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NORTH DORSET CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATION SPORTS FESTIVAL, PRIZES TO THE VALUE OF £120, MILTON ABBEY PARK (Five Miles from Blandford! (By

NORTH DORSET CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATION SPORTS FESTIVAL, PRIZES TO THE VALUE OF £120, MILTON ABBEY PARK (Five Miles from Blandford! (By

kind permission of Sir ERIC HAMBRO, K.8.E.), SATURDAY, JULY 18th, 1925. Mt 3ES 1 5 p.m. Chairman : SIX ERIC HAMBKO, K.B.E, supported The Right Hon. the EARL OF BIRKENHEAD, K.C., Secretary of State for India, Mr. CECIL HANBURY, M.P. MODEL YACHT RACING. JUMPING COMPETITIONS. PONY
July 3, 1925 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES- . R. B. TAYLOR SONS. ESTATE AGENTS FOR THE WEST OF ENGLAND YEOVIL, SHERBORNE and WINCANTON, Association with

RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES- . R. B. TAYLOR SONS. ESTATE AGENTS FOR THE WEST OF ENGLAND YEOVIL, SHERBORNE and WINCANTON, Association with

WILSON A Co., 11, Mount St., **• SOMERSET (Castle Cary 1J Miles).-An Small, Stone-built PROPERTY :—3 Receptiou, J f*,„' Bath. Offices, Ac. Lawn, Gardens, . '.',r Garage. Two Small Meadows. all about Two £I,2oo.—Apply Agents, above. (637.) YEOVIL.-A Well-built and Desirable RESID
July 3, 1925 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
MS, HOLDINGS. LANDS, &c OOLLEY & WALLIS, AND '* ' loNBElis SURVEYORS, Estate agents for new forest, hants, Parti WILTS,

MS, HOLDINGS. LANDS, &c OOLLEY & WALLIS, AND '* ' loNBElis SURVEYORS, Estate agents for new forest, hants, Parti WILTS,

AND DORSET. 4griollltl iral, Rasidential, Building and Busi*OS c * ■ Salisbury; also Ringwood on Market Days. [30072 * - TAYLOR & SONS, BOVfL, SHERBORNE, AND WINCANTON. RMS For. ~ » E * WITH VACANT POSSESSION. Charming RESIDENTIAL PLEASURE W,c «. main ,i7 ' House, 2 reception, b
July 3, 1925 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
NEURASTHENIA.

NEURASTHENIA.

THE VALUE OF HALL'S WINE. The troublo alxnd. Neurasthenia." said a wellknown doctor recently, " is that people something mysterious and obfltttne. want get down plain English describing what ia undoubtedly one of the greatest perils in modern life. people would only call neurast
April 3, 1925 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
SHILLINGSTONE. Local Inhabitants' Death. —After brief illness Mrs. li»wlea passed away < March 2uth, and Mrs. Conway, her mother, on

SHILLINGSTONE. Local Inhabitants' Death. —After brief illness Mrs. li»wlea passed away < March 2uth, and Mrs. Conway, her mother, on

March '24th. The interments took place Parish Churchyard "on Tuesday, March 24th, and on Friday, March 27th, respectively, and were attended by large concourse of mourneis besides the relatives. For the services the Wesleyan Church was toll The officiating clergymen were the Key
April 3, 1925 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
COUNTY COURT HUMOUR

COUNTY COURT HUMOUR

JUDGE AND A JOLLY OLD BACHELOR. INTERESTING EAST ORCHARD CASE. A BOURTON WIDOW'S COTTAGE. A jovial old bachelor of 75, who was defendant in a house possession case, created some .amusement Shaftesbury County Court on Wednesday. An East Orchard farmer named William Turner, who wa
April 3, 1925 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
ENROLMENT IN ARMY RESERVE

ENROLMENT IN ARMY RESERVE

ENROLMENT ARMY RESERVE TO BEGIN AT ONCE. It officially announced that enrolment Section A, Army Reserve, will begin at once, and that for the present the number cf men to be enrolled will be limited to 1,000 Infantry of the Line. No Warrant Officers N.C.O.s of the rank of sergean
April 3, 1925 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
WEYMOUTH BOROUGH POLICECOURT.

WEYMOUTH BOROUGH POLICECOURT.

Tuesday.—Before the Mayor (Mr. F. W. H. Peaty), Messrs. Bartle Bye, T. B. liawkes, H. A. U. Stevens, and A. A. Clarke. A Dan'uerous Practice.—An errand boy, of age, named Edward Stanley, of Lit, Wales-road, was summoned for riding bicycle rate dangerous to the public, and readil
April 3, 1925 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
??? "net TOm Australia to Err"and, the *ith»h .° 0,)0 w ** 'uvolved in y P°int of a!' olf Agulhas,

??? "net TOm Australia to Err"and, the *ith»h .° 0,)0 w ** 'uvolved in y P°int of a!' olf Agulhas,

the most , Although the bows the b ° ppyr d9f ,id make for
April 3, 1925 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO.

ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO.

WHAT WAS HAPPENING IN 1825. The following are extracts from our files of 100 years ago :— APRIL 3rd, 1825. Died.—On Sunday last, at Mr. Winter's, Sherborne, Mrs. Alice Shore, aged 76, having lived in his family more than sixty years. As a faithful, just, ana honest servant she m
April 3, 1925 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England