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Central News.

Central News.

Central NEW GAS FOR LIGHTING.—The obnoxious monopoly of the gas companies is likely to meet with a corrective agent in superheated steam, which, being charged with coal tar, produces with marvellous rapidity, and at an excessively low price, any quantity of very rich gas for ligh
March 22, 1860 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
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March 22, 1860 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
Dorsetsbtre.

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E vmovriT.---Lord Wilton and Colonel Dickson. _col. Dickson has forwarded to us a correspondence which taken place between himself and Lord wd to n. The Colonel refers to the fact that he has obtained a verdict against Lieut.-Col. Walker, who suvecdoil him as lieutenant-colonel
March 22, 1860 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
BRADFORD PEVERELL, miles from Dorchester. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY ASESSRS. BAKER and ENSOR, on .01. MONDAY, APRIL 2,

BRADFORD PEVERELL, miles from Dorchester. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY ASESSRS. BAKER and ENSOR, on .01. MONDAY, APRIL 2,

1860, a quantity of capital ASH, LARCH, SPRUCE, SCOTCH, FIR, ind other _POLES, and • quantity of Faggots from the same ; Yea Stickers, Firewood, &c. Also five large POPLAR TREES. Divided into convenient lots, and now lying near Bradford Cottage, adjoining good Roads. The Sale wi
March 22, 1860 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
their friends and the public pas _ now MILLING CO I wager:— it their r T Yr 'MIST "71 -

their friends and the public pas _ now MILLING CO I wager:— it their r T Yr 'MIST "71 -

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March 22, 1860 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
. • Sattgn anb eolon!al Entclligence. FRANCE.

. • Sattgn anb eolon!al Entclligence. FRANCE.

The Monlieur announces that Government has submitted a project of law to the Corps Legislatif for devoting forty millions of francs in loans to mannfaaturers for the renewal and improvement of their machinery. owl another projest concerning the modifications of thetariff for woo
March 22, 1860 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
raegmantb, Vartiantr, anb 13 ordirster TELEGRAM. WEYMOUTH, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1860. ADDRESS.

raegmantb, Vartiantr, anb 13 ordirster TELEGRAM. WEYMOUTH, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1860. ADDRESS.

We have the honour this day of laying before the public of Dorsetshire and the adjoining counties the first number of The IVeymonth, Portland, and Dorchester Telegram, price one penny. _ The want of more extended means of public information, more especially about the middle of t
March 22, 1860 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
YELLOWHAM WOOD, Three Miles from Dorchester. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. BAKER and ENSOR, at YELLOWHAM WOOD PLANTATIoN,

YELLOWHAM WOOD, Three Miles from Dorchester. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. BAKER and ENSOR, at YELLOWHAM WOOD PLANTATIoN,

on TUESDAY, APRIL 3,1860, at One O'Clock in the Afternoon, about 90 LOTS OF POLES, principally of good dimensions, long lengths, and clean consisting of Larch, Spruce, Scoth, Beech, and Ash, well deserving the attention of the Public. Also, about 5,000 FIR and other FAGOTS, whic
March 22, 1860 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
NOTICE TO AGRICULTURISTS. TEWELL'S CHEMICAL MANURE efi WORKS, Bone Crushibg Mills, and Oil Cake Stores, NURSLING, near SOUTHAMPTON. ESTABLISHED 14

NOTICE TO AGRICULTURISTS. TEWELL'S CHEMICAL MANURE efi WORKS, Bone Crushibg Mills, and Oil Cake Stores, NURSLING, near SOUTHAMPTON. ESTABLISHED 14

YEARS. S. JEWELL, in soliciting the continuance of the favours of his numerous Agricultural Friends and the Public, begs to call their special attention to his FLESH AND BONE MANURES, Manufactured expressly as a Top Dressing for Wheat Barley, Oats, and Grass; also for Mangold Wu
March 22, 1860 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
STEAM. rr RE London and Teignmouth Steam Ship 1 Company give notice that their new and powerful Iron Screw Steam

STEAM. rr RE London and Teignmouth Steam Ship 1 Company give notice that their new and powerful Iron Screw Steam

Ship "CITY' OF EXETER," (A. T. TAYLOR, Commander), will (weather permitting) leave LONDON every WEDNESDAY MORNING, and WEYMOUTH every THURSDAY, for TEIGNMOUTH ; and RETURN from TEIGNMOUTII for LONDON every SATURDAY MORNING, according to Tide. Goods must be at the Wharf in London
March 22, 1860 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England