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AN EARLY INSPECTION INVITED.

AN EARLY INSPECTION INVITED.

TROWBRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL (Western Comities Wesleyan Middle-Class School Association). Head Master Mr. B. W. JACKSON, 8.A., TO WHOM APPLY FOR Is, &c. The NEW SCHOOL PREMISES, recently opened by the President of the Conference, are most eligibly situated a short distance from the To
September 13, 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
BLOOD MIXTURE

BLOOD MIXTURE

prevent of iifige) HUNDREDS Dr. Changes process, aM _ grease, prevents b& Or. with THE CREAT BLOOD PURIFIER AND RESTORER. windy" rasa et Dims% or Maw sirs If IN ass am CUL fe ChlberZWillmee-in Oft b ear =sic " 121= illi r s • ifte Numb. yawl am emprin. of MI ages tame as ht . %
September 13, 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE SOMERSET STANDARD.

THE SOMERSET STANDARD.

lit. Jacob Oil the grandest remedy In thelt mations pain always quickly and surely. deep. It acts like Magic. It relieves pain at meta No waiting. No dosing with quantities at It Is an outward application. harmless and Inc. by Lady Mormon Nom NLP, the Rem W. J. Osoldeld Brown IL
September 13, 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
(From Fr*.

(From Fr*.

ON THE WAR PATH—RETALIATION.-1.4 France ea with your bad pork, madakee."— America : " And you make tracks with your sow wine, stranger." A Stuner> HOTE.—Miss Gadsby (beamingly) : "We only got home yesterday, dear, from seeing the Passion Play at Oberammergau, and you are the ' f
September 13, 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
(From Judy.)

(From Judy.)

A DIFFICREXCE.—Any chess-player can tell you bow to queen a pawn ; but there is no chess-player in the world who can tell you how to pawn a queen. A Sunni AFYINITT.—EIIaIine : " Whatever nos- Ceased those two to get engaged? Why, they haven't a single thing in common !"—Dornthea
September 13, 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
(From the World.)

(From the World.)

It was remarked at the Braemar Gathering that the Queen wore much more white in her dress Mao usual. Her bonnet was trimmed with white, and her shewl was white, and she either sat on or was 'covered by a Stuart tartan plaid. She was ea' tremely gracious and smiling. and sent to
September 13, 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
IMPORTANT. To the Ladies of Frome and Neighbourhood. MISSES PRATTEN & GIFFORD BEG to announce their intention of OPENING a

IMPORTANT. To the Ladies of Frome and Neighbourhood. MISSES PRATTEN & GIFFORD BEG to announce their intention of OPENING a

DRESS & MANTLE-MAKING BUSINESS, at No. 30, KEYFORD, on SEPT. 15th. Ladies' own Materials made up, or a good choice of London Patterns. [4406
September 13, 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
FROME DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. THE RIGHT HON. Patron.,: THE EARL OF CORK AND - ORRERY, K.P., HIS GRACE THE DUKE

FROME DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. THE RIGHT HON. Patron.,: THE EARL OF CORK AND - ORRERY, K.P., HIS GRACE THE DUKE

OF SOMERSET, THE RIGHT HON. THE MARQUIS OF BATH. President : VISCOUNT DUNGARVAN. Treasurer: G. W. WILTSHIRE, ESQ.
September 13, 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE TWENTIETH ANNUAL

THE TWENTIETH ANNUAL

EXHIBITION WILL BE HELD IN THE MARKET FIELD, FROME, On Wednesday, Sept. 24th, 1890,
September 13, 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
11RUNKENNF238.

11RUNKENNF238.

Thomas Charlion;riiratiei, was summoned for being drunk and disorderly at Cuiverhill.— P.C. Sargent said on Saturday, Aug. 30th, he saw defendant come out of the Woc!pack Inn ; he was in a drunken condition. Witness saw him half-an-hour after the house was closed, and he was the
September 13, 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England