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WELTON ROVERS V. RADSTOCK RESERVES.

WELTON ROVERS V. RADSTOCK RESERVES.

Played at Welton on Saturday. Result: Welton Rovers. 3; Radetock Reserves, I. Referee, F. Lambert, Coleford. FROME WALLBRIDGE ROVERS RESERVES V. TROWBRIDGE TRINITY RESERVES. Played at Hellcat's Grave on Saturday. The home team won by three goals to nil. NORTH SO/ COLZFOIRD V. LE
13 January 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
FROME POLICE COURT.

FROME POLICE COURT.

TrlMlDAY.—Befers Mows. E. R. Trotman and H. T. Rawlloge. RIOTOUS Thorn's Hudson, pensioner and hawker, was charged with being drunk and disorderly at and with assaulting P.C. Hart. The Constable stated that on Saturday evening, about 10.15, he heard shouting in Roafl•street, and
13 January 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
DISTRICT NEWS.

DISTRICT NEWS.

LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD INQUIRY. On Friday morning Mr. W. 0. E. Meade-King, M. Inst. C.E., an inspector to the Local Government Board, attended at the Council Oakes, Radstock, to hold as inquiry into the matter of a proposed loan of £1,700 for the purposes of water supply which t
13 January 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
BEICKINGTON.

BEICKINGTON.

A( CIDINT.—An Miss Gunstone, of Frome-road, was carrying a pail of water oat of her back door, she slipped, and broke the small bone jest above the ankle. Under the cars of Dr. Evans, who set the broken limb, the patient Is progressing favourably. the congregation, an ardent chu
13 January 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
BKIJTON.

BKIJTON.

Kir,.'s SCHOOL.—The names of E. J. Burdett and A. F. Harper appear In the list of successful competitors at the recent Sandhurst examination. Both candidates passed direct from the school and at the first attempt. CHILDREN'S PARTY.—A private children's party has been given at th
13 January 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

LONDON PROI Butter steady— LN, 11 to 116.; Friesland. 106 to HOB; lON to NY; Anatralian and New labs las; Deeadlan. 7Yto 100 s United States. Ns to Ns. dull with eager tendency—lrish. to Duda Xs to Us. Hams unchanged. Lard—American rather easier. Cheese in fair request—American
13 January 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
Home Board of Guardians.

Home Board of Guardians.

TVESDAY. — Pr . sent: Mr J. Batey, J.P., C.C. (chairman), Mr. E. E. Porter, J.P. and Mr. C. Bourne (vice-chairmen) ; Ames, Brooking. and Le Gros ; Revs. R. W. Baker, E. M. R. Edgell, J. S. Paige, and J. Walker; Meecre. T. All, tin, B. Bush, B. Butcher. W. Chariton, J. )trises. C
21 April 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
CALL ON Tat PARISH ZB.

CALL ON Tat PARISH ZB.

Mr. Bourne moved that a call of 50. In the £ be made upon the rateable value of the parlvber In the dlvtrlct, to be payable upon the 7th June and the 2nd August.—Carried. The Viceroy of India has sanctioned the construction of 230 miles of tramway railways in the districts north
21 April 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
•NITUAL REPORT OF ANZEINIVIT COMMITTE.

•NITUAL REPORT OF ANZEINIVIT COMMITTE.

•NITUAL REPORT OF COMMITTE. This Committee furnished the following particulars with reference to their proceedings during the year ending April, 1809: No. of meetings during the year, 13; No. of new valuation lists approved since l as t report in 1898: substitutional lists, 1; su
21 April 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE SOMERSET STANDARD.

THE SOMERSET STANDARD.

Moses valved hie services highly. With that astuteness which is characteristic of his race, he earefii'ly refrained from giving the smallest hint that he considered Douglas a valuable servant. Indeed, all the hints were of the opposite kind. La soon as Douglas had taken down in
21 April 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England