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HOOPER & STOOKE, BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS,

HOOPER & STOOKE, BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS,

LIME & STONE nEIteIIANTS. BUILDING SITES. The r: outh side of I ow Road, Littleham Valley for disposal Astiinutes given for all kinds of Builder's Work.
04 February 1899 - Exmouth Journal - Exmouth, Devon, England
 
SOUTHLANDS,

SOUTHLANDS,

Carlton Hill, Exmouth. School for Daughters ol Gentlemen
04 February 1899 - Exmouth Journal - Exmouth, Devon, England
 
PRINCIPALS;

PRINCIPALS;

A 4 ISS JESSIE VIN lER a (Late Scholar and Certideated student of Girt , " College; Honour', Na'. Seieoesti Tripoa, Cambridge; late Resident 'lecturer, Westfield College, London; ten rears' High School experience); and ILA IS'S FANNY ITINTER (Late Scholar sod Ceetifbateel Studen
04 February 1899 - Exmouth Journal - Exmouth, Devon, England
 
THE FOTITRIC OF ME COLONIAL 111PIR/4

THE FOTITRIC OF ME COLONIAL 111PIR/4

Mr. Chamberlain, the Colonial Secretary, made an important speech at a jewellers' banquet in Birmingham on Saturday night on Imperial expansion. A resolution recently passed at Aylesbury, declaring that the present Government was the worst Government of modern times, formed the
04 February 1899 - Exmouth Journal - Exmouth, Devon, England
 
A DISCHARGED SOLDIER'S FATE.

A DISCHARGED SOLDIER'S FATE.

In the early part of last year the peace of the inhabitants of Bunwell, near Attleborough, Norfolk, wag greatly perturbed by a tragic event which ocoNrred in the village. It appears that on the 17th of April an ex-soldier paid a visit to his sister, Mrs. E. D. Rush, who lives at
04 February 1899 - Exmouth Journal - Exmouth, Devon, England
 

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A HIDDEN TRAGEDY.

A HIDDEN TRAGEDY.

A shocking tragedy occurred at Bury on Sunday morning. About half-past eight on Saturday night a lady and gentleman arrived at a local hotel and engaged a room. The gentleman spoke broken English and appeared nervous as he wrote " Muller and 0o." in the visitors' book. They were
04 February 1899 - Exmouth Journal - Exmouth, Devon, England
 
CURRENT SPORT.

CURRENT SPORT.

The London County Cricket Club has now been definitely formed and will begin operations at the ''rystal Palace as soon as possible. The management of the club and election of members are vested in the executive committee, which is composed as follows: Sir Richard Webster, Q.C.,
04 February 1899 - Exmouth Journal - Exmouth, Devon, England
 
SIR WILLIAM HARCOURT.

SIR WILLIAM HARCOURT.

The Manchester Guardian is informed, on authority which, it says, may be trusted, that Sir William Harcourt intends to go abroad before the meeting of Parliament, and will remain out of England for some time. AN INVALID CHILDREN'S SCHOOL. The Education Department have given thei
04 February 1899 - Exmouth Journal - Exmouth, Devon, England
 
EVILRLNO DRUB OP BLACK SATIN.

EVILRLNO DRUB OP BLACK SATIN.

This dainty creation is of two fabrics. Black satin underneath showing through figured net or silk muslin, upon which passementerie or spangled embroidery is judiciouslyapplied. Bust draped with black or dark brown lace, jewelled at appropriate points. Small shoulder puffs as sh
04 February 1899 - Exmouth Journal - Exmouth, Devon, England
 
A SABLE SOLOMON.

A SABLE SOLOMON.

There is wit under woolly pates, and the drollery of its expression makes the instance we cite all the more readable. "Once a man go travellin' he get hungry, so he stop at a tavern an' order something to eat, so day bring him six poached eggs. He eat them, but he did not hab an
04 February 1899 - Exmouth Journal - Exmouth, Devon, England