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Frome Rural District Council. The monthly meeting of this Council was held at the Public Offices on Wednesday afternoon, when

Frome Rural District Council. The monthly meeting of this Council was held at the Public Offices on Wednesday afternoon, when

following members were present: Messrs. J. Betsy, J.P., C.C. (chairman), C. Bourne and R. H. Yeoman (vice-chairmen), Rove. B. M. R. Edge!' and W. Thomson, and Messrs. B. J. Bush, C. Collins, W. Clark, A. B. Chivers, W. Charlton, A. W. Davis, J. J. Gunning. H. Hold way, E. J. Hod
03 June 1898 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
tte gabstoch anb ibsomer irton 6aiette. COOMBS'S Clandown and Radstock Breweries and Hotels Co., Ltd., S 0 0 IC_ LIGHT

tte gabstoch anb ibsomer irton 6aiette. COOMBS'S Clandown and Radstock Breweries and Hotels Co., Ltd., S 0 0 IC_ LIGHT

BITTER ALE, 1/- PER GALLON. Specially Brewed From the Finest MALT and HOPS. Somersetsliire Old Vatted Beers In Prime Condition. Agents for the Celebrated OdKHILL STOUTS. PRlcs Lin on application, and Special Terms to the Trade XXX X EXTRA STRONG BEER. XXXX STRONG BEER. BITTER AL
03 June 1898 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
MIRACLES AT HOLYWELL.

MIRACLES AT HOLYWELL.

In the course of an address on " the possibility and actuality of miracles," delivered in the new Catholic Hall at Holywell. Father Bernard Vaughan said that if his hearers asked did miracles really happen at llolywell, he would answer, " Come and see." He had been Investigating
10 November 1894 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
BUDAPESTB.

BUDAPESTB.

A semi.ofticial statement is published here to the following effect:—A movement is on foot against the sending of exhibits to the Paris Exhibition. ?deny Intending exhibitors have withdrawn their notices of participation on the ground that the present state of things in France m
15 September 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 

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BUDGE.

BUDGE.

ON Thursday afternoon. Messrs. Moody & Son, in conjunction with Mr. Charles Cooper, held a sale by auction, at Rudge Hill Farm, of the live and dead farming stock, property of Mr. Geo. Curtis. There was a capital attendance of buyers, and very satisfactory prices were realised.
15 September 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
HE HAD FINISHED WITH HIM.

HE HAD FINISHED WITH HIM.

A young gentleman, who lately left his father's house, having exhausted his credit, telegraphed the other day, to his parents s " Your son Walter was killed this morning by a falling chimney. What shall we do with the remains!" In a reply a cheque was sent for £2O with the reque
01 December 1894 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
Do you use a Smokeless Cartridge P If so. Try our SCHULTZE, at 101- per 100. Once used, always used.

Do you use a Smokeless Cartridge P If so. Try our SCHULTZE, at 101- per 100. Once used, always used.

Gives Greatest Satisfaction. Large Increase is Sales this Season. Our Other PRICES are— 13Lua 8/. per 100 SPECIAL CHEAP 8/- per 100 GREEN, Per- BROWN (Standard fectiy Gastight 9/- „ Cartridge) 7/8 „ ...10/• „ Special Quotations given for Quantities. Vote: Beet Powder only wed. E
01 December 1894 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
SPECIAL LINES

SPECIAL LINES

OFFERED TILL XMAS. MAPPIN & WEBB'S ELECTRO-PLATE, 20 per Cent. Discount. CUTLERY OF ALL KINDS. DRESSING CASES, 3D RM SSIIVG- 33_ACil-S, Travelling Bags—Gladstone, DESKS, WORK-BOXES, & WORK-BASKETS. A Few Parcels of Gold Jewellery- RINGS, STUDS, PINS, EARRINGS, BROOCHES, & LOCKET
01 December 1894 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
FROME CHARITIES.

FROME CHARITIES.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the QUARTERLY MEETINGS of the TRUSTEES of these CHARITIES will be held at the BLUE COAT SCHOOL on TUESDAY, JANUARY let, at 3 o'clock p.m., ; and at the ASYLUM on TUESDAY, JANUARY Bth, 1805, at 3 o'clock p.m. The following ELECTIONS will take place :
01 December 1894 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England