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THE PEOPLE STATE. Mi Prichard. Cunmoßinn. Essen, savs save I through Nile Expedition and War. Sudered from Iraciiacue and kidney

THE PEOPLE STATE. Mi Prichard. Cunmoßinn. Essen, savs save I through Nile Expedition and War. Sudered from Iraciiacue and kidney

complaint. Paid pounds on doctor*. Two**oxc* of Holdroyds cored ** Mrs A Wilkinson, of Nciwn. cutes My sisicr. who Buttered from wean kiuney.->. took one boa, and it has done her more good than pounds .'Peiitoo Medical Men.” PILLS Poaltlvo Cure for Gravel, Fain» in Uie Pack, Dro
September 16, 1910 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
A SAFE REMEDY FOK AI.I

A SAFE REMEDY FOK AI.I

SKIN AND blood DISEASES. If you are .utleiing from any Utocaae due to impure the blood, >ucb EOZBUA, ABSCESSES, SCROFULA, SORES. SCURVY, ERUPriONS, BAD LEGS, BOILS, BLOOD POISON. PIMPLES, GLANDULAR RHEUMATISM, SWELLINGS, GOUT Ac. you should test the value Klood Mixture, the worl
September 16, 1910 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
THE CORN LAWS IN ENGLAND.

THE CORN LAWS IN ENGLAND.

The Coro Laws in England practically began in 1804. The first Corn Law put enormous tax on foreign corn whenever the price at home was under 65s per quarter. The landlords who controlled Parliamentthe House of Commons was then,in the main? a collection of country squires- said i
September 16, 1910 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
Furniture. Every Article guaranteed.

Furniture. Every Article guaranteed.

Military Intellujknce.— The London Gazette ” of Tuesday night contained the following R.A.M.C. attached' to unit, other than medical unit. Major Charles J. Marsh resigns his commission, and granted permission to retain his rank, and to wear the prescribed uniform. Dated 1 llh Se
September 16, 1910 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
SHEPTON BEAUCHAMP.

SHEPTON BEAUCHAMP.

*• Western Shkpton Beauchamp.— Any of the Inhabitants who would like to be supplied with the Chronicle weekly can have It applying to Mr. J. Salway, Shepton Beauchamp.
September 16, 1910 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
CREWrtERNE.

CREWrtERNE.

U » Parish and Christ Churches. Services at 11 a.m. 6.30 ».in. Vtcar of Crewkerne, Kcv. H- D. **»• . . Curate?, Rev. G. R. Jeokme a»'d Rev J. Jacksou Baptist Churen mi l\ -.in. anil 6.30 p.m. Mini-»ter. Rev. H. U. C'llHnsou. Bible Christian Church. Semce* at U a.m. ami 6.30 p.tn
September 16, 1910 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
ILC HESTER.

ILC HESTER.

Mr Kioglakc sat Ilchester to rerlsc the lists for the parishes of Ashingl,on, Llruington, Ilchester, Tintiobull, Chilthorne Domer, >iorthover, and Sock Dennis. In the lists for Chiltborne Domer young man named Thos. Win. Marsh claimed f.o put a lodger. Questioned to his age admi
September 16, 1910 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
Another Claim Allowed,

Another Claim Allowed,

Another young man named Bond, claimed lodger’s vote, and his hi other, Mr Fred Bond, of Lydc Lane, who Is his landlord, said his brother paid for his room. Vote allowed.
September 16, 1910 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
Market Reports.

Market Reports.

The “Mark Lane Express states r—The Government crop reports assert wheat that the position is less favourable than a mouth ago, we should have imagined that after all wheat has attained within one per cent, of average U Rt>U the bene! of surely a sanguine Administration. What so
September 16, 1910 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
SAUSBURY MARKET.

SAUSBURY MARKET.

WOOLLEY & WALLIS will hold their usual SALE of Fat. Store, and Dead Stock in the above Market on Tuesday, October 4th, 1910, at II o’clock. Present Entries 4 Prime Fat DEVON STEERS 40 Fat Two Teeth EWES and WETHERS 30 Fat LAMBS Fat and Suekler C ALV ES, Bacon and Store PIGS, 150
September 30, 1910 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England