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PATENT CORN FLOUR.

PATENT CORN FLOUR.

BROWN & POLBONI TA. Lanett" weals,: "This Is TO ATITTNISO 01 HIP 11101111." The moat wholesome part of the bed Indian Corn, prs. pared a Patented for the Three Kingdoms and Praams and wherever it boomed known obtains great fader Ow hidings Cselards, Blancmange' all the nee of am
21 July 1860 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
SOUTHERN TIMES.

SOUTHERN TIMES.

diminution, amounting to 14 less in 1859 than in 1858. Now, gentlemen, I think that will appear to you, beyond ell doubt, a very remarkable circumstance, and one of a most gasifying description. But, gentlemen, although we perceive there has been a diminution of crime in the cou
7 January 1860 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
UPWAY BRICK AND TILe. YAW.

UPWAY BRICK AND TILe. YAW.

TIANDIL ENGLISH BRICK aid TILE maluncru • to ham sod u ltra. lots 1 • 1 ' • UPWAY, PIRA* WIIIeIIOUTIi.
4 August 1860 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
STALORIDOI.

STALORIDOI.

ScricooL Tans.—ln celebration of the birth-day of L. A. Powys, sow is Lid* the children of the National &bode bad their treat, ow Thlubdsy. the 26th last. Aelesehliag at the sehool.roolas. ou Church Hill, tiny, to the washer of 300, geotweded to the rectory, headed by a Ilesatit
4 August 1860 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
181.1 OF WIGHT.

181.1 OF WIGHT.

Eurcralcrrr IN ADVANCI oe This.—The announce• tacit of the accouchensent of the Princess Frederick William of Prussia on Tuesday was telegraphed direct to Her Majesty at Osborne, from the Palace at Potsdam, without any break or interruption. The young Princess was born at 10 min
4 August 1860 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 

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SICILY.

SICILY.

GARIBALDI TS Mauna.—The Florence Nation of Sunday, July 29, contains the following intelligence "Garibaldi has taken Milano and entered - Messina. The Royal troops still weepy the citadel. Baron Ricasoli has left for Turin." DUDA, July 27.—Accoedhig to advises received here the
4 August 1860 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. No Communications will in future be received addressed to any other person than the Editor. A COLLECTOR

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. No Communications will in future be received addressed to any other person than the Editor. A COLLECTOR

from our establishment visits the principal places of business every Saturday ; and appointments may be made with hint at kis at Archer's Royal Library, or at any ofthe .ksellers' shops, by parties desiring iqformation regarding the cost of advertisements, and the settlement of
4 August 1860 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
LONDON. TIOVIL. ♦ND 'LINTS*.

LONDON. TIOVIL. ♦ND 'LINTS*.

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4 August 1860 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
Fine, cloudy Rain, °toady Closdy, Air, wow Me, cloudy Olowiny, snow and wow Gloomy, rain

Fine, cloudy Rain, °toady Closdy, Air, wow Me, cloudy Olowiny, snow and wow Gloomy, rain

17 March 1860 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
CO SSSSS ONIMI• Will LAST TIA U 43 45 45 43 U 51 4 . 7 8 Olocesy. few 40

CO SSSSS ONIMI• Will LAST TIA U 43 45 45 43 U 51 4 . 7 8 Olocesy. few 40

WBW Pow, wariest M W. brisk awl $7 N timely 3$ NW, 8 BE' P`ine 48 BW, brisk !Cloudy, mongol BW, 8440.040 A bastorml• COMITIVID TO Tun Downs Comm Pnosow.— John Bailey, leaving family chargeable at Gulags Bt. Michael James Howland, stealing a dog at Whaborne Minster —1 ad. month's
17 March 1860 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England