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THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

Barcol. Cattle. Thursday.—Moderate supply beef: Best Qualities 665. Secondary cwt., thousand store. Cattle trade dull, all not sold, even reduced rates. Average show of sheep: Light shorn wethers TJd. to 7|d.: Heavy, 7Jd,; Esses, to 6Jd. Lamb, lOd. to 104 d. per lb. Eight hundre
08 May 1902 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
WESTON ALL SAINTS' CRICKET CLUB.

WESTON ALL SAINTS' CRICKET CLUB.

The annual meeting of the above Club was held the Church Room Friday evening, the President. Mr. V. M- Moore, occupying the chair. The Secretary presented bi> report, which was considered satisfactory. and also reported substantial balance hand. Mr. Moore again very kindly place
08 May 1902 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
After' dinner take on of Carter's" Little Liver Pills, and you will be free from sour rising of food from

After' dinner take on of Carter's" Little Liver Pills, and you will be free from sour rising of food from

the stomach, is. lj-d. But sure they are Carter's, begin tins week an„ interesting Series Articles from the competent pen of Mr. H. Shelley, entitles " PHOTOGEAPU3C GOSSIP."' (Sea p. -6.,
08 May 1902 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
ROYAL SCHOOL FOR OFFICERS' DAUGHTERS.

ROYAL SCHOOL FOR OFFICERS' DAUGHTERS.

The Duke Cambridge presided at the annual meeting of the Royal School for the Daughters Officers the Army, Thursday the Royal United Service Institution. His Royal Highness, attended Admiral FilzGeorge, was accompanied by Earl Roberts (the Commanderin-Chief', the Duchess of Some
08 May 1902 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH ARCHERS

BATH ARCHERS

The first target meeting of the season took place Monday. In consequence of the high wind the shooting was not as good usual. A prize presented by the committee was won by Kisfl C. Pcdder. Score. Hits.Golds. Mr-. Pontifex 36 — Mrs. Aubrey 31. — Miss 0. Pedder 94 Mrs. 2 Mrs. Will
08 May 1902 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
AMATEUR LADIES' CONCERT

AMATEUR LADIES' CONCERT

A most excellent programme of music was performed by the Western Ladies' String Orchestra the Assembly Rooms on Thursday, afternoon, before very fair audience, who greatly appreciated the most able and skilful execution of the ladies composing orchestra. The performance of the o
08 May 1902 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
ANY MAKE SEWING MACHINES MANGLES, WRINGERS, AND WASHING MACHINES, LOWEST CASH PRICES OR BY GRADUAL PAYMENTS. THE SEWING MACHINE EXCHANGE,

ANY MAKE SEWING MACHINES MANGLES, WRINGERS, AND WASHING MACHINES, LOWEST CASH PRICES OR BY GRADUAL PAYMENTS. THE SEWING MACHINE EXCHANGE,

38, BROAD STR3ET, BATH. WEAVER & SON, Proprietors. HOMOEOPATHY. HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINES IN EVERY VARIETY AND FORM. A LL the Standard and -TA. WORKS, together witfe every Requisite connected with the Homoeopathic Treatment. ARTHUR R. NEAVE, SUCCESSOR EDMUND CAPPEE. HOMCEOPATHIC CH
08 May 1902 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LESSONS SHORTHAND or TYPEWRIT ; individual instruction. Testimonial-, authors' manuscripts, estimates, etc., carefully typewritten; prompt attention to orders by post.—Miss

LESSONS SHORTHAND or TYPEWRIT ; individual instruction. Testimonial-, authors' manuscripts, estimates, etc., carefully typewritten; prompt attention to orders by post.—Miss

Baker; I*, Winchester-road, Oldfield Park, Batb. _____ MANDOLINE, GUITAR, BANJO LESSONS. MISS COCKSEDGE (Member 1.5.M.), TEACHER OF PIANOFORTE.—9, Georgestreet. YOUNG GENTLEWOMAN (Senior Oxford) seeks resident non-resident post. Mathematics, Latin. French. Drawing (First Hons.),
08 May 1902 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MARROW JAMS.

MARROW JAMS.

During the nest six weeks the marrow will be full season, and it really too precious to wasted. The housekeeper should lay hands on all that she can procure, and, having peeled and seeded them, should boil them down for pulp. In pre-war days an equal weight of sugar was allowed,
30 August 1919 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SOMERSET CRICKET AVERAGES.

SOMERSET CRICKET AVERAGES.

J. C. WHITE'S FINE BOWLING RECORD Somerset had much better season than any their supporters could have expected, and on this year's method of scoring they hold high ]>osition in the championship table. The feature of the side's cricket was the bowling Mr. J. C. " hite and the ve
30 August 1919 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England