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MORE TROPHIES FOR BRISTOL SOUTH.

MORE TROPHIES FOR BRISTOL SOUTH.

CYCLING. Brief Speeches at Club Dinner. Brief speeches were the rule at the annual dinner the Bristol South Cycling Club, held at the Cadena Cafe, Wine Street, Bristold, on Saturday, under the chairmanship of Mr W. G. Adams. All present stood for a minute in silence in memory of
14 December 1931 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
WELTON'S FINE VICTORY IN LONDON.

WELTON'S FINE VICTORY IN LONDON.

WELTON'S FINE VICTORY LONDON. CLAPTON. Nil: WELTON ROVERS. ONE Holding a slight advantage in defence and definitely superior forward, Welton Rovers proved too good for Clapton, at the Spotted Dog. even though they succeeded in winning ihe narrow margin of one goal to nil. The hom
14 December 1931 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BATH CITY'S BIG SHOCK FOR PALACE.

BATH CITY'S BIG SHOCK FOR PALACE.

Dramatic End to Lively Cup Game. EXCITING SCENES. BATH C. CRYSTAL PALACE. 1. G-o-a-1! Thousands of voices mingled in triumphant roar which could heard mile away hats and sticks were thrown into the air. and the crowds lining the touchline nearly went frantic with delight. For ha
14 December 1931 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
MINES DEPARTMENT TAKES HAND IN BRISTOL.

MINES DEPARTMENT TAKES HAND IN BRISTOL.

MINES DEPARTMENT TAKES HAND BRISTOL. New Hopes Follow Local Conference. AGREEMENTS. Prolonged correspondence between. Air Chas. R. Gill, on behalf the Bristol Miners' Association, and the Bristol Colliery Owners having failed to secure local wages agreements, the Aimers' Federati
14 December 1931 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Bath a Starting Control in R.A.C. Rally.

Bath a Starting Control in R.A.C. Rally.

Considerable progress has been made by the X.A.C. settling the details of the great Motor Rally which is to be held in the New Year. The probable date of the start will be Tuesday. March 1, and all competitors will be required to cover a distance of 1,000 miles. The following po
14 December 1931 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 

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Redcross Old Boys' Society.

Redcross Old Boys' Society.

the monthly meeting of tha Old Boys' Society, held at St. Peter's School, Bristol, there was a large attendance. A most enjoyable programme was provided by Blake's party. The chair was taken by J. W. Davey in tho absence of the president through illness.
14 December 1931 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BATH CITY "TAKE THE BUN" :: WESTON RUGBY STAND FIRE

BATH CITY "TAKE THE BUN" :: WESTON RUGBY STAND FIRE

14 December 1931 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
NOTES on BOOKS.

NOTES on BOOKS.

B Y "CRITIC." ryiO,SELL E MAUPIN—There are °°' never grow old. This Wf, matter how long ago " rea< t "Mademoiselle de a Bain >otl i' return to it- again and better heophile Cautier wrote nothing ,j Dle m ay go into ecstasies over 1 i Camees," others over "Le ne Fracasse" and "Le
29 September 1931 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
LATE LORD WRAXALL.

LATE LORD WRAXALL.

. Memorial Service at St. Margaret's. THEIR MAJESTIES REPRESENTED. Lord Colebrooke represented the King ana Queen at the memorial service, which was held at St. M« rgaret's, Westminster, for- the late Lord Wraxall. Canon Carnegie, Chaplain to the Speaker of tho Houfee of Commons
6 November 1931 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
DISTRICT NEWS.

DISTRICT NEWS.

ALPHINGTON. There was a large attendance the weekly whist drive held in the Institute,, on Octerber 28th. Mr. Bert Wills claimed the speciall prize. Other winners were Mesdanies R. Mitchell, G. Coles, J. Hill, E. Perkins, F. Mitchell, Miss Connett, and Messrs. A. J. Rogers and J
6 November 1931 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England