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ROME POLICE COURT.

ROME POLICE COURT.

DAy.—Before J. Tanner and E. E. Porter, Esquires. WI PK I)ESERTION. Samuel Curtis Manley, tailor, late of Frome, was brought up in custody on a charge of neglecting to maintain his wife and family, who were resident In Frome. Prisoner was arrested at Cardin and banded over to th
October 15, 1892 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
FROME NEWS.

FROME NEWS.

Tex County Council meet on Tuesday. QUARTERday. will commence at Wells on Wednes FOR SPECTACLES, EYEGLASSES, and all kinds of Optics go to Knight, in Palmer-street. Oculists prescriptions made up. Telescopes, opera glasses, Binoculars, supplied at low prices. Thermometers for da
October 15, 1892 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
DRAINAGE AT LOW= KETFORD.

DRAINAGE AT LOW= KETFORD.

The Medical Officer, who attended the meeting, sent the following report :—" I visited the brook at Lower Keyford yesterday and found that, as I advised, the water from Mr. Case's pit turned into the town sewer. I should be glad if the access to the old watercourse, which is now
October 15, 1892 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
OF THE M•RKKT PLACE.

OF THE M•RKKT PLACE.

Mr. baily drew attention to the dangerous state of the Lower Market-place, and remarked that the springs of several carriages had been broken. The places were opposite Mr. Gough's. and If anything could be done they ought to have action taken at once.—Mr. Edinger s►id the spots
October 15, 1892 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
DISCOVERY OF HUMAN SKELETONS.

DISCOVERY OF HUMAN SKELETONS.

On Tuesday Dr. H. Macdonald. Coroner for North-Flat Loudon, held an inquiry at the Town Hall, Old-street, Shoreditch, on human bones found at Flower and Dean-street, Spitalfields, on Friday last. Portions of three separate skeletons were discovered on Friday, but, after the poli
October 15, 1892 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
BATIIIIIAT, OCTOBER 15, 18912.

BATIIIIIAT, OCTOBER 15, 18912.

OCTOBER 15, 18912. CIRENCESTER ELECTION. PoMing took piece in But Gloucestershire on Thursday for the election of a representative to 1111 the vacancy in Parliament caused by the death of Mr. A. B. Winterbotham. Tbe candidates were Col. Chester-Master (C.) and Mr. H. L. W. Lawson
October 15, 1892 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
Good full-bodied Dinner Wine, specially suitable for mixing with Water, or Claret Cup. 12s. per Dozen. Light Summer Wines. CLARETS.

Good full-bodied Dinner Wine, specially suitable for mixing with Water, or Claret Cup. 12s. per Dozen. Light Summer Wines. CLARETS.

1100 Doz. Chateau Mcnitferrarid. VINTAGE 1887. Fine delicate Wine, with good Bouquet. 18s. per Dozen.
September 19, 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
AGX!cT Fos FROlli,

AGX!cT Fos FROlli,

AGX!cT Fos 1 Mr. W. MITCHAM, RAILWAY STATION. O LEN, BY TEE SOUTHE ,75,000 T COUNTI D ES DEPOSIT BANK,RN LIMITED, in sums of £lO to 0500, on NOTE OF LAND ALONE, or Furniture, Farming Stock, and all other Personal Security, without rewove', at a few hours' notice, In any part of t
September 19, 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
CHAPTER VI.-DICK OUTWIIB REUBEN.

CHAPTER VI.-DICK OUTWIIB REUBEN.

After quitting Reuben Calvert in the Dingle, Dick Orrell never abated his pace until he reached the heart of langsmoss Opposite the front door of the Black Bull he paused a moment, as If pondering something, and then he went into the hostelry. But he did not go into the parlour
September 19, 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

LOSOLEAT V. WE:II.EI AN.—On Saturday the return match of the above clubs was played on the ground of the former, twelve men playing each side. The wicket was In splendid condition, being dry and almost like a billiard table. As will be seen from the scores below the Wesleyans we
September 19, 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England