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WINDMILL'S C ARG AINS starred cars PASSED A 1 at LLOYDS AND GUARANTEED. £225~*g'f-EY -litre 12-h.p. Falcon saloon; super condition

WINDMILL'S C ARG AINS starred cars PASSED A 1 at LLOYDS AND GUARANTEED. £225~*g'f-EY -litre 12-h.p. Falcon saloon; super condition

.. 1937 £155-^S k a evr olet Master de Luxe; luggage trunk, superb condfti°o°n . . bU !1936 £155 RA 16 Saloon; excelgood car . , on ™t'l>Uo™ny £155-*S°/« fee" >♦ Saloon; splen£i2s-*i A L & ttt roof; brand new tyres 5^93^ £110 - * V^ UXHALL 14 Coupe; small mileage; very smart car
31 March 1938 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
AMUSEMENTS & EXHIBITIONS

AMUSEMENTS & EXHIBITIONS

31 March 1938 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
PRINCES THEATRE 8.A.0.5. ALL THIS WEEK. AT 7.30. (NO MATINEE). THE STUDENT PRINCE (By arrangement with Lee & J. j.

PRINCES THEATRE 8.A.0.5. ALL THIS WEEK. AT 7.30. (NO MATINEE). THE STUDENT PRINCE (By arrangement with Lee & J. j.

Schuber* and William Clifford Gaunt). Usual Prices. Eox Office NOW OPEN for All Parts. PRINCES THEATRE" WEEK COMMENCING APRIL 4th. For 6 Nights, at 8.0. MATINEE THURSDAY, at 2. • i.e Outstanding Musical Success of -i English History. AND ALL THAT FULL ballet, chorus and augmente
31 March 1938 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
EASTER--193SJ EDGE-TO-EDGE COATS (To Wear over a Printed Frock) TAILORED SUITS & BLOUSES THROW-ON COATS THESE ARE THE THINGS PEOPLE

EASTER--193SJ EDGE-TO-EDGE COATS (To Wear over a Printed Frock) TAILORED SUITS & BLOUSES THROW-ON COATS THESE ARE THE THINGS PEOPLE

BUYING AT TAYLORS' >nThe THIS IS EASTER SHOPPING COLDER!! Then it MUST BE A REAL CAMEL HAIR COA from a fashion house of park street Specialising in Snappy Spring SEE THE LATEST BRITISH INDUSTRIES FURNITURE Displayed in our Showrooms This Suite was designed and made in our own Co
31 March 1938 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
GLO'SHIRE INSTRUCTRESS and somerset GIRL fi 45 ill be discussed 6. r Colnett and a • this evening . t

GLO'SHIRE INSTRUCTRESS and somerset GIRL fi 45 ill be discussed 6. r Colnett and a • this evening . t

Somerset m young farmer : programme. instructress The former, Gloucestershire , will ' "" the o°n the giris 1 views and speak comment on me . her own experience. rpearded as Dairying has methods . a woman's province but n come dy > are far removed from the mi ' dairymaid. nlv Th
31 March 1938 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
National. 200 kc/s. (1,500 metres), 10.15—Service. 10.30—Time, weather. 10.45—At Home Today. 11.5 —Gramophone. 11.25 —For the Schools: Regional Geography, Russia:

National. 200 kc/s. (1,500 metres), 10.15—Service. 10.30—Time, weather. 10.45—At Home Today. 11.5 —Gramophone. 11.25 —For the Schools: Regional Geography, Russia:

the Caucasus and on the Black Sea. H. s Marchant. Norris Stanley Sextet, from Midland. 12.30—At the Black Dog: No. 26. Mr Wilkes Home in his own Bar-parlour. Presented by Pascoe Thornton and S. E. Reynolds. l.o—Gramophone. 1.20—8.8.C. Welsh Orchestra. 2 '°~J i ie ' 25 ~ F0r the
31 March 1938 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
CIRENCESTER WILL

CIRENCESTER WILL

Mr. Ernest Charles Lloyd, of Falcondale, Stratton, Cirencester, assistant secertary to the State Section of the Cirencester Conservative Benefit Society, who died on August 7 last, aged 44 years, left gross estate of the value of £4,095 19s. 10d., with net personalty £997 3s. 2d
19 October 1938 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
ATTEMPTED MURDER CHARGE REDUCED

ATTEMPTED MURDER CHARGE REDUCED

James Frederick White, 21, of Flatlane, Ellesmere-Port, Cheshire, was committed for trial when he appeared at Chester Castle yesterday, charged with shooting at his brother with intent to inflict grevious bodily harm. He had been originally charged with attempted murder, but the
19 October 1938 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
WILLERSEY WHIST DRIVE

WILLERSEY WHIST DRIVE

A 3uccessful whist drive, in aid of the funds of the Willersey Nursing Association, took place Willersey Village Hall last night. The function was capably promoted by the local Women's Institute, and the M.C. was Mr. F. Z. Stephens. Twelve tables were occupied, and refreshments
19 October 1938 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
MAN SUED BY HIS FIRST WIFE

MAN SUED BY HIS FIRST WIFE

Questions About Mansion At Cheltenham At Hereford County Court yesterday, bvfore Judge Roope Reeve, Thomas Edward Davies, formerly of Webton Court, near Hereford, now at Croft-y- Bwla, Monmouth, was sued by Mary Davies, his first wife, for arrears due under an order made by the
19 October 1938 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England