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INZIDS. PREPARED...I - I SeiNia t t :. P 411 921 1 1 1 411 te *fano. se fIOR.LICK & C. S. 34 fauiiIfioT Bcad. London Lt.
June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
65, HIGH WEST STREET, DORCHESTER.

65, HIGH WEST STREET, DORCHESTER.

June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
SOIJTki DO KS ET.

SOIJTki DO KS ET.

DO KS ET. In a favounte Huntin — g Di 7 itrict — , and within about Two Wes of the County Town of Dorcheiter, whwe there are Stations on the Great Western and South- Western Railways, from which London may be reached in about Three Hour,. A VALUABLE FRIER AGRICULTURAL SPORTING PR
June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
BOON'S STORES,

BOON'S STORES,

NO. 9A. CORNHILL, DORCHESTER.
June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
WISE AND OTHERWISE

WISE AND OTHERWISE

Always certain to be behindhand—the wrist. A credit-table atfair—the dinner that is not paid for. "I wonder why the clmposer called this a cradle song." "Probably I.o..ause it has a rocky tune." --- Cholly Borely (after being interrupted): "Erwhat was I goin; to say ?" Dolly Suf
June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
THE BOER WAIL TWO BIG BATTLES. DE WET DEFEATED. DISASTER TO COLONIALS.

THE BOER WAIL TWO BIG BATTLES. DE WET DEFEATED. DISASTER TO COLONIALS.

Lord Kitchener telegraphed on Saturday neWe Of two serious engagements, one of which I amounted to a British disaster of considerable magnitude. The first fight reported was between • column commanded by Cieneral Elliot and a force under Do Wet—though whether Christian Be Wet or
June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
RUNAWAY HORSE FROM THE R.H.A. BAstRACKS.

RUNAWAY HORSE FROM THE R.H.A. BAstRACKS.

RUNAWAY HORSE THE R.H.A. BAstRACKS. AN ARTILLERY CHARGER'S ESCAPADE. On Saturday morning, about a quarter to 12, an officer's charger, which was grazing in the lt,crea- Lion Field before the Royal Artillery Bureacks, came up on the parade ground, aud observing tlie big yardaloors
June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
THE SEASON BAND.

THE SEASON BAND.

We cor inlay c•mkgr.d the ith.rantare and Baud Comnottee upon having in engaged Mr. F. W. Armstrong, formerly bandmaster in the Grenaoier Gnarls, to turn, a band for the Weymouth season. The baud, consisting of 20 skilled performers, arrived on Saturday afternoon and gave them c
June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
TRZ ST3CK EXCIIANUE. h•TICE

TRZ ST3CK EXCIIANUE. h•TICE

MEKBE It 3f the STOCK E I(iILIANGEi 11 to w ivortteso ter pUrpCNIONI, Ulf tontatte oi reliant to LiLla Ills P,rooos who olvertile 40 Sr A., or Dealers at, not A. shiers If 100 Saik w jotter terstrol of the Committee. A llqf of Sto , :k Exchlaxe who ar• Stox , kan 4 ihare 3r3kore
June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
WHO IS TO PAY THE PIPER?

WHO IS TO PAY THE PIPER?

TEN ancient proverb that "he who calls the tune meet pay the piper" still lingers among us, and it is as a tribute to its survival that the Government lately appointed the Indian financial expert, Sir David Barbour, to report on the finances of the Orange River Colony and the Tr
June 25, 1901 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England