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WOMEN HISSED BY AUDIENCE.

WOMEN HISSED BY AUDIENCE.

At the cod of the second interval of the proem Iwo women caused some disturbance throwing leaflets into the auditorium, one them began make speech. Her words, however, were inaudible by reason of the hissing of the audience. The women were quickly removed from the theatre, and a
15 May 1914 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
BOY KILLED BY A BOULDER.

BOY KILLED BY A BOULDER.

BOY KILLED BY BOULDER. Archibald Stewart, aged eleven, was killed, while his brother. John Stewart, aged fourteen and David Johnson, aged twelve, were injured, in peculiar circumstances Monday evening' Millport. Isle of Cumbrae. The lads scaled cliff near the Marine Biological St
15 May 1914 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
DEATH OF A MINISTER.

DEATH OF A MINISTER.

DEATH A MINISTER. The bus taken place the Rev. H. M. Harrif-on-Ohalraer*. lloehford, following o|ter:UK/u. Mr. Chalmers wa.T »-h;«inn:;n the Congregational non, and was «>ne the moA promising young miiuv.et.s ui iho county. was the stepson of the great mi- iouary Ur. Jaraea Ciial
15 May 1914 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
THE WESTERN CHRONICLE, YEOVIL, FRIDAY, MAY 15. 1914.

THE WESTERN CHRONICLE, YEOVIL, FRIDAY, MAY 15. 1914.

means, there is still much to be done the reform and betterment of social conditions which‘Q/e believe can only be done - or at least can best be done —by those of Liberal political opinion. In few weeks' time the and Irish Bills will be on the Statute Book and the Concession to
15 May 1914 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
ANNUAL MEETING AND DINNER AT TBOVIL.

ANNUAL MEETING AND DINNER AT TBOVIL.

The annual neetingof the South Somerset and District Licensed Victualler’ and Beer Retailers’ Protection Association held the Mermaid Hotel on Wednesday afternoon. Mr C. T. Pitcher (retiring president) presided over good attendance member.-. In the absence of the Treasurer (Mr R
15 May 1914 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 

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SHOOTING TENANTS.

SHOOTING TENANTS.

Many landlords let their shooting rights to shooting tenants, thus getting a double rent for their property -one from the tenant farmer and another from the shooting tenant* Cases of particular hardship often arise where a landlord puts down a lot more game after a tenant has ta
15 May 1914 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
SHOW AT WESTON SUPER MARE. RECORD ENTRIES.

SHOW AT WESTON SUPER MARE. RECORD ENTRIES.

The annual show of the Somerset Agricultural Association, which extends three days, was opened at Weston-super-Mare on Wednesday. Captain G. J. Sa*.dys, M.P., has been a practical president, and representative local committee have worked with enthusiasm and skill In making the p
15 May 1914 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
SOUTH SOMERSET MUSICAL COMPETITIONS. YESTERDAY'S CONTESTS AT CHARD. The Sooth Somerset Musieai Competitions were commenced Chard on Wednesday and the

SOUTH SOMERSET MUSICAL COMPETITIONS. YESTERDAY'S CONTESTS AT CHARD. The Sooth Somerset Musieai Competitions were commenced Chard on Wednesday and the

first day proceedings, which consisted mainly Unwins youthful performers, were very successful, there being keen competition in most cases. The 38 classes attracted over ISO entries and credi for this result largely due to MissTiask, of Norton-suh-Hamdon, the energetic bon. secr
15 May 1914 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
STOKE.

STOKE.

Water Class tfor Preset ring Egg-). • Buying a-, large quanlii.i«‘'for oar own u>c, rue cheap sellers. Ill) jar*. 2U» jars M.d. 4H»s Loo®c, any (jimnltty, i per pound, per cwt.— l. L. Somf.r-vii.Lk. The Boro - , Yeovi!. &S" 1 lave you tried “Ton», * li»c new v.:i‘liiitg table}.
15 May 1914 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
STURMINSTER NEWTON,

STURMINSTER NEWTON,

Property in the Market.—On Monday afternoon H. S. Senior (Messrs Senior & Godwin) offered several lots of freehold pro)erty by public auction at the White Hart dot el, but la neither instance was the reserve price reached. The first lot was freehold residence Kingston. Hoselbury
15 May 1914 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England