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Went to Cinema to Sleep

Went to Cinema to Sleep

At Bath Quarter Sessions, on Thursday, Frederick Sidney Gore (19), a labourer, pleaded not guilty to being found bv night in the Forum Cinema, Bath, with intent to commit a felony. Gore admitted being on the premises to sleep, and said he ate some bread and biscuits he found the
02 May 1942 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH GETS INTO HER STRIDE

BATH GETS INTO HER STRIDE

"Business as Usual" is the Cry Bath is getting into her stride. Shops are functioning, factories are going full steam ahead, and damaged homes are getting going. Flags are flying—people are buying them to put out. If the front of the shop is blown out, they serve you at the back
02 May 1942 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
ONION POWDER ALL FLOUR

ONION POWDER ALL FLOUR

It was disclosed, in a food prosecution at Bath on Tuesday, that a preparation put on the market as "onion powder" at Bs. per lb. consisted wholly of wheac flour, the price which is 3'.d. per lb. It passed" through the various wholesale channels before it reached a . Bath grocer
02 May 1942 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SAINSBURY Bros. Edgar Buildings, Bath High-Class Wine & Spirit Merchants Phone 3812.

SAINSBURY Bros. Edgar Buildings, Bath High-Class Wine & Spirit Merchants Phone 3812.

02 May 1942 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MARYS* Modistes of 15, MILSOM STREET will be at the service of their clients as soon as circumstances permit. j.

MARYS* Modistes of 15, MILSOM STREET will be at the service of their clients as soon as circumstances permit. j.

A. BLADWELL and Co. BUILDERS' MERCHANTS Showrooms: 28, SOUTHGATE STREET Warehouses: BROAD QUAY and NARROW QUAY Telephone: 2463 NEW DELIVERY—CHILDREN'S REINS and SAFETY PRAM BELTS. SHOPPING BAGS & BASKETS variety. MILITARY BADGES, BROOCHES, etc. AC DIOI/RDUO Suitcase Manufacturer
02 May 1942 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BLACK-OUT TIMES Sat. May 2... 0.18 p.m. to 5.3.S a.nij Sun, May 3... 10.19 p.m. 5.53 ajn. Mon. May 4...

BLACK-OUT TIMES Sat. May 2... 0.18 p.m. to 5.3.S a.nij Sun, May 3... 10.19 p.m. 5.53 ajn. Mon. May 4...

p.m. 5.51 a.m» Tues, May 5 . 10.23 p.m. 5.49 a.»; Wed, May 6 . 10.25 p.m. 5.48 a.m. Thurs, May 7 10.26 p.m. to 5.46 »,m. Pri, May 8 ... 10.28 p.m. Sat, May 9... p.m. 5.41 ML
02 May 1942 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SOMERSETSHIRE. WELLS TURNPIKE ROADS. NOTICE is hereby Given,—That the TOLLS •ruing at the several Toll Gates die Wells Trust, namely,—

SOMERSETSHIRE. WELLS TURNPIKE ROADS. NOTICE is hereby Given,—That the TOLLS •ruing at the several Toll Gates die Wells Trust, namely,—

StMierry Gate, Walton Go/c, Chewton Gate, Street Gate, East Wells Gale, Hartlakt Gate, Old Down Gate, Son!hover, Coxlty Stop Torr Hill Gate, Gate. Duleott or Torr Hill Southover Gate. Stop Gate, Will be LET, at the Town-Hall, in Wells, on Monday, the day of November next, at 12
14 November 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
TO THE/ÜBLIC. THERE is a LARGE of DEVONSHIRE and IRISH now on Sale at 24, BROAD STREET, Barn, ano/every Monday

TO THE/ÜBLIC. THERE is a LARGE of DEVONSHIRE and IRISH now on Sale at 24, BROAD STREET, Barn, ano/every Monday

and Thursday, which must be SOLI) CHEAP for Cash. BELVEDERE WINE CELLARS, BATH, (Established by the late Mr. G. /}HULBERT, 1809.) HENRY PAYNE begs to announce the recent atrival of some extraordinary OLD LIQUEUR SHERRY, shipped to him direct from Xeres de la Frontera. This rate
14 November 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LOCAL MUSICAL EXAMINATIONS

LOCAL MUSICAL EXAMINATIONS

The following alphabetical list of the candidates who were successful in the recent examinntion at the Bath centre of the Associated Board of the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal College of Music, has been supplied by Mr. Harold E. Lansdown, the local non, secretary: SENIOR
08 May 1902 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LORD SALISBURY AT THE ALBERT HALL.

LORD SALISBURY AT THE ALBERT HALL.

The Marquis oi Salisbury was the principal speaker Wednesday ihe Primrose League demonstration in the Albert HalJ. There was a crowded attendance. After some preliminaries, including a speech Earl Howe Chancellor of the League, Lord Salisbury, os the Grand Master, proceeded with
08 May 1902 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England