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FINE TERMTIMIL SUTTLI LUNE.

FINE TERMTIMIL SUTTLI LUNE.

TERMTIMIL SUTTLI LUNE. The above club opened their League fixtures on Thursday and Saturday of last weelc, and some very good skittling was seen in these the first games. on Thursday evening, Nov. 17th, the two competing teams were Butler and Tanner's and the British Legion. On t
25 November 1932 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
FOR SALE—Good EATING POTATOEf3, 7/- per owt.—F. W. Warm°, Hope Farm, Blotchbridge, Frome. 064 FURY FLAKES TOBACCO, new favourite, Cd.

FOR SALE—Good EATING POTATOEf3, 7/- per owt.—F. W. Warm°, Hope Farm, Blotchbridge, Frome. 064 FURY FLAKES TOBACCO, new favourite, Cd.

cc. Always welcome, always good. Buy Ferry Flake from Mr. F. Dar a, of 14, The Market Place, Frome and 26, Catherine Hill. Frome : or 8. C. SRLD, The Toffee Shop, Keyford, Frame. (837
11 November 1932 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
WO FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET. Comfortable home ; board optional ; near R.C. Church ; Town, Frome ; refs. exchanged

WO FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET. Comfortable home ; board optional ; near R.C. Church ; Town, Frome ; refs. exchanged

; convenient, quiet.—Write Box 434 Eilmsdard Office, Frame. COMFORTABLE BOARD RESIDI 12, Partway, }Aroma.
11 November 1932 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
DEATH AND FUNERAL OF MR. ROGER MOORE. The many Frome friends of Mr. and Mrs. Farnham Moore. of 29. St.

DEATH AND FUNERAL OF MR. ROGER MOORE. The many Frome friends of Mr. and Mrs. Farnham Moore. of 29. St.

Luke's Road. Totterdown, Bristol, beard with deep regret of the death of their eldest son. Roger, who passed away at the Bristol Royal Infirmary on Tuesday, November let, at the age of 26 years. He had been in failing health for two years, but was not taken seriously ill until •
11 November 1932 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
TONIC WINES. 4/ per bot. 3 / 3 & • • IN —

TONIC WINES. 4/ per bot. 3 / 3 & • • IN —

11 November 1932 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 

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H. J. KNEE, Ltd., Phone 260 TROWBRIDGE.

H. J. KNEE, Ltd., Phone 260 TROWBRIDGE.

GORILEY. DEATH OF MR. W. H. MINES. The death of Mr. William Henry Mines. of 94, Leigh Green, Conley, took place at the Warminster Cottage Hospital on Wednesday of last week. The funeral took place on Monday. a short service being conducted at the Methodist Chapel by the Rev. J.
11 November 1932 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
IN EVER-LOVING NIESIONY of our dearest dad, &Yam, WILLIAM ANnnews. who wu suddenly called home Nov. 7th, 1931. Always remembered

IN EVER-LOVING NIESIONY of our dearest dad, &Yam, WILLIAM ANnnews. who wu suddenly called home Nov. 7th, 1931. Always remembered

by his daughter and son.in.law.R.l.P. Heyfaird Gardens, Frome. (478
11 November 1932 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
W. J. GARRETT & SON,

W. J. GARRETT & SON,

OF OVERCOAT FAME. CATHERINE HILL, ANNOUNCE AN IMPORTANT IN Mid-Season Event FOR ONE WEEK ONLY, NOVEMBER 19th to 28th Some to 800 MEN'S & BOYS' MUMS 1 2/ 1 1 GARRETT & SON, The Clothiers, Seven, Eight, Thirty, CATHERINE HILL, FROME. I ' i I 1 1' .1
18 November 1932 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
THE PRINTING AND NEWSPAPER TRADES.

THE PRINTING AND NEWSPAPER TRADES.

"Titan" PROFITS DROP 1131,373 IN TO 13,113 IN 11131. Tug great and unprecedented difficulties which have beset the Printing and Newspaper Trades during the past year are exemplified in the huge drop in profits earned by The Times, the world's premier newspaper. We quote from The
18 November 1932 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
BRITISH LEGION STANDARD

BRITISH LEGION STANDARD

DEDICATED IT WINSTROW. IMPRESSIVE PARADE AID SERVICE. Tat ceremonies attending the dedication of the new standard of the Wanstrow branch of the British Legion on Sunday were of a strikingly impressive character. Some three hundred members of the Legion were present from Frome, B
18 November 1932 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England