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SHEEP KILLED

SHEEP KILLED

Bertram Donald Pursey, decorator, 18, Green Lane Avenue, Street, pleaded guilty to failing to keep a dog under control. Maurice Norton, farm labourer, of Walton, said at 8.30 a.m. on March 30th he went to Great Field, Walton, owned by Mr. E. Frampton, and saw a ewe in the ditch
May 24, 1940 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
EDWARDS’

EDWARDS’

May 24, 1940 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
REGAL SHEPTON MALLET

REGAL SHEPTON MALLET

Poison Pen,” Under Western Stars”; “The Young in Heart,” In Old Monterey.” The queer mind that finds an outlet for its repressions in writing scurrilous, unsigned letters has provided much material for headlines of late. Now it has reached the screen. In “ Poison Pen one sees th
May 24, 1940 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
ACCIDENTS

ACCIDENTS

On Friday night whilst Mr. Tinckne!l, of Easton, was motoring near Chewton Mendip on his way home from Br.stol h s car collided with straying cow. The front of the car was damaged, but there were no personal injuries. WTiilst Mrs. F. Cardwell, of Wells was driving from Br stol t
May 24, 1940 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
LOST —Navy Hat in St. Cuthbert’s Street. Return Taylor, Bell Close, Wells.

LOST —Navy Hat in St. Cuthbert’s Street. Return Taylor, Bell Close, Wells.

May 24, 1940 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
Fixed Sales by Chas. K. Parrott, F.A.I.

Fixed Sales by Chas. K. Parrott, F.A.I.

May 24, 1940 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
SEARCHLIGHT ON CITY COUNCIL EXPENDITURE

SEARCHLIGHT ON CITY COUNCIL EXPENDITURE

You Pay the Rotes— This is Where the Money Goes WELLS IS IN DEBT TO THE TUNE OF £145,000 Perhaps it will come as a bombshell to the ratepayers of Wells to learn that the loan indebtedness of the City Council on March 31st 1939, was no less a sum than £145,882 6s. 4cl. Since 1902
April 12, 1940 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
WITH THE MENDIP

WITH THE MENDIP

HUNT
April 12, 1940 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
HIGHBRIDGE.

HIGHBRIDGE.

luesday.—Messrs. J. H. Palmer and Sons.—ll£ tons of Caerphilly marketed! best quality made to 112s. per : factory Cheddar, Ist quality 112s. per cwt ; no farmhouse Cheddar or truckle cheese submitted.
April 12, 1940 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England