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THE LINGERING CHIGNON. ?

THE LINGERING CHIGNON. ?

THE LINGERING CHIGNON. The result of a somewhat extended acquaintance with hotel and tavern bars has been the formation of a deeply-rooted conviction in my mind that the old sumptuary laws might with advantage be revived—at all events, as far as the head-gear of the beer-engine V
16 October 1874 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
FRIDAY, OCT. 16, 1874.

FRIDAY, OCT. 16, 1874.

16 October 1874 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
THE CAPTURE OF MONSIGNOR THEODOLI BY BRIGANDS.

THE CAPTURE OF MONSIGNOR THEODOLI BY BRIGANDS.

The Correspondent of the Time. writes : The Italian papers give particulars of the capture of Monsignor Theodoli, one of the Pope's Chamberlains, by brigands. He was staving at the Monastery of Trisulti, and, after the custom of Roman prelates, was taking a walk after dinner in
16 October 1874 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
TAVISTOCK COUNTY COURT.

TAVISTOCK COUNTY COURT.

YESTBRDAY. —Before M. ForrEscuß, Esq., Judge . Henry Repper v. Samuel Lock.—Mr. H. Luton appeared for plaintiff and Mr. Chilcott for defendant. The action was brought to recover £4 9s. 2d. balance due for painting and repairing some houses in Buckland Terrace, Buckland Monachoru
14 August 1874 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
THE RECOGNITION OF SPAIN BY THE

THE RECOGNITION OF SPAIN BY THE

EUROPEAN POWERS. Referring to the recognition of Spain by the European Powers, the Daily News remarks : The difficulties which have delayed the recognition of Spain by the European Powers have at length been removed. It is notified that the Imperial Governments of Germany and Au
28 August 1874 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
THE GERMAN CREMATION SOCIETY.

THE GERMAN CREMATION SOCIETY.

The New York Times reports a recent meeting of the German Cremation Society of that city, and states that the Secffityttumbers 430 members. They propose to build a hall with wails of kola, 60 by 44 feet. with a rotunda in the centre supported by eight pillars. All light will be
28 August 1874 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
SELECTED ANECDOTES.

SELECTED ANECDOTES.

THE MAN FEELING. —A poor who had lost a cow, applied to his neighbours for as twice. They all expressed much sympathy and &indultam*, hot that was all. The last one to whom he applied, said he felt for him. "Oh, yes," replied the other, " I don't doubt your feeling ; but yen don
28 August 1874 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
THE TAVISTOCK GAZETTkIT

THE TAVISTOCK GAZETTkIT

Most certainly it is hot and it is cold, but it never stomped us either in work or play for an hour. Those raecharka, single men, who, however large their earnings weekly, spend ft all, should not go to Canada, as in many trades outdoor work is not possible for months during win
28 August 1874 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
SUICIDE OF A RUSSIAN

SUICIDE OF A RUSSIAN

On Monday evening, Mr. Carttar, coroner, held an inquiry at the " Three Tuns," Greenwich, respecting the death of Paul Spalwin, aged 22. The body was identified by the Rev. B. Popove, deacon at the Russian Church, Welbeck-street, Cavendish-square, who said that deceased was of t
28 August 1874 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
EMIGRATION TO CANADA.

EMIGRATION TO CANADA.

In connection with this widely-diecussed subject, the following very practical letter to l'As Times may be useful to many intending emigrants Sir,—ln the year 1E32 I emigrated to Canada, and for 36 years lived on the St. Clair River, in the Province of Ontario, and since my retu
28 August 1874 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England