
BURNT TO DXATH.

BURNT TO DXATH.

Mr. William Carter held an inquest on Saturdey at the Hose and Thistle, Warner.v...d, Camberwell, on the body of Mrs. Mobeby, aged 60 years, the wife of an independent gentlemen residing at 65, Warnerroad. Mr. P. Mobsby raid the daces/ad his mother, and he resided with her and h
January 16, 1885 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England
 
Obbo anb cram

Obbo anb cram

Obbo anb Mr. Woodhall, the Libeal member by Stoks•upon- Trent, will on Wednesday, March 4th—lf the "orders of the day' are sufficiently discharged—move the second reading of the Bill to extend the Parliamentary Franchise to women, which stood for December 9th, but was postponed o
January 16, 1885 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England
 
WIMBORNE

WIMBORNE

A memorial brass has been o ecteti in the Minster to the memory ot the late l'Anton Onslow. ENTERTAINMENT.— k capital eutertAinuient was given by the members of the "St Cuthiserga" Society on Friday in the Corn Exchange. The Harmonic , Society performed several selections, and M
January 16, 1885 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England
 
ANNUAL COUNTY BALL.

ANNUAL COUNTY BALL.

This annual gathering was held on Tuesday, and was very successful. Messrs. Hogg and Smith hal decorated the Corn Exchange beautifully, and everything was done for the comfort of this visitors. The refreshments were provided by Mr. Gush. confectioner. Among those present were :—
January 16, 1885 - Poole Telegram - Poole, Dorset, England