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BATHS COMMITTEE.

BATHS COMMITTEE.

The monthly meeting of this Committee was held on Friday the Guildhall, the Chairman. Aid. R. H. Moore, presiding. Other members present Aid. A. Taylor, Councillors S. W. Bush, T. S. Cotterell. Col. Arnoll Davis, W. F. Gould, J. E. Henshaw, H. T. Hatt, H. W. Matthews, C. H. Seer
24 April 1902 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
THE WAIFS AND STRAYS SOCIETY.

THE WAIFS AND STRAYS SOCIETY.

Under the presidency Major Simpson—who occupied th« chair in the absence of the Mayor - a fairly attended meeting was held at the Guildhall on Wednesday afternoon under the suspices the above society. Those the platfoim were the Revs. Baghot de la Bere, S. Boyd (Rector of Bath),
24 April 1902 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Himrod's Cure for Asthma.—Established over quarter century.—Prescribed the Medical Faculty throughout the world. is used as inhalation, and without any

Himrod's Cure for Asthma.—Established over quarter century.—Prescribed the Medical Faculty throughout the world. is used as inhalation, and without any

after bad effects. Testimonials of efficacy from the late Lord Beaeonsfield, Miss Emily Faithfull, Sir Morell Mackenzie, and Oliver Wendell Holmes. Trial sample free post. In Tins 4s. 3d. British Depot—46, Holborn Viaduct, London; also of Newbury, Barclay, Sanger, Edwards, May,
24 April 1902 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

The weekly meeting of the Board was held on Wednesday at tho Poor Law Offices, Mr. BL. Trickey (vice-chairman) presiding. There were also present: Col. H. BL. Scaly (Batheaston), Mr. J. M. Hibbard (Bathford), Rev. James Dunn, Miss E. Edgecumbe and Mr. E. Stiles (Bathwick), Mr. H
24 April 1902 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS For the Week Ending April 1902. INSTITUTION GARDENS. B»rom. Thex. exposed shade. Cor. Thr. Dry Wet Self-Regis. Eaiu

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS For the Week Ending April 1902. INSTITUTION GARDENS. B»rom. Thex. exposed shade. Cor. Thr. Dry Wet Self-Regis. Eaiu

w - d Edg. Att. B'lb B'lh Mia. Max. in. April 29-915 520 44"0 350 58-9 „ 17 2£>-975 56-8 5»"3 47-1 333 w „ 18 "3 38"2 60-0 WSW „ 19 29-799 54"0 42*2 1 '02 w 20 29-886 57-0 54 "0 52* - 4 '01 SW " 30-026 64-9 5Vd 46*4 58"1 *28 s 22 29-445 56*0 51*0 53"0 60-2 '07 SSW
24 April 1902 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
:F O SAFE MILK. THE BATH & SOMERSETSHIRE DAIRY Co., Ltd. DAIRIES MOST OF THE PRINCIPAL DISTRICTS OF BATH ANY

:F O SAFE MILK. THE BATH & SOMERSETSHIRE DAIRY Co., Ltd. DAIRIES MOST OF THE PRINCIPAL DISTRICTS OF BATH ANY

MAKE OF SEWING MACHINE MANGLES, WRINGERS, AND WASHING MACHINES, AT LOWEST CASH PRICES OR BY GRADUAL PAYMENTS. THE SEWING MACHINE EXCHANGE, 38, BROAD STREET, BATH. WEAVER & SON, Proprietors. HOLLOW AYS PILLS ARE * ' SECURITIES HEALTH. THEY HAVE GIVEN HOPE, COMFORT & RELIEF TO MIL
24 April 1902 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
CHE BEST AND CHEAPEST MANURE ALL FARM GARDEN CROPS. EEFECTUAL REMEDY FOR ELY, SLUG, etc. ATIVE GUANO, Prepared the NATIVE

CHE BEST AND CHEAPEST MANURE ALL FARM GARDEN CROPS. EEFECTUAL REMEDY FOR ELY, SLUG, etc. ATIVE GUANO, Prepared the NATIVE

GUANO CO., Ltd. Price £3 10s. per Ton, in bags. Carriage paid on Orders of Two Tone and Special terms for fall 6-ton Truck Loads. Sample Bag sent carriage paid for ss. Xhuuerous Reports from Farmers, Gardeners, and others, may be obtained on application. CAUTION.—The Genuine NAT
24 April 1902 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
V LIN D TEA PERFECT TEA," FRESH GROWN.— Composed entirely of CHOICEST FRESH-GROWN TEAS, imported direct from Ceylon and India

V LIN D TEA PERFECT TEA," FRESH GROWN.— Composed entirely of CHOICEST FRESH-GROWN TEAS, imported direct from Ceylon and India

and other Tea-prod uciug countries, rejecting the older and coarser growths, the PURE, STIMULATIVE AND DIGESTIVE PROPERTIES which are characteristic of the PERFECT LEAP are fully retained, unimpaired by the harsh, acrid flavour of inferior Teas. CEYLINDO TEA BLENDED.—The accumul
24 April 1902 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
500 LBS. MORE BUTTER £S%S* THIS REPRESENTS THE ADDITIONAL OUTPUT EASILY OBTAINED BY USING All " ALFA-LAVAL SEPARATOR. 300,000 already

500 LBS. MORE BUTTER £S%S* THIS REPRESENTS THE ADDITIONAL OUTPUT EASILY OBTAINED BY USING All " ALFA-LAVAL SEPARATOR. 300,000 already

all over the World- BETTER BUTTER Mr. J.Lvwoon, Leighton FOR . THERE IS AFTER 7 TEARS Buzzard, writes :-- CLEAN SKIMMING jNO SEPARATOR Mr.RT.Baw. "We have worked EASE WORKING THAT CAN 1 * ' DURABILITY COMPARE WITH ova, four-times the year „ 7 years in constant use befoie we had
24 April 1902 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MARRIAGE. KB. T. B. BLAGDEN AND MISS W. M. <X)PE-PROCT0R. On Saturday, St. John the Evangelist's (B-.C), South Parade, Bath,

MARRIAGE. KB. T. B. BLAGDEN AND MISS W. M. <X)PE-PROCT0R. On Saturday, St. John the Evangelist's (B-.C), South Parade, Bath,

was solemnised, by license, the wedding Miss W. Cope- Proctor, daughter Mr. Alderman Cope- Proctor, of Clifton, Bristol, and Mr. T. B. Blagden, of Teddington, Middlesex, son of the late Mr. Robert Blagden, F.R.C.S., of Minchinhampton. wedding took place from the Empiie Hotel, an
24 April 1902 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England