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RIIDGB.

LWAI. POULTRY SUCCESS.—Mr. W. E. Manton was awarded third prize for Plymouth Rocks, hen, and first and second for geese, gander or goose, at the show at Glastonbury on Tuesday. L 0( AL Bonne.—The ordinary monthly meeting of the Local Board was held on Monday. The Finance Committ
May 14, 1892 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
Lorrnox, THURSDAY. After the publication of Lord Salisbury's great speech, as Grand Muter of the Primrose Lemma, there was al

Lorrnox, THURSDAY. After the publication of Lord Salisbury's great speech, as Grand Muter of the Primrose Lemma, there was al

excitement amongst Radical politicians, and strange rumours got afloat, the basis tor which was very shadowy Indeed. It is surprising how soon some people jump at conclusions and how easily the beautiful build• loge they erect in imagination are brought down with a crash. For ob
May 14, 1892 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
BARLOW BALLADS, No. 5.

BARLOW BALLADS, No. 5.

THE EARTHQUAKE (R)! lit hat just transpired that Mr. Barlow. Member for the femme Division of Somerset, a Quaker.] Then it isn't so surprising That the West should be uprising With a quake, quake, quake ; For Barlow is a quaker, And the earth is now a shaker For his sake, sake,
September 3, 1892 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
KILLED BY A SCYTHE.

KILLED BY A SCYTHE.

At the inquest on Monday, at Chester, on Henry Griffiths, whose death was caused by a scythe held by his brother, the father, James Griffiths, who was mowing with his two sons, stated that the brothers were quarrelling, when the deceased "jobbed" Henry with the butt end of his s
September 3, 1892 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
EDWARD

EDWARD

October 8, 1892 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
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October 8, 1892 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
and the law put great difficulties In his way, and if he stayed in his parish he was obliged to

and the law put great difficulties In his way, and if he stayed in his parish he was obliged to

be content with wages which were fatal to his comfort and to his health—an absolute negative to any moral or intellectual progress (cheers). Under the sew Poor Law—the Act of in t—we have slowly emerged from that state of things. I do not say that that is the only cause. As you
February 6, 1892 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
LICHFIELD CATHEDRAL.

LICHFIELD CATHEDRAL.

A meeting was held at Lichfield on Wednesday, presided over by the Earl of Dartmouth, Lord Lieutenant of Staffordshire, to take steps to raise a fund of £20,000 for the restoration and repair of Lichfield Cathedral. A statement by the Dean and Chapter showed that although 280,00
February 6, 1892 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE CASE OF MRS. OSBORNE.

THE CASE OF MRS. OSBORNE.

Mrs. Osborne was brought before the Lord Mayor and other Magistrates, at the Guildhall this morning. The Court was crowded and very close. The prisoner sat at the barristers' table, Captain Osborne and a detective on either side. As nobody arrived to represent the Treasury the L
February 6, 1892 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
AGRICULTURAL ITEMS.

AGRICULTURAL ITEMS.

The Mark Lane Express states that the price of foreign wheat and flour has been steadied by the need which millers have for good dry foreign sorts to mix with soft or damp new English crop. A few fluctuations are recorded, but, as a rule. value Is but little changed. In nine cas
October 8, 1892 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England