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A GOOD TIME COMING

A GOOD TIME COMING

26 March 1932 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
TRUSSES Made to Measure and carefully fitted. CELLULOID BATHING TRUSSES ELASTIC BAND TRUSSES LADIES* ATTENDANT EDWIN HANCOCK & CO. (Founded

TRUSSES Made to Measure and carefully fitted. CELLULOID BATHING TRUSSES ELASTIC BAND TRUSSES LADIES* ATTENDANT EDWIN HANCOCK & CO. (Founded

1837) Surgical Instrument Makers, 31 Broad Street, Bath (Opposite King Edward's School) Telephone No. 3133.
26 March 1932 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
PUBLIC NOTICE* TO-DAY, 26th. at 3 and 8, at THE PAVILION. Prices: 5/-; 3/8; 2/6 and 1/3. ALBERT SAMMONS ENGLAND'S

PUBLIC NOTICE* TO-DAY, 26th. at 3 and 8, at THE PAVILION. Prices: 5/-; 3/8; 2/6 and 1/3. ALBERT SAMMONS ENGLAND'S

GREATEST VIOLINIST ■will play the Mendelssohn Concerto, and Solo Groups. TO-DA?, 4.30 6.30— 8 to 12— TEA DANCE PUMP ROOM The PUMP ROOM. Tickets 2/6 (including SUPPER DANCE lca Tickets 5/-. THE PAVILION TO-MORROW. SUNDAY, at 8.15. Prices 1/3 and 7d. SPECIAL EASTER CONCERT LOUIE Y
26 March 1932 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The Mayor's Robe

The Mayor's Robe

who RepBif Can you mend » s** If robe-repairing g0 jjj your big chance to The Bath for " renovation • -fy Robe." no*. The invitation does nature the " es » the purple robe shoulders! Aia Although »'» o V the person of Col the ld perhaps the purple \ , and confine the the Mayor t
03 November 1934 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Amongst those sailing were Major A- Terrace, Bath. which ha? been

Amongst those sailing were Major A- Terrace, Bath. which ha? been

03 November 1934 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
THE RATES-AND WHAT WE GET FOR THEM

THE RATES-AND WHAT WE GET FOR THEM

Demand ° l the Bath City Morgan) is the statement, which £ * I showing how Oct- the half-year comnien j^i ""it -t S out required to meet the principal services, specific Government expenses the a** My without allocation of the Government Local Government f being in aid local g t
03 November 1934 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
OPENING A NEW SEASON.

OPENING A NEW SEASON.

Bath Commercial Travellers' Plans. At committee meeting of tho Bath Commercial Travellers' Association the Angel Hotel on Saturday the President (Mr. H. J. Pickwick) presided, and the first social event of the autumn season, whist drive, supper and dance, was arranged to take pl
07 September 1929 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH HORSE SHOW.

BATH HORSE SHOW.

07 September 1929 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MR. W. E. MALLETT

MR. W. E. MALLETT

***** a Great-Hearted Bath Citizen **IS WORK FOR HOSPITALS »ous Business Which Caters for Royalty ?, we have death Tuesda at V ' Wood, Widcombo JSt, ' . Mr. Walter Ellis J recently head of the Mallett and Son> and silversmiths 0 antique furniture, of New C*'* ft and the Octagon
07 September 1929 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
'GAD'S HILL GAZETTE'

'GAD'S HILL GAZETTE'

HOW CHARLES FAMILY RAN A * THEIR SUMMER An amazing story J "Gad's Hill Gazette," V family of Charles Dickens, » / Henry Dickens, K.C., its "sole proprietor, publisher," in the current j "Dickensian." '6 I He tells how the four Hill, to beguile the tin*^J . ing well in one ot '.
07 September 1929 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England