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IS EXCEPTIONAL VALUE.

IS EXCEPTIONAL VALUE.

FOR MOTOR CARS. MOTOR CAR RIRE. IN CASK PER 1 GAL. AAIINTS AT BOURNEMOUTH, BRIDPORT, CHRISTCHURCH, MAIDEN NEWTON, PARKSTONE, POOLK, PORTLAND, SHERBORNE, SWANAGE, WIABORNE, WEYMOUTH, YEOVIL, /J. PER 2/6 IMP . DOZ. PINTS. LIST OF AGENTS FORWARDED ON APPLICATION. AGENTS Wri iiToora
June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
SHORT NOTICE Or SALE. ROYAL VICTORIA JUBILEE HALL, WEYMOUTH, VERY SUPERIOR FURNITURE, CABINET PIANOFORTE, OIL PAINTINGS, ENGRAVINGS, and EFFECTS. M

SHORT NOTICE Or SALE. ROYAL VICTORIA JUBILEE HALL, WEYMOUTH, VERY SUPERIOR FURNITURE, CABINET PIANOFORTE, OIL PAINTINGS, ENGRAVINGS, and EFFECTS. M

1 . 0 EI N h i. e v e a d t the Jubilee Hall, On next, JUNP 28th, 1901, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, the very Superior FURNITURE AND Liclutled in which will he found a very excellent dining-room suite ; Mr bedroom suite ; brass and iron bedsteads bedding ; superior cheats of d
June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
SALE . DAY. UPIVEY — . DORSET. IMPORTANT SALK of FKBICHOLD BUILDING MKS. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION (unless piev.ouoy

SALE . DAY. UPIVEY — . DORSET. IMPORTANT SALK of FKBICHOLD BUILDING MKS. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION (unless piev.ouoy

of iry Private co,Aeact), by m r.: r .: ; ii.s. il vi v,v ie: y us o! FULLER, 3 t uN t g he 1901. at 6 o'clock in the &awing preciseiy (suojeit to the con t mon Form Conotiois of Sale of the Dorset Law Socieiy, and to such Special Conditions as shall lie then awl there proatjuie
June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
KHAKI COMMISSION CASE.

KHAKI COMMISSION CASE.

The Lord Chief Justice and a special jury, in the King's Bench Division, have concluded the nearing of an action brought by Major A. J. C. Wrench, formerly of the West Riding Regiment and the Royal Welsh Fusiliers, to recover from Messrs. Langworthy Brothers and Co. (Limited), k
June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
VIPER'S FATAL BITE.

VIPER'S FATAL BITE.

A naturalist correspondent writes: The first fatal viper bite of the season has taken place in Cumberland, when a boy named Hartly, of Whitehaven, was the victim. He was chasing butterflies, and had neither shoes nor stockings on. Running along a brook-side he trampled upon one
June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
A CONSTABLE STABBED.

A CONSTABLE STABBED.

At Marlborough-street Police-court, London, on Tuesday, Teodoro Casoni, twenty-eight, an Italian ice•cream vendor, was charged, before Mr. Denman, with maliciously wounding Constable Barrel], 403 C.—lnspector Fitt in- formed the magistrate that the constable was not yet able to
June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
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June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
A BATTERY OF FIELD ARrILLERY. EN ROUTE FOR CHATHAM.

A BATTERY OF FIELD ARrILLERY. EN ROUTE FOR CHATHAM.

The 131st Battery td Field Artillery rr&e in the comity town to-day, on their way from Okehanipton to Chatham. The B tttery is under the co tttttt and ot Captain K. J. Keyworth, and three and 83 uon-comsnission..d officers and men. Battery brings with it 61 horses. it will be bi
June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
PEOPOsAL TO INCLUDE THOMAS HARDY.

PEOPOsAL TO INCLUDE THOMAS HARDY.

In proposing names for the committee, Col. Willtains auggeosed that of Mr. Thomas Hardy, the Wessex novelist. The Vicar Mr. itirdy's was not perhaps a name which carried as much weightbeing a prophet in his own countryas it d elsewhere, but he thou -rbt if he would join twin the
June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO BE

ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO BE

TO THE MANAGER, HEAD OFFICE: 4, LOWER BOND STREET, WEYMOUTH. AN LEY WIRE STITCHER for faatemns 0 together papers, MSS., dm, of auy number or thickness. The wire stitch is stronger, cheaper. and wears better than the ordinary paper fastener, and IS quite as simple. (nue fruit. al
June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England