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BATH GAS COMPANY

BATH GAS COMPANY

ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the Bath Gas was held at the Orfices, Upper Bristol Load, Wednesday, the Chairman, Mr. Albert Browning, priding. The Chairman congratulated the shareholders on a very prosperous year, mentioning that the increase ga» was the larg66t ever kno
15 February 1913 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
THE KING AND THE BIBLE.

THE KING AND THE BIBLE.

The Sunday School Union has sent a memorial to the King expressing profound gratitude for the announcement that nis Majesty is a daily reader of the Bible. In reply Lord Knoll ye expresses hie Majesty's earnest hope that continued success may attend the labours, both of the Sund
15 February 1913 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH AND WEST SOCIETY

BATH AND WEST SOCIETY

VISIT TO SWANSEA NEXT YEAR. A Deputation from the Society, consisting of the Marquis of Bath, Lord Wynford, Colone* R. A. Moore-Stevens, Captain W. Best, and Messrs. D. Alexander, C. L. F. Edwards, G. Lipscomb, F. F. Mason, and T. F. Plowman, Secretary and Editor, visited Swanse
15 February 1913 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
HINTS ON THE CULTURE OF PEACHES & NECTARINES

HINTS ON THE CULTURE OF PEACHES & NECTARINES

BATHS COMMITTEE AND THE CHRYSANTHEMUM SHOW T. Parrott presided at the fortnights meeting of the Bath Gardeners' Debating Society held at the Foresters Hall on Monday evenintr. Among others present were Mr. J. Halliburton (hon. treasurer) and Mr. H. Sparev (hon. secretary), Messr
15 February 1913 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Immense Reductions 15' to 50% off marked prices SEE WINDOWS. MORSTMfiNN'S 13. Union Street, Bath. Per 1 DINNER ALE BEST

Immense Reductions 15' to 50% off marked prices SEE WINDOWS. MORSTMfiNN'S 13. Union Street, Bath. Per 1 DINNER ALE BEST

imp. Pints 2/3 VALUE ' "4 1,4 STOUT BATH ? or ' e ' nal Bath Nutritive. * ... I tup. Pints 3/- THE BATH BREWERY, LTD., Tel 57. 9. ARQYLE STREET. " FOB BLUE MOTOR CABS, Telephone No. 363 OPEN NIGHT and Garage— JAMES STREET WEPT. .. ,T - W&ll Papers. AND-AT* BRISTOL', RUNNING Sewi
15 February 1913 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Old Wood, . *- and 42/. per doz. _____ Street. B. Blend, 42/- per doz., 3/6 per toot. B B.

Old Wood, . *- and 42/. per doz. _____ Street. B. Blend, 42/- per doz., 3/6 per toot. B B.

Blend, 48/- per doz., 4/= per bot. 8.8.8. Blend 51/- per doz., 4/3 per bot.
15 February 1913 - Cheltenham Looker-On - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
MANCHESTER HAY AND STKAW.—Hay. inferior 4>*d. to s'ltd.; clover 7><d. Bd.; straw, wheat 4'/jd., oat per stone. MANCHESTER DRIED FRUIT.-There

MANCHESTER HAY AND STKAW.—Hay. inferior 4>*d. to s'ltd.; clover 7><d. Bd.; straw, wheat 4'/jd., oat per stone. MANCHESTER DRIED FRUIT.-There

was again fair movement to note . currants, but prices show practically quotable change. Provmcials, .fyrgos, etc were quoted 245. 3d. to 255. 6d.; Patras, 28s. to 29s'- Gulph, 28s. 6d. to 295.; Amahas, 265. 6d. to 275"6 d Zante. 275. to 285.; V ostizza, Panariti, etc., 30s to 3
15 February 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BUYING AND EXCHANGE

BUYING AND EXCHANGE

Mercantile Bill*. Following were buying race* i<J ' bills India, China and Japan London. 30 day*' To-day. Demand. f ' Tom hay, Calcutta. Colombo. 3. d. s. \j» I Madias, Karachi. Delhi 1 ..1 * il*. i Rangoon ~1 *5* Yokohama and Kobe..'.'.."".'.'" 2 OU *" ... 2 °iL".' 1 S'ngnrorea
15 February 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
"THE BIG MUG.",,

"THE BIG MUG.",,

TORY "CONSPIRACY" AGAIN. CHORLEY ELECTION ISSUES, Candidates: SIR HENRY F. HIBBERT (U.). MR. P. T. JACKSON (L). Polling Day—WEDNESDAY. Unionist Majority, December, 1910—2,53 6. BY OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE. CHORLEY, Friday Night Nominations on behalf of the two were received th
15 February 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SCHOOLS FOR MOTHERS.

SCHOOLS FOR MOTHERS.

MANAGEMENT AND FEEDING OF INFANTS. The annual <* for Mothers was held in the Lord Mayor Pailour yes-terday. The Lord Mayor presided loru ship being accompanied by the Lady Mayoress Among others present were Mr. T. R. ?kjft Paget suiting medical officer, Dr. Niven, nied officer h
15 February 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England