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TRADE MCDONALD & Co., FISH AND GAME DEALERS, 18a, SOUTH STREET, DORCHESTER, BEG to Inform the Nobility, Gentry, Tradesmen, and

TRADE MCDONALD & Co., FISH AND GAME DEALERS, 18a, SOUTH STREET, DORCHESTER, BEG to Inform the Nobility, Gentry, Tradesmen, and

Inhabitants Dorchester and Neighbourhood generally that they have SUCCEEDED TO THE BUSINESS Mr. G. E. Halt,, at the above Address, and hope by strict attention to Business to Merit a share the Patronage so liberally bestowed on him. The GAME and RABBIT BUSINESS lately carried on
January 13, 1888 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
SOMERSET COUNTY FOOTBALL UNION. the Editor. Saturday last th* match v. Gloucester, took place Bridgwater, and resulted in an easy

SOMERSET COUNTY FOOTBALL UNION. the Editor. Saturday last th* match v. Gloucester, took place Bridgwater, and resulted in an easy

win for Somerset, two goals and five trie*—11 points nil. On Saturday next, the 14th Inst., a good game is expected with Yorkshire, and I am glad to able to state the Great Western Railway Company have consented to issue excursion tickets Weston-super-Mare and back from Yeovil a
January 13, 1888 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
CHURCH OF ENGLAND.

CHURCH OF ENGLAND.

The Dean and Chapter of Canterbury have presented the vicarage Sopley, near Bournemouth, to the Rev. J. F. Vallings, at present curate of Hythe, Kent, and formerly sub-warden of St. Augustine's Missionary College. The Venerable Archdeacon Earle, Archdeacon Totnes, has been appoi
January 13, 1888 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
MR. GOSCHEN ON THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND.

MR. GOSCHEN ON THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND.

Mr. Goschen delivered an address the Church of England Working Men's Society, in Pimlico, London, nday night, but the right lion, gentleman's request the meeting was private. Mr. Ooschen said it was gratifying to see the Church being supported by many genuine working men. The Ch
January 13, 1888 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
DIOCESE OF BATH AND YELLS.

DIOCESE OF BATH AND YELLS.

The Key. D. Perrott, who has been for two years curate Cannineton, near Bridgwater, has been presented with purse of gold, and a silver pocket Communion service, resigning that labour for similar post Washington, in the diocese Durham. The Bishop of and Wells has licensed the Re
January 13, 1888 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 

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Foreign News.

stoker on board H.M.S. Thunderer has been accidentally suffocated Malta. Two guards and engine driver have been killed, and live passengers injured, railway accident Holland. Another Nihilist plot against tbe life of tbe Czar has been discovered at St. Petersburg, and many arres
January 13, 1888 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
FATAL RAILWAY DISASTER IN AMERICA.

FATAL RAILWAY DISASTER IN AMERICA.

A serious accident occurred on Tuesday on the and Maine Railway. An express train from Boston Portland was passing over a bridge at Haverhill, Massachusetts, when, owing to the spreading of the rails, it ran off the line. Eight persons were killed and many injured.
January 13, 1888 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
HUNTING APPOINTMENTS,

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS,

Her Majesty's Stauuounds.— Friday (this day), Warren Honse-at 11.80. Devon and Somerset Staghounds.—Friday (this day), Cloutsham—at 10. Saveknake Forest Staghounds.—Wednesday, Nether, 11. Dart Vale Harriers.—Friday (this day), Stretch'ord. Staverton—at 11. Wells Subscription Har
January 13, 1888 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
AXBRIDGE PETTY SESSIONS.

AXBRIDGE PETTY SESSIONS.

Monday.—Before Colonel Luttrell (chairman). Major W», the Rev. J. A. Messrs. K. H. Llewellyn, M.P., - L. F. Edwards, S. Hill, and C. J. Simmons. Several were granted, well temporary licenses and ext-nsions of hours for balls, <tc. Duty Xeo\.v.ctf.d.-George Hill, farmer, Cheddar,
January 13, 1888 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
UNIONIST MEETING AT WINSCOMBE.

UNIONIST MEETING AT WINSCOMBE.

SIR RICHARD H. PAGET, M.P., UNIONIST PRINCIPLES. On Thursday, Jan. 5, Unionist meeting-, permission the Rev J. A. Yatman, was held in the Racquet Court, Winscorabe Hill, when addresses were delivered by Sir R. H. Paget, Bart., M.P. for the Wells Division, of which Winscombe form
January 13, 1888 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England