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Where does the ” creaking ” come in I

Where does the ” creaking ” come in I

Where does the creaking come the few events heW during the week not the least important was the Hospital meeting Thursday last. Vere favourable reports were submitted, showing that the work done still justifies existence, the patients receiving benefits averaging over two per wee
13 June 1913 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
GUARDIANS AND DISTRICT

GUARDIANS AND DISTRICT

COUNCIL. ISOLATION HOSPITAL ACCOMMODATION. AGREEMENT PROBABLE WITH THE URBAN COUNCIL. HOLWKLL WATER SUPPL? SCHEME TOO COSTLY. Thcrsda.t. —Present: Col. J. R. P. Goodden (in the chair). Canon E. W. Goodden (vicechairnmu), Miss Williauis, Mis« Ruegg, Col. Duff. Messrs T. H. Whatle
13 June 1913 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
STALBRIDGE

STALBRIDGE

and District Rifle League.— The home team, the holdeis the challenKe cup for two years in succession, shot the tirst match In the above League on Wed nesday. when a post matth was arranged with Templecombe and resulted in win for bridge by points. Stalbtidge scores R. Curtis, 19
13 June 1913 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
CONSERVATIVE MEETING AT

CONSERVATIVE MEETING AT

YEOVIL.
13 June 1913 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
THE HON. MEMBER’S LAND POLICY.

THE HON. MEMBER’S LAND POLICY.

A well-attended Conservative meeting was held in the Princes Street Assembly Rooms on Friday evening. Lionel thy preelned anil was supported a .? l 5, ltor “*J Including Rol»ert Cecil. K.C., M.P., and the Hon. Aubrev Herbert. M.P. Whitby and thk Amkiucan -abifk-s. The Cbairman,
13 June 1913 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
TO KEEP THE MAN AT HOME-

TO KEEP THE MAN AT HOME-

the Editor. Sir.—The Kreat trade boom, also the omiir* rants’ ru?h to Canada, seem to produce a scarcity of labourers. It has also hit the far mer very bard indeed. A few days ago far mersaid to me ; ’* The best of the chaps are going away. shall have few left shortly, except bo
13 June 1913 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

DABBf.—June 7. Samuel Head Darby, second « the Samuel Darby, of Bower Hnlton. , It nr.—June 4. 7. Clarence-terrace, yeovi' Stanley.ton of A. Hallett. aeed 6 years 9 month" Ballktt.—June 5. at 7. Clarence-terrase. Kathleen, daughter of A. Uallett, aged >«»*' months. Housa. 31. Wi
13 June 1913 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
CHISHOLM’S,

CHISHOLM’S,

25, Western Road, JARROW, Gelling wood Street, HBBBDRK,
27 June 1913 - Jarrow Express - Jarrow, Durham, England
 
NEW POLICE STATION FOR JARROW.

NEW POLICE STATION FOR JARROW.

A committee, consisting of Mr. W. G. Morant, Cliief Constable of Durham County; Aid. Stansfield Richardson, of the Standing Joint Committee; Aid. G. Johnson, and the County Surveyor and Architect, last week inspected sites at Jarrow suitable for new police station, offices, and
27 June 1913 - Jarrow Express - Jarrow, Durham, England
 
PLAGUE

PLAGUE

There was one death registered the Borough from pneumonic plague. This occurred at the Floating Hospital, Jarrow Slake, the case coming from ship undergoing repairs at Jarrow. It was found that there had been'two previous cases on the ship, just before leaving Hamburg for the Ty
27 June 1913 - Jarrow Express - Jarrow, Durham, England