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THE SOMERSET STANDARD.

THE SOMERSET STANDARD.

ashamed to.—Mr. Chapman said he supposed he knew something about plane, and he must say the remarks of Mr. Bartholomew were totally uncalled for. The plans were exquisitely drawn, and were such as any builder could carry out work from. The plaus were valuable, and of far more va
10 October 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
(From .Pick-Me-rp.)

(From .Pick-Me-rp.)

1133 —Mr. Slowboy: "Miss Passe, what do you think is the best slame for a girl Miss Passe (looking deep Into his eyes That of the only man she ever lo►ed." WAITEbt (looking in on a noisy card piny in hotel bedrotnn): “I'ye been sent to ask you make less noise, gentlemen. The gen
07 February 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE NORTH,UIPTON VACANCY.

THE NORTH,UIPTON VACANCY.

The executive of the Northampton Liberal and Radical Association met on Tuesday night, and after three hours deliberation decided to recommend Mr. M. P. Manfield for adoption as candidate. Mr. Mantleld, who is a native of Bristol, is a leading boot ivanufacturer,alderoman, and j
07 February 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THESE WINES ARE OF

THESE WINES ARE OF

EXCEPTIONAL VALUE. MANSFORD & BAILY, WINE IMPORTERS, FRONEM.
22 August 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
MURDER OF A SOLDIER.

MURDER OF A SOLDIER.

Charles Hamilton Bryan, twenty years of age, a private in the Welsh Regiment, and on furlough from Devouport, was on Friday morning attacked and robbed in a leading thoroughfare of Cork. When found the young man was unconscious. and he died the same night. The deceased was the s
22 August 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
FOR PRIME

FOR PRIME

New Zealand Beef and Mutton, GO TO WATTS'S, 28, CATHERINE-STREET, FROME. UNEQUALLED IN THE TOWN. DELIVERY FREE WITHIN SEVEN MILES. No SECOND-RATE QUALITY MEAT SOLD AT TEE ABOVE ADDRESS. MONEY LENT, BY A PRIVATE GENTLEMAN, o RESPONSIBLE APPLICANTS, from £lO 1 to £l,OOO, the Same
22 August 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
FROME AND DISTRICT TECHNICAL EDUCATION COMMITTEE.

FROME AND DISTRICT TECHNICAL EDUCATION COMMITTEE.

A meeting of the above committee was held on Thursday in the Board-room, Bath-street. The Rev. John Constable presided, and there were also present the Rev. W. .1. Heaton, Messrs..l. Tanner, J.P.. J. Batey, C.C., G. A. Daniel, G. Ames, J. W. Singer, A. Osborne, and E. J. Hoddino
22 August 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
No. of Amount Depodtals. Deposited. 90 I d. 8 19 1

No. of Amount Depodtals. Deposited. 90 I d. 8 19 1

22 August 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
CLAIM FOR RENT.

CLAIM FOR RENT.

Arthur Hill, of Hardington v. Thomas Thick, of Buckland Dinham, was a claim for eight shillings, a month's rent of a cottage.—Plaintiff stated that the agreement was for a weekly tenancy, but he took a quarter's rent in advance. —Defendant, on the contrary, asserted no rent was
22 August 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
..194 'Total (for 9 wks.) 3in • Innings declared closed. SURREY.

..194 'Total (for 9 wks.) 3in • Innings declared closed. SURREY.

..194 'Total (for 9 wks.) • Innings declared closed. SURREY. 11 c L. Palairet, b Woods 29 J. Shuter, b Nichols .. 4 b Nichols .. 29 Read (MJ, b Nichols . 25 b Woods 94 W. W. Read, b Tyler .. .. 12 c Tyler. b Nichols 11 Lolunann. b Woods .. .. 19 c and b Woods .. 58 Henderson, b T
22 August 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England