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THORNE.—IN LOVING MEMORY of Coed', who died Feb. 4th. 19341. aged 26 also Oscar, who died Sept. 17th, 1926, aged

THORNE.—IN LOVING MEMORY of Coed', who died Feb. 4th. 19341. aged 26 also Oscar, who died Sept. 17th, 1926, aged

2114 t the dearly loved and only children of Mrs. Harding, 5, Satiny Hill, Nanny. In the pride of early manhood, When life was at Its beet. (795
5 February 1932 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
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26 February 1932 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
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26 February 1932 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
TRACTIVE MATCH AT THE DRILL HALL.

TRACTIVE MATCH AT THE DRILL HALL.

Archie Collins, of Swindon, meets Gilbert Pike, late of the 2nd Batt. S.L.L. Bath, at the Drill Hall, Frome, on Thursday of next, week in a ten rounds welter-weight contest. Collins will be remembered by the wonderful show he put up against Phil Green at the Drill Hall bet year.
26 February 1932 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
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26 February 1932 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 

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COLEFORD.

COLEFORD.

WELFARE HALL. A whist drive for the benefit of the Welfare Hall was held in the Hall on Friday last, when Mr. W. Johnson was the M.C. The prise-winners were :—Ladies : 1, Mr. J . Ford (as lady), 227 ; 2, Mrs. F. Moore, 221 ; consolation, Mr. J. Edgell (as lady). 182. 'Gents : 1.
26 February 1932 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
MALLM.

MALLM.

On Tuesday evening Bruton were entertained by a mixed team raised by the Shep• ton Mallet Ladies' Hockey Club. The match was played at the Park, the ground and weather being ideal. From the start Bruton attacked strongly, and several times came near scoring. Shepton made one or
26 February 1932 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
11111Dia, I,IIIIMIRM.I 2b, IV3I. MARKETS AND SALES.

11111Dia, I,IIIIMIRM.I 2b, IV3I. MARKETS AND SALES.

2b, MARKETS AND SALES. BRUTON TUeedity.—At MOWs and Sons Repository there was the usual supply of calves, poultry, etc., a number of dealers attended and the trade was very good. Small calves making from 30a. to 365., weanera 575. to 1325., stein• to Ms., fat calves L 4 Ills. to
26 February 1932 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
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19 February 1932 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
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OF WIND

" The Romans had no distinctive music of their own. The only real personal interest exerted upon music by the Romans was the development of wind instruments. A race of fighting men, the Romans regarded military music more seriously than any other branch of musical art; essential
19 February 1932 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England