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ROLL OF HONOUR.

ROLL OF HONOUR.

WILTSHIRE REGIMENT'S HEAVY CASUALTIES. The following casualties are reported und#>r various dates (aii are privates except where otherwit© shown):—* Killed. Somerset Light Infantry.—Robert*. 26893 H. (Wellington). Hamprh're Regiment.— DahtDet, 28015 R. (Taunton); Heskms, 27110 A
July 13, 1917 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
Mentioned lv Despatches.— Among those *' mentioned " in General Sir Archibald J. Murray's despatch, published in the "Gazette "

Mentioned lv Despatches.— Among those *' mentioned " in General Sir Archibald J. Murray's despatch, published in the "Gazette "

Friday night, are the following : —Crookenden, Major itemp. Lt.- CoL) A. Ches. Regiment Old Cliftonian) ; Lynden-Bell, Major-Gen. A. L., K.C.M.G., C.B. (an Old Cliftonian); Palm, Bt.-CoL (temp.' Br'iir - Gen.) P.C., C.8.. (Indian Army); Apsley, Sec-Lt. (temp. Lt.) A. A., Lord, M
July 13, 1917 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
DORSET TRIBUNAL.

DORSET TRIBUNAL.

SITTING DORCHESTER. APPEALS FROM SHERBORNE. A MAIDEN NEWTON IRON MOULDER'S EXEMPTION. Dorchester, Friday. Mr. H. Bradley, C.5.1.. presided. The Prodi: ction of Agricultural Implements. —Mr. Bernard Pope (Board of Agriculture representative) supported the appeal of Mr. Nobbs, smi
July 13, 1917 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
BIGGEST AIR RAID.

BIGGEST AIR RAID.

LONDON AT THE MERCY OF THE HUNS. 43 PERSONS KILLED AND 197 INJURED. SOMETHING WRGNG SOMEWHERE. RISING WAVE OF ANGER. London suffered on Saturday morning from another German air raid, by which, including a few casualties in Thanet, people were killed and 197 injured. Among the ki
July 13, 1917 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
ELECTION IN IRELAND.

ELECTION IN IRELAND.

A SINN FEIN VICTORY. Wednesday afternoon the result the contest East Care, fill the vacancy caused by the death of Major Willie Redmond, was made known as follows: Mr. Eamonn De. Valera (Snn Fein)... 5,010 Mr. P. Lynch (Nationalist) 2,035 Sinn Fein majority 2,975 The figures wer
July 13, 1917 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 

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DORSET QUARTER SESSIONS

DORSET QUARTER SESSIONS

THE COUNTY LICENSING COMPENSATION FUND. WIFE REFUSES TO GIVE EVIDENCE AGAINST HER HUSBANDAPPEALS BY THE BRIDPORT GAS COMPANY. A Court of Quarter Sessions for the County of Dorse: was hold at the Shirehall, Dorchester, Wednesday, before Mr. J. C. Swinburne-Hanham (chairman), Col.
July 3, 1925 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
DORCHESTER COUNTY POLICE.

DORCHESTER COUNTY POLICE.

EURLESTON WOMAN'S APPLICATION. ALLEGED BICYCLE THEFT STORY. S rday.—Before Mr. A. Pope (in the chair), Mrs. St dwell, Miss Mansel, Brigadier General C. Gordon Steward, Major-General* Sir William Onslow, X.C.8., Captain Williams, Dr. W. Captain Montgomery Hawkins, Messrs. H. S. W
July 3, 1925 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
NAVAL AIR FORCE.

NAVAL AIR FORCE.

CONTROL CONTROVERSY REACHES A The Westminster Gazette" understands that the long between the Admiralty and the- Air Ministry a3 to the control of the Naval Air Force has now reached a crisis. Pressure being put the Air Ministry accede to the Admiralty's demand which are no* only
July 3, 1925 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
£100,000 GIFT

£100,000 GIFT

BY A MEMBER OF THE WILLS FAMILY. Mrs Ella Rowcroft, of Torquay, a member of the Wills fen ly of Bristol, has announced her intention of detrain? the cost the new Torbay Hospital, at Tomuav on which £100,000 to be spent. Hot only Tos.riction is that the chaplain of the England th
July 3, 1925 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
BUTLERS BAD RECORD.

BUTLERS BAD RECORD.

ASSOCIATIONS WITH LOCAL WINE CELLARS. Albert Thoinaa Tivcndalo (65), who was stated to have been butler to many famous people title and nobility, including tiro late Charles Beresford, tho late Marquis Lord Salisbury, tho Earl of Shrewsbury, David Davies, M.P., the Welsh multi-m
July 3, 1925 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England