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WINCANTON.

WINCANTON.

Masonic Installation. —the annual meeting of local Freemasons for tbe installation W.M. ensuing year took place Thursday afternoon last week the Masonic Lodge, when Bro. J. W. Eden, S.W. ami W.M.-elect, was duly installed in the chair of King Solomon. Tbe Wincauton brethren atte
January 20, 1899 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
GILLINGHAM.

GILLINGHAM.

Volunteer Orders.— Friday—Recruit drill, eight j).m. Monday—Eight p.m., position and aiming drill. Tuesday — Eight p.m., recruit drill. Subaltern on duty —Lieutenant D'Aeth. Orderlies—Colour-Sergt. Barnes, Lanca-Corpl. Bugler Flower. Prize Distribution.—The annual distribution p
January 20, 1899 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
NEWS OF THE WEEK.

NEWS OF THE WEEK.

The Queen takes daily drives at Osborne when the weather permits. Her Majesty continues in excellent health. The Princess Louise on Tuesday distributed prizes to the Royal Female School of Art. Replying to vote of thanks to Her Royal Highness, the Marquis Lome expressod the grea
January 20, 1899 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
THE WORK OF THE NEXT SESSION.

THE WORK OF THE NEXT SESSION.

SPEECH BY THE CHAN CELLO THE EXCHEQUER. Speaking Bristol ou Wednesday Sir Michael Hicks-Beach said some of tbe more important items of the legislative programme for i lex t, Session bad disclosed. They were not revolutionary, even sensational, but would 0 rcat dv*ntage the socia
January 20, 1899 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
GREAT BRITAIN AND FRANCE.

GREAT BRITAIN AND FRANCE.

OFFICIAL CORRUPTION IN PARIS. The Times Paiis correspondent sends some interesting observations by M. Bcllot Minieres, prominent .ig.iculturist, who, he says, a great friend of England, ou the relations between the two countries. M. Bellot de Minnies says that neither Paris nor
January 20, 1899 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
Thb Rkgistrar-Gsnkral's Returns cannot be, the nature of thing?, very lively but all facts and figures relating to the consequences

Thb Rkgistrar-Gsnkral's Returns cannot be, the nature of thing?, very lively but all facts and figures relating to the consequences

of disease are full of instruction. We remember enthusiastic Vet.," during the great Influenza Epidemic, describing the sufferings of horses from that disease, and finishing with the remark — Exactly liko a human creature Here is the touehstoue of truth which is in Tipper's " Vc
January 20, 1899 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
RURI-DECANAL CONFERENCE.

RURI-DECANAL CONFERENCE.

THE QUESTION OF CHURCH DISESTABLISHMENT. Friday morning a meeting of the Ruri-Decanal Conference the District Deaneries of Merston and Port was held at Hendford Manor Lodge the permission of Mr. J. B. Paynter. The chair was taken by the Rev. Arthur G. Dowell, vicar of Henstridge
March 22, 1895 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
DISTRICT COUNCIL AND BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

DISTRICT COUNCIL AND BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

DISTRICT COUNCIL AND BOARD GUARDIANS. Thcksday, March I*.—Present: Messrs. Paiham (in the chair), J. Soammcll (vice-chairman), Drew, Day, Ayles, Whitehead, Tucker, Taylor, Gatehouse, Light, Goldie, Davis, Mullius, Jarrct, Bastable, Loader, Prideaux, 'vlatts, Upcral't, Sharpe, Hun
March 22, 1895 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
Sir Charles Scotter, General Manager of the London and South-Western Railway, is confined to his bed his residence, Sandilands, Surbiton

Sir Charles Scotter, General Manager of the London and South-Western Railway, is confined to his bed his residence, Sandilands, Surbiton

Hill Park, with influenza. Members of the Stock Exchange Arrested.— Much excitement was caused in Throgmorton-street on Tuesday by the interference of the police with the customary gathering members of the Stock Exchange for transacting business after closing hours. One gentlema
March 22, 1895 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
ONCE UPON 10 ai -OEOPLE always resorted keeper if they * OR JEWELLERY, thasi. fay sidered far more economical the

ONCE UPON 10 ai -OEOPLE always resorted keeper if they * OR JEWELLERY, thasi. fay sidered far more economical the

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March 22, 1895 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England