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HUNTING.

HUNTING.

The Wilton- Hr.vr.—Owing to' an outbreak distemper the Wilton Foxhounds will not meet again this season. Huntsman for Years.—Mr. Sam Morgan, of Wentwortb, near Sheffield, huntsman with Earl Fitz>. William's.Hounds, retired on Saturday, after-filLyears' service with the Hounds. c
April 11, 1919 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
THE BALKANS.

THE BALKANS.

SERBO - ROUMANIAN MOYE. TROOPS ASSEMBLING ON FRONTIERS. A telegram the Paris newspapers from Rome states that Serbia and Roumania are oonoentrating considerable forces along the route which would have be taken by German armies order join hands with the Turks. One hundred and fif
September 10, 1915 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
HE STARVED HIMSELF.

HE STARVED HIMSELF.

STARVED HIMSELF. STARCHY DYSPEPSIA MADE LIFE MISERABLE. Writing from Dunfermline, former sufferer praises Grape-Nuts food. "For many years," he writes, I was a victim of what doctors call starchy dyspepsia, which no medicine seemed to improve and no diet seemed to diminish. The o
September 10, 1915 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
DESTRUCTION OF WASPS.

DESTRUCTION OF WASPS.

A SIMPLE METHOD. A correspondent writes to The Field 1 accidentally discovered few days since that the vapour or gas given off from benzol or petrol is instantly fatal to wasps and other insects. Three or four ounces of either spirit injected by a small syringe into nest absolut
September 10, 1915 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
BALTS BY AUCTION. 05 MONDAY, 13TH, 1915. WILTON GREAT FAIR. WOOLLEY & WALLIS will HOLD their large ANNUAL SALE Registered

BALTS BY AUCTION. 05 MONDAY, 13TH, 1915. WILTON GREAT FAIR. WOOLLEY & WALLIS will HOLD their large ANNUAL SALE Registered

and other Hampshire Down EWES, LAMBS. AND RAMS, in the above Fair. PRESENT ENTRIES 5,250 EWES AND LAMBS, including : The property of Mr. Parsons, of Countess Farm, Amesbury, SIX-TEETH EWES, 140 FOUR-TEETH EWES, To be Sold in Pens of Ten and Twenty. Further Entries are respectful
September 10, 1915 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 

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From Little Davids Sketch Book; m This jolly smile is when there is Swiss Roll for tea, made with BIRD'S

From Little Davids Sketch Book; m This jolly smile is when there is Swiss Roll for tea, made with BIRD'S

SPONGIE. A very disappointed little boy there is BIRD'S Spoagie Roll to-day. In a few moments you can make the most dainty and delightful Swiss Roll or Victoria Sandwich, light,* spongy, moist, and rich golden colour, with a 2id packet to-day Ask your grocer for two packets like
September 10, 1915 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
servants,_&^: 0 w with Milk sold. /°«. I'ocock BfiOS., Chape inl iAni B. LAWBMO*. Shell _1 ghel i -Apply B-

servants,_&^: 0 w with Milk sold. /°«. I'ocock BfiOS., Chape inl iAni B. LAWBMO*. Shell _1 ghel i -Apply B-

geiva^ Hants. " '""' 1 Clean, economical. Cheddar. -r[d"dl ' a r f' gis, reference, . . p fflo Wblehome. "f working m«n. Comio wedmor?^-' j working o raab u re Jily.-B. r ■"n'rfoßtCEßi'Kß (worki g on t, - ~^li «TSS^^C^S^ Ply, letter, to good 1 0 a CB^SFST .rvmta. Stale age, ton.
September 10, 1915 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
FARM, GARDEN, DAIRY, &.C. 5,000 RICK SPARS WANTED. JOHN HOOPER, Langton, i >IKLL) TURNIPS (goad) WANTED. State price ton.— JLMEI

FARM, GARDEN, DAIRY, &.C. 5,000 RICK SPARS WANTED. JOHN HOOPER, Langton, i >IKLL) TURNIPS (goad) WANTED. State price ton.— JLMEI

<FC SON, Salisbury. [3io4i STRAW SALE, ab.ut tons.— JOSEPH WHITE, Top House, Hindoo, Salisbury. [hBj62 AY (10" tons) WASTED FOR - ehaft. Cash.— J. PEACH] 16, OotkUKfc Roaf, Bournemouth. [ITT792 AIRY 45 COWS TO LET or MANAGE.—AppIy, WITH refeiences, to CHICK, Stratton, stcr. PPLE
September 10, 1915 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
General has been appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Armies the Northern front. £I,'XQ fob HusßA.VD._Lieut. Robert r» dlQaa , or<J

General has been appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Armies the Northern front. £I,'XQ fob HusßA.VD._Lieut. Robert r» dlQaa , or<J

* red Justice Dodd at Duolin m Monday, to pay £1,000 damages' Pipes V.C. Piper V.C., was presented the Lord Mayor tho .Mansion House, Monday a .gold m recognition of h>« gafcv I ud, »". Who was played Lord Major's Recruiting Band of modest his reply tiie Led Ma*™'* J menu, ' If
March 3, 1916 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
TWO VOICES.

TWO VOICES.

In justice ourselves, print following paragraph which appeared under the above heading in last Monday's "Globe" with regard to our contemporary, the "Western Chronicle," published Yeovil. -A number of other papers which drew attention the insertion of these two advertisements sp
March 3, 1916 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England