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TENDERS. ARNiy CONTRACTS.

TENDERS. ARNiy CONTRACTS.

TENDERS for the SUPPLY of HIRED WAGONS and HORSES for draught purposes in connection with the forthcoming MANCEUVRES in Somersetshire, for the period 13th to 24th Septembeb, 1910, will he received by the Major-General i/c Administration, Eastern Command, Horse Guards, London, S.
June 2, 1910 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
(Established over 35 Years) G. W. BURRIDGE, COXLET, WELLS, WHEELWRIGHT CARPENTER. Waggons, Light and Heavy Carts made to order. New

(Established over 35 Years) G. W. BURRIDGE, COXLET, WELLS, WHEELWRIGHT CARPENTER. Waggons, Light and Heavy Carts made to order. New

Wheels, English Pattern or Warner Wheels, stock. Wheels Repaired and Tyred on the shortest notice, and delivered. good Stock of Well-seasoned OAK, ASH & ELM kept Estimates given for Estate Repairs. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
June 2, 1910 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
PROPERTY SALES.

PROPERTY SALES.

Mr. Robert Bowring, of Wells, held important auction for the sale of valuable pasture lands at Rodney Stoke inn on Friday evening. Four lots came under the hammer, but only one, lot 4, a close of pasture land called Westfield and New Tyning,” and situate at Stoke Hill, containin
June 2, 1910 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
THE GROWTH OF OFFICIALS

THE GROWTH OF OFFICIALS

The number of new officials up to the close Of 1909 in consequence legislation by the present Government is officially stated to be 1,164. The total yearly cost is placed at £128,202. The return points out that no account is taken of the expenses incurred travelling, subsistence
June 2, 1910 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
ANARCHISTS AND THE BOYAL FUNERAL.

ANARCHISTS AND THE BOYAL FUNERAL.

It is an open secret among those at Court (says the writer of Gossip from a Club Window in the Liverpool Post, in a reference to the Royal funeral) that the King of Spain was terrified of a bomb, whilst the King of Portugal showed the most daring indifference. Further, for some
June 2, 1910 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
MAGISTRATES TO PAY COMPENSATION

MAGISTRATES TO PAY COMPENSATION

In a Divisional Court of the King’s Bench, on Friday, before the Lord Chief Justice and Justices Channell and Coleridge, was heard the case of the King v. Lord Hylton and others, magistrates of the county of Somerset, on a rule nisi directed to the magistrates, calling upon them
June 2, 1910 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
SPOUTS AND PASTIMES

SPOUTS AND PASTIMES

In order to onsuro their insertion in full, reports of Cricket and Other Matches must reach us not later than Monday in each week. CRICKET. Wells Asylum v. Charlton This match was played at the Asylum on Saturday last, when the Asylum won* by 127 runs. Ur. Pope, A. Farley, Dr. B
June 2, 1910 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
BOARD of guardians.

BOARD of guardians.

Friday; present: Mr. E. Cary (chairman), Mr. F. Hoddinott (vice-chairman). Rev. F. E. Peart. Messrs. J. Alford, €. W. E. Denman, J. T. Brown, 0. J. X. Forrest, J. Corpe, C. H. Butt, E. Britten, F. House, O. J. L. Martin, \V. J. Solway, H. Travers, A. Allen, J. Hodges, J. P. Luff
June 2, 1910 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
SOMERSET AJND WEST ENGLAND ADVERTISER, THUKSDAY, JUNE 30, 1910.

SOMERSET AJND WEST ENGLAND ADVERTISER, THUKSDAY, JUNE 30, 1910.

June 30, 1910 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
EVENING INSTRUCTION

EVENING INSTRUCTION

Mr. Hhirle moved the adoption of the report of the Elementary Education Committee, Y l' ln another column, man said it was desirable that people should realise the importance of boys and girls continuing their education to a somewhat liter period in evening or continuation schoo
June 30, 1910 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England