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SHEEP.

SHEEP.

(laae 79.—Five breeding ewes, any broed-1 and r, Francis Webb, Beckington ; 2, John W. Pope, Warminster. Claw 80.—Five wotber lamb , ., any breed, to ho bred by exhibitor-1, John W. Pope ;2,5. R. Kidner and Sons, South Stoke ; r, Francis Webb. Class 81.—Five Chileer Lambs, any b
September 30, 1921 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
DUCKS.

DUCKS.

Clam 32.—Indian Runner (whlte)—l and 2. Capt. Symons Jeune : 3, E. Goldfinch. Wags 33.—Indian Runner (any other colour)--I Capt. A. C. Eale 2, Capt. Symons Jeune 3, Mrs. T. R. Brain. Class 34.—Any other variety—l and 3, James J. Jolce2 3 2, J. H. Baker and Sons. BANTAMS. Clause
September 30, 1921 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
PIGEONS.

PIGEONS.

(lass 61.—Worklug Homer, cock-1, H. W. Record; 2, B. Walker: 3, PjAntirewartha. (lass 65.—Working Homer, ben-1, J. Oatman 2, S. Frost ; 3, W. T. Farthing. (lava 66.—Working Homer, bred 1921, cock-1, F. T. Hoskins ; 2 and 3, Williams Bros 1, H. S. Fellow ; 5, W. F. Long. Class 67
September 30, 1921 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
1,16 EoNa.

1,16 EoNa.

EoNa. (lam 106.—Workbar Homer-3 and vb.., 1.. J. Bless r, S. Norell be, H. 0. Ch'vers. Clam 107.—Worklpg Horner, bred 1921, SO miles— I, and e, H. 0. Cblvera and be, S. Norvd 3 and r, L. J. Riggs •be, H. J. Higgs and W. ',stetson be, A. K. Millet t.
September 30, 1921 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
JARMAN-BURTON.

JARMAN-BURTON.

The Parish Church of St. John. Frame, was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Saturday Bt. when Douglas Arthur, second eon of Mr. and Mrs. Jarman, of Southsea, was married to Alice Mary. only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Burton. of 29. Alexandra Road, Frome. the Rev. Preb. W. F
April 5, 1929 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
MINISTERIAL EXPLANATIONS AND

MINISTERIAL EXPLANATIONS AND

DENIALS. Mr. Percy Hurd, M.P. for the From. Division. has received a detailed report front the Ministry of Agriculture under date Sept. 26th, on the present position of the export horse traffic. Mr. Hurd, in pursuance of previous correspondence, sailed the attention of the Minis
September 30, 1921 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
CONING EVENTS.

CONING EVENTS.

Oct. 3. Mrs. Boyce. Temperance Hall, Frome. ••5, Frome Repository—Harding & Hone. 5, From. Repository—Cooper & Tanner. 6. Unionist Dance. Drill Hall. Frome. 9. Christ Church Harvest Festival. Nov. 8. Unionist Whist Drive. Co-operative Hall, Frome. Dec. 1. Unionist Dance, Drill H
September 30, 1921 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE SOMERSET STANDARD.

THE SOMERSET STANDARD.

September 30, 1921 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
SCOPE OF THE SCHEME.

SCOPE OF THE SCHEME.

These grants will not extend to housing schemes or other local schemes which are already in receipc, of assistance from public funds, but may be applied to sites which Local Authorities desire to develop outside the State housing schemes. In order that the available funds mar gi
September 30, 1921 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1921. THE HOUSE FOR VALUES. TI NEWEST HIGH-CLASS DRESS MATERIALS AT MOST REASONABLE PRICES. GET THEM AT

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1921. THE HOUSE FOR VALUES. TI NEWEST HIGH-CLASS DRESS MATERIALS AT MOST REASONABLE PRICES. GET THEM AT

- - - GRADIDGE'S, Waterloo House, FROME.
September 30, 1921 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England