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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1882.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1882.

not inconvenience them the tape may leek on, but that not so, and the company stand upon their rights. As this is the first case you will be fined sa. and costa. The company aro dealing very kindly to you, this being the first cue, but they wish it to act as a warning, so that o
2 September 1882 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
SOUTHERN TIMES.

SOUTHERN TIMES.

A SELLING HUNTERS' HURDLE RACE PLATE of 90 sous. Four-years-old, list 12Ib ; live and upwards, 12st 31b. The winner to be sold by auction for 50 soya. Two miles, over eight flights of hurdles. Mr. Saildford's Duchess of Gloucester, aged, 12st 3lb (J. Leatheren) 1 Mr. R. Thirlwel
2 September 1882 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
DORCHESTER. ADJOURNED QUARTER SESSION& â??At these sessions on Saturday Mr. H. B. Middleton and Mr. E. Pearce were present. There

DORCHESTER. ADJOURNED QUARTER SESSION& â??At these sessions on Saturday Mr. H. B. Middleton and Mr. E. Pearce were present. There

DORCHESTER. ADJOURNED QUARTER SESSION& —At these sessions on Saturday Mr. H. B. Middleton and Mr. E. Pearce were present. There was no business to be transacted, and the court was further adjourned until September 99th. Mr. Gilee Symonds represented the Clerk of the Peace. AUDIT
2 September 1882 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
SOUTHERN TIMES.

SOUTHERN TIMES.

the annual licensing meeting, and there being no objections all the licensee were renewed. The following report wan presented by Supt. Coward :—" Head Constable's Office, Guildhall, 28th August, 1882. Gentlemen,-1 have much pleasure in banding you my twelfth annual report as to
2 September 1882 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
BLANDPORD.

BLANDPORD.

COUNTY PETTY SESSION& —.SATURDAY : Before Mr. J. J. Farquharson and Mr. J. C. Maneel-PleydelL—Eliza Coward, of Bryanstone-street, Blandford, pleaded guilty to being drunk on the 13th of August. P.C. Kimber stated the defendant was very drunk in Bryanstone-street. and on his tell
2 September 1882 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
SHERBORNE FLOWER SHOW.

SHERBORNE FLOWER SHOW.

The annual floral fete in Sberhorne Park was held on Wednesday in the finest of weather, and was attended with great success. The exhibits were displayed to the best advantage in several large marquees, that Us which the collections of plants were arranged being a splendidly com
2 September 1882 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1882.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1882.

another. Prizes, consisting of new bar-framed hives, were offered to the cottagers who rent the best ekops of bees for manipulation, and Mr. J. Brine and Mr. Bowditch, both of Melbury Osmond, are to be congratulated upon being successful. The tont was numerously visited, and all
2 September 1882 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
SOUTHERN TIMES.

SOUTHERN TIMES.

searched the prisoner, and found concealed in his trousers the pocket handkerchief produced, and which was witness.' property. He told prisoner he should put him in the cell, but he refused to leave the other boys. After being ordered again ho did so, and when ho got into the ya
2 September 1882 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
YEOVIL

YEOVIL

RIMS SHIN/TING MATTILOn Monday afternoon a match took place at the Yeovil range between teams belonging to the Yeovil and Salisbury Rifle Volunteers. Wimbledon rules, 1882. Seven shots allowed at each distance-200, 500, and 600 yards. The Yeovil team were victorious by 14 points
2 September 1882 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
AXBRIDGE.

AXBRIDGE.

HONOUR AND GRATITDDL —At the fortnightly meeting of the A:bridge Board of Guardians on Tuesday Mr. Nipper, a tradesman, of Axbridge, appeared before the Board and stated when a child it was his misfortune to be left an orphan. He was placed in the workhouse, where he remained fo
2 September 1882 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England