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MIDSOMER NORTON LOCAL BOARD, ACTING AS THE URBAN SANITARY AUTHORITY FOR THE DISTRICT OF MIDSOMER NORTON. Appointment of Medical Officer.

MIDSOMER NORTON LOCAL BOARD, ACTING AS THE URBAN SANITARY AUTHORITY FOR THE DISTRICT OF MIDSOMER NORTON. Appointment of Medical Officer.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the above BOARD will, at their meeting on the 16th MARCH next, at 5.30 o'clock in the Afternoon, proceed to the APPOINTMENT OF A MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH for this district, at a Salary of £25 per annum, for the period of One Year, from the 2.lth Mar
28 February 1891 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
To the Local Board of Frome.

To the Local Board of Frome.

GENTLEMEN,—I have thought it best to review the sanitary condition of the town for the whole of the past year, although I have been your Medical Officer of Health for the last six months only. Still, I was associated with Mr. Parsons before his death in much of the work, and I f
11 February 1893 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
COAL. STEALING.

COAL. STEALING.

John Taylor 0) was summoned for stealing 26 lbs. of coal, of the value of 2d., the property of Mr. William Beachim Beauchamp. -- Mr. Bertram Hancock said he was malinger of the Welton Colliery, which belongs to Mr. Beauchamp. On the 11th or Jan., between nine and ten a.m., he wa
11 February 1893 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
ONE BOX_OF SLARKE'S P LLB core ( Mt by an Camaro Ys Worm, or to Ltoooto.

ONE BOX_OF SLARKE'S P LLB core ( Mt by an Camaro Ys Worm, or to Ltoooto.

18 March 1893 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE SOMERSET STANDARD. LONGLEAT PARK.

THE SOMERSET STANDARD. LONGLEAT PARK.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT No Traffic through Longleat Park, OH THE ADJOINING WOODS, will be allowed on TUESDAY, tie 28th clay of MARCH inst. By Order, H. P. JONES, Agent. Portway House, Warminster, lath March, 1803. FROME. 177 A
18 March 1893 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
MURDER AND LYNCHING.

MURDER AND LYNCHING.

According to a telegram from Memphis (Tennessee) a murder, followed by the lynching of the negro perpetrator, has produced * sensation at Nittayuma. Mississippi. The victim was Rufus Hayward, $ coloured planter, who was killed and robbed by Lee Walton. Bloodhounds were set upon
18 March 1893 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE LOCAL VETO BILL.

THE LOCAL VETO BILL.

Mr. Beautoy, Gladstonian M.P. for Kennington, has written his constituents that he cannot support the Bill, and offered to resign his seat. But pressure has been put upon the local coir• mittees and wire-pullers with such success that Mr. Beauto will be retained. /The Executive
18 March 1893 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
UPON ALL ORDERS.

UPON ALL ORDERS.

All Prices are in Plain Figures• CATALOGUES POST ALL GOODS CARRIAGE FRE 74 E. 7438] L 175,000 TOOOU LEND, BY THE SOUTHERN NTIES DEPOSIT BANK, LIMITED, F in sums of £lO to 2100, on NOTE OF HAND ALONE, or Furniture, arming Stock, and all other Personal Security, without removal, a
21 January 1893 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THIRD WEEK.

THIRD WEEK.

FURTHER REDUCTIONS. FREDK. CORDEUX, SONS, & CO., RT. JARRBB BARTON. BRISTOL, Respectfully announce the Sale of several Important Lots of SPECIAL GOODS in con nection with their Great Stock- taking Sale that is now proceeding with such great Success. BOXES FANCY RIBBONS, 'Usual P
21 January 1893 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE COMING SESSION.

THE COMING SESSION.

The outlook for the Government can hardly be called bright or re-assuring on the eve of the assembling of Parliament. Indeed, Lord Ripon, a Cabinet minister, and Sir Charles Russell, the Attorney-General, reflected the mental state of the Gladstonian party in their recent speech
21 January 1893 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England