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FAITH IN THE MEDICINE.

FAITH IN THE MEDICINE.

And is poor Pat dead I" asked the undertaker, when Mrs. Hooligan called and asked to be shows some caskets. 'No, hs s not dead yet, but the doethar he won't live till wornio', and he knows what he gain HE KNEW. Teacher: "Johnnie Chip, what does pr-o-s-n-d spell I" Johnnie: "Dunn
27 January 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
Pen Accommodation for 300 head Poultry. LICENSES are required for PIGS. MOODY & SON, WIVE CHARLES COOPER, ILL hold their

Pen Accommodation for 300 head Poultry. LICENSES are required for PIGS. MOODY & SON, WIVE CHARLES COOPER, ILL hold their

USUAL SALE at their In the FROM! MARK= YARD, On WZDNISDAT, FIBRUARY lot, 189, commencing at 10 o'clock. : 33 tat and suckle, Calves ; 3 Heifers sad Gres; 2Jo.ealvers ; Bumpers; Ewes and Lambe (Double Couples); 11 Store Pigs ; 10 Porkers; 13 Slips 21 bead Poultry. Quantity dry El
27 January 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
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27 January 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE SOMERSET STANDARD.

THE SOMERSET STANDARD.

past records of the school he noted that In I the average attendance was 49, so he thought they would agree that the increase had been remarkable (applause). Of course the school had bee. somewhat reorganised since then, but apart from that the Increase had been very great. Mr.
27 January 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
FARMBOROUGH.

FARMBOROUGH.

A of the Perish Council was held on Friday. In the Public Hall. ♦ letter was read from the County Council refusing to make the path to Hobs wall. Bills were presented for repairs to the hall, and ordered to be paid. Satisfaction was expressed at the state of the finances.
27 January 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
HEMINGTON.

HEMINGTON.

BAND OF HOPE AND ABSTAINERS UNION.—A very pleasing and in..tructive entertainment was given at the Board Schoolroom on Thursday 1 evening under the auspices of the above society. Mr. L. W. Vsllls presided, and after a brief address introduced the entertainer. Mr. J. H. Roberts s
27 January 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE SOMERSET STANDARD.

THE SOMERSET STANDARD.

the work was Duly titasparary. A fame* vote of thanks was Mrs. Coady, Ameslane Farm, for bur Madam bpip the road leading to Use beldgs . An obstruction at Chariton was reported as not having bees removed. In Mr. aset's letter it was stated that he had written to Mr. Cox sad that
27 January 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
FROND CHRIST CHURCH RILSERVISS V. SWINDON S.

FROND CHRIST CHURCH RILSERVISS V. SWINDON S.

MARKS. To be played at the Mount. Kick-off 3 pm. Christ Church : Goal. H. Bishop backs, A. Pike (c.) and A. Clarke; halves, H. Etarnes, W. Taberhant, and .1. George; forwards, S. Collier, H. Knight, C. Bally, H. Mackenzie, and H. Goulter.
27 January 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
BEST CIRCULATED NEWSPAPER

BEST CIRCULATED NEWSPAPER

IN THE FROME DIVISION,
24 March 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
Barton Warehouses, Ltd., CURTAINS ST. JAMES'S BARTON, BRISTOL.

Barton Warehouses, Ltd., CURTAINS ST. JAMES'S BARTON, BRISTOL.

LACE NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS & AGENTS. As our iuxl publishing day would, in ordinary course, fall on Good-Friday, the Publishers notify Advertisers,Gn-respondents, Agents, and others, that the " SOMERSET STANDARD" will be issued on THURSDAY al the usual hour.
24 March 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England