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CONSULTING & GENERAL ENGINEERS. All kinds of Steam, Gas, or Oil Engines, Agricultural and all other Machinery, Bicycles, dec., Supplied and Repaired. P. E P.A.2 Ft 8 A. SPMO I_A_T__ 1 T Y..

CONSULTING & GENERAL ENGINEERS. All kinds of Steam, Gas, or Oil Engines, Agricultural and all other Machinery, Bicycles, dec., Supplied and Repaired. P. E P.A.2 Ft 8 A. SPMO I_A_T__ 1 T Y..

CONSULTING & GENERAL ENGINEERS. All kinds of Steam, Gas, or Oil Engines, Agricultural and all other Machinery, Bicycles, dec., Supplied and Repaired. P. 8 A. 1 T (13831 New Delivery of Fresh Spring Goods. SPECIAL SHOW THIS WEEK. JUST ARRIVED, A Splendid Assortment of HATS, FLOWER
05 May 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
FROME TO WELLS.

FROME TO WELLS.

P.M P.M P.M A.M.P.M dep,T 37 . 10 232 627 9 1914 8 0 Witham 'Mary an 763 1033 1231 240641 9 1, 588 IS Ditto. Wonstrow „18 15 1060 1250 357 2 enamor* Mallet . IS 41 1113 110 337 723 9 4 411126 1 133 50 73510 1 .. A train leaves 'frame at L 3, arriving at Witham at 1.17 p.m. WELLS
05 May 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
SNOW ON MAY DAY.

SNOW ON MAY DAY.

May day dawned Perth and Forfar shires with the ground thickly coated with snow, and op to early forenoon blinding showers prevailed. At one time there were from two to three inches of slushy snow on the ground. In Pitlochry and the Central Highlands the weather more resembled t
05 May 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE SOMERSET STANDARD.

THE SOMERSET STANDARD.

with marked effect, and she substituted "Kate Dalrymple" on being encored. The last item but one on the programme was announced as: Song (In character) "My old Dutch" (C Ingle). The singer, an old man bowed by the weight ut his years. with snowy locks and beard, and attired in o
05 May 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE PRESENTATION.

THE PRESENTATION.

The Chairman said he bad been requested to come there that evening specially to perform what he could not say was a pleasing duty at all. It was simply to emphasise the fact that they had owing to stress of business lost one of the originators of that Association, the original h
05 May 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 

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CADBURY's COCOA

CADBURY's COCOA

maintains its great superiority as a refreshing invigorating drink, and a nutritious food. It is Cocoa and Cocoa only—not a combination of drugs, or a higheoundingalkaliedartiele. The Medical Magazine says : " CADBeRY's is without question the favourite Cocoa of the day. For Str
05 May 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

The County Treasurer enclosed cheque for £155 in payment of grant in respect of Medical Officer's and Inspectors salaries. The repair of the Barrow footbridge was again deferred owing to the absence of Mr. Cl►rk. LORD HALIFAX IN BATH. E.C.U. MEETINGS. In connection with the Bris
05 May 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE ORDINATION OF THE

THE ORDINATION OF THE

NEW PASTOR OF ZION CHAPEL, FROME. On Tuesday afternoon Mr. R. M. Moffatt, M.A., of Mansfield College, Oxford, was ordained at Zion Congregational Chapel. The very Inclement weather acted as no deterrent to the attendance. for the body of the chapel was quite filled and there was
26 May 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE SOUTHPORT NOMINATION.

THE SOUTHPORT NOMINATION.

pdtoeanthDivoltsion, Sir the Mr. C. B. Balfo ur , U n i onist. and Sir George Pilkington, Liberal, were on T uesday nominated causedfrt he Southampton t t h h a e m Herbert vacanc Nylo vacancy Naylor- Leyland. The polling i s on M on d ay next. The Emergency Committee of the Chu
26 May 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE MANCHURIAN-PEKIN RAILWAY.

THE MANCHURIAN-PEKIN RAILWAY.

During the past week there has been a great deal of most unnecessary and mischievous tall talk, owing to the fact that directly after the Russian Minister at Pekin had informed the Chinese Government of the agreement with England as to spheres of railway development, be pressed
26 May 1899 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England