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HEAVY THUNDERSTORMS.

HEAVY THUNDERSTORMS.

The drought in the Chiltern Hills district of Oxford and Buckinghamshire was terminated on Tuesday by a severe thunderstorm, which lasted some hours. The lightning accompanying it was particularly vivid. The rainstorm was preceded by a storm of dust like a miniature sandstorm. A
18 August 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
FORTHCOMING STOCK SALES

FORTHCOMING STOCK SALES

MOODY SON, IN CONJUNCTION WITH CHARLES COOPER. SEPT. 14.—The whole of the Live and Dead Farming Stock at Roooe HILL FARM. the property of Mr. George Curtis, who quitting at Michaelmas. SEPT. 18.—The whole of the Live and Dead Farming_ Stock at BRAMBLES FARM, WEST WOODLANDS, the
18 August 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
APPLICATION FOR WATER.

APPLICATION FOR WATER.

A.letter was read from the Clerk to the Cameley Parish Council asking for a supply of water to the village.—The Chairman took that it was lm- practicable.—lt was also pointed out that the Council had better deal with the Clutton Rurnl District Council, and • letter to this effec
18 August 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
TITHE RENT-CHARGE AND RATES.

TITHE RENT-CHARGE AND RATES.

The Liberation Society, it Is said, intends to make the Tithe Rating Act of the present Session the subject of a vigorous autumn campaign, in which many Radical members and candidates are expected to take part. Mr. Boecawen, M.P.. points out. in a timely article in the National
18 August 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1899. THE MILITARY COMMAND AT THE CAPE. Major-Oeneral Sir W. E. Butler has been recalled from the

FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1899. THE MILITARY COMMAND AT THE CAPE. Major-Oeneral Sir W. E. Butler has been recalled from the

command of the British troops at the Cape to take charge, at Devonport, of the Western District. He will be succeeded in the Cape command by Lieutehant-General Sir F. W. E. F. Forestier- Walker, who is now at Devonport. Sir Frederick Forestier-Walker served as Assistant Military
18 August 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
DECALOGUE A LA RUNGE.

DECALOGUE A LA RUNGE.

When Government officials turn Bible revisionists we may always look for something new and strange. The average revisionist says the Jewish World, if he belongs to the highest et the schools of higher criticism, is satisfied with picking boles In the story of the Creation. or wi
18 August 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, SUITABLE FOR ALL CLASSES, IS AT EDWIN SNOOK'S, General HOUSE FURNISHER, TOP OF CATHERINE HILL, FROM E.

OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, SUITABLE FOR ALL CLASSES, IS AT EDWIN SNOOK'S, General HOUSE FURNISHER, TOP OF CATHERINE HILL, FROM E.

Special Line in Solid Walnut-framed, covered best saddle bags, stuffed hair, Dining Room Suite, ED lOs. Od. Others from £6 lOs. Od. Solid Walnut Ash or Mahogany Bedroom Suits (Our Own Make), in various Styles, from £9 17s. 6d. The CHEAPEST HOUSE to have your DINING or DRAWING-RO
18 August 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
IR, CI Conservative Club. ANNUAL OUTING TO LONDON, SATURDAY, SEPT. 2nd, 1899. TICKETS : To Return Same Day - -

IR, CI Conservative Club. ANNUAL OUTING TO LONDON, SATURDAY, SEPT. 2nd, 1899. TICKETS : To Return Same Day - -

5/- following Monday - 7/- „ Wednesday, 8/6 „ Saturday - 9/6 Children under 12 Half-price. FULL PARTICULARS NEXT WEEK. CHAS. W. COUSINS, 171611 See. Outing Comesittes. FROME SCHOOL OF SCIENCE & ART. HEAD MA TER ARTHUR PHILIPS, SESSION COMMENCES MONDAY, SEPT. 4th, 1899. CLASSES f
18 August 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
YATTON TO WELLS.

YATTON TO WELLS.

IA.M A.M ►P.M A.M I P.M Yat ton .. dep. 956 11662 403 52 950 114 .. Congreabury 110 0 11502 213 1613 37 954 20 1 .. Sandford & Banwell 110 7 1157 2 29'3546 4'loo 27. .. Winscombe „ 701212 22 363 3916 910 5 33 .. Azerldje.... dep. 1 1021.1 1210 241 4 7,,66 17 1011 40 .. Cheddar .
16 June 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
NIINNEY CATCH. RABBIT COURSING & SHOOTING MATCHES ; PIGEON & SPARROW SHOOTING MATCHES; Boxing Day, Tuesday, Dec. 26th, 1899. In

NIINNEY CATCH. RABBIT COURSING & SHOOTING MATCHES ; PIGEON & SPARROW SHOOTING MATCHES; Boxing Day, Tuesday, Dec. 26th, 1899. In

A FIELD kindly lent by Mr. E. PHILLIPS. PRIZES; For the BEST SHOT—a TURKEY. For the DOGS Killing most Rabbits — First, Se. ; Second, 2a. 6d. Entrance Fee, TO TEE FIELD, Yd. To commence at 11.30 a.m. 177411 F. BULLARD, ?Janney Catch.
22 December 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England