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LOANS AND MORTGAGES,

LOANS AND MORTGAGES,

MONEY TO LEND, in sums of £5O and upwards, on personal security, ats per cent. per annum interest, repayable in One to Seven years. Also several sums upon Mortgage of Freeholds and Leaseholds from 3 t per cent. Terms 10 to 21 years. No commission charge& Apply to Messrs. Bevan,
28 August 1874 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
gotices:

gotices:

Just Published. 44 TE E U M," BY Ray. E. THEODORE CARRIER, Price Threepence. MOON & SONB, Plymouth. Opinions of the Press. " This is a splendid uew setting of music." "Some of the movements are peculiarly effective." NOTICE—AII Persons having any claims on Mr. C. JAMES, Grocer,
28 August 1874 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
THE TAVISTOCK GAZETTE.

THE TAVISTOCK GAZETTE.

upon the previous year to report, except in respect of post-cards, which show a decrease of about 5 per cent. The Poetmaster-General reckons the aggregate increase at about 4 per cent, after allowing for this trifling drawback ; and in his appendix he shows by statistical tables
14 August 1874 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
THE DROWNING OF AN EDITOR.

THE DROWNING OF AN EDITOR.

Full details have been received of the sad accident which occasioned the death of one of the ablest and most influential cf Swedish journalist& Mr. Augustus Soblman, the chief editor of the Afton')ladet, the leading Swedish newspaper, was sailing in a small boat with two of his
14 August 1874 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
FIEE•PROOF WOOD.

FIEE•PROOF WOOD.

Some experiments of an interesting nature seers made on Saturday at Godstone with the Rev. Dr. Jones's patent for rendering wood incombustible. The experiments took place in the grounds of Mr. Jarvis, at the Priory, where every appliance was at hand to render the testa as comple
14 August 1874 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
LETTER OF PRINCE BISMABE.

LETTER OF PRINCE BISMABE.

It is reported in the Courrier de Caserte that a certain Captain Salvatore Panicali gave his son, in 1867, the name of Bigmark, and that, this youth, now seven vents old, recently sent the following telegram to ICissingen to inquire after the health of the Prince : " Honoured to
14 August 1874 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
JOSEPH STONE

JOSEPH STONE

to inform Ilia customers and friends that be has sold his business of a Livery Stable keeper and his stook of Horses and Carriages to THE TAVISTOCK OMNIBUS & CONVEYANCE COMPANY. LI MI TEl►. and he takes this opportunity of returning his thanks to his numerous customers for their
14 August 1874 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
EDWARD FULLER

EDWARD FULLER

Is now showing another Large Manufacturer's Stock of the above, which he has just purchased, and will be prepared to Offer at the same Lou' Prices as those of last Year, Varying from 35 to 50 per cent. under value. BABY LINEN, &e. Holland Pinafores, ....from Bd. to 3s. 3d. Diape
14 August 1874 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
THE GUNPOWDER EXPLOSION IN LONDON.

THE GUNPOWDER EXPLOSION IN LONDON.

"C C writing to Land and ■'ater, &melbas what happened hos the explosion to the Aviary, and what might been its WWI on the earpiece : " It may interest your readers to know thatof the 16 or 1$ birds that escaped from the western aviary at the Zoological Garden on Friday atornin
16 October 1874 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
blinds were drawn, those who were appointed to see the sentence of justice carried into effect. The little party crossed

blinds were drawn, those who were appointed to see the sentence of justice carried into effect. The little party crossed

the yard and passed into a small chamber in the part of the gaol nearest the scaffold, whither the prisoner had been removed. "Seen in theslaylight the face of Coppen looked very Pale ; his eyes were swollen and red, as if from weeping. There was &general dejection, although an
16 October 1874 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England