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German Canvas Needlework

German Canvas Needlework

in great variety. , . , . ■RncVcts Fender Stools, TeaCoseys, Footstools, sc. „ worked with wool, assorted patterns , tsrai Keis, eunc, , Canvas Slipper., worsen wim , with wool ds. very large Stock of Yarns, IN BALLS & HANKS. Th. Victoria Yam. ?i? yCliD Y Ci. And many others. .
25 November 1887 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY.

MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY.

THE Seventh Meeting will hold the Geouge Hotel Assembly Room, on TULbJJAI NEXT, November 29th, ISB7, when W. A. » Al< FORD, Esq., .1.P.. D.L., of Nynohead Court, will give an ADDRESS on Mendip Caverns ; what they arc, and what found im them The Chair •will taken at o’clock, Sm R
25 November 1887 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
PYLLE CONCERTS.

PYLLE CONCERTS.

TWO CONCERTS for the benefit of the Choir will given at Pylle, on the 15tb and 16tn DECEMBER, ISS7, by permission of Edmund Cary, Esq. MADAME ROSA BAILEY and others, have’ promised to assist. Tickets of Mr. John Pearce, West Bradley.
25 November 1887 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
SPECTACLES V. BLINDNESS. Henry Lauraace’s Improved Spectacles 44, Hatton Garden, London. The highest Medical Authorities, confirmed by daily experience, prove

SPECTACLES V. BLINDNESS. Henry Lauraace’s Improved Spectacles 44, Hatton Garden, London. The highest Medical Authorities, confirmed by daily experience, prove

that cemmon and imperfect glasses are the frequent cause of impaired vision, and in many cases ruined sight and blindness. HENBT LAURANCE’S IMPB.OVEI SPECTACLES Are scientifically adapted to the different defects vision, and are a boon to those requiring optical assistance. Extr
25 November 1887 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
THE SHEPTON MALLET JOURNAL— FRIDAY FEBRUARY 28 1873 corn I don't care outlandish locality the may have settled whom Mr

THE SHEPTON MALLET JOURNAL— FRIDAY FEBRUARY 28 1873 corn I don't care outlandish locality the may have settled whom Mr

quotes follows This country is a humbug especially for poor Fuel very high so good farmers burn (maize or Indian American parlance corn never means wheat as in England) This man if he only holds on farm will course of little time realise a handsome price for it for the reason Io
28 February 1873 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
REGISTERED TRANSMISSION ABROAD ADVERTISER No 824 Sixteenth Year of Publication PRICK ONE PENNY FRIDAY 10 1873 TO ADVERTISERS THE SHEPTON

REGISTERED TRANSMISSION ABROAD ADVERTISER No 824 Sixteenth Year of Publication PRICK ONE PENNY FRIDAY 10 1873 TO ADVERTISERS THE SHEPTON

MALLET JOURNAL publishes the possible Btyle at rates THE SHEPTON MALLET JOURNAL circulates widelv the Mid Divisions of Somersetshire— Office : Mr A Byrt’s High Street Shepton Mallet THE SHEPTON MALLET JOURNAL an advertising medium for the Trading Agricultural Communities the dis
10 January 1873 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
COUNTY No i Sixteenth Publication FRIDAY DECEMBER 5 1873 PRICE ONE PENNY TO ADVERTISERS miE SHEPTON MALLET JOURNAL cir-I nlates

COUNTY No i Sixteenth Publication FRIDAY DECEMBER 5 1873 PRICE ONE PENNY TO ADVERTISERS miE SHEPTON MALLET JOURNAL cir-I nlates

widely the Somersetshire Office : Mr A Byrt’s High Street Mallet THE SHEPTON MALLET JOURNAL con-tains all the late PROVINCIAL CATTLE MARKETS by TELEGRAPH THE SHEPTON pub-lishes advertisements in the best possible style moderate rates The excellent medium for the Trading Agricult
05 December 1873 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
THE SHEPTON MALLET JOURNAL— FRIDAY 24 1873 THE BARNSTAPLE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS Biron delivered election on Saturday i three respondents unseated

THE SHEPTON MALLET JOURNAL— FRIDAY 24 1873 THE BARNSTAPLE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS Biron delivered election on Saturday i three respondents unseated

for their agents dismissed of personal bribery The recriminatory charges the petitioners were not proved The costs of court to by rates but costs with two trifling exceptions the respondents Mr Brassweller takes one seat scrutiny will decide the other DR LIVINGSTONE In some Fore
24 January 1873 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
THE SHEPTON JOURNAL— FRIDAY AUGUST 15 1873 Mallet Friday— Wheat to l J 38 Beef Od to 6s 2d 81b

THE SHEPTON JOURNAL— FRIDAY AUGUST 15 1873 Mallet Friday— Wheat to l J 38 Beef Od to 6s 2d 81b

mat 8d to6 Od Od to 8d pork 8d to fla lamb 6 2d to 6 4d per qr Saturday— to 64 barley 36 to oat 22 to 30 bean to 48a peas 36 to 45a ire 30 to 38 per qr Floor 44 to sack Bread gallon very small aapply wheat harvest having com- n- -1- uciuwui xnnv was price before Farmer of Friday
15 August 1873 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
day men at 7s per week who have to lose time in wet weather and only drop of sonr cider

day men at 7s per week who have to lose time in wet weather and only drop of sonr cider

for extra work in haymaking harvest whole families sleeping in one room young men and women sleeping together on of ‘doweyt’ often more bedclothes the they b ive working through the day whole family often coming home about the same time wel all their clothes and without any or f
14 November 1873 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England