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HOSPITAL SERVICES

HOSPITAL SERVICES

PROPOSED ARRANGEMENTS FOR DORSET WEYMOUTH & SALISBURY SUGGESTED At a meeting of the Shaftesbury Rural District Council on Thursday the Public Health Committee reported that the Medical Officer of Health, Dr. G. B. Scott had referred the Ministry of Health Blue Book Hospital Surv
June 15, 1945 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
TRIP TO LONDON

TRIP TO LONDON

BOLRTON YOUTH'S FRUITLESS SEARCH y-nv Petty Sessions on At Salisbury withers, aged Monday John Bourton. 1.. of 2, The f tne Court on Mere, was again beior a charge of stealing Beatrice £20 the property reet Taylor, of Yeoman said /Previous week, pleaded accused, the pie vim wag
June 15, 1945 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
NORTH DORSET GUILD OF RINGERS

NORTH DORSET GUILD OF RINGERS

: SUMMER MEETING AT ZEALS Between and members attended the summer meeting of the Guild on Saturday Zeals Towers Gillingham, Mere. Bourton, Silton, Kington Magna. Hazelbury Bryan. Buckhorn Weston Motcombe. Iwerne Minster. Stourton. Stoke Trister. North Cadburv and Ferndown were r
June 15, 1945 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
Mainly for Women OUR TOWN COUSIN'S LETTER ARE WORTH lit dear Eve. Summery frocks seem rather ovtravagance this climate. We

Mainly for Women OUR TOWN COUSIN'S LETTER ARE WORTH lit dear Eve. Summery frocks seem rather ovtravagance this climate. We

EST very well save up precious for really hot-weather and never get very much wear °~ it at all. Yet it seems a pity n«t to have anything pretty to wear when the sun does condescend to e not make yourself a really „ .v skirt of some summery material, and wear it with tne plain s
June 15, 1945 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
TWO HUNDRED YEARS AGO

TWO HUNDRED YEARS AGO

[From our Files of 1745.] Friday came advice that last His Majesty Snip MonmU^hy U^hy took off Portland, alter a SSSf eSSement aFrench privateer guns and 200 men. ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO I From our Flies of 1845.] SHE farewell sermon on Sun- He relinquishes the of the Grammar sS!w
June 15, 1945 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 

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THE SOUTHERN COUNTIES AGRICULTURAL TRADING SOCIETY, LTD.

THE SOUTHERN COUNTIES AGRICULTURAL TRADING SOCIETY, LTD.

The Thirty-Eighth Annual General Meeting was held at 90, High Street, Winchester, Monday, 4th June. 1945, when the Balance Sheet and Statement of Accounts for the year ended 31st January, -a-as presented. the unavoidable absence of the President, Sir G. J, R. Cooper, Bart., the
June 15, 1945 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
THE GENERAL ELECTION

THE GENERAL ELECTION

THE CAMPAIGN LOCAL CONSTITUENCIES BOURNEMOUTH PROSPECTIVE CANDIDATES. Sir Leonard Lyle (Con.). Mr. Robert S. W. Pollard (Lab.). Lieut. Basil Wigoder (Lib.). Mr. S. Kermode (Ind.). 1935 Election. Sir Hy. Page Croft (Con.) 32,645 Mr. M. S. Davidson (Lab.) 13.279 Con. majority ....
June 15, 1945 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
CLAYESMORE SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP RESULTS

CLAYESMORE SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP RESULTS

Results.—l, j. p. A. Ross (Westbourne House Penarth. Glam.); 2, I. F. Wayman (Clayesmore School); 3. M. B. Alterman (Oakmount School, Bartley, Southampton |: D S. Paisley (Clayesmore School): exhibition. C. R. Edwards (Clayesmora School).
June 15, 1945 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
ELECTION ISSUES

ELECTION ISSUES

CONSCRIPTION To the Editor of the Western Gazette SPSS? oir e f o omSA eft ln con° doubt. that of military conscription seems t0 ha Ve , rmfr'ace to give it prominent place programme; it is, the main. g-SLp yet the issue is one most in point of future reconstruction and of true
June 15, 1945 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
THE COUNTRYSIDE

THE COUNTRYSIDE

THE WEEK FARM AND FIELD THE COUNTRYMAN. I haven't yet finished about this planning of new housing sites. Because, unless we villagers are alert and noisy, we are going to find our villages transformed into congested slums. It is a pity that Government officials, when they go aro
June 15, 1945 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England