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MARSHFIELD CASE

MARSHFIELD CASE

Railwayman To Vacate a House Mrs. Bertha Boyce, widow, High Street, Marshneld, was at Bath County Court on Thursday, granted possession of house and premises at Marshfield the occupation of W. Forester, employe the G.W.R. The matter had previously been before the Court, and, owi
15 January 1938 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
PROGRESS OF "KATINKA"

PROGRESS OF "KATINKA"

8.0.5. Rehearsals Well In Hand Rehearsals for "Katinka," the forthlng B-O.s. production at the Theatre Royal on Jan. 25th, are well advanced and there is no doubt that it will be an even bigger success than "The Quaker last year. Madame Eva Callebaut, who will be remembered for
15 January 1938 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATHONIAN'S FIREARMS

BATHONIAN'S FIREARMS

Shown at Sporting Exhibition The British Sporting Exhibition, which opened Friday at the Imperial institute, South Kensington, affords a parallel to the International Sporting Exhibition recently held in Berlin, which brought about the meeting of Lord Halifax with Herr Hitler. M
15 January 1938 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
PANTOMIME BALL

PANTOMIME BALL

The Bath Pantomime Ball, the theatrical event of the Bath dancing year, will take place on Thursday, January 20th, at the Forum ballroom when once again Bathonians een renew acquaintance with their favourite "stars" at the Theatre Royal pantomime. "You'll see stars ' will be the
15 January 1938 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS

INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS

In the November final examinations of the Institute of Chartered Accountants 262 candidates passed and failed. In the intermediate passed and 279 failed, while the figures for the preliminary were 105 and 141 respectively. The following local students were successful the prelimi
15 January 1938 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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A HUDSON MEMORIAL FOR BATH?

A HUDSON MEMORIAL FOR BATH?

A Cornishman now resident at Bath writes (the headings are ours): It is now just over fifteen years since H. Hudson died and, whatever the merits or demerits of the Epstein plaque in Hyde Park, it is fitting that the house in which he lived in London, 40, St. Luke's Road, W.ll,
15 January 1938 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MISS MAISIE GAY

MISS MAISIE GAY

"VERY ILL" AT HER HOME AT KINGSDOWN Miss Maisie Gay, the former West End musical comsdy star, is lying very ill at her home, "The Whirl-i--gig," Kingsdown, Box. private life Maisie is Mrs. Harris. For a considerable time she has been a sufferer from osteo-arthritis. and for MISS
15 January 1938 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MUST LEAVE ON FEB. 9TH

MUST LEAVE ON FEB. 9TH

Ex-Serviceman's Tenancy of Rooms at Bath Application was made at Bath City Police Court on Tuesday, by Mr. J. B. Taylor, on behalf of the Governors of King Edward's School, for possession of rooms at 1, Fountain Buildings, Bath, in the occupation of Lionel Johnson, and the magis
15 January 1938 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Bath Trades and Labour Council had before them on Wednesday a letter from the Mayor's secretary stating that, subject to

Bath Trades and Labour Council had before them on Wednesday a letter from the Mayor's secretary stating that, subject to

other engagements both the Mayor and Mayoress hoped to be present on Jan. 19th, the occasion of the Trades Council's annual entertainment at Frome Road House invitation had been forwarded to them. The sum of £34 10s. 9d. has been subscribed to meet the expenses of the entertainm
15 January 1938 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH CO-OP. CONCERT

BATH CO-OP. CONCERT

BIG ATTENDANCE FOR POPULAR EVENT The "house full" notice was speedily hoisted at the Bath Co-operative Cafe on Wednesday evening, when an extremely enjoyable concert arranged by the Society's Education Committee took place Some time before the event was due to begin, the room wa
15 January 1938 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England