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February 7, 1919 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
WEALTH FRON THE SEA.

WEALTH FRON THE SEA.

In twelve days the skipper of the Aberdeen trawler, Drumblair, ban earned £961 4s. W.. and his mate, £213 14s. 10jd. These sums are their %baro of a haul of £2,660 worth of Ash. The skipper of the Diana, of the same port, has earned £394 la. od., and his mate £96.5 3s. 4Ad.. but
February 7, 1919 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE PEACE WE WAIST.

THE PEACE WE WAIST.

We want a peace which will modify ite arrangements, which will grow as the needs of humanity grew— a peace which will not keep things rigid, but will serve for the liberation of life and the future of human progress.—Professor Gilbert Murray.
February 7, 1919 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
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February 7, 1919 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
AMERICAN PRESIDENTS.

AMERICAN PRESIDENTS.

President Wilson it. the tweuty-seventh man to occupy the presidential chair of the United States, and the tenth to be elected twice. The others who bare Served two terms are Washin zteu, Jefferson, Madison. Monroe, Jackson. Lincoln, Grant, Cleveland —the only one who wa; re-ele
February 7, 1919 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE LEADING HOUSE STONY-STREET, 0 LOCAL AGENTS- (Chemists)— ROBINSON, FEtOME. WILLIAMS, TAUNTON. NORWANSELL, WELLS. H. T. BUNCE .& SON, FROME.

THE LEADING HOUSE STONY-STREET, 0 LOCAL AGENTS- (Chemists)— ROBINSON, FEtOME. WILLIAMS, TAUNTON. NORWANSELL, WELLS. H. T. BUNCE .& SON, FROME.

DEACON, BRIDGWATER. H. KENNETH PYRKE, BATH. [49117 toke Newington'. Nat Kitchen, hnving loos, the borough °outwit mot - mm. 4141% that they be closed. e rmoo have had a very ful year. etrpor ial the Wort t'ori and the men hate warnoot ntrny th,tn ndt of Dottuda.
March 7, 1919 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
FROME. PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY.—Belore Messrs. T. H. Woodland and L. B Tanner. A BOY'S BLUNDER. Neil Duck, a lad belonging

FROME. PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY.—Belore Messrs. T. H. Woodland and L. B Tanner. A BOY'S BLUNDER. Neil Duck, a lad belonging

to Tadbill. Leigh-on-Mendip, was charged with stealing four mole traps, value 7s. 6d., the property of James Henry George, of Chantry. -a- Mr. George said that he missed some mole traps which he bad set in a paddock. He put - nine there overnight, and on the following morning li
March 7, 1919 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
This Is a special good Envelope, suitable for invoice accounts and all kinds of buviness purposes. Business men should send for our sample set of envelopes. All prices, from "6 to 20/- per 1,000.

This Is a special good Envelope, suitable for invoice accounts and all kinds of buviness purposes. Business men should send for our sample set of envelopes. All prices, from "6 to 20/- per 1,000.

NEW LOCAL INVENTION. The following iriformation is specially compiled for She S omerset Standard by ?devil's. Hughes A: Young, Patent Agents, of 55-56, Chancery-lane, London, wbo will give our readers all information relating to the protection of inventions and the registration
March 7, 1919 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
• GQOD GOODS.

• GQOD GOODS.

GQOD GOODS. • 1- ROBINSON'S SALICYLIC CORN CURB has been sold in ironic for 25. years. It is a good thing. Its reputation rests on its uprooting (puddles. It never tails to cure. Small size, 9d.; double else. 1/11. ROBINSON'S KOFF KURE.—The remedy inch is d because it never tails
March 14, 1919 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
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March 14, 1919 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England