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TO LET.

TO LET.

PRESTON MILL,.MILVERTON, SOMERSET TO be LET TENDER, with immediate (in couwouence the death Mr. John Ewens) the above GRIST and FLOUR MILL, together with about 17 Acres of very fertile Grass, Orchard and Arable Laud, with good Dwelling-house and suitable Buildings and Offices. P
22 December 1888 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
AWLIBCOMBE.

AWLIBCOMBE.

County Council Mretino. A meeting the delegates for the parishes within the Awliscombe Division was held at the petty sessions-room on Saturday. Lord Sidmouth presided, and the delegates present for Awliscombe, Broadhembury. Comberaleigh. Churchstanton, Dunkeswell, Pavherabury,
22 December 1888 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
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22 December 1888 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
TO LET.

TO LET.

Apartments to let, sitting-room and one or two Bedrooms, within three minutes’ walk of the Parade.—Apply M. C., Office, Taunton. _[o PAETMENTB "TO LET, Furnished, sitting-room and bedroom, in pleasant Villas. Seven minutes’ walk from railway station. Good cooking. Quiet. No chil
22 December 1888 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
WHO PAY CASH SHOULD DEAL ONLY AT

WHO PAY CASH SHOULD DEAL ONLY AT

WHO PAY CASH SHOULD DEAL ONLY MASSINGHAM’S WHERE THEY WILL GET THE FULI. BENEFIT OF THEIR READY MONEY. | Strictly Cash System, with very small profits, was first introduced into the Boot an i Shoe Trade by H. Q. Uasringham about sixteeu r-ara ago, and although it has been copied
22 December 1888 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
IVE'S FOOD.—First established 1825,

IVE'S FOOD.—First established 1825,

'VTEAVE’S FOOD. Carefully prepared and highly natritioua. —Laocet. 'VTEAt'E’S FOOD. Well adapted for children, aged people and invalids.”—British Medical Journal.
22 December 1888 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
CHAPTKK L.

CHAPTKK L.

Wanda two daya of acute mlaenr and dreailful •olitude. Mho could not obtain permletiou viait /adwlga, and aba found beraalf powarlaae in every way. Ahe waa quite alone, fur everyone appeared to be too Inray to <ome near her. Afterwarda whan aha looked back on thaaa daya they war
22 December 1888 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
DECEMBER 22. 1888.

DECEMBER 22. 1888.

f?? tt * B»y boa—h—pr—«n —od —Joured per—a- 1 thought her mo* —timabl<»—i« tembly xntoxicaUd an the kitchen floor, end been for days, and things are—aw—” And Mr. Both well, running short of words, spread hie hands abroad in pantomime d—oriptira chaos, said Pamela, calmly. ” Wher
22 December 1888 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
THE SOMERSET COUNTY GAZETTE, BRISTOL EXPRESS AND DEVONSHIRE NEWS.

THE SOMERSET COUNTY GAZETTE, BRISTOL EXPRESS AND DEVONSHIRE NEWS.

AMERICAN HUMOUR. “HE FIXED HIM WITH HIS EYE.” was in Madison-street car, and every seat was occupied, when sickly-looking woman entered with her babe. “Room for the lady; make way there please.” said the conductor, and the crowded passengers pulled backward on the straps to let
22 December 1888 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

SATURDAY, December 15. bill for continuing the Employers’ Liability Bill of IHHO was brought in and read a first time.—ln Committee of Supply a number of Scotch ▼otea were agreed to. was also the report of Supply. MONDAY, December 17- —This of Huakdc.— Sir J FEBaussoiT said the
22 December 1888 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England