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BATH GOLF CLUB.

BATH GOLF CLUB.

Running Opej Bogey Saturday. SoureS:— ' "" ~ ... Handicap. Down. • C. T. Carr ? Manley I A- A'apier ,-fJ •% - M. J f.ipscomb There were six othe.' players, made returns. C. T. Carr won two-third entries. M. won one-third entri^t.Medal Competition Monday.. ' , Ont Grjss H'cp. A'e
19 May 1910 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
THE LATE KING.

THE LATE KING.

THE REV. G. PALMER LEWIS'S TRIBUTE. Preaching at a special memorial service at Perc'v Congregational Church on Sunday morning, the Rev. G. Palmer Lewis, the pastor, took as his text, " Yet among many nations was there king like him" (Neh. xiii., 26). He said: -inis ancient word
19 May 1910 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
CROCKFORD'S CLERICAL DIRECTORY.

CROCKFORD'S CLERICAL DIRECTORY.

The Edition. 1 The preface to the 1910 edition of ford's Clerical Directory" bears the. j April, 1910," and the Editor in lis ha* tory remarks, explains that this year's £6 , a been deferred mainly in order that th«of possible records might be inserted. The jb# members of Convoc
19 May 1910 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LEFT TO DROWN

LEFT TO DROWN

TRAGEDY THE AVON. LABOURER AFRAID TO POLL BODY FROM THE RIVER STARTLING ADMISSION AT BATH INQUEST. At the inquest Wednesday at the Guildhall the body of Mary Ann Stock,aged 55, of Milk Street, whose body was found the JRiver Avon early on Sunday morning, startling admission was
19 May 1910 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
FUNERAL PRAYER.

FUNERAL PRAYER.

Sadlv lay it down, reverently, j All that is mortal one earth's 1 Giadly we follow the spirit that dwelt it Into the wonderful realms the blest. May we, God, most loyal devotion Covet the virtues which made him so" dear; Help cultivate courteous kindness; Help us to emulate him
19 May 1910 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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BATH RACES.

BATH RACES.

The Bath Race Meeting will assume more importance now"that it is to be "double event" each year. More than merely local inte attaches to it; indeed, it regarded as the leading turf event the West country. The first meeting this year takes place on May 24th and 25tli, and the sec
19 May 1910 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
YESTERDAY'S CRICKET.

YESTERDAY'S CRICKET.

SOMERSET'S SENSATIONAL DEFEAT ALL OUT FOR 57. GLOUCESTER FIELDERS PLA? HAVOC. Heavy rain Tuesday night was foU° rt bright sunshine at Taunton, where 1| c r resumed a quarter of an hour late. Gl° , th® had, overnight, scored IS2 for eight, jja second una red went up after two h°j
19 May 1910 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
UNWASHED CHILDREN.

UNWASHED CHILDREN.

Cases Bath Police Court. Thomas Stainer, of 61. Wells summoned at Bath Police Court, on ,i- c t, under Section 122 the Children's •*. .1908, for allowing his child. Alice Stain ,j had been cleansed by the Local Educa ' , thority, to get into such condition it x y February 22nd a
19 May 1910 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH VISITORS' LIST.

BATH VISITORS' LIST.

( Pruinir.f!, to receive each week from , 'rctiij.., v ors managers of hotels and estalVi^ 11 ' st °f visitors staying »f iKI then- J ,,t\ imeu *s. Visitors are invited to au, -l addresses to the o£tice ot 1 Westsate Street. l ' HOTEL. Pr.it?®' Moray. Hon 10re >, -Belgrave, Lond
19 May 1910 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BOTANICAL GARDEN.

BOTANICAL GARDEN.

The following Trees, Shrubs, or Flowers are now in bloom, or otherwise deserving of atten- (European globe flower). (Jypnpedium parviflorum J s slipper}. Polygonum viviparum knot grass). Veronica glauea (Greecian speedwell). vas octapetala (Mountain arens). Alyssum montanum (Mou
19 May 1910 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England