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THE MILITANT SUFFRAGISTS.

THE MILITANT SUFFRAGISTS.

1q the Editor Sir—io view of (be most deplorable proceedings of the MilitantSafiragists belong to the Women’s Social and Political Union and the consequent harm which may result to the whole Suffrage Movement, may begto remind you the following (acts That those guilty the distur
15 March 1912 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
FRIBAY, MAS. IS. IBIS. (ESTABLISHED IN 1764 AS THE SHERBORNE DORCHESTER, AND TAUNTON JOURNAL). With which is Incorporated “THE DORSET

FRIBAY, MAS. IS. IBIS. (ESTABLISHED IN 1764 AS THE SHERBORNE DORCHESTER, AND TAUNTON JOURNAL). With which is Incorporated “THE DORSET

RECORD.” A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER FOR SOMERSET, DORSET, WILTS, HANTS, AND EAST DEVON.
15 March 1912 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
THE CHESS SERVICE BUREAU SCHOOLof JOURNALISM & PRESS work: THE GATES JOURNALISM invitingly open all capable men and women. No

THE CHESS SERVICE BUREAU SCHOOLof JOURNALISM & PRESS work: THE GATES JOURNALISM invitingly open all capable men and women. No

rigid standard of education is required of those who enter them. Journalism is frae to all who can satisfactorily perform the essential duties the Profession. Many people possess the ability to write clearly and effectively might adding to their incomes as Coatribntors to the Pr
15 March 1912 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
COMPTON PAUNCEFOTE,

COMPTON PAUNCEFOTE,

Sajli'. a Well-known Estate.—The sale Castle, in the parish of Compton Pauncefote, has been negotiated through Messrs Wilson & Gray’s Western Counties Branch Yeovil, The Estate la situate almost exactly In the centre of the Blackmore Va\e Hunting country, close nil the favourite
01 March 1912 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
W, GODFREY & SON, BIEMINOHAM STORES, YEOVIL, 10,000 YARDS of NETTING ALWAYS IN STOCK. YARD BOLLS, Sft. 21n., 7s; 3ft.

W, GODFREY & SON, BIEMINOHAM STORES, YEOVIL, 10,000 YARDS of NETTING ALWAYS IN STOCK. YARD BOLLS, Sft. 21n., 7s; 3ft.

x 3in., 6s roll, TAB FELT for ROOFING. RED ELAND. 4sBd roll: Yards BEST QDALITY, 6d roll. CORRUGATED IRON, all lengths. 22, 24, 26 gsase kept in stock, from Aft. to 10ft,
01 March 1912 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
THE GUINEA FOWL.

THE GUINEA FOWL.

many occasions I have asked the question of poultry farmers who keep a stock of almost every variety of profitable fowls, why they do not include the Guinea fowl on the farm. In most cases the reply has been that they are too much trouble on aecount of their wandering habits, ma
22 March 1912 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
BT AB UP TO-DAtB AGBIOULTORIST

BT AB UP TO-DAtB AGBIOULTORIST

BT AGBIOULTORIST field peas for agricultural USE. A correspondent from ft Chlppeataair bolding wtlt«* t-'JTSjII be gUd Irjon wi.l ioldrw the best kind ot peu to sow la field for agricultural purposes, and state bow tuaoy to now per acre, and the right tioie to sow » state the bes
22 March 1912 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
TOO MANY HARICOT BEANS. STRIKE OF PARIS SCHOOLBOYS,

TOO MANY HARICOT BEANS. STRIKE OF PARIS SCHOOLBOYS,

The pupils of the State school commercial studies Paris were sent home Monday after having been war with the school staff for several days. The trouble began by complainte against the quality of the food supplied. As the fees amount to nearly £lOO year, or more than in any other
22 March 1912 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER.

CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER.

man named William Alfred Ainsworth woe remanded Brentford on Monday on charge of manslaughter. alleged came oat public-house Ealing, and alter having a few words with Sidney Bladder hit him in the face which knocked him down. His head came into cop* tact with the pavement, and d
22 March 1912 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
YEOVIL AND DISTRICT MINOR LBAOTTB,

YEOVIL AND DISTRICT MINOR LBAOTTB,

SHERBORNE RESERVES v. CREWKKRNE RESERVES. HEAVY SCORING ON THE TERRACE. Sherborne Reserves severely defeated Oewkorue Reserves Saturday. The hack off was late, owing to the Ist XL occupying Terrace prevroualy. The captains agreed play minutes each way. Andrews kldied off for She
22 March 1912 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England