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LOCAL NOTES AND NEWS

LOCAL NOTES AND NEWS

'■'1' NEW MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS SCHEME The Bristol Corporation is being invited to consider very imposing plans ior new municipal buildings in Queen Square, which have been designed by C. F. VV. at the desire of our esteemed ftdlow-citizcn, Mr Heber Mardon. The selection of this s
25 August 1924 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Bristol Symphony Concert.

Bristol Symphony Concert.

For the forthcoming Bristol Symphony !Orchestral Concerts, arrangements have been made with Albert Coates, Sir Landon Ronald, and Eugene Goossens, to each conduct one the three concerts so far arranged. An idea tc the cost Symphony Concerts may be gauged from the fac* th-t a two
25 August 1924 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
NEW RAILWAY BRIDGE NEAR ASHLEY HILL

NEW RAILWAY BRIDGE NEAR ASHLEY HILL

The fine new roadway which will link up Horfield'with Eastville rapidly approaching completion, ancj,yesterday saw the successful accomplishment of an important step in that direction. A few hundred yards from Ashley Hill railway station the new road is crossed by the embankment
25 August 1924 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
£40,000 was granted on Mi,,)«.!..; Saturday the V - * crs ' Association" towards \MC u -,.. ever ' Bart.,

£40,000 was granted on Mi,,)«.!..; Saturday the V - * crs ' Association" towards \MC u -,.. ever ' Bart.,

who had 'h. and Central Hackney -^or! a beral, died at his -* : Saturday.
25 August 1924 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
TO HELP, THE BLIND,

TO HELP, THE BLIND,

HELP, THE BLIND, Fishponds Garden Fete. An enjoyable fete was held the gardens St. Man' Vicarage, Fishponds, kindness of the Key. J. P. Wilson, Saturday. It was organised by Mr M. 0. aid cf the National Institution for the Blind, and there was very fair 1 attendance considering t
25 August 1924 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
TOWNSMEN GARDENERS.

TOWNSMEN GARDENERS.

BRISTOL' ESTATE TENANTS' PRODUCE. Extremely Meritorious Exhibition. Tenants on the Bristol Corporation Estate tlie Hillfields Bark district of Fit-h ponds have formed Horticultural Society, one of the objects of which is to hold an exhibition of garden produce each year.' The th
25 August 1924 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
World's Shorthand Championship.

World's Shorthand Championship.

In the 1924. competition ior vie • worm | Championship, in shorthand, spaed and accuracy, th* :W% winner, -\ve> niormed, successfully' :.defended his title WorldV Shorthand • Champion-1 hip against American shorthand writers. Charles Swein, who ' is- a writer, well-known Gregg {
25 August 1924 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
TO ENCOURAGE SHOOTING.

TO ENCOURAGE SHOOTING.

Johnson Cup Competition. Glo'shire Depot Defeat Territorials. Through tlie kindness and interest shown Col. V. Johnson, D.S.O. (Commanding Depot, Gloucestershire Regiment), magnificent silver bowl has been given for competition amongst the Regulars and Territorials of the county
25 August 1924 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
OUR MARINE COUNTRYSIDE.

OUR MARINE COUNTRYSIDE.

HARVEST* BEING RUINED BY RAIN, Somerset's Record Fall. Farmers and merchants attending Taunton Corn Market on Saturday were despondent mood and veiy pessimistic with xegard the harvest outlook. Owing to a [week ot wet, and almost wintry weather, .'frhere was no English grain on
25 August 1924 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
HIGH-CLASS EXHIBITS,

HIGH-CLASS EXHIBITS,

Successes at Kingswood (Wottonunder-Edge) Show and Fete. (near Wotton-under-Edge) Pete and Show took place on Saturday. There was high-class exhibition fruit, flowers, and vegetables, the number of entries constituting a record. The judges were as follow -.—Flowers, fruit, and v
25 August 1924 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England