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- 0- -• PROSECUTION AT AIRRIDGE. At the police court oo Tuesday. before M C. L. F. Edwards and S. Hill, Harry Barrington Preece, manager of the Cheddar Valley Manu• factoring Company, was charged with stealing Se., on the 15th June, and £l5 on the 17th June, the monies of his emp
07 July 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
firths. Marriages, asib iatatbs.

firths. Marriages, asib iatatbs.

firths. Marriages, asib All announcements of Births, Merriam and Deaths must be accompanied by Use name and address of the sender, and unless this rule is complied with no notice will be taken of the announcement. If to name, date, and place other words are added the notices are
07 July 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
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27 January 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE RED-HEADED lAN.

THE RED-HEADED lAN.

BT FERGUS lIUME, author "The Mystery of a Hansom Cab," Clock Struck One," "The It/60)41w Feethae.• "Madame Midas, " " Monsieur Judas, " SYSOPSLs OF rio.:(Emmu nurnms: Prank Darrel. a novelist, ebews a mysterious red-headed individual the way to a noted slum near Drury-lane. Afte
27 January 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
Prices of Admission—

Prices of Admission—

THURSDAY, from 220 o'clock, for the Opening Ceremony, 2/-; from 4.30,1)-. FRIDAY, from 3 to 5, 1/-; after 5,6 d. SATURDAY, from 3to 7,6 d.; after 7,3 d. CHILDREN HALF-PRICE each day up to Seven o'clock oo Saturday. SEASON TICKETS (not transferable), to admit to Opening Ceremony
27 January 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
MEDICAL OEFICER.S ANNUAL REPORT.

MEDICAL OEFICER.S ANNUAL REPORT.

MEDICAL OEFICER . S ANNUAL REPORT. The presentment of this document ceased quite a stir among the members. and only • few ventured to sit through the reading of oath a mass of information. In It was stated that the census of 1891 was 3.438; It could not be estimated now at more t
27 January 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
DEVIZES.

DEVIZES.

MUCH regret le felt locally at the death in India of Sergeant A. C. London, of the let Battalion Wilts Regiment, who fell a victim to the disease which has created such haver amongst the Wiltshire men during the last few months, viz., enteric fever. Sergt. London was highly resp
27 January 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE SOMERSET STANDARD. Of the Bath City Concerts

THE SOMERSET STANDARD. Of the Bath City Concerts

KISS LILY WHITE, the prlocipal Prminds' Concerts MR. E. T. MORGAN, Principal Tenor: Bristol Cathedral MR. D. HARRISON, (sheriff or Lichfield). Principal Bass, Lichfield Cathedral MB. C. E. POOLE, Ot the London and Provincial Concerts. Organist—Mr. R. G. WHITE. Conductor—Mr. T. G
24 March 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
Faint, MARCH 24, 1899.

Faint, MARCH 24, 1899.

ownership, if he felt he was not at the caprice of any landlord, he believed that man would lead a happier life (applause). Of course, the working classes of the country could not command two or three hundred pounds, or whatever be the sum required to buy a particular house ; an
24 March 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
LEAPS AND BOUNDS.

LEAPS AND BOUNDS.

For this they had to thank Lord Salisbury and the Unionist Government (applause). He had every confidence in Lord Salisbury, and he believed no Statesman in the country had ever stood in such a prominent and proud position (_a_pplause). In speaking of the Radical party, Mr. Nigh
24 March 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England