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A, ie Let, Furnished, for Tears, , PARSONAGE-HOUSE. ,n .-.bout uvi mMi from to;;.:t»»rwi»b Gar.lcns, ofcjrjrds, aiul Field, confiaing in

the ilojjf four acres half. I rent guineas year ViU-Vriullord will pay tales ft. iVeppaericulars apply (if by and parochial rates. _ letter, poll-paid, to Mr. tl.colTiceof Kiclfrt. Wolleti and Falkner, winc-m rchants, Horfc-ftreet, Math. N. D, Rcfpetflable rofercnces are eipcdte
13 September 1810 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
AFGHANISTAN.

AFGHANISTAN.

A Times Lahore telegram yesterday says that Ayoub's supply of arms is short. News comes from Quetta that many chiefs and portion of the populace are in a state incipient discontent, and that the Sartip having retired Kokeran, Ayoub's suspicions have been aroused. The Ameer is ra
11 August 1881 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
DREADFUL RAILWAY ACCIDENT AT BLACKBURN.

DREADFUL RAILWAY ACCIDENT AT BLACKBURN.

DREADFUL RAILWAY ACCIDENT BLACKBURN. An accident of a most disastrous character happened in the Blackburn Railway Station on Monday afternoon to the express train of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Company, which leaves Manchester at 2.25 p.m., and reaches Blackburn 3.12 p.m., proce
11 August 1881 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
"There was young man in the city, Whose feet were an object of pity. For corns he had got, not

"There was young man in the city, Whose feet were an object of pity. For corns he had got, not

one, but a lot; Allcock's Shields had them out in a giffy," Ali COCK* Corn Plasters are an infallible remedy for Corn. Do not suffer, but invest once in a box, and you won't regret Scarlet Fever Epidemic.—At the meeting of the Metropolitan Asylums' Board, Saturday, Sir E. 11. Cu
11 August 1881 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SUM fey CITY OF BATH. ELIGIBLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY. Messrs. HAWKINS & SON Respectfully announce that they have received instructions TO

SUM fey CITY OF BATH. ELIGIBLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY. Messrs. HAWKINS & SON Respectfully announce that they have received instructions TO

SELL BY AUCTION, At their Rooms, No. 17, OLD BOND STREET, Bath, On FRIDAY, the 26th August. 1881, at Two for Three o'Clock in the Afternoon precisely, subject to such Conditions of Sale as will be then and there produced, THE Following DESIRABLE PROPERTY, Lots :- Lot that conven
11 August 1881 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
THE GREAT READY MONEY DRAPERY AND FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT, Not. 9, 10 & 11, UNION STREET, BATH. NOTICE! this period the

THE GREAT READY MONEY DRAPERY AND FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT, Not. 9, 10 & 11, UNION STREET, BATH. NOTICE! this period the

Year, when Manufacturers and Merchants are closing the Halfyear's Trade, extraordinary lots of Goods are being daily offered to us for CASH, and our Customers will find in most of the Departments that GREAT BARGAINS can be secured. We shaU hold NO SALE nor Advertise any Startlin
11 August 1881 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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