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MERCHANT VENTURERS' TECHNICAL COLLEGE.

MERCHANT VENTURERS' TECHNICAL COLLEGE.

EVENING CLASSES. The following students have been successful in the College examinations for the session just euded, in the subjects mentioned: Arithmetic (Commercial), first year.—F. Cole B. Hall, R. S. Moore. Automobile Engineering, first year.—C. F. Crawford, F. W. Dadson, A.
17 June 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
AVIATOR'S TRYING EXPERIENCE

AVIATOR'S TRYING EXPERIENCE

Mr \V. Roland Ding, native of Cheshire, who left Bath a biplane quarter to five yesterday morning to proceed to Harrogate, had a somewhat lively experience in the vicinity of Stroud, over which town he passed at 5.10. Five minutes after starting he encountered fog, and rose high
17 June 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Mr A. H. Gilkes, who succeeded Dr. Welldon mow Dean of Manchester) as Master of Dulwich College 1885. has again

Mr A. H. Gilkes, who succeeded Dr. Welldon mow Dean of Manchester) as Master of Dulwich College 1885. has again

tendered his resignation, which will considered by the Governors at their meeting on Friday week. Mr Gilkes resigned 1909, but was persuaded to remain. Educated at Shrewsbury and Christ Church, Oxford, Mr Gilkes was for twelve years assistant master at Shrewsbury. His is an enth
17 June 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE SEALING DISASTER.

THE SEALING DISASTER.

Ufc> OP THE FUND. 's TELEGRAM.! O 1 £- (Newfoundland), Tuesday. J ls - Premier, who has just refoj of warmly praises the fli sa, h cribers to the fund - . sufferers the sealing aTno„ Ged y €st erday, the total sum Counting to 275,000 dollars.
17 June 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
St. Philip's Marsh Adult School.—The 11th anniversary of the opening of the St. Philip's Marsh Adult School was celebrated at

St. Philip's Marsh Adult School.—The 11th anniversary of the opening of the St. Philip's Marsh Adult School was celebrated at

the E. Grace" Memorial Hall, Philip Street, on Sunday morning, when the President ofthe school. Mr Felix J. Gibbs, presided over very large attendance of members and friends. The brass band in connection with St. Anne's Park Adult School was in attendance, and before the opening
17 June 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 

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LOCAL LAW CASES.

LOCAL LAW CASES.

ACTION AGAINST CHIPPENHAM RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. The hearing was resumed Mr Justice Astbury in the Chancery Division, yesterday, the action brought by Mr Geo. P. Fuller, of Xeston Park, Goisham, and three of his tenants, against the Chippenham Rural District Council, claiming d
17 June 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE AMERICA CUP.

THE AMERICA CUP.

MASTER OF TBE VANITIE RESIGNS TELEGRAM.! NEW YORK, Tuesday. Captain William Dennis has tendered "his resignation as sailing master of the Vanitis owing, it stated, to differences of opinion over the handling of the sloop the recent trial races. Captain Harry Haff is expected suc
17 June 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
OLD CLIFTONIAN SOCIETY.

OLD CLIFTONIAN SOCIETY.

CLIFTON COLLEGE CENTENARY FUND, ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING. Th« seventeenth annual general meeting of the Old Cliftonian Society was held in London, yesterday, at the Hotel Cecil, the chair being taken by the Right Hon. J. H. Whitley, M.P. The members present included Major-General
17 June 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
ORGANS TUNING REPAIRING

ORGANS TUNING REPAIRING

Estimates, Lists, and all Information Free. LOCAL AGENT:— JAMES STEWART, House Furnisher, BEACHCATE, Stonehaven.
18 June 1914 - Stonehaven Journal - Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland
 
THE INVESTIGATION INTO “SCRAPIE.”

THE INVESTIGATION INTO “SCRAPIE.”

A contribution ordinary value and .importance has been to veterrmry science this Meek tUc nubMeation the results John P. M'GoMun’s “Investigations into The b:«tory former outbreaks of scrapie England and the Continent is set forth in tho earlier chapters. shoM-ing that under var
18 June 1914 - Stonehaven Journal - Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland