Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 3,756,832 articles

NEW YEARS DAY FLOODS.

NEW YEARS DAY FLOODS.

MANY HOURS OF HEAVY RAIN. BRISTOL AND DISTRICT SCENES. The first day of 1926 will no doubt reckon as one of the wettest of New Year's Days that Bristol has experienced. for many hours yesterday rain fell heavily and incessantly in Bristol and district, with the result that serio
2 January 1926 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Cleanliness in Bakeries.

Cleanliness in Bakeries.

The Horn* Office at present considering application by tbe Bakers' Operatives Union that in order should made under the Factories Act making eompulsorv the provision by all bakery trade employers adequate washing facilities and a supply of clean towels. far decision has been arr
2 January 1926 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
LONDON LETTER.

LONDON LETTER.

RAPALLO CONVERSATIONS. MUSSOLINI AND IRAQ. LONDON, Friday Night. one aspect of the visit paid by Signor iVlussolini to Sir Austen Chamberlain at Eapallo which surely will not have been lost upon the quick intelligence of Mustapha Kemal. The conversations between the two Statesme
2 January 1926 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
UNIONIST LABOUR COMMITTEE.

UNIONIST LABOUR COMMITTEE.

A well-attended meeting ot the Committee was held on Wednesday evening, H. Taylor presiding. A resolution was passed hoping that the Government would introduce a Bill to amend the existing Act relating contributions to tlie political funds of a Trade Union.
2 January 1926 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 

View results found in US & World newspapers

Can you uncover your family story in our news archives?

View now Close
JUNIOR IMPERIAL LEAGUE DANCE.

JUNIOR IMPERIAL LEAGUE DANCE.

The Bristol, branch held a successful fancy dress dance on New Year's Eve at the St. Matthew's Parish Hall, Redfield, when about 170 danced the old year out and the new year in the strains of one Mi- Ray Monelle's orchestras. Mr R. O. Owen (chairman), and Mr C. A. Bodley (Bristo
2 January 1926 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
WONDERFUL BARGAINS AT MAISON JEANNE'S.

WONDERFUL BARGAINS AT MAISON JEANNE'S.

Wonderful range of evening > . • gowns will •l a bargain prices Park Street, wnVlheltSe SB.? Mondß next i, • house has ■">Ha been for P ari modif opportunity of purchasing new d wraps at specially cheanened sh °uld not be missed. Indeed' rat ♦ years has been quite a familiar N s
2 January 1926 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
HIGHER COMMERCIAL TRAINING.

HIGHER COMMERCIAL TRAINING.

The next term for the course in the Merchant Venturers' Technical College preparation for higher commercial posts, which is open to young men and women over the 10, will commence on Monday. Further particulars appear advertisement.
2 January 1926 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
UNIVERSITY FOR WEST

UNIVERSITY FOR WEST

CORNISH SUPPORT FOR SCHEME. Redruth and Camborne Educational Area last evening appointed the nucleus of Provisional Committee to further the appeal for £100,000 endow University of the South-Wcst. ON FEDERAL Professor W. H. said the ultimate University scheme would on federal li
18 June 1926 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
ASSESSMENT ANOMALIES.

ASSESSMENT ANOMALIES.

PLEA RATING UNIFORMITY. DEVON" COUNTY COUNCIL DISCUSSION. .Illuminating observations rating inequalities in Devon were made Lord at a meeting o' Devon County Council Exeter yesterday, Sir Henry topes presiding. Urging desirability that uniformity which is indispensable to justic
18 June 1926 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England