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DEATH OF A PEEH.

DEATH OF A PEEH.

The Earl of IVicklow, who has been ailing sine Sunday last, died at twenty minutes pest one o'clock this morning.
25 July 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
A train leaves Bristol for Radatock at 5.10p.m. and arrives at 6 p.m.

A train leaves Bristol for Radatock at 5.10p.m. and arrives at 6 p.m.

18 July 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
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18 July 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
CURRENT COMMENTS.

CURRENT COMMENTS.

The Bristol Young Men's Christian Association does not appear, from a report in a Bristol paper, to be that agapemonc of love which its name denotes. The green-eyed monster, in the person of a Mr. G. Dudderidge, has arisen amongst the members. This gentleman objects to a prepond
18 July 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THREATENED RISING OF4EDSKINS.

THREATENED RISING OF4EDSKINS.

News has been received at New York that the Chippeway Indians on the White Earth Reserve in Minnesota have been in revolt for several weeks past, and that a delegation of the Leech Lake Indians joined them on Saturday in a wild dance. The police, becoming alarmed, tore down the
18 July 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
TROWBRIDGE.

TROWBRIDGE.

A FATAL EfWAPIC OF GA/A.—Great excitement was created in Union-street on Friday afternoon, by the discovery of a woman named Elizabeth Wakely (58), widow, who keeps a confectioner's shop; her granddaughter, Elizabeth Knowles (16); and a servant girl (16), named Gertrude Francis,
18 July 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
MR. SPURGEON.

MR. SPURGEON.

To-day's bulletin says that Mr. Spurgeon has had a better night, with less delirium, and a little quiet sleep. Ills strength has improved somewhat. FATAL BOILER EXPLOSION. A boiler exploded at Messrs. Cross and Sons Foundry, West Bromwich, this morning, killing a man named Price
18 July 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
MO LET, situate in LocYs•lane, A LARGE 1 DRY ROOM, 30 by 15, with fixed Stove, lately used as a

MO LET, situate in LocYs•lane, A LARGE 1 DRY ROOM, 30 by 15, with fixed Stove, lately used as a

Guild-room.—Apply to Mr. T. H. HOLHOYD, Providence Cottage, Frome. [5380 rr°LET. the Conveniently-arranged Comtort able DWELLING-HOUSE, No. 1 FROMEFIELD, with Coach-house and Two-stall Stable.—Apply, Caaakra COOPER, Auctioneers, Frame. 14942
23 May 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
AND WILTS AND DORSET

AND WILTS AND DORSET

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23 May 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
ADatistuoN : Ir., Is., and 6d.

ADatistuoN : Ir., Is., and 6d.

: Ir., Is., and 6d. can be obtained from Mr. SAGE, Market-place ; Mr. W. B. Hikavar, Bath-street ; Mr. Rosanna. ; Mr. Bums, Marstonmad ; Mr. ASHLEY, Hayford ; and Rev. H. Momeos, Oldford Hill House. [OM Till Subscription List will be open on UESDAY. the Ist Damonln, 1%1, and will
28 November 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England