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SOU THERN TIMES.

SOU THERN TIMES.

Mr. Wallis kindly lent a large quantity of china and glass, and Mr. Chalker several tables. Mr. W. Hallett also lent valuable assist:moo. The secretary has received the following note from the first prize winner of the window gardening :—" Dear Sir, —Kindly give the rizo of 15..
14 August 1880 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING AT THE SHORTEST

PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING AT THE SHORTEST

NOTICE. IMPORTANT NOTICE. WEYMOUTH AND DORCHESTER. POTATOES !I POTATOES !!! IMMENSE IMPORT A TION. MILLS AND CHRISTOPHER BEG to annonnoe they have just DISCHARGED, Ex Schooner Flower Cl' Port Joy (J. Smrru, master), 2,600 Sacks of POTATOES ; ex Schooner Soiling! (H. T. Amex, Mas
10 January 1880 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
SOU THE

SOU THE

SAD CASS OF SUICIDIL—An inquest was held on Tuesday evening at the Council House, Salisbury, before Mr. George Smith, on the body of Alfred Stephen Harding, assistant to Mr. Atkins, chemist, who appeared to have taken prussic acid in his bedroom soon after retiring to rest on th
4 December 1880 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
INTEREST in the NEIGHBOURHOOD.

INTEREST in the NEIGHBOURHOOD.

VIEWS and VIEW BOOKS in great variety, Including the ROYAL CABINET ALBION of WEY- MOUTH and PORTLAND, Containing 24 VIEWS for Ono Shilling. CHURCH SERVICES, from Is., in every style of Binding. PRAYER BOOKS, strongly Bound, Gilt Edges, from 84.1. BIBLES in great variety. The TEA
4 December 1880 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
SOUTHERN TIMES.

SOUTHERN TIMES.

to inspire. However, as will be seen, he subsequently behaved in the moat gentlemanly manner, and it is to be regretted on his own account the political fever ran so high, for he had eventually to be carried out of the room in a fainting condition. Possibly even Mr. Cary Batten
27 March 1880 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 

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JOHN VINCENT

JOHN VINCENT

B EGS to call attention to the Quality and Price of his
27 March 1880 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
SIIEPTON MALLET.

SIIEPTON MALLET.

SI'ODEN Daum.—An inquest was held before Dr. Wybmnts, coroner, at the King's Arms on Monday evening, touching• tho death of Ann Budmin, widow, aged 61 years, and living with her son in Tower-lane. It appeared she was as well as usual on Sunday morning, but was taken ill about ha
24 April 1880 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
ENGRAVING AND DIE STAMPING.

ENGRAVING AND DIE STAMPING.

Tn consequence of the great increase of work in these departments Mr. WHEELER has added two new Machines to his plant for Copper-plate Printing and Die Stamping. Ho is, therefore, now enabled to exectite all Orders in the shortest possible time. When necessary °niers can be exec
24 April 1880 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
NEW BOOKS in all Chums of Literature.

NEW BOOKS in all Chums of Literature.

SCHOOL HOOKS kept in Stook. A liberal Di,cosu►t to Schools. PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING IN ALL ns BRANCHES. SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1880. THE ALEXANDRA BOOKSELLING AND STATIONERY WAREHOUSE, UPPER SAINT ALBANS-MTREET, WEYMOUTH (TA' diced ;'o. to from St. Aforperreet to the Ale.eaketem J
24 April 1880 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1880.

SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1880.

31 July 1880 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England