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AND WILTS AND DORSET FEATHERS CLEANED AND DYED.

AND WILTS AND DORSET FEATHERS CLEANED AND DYED.

A TRIAL SOLICITED. to all ORDERS entrusted to her, and guarantees
04 April 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
FOR SALE, by PRIVATE TREATY, the most substantially Stone - built Modern FREEHOLD DETACHED VILLA RESIDENCE, known as " ROWDEN

FOR SALE, by PRIVATE TREATY, the most substantially Stone - built Modern FREEHOLD DETACHED VILLA RESIDENCE, known as " ROWDEN

HOUSE," Vallis-road, Frome, standing in its own Tastefully Laid-out Grounds of about a acres, with the Greenhouses, Forcing Houses, and excellent Stabling, with all the latest improvements In fittings, situate in an elevated and healthy , locality, commanding mast extensive and
04 April 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS

HOLLOWAY'S PILLS

Purify the Blood, correct all Disorders of the LIVER, FTOMAC"., KIDNEYS AND BOWELS. They invigorate and restore to health Debilitated Constitutions, and are invaluable in all Com:i7aints incidental to Females of all ages. For Children and the .ged they arc priceless. n , irc ' i
04 April 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
(Front Judy.)

(Front Judy.)

A UNWERSITY tutor is sometimes called a coach; but it would never do to speak of his place of residence as a coachhouse. Lwrrints or Cimorr.—ln business matters, consonants are decidedly preferable to vowels. At all events we very much prefer L S. D. to 1. 0. U.' MADE IN GERMANE
04 April 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
The BEST SEED Per 8dlb. is

The BEST SEED Per 8dlb. is

The BEST SEED Per 8d lb. SUTTON' wEDEso S SUTTON'S CHAMPION PURPLE-TOP The Hardiest & Best variety in cultivation. Per lb., fkl.; per bushel, 30/- SUTTON'S CRIMSON KING. splendid tankard-shaped variety. Per lb., 1/-; per bushel, 45/- 114kirring's Liverpool, and East Lothian Per l
04 April 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 

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SATURDAY, Ann. 4. 1891.

SATURDAY, Ann. 4. 1891.

be French or English. have all their better nature crushed out of theta by the juggernaut of greed, they will not hesitate at any crime in order to obtain that which they covet. To be forewarned is to be forearmed. I and Mr. Deeley has rendered nlsmble aid to working men especia
04 April 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
FROME ATHLETIC SPORTS.

FROME ATHLETIC SPORTS.

Though snow fell heavily itt some parts of the surrounding neighbourhood there was hut a slight fall at Froilie on Monday n.orning. and this had disappeared long before likely visitors to the annual fixture of the Frome Amateur Athletic Club(held as in past years at Walibridge b
04 April 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
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04 April 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
CLANDOWN.

CLANDOWN.

Loss OF A VALUABLE HOR , E.—On Thursday (last week) Mr. Mattiek, of Ciandown, lost a very valuable chesnut horse, which he purchased the same day in Bristol. He took it to the station to send it by rail ; but it would not enter the box. consequently he , had to send it home by r
04 April 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
BREACH OF THE PEACE.

BREACH OF THE PEACE.

James Heal -.. eiiii)enter were summoned for committing a breach of the peace at Radstock. Heal was tined ill and costs, or one month's imprisonment, and Carpenter 2Q. i;d. and costs. IAKI\I:. George Raines and Edward Salter, labourers, of Westwood, Wilts, were charged with brea
04 April 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England