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Waste Paper,

Waste Paper,

NEWSPAPERS. PERIODICA IS, MAUAZINES, It( )1 And all Descriptions of Win be perebased secord...4 . at the " II Elt OFFR'ES LANGPORT, ttl s III) .‘.0.1k• .1 11, lakipert Rural District Cc,uncil To Collect in the Laugport Union. Mixed OMee and Private House Waste, etc. - - Per cwt
09 March 1918 - Langport & Somerton Herald - Langport, Somerset, England
 
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09 March 1918 - Langport & Somerton Herald - Langport, Somerset, England
 
14IERMANS INVENr NEW NI4YrS

14IERMANS INVENr NEW NI4YrS

IN IMITAIN thr..4l k rh the .4 lb. t;.-rnuin IN.yrreau...ll4 .‘no.terilam that 14-linsary Slicer %A. a AI aral Enola soil that many el. .t• plow. • barb .-aisard partly by ilor aril. is .4 fond and partly by thr 00l a •.. manifin4nl •st h par prod. r so Sr... land. In la Oh and
09 March 1918 - Langport & Somerton Herald - Langport, Somerset, England
 
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&ABM. d UMW doodiros hob mai Is assoapdd Os am d dolor. Me plod. drop kr Imam • Si. ••- dr N. sirs Ole ea ode h Moroolds eel Red IllsW•r. al b. aft lor- - 114 lb. S. .1 *• • hoorallip. 1. lolissul sib al no Imo Logic 114446•11. Asseart.—elialmi pligilimi I, IL Ilkoss I isill eiss
09 March 1918 - Langport & Somerton Herald - Langport, Somerset, England
 
LONG BUTTON AND BUM EPIBOOPI, Bouzassr. Attrective and very desirable Freehold Invegmente, - comprising e most substantial and plemsantly. situated

LONG BUTTON AND BUM EPIBOOPI, Bouzassr. Attrective and very desirable Freehold Invegmente, - comprising e most substantial and plemsantly. situated

Night-room Dwelling House, witb ample Outbuildings, and about oil acres of my Arable and Orchard Land. To be SOLD by AUCTION, by Atiß. KNIGHT, at the Atuts Hem, laniport, on llloaner neat, Jas. It six o'clock in tbe evening, subject to °seditious tbes end to be reed, ike widertn
04 January 1879 - Langport & Somerton Herald - Langport, Somerset, England
 
(By Electric Telegraph) Y =DAY (Friday), 1-20 r.m. EXPLOSION ON BOARD H.M.S. THUNDERER, EIGHT MEN KILLED.

(By Electric Telegraph) Y =DAY (Friday), 1-20 r.m. EXPLOSION ON BOARD H.M.S. THUNDERER, EIGHT MEN KILLED.

(By Telegraph) Y =DAY (Friday), 1-20 r.m. EXPLOSION ON BOARD H.M.S. THUNDERER, EIGHT MEN KILLED. The Admiralty have this morning received a telegram from Admiral Hornby, confirming the news respecting the explosion of a thirtyeight-ton I.un on board Her Majesty's ship Thunderer.
04 January 1879 - Langport & Somerton Herald - Langport, Somerset, England
 
THE COST OF LIVING IN CYPILIIII.

THE COST OF LIVING IN CYPILIIII.

THE COST OF LIVING IN Me leap entetbss $ Wee to Osier lenshe • Mat whisk es ths lonsolee 'tires. IN• me as se amnion I—sash the penal state el wads sada the ; eseenessay penny le gonad to the enisanal &Ida% and the whole an - may dlethend 'nog to the ~,p al the pion el We el late
04 January 1879 - Langport & Somerton Herald - Langport, Somerset, England
 
TEI ILICTP.IC LIGHT.

TEI ILICTP.IC LIGHT.

Is with Um Light T. Vases has pia. Whig two : /314—When we bare a bassi yews •suranser we deem* la at heat sad Aka peaks et the =3.c4 seta was aressisd he fersider that ide else with wad. each be awl gas beck la the remote past is neter the et which is sesepased. Haws wantries s
04 January 1879 - Langport & Somerton Herald - Langport, Somerset, England
 
SIGNATURE OF THE RUSSO•TURKISH

SIGNATURE OF THE RUSSO•TURKISH

_ TREATY OF PEACE The Treaty of Peace with Turkey was signed on Saturday evening (Bth). The Council oocupled all day oonsidering it. General Labanoff and his secretary were in attendance on the Grand Vizier. Shortly after sunset the Treaty was sent to the Sultan, and in three ho
15 February 1879 - Langport & Somerton Herald - Langport, Somerset, England
 
5-20 rat. RETURN OF SIR H. LAYARD.

5-20 rat. RETURN OF SIR H. LAYARD.

We learn from the Foreign Office that Sir H. Layard left Constantinople to-day en route for England. His health has somewhat improved He returns to Constantinople at the latter end of next month. Lord Dufferin leaves London on Wednesday next to assume the Ambassadorship, and Lor
15 February 1879 - Langport & Somerton Herald - Langport, Somerset, England