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COLLAPSED IN CHAIR Sudden Death of Mr. U. Maggs

COLLAPSED IN CHAIR Sudden Death of Mr. U. Maggs

While sitting in a chair in the kitchen of his home, Spring Cottage, Radford. Paulton. on Wednes-, day afternoon last week. Mr. Uriah Maggs collapsed and died before medical aid could be summoned. The deceased who was 74 years of age, was welt-known in the parish where his tragi
April 8, 1949 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
PENSFORD BISHOP SUTTON 'PARISH VISI.I i N,c ESSENTI A I

PENSFORD BISHOP SUTTON 'PARISH VISI.I i N,c ESSENTI A I

PENSFORD BISHOP SUTTON 'PARISH VISI . I i N,c ESSENTI A I Bishop's Declaration ;
April 8, 1949 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
Ginner's' Giving.

Ginner's' Giving.

The gifts from the churches amounted to £l5l 10s. 3d., a small increase upon last year's figure, and one wttich indicated generous . giving on the part of the members. , Mr. Bee's evening address was on the subject of "Personal Witness." In speaking of their faith to others. Mr.
April 8, 1949 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
, cal BATH Ti 7 ,711. • 4330

, cal BATH Ti 7 ,711. • 4330

, cal BATH T i 7 ,711. • 4330 Open, 2.45: 3 RUE MADELEINE ird, TIM ILVIIMOND :1 40 : - 01 AMII• RAIL EXCURSIONS WESTERN REGION it RDAY, APRIL 9th to---- BRIST_OL Leave Melia Road 1.22 p.m 12/6). hAusTOCK 130 p.m. i2/3). /did,r,mer Norton 1.34 p.m 12/-1. tarrmgton Gurney 1.36 p.m.
April 8, 1949 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
PRICES 6 6, 5 -, 2 C. Details of (tom Theatre Box Office. CAFE II• TN 49EZ

PRICES 6 6, 5 -, 2 C. Details of (tom Theatre Box Office. CAFE II• TN 49EZ

April 8, 1949 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
Roots In Concrete

Roots In Concrete

By Councillor Frank J. Nichol, Of Paulton, I . Junior School Governor LETE schools and classical An e x p lanatory note Is given 011rning cannot join together, with the key letters, i.e.— for the background of every pupil's (A) Denotes the second floor. , mind is influenced grea
April 8, 1949 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
CUT IN MEAT RATION 'Pure Case of Failure of Socialisrd—Mr Ted Leather Mr. Ted Leather. prospective Conservative candidate for North

CUT IN MEAT RATION 'Pure Case of Failure of Socialisrd—Mr Ted Leather Mr. Ted Leather. prospective Conservative candidate for North

Somerset. addressed a crowded meeting of Cbilcompton Conservative Association on Saturday atternoon when he dealt at length with the Government's handling of our meat supplies and explained how the Conservative Party policy would restore our "Strachey-shattered rations." Mr. Lea
April 8, 1949 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
BADMINTON CLUB'S LOSS

BADMINTON CLUB'S LOSS

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April 8, 1949 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
MELLS –

MELLS –

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April 8, 1949 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England
 
HOUSES WANTED

HOUSES WANTED

HEALTH VISITOR V 6 :1. hes to rent or buy HOUSE or BUngaIOW, 2-10 Bath. Full parties. first letter please All letters answered.—Mrs Derby- I shire. c o Heaab. Dept., County Hag. Taunton.. URGENT. Wanted to purchase In Chippenham. 31 bedroomed HOUSE , with garden. £2.500.—E1411,
April 8, 1949 - Somerset Guardian and Radstock Observer - Radstock, Somerset, England