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25HBSlEGGS#r Per HEN Per WEEK/ MR. R. H. 8.. of Surrey, writes- V " I bought a small packet of

25HBSlEGGS#r Per HEN Per WEEK/ MR. R. H. 8.. of Surrey, writes- V " I bought a small packet of

I Karswood Spice, and used tt 4 old hens. Fromi eresa week . tnelr w , went up to 18 - 21. - ergs « week. Now huv 810 packet of Karswood'! Corn Deal «ii Karswood Poultry Spice Insects; ln packets 7jS.. and bulk
June 15, 1945 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
THE MARTOCK EGG BOX Made of tough Tan Leatherboard doz size 2/3 each I Post 2 doz size 3/- each

THE MARTOCK EGG BOX Made of tough Tan Leatherboard doz size 2/3 each I Post 2 doz size 3/- each

| Free HARRY HEBDITCH, Ltd. MARTOCK. Somerset SACKS WANTED As Pioneers In Salvaging FARMERS EMPTY SACKS and BAGS have paid SATISFACTORY PRICES for literally MILLIONS of Farmers Bags HIGHEST PRICES ARE STILL OFFERED Send for details to:— . ROBERT DAVIE SENIOR & Co., Ltd. 3, FENWI
June 15, 1945 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
Births, Marriages & Deaths 2d per Word Prepaid; Minimum 2/6 in Memorlam Notice;: & Silver Weddings 3d Word; Minimum 3/-

Births, Marriages & Deaths 2d per Word Prepaid; Minimum 2/6 in Memorlam Notice;: & Silver Weddings 3d Word; Minimum 3/-

BIRTH*. Bkoome.—On June at Baltonsborough Vicarage, to Mary (nee and Donald Broome, a son. (06964 Framfton.—May 27th. at Manor Farm. Tarrant Monkton. to Ann Louisa (nee Rumboldi. wife Corpl. A. Frampton. R.A.F.. son—Anthony Arthur Michael. Gibbs.—June 4th. 1945, Yeovil Maternity
June 15, 1945 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
DORCHESTER POLICE COURT.

DORCHESTER POLICE COURT.

BOROUGH POLICE-COURT. tho Mayor ,'Mr. J. Porters Aldermeh G. Davis and S. D. Allen, Mr. Edwards, and Mr. E. W. Young. WoRKRjiG Lamt. Horse.—James carter, was summoned by Inspector Hooker, R.S.P.C.A., for cruelty horse by working it a iamo condition; and Caleb Edward Young, contr
June 6, 1913 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
ANOTHER BYE-ELECTION.

ANOTHER BYE-ELECTION.

MEMJ3ER FOR WANDSWORTH RESIGNS > * SEAT. At a meeting the Wandsworth Association Monday evening letter wa from Sir Henry Kimber, M.P., stating that » applied for the Chiltern Hundreds. Mr. Samuel was adopted as candidate. , Sir Henry Kimber has represented Wands « since 1885. At
June 6, 1913 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
SOMERSET, WILTS, & DORSET FARMERS' ASSOCIATION.

SOMERSET, WILTS, & DORSET FARMERS' ASSOCIATION.

GLOOMY FINANCIAL OUTLOOK. EFFORTS RE-ORGANISATION. annual meeting of the Somerset, Wilts, and Dorset Farmers' Association was held the Town Uali, Trowbridge, on Tuesday morning, when tbere was large attendance members. The financial position of Association created a long discuss
June 6, 1913 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
£150 DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF PROMISE.

£150 DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF PROMISE.

DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF PROMISE. VVILLITON MUSIC TEACHER'S SUCCESSFUL ACTION. 480 LETTERS. tho King's Bench Division on Thursday, before Mr. Justice Rov.lctt, Miss Mabel Hole, of WiLliton, "near Taunton, was awarded damage.? against Reginald Hurley, of Earl's Courtroad, W., for bre
June 6, 1913 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
LOCAL BANKRUPTS.

LOCAL BANKRUPTS.

From the lon Gazette. Receiving Orders.— Poole.— Batten, Ernest Charles Lambourn, Virginia, Parkstone Avenue, Parkstone, Poole, Dorset, musician.—Wyatt, William Russell, 164, Wimborne-road, Winton. Bournemouth, outfitter costumier.—Wells—Truman, Henry Arthur, Meare, Somerset, gr
June 6, 1913 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
DEEDS OF ARRANGEMENT.

DEEDS OF ARRANGEMENT.

From, Kemp's Mercantile Gazette. Hants.—Walter Newman, the Crook and Shears' Inn, Upper Clattord, near Andover, victualler and innkeeper. Trustee, A. Herbert, Market-place, Andover, estate agent. Somerset.—William March. Dsnbam, baker and grocer. Trustee, L. H. Ruegg, Sherborne,
June 6, 1913 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
Another World's Record.—lt is not long ago since a seven year old Mead which had travelled 76,001 miles, broke the

Another World's Record.—lt is not long ago since a seven year old Mead which had travelled 76,001 miles, broke the

world* long distance racord covering a further ,14.360 inilos s'nglo year. Now, Mead sa!fn have established, another world's as last year ovf>r o'O.OOO bioyclefl were sold, and it estimated that output will total machine.'*. figures eloquently testify tha popularity Mcnd_ eyeles
June 6, 1913 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England