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BRISTOL GREETS U.S. TROOPS.

BRISTOL GREETS U.S. TROOPS.

CIVIC RECEPTION AT ART GALLERY. LORD MAYOR'S STIRRING MESSAGE OF WELCOME. A large contingent American troops passed , through Bristol yesterday, and they will take , with them. to their training camp pleasant memories of Bristol's hospitality—brief as was their flay the city. Ev
August 2, 1918 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
ITEMS OF LOCAL NEWS.

ITEMS OF LOCAL NEWS.

Mr T. A. Williams, who was for some years a member of the Bristol Board of Guardians, has recently given a series of lectures at Cambridge behalf of the Scottish Society for the Prevention Vivisection. iCAPT. CHAS. STRONG. News has been received in Warminster from India of the d
August 2, 1918 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
LOCAL NOTES.

LOCAL NOTES.

THE FOURTH OF AUGUST. Sunday, August anniversary ©. tbe declaration of war, the Lord Mayor Bristol has addressed a letter to the clergy and ministers of the various churches and chapels of the -•ity expressing the hope that all his fellow citizens will observe this day as one wh
August 2, 1918 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE ROAD TRANSPORT BOARD.

THE ROAD TRANSPORT BOARD.

The Board of Trade have made an Order under the Defence of the Realm Regulations authorising the Road Transport Board to issue instructions with regard to road transport vehicles, and the collection and delivery of goods such vehicles, and to appoint divisional road transport of
August 2, 1918 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
ROYAL VISIT TO POST OFFICE.

ROYAL VISIT TO POST OFFICE.

The King and the Queen, accompanied Princess Mary, visited the General Post Office, London,' yesterday. In the galleries of the cantral telegraph office his Majesty spoke to several badged men who have returned to their pie-war work. The Queen was particularly interested lady te
August 2, 1918 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
AIR ATTACKS ON ROUEN AND HAVRE.

AIR ATTACKS ON ROUEN AND HAVRE.

STOP • PRESS. Rouen, Thursday. -Enemy attacked Rouen and Havre Wednesday; night. One person was killed and four were) slightly injured in the Havre district. Therej casualties at Rouen.—Press As?ociai
August 2, 1918 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
To be better shots. Slowly, very slowly, and ricking off here one man and there another, ihe Americans began to

To be better shots. Slowly, very slowly, and ricking off here one man and there another, ihe Americans began to

miell the tire from the village and slowly, very slowly the ring of lire closed about was lik the encircling
August 2, 1918 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
SCOTTISH BRAVERY.

SCOTTISH BRAVERY.

HOT FIGHT FOR VILLAGE. The special correspondent of the Press Association telegraphs the story of the of a ■Scottish division on -the shell-sxrept"plateau between the and the Cure.}. order was received to attack the village park and chateau of Burancz, which lie a few hundred ya
August 2, 1918 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
4,503 PRISONERS

4,503 PRISONERS

TAKEN BY US JULY. PRODUCTIVE RAIDS, (PRESS ASSOCIATION WA& SPECIAL.! British official, Thursday: We carried out a successfid raid last night in the neighbourhood of Lans. Hostile artillery has been active in the Viilers Bretonneux sector, in the nsighbonrhood of Bucquoy, and abo
August 2, 1918 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
ALLIES' COMMERCIAL POWER

ALLIES' COMMERCIAL POWER

RELENTLESS AGAINST GERMANY SIR R. BORDEN'S SPEECH. Sir Robert Borden delivered another important speech at the Savoy Hotel, yesterday, as the guest of the Canada Club and the Canadian Association. The Duke of Connaught presided. Sir Kobert his speech said:—The German militarists
August 2, 1918 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England