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Protect Your Kidneys RHEUMATISM sciatica and lumbago, as well as backache, dizzy attacks and urinary disorders, arise from weak or

Protect Your Kidneys RHEUMATISM sciatica and lumbago, as well as backache, dizzy attacks and urinary disorders, arise from weak or

defective kidney action. Each day adds to the poisons in the blood and these will not dispersed until the kidney* are strong once again. Get back your health and activity by taking Doans Backache Kidney Pills, now. This special kidney tonio has brought ease and comfort to thousa
03 December 1932 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MORE BATH BIRTHS

MORE BATH BIRTHS

BUT DEATHS THIS YEAR OUTNUMBER THEM Bath's birth-rate for the past quarter shows an increase. The report of the Medical Officer of Health (Dr. J. F. Blackett) which covers 13 weeks up to July 3rd, states that the births at Bath in this period numbered 233, compared with 221 in t
24 July 1937 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
WALCOT ACCIDENT

WALCOT ACCIDENT

Venerable Resident Knocked Down by Tramcar Mrs. Caroline Butler, aged 87, 15, London Place, Walcot Street, Bath, was knocked down a tramcar as she was crossing the road near the bottom of Snow Hill on Friday. At the Royal United Hospital, to which she was removed in the ambulanc
24 July 1937 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
GOING ABROAD ON MONDAY

GOING ABROAD ON MONDAY

Naval Officer to Pay Bath Fine First Before he sails from Portsmouth for Malta on Monday, Gerald Thomas Foley, an officer on H.M.S. Cyclops, will be paying a bill of 10s. incurred through a motoring offence on June 13th. P.C. Brooksbank had occasion to stop him while he was moto
24 July 1937 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
WENT TO BED

WENT TO BED

Motor-Cyclist Who Left Machine Unlighted in Street A fine of 10s. was imposed on Hartley Cooper, of Norfolk Crescent, at Bath Police Court ort Tuesday for leaving an unlighted motor cycle combination in Norfolk Crescent on June 25th. It was stated that when a constable called he
24 July 1937 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
NO LOCK, NO RENT!

NO LOCK, NO RENT!

When an application was made at Marlborough on Monday for possession of a cottage in High Street, Ramsbury, the defendant, Mrs. Tom Barnard, said she had held back her rent because there was no lock on the front door. There had been no lock on the back door for two years and non
24 July 1937 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
More Pay For Tram And Busmen

More Pay For Tram And Busmen

IN BATH AND WILTS WHAT NEGOTIATORS HAVE BORNE IN MIND TRAMS TO GO SOON Tram and busmen in Bath and busmen in Wiltshire are to receive considerable increases in their rates of pay as the outcome of negotiations which have been taking place between the officials of the men's organ
24 July 1937 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
INCREASED MEMBERSHIP

INCREASED MEMBERSHIP

Bath and Wells District Oddfellows The half-yearly meeting of the Bath and Wells District Manchester Unity of Odd Fellows was held at Wells on Saturday, by invitation of the Loyal Prince Albert Lodge. The Prov. G.M., Bro. T. J. Ford (Cheddar) presided, supported by his Deputy Pr
24 July 1937 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
OLD SOLDIER'S DEATH Passing Mr. A. J. Dunscombe of Bath Mr. Arthur J. Dunscombe who served in the Great War

OLD SOLDIER'S DEATH Passing Mr. A. J. Dunscombe of Bath Mr. Arthur J. Dunscombe who served in the Great War

as a bombardier in the Royal Field Artillery, died on Sunday at the home of his brother-in-law at 25, Regent Terrace, Widcombe, Bath. He was 66 years of age. In recent years Mr. Dunscombe had been a familiar figure on the Bath Rugby football and cricket grounds, and many may rem
24 July 1937 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH BILLIARDS LEAGUE

BATH BILLIARDS LEAGUE

HIGH STANDARD OF GAME IN DISTRICT NEW RULES ADOPTED The important part played by the Bath Billiards League in improving the standard of billiards and snookei in the district was stressed in a report submitted at the annual general meeting of the League on Monday evening. This to
24 July 1937 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England