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"VETERAN" CYCLIST'S FEAT.

"VETERAN" CYCLIST'S FEAT.

Mr. G. H. Carter Beats Bath Club Record. Last Sunday one of the oldest active members the Bath Cycling Club, Mr. G. H. Carter, broke for the second time the existing 25-mile record for the Club. Mr. Carter, who is nearly 39, joined the Club 20 years ago, and has ever since been
21 September 1929 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
ARCHERY AND CROQUET.

ARCHERY AND CROQUET.

Bath Club's Successful Meetings. Bath Croquet Club held a very successful gymkhana on Tuesday afternoon. The ladies' prize, presented by Mis. Raby, was won by Mrs. Mantell, and the prize for gentlemen, presented by Mrs. Mantell, went to Mr. Radclyffe Hall. J The archers held the
21 September 1929 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Mrs. E. Harse, of the Hare and Hounds, Lansdown, who has been in a nursing home recovering from the effects

Mrs. E. Harse, of the Hare and Hounds, Lansdown, who has been in a nursing home recovering from the effects

of attack dog. been advised to leave Bath for a holiday.
21 September 1929 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
THE LATE MR. W. E. MALLETT.

THE LATE MR. W. E. MALLETT.

The following donations in lieu of flowers memory of the late Mr. Walter E Mallett have been received by the Children's Orthopaedic Hospital, Combe Park, Bath (third list) Allen Fruit Depot; the Misses Lemann; Bath and District Gardeners' Sooiety; Mrs. A. L. Hope; Mr. J. g. Levi
21 September 1929 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
"PLAYMAKERS."

"PLAYMAKERS."

Entertaining Party at Bath. entertainment was given on Tuesday evening the Institution Gardens, Bath, by C. Powell-Eastbury and his Playmakers," who continued with a different programme in the Pump Room durmg the remainder of the week. Owing to the restricted space afforded by t
21 September 1929 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
FREE CHURCH NOTES.

FREE CHURCH NOTES.

Mr. S. R. Daniels, prospective Liberal candidate for Bath, has been asked to take part in the series of Scripture readings from the Acts of the Apostles now being given by the 8.8.C. on Sunday afternoons. Mr. Daniels will read the story of St. Paul on Mars' Hill from LO at 5.30
21 September 1929 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
because or its undeviatmg precision '"iiJlllll and absolute reliability in all climates TWO the " Oyster wristlet is great favour-

because or its undeviatmg precision '"iiJlllll and absolute reliability in all climates TWO the " Oyster wristlet is great favour-

f or ite with the " Services. ' Many Naval MEN & WOME^' and Military Officers have expressed their entire satisfaction with the Silver £5.15- behaviour of tha. 'Oyster" under the . 10 G* ' most exacting conditions. Gn»« Luminous dial ***** The ROLEX "OYSTER" WATCH : s WATERPROOF
21 September 1929 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
OLD GOLD WEDDING. Mr. G. J. B. Blacker and Miss V. A. Rowse. Great interest was taken in the wedding,

OLD GOLD WEDDING. Mr. G. J. B. Blacker and Miss V. A. Rowse. Great interest was taken in the wedding,

which took place on Saturday at St. James's Bath, Mr. Godfrey J. B Blacker, only son of Mr. W. J. R. Blacker and the late Mrs. Blacker, of Bath, and Miss Violet Anita Rowse, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. of 24, Broad Street, Bath. The Rev. Wbite (Vicar of St. James's) off
21 September 1929 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
GOWNS for Morning, Afternoon and Evening Wear in the Fashionable Printed Ring Velvets, Chenille Georgettes and Printed Taffetas Silk. Exquisite

GOWNS for Morning, Afternoon and Evening Wear in the Fashionable Printed Ring Velvets, Chenille Georgettes and Printed Taffetas Silk. Exquisite

Multi Colourings From 3_ Guineas. KING'S, Milsom Street, BATH 'Phone 2471.
21 September 1929 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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30 October 1937 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England