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CHARLES COOPER,

CHARLES COOPER,

AUCTIONEER & VALUER, 14, NORTH PARADE. PRONE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.—£2o to R 2.000. If you want to borrow on Note of Hand alone, from the above, with strict privacy, without beadsmen. security, fees, or formalities, at very Low Interest, it can be advanced at a day's notice In To
October 15, 1892 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
FRIEZE FARM. NEAR CORSLEY. Three Mlles from and Four from Namur cur= Highly-important Sale of 57 HEAD OF HORNED CATTLE,

FRIEZE FARM. NEAR CORSLEY. Three Mlles from and Four from Namur cur= Highly-important Sale of 57 HEAD OF HORNED CATTLE,

comprising the Herd of 46 Choice Young Dairy Cows, in early season; and 11 well-sorted Heifers, rising S years old ; 2 Horses; 37 Pigs; Dairy Utensils for a 6-cow Dairy; Implements; 6 Rwks Pasture and Meadow Hay, to go off ; Rick Wheat ; Straw ; and Rick Barley Straw. MOODY & SO
October 15, 1892 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
MASTER & MAN,

MASTER & MAN,

From the l'ltlNcEss THEATRE, LONDON. Doors open at 7.15; Commence 7.45. : (Reserved), la., and 6d. Tickets to be hart at Mr. EAMES'S, Stationer, Stoney-street. N.B.—To avoid rush come early. [7144 RADSTOCK LOCAL BOARD. NOMS IS HEREBY GIVEN that the ACCOUNTS OF THIS BOARD, for th
October 15, 1892 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
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
 
BRUHAM.

BRUHAM.

THE annual missionary meeting was held at the Wesleyan Chapel on Monday. Mr. W. F. Carpenter pre+lded, and addresses were also given by the Rev. W. J. Seaton and Mr. James Rex. There was a full attendance, and the collection showed an advance.
November 12, 1892 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England