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November 23, 1923 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
XO TAXATIOX OF FOOD

XO TAXATIOX OF FOOD

Mr. Baldwin saw his way to achieve his aim without the taxation of food in the shape of meat, wheat, flour, bats, cheese and butter. That was a pretty good list, and housewives could sleep comfortably in their beds, sure that their food was not going to be raised by a tariff. He
November 23, 1923 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
APARTMENTS.

APARTMENTS.

OMPORTABLE Homely Lodgings, (would J suit young business gentleman, close maHways stations. Apply, Box 36, Journal Office, Wells.
November 23, 1923 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
POLSHAM QUAE HYMAN FINED £2.

POLSHAM QUAE HYMAN FINED £2.

QUAE HYMAN FINED £2. the Weils City Police Court this (Ijnursday) morning, before Air. i'. Knight, Air. it. u. Ceorge, ana Air. o. L. Davis. Cliinstoipiier Owen rice, quarryman of Polsham, was charged with Having November ■ZOtn, at ells, stolen wooden till and 3s. 9d. in money, t
November 23, 1923 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
The Mean what you say when you say • L-;-> 1 Sa e y Good Health with Allen’s Min- \

The Mean what you say when you say • L-;-> 1 Sa e y Good Health with Allen’s Min- \

'll! lillfflnilr/ eral and Table Waters, and your wish \ illllil lllT’ ' / will have a meaning true and sincere. \ illlllllil I'V / Allen’s Table Waters, pure and fresh. \ iidlifl i .111 B'l' / crystal clear and sparkling, are truly 'f j \ / health and pleasure giving. Invigorat
November 23, 1923 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
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November 23, 1923 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
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One of their super shouters kept propounding a very live axiom when he with a stentorian frequency reminded all and sundry that there was only one referee.
November 23, 1923 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
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Mr. Dyer, who had control of the match had. the unique distinction of not being told during the ninety minutes contest “to play the game.” THE EMPIRE AT WEMBLEY. THE COMING EXHIBITION. By Sir Edward Manville, !M.P Past President of the Association of British Chambers of Commerce
November 23, 1923 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England