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DRUNK.

DRUNK.

Edward Harvey (76), who was reported to be in receipt of parish relief, was charged with being drunk and disorderly on the 4th inst.—P.C. Slocombe said that on the day in question he was on duty in Badcox, when he saw defendant there drunk, and lying down in the pathway. He (wit
January 14, 1893 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
CHANTRY.

CHANTRY.

ON the evening of Boxing-day, the members of the Chentry Social Club, about in number, sat down to an excellent supper, provided by seine kind friends. Captain Grant, the president of the club, was present, as also were the Vicar and Mr. Churchwarden Moore. A very pleasant eveni
January 14, 1893 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
Referee. Mr. H. J. P:Wilifne:

Referee. Mr. H. J. P:Wilifne:

Govier failed to put in a return, and the visitors were soon forced to concede a minor. Mealyer dropped out, ands scrum followed near the centre flag. A loose rush by Frome was well stopped by Millage, and a second later England should have secured a free from a kick by Osman. H
November 11, 1893 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
BATUEDAIt NOVEMBER 11, 1893.

BATUEDAIt NOVEMBER 11, 1893.

BATUEDAI t NOVEMBER 11, 1893. successful way they had carried out all the arrangetnente which led to the great success of the show in August last. The names of the principal patron. and donors were read to the members of the committee. They were a. lows:—Lord Weymouth, Mr. J. E.
November 11, 1893 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
SECTION CASE WITH GLAZED SIDES.

SECTION CASE WITH GLAZED SIDES.

Is • section use with glazed sides. Mr. T. B. blow, of Welwyn, is the originator of this novel application of glass with such a successful result. Hitherto glue sections had failed on account of the glass being always soiled by the bees and stained in transit by the honey. The g
November 4, 1893 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1893.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1893.

NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] THE OLD MILL MYSTERY, ARTHUR W. MARCH3IONT, Author of " HOADI SRL FLIT," Pow's. ' " WINGS HAND," " ISA," &C., to ALL RIGHTS R .1 CHAPTER LOCI Mary turned the letter over and over several times in her hands before opening the envelope ;she was glad that Toni
November 4, 1893 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
DWELLING-HOUSES WITH GARDENS,

DWELLING-HOUSES WITH GARDENS,

Situate at the Cross Roads, SPRING GARDENS, in the respective occupations of Mrs. Warr- MARSH and Mr. Jamas WILLIAMS, at a rental of £l3 per annum. There le a well of excellent Water on the premises. To view, apply to the respective Tatrawrs ; and for further particulars to the
November 4, 1893 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
DOWN QUILTS.

DOWN QUILTS.

BOOTH & FOX'S CELICSRATXD VENTILATED Elt/ER In all th New Patterns tor OW wow on Sale. Cust o m ers will do inell to inspect this twat collection. BOOTH & Fox's DOWN In Turkey Chintz, 10;9 to each BOOTH & Fox'a DOWNapTILTS, In beat /tor Sateen, WO to 42/- each BOOTH & Fox's DOW
November 4, 1893 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
PROPOSED UNIVERSITY EXTENSION LECTURES FOR FROME.

PROPOSED UNIVERSITY EXTENSION LECTURES FOR FROME.

The Frome Auction Mart was well filled with an influential and representative gathering ou Friday evening to discuss sod, If found advisable, adopt a scheme for providing a course of University Extension Lectures to be given in the town at the commencement of next year. The Rev,
November 4, 1893 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
Pow romes.

Pow romes.

Steps were taken at the Royal Show at Chester to establish a society to look after the breeding of poiaes. We have urged the importance of that measure in this column, and suggested rules Linde, which animals of pony type might be admitted. We are pleased to think that some of o
July 15, 1893 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England