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FUNERAL OF MR. W. J. LEWIS.

FUNERAL OF MR. W. J. LEWIS.

The funeral Mr. W. J. Lewis, 109, Lower Oklfield Park, took placo on Thursday at St. James's Cemetery. The Alexandra Park Bowling Club, of which Mr. Lewis was an old member, was represented at the graveside by Mr. W. J. Barber (President), Mr. J. P. Brodie (secretary), Mr. H. ll
08 September 1923 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
OLDFIELD PARK WEDDING.

OLDFIELD PARK WEDDING.

The wedding took place at Ascehsion Church on Saturday, of Miss Oh've Louisa Collins, daughter of Mr. H. W. Collins, of 49, RingWOod Road, Oldfield Park, to Mr. Ernest Burcji, son of the late Mr. George Burch, of 34, Lyndhurst Road, Oldfield Park. The officiating clergyman was f
08 September 1923 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
G.W.R. EXCURSIONS.

G.W.R. EXCURSIONS.

Particulars appear in oqr advertisement columns Jo-day of by,
08 September 1923 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
man who had been arrested in Boston Place, Dorset Square. London, on a charge theft was being conducted by a

man who had been arrested in Boston Place, Dorset Square. London, on a charge theft was being conducted by a

constable to Crawford Place police station when, on reaching a large crowd of people, who were watching burning lorry in Marylebone Road, suddenly wrenched himself free and ought the policeman the ground. The man gripped the back a oassiog taxi and escaped.
08 September 1923 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
POULTRY & EGGS. °f pP.-V- TR Y FOOD is the cheapest and best twice ry F oods cheapest beoaoiee it

POULTRY & EGGS. °f pP.-V- TR Y FOOD is the cheapest and best twice ry F oods cheapest beoaoiee it

goes other r . actually casts less than any no urislir^. p^ietary food—best because it all m n<l all digestible. Look for the about ? trade Mark. Ask your dealers all Ltd. ?o'~A y difficulty write to Uveco Cereals, w ,, lr '- building, Liverpool 28, Ber "0U Loud >n. - PIC S J?.,
08 September 1923 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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03 September 1772 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
B A T H , Wednesday,

B A T H , Wednesday,

Miry 6 For the Master of the Ceremonies, at Gyde's Room, on Friday tlie 15th Inftant, a BALL. — Tickets tobe had at Mr. Wadl's, in Edgars-Buildings ; and at the New Rooms, Gyde's, Book.ellers, and Coft'ee- Houle-r, as ufual. dn tat d h, rt, Earl Denbigh, Lord Mountftewart, Ld. N
07 May 1772 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
ARM-CHAIR MUSINGS

ARM-CHAIR MUSINGS

"Speak to me as to thy thinkings, thou dost ruminate." Preparing for Christmas. does not take the public very long settle down to normality after the political exuberance of a contested Parliamentary election. The excitement of little more than a week ago has given place to cust
15 December 1923 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH DEVONIANS' DANCE.

BATH DEVONIANS' DANCE.

The second of the •season the Bath and District Devonian Society was held on Wednesday evening at the Assembly Booms. About one hundred members and friends enjoyed a most successful evening. Many of the dancers Were in fancy dress. Mr. C. Brian was the very capable M.C.. The ara
15 December 1923 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bath Operatic Society (Dramatic Section), in "If I were King."

Bath Operatic Society (Dramatic Section), in "If I were King."

Bath Operatic Society (Dramatic Section), in " If I were King." The Finale.
15 December 1923 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England