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WEST PENNARD.

WEST PENNARD.

The Flower Show.—The West Pennard Flower Show Committee have pleasure in announcing that Major J. A. Garton, M.C., J.P., has kindly pormised to perform the opening ceremony of the show on Monday, July 31st, at 3 p.m. Major Garton has also arranged with the Somerset Guild of Craf
21 July 1939 - Central Somerset Gazette - Wells, Somerset, England
 
SOMERSET AND THE R.S.P.C.A.

SOMERSET AND THE R.S.P.C.A.

REDUCTION IN NUMBER OF CONVICTIONS. Somerset contributed four to the total number of 165 convictions obtained by the R.S.P.C.A. in respect of cruelty to animals during June, 1939, as against a total of 134 in June, 1938. During the month the Society has investigated some 3,105 c
21 July 1939 - Central Somerset Gazette - Wells, Somerset, England
 
TAKE NOTE OF YOUR

TAKE NOTE OF YOUR

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21 July 1939 - Central Somerset Gazette - Wells, Somerset, England
 
CHAMBER OF OBJECTS: THE PROTECTION, PROMOTION, AND EXTENSION OF THE TRADE, COMMERCIAL FACILITIES AND INTERESTS OF THE TOWN AND DISTRICT

CHAMBER OF OBJECTS: THE PROTECTION, PROMOTION, AND EXTENSION OF THE TRADE, COMMERCIAL FACILITIES AND INTERESTS OF THE TOWN AND DISTRICT

GENERALLY, AND THE SECURING OF THE HEARTY CO-OPERATION OF ALL CLASSES IN MOVEMENTS FOR THE GENERAL WELFARE OF THE BOROUGH. Fred/sot : Mr. W. A. F. EDWARDL MR. IL PITMAN. MR. W. RILLARD. NM. Treasurer : MR. d. SNENTON. Nem Swam : MR. W. M. HARVEY.
21 July 1939 - Central Somerset Gazette - Wells, Somerset, England
 
STREET.

STREET.

21 July 1939 - Central Somerset Gazette - Wells, Somerset, England
 
ALLEGED THEFT OF A B

ALLEGED THEFT OF A B

ALLEGED THEFT OF A SAG OF MAIZE. MAGISTRATES DISMISS CASE AFTER A LONG SITTING. Three lorry drivers, two of whom reside at Street and one at Coxley, who are employed by a Wells haulage contractor were accused of theft from their employer at a Special Court at Wells on Tuesday. Th
21 July 1939 - Central Somerset Gazette - Wells, Somerset, England
 
No:WNW Street, GLASTONBURY

No:WNW Street, GLASTONBURY

GRADE A HONEY 1/9 per lb. (16 ozs. not the usual 131 Cer•ificated by the Soiticr3et l',,>Keepers Association and the Ministry of Agriculture N F. JAMES HoWar of the Crystal Pa!ace OPEN TO TEE WORLD CLIP, 1934-35. St. Ailnoth's, The Roman Way, Glastonbury. Phone 179 ALSO OBTAINAB
09 February 1940 - Central Somerset Gazette - Wells, Somerset, England
 
IDEAL NOTEPAPER

IDEAL NOTEPAPER

British to the Watermark. Every Sheet a Compliment to one's Friends. WATCHES and CLOCKS wanted to Repair. Orders promptly executed. Moderate charges. Any kind of Clock and W itches obtained to order. J. E WALTER. Tack's C10w..." Glastonbury
09 February 1940 - Central Somerset Gazette - Wells, Somerset, England
 
COMFORTABLE BEDROOM in good house wanted in Glastonbury. Use of bath. Write " T.X.," " Gazette " Office, Glastonbury. GIRL

COMFORTABLE BEDROOM in good house wanted in Glastonbury. Use of bath. Write " T.X.," " Gazette " Office, Glastonbury. GIRL

wanted for kitchen and house work Apply: A. & R. TAYLOR, 14, High Street Glastonbury. ENVELOPE ADDRESSING, Circular despatching, etc. Home work. Persons wanted (either sex). Send addressed envelope. YovNosoNs (Dept. 56), Newbald, York.
09 February 1940 - Central Somerset Gazette - Wells, Somerset, England
 
ADDRESS BY THE BISHOP Of BATH AND

ADDRESS BY THE BISHOP Of BATH AND

WELLS. Speaking at a meeting of the Church Missionary Society at the Pump Room, Bath, on Monday, the Bishop of Bath and Wells (Dr. Francis Underhill) emphasised the need for a unity in the Church to-day. The present world situation, he said, was a challenge to the Church. Within
09 February 1940 - Central Somerset Gazette - Wells, Somerset, England