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BAD NEWS FOR A TOWN.

BAD NEWS FOR A TOWN.

G.W.R. Workers at Swindon Put on a Three-day Week. Consternation was caused at Swindon last week by the official announcement that the Great Western Railway works are going on 3-day week. Nearly 11,000 men, most of whom arc married, are affected.
06 November 1926 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
THE LATE MRS. E. J. VOKES.

THE LATE MRS. E. J. VOKES.

Interment at the Abbey Cemetery. The news will be received with great regret by many in the city of the sudden death Mrs. Yokes, widow of Mr. E. J. Yokes, who, esteemed churchwarden for many years at the Abbey Church, died in July. 1024. Mrs. has been residing Weybridge, Surrey.
06 November 1926 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
to neg.ct then,, ,« matters worse. > r J. r prompt relief from is- 0. and soreness. Ba«« » tins

to neg.ct then,, ,« matters worse. > r J. r prompt relief from is- 0. and soreness. Ba«« » tins

(three times the Chemists.
06 November 1926 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
AVON NAVIGATION

AVON NAVIGATION

EFFECT OF PROPOSED ABANDON* LOCAL COUNCILS' ' At Tuesday's meeting of the ( ' Rural Dktrict Council the Clerk G. Whittuek) read notification Great Western Railway Comply Jj> effect that they had applied sster of Transport for a warrant the abandonment of the R e Avon Canal and n
06 November 1926 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
OUR WEEKLY RAMBLE.

OUR WEEKLY RAMBLE.

A Wayward Beauty, Of all the many Alpine plants that figure in English rockery gardens none probably is more capricious in the bestowal of its favours than that king of the gentian family, Gentiana Acaulis. Indeed, there seems something almost wilful in the inexplicable variabil
06 November 1926 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
FLYING OVER THE WORLD.

FLYING OVER THE WORLD.

Sir Alan Gobham's Lecture at Bristol. I have never been up in an aeroplane yet, but I am hoping some day to have the opportunity," the Lord Mayor Bristol, who presided the Colston Hall on Saturday night, when Sir Alan J. Cobhain lectured on his air trip to Australia and back. "S
06 November 1926 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
FINANCIAL ANXIETY.

FINANCIAL ANXIETY.

"EVEALS DIFFICULT SITUATION. K].P°eitio - res the v Mark's parish was %4t Vicar - - w wk ,° f * Thursday afterfit °*» Markot in the Day ° general * s honorary, N 'Vj (Mr - Parr as well as \r ad weeks of anxiety the Sp ctin the financial posi- > ?, ari f L h - during the past to
06 November 1926 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
"He, that «i| hardeneth his t troved, and that words of wisdom are brought to ttt using tho new road

"He, that «i| hardeneth his t troved, and that words of wisdom are brought to ttt using tho new road

, port, where » r t-n lords: "You J XXIX—L.
06 November 1926 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH POSTAL VETERAN.

BATH POSTAL VETERAN.

Funeral of Mr. O. F. Cass. St. Paul's Church on Thursday, Preb. R. W. Windsor, a former Vicar, was present to conduct the funeral service of tUe late Mr. Owen Fell Cass, 16, Crescent Gardensfi whose death has occurred ;at the age of 79 years. Deceased was an old and esteemed off
06 November 1926 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
PUNGH ARTIST.

PUNGH ARTIST.

Fined for Motoring Melksham- Colonel George well-known "Punch" artist Easton House, Corsha" t °' J Melksham Sessions on 1< f-h exhibiting an extreme t car, at Melksham, on y | The omission was 9? Palmer, who gave cvid offence. Col. Armour said tha fc occasion, in Shrewsbury. sto
06 November 1926 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England