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FIXTURE,. ES'TKNIGHTON ANNUAL FETE will be HELD on Thursday. Jilt 17th, 1913.— T. W. Wrixon, Secretary, New Inn, West Knighton.

FIXTURE,. ES'TKNIGHTON ANNUAL FETE will be HELD on Thursday. Jilt 17th, 1913.— T. W. Wrixon, Secretary, New Inn, West Knighton.

[14238 FOVANT FLOWER SHOW. JULY Slst, 1913. TENDERS Invited for ROUNDABOUTS, SWINGS, _c. .3181] H. E. PEART. Hon. Sec. NNUAL SLATE CLUB FETE Preeton, near Weymouth, on Wednesday, July 23rd, 1913. TENDERS Invited for ROUNDABOUTS, SIDE-SHOWS, or GENERAL AMUSEMENTS. Apply once, Sec
June 13, 1913 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
FIXTURES. BLACKMORE VALE POLO CLUB. JUNIOR COUNTY CUP PLAYED AT SHERBORNE (Weather Permitting), Three p.m., On FRIDAY. SATURDAY, and MONDAY,

FIXTURES. BLACKMORE VALE POLO CLUB. JUNIOR COUNTY CUP PLAYED AT SHERBORNE (Weather Permitting), Three p.m., On FRIDAY. SATURDAY, and MONDAY,

JUNE lSth, 14th, and 16th, Teams from Cavalry School. Salisbury Plain. Cirencester, Y.W.H., Blackmore Vale Polo Clubs WILL. BE COMPETING. NEWTON, YEOVIL, JUNE 21st. ENTRIES CLOSE TO-MORROW (SATURDAY). "WESTERN GAZETTE" SPOILS, TUG-OF-WAR TOURNAMENT, BABY SHOW. OPEN EVENTS, as fo
June 13, 1913 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
I cannot speak too g highly of Iron 'deltoids. 9 \ (See Testimony below.) ft Dr. ANDREW WILSON writes :—"

I cannot speak too g highly of Iron 'deltoids. 9 \ (See Testimony below.) ft Dr. ANDREW WILSON writes :—"

It can be fl definitely stated that Iron Jelloids' constitute the tf " most effective and desirable treatment § " for Anaemia or Poorness of Blood. The \ m " sufferer is able to take Iron ' Jelloids ' ! " without danger, even with pleasure, and § with the sure knowledge that ben
June 13, 1913 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
Pollution Alleged at Glastonbury

Pollution Alleged at Glastonbury

Pollution Alleged Glastonbury Complaint to Catchment Board A further serious complaint of alleged pollution of the mill stream at Glastonbury was made Mr. R. G. Somerset Rivers Catchment Board at Bridgwater on Wednesday. Mr. T. S. Bradford (chairman) presided. Mr. Mapstone said h
November 21, 1947 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
Buried in Native Parish

Buried in Native Parish

Funeral of Former Dean Of Chester The funeral took place at Sparkford on Tuesday of til* Very Rev. F. S. M Bennett D.D., dean of Chester from 1920 to 1937. who died at his home at Taunton, on Friday aged 61. Dr. Bennett, who had lived at Taunton since his retirement years ago, w
November 21, 1947 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
Attempted Betting Frauds

Attempted Betting Frauds

Tisbury and Wincanton Men Gaoled At Tisbury Petty Sessions on Thursday, before Colonel F. S. Kennedy- Shaw, and other justices, Albert Edward Houghton (50), of 103, Courtstreet. Tisbury, was sent to prison for two months, and Frederick Lester (37). of 4, Vale View, The Common, W
November 21, 1947 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
Market Reports

Market Reports

Cattle.—Bristol Nov. 13.—Increased supply of store cattle, and all sold readily. About one-third of the cattle were Irish, fwo-year-olds made 5295; three-yearolds, to 5355; and springers, averaged 5355. Corn London. Nov. 14 Wheat : Milling. 83s : non-millable. 72s 4}d; merchants
November 21, 1947 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
The Week's Sport

The Week's Sport

FOOTBALL YEOVIL BOYS SCHOOLS' CUP. Yeovil District Boys' team to meet Sedgemoor in the first round of the Somerset Schools' Cup at the Yeovil F.C. ground on Saturday morning will be: Hooper (Grass Royal), Chi vers (Ansford >. King (Junior Technical Institute!, Osborne (Summerlea
November 21, 1947 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
RUGBY

RUGBY

Bournemouth, t>; Bridgwater. 8. FROML GO DOWN AGAIN. Frome Club, who are having a very lean season, with only one victory to their credit as yet. lost at home to Ashley Down Old Boys (Bristol) on Saturday five points (one goal) to nil. Frome forwards got the ball very frequently
November 21, 1947 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
CYCLING

CYCLING

SOMERSET ROAD CLUB. Despite the very cold weather, over M members made the run to Glastonbury Tor on Sunday. Next Sunday s objective is Wiscombe Park, leaving the Odecn <Taun- 9_30 a.m. Tea. which is to be arranged. t-ort. Street, and Glastonbury Sections Mrs Glover's (Cyclists
November 21, 1947 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England