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!SELLS.

!SELLS.

Yesterday morning the Bishop attended at Melts Church, when the Rev. K D. Lear took the service, the Rev. W. E. Whittaker reading the lessons. The hymns were 349, 347, and 270 A. and M. The Bishop delivered the usual addressee. There were ahout sixty candidates from Melte, Elm,
17 February 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
FRIENDLY.

FRIENDLY.

In a friendly match at Roundhill last Saturday Radstnisk first eleven beat Paulton Rovers by one goal to nil. SENIOR CHALLENGE CUP. Radetock first eleven is drawn I. play Burnham Town at Roundhlll next Saturday. This is the first round of a competition conducted on the "Knock•ou
17 February 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
.- – -- AGAIN I

.- – -- AGAIN I

AGAIN Robert John Grant. 20, labourer, was charged with stealing a coat valued be., the property of Henry House, at Vobster,on the Bth Inst.—Henry House, quarryman, living at Lipyeat, deposed that on Tuesday when he left work at Vobster Quarries his coat was hanging on a nail In
17 February 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
MAKE DRUDGERY DIVINE.

MAKE DRUDGERY DIVINE.

It was Jean Paul Richter who said these words: "I have made of myself all that could be made of the stuff ;" and the more one thinks of them the more they seem to mean. Is there any one of us who an honestly say the same 1 This yrorld would be a very different place, and the peo
17 February 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
CHARLES COOPER, AUCTIONEER, And COUNTY VALUER (BY APPOINT 14, NORTH PARADE !ROME,

CHARLES COOPER, AUCTIONEER, And COUNTY VALUER (BY APPOINT 14, NORTH PARADE !ROME,

13 January 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
JANUARY 13, 1E QO.

JANUARY 13, 1E QO.

Mr. Nathaniel Fletcher THE LATE MR. Barton, whose sudden N. F. BARTON. death at Weymouth is reported inanother column, was well-known and respected in Frome, and to his many friends in the district around the sad news came as a great shock. Mr. Barton, who was in his 49th year,
13 January 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
SMITH MINOR OR RADICAL JAW.

SMITH MINOR OR RADICAL JAW.

I" Mr. Bucknill's promotion creates a vacancy in tho Epeom Division, but we do not suppose that the seat will be contested.—Radical Paper.j You've boggled at Aylesb'ry and Newton, You're shying at Epsom too, You're chucking away your chances, And. Golly, they're mighty few. You'
13 January 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
FZIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1899.

FZIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1899.

FZIDAY, 13, 1899. KC., by whom all receipts will be gladly ',Miaow. ledged. I am, dear Slr, your obedient eery:tot, A. T. Secretary, \.A. U. 30. Fleet-street, London, December 1883. FOOTBALL. (Continued from page 7.) To-Morrow's Matches. RUGBY.
13 January 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
SOMERSET JUNIOR CUP.

SOMERSET JUNIOR CUP.

Radstock Is fortunate enough to have to play the second, a• well as the first, round on the home field. The BrieHouton team comes on Saturday to Radstoek to try conclusions with the reserve', and the visitors are running strong enough to make • good encounter pretty certain.
13 January 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
ASSISTANT MATRON AND LAUNDRY

ASSISTANT MATRON AND LAUNDRY

SUPERINTENDENT. WANTED, • SINGLE WOMAN, or WIDOW without Children, between the Ages of 25 and 15, to 611 above post. Wages, £lB per annum and Officers' usual Rations, Apartments, and Washing; also an allowance In lieu of Beer if desired (value of Rations and Apartments, etc., fo
21 April 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England