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Dorset In 1825

Dorset In 1825

A Scotsman On County Farming By G. E. FUSSELL A Scotsman is likely to b e very severe his judgment on the very south England. This all too obvious some of J. C. Loudon's remarks on Dorset farming, but he was very certain himself. He even states the acreage of the county, " 711,2
December 29, 1950 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
Widow of Romsey Centenarian

Widow of Romsey Centenarian

Dies Hospital Aged 89 Mrs. Julia Maud Johnson, who died at the Gardens Hospital, Romsey, aged 89, was the widow of Mr. John Johnson, who died five years ago the age of 104. They had lived at 33. Banning-street, Romsey, for over 50 years. Mrs. Johnson leaves two sons and a daught
December 29, 1950 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
3,000 at Boxing-Day Meet

3,000 at Boxing-Day Meet

Bridport's Welcome to Cattistock Hunt Three thousand people thronged the streets, where, led the Joint Masters, Colonel H. C. C Batten and Mr. E. M. Gundry, the Cattistock Hunt met at Bridport on Boxing morning. From the Bull Hotel the Mayor (Mr. T. J. Dale) extended an official
December 29, 1950 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
TEL 161 CARLTON SHERBORNE TEL. 1611 SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31st. Randolph Scott, Ann Richards, "Gabby " Hayes in BADMAN'S TERRITORY (U).

TEL 161 CARLTON SHERBORNE TEL. 1611 SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31st. Randolph Scott, Ann Richards, "Gabby " Hayes in BADMAN'S TERRITORY (U).

Also Bob Nolan and Sons of the Pioneers in MELODY MAKER (U). JANUARY Ist FOR SIX DAYS ON THE STAGE MONDAY TO FRIDAY At 7 p.m. SATURDAY sp.m. A Bp.m. Matinees New Year'* Day, Wednesday & Thursday At 2.30 p.m. Saturday At p.m. YORK AND BRADY PRODUCTIONS present "CINDERELLA" With S
December 29, 1950 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
Local & District News

Local & District News

SHERBORNE Old Folks' Party, Wessex Club, Saturday, January 6th, 3 p.m. L. P. Lani for Reliable Clock and Watch • Repairs Engraving and Pearl Stringing a speciality. We have a selection of Clocks. Watches and Jewellery. 248. Higher Westbury. gherborne. More and More Housewives ar
December 29, 1950 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 

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Ordinations at Salisbury

Ordinations at Salisbury

Wimborne Curate is Queen's Nephew Among those ordained by the Bishop of Salisbury (Dr. W. L. Anderson) at the Cathedral Thursday were the Hon. Andrew Charles Victor Elphinstone, ft nephew of the Queen, and Mr. Charles Thomas Maslin, who stands six feet ten and a half inches and
December 29, 1950 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
Roman silved coin of about 300 B.C. was found during excavations Fakenham, Suffolk.

Roman silved coin of about 300 B.C. was found during excavations Fakenham, Suffolk.

December 29, 1950 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
Injured Man Died From Food Poisoning

Injured Man Died From Food Poisoning

Poole Inquest Verdict 83-year-old retired windowcleaner, Walter Burt, 13, Sedgley-road, Winton, who died in Alderney Hospital three weeks after being involved in a road accident at Winton, was stated at the Poole inquest on Thursday, by Dr. W. MacNaughtan, to have died from food
December 29, 1950 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
Employment In Weymouth Area

Employment In Weymouth Area

Few Opportunities For Older Men At the December meeting of tlie Weymouth and District Employment Committee, the Secretary, Mr. N. A. Pick, manager of the Weymouth Employment Exchange, drew attention to the display of selected vacancies in the windows of the Weymouth Employment E
December 29, 1950 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
Ten pullets buy children new clothes Mr. F. A. H.. of Sussex, writes: I have been a user of Karswood

Ten pullets buy children new clothes Mr. F. A. H.. of Sussex, writes: I have been a user of Karswood

Poultry Spice for many years. Following are the results for 1949-50.10 pullets laid between 45 and 50 eggs a week over the year. I sold 21 dozen week at 4/- a doz making: total of £24. Food cost £7 4 leaving a profit of £16.15.6 With that wife managed to keep our two children In
December 29, 1950 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England