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Not but » Pick of Bunch 1 tie mo* popular. J •* and nio* or-- a!oft I *;day. BUF£«a PLATE

Not but » Pick of Bunch 1 tie mo* popular. J •* and nio* or-- a!oft I *;day. BUF£«a PLATE

8 I" OF W££X. A.so ..jre* .* . on voort. ow v. jwVioieti. 3 (w; :.li> £ i'iw-to>do it'Dag-aimletc. On <9 rale ow .or 2poi ■r' -n. ' A Mote st&l? 'w EECHAM S PILLS are the most and " reliable household remedies They provide successful treatment for fnd gesticn. Acidity. Flatulenc
April 28, 1923 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
That Birthday! Dad wanted present for Douglas, But I it made him sad, Trying think something, To make the young

That Birthday! Dad wanted present for Douglas, But I it made him sad, Trying think something, To make the young

rascal glad. Then Dad had good idea, And away he sped, so fleet, To PAYNE'S, the Quality Sweet Shop, You know—in Argyle St. There lie bought some chocolates Ever so nice, and cheap. As for Douglas—Just ask him, He dreams of them in his sleep.
April 28, 1923 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
ani i i Special Announcement. J Madame Hawkins having returned from the Paris and London Markets, is now showing all

ani i i Special Announcement. J Madame Hawkins having returned from the Paris and London Markets, is now showing all

the latest ft models in Gowns, Coat-Frocks, Wool Suits and S Three-Piece Suits in her Showrooms. The Collection is distinctive, varied and most attractive, ft every effort having been made to secure the most m, . becoming styles. ft The Argyle Street Showrooms are justly famous
April 28, 1923 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
DEATH OF MR. A. J. EDWARDS. i The death took place on Saturday **. j Inverness Road, Park, of Mr.

DEATH OF MR. A. J. EDWARDS. i The death took place on Saturday **. j Inverness Road, Park, of Mr.

- :j l Edwards, well-known and respected and the eldest son of the late Sergeant lia of County Constabulary, who was at charge the Twerton district hefoTe it. 0 { in the city. Mr. Edwards was 61 b» age. For the past twelve or thirteen ye had been more or less an invalid, but cam
April 28, 1923 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MR. JONATHAN CARR

MR. JONATHAN CARR

Twerton's Striking Tribute to a Great Benefactor FUNERAL SERVICE AT THE OLD PARISH CHURCH Twer ton's recognition the very groat loss has sustained by the death Air. Jonathau Carr, of Wood House, was fully evidenced Thursday afternoon when the funeral took place. He had lived in
April 28, 1923 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
It was deeided of the Bath rolay (2io Until mooting on not week because tow ,v? "! 5 hero. It

It was deeided of the Bath rolay (2io Until mooting on not week because tow ,v? "! 5 hero. It

is probable that tlu* " quarterly moefciijg i-f City t'"V l?C il flio of the , sh«bil | 'J Odd Down over :in tortjnuriimoafit oi the s*f the bail.
April 28, 1923 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
AIR PARCEL POST.

AIR PARCEL POST.

Air parcels may now be sent to Paris by " Express or " Non-Express " service. An Express parcel is normally forwarded by air on the day after posting and delivered in Paris on the ss>me evening the following morning. In the case of a Non-Express" parcel the interval between post
April 28, 1923 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
AN ANCIENT ECCLESIASTICAL COURT.

AN ANCIENT ECCLESIASTICAL COURT.

Tho above sketch (made for this paper in 1903) is interesting because the old Court' will shortly superseded ■ by a-more convenient meeting place. This is one of the changes connected with ' the Cathedral Restoration scheme. present the old room rarely used, and is the receptacl
April 28, 1923 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
LOCAL PATENTS.

LOCAL PATENTS.

The following information, obtained from official publications, is supplied by Messrs Mewburn, Ellis and Co. (in association with Nicholas Watts), Chartered Patent Agents, 4G, Queen Square, Bristol. Complete Specification Accepted and Open to Public Inspection dated 3rd January,
April 28, 1923 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
The receipts from Entertainments Duty Great Britain for February and March were £803,138 and.'.4:896.014' respectively. instance of the remarkable growth

The receipts from Entertainments Duty Great Britain for February and March were £803,138 and.'.4:896.014' respectively. instance of the remarkable growth

in value of pictures by Latour was shown yesterday at Christie's, when an example. Flowers Glass Bowl," was purchased AY. Sampson for guineas.
April 28, 1923 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England