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Round The Town

Round The Town

Y.rT.C.A. make merry One of the merriest Christmas parties last week was the one held the Pulteney for members, staff, and friends the Y.W.C.A.. where over 50 people were by the president. Mrs E. A. Cook, and the chairman, Mrs. Norman Walker. A special welcome was given girls fr
31 December 1949 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SQUATTER'S NIGHT IN ROOFLESS HUT

SQUATTER'S NIGHT IN ROOFLESS HUT

Plaster board and a tarpaulin, kept out the bleak December air Friday when I visited the squatter's nut. at 8-. Ashley Camp, Box (writes a "Chronicle" reporter) where 30-years-old Thomas Smallridge—the Bath photographer and ex-Service man —had defied officials by sleeping the ni
31 December 1949 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SIGN LANGUAGE USED IN BATH COURT CASE

SIGN LANGUAGE USED IN BATH COURT CASE

PROBATION FOR RADSTOCK MAN A deaf and dumb man, James Harold Wooltorton. 3. Grove Wood Road. Haydon, Radstock. pleaded guilty at Bath magistrates' court on Friday to a charge of insulting behaviour towards an 18-yearsold girl, and was placed on probation for 12 months. The Rev.
31 December 1949 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SOFT WATER SOME DAY?

SOFT WATER SOME DAY?

BATH REQUEST FOR MENDIP SCHEME Hope of Bath in time having supply of softened water is given by a recommendation of Waterworks Committee the CM> Council who, next Tuesday, fril! be asked to request the Bristol Waterworks Company to make th* necessary provision for the softening
31 December 1949 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Overside park shelters

Overside park shelters

Operators Unable to w vide Them r Committee report. er s from the Bristol 4 and Carriage Co.. Ltd K:iate<:i Motorways C sh a prepared elter accommodation bh e use of the Parkin Place as lone for coaches operat« T^ »stance services. . Pointed out that at dCcor r<modation were pro
31 December 1949 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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£5,000 MORE FOR MONKSWOOD SCHEME

£5,000 MORE FOR MONKSWOOD SCHEME

Finance Com- hrno^ having approved a of the Water- that application Minister of Health Cityrm to borrowing by ' of a further £5,130 Cludin the proposed ex £ £356 6s. lOd. to "g Lt d., Peasedown) expenditure incurred in tlie Monks wood tribution system.
31 December 1949 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH RESIDENT'S $18,000 WILL

BATH RESIDENT'S $18,000 WILL

Mrs. Zara Valentine Hall, the Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath, who died on August 25. widow of John Valentine Hall, left £18.232 ss. lid gross, £18,100 14s. 7d. net value, (Duty paid £2,183>. Probate has been granted to George Cocollis, of Easdale. The Avenue, Oheam, Surrey, and Erne
31 December 1949 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
XMAS MORNING AT BATH

XMAS MORNING AT BATH

An Impression By Jon Wynne-Tyson The morning sun pierced the houses on the east Henrietta Park, and streaked the liver-grey beech-trees with elusive silver. To the west, the brown hillside buildings overlooking the City were stroked and patted by the golden light that was disper
31 December 1949 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH YOUNG TORIES ENJOY THE FUN

BATH YOUNG TORIES ENJOY THE FUN

250 at Xmas Party There was a happy crowd of about 250 people at Fortts on Dec. 19. when Bath Young Conservative Association held their Xmas party. There was a continuous round of fun, games, and dancing, with prizes for various competitions. An excellent buffet and licensed bar
31 December 1949 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
FORMER TOWN CLERK OF BATH BEREAVED

FORMER TOWN CLERK OF BATH BEREAVED

Mr. F. D. Wardle, JP., a former Town Clerk of Bath, has sustained a bereavement the sudden death of his last surviving sister, Miss Young Wardle, Tuesday, at 2. Southfields, Leek, Staffordshire. She was a daughter of the late Sir Thomas and Lady Wardle. Mr. Wardle a principal in
31 December 1949 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England