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MADAME DOREENI lUGGEITION

MADAME DOREENI lUGGEITION

A SMART DRESS FOR AFTERNOON WEAR THE good results which can be achieved by the home-dr?ssmaker with the aid of a well-cut pattern are really surprising, and the dress shown in the accompanying sketch which combines smartness with practicability—gives her yet another opportunity
16 January 1931 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
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16 January 1931 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BLACKMAILED WOMAN.

BLACKMAILED WOMAN.

Described by the Recorder at the Old ' Railey, recently. a,. A discredit to humanity," John Francis Sorrell 148), a labourer, who had pleaded guilty to demanding money with menaces from a young married woman, who was referred to as Mrs. R. was sentenced to seven years' penal ser
16 January 1931 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
MISS MARY WATTS. The funeral took place at St. Mark's Dunilei% , recen IN of NI \lan Watts (70), of

MISS MARY WATTS. The funeral took place at St. Mark's Dunilei% , recen IN of NI \lan Watts (70), of

Woodmancote. Dursley. Miss Watts had been a member of Dursley Wesleyan Church for over 50 years—she was a class leader for nearly the whole of that time For many years she conducted a private school in Parsonage Street, and when a presentation was made to her on her retirement a
16 January 1931 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Electrical Engineer Wireless Specialist 2% GLOUCESTER ROAD, Accumulators Charged HOR FIELD BRISTOL. COTTERELL "C. 8." WALLPAPE ASK YOUR DECORATOR FOR

Electrical Engineer Wireless Specialist 2% GLOUCESTER ROAD, Accumulators Charged HOR FIELD BRISTOL. COTTERELL "C. 8." WALLPAPE ASK YOUR DECORATOR FOR

THE " C. 8." PATTERN BOOK Sbewreems : 13, Marsh Street and Telashes% Amer. ti II
16 January 1931 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
MENDIP HUNT BALL.—Mr. R. A. Hobhouse with members of his house party, which included Lady Catherine Cairns, the Hon. Alicia Brown, and the Hon. Mrs. Money-Coutts.

MENDIP HUNT BALL.—Mr. R. A. Hobhouse with members of his house party, which included Lady Catherine Cairns, the Hon. Alicia Brown, and the Hon. Mrs. Money-Coutts.

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16 January 1931 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BRISTOL FIRM'S AFFAIRS.

BRISTOL FIRM'S AFFAIRS.

Recently in the Companies Court, Mr. Justice Bennett dismissed the petition of Wilson, Smith and Sutcliffe (1927) Ltd., Jumbo Mills. Kirkstall Road, Leeds, for the compulsory liquidation of Frank Chapman and Sons, Ltd., of Bristol. Mr. Hecksher, for the petitioners said the peti
16 January 1931 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
NATURE'S GREAT GIFT

NATURE'S GREAT GIFT

OF HEALTH HEALTH is the most valuable possession in life. Without it riches and success are worthless. Upon health rests th^ foundation of work, success, marriage, and every other attribute to; human existence. tant thing in the prevention of ill-health is food. Nowadays people
16 January 1931 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
A PORLOCK SUIT.

A PORLOCK SUIT.

Lord Merrivale also heard the petition of Mrs. Isabella Carruthers-Gould, of Upway. Porlock, Somerset, and of Boundary Road. St. John's Wood. London, for a decree nisi against her husband, Mr. Frank Herbert Carruthers-Gould, described as a stockbroker, on the ground of his adult
16 January 1931 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
SUITABLE MATERIALS

SUITABLE MATERIALS

This particular dress woull be charming if made in black crepe romain or crepe-dechine with the collar and cuffs in soft cream georgette, although if more warmth is desired wool crepe, jersey cloth, or stockinette, with silk collar and cuffs, would be suitable materials to clux.
16 January 1931 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England