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BillitßECK BANK,

BillitßECK BANK,

houtharopLos Boalchng-, Chancery Lane, London, W.U. CURRENT ACCOUNTS 20/ on the rnenth!v balances, 20/ oot £lO/. 0 DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS 2 1 0 / on Depu•it.,.repay*ble on 2T . 0 demon, 2 /0 STOCKS AND SHARES. and Snares purenased and sold for customer*. 'rho 81t6K&6 ALM,C4 ACK, with
June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

The Mark Lane Express of June 17th says " The country has lost 50 degrees of temperature during the past week, the mean dady warmth of the past seven days having been slightly more than seven degrees below the average. will further delay the cereal harvest. The effect on the whe
June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
Gossip.

Gossip.

It will interest many admirers of a graceful poet and a brilliant prose writer to learn that Mrs. Wilfred Merlell is shortly to visit friends in California. Mrs. Meynell will be absent from England for at haat three months. The Moorish Envoys have been busy sightseeing since the
June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
MALTING EARLE( AND GRAIN EXHIBITION. FORTHCOMING SHOW AT DORCHESTER.

MALTING EARLE( AND GRAIN EXHIBITION. FORTHCOMING SHOW AT DORCHESTER.

MALTING AND GRAIN EXHIBITION. FORTHCOMING AT DORCHESTER. A general meeting of the Dorset United Farmers' Clu.w was bell at the King's Arnie Hotel, Dui - cneeter, in Satur lay, to make arrangements fur bolding a barley and grain show thin year.—Mr. G. Wood-Homer occupied the chair
June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
A WET SUNDAY S6'HOOL OUTING.

A WET SUNDAY S6'HOOL OUTING.

We have no desire to censure the clergy of St. Mary's Church or the tesch-rs of very large Sunday Schools which are so well carried on io the parish. They are always m..st antioue to muneter to toe welfare and happineee of the children, and more eipsciaby ou toe of the annua l .
June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
WEYMOUTH TELEGRAM

WEYMOUTH TELEGRAM

WILL BE ISSUED. pins NEW AND ENLARGED SERIES 1 - WILL TAKE THE PLACE OF PRESENT EDITION.
June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
THE SCHOOLS QUESTION AT PI DDLETRE N THU./E. To tite Rektor.

THE SCHOOLS QUESTION AT PI DDLETRE N THU./E. To tite Rektor.

My Dieu Si,—l have read the account Ot the Pindletrenthide meeting with interest. With reference to your matberette and the allusion to Stratton Board, this figure* su often that with your permbsion 1 will work out the exact figure., compared with the average of ate., if I get a
June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
WINCANTON.

WINCANTON.

Judge Philhrick attended the County Court on Tuesday. There wa, uo business of interest to the public, and the Judge only sat a few minutes. The following extreete from Californian paper. respecting Mr. J. H. H. Lippiart and family, formerly ut this town, will be real with inter
June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
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June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
Established WILLIAM SANDERS Established 1830. 1830.

Established WILLIAM SANDERS Established 1830. 1830.

June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England