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WOMEN’S INSTITUTE.

WOMEN’S INSTITUTE.

The monthly meeting of the Women’s Institute was held at the Schools, Evercreeoh, under the presidency of Mrs. Rowe. A very interesting demonstration, and instruction was given Thirft Slippers,” by Miss Patmore. Competitions were approved for pair of hand-knitted socks. Miss M.
05 October 1945 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
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05 October 1945 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
derations j of Fortunately counties* numbers are still able to enjoy that special alleviation of pain brought by the use

derations j of Fortunately counties* numbers are still able to enjoy that special alleviation of pain brought by the use

of ■' A Always relied on every- where by sufferers from RHEUMATISM, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA, V STIFFNESS, ETC. ELL I MAN’S is now MORE PRECIOUS THAN EVER V so please use it sparingly. ELLIMAN’S UNIVERS. VICK” breaks up thi INSIDE**; . Chut throat and Tha soothing medicinal vapours are
05 October 1945 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
ALBATROSS

ALBATROSS

SELF-RAISING FLOUR
05 October 1945 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
DEATH OF MR. A. J. PIKE

DEATH OF MR. A. J. PIKE

The death occurred Sunday, September -3rd, Albert John Pike, of Chilcompton, at the age 30 years. The funeral took piece at the parish church. Downside, end the vicar, the Rev. L. E. Greenway, officiated. The mourners were : Mrs. Pike, widow ; Mr, A. Pike, son ; Mrs. E. Pike, mo
05 October 1945 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
Minced raw meat in batter was always a favourite, now we use any left over bits of meat may have.

Minced raw meat in batter was always a favourite, now we use any left over bits of meat may have.

It is quite good especially if the gravy is well flavoured. oz. ALBATROSS Self-Rmiting Flour Pinch salt 2 tablcspoonsful of dried egg pint milk and water 1 dessertspoonful chopped parsley 1 cupful of chopped cooked pint nice brown gravy Sieve the dry i-riredients and stir, then
05 October 1945 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
JBiSS PHULIPS > SONS. Lid., CLEARANCE SALE OF 1,000 CARPETS • RUGS.

JBiSS PHULIPS > SONS. Lid., CLEARANCE SALE OF 1,000 CARPETS • RUGS.

NEW & SECOND-HAND. STOCK MUST BE REDUCED.
28 January 1916 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
ACCORDING TO THE GERMANS.

ACCORDING TO THE GERMANS.

The following official communique was issued in Berlin Monday There has been vigorous artillery and aerial activity on both sides. Enemy squadrons bombarded Metz. One bomb hit the Bishop’s Palace, another landed in the yard of the hospital ; two civilians were killed and eight w
28 January 1916 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
Edwin HENLEY’S winter SALE The Genuineness of our Sale is too well known to need emphasising. Every Item is Guaranteed

Edwin HENLEY’S winter SALE The Genuineness of our Sale is too well known to need emphasising. Every Item is Guaranteed

a GENUINE BARGAIN At BLOUSES, LADIES’ COSTUMES, COATS, DRESS MATERIALS & MILLINERY CLEARED AT HALF-PRICE. SALE. At HENLEY’S,
28 January 1916 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
FARMERS AND STARRING.

FARMERS AND STARRING.

House of Lords on Wednesday, Lord Selborne, speaking the position of farmers, said they were not starred because they were employers labour. It was obvious that every farm must have some competent man to manage it, and therefore Lord Kitchener and himself were arranging a form w
28 January 1916 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England