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CATALOGUES BRISTOL CAR STOLEN

CATALOGUES BRISTOL CAR STOLEN

A dark blue Morris Cowley motor-car, index No. FBA 4984. owned by Mr. Frederick William Paget, of 8, Julius Road, Bishop ton, Bristol. was stolen recently. The car was left in All Saints' Street at 4 p.m.. and an hour later had disappeared. The car was a 1926 model. It is stated
16 January 1931 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
CLARENCE ROAD MISHAP

CLARENCE ROAD MISHAP

We are asked to state that the charabanc which skidded into the railings at Clarence Road, Bristol, on Sunday, and was prevented from going over the river bank by a telegraph post, was not a local vehicle, but belonged to a Bournemouth firm.
16 January 1931 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
He said that he intended to leave Bristol within two hours. LOCAL SPEED LIMITS.

He said that he intended to leave Bristol within two hours. LOCAL SPEED LIMITS.

While the speed-limit on private motorcars has been abolished, motorists must still watch out for places where local authorities for special reasons still enforce specified speeds-5 or 10 miles per hour as the case may be. These limits will be given a running another 12 months—w
16 January 1931 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Chinaman's Oath.

Chinaman's Oath.

When a Chinaman appeared at Bristol re•enlls. lie elected to take the oath by cracking a saucer. He hurled the saucer to the floor in the usual manner, but it failed to break. The Court seemed satisfied that he was duly sworn in, and he proceeded to give evidence. A literal tran
16 January 1931 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
MR. ALBERT HALLETT.

MR. ALBERT HALLETT.

Many members of Bristol Liberal Club attended the funeral at St. Thomas's Chianti, Itre.tol. revelith of Mr. Albert Hallett, proprietor of the well-known firm of Halletts, outfitters, Bristol, who collapsed and died in the Club on Friday last. The service was conducted by the vi
16 January 1931 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
SCHOOL OF ART. Scholars of the Municipal School of Art, Bristol, busily engaged in the modelling room.

SCHOOL OF ART. Scholars of the Municipal School of Art, Bristol, busily engaged in the modelling room.

CARGO STEAMER BATTERED. The New York cargo st._amer Effingham, bound for Bremen. is reported helpless off Newfoundland. with her propeller shaft broken. The vessel is being battered by mountainous seas, and a steamcr is proceeding to her assistance (says the Central News,. The E
16 January 1931 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
NEXT GENTLEMAN PLEASE JENKINS' HAIRDRESSING SALOON 0, DT COWTIFI IF I II ICY PARK Sty Ikh Hair-cut 6d. Ckan Easy

NEXT GENTLEMAN PLEASE JENKINS' HAIRDRESSING SALOON 0, DT COWTIFI IF I II ICY PARK Sty Ikh Hair-cut 6d. Ckan Easy

Shave 3d
16 January 1931 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
„.00.....00......„ 1 NEXT WEEK. ...............,.

„.00.....00......„ 1 NEXT WEEK. ...............,.

NEXT WEEK. In this wilumn we give sash week a List of Amusements, eto., and also Useful Information which time or other concerning Plans of Interest in Bristol. THEATRES and VARIETY. PRINCE'S THEATRE, Park Row.— Pantomime, " Goody Two Shoes: . Nightly at 7; matinees Thursdays and
16 January 1931 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
SURPLUS SALE OF GENUINE LEATHER GOODS at

SURPLUS SALE OF GENUINE LEATHER GOODS at

16 January 1931 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
A GLOUCESTER DIVORCE.

A GLOUCESTER DIVORCE.

Married in 1922 at Worcester, the parties lived at The Cottage. Little Witney. Worcester, and there were two children Weaver, who had been a visitor, came tt live at the house in April last year. In ' May Mrs. Dawes went to London to visit friends, and Weaver drove her in his ca
16 January 1931 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England