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THE WORKHOUSE.

THE WORKHOUSE.

The numbers in the House on the 13th ult. were reported to be as follows : 95 males, 73 females, OM children—total. ; on January 270, 92 males, 70 females, 60 children—total, ±24 ; last year, t 26. Admitted during the fortnight : 8 males, 3 females, 1 child—total, 12 ; discharge
February 3, 1894 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
LOVE.

LOVE.

fAll Rights Reserved.) When love gleams out with its glorious glow From eyes of the woman we worship so, When with heart to heart and with eye to eye, We learn there's no light that with love can vie— Oh, in earth beneath or in heaven above, There's nothing ao good or so grand a
April 21, 1894 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
FROME PETTY SESSIONS.

FROME PETTY SESSIONS.

TIIIIRSDAY.—Present : J. Tanner (in the chair), E. E. Porter, E. R. Trotman, Eaqs. George Cross, late carrier, applied for the Interim license of the White Horse Inn, Little Elm, from John Watts, which was granted, subject to satisfactory testimonials being produced. The Magistr
April 21, 1894 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
MEXICAN CURE,

MEXICAN CURE,

KNOWN as REV. JOSEPH Hot.stEs Mexican Prescription, is the only guaranteed Remedy for all those who suffer from the errors of t•outh, nervous weakness, exhaust e d v i ta li ty, kidney, bladder, gravel, prostate, and kindled complaints, and has stood the test for twenty years. S
June 23, 1894 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
it SATURDAT, DECEMBER 15, 1894.

it SATURDAT, DECEMBER 15, 1894.

chairman (Mr. Padfield) was prevented by illness from being with them, because he was quite sure this was one of the occasions above all others he (Mr. Padfield) who have liked to have been present to join with them In their social gathering. For his own part, he could not help
December 15, 1894 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
BEST SHOT AT CLASS FIRING.

BEST SHOT AT CLASS FIRING.

Lce.-Sergt. A. E. Poole, a pair of %liver-mounted carvers in we.
December 15, 1894 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
WANTED, Good PLAIN COOK, NURSE, also YOUNG GIRL, shoot YEOMAN, Registry Mice, Frame. [9440 WANTED, a COOPile, for a Fortnight,

WANTED, Good PLAIN COOK, NURSE, also YOUNG GIRL, shoot YEOMAN, Registry Mice, Frame. [9440 WANTED, a COOPile, for a Fortnight,

to Repair Old and Make New Small Casks. —Apply. A.NBFORD SLILY, Frome. [4481 ANTED. • FARM LABOURER on • Small Mixed Farm ; one ante to do any kind of work.—WM. Cousins, Ridgway, Frome. [9472 HORT, Coachbullder, has • VACANCY for an APPRENTICE to the COACHSMITHING for Strong, Re
August 4, 1894 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
AND WILTS AND DORSET

AND WILTS AND DORSET

LAMB BREWERY, LIMITED, LIGHT FAMILY BITTER ALE, 1/- per gallon. LAMB BREWERY, LIMITED, LIGHT FAMILY BITTER ALE, 1/- per gallon. LAMB BREWERY, LIMITED,
August 4, 1894 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
LIGHT FAMILY BITTER ALE, 1/- per gallon.

LIGHT FAMILY BITTER ALE, 1/- per gallon.

August 4, 1894 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
A.M.! P.Y. 10 0 r 810 10 13 8 10 M 1833 10 28 838 11 38 10 a 851

A.M.! P.Y. 10 0 r 810 10 13 8 10 M 1833 10 28 838 11 38 10 a 851

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August 4, 1894 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England