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TRAGEDY OF WAR,

TRAGEDY OF WAR,

FATHERLESS CHILDREN UNVEIL WAR MEMORIAL AT HAZELBURY BRYAN. DIGNIFIED PAROCHIAL TRIBUTE. Hazelburv Bryan is now one of the parishes in which, in a prominent open .space, a memorial has been erected as a means whereby the example of the gallantry and sacrifices of its honoured fa
21 October 1921 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
LABOUR MEETING AT DORCHESTER.

LABOUR MEETING AT DORCHESTER.

LABOUR MEETING DORCHESTER. MR. JAMES AND THE WHO GETS THE MONEY?" LEAFLET. A meeting under the auspices of the National Union of General Workers and tn conjunction with the Dorset Trades Council and Labour Party was held at the Corn Exchange on Friday evening, and there was a goo
21 October 1921 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
WEYMOUTH BOROUGH POLICE-

WEYMOUTH BOROUGH POLICE-

COURT. Friday,—Mr. A. Dennis in the chair. Light Wanted.—Margaret Edwards, who was summoned for riding a bicycle without a light at Buxtons, did not appear, but wrote that she thought there was no danger no one was about, and she was riding very slowly.—Fined ss. Drink on the Es
21 October 1921 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
WHERE THE TRADE UNION MONEY WENT.

WHERE THE TRADE UNION MONEY WENT.

SECRETARY BACKS HORSES AND LOSES £185. Having backed horses with new members' contributions till his accounts were short, a branch secretary of the Dockers' and General Workers' Union was sent prison for three months at Liverpool on Saturday. He John MeKnisrht, aged fifty-two, a
21 October 1921 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 

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THE BURDEN OF INDIGESTION.

THE BURDEN OF INDIGESTION.

Here arte the facta about real remedy for indigestion—that burden 'which makes life misery for so many. The remedy Bistnated Magnesia, harmless, yet effective compound which, since its inception, has received the written endorsement of thousands of grateful'people in all parts t
21 October 1921 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
POACHING AFFRAY AT LANGTON.

POACHING AFFRAY AT LANGTON.

ESTATE AGENT ROBBED AND ASSAULTED. At special sitting of the Biandford Police-court Thursdiiv, before Mr. A. W. Heber Percy <tnd Mr. W. E. Lawrence, two Biandford men were charged with stealing, from the person, with violence, and wero. with two other men, charged with being sea
21 October 1921 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
Dame Janet Stanoomb-Wills has-given £7,000 to Ramsgate General Hospital. It is reported from Alford, Lincolnshire, that birds, as the result

Dame Janet Stanoomb-Wills has-given £7,000 to Ramsgate General Hospital. It is reported from Alford, Lincolnshire, that birds, as the result

of tho abnormal weather are building new nests. ' A sheep dog which saved the life Mr. Beck Royle. of Perry Moor Farm, Whittington. Salop, has been maliciously poisoned. The dog won'a medal by biting and worrying bull which attacked Mr. Royle, and so saving his masters bio,
21 October 1921 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
DORSET FARMERS' UNION.

DORSET FARMERS' UNION.

MEETINGS AY BLANDFORD, AND DORCHESTER. GLOOMY OUTLOOK FOR AGRICULTURE. THE WAGES DIFFICULTY. The second Mr. Maddy's meetings in Dorset to push the cause the Farmers' Union was held the Town Hall, Biandford, on Thursday, Biandford Fair day, the attendance cxc. anticipation's. F-
21 October 1921 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
WAREHAM PARENTS SENT TO GAOL.

WAREHAM PARENTS SENT TO GAOL.

PARENTS SENT GAOL. CRUEL NEGLECT OF CHILDREN. Sentence of three months' imprisonment each was imposed the Wareham Bench WiUiain Footand his wife, Eliza, Ridge, near Wareham, for having neglected their six children—five girls and a boy—in manner likely to cause them unnecessary .s
21 October 1921 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England