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COUNCIL DISCUSSION AND DECISIONS

COUNCIL DISCUSSION AND DECISIONS

Bostol City Council mot yesterday to deal eitremely important agenda relating tbs future management the docks and concerning their development and gatsM. There were also several other items Parliamentary expenditure. The recommendations made by tk* Special Committee occeeioned m
30 November 1910 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
EDUCATION.

EDUCATION.

SCHOOL ADVERTISEMENTS. PREPAID SCALP FOR SIR OOIWIMJTITM DATA Hamper periods pe* rata.) Words mad aadcr if- I*9 Words to «d tf- Words to 48 4d | to Word* to 80 7)» Ld for additional It Words. ADTggTTIgMBNTS. —Rato on appUeaMon. JJRISTOL GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HRAD-M.em; CYRIL NORWOOD.
30 November 1910 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
MAKE A NOTE 0? THE ADDBCBS.

MAKE A NOTE 0? THE ADDBCBS.

MAKE A NOTE THE ADDBCBS. FIT. ILK. AND QOAUTT O CARA RED
30 November 1910 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
WESTERN DAILY PRESS. BRISTOL. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 30. 1910. •entative Go ment m polities ooald produce Mr Balfour last night addressed

WESTERN DAILY PRESS. BRISTOL. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 30. 1910. •entative Go ment m polities ooald produce Mr Balfour last night addressed

great Unioniat meeting the Albert Hall, London. In the last three day*, he aaid, a new point had been sprang upon them by the Radicals regarding the referendum. They said, would the Unkmiata submit Tariff Reform to referendum? That was meant to put him in hole, but they bed not
30 November 1910 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
FROME DIVISION.

FROME DIVISION.

On Monday eTCDin*. the Liberal (Sir John Berlow) end Ledy Barlow addressed meetings Freshford. Vinton Rood, and Beckington. The Conaenratiee candi-} (Mr Char Its Foxcroft) spoke at Kilmtndon and Metis. Sir JOHN BABLOW •air Jo*.. ~. wid this cteetion was is he might term, a one i
30 November 1910 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
LATEST BUSINESS DONE. THE OIL UARKET.

LATEST BUSINESS DONE. THE OIL UARKET.

Oil ifaties won checkered front, engaged most attention, u tunal, ».-.d tit shares, after being forced down to 7K, bounded finally to 60s Sd, and dosed steadilv Maikop issues were cheerful, especially Pint Lines, which hardened to 31-32 on the definite announcement that the line
30 November 1910 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
"VTBRRIER CO«, Ltd., WINE STREET, HAVING MADE A SPECIAL PURCHASE OF SEVERAL BALES OF BLANKETS AND FLANNELS. ARE NOW OFFERING

"VTBRRIER CO«, Ltd., WINE STREET, HAVING MADE A SPECIAL PURCHASE OF SEVERAL BALES OF BLANKETS AND FLANNELS. ARE NOW OFFERING

THEM aT EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES. BLANKETS— 6/U4, 8/11*. 9/11*, 10/11*, 12AI*. M/ll*. 16/11*. 18/11* per pair SINGLE BLANKETS, whipped ea*h end, 1/6*, 1/11*, 2/6*. 3/6*. 3/11*. 4/6* , FLANNELS, Fine and Medium, in Bleei, Whites, Naturals, and Scarlets, 6*d. 7*d, B*d 9*d. 10* d,
30 November 1910 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BRISTOL BRANCH.

BRISTOL BRANCH.

The second meeting the session was held •t the CniTcrsitv. The Vice-President, Professor Leonard. U. A., took the chair, and there was « Urge attendance. Miss Alice M. Andrews Ladies' College, Cheltenham, opened interest ing discussion by paper on ** History Teachers and 'Examin
29 November 1910 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
WESTERN DAILY PRESS. BRISTOL. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1910. t lh« ra«mb«r for the Thorn He .iid rot beliere the people of

WESTERN DAILY PRESS. BRISTOL. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1910. t lh« ra«mb«r for the Thorn He .iid rot beliere the people of

’h* country oin?l* Chamber man, hut believed in fair THE ISSUE FOR THE l Woman not ntted naiuro lot tli« nurlj ,EW YORK MAa. pur- Pi i.ioru had ttrst.use of the ap«ciou« would have single I hatnber system play and the supremacy of the House of Com burly sod ths roach-and tumble
29 November 1910 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
nvenience of Tariff it in Mr Balfour’s

nvenience of Tariff it in Mr Balfour’s

nvenience Tariff it in Mr Balfour’s own wonts —to give little more employment to skilled artisan in the prime of life! There had never been more rotten scheme for alleviating the social evils of the nation thsn this proposal. right had the Lords to interfere with any measure whic
29 November 1910 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England