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YC A FEARFUL PASSAGE. FOUR LIVES LOST.

YC A FEARFUL PASSAGE. FOUR LIVES LOST.

A Lloyd's telegram from Portland says the steamer Marlette, from New York, called there on Wednesday for a pilot, awl proceeded for Hull. She reports that the chief officer and boatswain were killed, quartermaster and a seaman washed overboard, and the captain and second unite i
14 February 1899 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
THE POULETT SUCCESSION.

THE POULETT SUCCESSION.

DUCHESS'S BEQUEST. By her will of Oct. 9th, 1876, Caroline. Duchess of Cleveland, of Osterley Park and 69, Brook Street, woo died on Nov. Ist, 1883, age 1 91 yearsleaving personal estate valued at £436,545, appointed as executors her nephews, the Hon. Wm. Lowther aii 1 the Right
14 February 1899 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
A BRUTAL PRIZE-FIGHT. BLACK KILLF.I) BY AN ENGLISH SOLDIiR.

A BRUTAL PRIZE-FIGHT. BLACK KILLF.I) BY AN ENGLISH SOLDIiR.

A boxing match, which has had an unfortunate termination, was brought off at Cape Town on Monday night. The contestants were Private Butler, of the King's Royal Rifles, a w•4l-known army boxer, and a native boxer named "George." Both men are light-weights. The Kaffir had the wor
14 February 1899 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
Ii4DE AMMO

Ii4DE AMMO

Ii4DE MR. LOUIS HARTFELLER, of Portland, writes as follows : I. My Watch (18Ver right, it 8 , 8 8 always throwing me out, and my work taking frYll B.OV clock, I WA% like a fish out of water until I 830 D for ohs of TILLEY'S LEVER. WATC it ES, h e which I pail 20s, I it thoroughly
14 February 1899 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
The MAYOR remarked that they were there the interest of the town, and it they were satisfied with what ban

The MAYOR remarked that they were there the interest of the town, and it they were satisfied with what ban

been done in the three years they should allow their appreciation of it. Referring to the Act quoted by Mr. kligson, His Worship saki they all knew that Acts of Parliament bad often been overwidden. the Home 011 ice, and he had given a splendid testi- ' menial to Mr.. Parry.—The
14 February 1899 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
PORTLAND NEWS.

PORTLAND NEWS.

dgests : Mr. W. Wallis, The Library, Reforne ; Mr. H. Watts; Mr. W. Head; and Mr. E. Sansom, Fortune's Well. Ur. J. COMBEN, High Street, i 4 the representative of the Telegram. Notices of forthcoming events should be seat to him. RAINFALL FOR JANUARY, as taken at the Observatory
14 February 1899 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
VVEST COKER.

VVEST COKER.

New FRIIN Socterv.—At a of this society, held in the Old Schoolroom enMondsy evening, the rector (Canon Lowe) was eierned pr•sideut, and Mr. Arthur Trew treasurer of the , society. WILLS. TowN COUNCIL. —At the monthly meeting the Mayor (Mr. IL Norton) appealed to the members, th
14 February 1899 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
ARE YOU ma? OH, NO! WELL' LET MENI A V PER IN JACKMAN'S GREAT STOCK SALE Is NOW PROCEEDING, AND

ARE YOU ma? OH, NO! WELL' LET MENI A V PER IN JACKMAN'S GREAT STOCK SALE Is NOW PROCEEDING, AND

YOU WILL PUT "MONEY IN YOUR PURSE" BY BUYING AT ONCE THE GREAT BARGAINS.
14 February 1899 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S TAILORING.

LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S TAILORING.

14 February 1899 - Weymouth Telegram - Weymouth, Dorset, England