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JOHN GRADIDGE

JOHN GRADIDGE

NOW SHOWING THIS WINK MS FIRST PARCEL OF WOOT_JS 7 Consisting of SUPER FINGERINGS, A A BERLINS, ANDALUSIANS. SHETLANDS, EXTRA SUPER GERMAN YARNS, VEST & PETTICOAT WOOLS 6 and the Noted QUEEN'S KNITTING YARNS. PRICE LIST. FINGERINGS— EXTRA SUPER GERMAN YARN — Black and White, lid
September 7, 1895 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
Ye OLDE ON MODERN LINES, BUSINESS, AT MODERN PRICES. TMA. I, CHEAP-STREET, FROME. S. T. SEAMEN, IN thanking the Inhabitants

Ye OLDE ON MODERN LINES, BUSINESS, AT MODERN PRICES. TMA. I, CHEAP-STREET, FROME. S. T. SEAMEN, IN thanking the Inhabitants

of Frome generally for their Kind Favours during the past 18 months, would beg to remind them that the BUSINESS, Established in 1856 by the Late Jas. MILBORNE, will, on and after MONDAY, AUG. the 26th, be REMOVED TO MORE CONVENIENT PREMISES at 8, Cheap-street (7 DOORS ABOVE PRES
September 7, 1895 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
CHARLES H. WALKER, Esq., has BANK NOTES and GOLD to an unlimited amount at his command, and is willing to

CHARLES H. WALKER, Esq., has BANK NOTES and GOLD to an unlimited amount at his command, and is willing to

lend it out in sums from £l5 TO £2OOO, on the NOTE OF HAND only of any respectable householder at a few hours' notice. DISTANCE NO OBJECT. No fees, delay bondsmen, se• curity, or publicity. NO GENUINE APPLI. CATIONS refused. EXCEEDINGLY LOW INTEREST. Applicants may be assured of
September 7, 1895 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE SOMERSET STANDARD.

THE SOMERSET STANDARD.

George heaved a deep sigh. " I wish I had thought of that when the ball was at my feet," he exclaimed. " I wish I had seized my opportunity and left farming alone." " Don t say that !" I cried impulsively, " oh, I don't say that ! You would not be worthy of her, of Florence, if
September 7, 1895 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
Valuable Freehold Pasture Land.

Valuable Freehold Pasture Land.

BRUTON, SOMERSET. MESSRS. HARDING & SONS are favoured with instructions from the Trustees of the Will of the late MR. JOHN HOOPER, Deceased, to SELL BY AUCTION, at the " BLUE BALL " HOTEL, BRUTON, on TUESDAY, SEPT. 10th, 1805, at 6 for 7 o'clock in the evening, in one Lot (subje
September 7, 1895 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE OUTRAGE AT BARON

THE OUTRAGE AT BARON

ROTHSCHILD'S'. IMPORTANT CLUE OBTAINED. PARIS, Tuesdal• The Journal des Debate announces that the police yesterday obtained an important clue to the discovery of the author of the recent outage directed against Baron Alphonse de Rothschild. It has been established that the explo
September 7, 1895 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
PRONE PETTY SESSIONS.

PRONE PETTY SESSIONS.

THURSDAY.—Before J. Tanner (in the chair), E. R. Trotman, and P. E. Le Gros, Esqs. GONE TO SNEPTON. David Barnes, of North Bradley, was summoned by Jane Francis for arrears of bastardy order, there being now due 10s.—The order was made in 1887. Defendant said be had not bad any
September 7, 1895 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATION FOR GIRLS. The Next Examination begins on December 16th. MISS BROOKE having RESIGNED THE SECRETARYSHIP on account

CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATION FOR GIRLS. The Next Examination begins on December 16th. MISS BROOKE having RESIGNED THE SECRETARYSHIP on account

of leaving Bath, applications for ENTRANCE FORMS must be made, before 28th, to MRS. BLACKSTONE, 7, Richmond-hill, Bath. Local, Faze :—Senior, 7s. 6d. ; Juniors, ss. ; Preliminary, 2s. 6d. MOW
September 7, 1895 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE BEAUTIFUL AND HIGHLY-BRED JERSEY BULL, Lord Grey, " 4810, E.J.H.8., BRED by, and the property of, J. H. SHORE,

THE BEAUTIFUL AND HIGHLY-BRED JERSEY BULL, Lord Grey, " 4810, E.J.H.8., BRED by, and the property of, J. H. SHORE,

Esq., is now standing at Mr. F. MOORES, Coombe Farm, Whatley, to whom apply. N.B.—This Bull is one of the best-bred ones living, is the sire of prize stock, and has never been for sale, though long prices have been offered and refused for him. [lOBOO
September 7, 1895 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE SOMERSET STANDARD.

THE SOMERSET STANDARD.

COLEFORD. Ma. W. loormolus delivered a lecture here on Thursday evening, under the auspices of the Technical Education Committee._ ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL. COlefOrd V. Radstock.—Played at Radetock on Saturday, and, after a capital game, resulted in a tie, each side having scored th
October 19, 1895 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England