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Good full-bodied Dinner Wine, specially suitable for mixing with Water, or Claret Cup. 12s. per Dozen. Light Summer Wines. CLARETS.

Good full-bodied Dinner Wine, specially suitable for mixing with Water, or Claret Cup. 12s. per Dozen. Light Summer Wines. CLARETS.

1100 Doz. Chateau Mcnitferrarid. VINTAGE 1887. Fine delicate Wine, with good Bouquet. 18s. per Dozen.
19 September 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
AGX!cT Fos FROlli,

AGX!cT Fos FROlli,

AGX!cT Fos 1 Mr. W. MITCHAM, RAILWAY STATION. O LEN, BY TEE SOUTHE ,75,000 T COUNTI D ES DEPOSIT BANK,RN LIMITED, in sums of £lO to 0500, on NOTE OF LAND ALONE, or Furniture, Farming Stock, and all other Personal Security, without rewove', at a few hours' notice, In any part of t
19 September 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
CHAPTER VI.-DICK OUTWIIB REUBEN.

CHAPTER VI.-DICK OUTWIIB REUBEN.

After quitting Reuben Calvert in the Dingle, Dick Orrell never abated his pace until he reached the heart of langsmoss Opposite the front door of the Black Bull he paused a moment, as If pondering something, and then he went into the hostelry. But he did not go into the parlour
19 September 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

LOSOLEAT V. WE:II.EI AN.—On Saturday the return match of the above clubs was played on the ground of the former, twelve men playing each side. The wicket was In splendid condition, being dry and almost like a billiard table. As will be seen from the scores below the Wesleyans we
19 September 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
(From Vaaity Fair.)

(From Vaaity Fair.)

The Queen, who is living very quietly at Balmoral, was present at the Braemar gathering, and watched the competitions with interest. There were more smart visitors at this gathering than have been seen there for many years; and favoured by magnificent weather, the leading event
13 September 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 

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FROME, SOMERSET. HIGHLY IMPORTANT AND ATTRACTIVE SALE OF FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSES, BUSINESS PREMISES. FULLY-LICENSED HOTEL, AND VALUABLE BUILDING SITES. MR.

FROME, SOMERSET. HIGHLY IMPORTANT AND ATTRACTIVE SALE OF FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSES, BUSINESS PREMISES. FULLY-LICENSED HOTEL, AND VALUABLE BUILDING SITES. MR.

CHARLES COOPER is honoured with instructions from the MARQUIS OF BATH toSELL BY AUCTION, at the MART, VICARAIrESTRRIgT, FROME, on WEDNESDAY, September 24th, 1890, at 6 for 7 o'clock in the Evening, subject to conditions to he then produced, and in the following or such other Lot
13 September 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
SATURDAY, S: 13, 1890. the speaker of the words of the text, and bow he who was slow to believe

SATURDAY, S: 13, 1890. the speaker of the words of the text, and bow he who was slow to believe

died in the very act and attitude of prayer, pierced by Rabbinical spears, he who used such strong language as this was to seal his testimony with his blood. They could receive credibly those legends and dismiss them. What did they know certainly about this man f Was he not set
13 September 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
NEWS JOTTINGS.

NEWS JOTTINGS.

A man named Maddock, aged 55, was found dead in a ditch at Spalding, ou Sunday night. His death is attributed to want and exposure. A Berlin telegram states that a waiter and the daughter of a restaurant keeper shot themselves on Sunday because the girl's parents would not agree
13 September 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE GROWTH OF FRUIT.

THE GROWTH OF FRUIT.

At a conference of the British Fruit Growers' Association, on Thursday, at Brighton, it was stated by one of the members that from the two stations of Worthing and Lancing during the three summer months 35 tons of fruit, &c., were despatched by rail weekly, and for the remainder
13 September 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE KINGSLAND MURDER.

THE KINGSLAND MURDER.

The trial was commenced at the Old Bailey today of Walter Hargan. twenty-seven years of age, for the murder of William Lambert and John Wheeler at Kingsland. lie interfered to protect the landlady of a public-house during a disturbance, and when they followed him he shot them.
13 September 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England