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– ___ T.KING ADVICE.

– ___ T.KING ADVICE.

- T.KING ADVICE. "Good morning, sir." "M3rning." "I—er---neg your pardon.. " I beg yours, sir." "May I ask what you gave your horse for the botta ?" "Turpentine, sir." "Oh, thanks—es—et—good morning." "God morning." . . "Good morniog, sir." "Good morning." "Beg pardon, but did I
20 March 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
THE PEN-A TOT.

THE PEN-A TOT.

Within the memory of many men still living the iteel pen was simply a curious and costly toy, noticeable as an ingenious mechanical fad, but not at all as an invention likely to come into practical use. The earliest form of the article was certainly not promising. A piece of she
20 March 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
A " SON " OF IT RON.

A " SON " OF IT RON.

In the year of the Great Exhibition of 1851 there Aashed on London a brilliant young man, of distinguished appearance and manner, who announced himselt, though not loudly or obtrusively, as Byron's son • with a quantity of his father's cf.riespi ndence and 'Shelley's, which he w
20 March 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
COL. HAMBRO AND ELECTORS OF SOUTH DORSET. lAt a Conservative banquet at Weymouth last week, in response to the toast

COL. HAMBRO AND ELECTORS OF SOUTH DORSET. lAt a Conservative banquet at Weymouth last week, in response to the toast

of I "Our candidate at the next election," Col. Harnbro, in the courae of his speech, said that Mr. Sturgis did not represent the Southern Division of the county, but only a portion of it. lie had been returned to Parliament by men who had very little knowledge of political matt
27 February 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
Edgar IV indett, cricket bat manufacturer, said that on the Nth I ,u.ry he was at Trafalgar-square, and saw Burns

Edgar IV indett, cricket bat manufacturer, said that on the Nth I ,u.ry he was at Trafalgar-square, and saw Burns

at the Nelson column with a red flag in his hand. After the crowd was drives away from the Nelson column by the police witness saw Burns mount the parapet in frontof ths:Nstional Gallery. He heard him say that next time they would ransack the bakers' shops. alluded to the French
27 February 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
VIE RIOTING AT THE WEST END. REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE.

VIE RIOTING AT THE WEST END. REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE.

The report of the committee of inquiry into the origin and character of the disturbances in the Westend of London on the Bth inst., and the conduct of the police authorities in relation thereto, was issued on Tuesday with the evidence, .which occupies some 80 pages of the Blue-b
27 February 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
THE LORD LIEUTENANT'S ENTRY INTO DUBLIN.

THE LORD LIEUTENANT'S ENTRY INTO DUBLIN.

Lord Aberdeen on Saturday made his State entiy into Dublin, accompanied by the Countess of Aberdeen, and Ladies Gordon, and attended by the Hon. Captain Gore, A.D.C. in Waiting. The Viceroy was received in Dublin by the Commander of the Forces in Ireland (Prince Edward of Saxe-W
27 February 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
STURMINSTER NEWTON.

STURMINSTER NEWTON.

1.1811.—A meeting was held on Friday, February 19th, in the Wesleyan School-room, to amend the rules and elect the officers for the ensuing year. It was unanimously agreed that the annual subscription should be Is. Mr. J. 0. Switibutne Elanham was thanked most heartily for the g
27 February 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
WHATCOM BE.

WHATCOM BE.

WE regret to announce the death of Captain Henry Bingham Morton Mansel- Pleydell, of the Ist Battalion Itoyal Fusiliers, who died at • his father's residence at Whateombe House on Sunday last, front the effects of typhoid fever, contracted some ten months ago at Gibraltar, when
27 February 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England
 
LORD BROUGHAM ON COERCION.

LORD BROUGHAM ON COERCION.

We take the following from a speech of Lord Brougham. It will be fouled in Speeches, vol. iv. p. 45 : " We are driving six millions of people to despair, to madness ! . . . The greatest. mockery of all—the most iutolerable insult—the course of peculiar exasperation—against which
22 May 1886 - Blandford Weekly News - Blandford, Dorset, England