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Notes of the Day

Mecca for Anglers is a real fishing story—in the sense of the newspaper office, not the | clubroom! On Sunday afternoon fishing enthusiasts from all parts of the country are coming to Blagdon to join in a presentation lo a man who is a well-known character in what one might desc
28 April 1938 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THORNBURY CHURCH MEETING

THORNBURY CHURCH MEETING

Improvement in Financial Position An improvement in the financial position was reported at the annual parochial meeting of St. Mary s Church, Thornbury, a debit balance of £60 10s 4d having been reduced to £9 17s 2d. This result, however, was due to the fact that the parish was
28 April 1938 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
NATIONAL FITNESS MEETING

NATIONAL FITNESS MEETING

Speakers' Appeal for an A 1 Nation The great interest and enthusiasm the National Fitness Movement has aroused in Bristol, was evident last evening, when the Victoria Rooms, Bristol, were crowded for publicity meeting organised by the Somerset and Gloucestershire Area Committee
28 April 1938 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
AT THE SIGN OF THE PLOUGH AND SICKLE

AT THE SIGN OF THE PLOUGH AND SICKLE

Clang of Cymbals and a Kitten's Jump-When Milk Boils Over—The Producer-Retailer— Facts and Fancies Pigs for Whey Feeding—Veal and Ham—How to Keep Milk Sweet ~ 1 WONDER if the crash and clang the cvmbais in an Army band give j you the same delightful thrill down the ! spine which
28 April 1938 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
AMERICAN MARKETS

AMERICAN MARKETS

PRODUCE, PRICES AND SUPPLIES (REUTER'S TELEGRAMS). NEW YORK. Wednesday. WHEAT easier, unchanged to ic down. Northern f.o.b. Montreal 13/®; No. Manitoba, f.o.b. Montreal 129;; No. 2 hard winter, spot 103 No. 2 red winter, spot 9/i. Sales lor export 225 boatloads. MAIZE steady at
28 April 1938 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 

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BRISTOL SHOPKEEPERS MEET

BRISTOL SHOPKEEPERS MEET

Protection and Benevolent 1 n i Association Progress The annual general meeting of the Bristol and District Shopkeepers' Protection 'and Benevolent Association was held at the Crown and Dove. Bristol, last night. Mr C. E. Millier presided, and reported an increase of membership
28 April 1938 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BRITAIN SAFE FROM "BACK DOOR ATTACKS"

BRITAIN SAFE FROM "BACK DOOR ATTACKS"

EIRE DEFENCE PORTS TO BE MODERNISED Complete Independence Sooni Says Mr De Valera HEATED EXCHANGESIN~ DAIL M R j )^ Y A R >I'o SPEAKING IN THE DAIL LAST NIGHT, ' ASSL 'RANCE TO BRITAIN THAT THE EIRE 1 GO £ NT WOULD NOT PERMIT ITS TERRITORY TO BE USED AS BASE OF ATTACK AGAINST HE
28 April 1938 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
SEVEN KILLED IN MINE EXPLOSION

SEVEN KILLED IN MINE EXPLOSION

Fottsville (Penn.), Wednesday.— Seven men were killed and injured explosion, toVowed fire, which occurred to-day the St. Clair Company's anthracite mine here.—Reuter,
28 April 1938 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
GLO'SHIRE SHOULD ENJOY GOOD SEASON

GLO'SHIRE SHOULD ENJOY GOOD SEASON

CRICKET Batting and Bowling Strength Increased FT seems that Gloucestershire have ai larger number of experienced pro-' fessionals and amateurs available for the coming cricket season than for many years past. All of last season's players are available and addition, two will be
28 April 1938 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Our Cyclists' Column

Our Cyclists' Column

Edited fcy Wheeler.' Monckton Raid on South 25- B Section Runs - Easy Riders' Invitation SOUTH'S open 25 miles time trial was a great success last Sunday. Starting from Aiveston six a.m., the event was run over a course slightly different from usual owing to a change in headquar
28 April 1938 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England