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& SON," COGSWELL

& SON," COGSWELL

ALL THE NOVELTIES. BY FAR THE LARGEST & MOST TASTEFUL STOCK EVER SHOWN IN THE TOWN. ALL GOOD, ALL CHEAP, EVERYTHING " UP TO DATE." CHRISTMAS CARDS. COGSWELL'S SELECTION IS PRETTIER THAN EVER THIS YEAR, ESPECIALLY THE "UNIQUE" SERIFS. NO ONE IN THE TOWN HAS THESE BUT COGSWELL. Ea
December 20, 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
SCHOOLMASTER WANTED.

SCHOOLMASTER WANTED.

THE GUARDIANS of this UNION will, early in JANUARY next t v APPOINT A SCHOOLMASTER for the ORKHOUSE BOYS' SCHOOL, at a Salary of per Annum, or such larger as the Local Government Board may award upon the report of their Inspector, with Workhouse Of fi cer's Rations, Washing, and
December 20, 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
FUR DEPARTMENT.

FUR DEPARTMENT.

NOW SELLING, a LARGE and IM PORTANT STOCK► of all the Choiee,it and Specially-aelected FURS, THIS DAY, including all the Favourite SKINS, SABLE, BEAVER, OPOSSCM, SEAL. BEAR, RACOON, LLAMA, Ste. Long Brown FVR BOAS, very fall mad good gelling at 6 to 42.- each. Handsome FUR CAPES
December 20, 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
AND IVILTS AND DORSE

AND IVILTS AND DORSE

/AM wiLTS AND DORSET ADVERTISER.
December 20, 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
DICEMISSA W. IWO.

DICEMISSA W. IWO.

DICEMISSA W. BABBETLA W. The result of the Bassetlaw election affords a leaeon for the Gladstonians which it would he well for them to study. Their boast has been that, in spite of the recent squahles in the Cladstonian-Parnellite camp, Mr. Gladstone stood higher in the confidenc
December 20, 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE SOMERSET STANDARD. POLITICAL NEWS.

THE SOMERSET STANDARD. POLITICAL NEWS.

CONSERVATIVE VICTORY AT BASSETLAW. After the close of the poll in the Bassetlaw Division on Monday night, the boxes were collected and taken to Iktford. The counting was started at n►ne o'clock on Tuesday morning, and the result was announced before half-past ten as follows : Si
December 20, 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
To the Editor of the Somerset Standard.

To the Editor of the Somerset Standard.

SlR,—There is an old saying " Keep the ball rolling," and I wish to apply it in the present instance by replying to the above query in the affirmative. In your impression of the 2Oth ult. "J.A." Marts the ball by inquiring "Shall Frome have another industry ?" I want to give the
December 20, 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
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December 20, 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
AUSTIN A. ROSSITER

AUSTIN A. ROSSITER

(LATE OF THE QUEEN'S HEAD), H AVING PURCHASED THE ABOVE WELL-KNOWN & OLD-ESTABLISHED INN AND BREWERY, is now prepared to Supply the Public with GOOD OLD-P.A.SMEDONM3i GUARANTEED THE PRODUCT OF HALT & HOPS OILY. ALSO, WINES & SPIRITS OF SUPERIOR QUALITY AT POPULAR PRICES. CHAMPAG
June 20, 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE SOMERSET STANDARD. BOARD OF AGRICULTURE.-PROPOSED EXCHANGE.

THE SOMERSET STANDARD. BOARD OF AGRICULTURE.-PROPOSED EXCHANGE.

Whereas JOHN FRANCIS FORTESCUE HORNER, of MI LIE PARK, in the Parish of HELL., in the County of Swimmer, Esquire, and JOHN HENRY SHORE, of WHATLEY House, in the Parish of WHATLEY, in the said County of SOMERSET, Esquire. being respectively interested under the provisions of "The
June 20, 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England