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LONGLEAT.

LONGLEAT.

THE SERVICE AT THE. STALLS.-011 Tuesday evening the usual weekly service held at the Stalls during the winter months was commenced with a harvest thanksgiving. There was a good attendance, and the room was nicely decorated with dowers, fruit, and vegetables. The Rev. P. V. Doyne
October 4, 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
VVELLOW.

VVELLOW.

HARVEST FESTIVAL—The harvest thanks. giving services will be held at Wellow and Shoscombe on Sunday next October sth. The sermon in the evening at the Parish Church will be preached by the Rev. Philip Edward George, of S. Winifred s House. Bath, who was for many years rector of
October 4, 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE SOMERSOIrA„ gyp NDA

THE SOMERSOIrA„ gyp NDA

THE SOMERSOIrA„ NDA No. 251.—V0L. V. TR►DE &I.BAILy IRZWERS Ic AT THE GENERAL PORT-OFFICE AS NEWRPAPER.] PRICE ONE PENNY. mum _
February 14, 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
AND WILTS AND DORSET AD

AND WILTS AND DORSET AD

. & x E With which is Incorporated "The SATURDAY, FEERUARY 14, 1891. Times."
February 14, 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
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A DI. I. COLLIS CHLORODYNE —Dr. I. C. , = N& k by J. COLLIS CHLORODYNIL—Vka W. PAGE WOOD Rated publicly CNN Mat De. J. COLLIS BROWNE UNDOUBTEDLY *vomiter C LORODYN E. that et &Reliant Fr... DTIINTIZT. GENERAL. 'BOARD at Leedom WORT H.i k ACT: , as a CHASM Da GIBBON. _Malice Saar
February 14, 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
DR. J. Cows BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE

DR. J. Cows BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE

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February 14, 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
(From Moons Aim.)

(From Moons Aim.)

SWALLOW tales—Pill testimonials. their constant capricious conduct, womca ought to here-christened whim-en. So long as vicars have their "churchwardens," it's • trite unjust for hyper-respectable people to complain of curates having their short pipes. NOT BAD JUDOS; OS, SHOULD T
February 14, 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
SOUTH AND WEST WILTS HOUNDS.

SOUTH AND WEST WILTS HOUNDS.

Had anyone told us on the morning of Thursday, February sth, that, meeting at Picket Pont Gate, on the confines of the noble woodlands of Longleat, we should have run clean through them without a check, and carry out fox's line to within half a mile of Great Ridge, It is probabl
February 14, 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
CAMERTON.

CAMERTON.

DEWNKENICE9B. — At the Weston Petty Semsion%, on Saturday. Wm. Bunge, coal miner, of Camerton, was summoned for being drunk and di%orderly on list January was tined 10s. He said he was giddy. wrrimcv —At the Weston Petty Sessions, on Saturday, Robert Hobbs, labourer, of Dunkerto
February 14, 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
NORINATIPTON ELECTION.

NORINATIPTON ELECTION.

The polling for the election of a member of Parliament for Northampton, in place of the late Mr, Bradlaugh, opened on Thursday morning, at eight o'clock. Since the contest of IMO the register has been enlarged by 1.200, bringing the total number of voters up to 10,8113. For the
February 14, 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England