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ASSEMBLY ROOMS RESTORATION

ASSEMBLY ROOMS RESTORATION

"NONE OF US LIKELY TO SEE IT" Bath Spa Committee is afraid that the City Council restores the Card Room of the Assemb'y Rooms for use for public function*, will, when put into use, draw trade from the Pump Room, the Pavilion and the Octagc»n. Aid A. W. S. Berry (chairman of the
09 December 1950 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
FORMER MAYORESS OF BATH DIES

FORMER MAYORESS OF BATH DIES

Accident llcr (Council Career Mr*. Helena C< oko. aged Bt'. of Rtannuue, Oldfleld Road. Bath. a loimir Mayoress Bath, and a number Bath City Council for 1.) wars. died her sleep on Monday evening. hi i husband, Cllr. G. T. Cooke, v. Mayor Bath 1912-13. H< very suddenly while tak
09 December 1950 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bath White Week-End Surprise

Bath White Week-End Surprise

inches was the ofticia ligure—fell Bath during Saturday night A further half-inch fall was recorded during Sunday night, and 'aere were flurries again around breakfast time cn Monday. The snow —the first since April wnen a small amount was recorded came as a surprise. The snow r
09 December 1950 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH BUILDER BEREAVED

BATH BUILDER BEREAVED

I Death Mr. W. Noad Mr. William Nond. of Charl! ••ombe View Road, Fairfield Park. I Hath, who died on Tuesday, aged 1 79, was the father of Mr. IT. T. ' ;,d. proprietor of Bros., ouilder.s. of Morford Street. Bath. Until he was 77 he was engaged various engineering works in 1 Ba
09 December 1950 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
GOLF

GOLF

Bath Club's Monthly Medal There were 21 entries for Bath I Golf Club's monthly medal Leading 1 returns ... „ Gross Heap Nett Perrett 72 Tillett B'» 12 E Ptlkin<ctori .... 75 C Ridley 81 75 Col Lyster Taylor ..87 12 ! R Hayes 10 77 R Harvey 13 A Rhodes 16 K C Moore 83 4 Saturday'
09 December 1950 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
DRIVERS PAID MORE THAN MECHANICS

DRIVERS PAID MORE THAN MECHANICS

City Council Correct Anomaly Workmen employed by Bath City Council had their pay increased ss. (id. a week Irom Dec. 1. following a recent wage decision the National Joint Council. Members of the counc were told on Tuesday that the effect of this would be to increase the expendi
09 December 1950 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Late Mrs. F. M. Sutherland

Late Mrs. F. M. Sutherland

Mr* M Sutherland, 159. Newbridge Hill. Bath, and mother Dr Alister Sutherland, whose death was announced Friday, was buried in Scotland Tuesday She was the widow of the Rev. A Sutherland, of athconon. Scotland, who died in A memorial service was held Trinity Presbyterian Church,
09 December 1950 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH SURGEON ON LOSS OF FREEDOM

BATH SURGEON ON LOSS OF FREEDOM

BATH SURGEON LOSS OF FREEDOM "The (eneriil f« cling in th< medical prof»vion 15 that great basic mistake wa# made when the Heath Servne was put into opera it* entirety on one day," declared dir. C. K Kinder*.ey, well-known when addressed 1« Bath Rotary Club at the weekiy luncheon
09 December 1950 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
WAS BATH 'MOUNTY* Death of Mr. F. A. Hawkins Batheaston One of the original members Bath Mounted Police Force, and

WAS BATH 'MOUNTY* Death of Mr. F. A. Hawkins Batheaston One of the original members Bath Mounted Police Force, and

formerly well known as a police i constable in the city, Mr. Frederick Arthur Hawkins, Mount View. London Road. Batheaston, died on Sunday. He was 72. After his retirement about years ago, Mr. Hawkins did private inquiry work and was also the tipstaff at Bath Quarter Sessions. s
01 July 1950 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
NEIGHBOUR GOT IN WINDOW

NEIGHBOUR GOT IN WINDOW

Found Balli Ex-Tearher W >en friends, who believed unwell, called on Miss Alice Louise Flowers <C 0), retired schoolteacher, 8. Cork Terrace, Bath, on Sunday afternoon, they could get reply. Mr. Frank Oat ley, who has furnished rooms in the house door, forced entry through a bac
01 July 1950 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England