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THREE STRAIGHT FIGHTS

THREE STRAIGHT FIGHTS

BATH ELECTION OFFICERS FOR MONDAY The arrangements for the three Bath municipal elections on Monday are now completed. The candidates are: Lyncombe Ward —Mrs. Beatrice Laugharne Philipps Devenish, of Bathampton (sitting member), and Mr. Edgar Lionel Knjtt, of Bloomfield Avenue,
30 October 1937 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
A Somerset Sunset

A Somerset Sunset

North Somerset shared in the generally observed glories of the sunset on Tuesday evening. The western sky was spangled with white cloud. When the sun had descended below the horizon the fleecy clouds, which stretched like a canopy of plumes across the sky changed to a darker hue
30 October 1937 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH CLUBS' CRIBBAGE LEAGUE

BATH CLUBS' CRIBBAGE LEAGUE

LEAGUE TABLE P. W. D. L. F. A.Pts Garricks Head 'A' 8 6 0 2 88 72 12 Salisbury Club .. 8 5 1 2 91 69 11 Dolphin Sports .. 8 5 1 2 86 74 11 Hayward &W. .. 8 3 1 85 75 11 Twerton Lib 8 5 1 2 82 78 11 Ascension Club ..8 1 3 85 75 9 Charmbury Arms 8 4 1 3 80 80 9 Larkhall Lib 8 2 4
30 October 1937 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH LIBERALS' DANCE

BATH LIBERALS' DANCE

A dance was held at the Forum Ballroom, Bath, arranged by the Bath Liberal Association, at which a good number were present. Dancing was from 8 p.m. till 12 midnight, with Dorothy Hunt and her Boys providing modern and old-time tunes, a feature of the evening being the Barn Danc
30 October 1937 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MASONIC CEREMONY

MASONIC CEREMONY

Prince George's Trowbridge Visit On July 19th. Thursday, July 19th, will be a great and memorable day for Trowbridge. On that day thousand Freemasons from various parts of the country, including strong representation from Bath will assemble in the town to welcome Prince George,
09 June 1934 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
WILTS COLONEL KNIGHTED. —Lt.- 001. G. R. Blake, who receives a Knighthood in the Birthday Honours list, for his public

WILTS COLONEL KNIGHTED. —Lt.- 001. G. R. Blake, who receives a Knighthood in the Birthday Honours list, for his public

and political services, the first Trowbridge man thus honoured since the days of Queen Victoria. His distinction has been well won and has given immense satisfaction throughout West Wilts. Col. Blake has many friends in Bath, where is well known.
09 June 1934 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
THIS WEEK'S BAND

THIS WEEK'S BAND

Large Attendance at Bath Sunday Concert At the concert by the band of the King's Own Royal Regiment on Sunday evening in the Parade Gardens, every chair was occupied. The visiting band this week is that of the King's Own Royal Regiment. Their conductor, Mr. A. T. S. Chandler, po
09 June 1934 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
A commission in the 43rd - Pvoval Engineers has been granted to Mr. S.M. Lovell, who ia a surveyor t«.

A commission in the 43rd - Pvoval Engineers has been granted to Mr. S.M. Lovell, who ia a surveyor t«.

the Somerset County Council for the Flax Wourton district. Mr. Lovell, who lives Chedden, will be attached the 205 th Field Co. at Weston-super-Mare.
09 June 1934 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SHAKESPEAREANS' RECORD YEAR

SHAKESPEAREANS' RECORD YEAR

GREAT ACHIEVEMENTS REVIEWED Mr. F. G. Hamilton presided over fair attendance at the annual meeting of the Bath branch of the British Empire Shakespeare Society at their club, St. James's Parade. The chairman, in presenting the secretary's report, said the past year had been a re
09 June 1934 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
NOTES BY THE WAY.

NOTES BY THE WAY.

Friend of Johnson and Burke Few people walking down Walcot Street are aware of their close proximity to the spot where lie the remains of Fanny Burney. She and her son lie ih the old cemetery opposite Walcot Church. Above the vault is a stone which is sadly in need of cleaning a
09 June 1934 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England