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WEYMOUTH & BRIDPORT TO FROME.

WEYMOUTH & BRIDPORT TO FROME.

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29 August 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
(Fran Moonslarm

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UNTORTIMATII RENA/U.—Edwin (mashed): "What makes you shiver like that?"—Eva: "Oh, I supwoe there's a goose walking over my grave."— Edwin (after a pause): "Happy goose!" Di aIBO3, PICKED ON TIM "There really has been no summer. It does seem indeed, as Mr. Ruskin says, that the s
29 August 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
CHAPTER XLIL—A Raw Rests.

CHAPTER XLIL—A Raw Rests.

Yoked in all exercise of noble end. And through those dark gates across the wild That no man knows."—Towtywm. When Violet recovered from the swoon into which she had fallen she found herself lying on a couch with several of the maids around her. The awful revelation which had be
29 August 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
SPORTS & OTHER AMUSEMENTS.

SPORTS & OTHER AMUSEMENTS.

For further particulars, see Bills and Programmes. F. DANIELS, Sec. to Branch, 5734] Witham Friary.
29 August 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
MURDER THROUGH JEALOURT.

MURDER THROUGH JEALOURT.

An Inquest was held at Stockton on Saturday night, on the body of Ann White, who was murdered at her home that morning by her paramour, William Wood, • blacksmith. Wood smashed In the woonan's head with a hatchet, and then cut her threat with • pocket knife. Prisoner's sidewise
29 August 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 

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BECKINGTON HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. PRESIDENT : J. B. HOLY, Eeq., J.P. THE THIRD ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF FLOWERS, FRUITS, & VEGETABLES WILL

BECKINGTON HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. PRESIDENT : J. B. HOLY, Eeq., J.P. THE THIRD ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF FLOWERS, FRUITS, & VEGETABLES WILL

be held In a FIELD adjoining THE CEDARS, at BECKINGTON, kindly lent by Mr. D. B. Tom., On THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd, 1891, When the value of about £6O Will be given in Prizes. The Bradford Amateur Braes Band will play a selection of MUSIC during the Day, and DANCE MUSIC in the Eve
29 August 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
WANTED, Trustworthy Man as CARTER. House and Garden and Good Wages.— Apply, BIRD, Builder, Radetock. [5098 LiTROND LAD WANTED—one who

WANTED, Trustworthy Man as CARTER. House and Garden and Good Wages.— Apply, BIRD, Builder, Radetock. [5098 LiTROND LAD WANTED—one who

can DRIVE.—Apply LONDON SUPPLY STORES, Frome. ROAD UNITED COUNTIES READING AND NEWS ROOMS. ANNUAL FETE AND SPORTS. MENDERS (which must be delivered by the of Arousr) are invited for the Supply of REFRESHMENTS to the above, which will be held on TUESDAY, the 15th of SEPTEMBER. Fu
15 August 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
mo LET, the STABLES, COACH-HOUSES, YARD, and COTTAGE at WATERLOO, now marled by Messrs. COMET & SONS, LTD.— A y

mo LET, the STABLES, COACH-HOUSES, YARD, and COTTAGE at WATERLOO, now marled by Messrs. COMET & SONS, LTD.— A y

CHARLES COOPER, House Agent, rame.
15 August 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
Lots 1,2, and 3 is held under lease, dated August 3rd, 1887, for a term of six years, by Mr.

Lots 1,2, and 3 is held under lease, dated August 3rd, 1887, for a term of six years, by Mr.

J. L. COLLINOS, at an annual rental of £3O. The several Lots may be viewed by the permission of the respective tenants. Mr. GEORGE Nssn, of Clink Gate, Frome, has kindly consented to point out the various Lots to intending purchasers. All further particulars may be obtained of t
15 August 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
SYNOPSIS OF THE STORY.

SYNOPSIS OF THE STORY.

The romance from beginning to end deals with the lives and fortunes of working people, chiefly miners, their wives, sweethearts, and friends. The story opens in a village on • summer's morning. The hero of the tale, one Reuben Calvert, a young collier, on his way to the pit, enc
15 August 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England