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GREGORY’S

GREGORY’S

CHEDDAR HIGHBRIDGE Telephone: 6S WELLS Telephone : 24
August 16, 1940 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
STEPHENSONS

STEPHENSONS

House Furnishers SHEPTON MALLET Continue to hold a huge stock of This Week-end—Thursday and Friday at 7.0. Saturday Matinee at 2.30. Evening Continuous from 5.45 Last Performance comm. 8.30 Approx. JACK GRETA GYNTMn THE MIDDLE WATCH Also FRED STOWE and ROCHELLE HUDSON in HEOIMG
August 16, 1940 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
GARDENING TIMI

GARDENING TIMI

Sir,- —Gardening liars are now in full cry. Jarge started it at the local. He had a tater nigh on a pound and a half. Fred capped this by a kidney bean that were over ft. long. Bert went one better by a honion that were 9 inches across if he w ere a blue pencil hinch. Alby told
August 16, 1940 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
HOME GUARD SHOOTING

HOME GUARD SHOOTING

Sir, —In this village of Wrington, there is a section of Home Guard of all ages from 17 to 65, all of whom are employed whole time on some form of civilian work, so that opportunities for Home Guard training are very limited. A certain number of the men had previous experience o
August 16, 1940 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
THE LANDLORD S CASE

THE LANDLORD S CASE

Mr. Marsh explained that the two tenements adjoined and were under one roof, being on the left hand side of the railway line at Uraycott station. One of the tenements was occupied by the applicant and the other the respondent. The property was purchased Mr. Butler in June 1921,
November 23, 1923 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
A LODGER IN THE HOUSE

A LODGER IN THE HOUSE

conduct of the respondent complained of the applicant was that she persistently threw dirty water and soap suds in front of the house and thereby created an intolerable stench, whilst the house was in a bad condition, owing, it was alleged through the neglect of Mrs. Wall. The a
November 23, 1923 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
SITUATIONS WANTED.

SITUATIONS WANTED.

-\r OUXG GIRL, 16., Requires Situation as JL General (preferably to be trained). Apply, 8., Journal Office, Wells. NURSING. O MALL Refined Home for Invalids and Aged O People; skilled Care; ward or private ro#ms. ’Bus passes door.—Apply, Matron, Highoridge Nursing Horae,
November 23, 1923 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
DRAYCOTT v. COXGRFSBURY

DRAYCOTT v. COXGRFSBURY

On Saturday last Congresbury were the visitors to Drayoott, and lost by the odd goal of three. Congresbury won the toss, and put Draycott to face the sun. W. Evans started the ball rolling and a nice run by J. Hanwill in the early stages enabled H. Reeves to find the net. Congre
November 23, 1923 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
SOMERSET AND WEST OF ENGLAND ADVERTISER, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1923. .MUSINGS BY SUNDRY SCRIBES

SOMERSET AND WEST OF ENGLAND ADVERTISER, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1923. .MUSINGS BY SUNDRY SCRIBES

The following could not have occurred in Wells. Teach to little boy who has oome to school with a dirty iace: Tommy, why don’t you wash your face before you come to school and not let people see what you have had for breakfast ? Tommy, dexiantly: What did 1 have for breakfast, t
November 23, 1923 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
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Mr. Le Queux in his latest book, Things I know about Kings, Celebrities and Crooks (Eneleigh, Nash and Grayson, 12s .6d.) relates the story of an American millionaire, who was being shewn over some Scottish property by Lord Frederick Hamilton. The Yank was being taken over the e
November 23, 1923 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England