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SHOW IN THE Various Departments, SUITABLE FOR THE More Advanced Season. Invites an Early WHITE WAY,
24 July 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
CRIMINAL LAW IN IRELAND.

CRIMINAL LAW IN IRELAND.

The diversity of tho adminis-tration of the criminal law in Ireland has been illustrated the past week, remarks the Outlook, procedures at Petty Sessions and at Courts of Assize. In Co. Sligo, by a remarkable departure from later practice, Crown placed number of persons on trial
24 July 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
OTLEV MURDER SENTENCE.

OTLEV MURDER SENTENCE.

MURDER SENTENCE. James Jefferson, tweufy-one. was sentenced death Leeds Ar-Mze- Saturday for the of Elizabeth Todd. met Mrs. 'lmid lev, and killed her. rut off her head. eel was that insanity.
24 July 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
rSetum 1/-

rSetum 1/-

1/- WESTERN UNION Ob' FREE CHRISTIAN (Unitarian) CHURCHES, MONDAY EVENING NEXT ope:s*-air meeting will held the GROUND, to commence at 7.iJO. - L. O’CO.VNOH, 8.D., of Torquay. h|xaKira i, J. 11. IiEU’UEU, of rlymoutb. A cordial invitation is given to ail, especially to those unco
24 July 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
Do Spiders Sleep?

Do Spiders Sleep?

Spiders Sleep? The question. “Do spiders sleep at night? not easy answer, says writer in the St. Xir/iolas Magazine. 1 hose made careful observation of the sleep ants, and that could be* done* watching colonies in their artificial formicaries. It is almu*t impossible to deal with
24 July 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 

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THE NOBILITY OP WORK.

THE NOBILITY OP WORK.

I pray you n'luombor. says Peak in PiLtnam'n Monthly, there is, «•«» hut search for it. something ennobling in every vocation; in every enterprise which engage* ‘the effort* of man. assured that, whatever fate is befall us. nothing bad con come sink info that wretched existence
24 July 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
THE MOLE CRICKET.

THE MOLE CRICKET.

••I wonder whether you have ever see** this very curious insect.” writes the Rev. Theodore Wood in the “Moat likely you have not, for it live* in burrows the ground, that, although it quite common many parts of the country, very fewr people ever meet with it. But sometime# you m
24 July 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
A BUMPER CROr.

A BUMPER CROr.

Kansas man was telling stories with refer* the propensity farmer* over*! ato the size their wheat-crops, says writer in the Sunday Magiz'nr. told of elderly man Topeka, who was engaged in the hardware business. A farmer, who was always giving skilfully padded accounts his wheat-
24 July 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
SCOTTISH CHURCH MEMBERSHIP

SCOTTISH CHURCH MEMBERSHIP

There are in Edinburgh forty-five Established churches with membership of over 41.000. The United Frees, however, here in some other the big cine*, have the advantage, says oorros;iunden*i They number 45.000 seventy churches. It is estimated that other churches the number of sev
24 July 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
VEGETABLES AND FRUIT.

VEGETABLES AND FRUIT.

- Chicory roots for blanching to supply a rueful winter vegetable may be bought cheaply, and, after trimming off the t started at once by placing them upright, almost touching each other, in pots which can eland in a dark shed, cellar, or, better, plunged in a covered box contai
13 December 1912 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England