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01 February 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
WITH THE SOUTH AND WEST WILTS HOUNDS AT CHALCOT.

WITH THE SOUTH AND WEST WILTS HOUNDS AT CHALCOT.

Chalcot is always • well attended meet in our country, the worthy owner Mr. C. N. P. Phipps, late M.P. for Westbury, being moat popular with all classes of the hunting community. A fine morning, for a change, ou Friday, the 24th of January, mused a very big muster of ladies and
01 February 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
OPENING OF A UNIONIST CLUB AT GLASTONBURY.

OPENING OF A UNIONIST CLUB AT GLASTONBURY.

On Monday evening a Unionist Club for the town and district was opened at Glastonbury, by Lord Stalbridge, in the presence of a large company, Including Mr. Hobhouse, Unionist member for the division, the Town Clerk of Glastonbury, Mayor Swayne, Mr. A. W. S. Bally, ex-Mayor, & c
01 February 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE SOMERSET STANDARD.

THE SOMERSET STANDARD.

S. T. Rawlings and I.ient. H. T. Rawlings. The weather on Monday morning was very dispiriting, but by the time Weston was reached, at 9.43, the rain ceased, and the after part of the day was all that could be wished. The first thing in the day's business was a procession, to sta
26 July 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1890.

SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1890.

ideal of their office, and the best we can now hope for the House and for ourselves is that their successors may endeavour to follow in their footsteps." (Then follow the names of some of the Guardian's and the officials of the House). The rev. gentleman, proceeding, said, havin
14 June 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 

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A YOKEL IN LONDON.

A YOKEL IN LONDON.

I know about as much of horse racing as I do of ballooning, but it is not advisable In this hollow world to profess ignorance of anything. I therefore try and keep my mouth shut and look mysterious upon each and every occasion that conversation turns upon any subject of which I
14 June 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE VALUE OF APPLES.

THE VALUE OF APPLES.

Speaking of apples, Professor Faraday says : "There is scarce any article of vegetable food more widely usef ul l and more universally liked than the apple. Let every family in autumn lay in from two to ten or more barrels, and it will be to then) the most economical investment
14 June 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
A FATAL SCRATCH.

A FATAL SCRATCH.

The Salford borough coroner held an inquest at Pendleton on Monday touching the death of a child, nine months old, son of Charles Bardsley, packer in a paper mill, and living at Pendleton. About nine or ten weeks ago the child was being washed by its mother, who had on her jacke
14 June 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
YEOVIL.

YEOVIL.

RAILWAY FATALITY AT BRIDGWATER.—An accident, attended with fatal consequences, happened at the Bridgwater Great Western Railway Station on Saturday evening to Mr. William Allen, mail driver, of Yeovil. Deceased had been to Bridgwater visiting some relations, and was returning on
14 June 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
NARKEIS.

NARKEIS.

WARMINSTER CORN MARKET SACURDAT.— There was a good supply of corn, with a dull trade, at about last week's prices. Wheat made Ms to 17s. No barley on offer. Oats fetched 191 to 21s ; beans. 164. to Us ; peas. 14s to 16s. SALISBURY CORN MARKET. TUESDAY.— The attendance at the mar
14 June 1890 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England