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ALLOTMENTS To Let in Grave Avenue, Yeovil.— Apply Newman, Co., Solicitor';, Yeovil. (u.r.o. SEVEN DWELLINuHOUSESJn Yeovil Fou Salk (Cheap), vu

ALLOTMENTS To Let in Grave Avenue, Yeovil.— Apply Newman, Co., Solicitor';, Yeovil. (u.r.o. SEVEN DWELLINuHOUSESJn Yeovil Fou Salk (Cheap), vu

: No>. 72, and 74, Park Street, and I. 2, :4, 4, and 4a, Addlcwell Lane. The Park Street property would be sold separaietT desired.—J. E. Kodbkk, 30. Kingston, Yeovil. [u.F.O.-ni29 YEOVIL.— HOUSES.—To be Let or Sold various class houses, situate the most parts the town.—Apply Ca
23 December 1910 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
LANGPORT. SOMERSET.

LANGPORT. SOMERSET.

Messrs taylor & hunt win hold their NEXT AUCTION Tuesday, December 1910, commencing at 10 o'clock. . Present Entries.—ls 9 fat and store Sheep. fat Hogs, Mr Thresher’s); fat Beasts|; 3 Heifers and Calves ; Store Beasts ; Calves. Also Donkey, Cart and Harness. Further Entries exp
23 December 1910 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
A LIGHT CHAMPION HEIFER.

A LIGHT CHAMPION HEIFER.

LIGHT CHAMPION HEIFER. The champion animal the recent Smithfield Show was an Abeideen Angus heifer and one of the lightest that has ever attained that coveted distinction. Her age was 2 veara 11 months weeks. Three years is the limit and she weighed cwt. I qr. lbs. She typical al
23 December 1910 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
NEXT WEEK.

NEXT WEEK.

23 December 1910 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
JUVIS

JUVIS

Ji for Gravies. Hashes. Stev.s. or . invigorattog.QOuritbiDg haver aae. The choicest Beef is used in its produc lien. A Cap for Id.
23 December 1910 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 

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SHEPTON BEAUCHAMP

SHEPTON BEAUCHAMP

Chronicle” Blalvhami'.— Any of the inhabitants who would like to be supplied with the Chronicle weekly have it applying to Mr. J. Salway, Shepton Beauchamp.
23 December 1910 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
IMPORTANT TO CONFECTIONERS, CATERERS, AND OTHERS. THE MIDDLE STREET CAFE. YEOVIL. MR A. S. TURING (in conjunction with Mr W.

IMPORTANT TO CONFECTIONERS, CATERERS, AND OTHERS. THE MIDDLE STREET CAFE. YEOVIL. MR A. S. TURING (in conjunction with Mr W.

RED WOOD Is favoured with instructions from B. W. Fudge, who is giving up the above shop, to SELL ALCTION, on Friday. Deckmbbr 30th, 1910. CL SHOf^ STOCK., and FURNITURE Several square yards of costly lino, planned shop and rooms upstairs ; about rare bentwood shop chairs ; seve
23 December 1910 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
meeaM a school. anew and they had not yet had much opportunity far reaching snccesiscs in We, but was very

meeaM a school. anew and they had not yet had much opportunity far reaching snccesiscs in We, but was very

pleaded to see Wtßt number of boys of the school seemed to have their feet upon the ladder success and seemed to pursuing their way up the ladder wife plenfcv of energy and resolution which trusted, in doe time, would lead them the top. was glad to beat such great prainc concern
23 December 1910 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
PICKLI

PICKLI

23 December 1910 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
STATHE,

STATHE,

A Boat, which was float in* on the water close by the George Ino, Slat he, was taken up the rough galo last week, and carried several feet in tb« air.!*sHni* into foe roadway with great force smashing to^atoms.
23 December 1910 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England