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COUNTY COURT.

COUNTY COURT.

FRlDAY.—(Before his Honour Judge Hackonochie) —Sydney Knott, miller, S‘c., of Sturminster Newton, sued Edward W. Allner, dairyman, of Hazelbury Bryan, for £29 3s 9d, the claim being made up of two sums, namely £2l 13s 9d, balance of cheque, and £7 10s, loss sustained by plaintif
27 October 1892 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
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.........-. THE Nk F EKLY NEWS, THUhSDA.Y. OCTOBER 27, 1892. 5 _ "1^ MORTGAGEES• he wera to Mr. enrMs' office at Poole. He went to SANITARY INSPECTORS' football. - l'oole and took the deeds with him. He saw Mr. Curtis and told him that he had brought the deeds, as ASSOCIATION. ,
27 October 1892 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
AN ACCEPTABLE COMPROMISE.

AN ACCEPTABLE COMPROMISE.

The Spectator can see no ground for dissatisfaction with Mr. Asquith's decision. It is quite true that London has grown too large for any public meeting out of doors to be of the least value from the "forum " point of view. fhe speakers cannot be heard, the crowds will not toler
27 October 1892 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
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that he lost his practice. Noill then migrated to Chicago, and started a surgery in West Maddisob-street. Here he soon arned an unenviable reputation. In 1881 was advertising a specific for the cure of epileptic fits, and a railway official sent his wife, a. young lady of prepos
27 October 1892 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
HOW GORDON DIED.

HOW GORDON DIED.

In his new book, "Ten Years' Captivity In the Mandi'siCamp," published ou,Thursday by Sampson Low and Co., Father Ohrwalder thus describes Gordon's death at Khartoum: That night proved to be the last night on earth for Gordon and thousands of others. While they were sleeping sou
27 October 1892 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
THE LARGEST PROPRIETARY FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT IN THE WORLD. ESTABLISHED 1848.

THE LARGEST PROPRIETARY FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT IN THE WORLD. ESTABLISHED 1848.

27 October 1892 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
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27 October 1892 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
A daring burglary was committed during Saturday night at Northcote, R..igate, the residence of Mr. Frederick Charles Pawle, a county

A daring burglary was committed during Saturday night at Northcote, R..igate, the residence of Mr. Frederick Charles Pawle, a county

magistrate. The property stolen included silver candlesticks, a gold mounted scent bottle, a gold mounted cane and umbrella, and a large quantity of cigars. Three men were apprehended at Croydon on Sunday morning with the whole of the property in their possession. RUPTURE. —The
27 October 1892 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
A SHOCKING TRAGEDY.

A SHOCKING TRAGEDY.

A horrible discovery, resembling the Rainhill tragedy, was made at Oldham on Wednesday. At 10 o'clock in the morning Mr. John Walker, the owner of 412, Hollins-road, tenanted by a man named Joseph Mellor, twiner-minder at Melrose Mill, Butler-gzTen, hal occasion to visit the hou
27 October 1892 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
FURS CLEANED AND RELINED AT MODERATE CHARGES. OSTRICH FEATHERS CLEANED AND CURLED, 9D EACH. DITTO DYED AND CURLED, ls. EACH.

FURS CLEANED AND RELINED AT MODERATE CHARGES. OSTRICH FEATHERS CLEANED AND CURLED, 9D EACH. DITTO DYED AND CURLED, ls. EACH.

COOPER & 9, TOWN HALL AVENUE. BOURNEMOUTH. ALSO AT POOLE AND BLANDFORD, TAXIDERMISTS. Late Curators of the Rotherham Naturalist Society, Yorks.)
27 October 1892 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England