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YEOVIL MAN SENT TO PRISON

YEOVIL MAN SENT TO PRISON

YEOVIL MAN SENT PRISON At the Borough Police Court ou Saturday rooming, before Mr J. K. Whitby, Robert Jennings’, of Park Street, was charged with stealing five hemp horse halters, from the Three Choughs Hotel stables, the property of Mrs Box, on Nov. 10th. P.s. Hinder spoke as t
18 November 1910 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
TOBTH-ACHE

TOBTH-ACHE

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18 November 1910 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
SUPPOSED BRITISH SHIP LOST, FIVE BODIES RECOVERED,

SUPPOSED BRITISH SHIP LOST, FIVE BODIES RECOVERED,

The bodies of five aailors, supposed bo of British nationality, have been discovered fishermen off Cape Fidisterre, soys the Brest correspondent of the DaUy Telegraph. The lifebelts round the men’s waist# bore several inscriptions in English, the phrase Warrtuned pass the Board
18 November 1910 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
GROVE AVENUE.

GROVE AVENUE.

TO BE LET, with Immediate possession, an attractive RESIDENCE, containing Two Reception Rooms, Bedrooms, Two Indoor W.c.’s, Bath Room, Kitchen, and usual Domestic Offices, Conservatory, Large Garden well stocked with Fruit Trees, Side Entrance. Rent 36 guineas per annum.—Apply W
18 November 1910 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
LATEST GERMAN METHOD.

LATEST GERMAN METHOD.

Consulerfcble iDter«t has been Lowestoft, say® the HUmdard, there of ft German fiahing-boat, the Geestemundc, which is fitted with telegraphy apparatus. She rather largo craft for ft vessel, being about 301) tons g*ss. . f abnormal appearance from her krftyJ°Tv mast and an unusu
18 November 1910 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 

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Tuk Ironukn the Lead.

Tuk Ironukn the Lead.

Tuk the Lead. The play up the interval fairly even, and when the whistle went the read Yeovil A’a. 1 coal; Fetters’ United, 2 goals. In the second hull the Reserves bucked considerably, and play became rather faster. The Pets were the first to get going and Sweet was called upon
18 November 1910 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
THE SHOP FOR UP-TO-DATE MILLINERY. BLOUSES. UNDERSKIRTS. WOOLLEN UNDERWEAR. COATS. COSTUMES. GLOVES. NECKWEAR. Ac. All Goods are New and the

THE SHOP FOR UP-TO-DATE MILLINERY. BLOUSES. UNDERSKIRTS. WOOLLEN UNDERWEAR. COATS. COSTUMES. GLOVES. NECKWEAR. Ac. All Goods are New and the

Latest Styles, and Colours. You are invited to compare QUALITY of our Goods. In our DRAPERY DEPARTMENT we hold a Useful Stodk of the Latest Materials for Winter Wear Varwus Colours. Our Customers are astoniehed the QUALITY AND LOW PRICES our Goods LADIES' AND GENT. S SMART TAILO
18 November 1910 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
NOTICE.— On all business matters The shoull be addressed. Letters with adoertiseinents should be marked A dot. Dept. Remittances te

NOTICE.— On all business matters The shoull be addressed. Letters with adoertiseinents should be marked A dot. Dept. Remittances te

be made payable te Bellamt, crossed Hoare’s.” Telephones—34--r Gerrard. 64-5 Gerratd Telegrams Globe, London. The Globe” OJices, 387, Strand, W.C. jjmasgmcwts. Concerts. BOYA-Ii OPERA, COVENT GARDEN. THOMAS BKECHAM OPERA CO. GRAND ORCHESTRAL CONCERT, VOCALISTS, Mmc. AGNES NICIIO
18 November 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
three days for the finance

three days for the finance

BILL. An official Parliameutaiy notice is issued this afternoon of the “Business of the House, Finance (No. 2) Bill, and other business (allocation oi time).’ With regard the Finance (No. 2) Bill, is provided : The second reading the Bill and the committee stage the financial re
18 November 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BE. EBXDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1910

BE. EBXDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1910

traders of this country (cheers). Everybody knew that the weeks preceding Christinas were weeks from which the traders of this country expected much, and everybody knew that the collateral disturbances a General Election cause enormous loss to private individuals, loss which mig
18 November 1910 - Globe - London, London, England