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THE EARTHQUAKE.

THE EARTHQUAKE.

(Concluded from sth page.) are informed that the surface of the water in the basin of the Gloucester and Berkeley Canal was disturbed, and that the disturbance was seen by the officers on duty ; also that at Mrs. Smith's Brunswick Square, a bird cage was thrown off a hook and we
10 October 1863 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
YEOVIL.

YEOVIL.

latest Netos. " " Ofpicb, Friday, St/ndat ScHCK)L.-The teachers of this school, their quarterly meeting, held on presented their Superintendent, Mr. bnarp witha handsomeldressing case, as a small tokenjofthe love and esteem they bear toward him for the kind and efficient manner
10 October 1863 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
BRIDGWATER.

BRIDGWATER.

County Petty Sessions, Thursday, Oct. Bth.— Before G. Warry, T. P. Broadmead, J. L. Scaly, and R. King, Esqrs..—Mary Ann Coombes, of Edington, was sunnnoued by Edwin Godfrey, of Edington, for an assault, on the lst inst.—Dismissed. Edwin Godfrey, ot Edington, was also summoned b
10 October 1863 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
TO OBTAIN GO OF FULL VALUE, GOOD TR . H CLOTHING ESI OPPOSITE THE C HENDFORD Where every description of

TO OBTAIN GO OF FULL VALUE, GOOD TR . H CLOTHING ESI OPPOSITE THE C HENDFORD Where every description of

Clothing suitable for i A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WINT RIFLE AND FORE EVERY I GENTLEMEN'S INSPECTION BLUE LIAS STONE. Z SEYMOUR, Stone Merchant, Street, near Glastonbury, supplies all kinds of BLUE LIAS PAVING, STEPS, WALL-STONES, Ac, of the best quality ; which can be forwarded by
10 October 1863 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
WEST BUCKLAND.

WEST BUCKLAND.

"Cuteness" Extraordinary.—ln the neighbourhood of West Buckland lives an individual who i» remarkable for what the Yankees call " cuteness " and frugality. Requiring a pair of pantaloons came into Wellington the other day and bought the materials, a certain length of corduroy, t
22 February 1867 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 

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MISCELLANEOUS LOCAL MARKETS.

MISCELLANEOUS LOCAL MARKETS.

YEOVIL, Friday.—Thin samples of wheat scarce, the demand slow. Prices were firm, but not higher than last week. Wheae, 60s to 64s ; barley, 30s to 46s ; beans, 44s to 48s; peas, to 44s ; oats, 24s to 28s. The pig market thinly attended ; a short supply of pigs on offer. Best che
22 February 1867 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
CREWKERNE.

CREWKERNE.

Petty Sessions, Saturday.—Edward Wills, a lad of 13, was sent to prison for month, and a reformatory for four years, for stealing a candlestick, from Edward Battimore, who keeps a beerhouse at Merriott. The prisoner had been convicted previously. Joseph Tetl, currier, and boy na
22 February 1867 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
ILMINSTER.

ILMINSTER.

At a recent meeting of the Cattle Plague Committee for the division of Ilminster, the following resolution, proposed by R. T. Coombe, Esq., was passed :—" That a voluntary subscription be raised for the purpose of presenting Supt. Everett with purse of money, as some acknowledgm
22 February 1867 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
WELLS.

WELLS.

Chief Constableship of Glamorgan.—Amongst the candidates for this appointment is Wm. Geo. Bloxham, Esq., for many years Deputy-Chief Constable of Somerset. Seizure of Unsound Meat.—On Tuesday last, Sergt. Tucker, of this city, \isited the shop of Charles Barnard, butcher, and se
22 February 1867 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
DORSETSHIRE.

DORSETSHIRE.

COMMITTED TO THE DORSET COUNTY PRISON.- George Harris, stealing two lambs at John Hayes, breach of peace at Charmouth 6 months' imprisonment. Bartholomew Haskell, night poaching at Woodlands-1 month s hard labour and to find sureties. John Bradford, leaving family chargeable at
22 February 1867 - Western Gazette - Yeovil, Somerset, England