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A STRANGE CASE.

A STRANGE CASE.

Thomas Grant, coachbuilder, The Butts, Frame, v. Luke Willimolt, Mells.—The claim was for Os. Od., agreed by the defendant to be paid by him on the delivery of a watch.--The plaintiff said that some time in May, be met a man between Whatley and Mells and bought a silver watch of
25 July 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
DILFERINGS (Prom Pam ) MOM TIONOCRED IX THE TIAX TIP OTharavAxcie."—Hreach of promise casep—a• a rule. Meer —We see, from

DILFERINGS (Prom Pam ) MOM TIONOCRED IX THE TIAX TIP OTharavAxcie."—Hreach of promise casep—a• a rule. Meer —We see, from

some recently. reported prom ...ling., that the present inspector ap. pointed under the infant Life Protection Act is "Kr. Babey." IT is said that the invitations for the Drury-lane celebration of Twelfth Night will not be sent out with so free a hand next year, the young men on
24 January 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

LONDON. MUMMA The blizzard, oh the blizzard ! It came upon us with a suddenness and inten-ity which most people would rather not have witnessed. I believe it is a long time ago--I am not a good hand at remembering the exact dates of these unpleasant visitations—that we had such
14 March 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
A train leaves Portland at 4.13p.m., calling at all intermediate stations, and arrives at Frome at 7.31 The 9.14 p.m.

A train leaves Portland at 4.13p.m., calling at all intermediate stations, and arrives at Frome at 7.31 The 9.14 p.m.

train runs to Westbury 49.25) and Trott, bridge m.o.
15 August 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
(Frnin Arid.)

(Frnin Arid.)

MATCH-MAKINO Flippansie (who, like the devil in the proverb, hag appeared while being talked about): "Aha, Miss Rosie . So I have caught you taking my name in vain, eh ?"—Rosie's mother (smilingly): "Pray don't say 'in vain,' Mr. Flippansie. I should never object to Rode's vaar
15 August 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
COMING EVENTS.

COMING EVENTS.

Aug.ls, Quoits: Frome-Selwood v. Tucker's Grave. „ Chaproanalade Horticultural Society's Show. 27, Conservative Demonstration at Longleaf. Sept. 3. Beckingten Flower Show. „ 9, United Free Methodist Church, Opening of Organ. „ 6, Wesley A gri cul t uralniver 39, Proms Show. Oct.
15 August 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
A PUBLIC ROUSE ROW.

A PUBLIC ROUSE ROW.

Stephen Wheeler and Frank Wheeler, the latter not appearing, were summoned for being drunk and disorderly.—James Coleman said be was landlord of the Angel and Crown, Vallisway, and on the afternoon of 3rd August the defendants called at his house. They were drunk and went into t
15 August 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE HEDGEITS AGMN 1

THE HEDGEITS AGMN 1

Charlotte Budget was once wore brought up in custody on a charge of drunkenness.—P.C. Ford deposed that on Saturday evening, about 8.30, he saw prisoner lying on the ground in Christchurchstreet, West. He lifted her up and found she was drunk and incapable of walking. He took he
15 August 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
TIMSBURY.

TIMSBURY.

SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST A BREWERY TRAVELLER.—At Temple Clond Petty Sessions on Tuesday, before Colonel B. Scobell (in the chair), and Messrs. C. A. Kemble and 11. E. Hippisley, Silas Rossiter, of Radford, in the parish of Timsbury, brewer's traveller, was brought up, on remand, f
15 August 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
NUNNEY FLOWER SHOW.

NUNNEY FLOWER SHOW.

The seventh annual show of the Nunney District Horticultural Society (which includes Nunney, Cloford, Great Elm, Marston, Wanstrow, and Witham Friary) was held on Thursday in a field kindly placed at the disposal of the committee by Mrs. Austin. As usual the attendance in the af
15 August 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England