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PARKSTONE MOTOR-CYCLE FATALITY

PARKSTONE MOTOR-CYCLE FATALITY

MOTOR-CYCLE FATALITY THE ADJOURNED INQUEST. VERDICT OF ACCIDENTAL DEATH." JURY AND MOTOR CYCLIST. After a somewhat lengthy retirement, Parkstono jury, of whom Mr. W. H. was foreman, returned verdict Accidental death upon the occasion of the adjourned inquest, on Tuesday, upon Tho
May 1, 1925 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
Arresting Figgres. The police are still costing more. Although most of the forces have been live per cent, under established

Arresting Figgres. The police are still costing more. Although most of the forces have been live per cent, under established

strength since the war, the cost has risen from 68.024.698 in 1913-14 to in 1923k
May 1, 1925 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
SALISBURY DIOCESAN TEMPERANCE SOCIETY.

SALISBURY DIOCESAN TEMPERANCE SOCIETY.

C.E.T.S. EXAMINATION RESULTS- A report on written examination, 1025, book instruction, "The Crusaders," issued v jug Central C.E.T.S. for the work of tho branches' rt " tha session, has been issued this week by Alt' ccS »t Hankey, the secretary Salisbury ."_ Temperance Society.
May 1, 1925 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
VILLAGE CHIME.

VILLAGE CHIME.

" GIRL MURDERED SUSSEX. ARREST OF A BOY. t!XED STATEMENT PRESENTED IN COURT. J dead body of a ten-year-old girl named ' Jj :.j was found late Friday night »Uv' ar k, near Tunbridgd "Wells, after >p. ous .search by her parents and friends girl's father and mother and three other
May 1, 1925 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
No mistakes and no success make record.— Mr. Edward A. Fileue.

No mistakes and no success make record.— Mr. Edward A. Fileue.

May 1, 1925 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
The Farm

The Farm

1,800 Chickens Fibe.—Eighteen hundred chickens and rabbits were burned death fire in the brooding-house Mr. George Wright's poultry farm, Liverpool-road, Hutton, near Preston. Balanced Rations for Cows.—With view to demonstrating the importance of proper rationing, and particula
May 1, 1925 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
HOW TO DO WITHOUT THATCHING.

HOW TO DO WITHOUT THATCHING.

THE DUTCH BARN AS A SATISFACTORY SUBSTITUTE. Every year it becomes more difficult for the to get his stacks thatched properly, lor the skilled tbatcher is rapidly becoming thing of the past. Those farmers who have turned to the Dutch barn for solution are said to well satisfied.
May 1, 1925 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
ROOTING BY PIGS.

ROOTING BY PIGS.

PATIENCE WHICH IS NOT ALWAYS REWARDED. One of the problems pig-keeping the well-known propensity of the pigs for rooting. Unless they arc ringed in a very short spa«e of time they will turn pasture into ploughed field, and it is surprising to what depth they will go, even in a h
May 1, 1925 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
TOO FEW BACON PIGS

TOO FEW BACON PIGS

EXPERT ON DECLINE OF STOCK. Breeding stock had been very considerably reduced throughout the country, and there was insufficiwit supply of bacon pigs, said Mr. W. A. Stewart Tins day, a conference under the auspices the National Pie Breeders' Association at the Hotel Cecil. He s
May 1, 1925 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
HOMEGROWN WHEAT.

HOMEGROWN WHEAT.

THE MILLING VALUE OF BIFFEN GRAIN. The comparative cheapness of wheat has, unfortunately, nothing to with British farmer, except that he has not allowed the area under wheat to fall quite so rapidly as was feared. Iv the lay view seems likely that wheat will rise, but for tho mo
May 1, 1925 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England