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BRISTOL.

BRISTOL.

BRISTOL GRAMMAR SCROPE. A First-Grade School, founded 154 sad closely connected since its foundation the older Universities. in Ohs y»t ihresiYears Twenty &Wan ships or Exhibitions have been gained Oxford and Cambridge in Classics. Salk. =tics : Science. and History, — p u pri.;
November 22, 1924 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
LLANDAFF CATHEDRAL.

LLANDAFF CATHEDRAL.

Week ending November t9.—fn residence. the Very Nev. the DODO. Tea a.m. awe° Wildneidbre. Fridays. cad DM _all p.m. SD at al itErr BF/TORE ADVENT.—Eirbt Holy Communion. Eleven a.m.: Te and Seuedietus. Stainer in E Eat; Litany; anthem. All ye who weep ' (Goosed); hymns. WO and WI
November 22, 1924 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
NEITHER FORECAST FOR BRITISH COASTAL WATERS.

NEITHER FORECAST FOR BRITISH COASTAL WATERS.

&oboe* (Mouth of Channel to South-west Iramd).—Wind sOuthweeterly, moderate, becoming fresh or elmang; cloudy, occasional rain; visibility moderate or good; sea moderate to rough. Irisis • See and Ita, Omega's 4 Cliann;l. 'Wind south-westerly, strong to a gale; ciondy L ecoaslon
November 22, 1924 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
METEOROLOOICAL READINGS.

METEOROLOOICAL READINGS.

Meteor°lotion! obeervatkma taken at the Western Mail Ones, Cardiff. Tits position of the instrument is about 60ft above sea ti, ! .6 are taken et nine pan. sacks day. Friday. November 11, 1921. Norosooter ... 304 a IRenacmeter—mazhaam
November 22, 1924 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
HOPES TOR A WATERLOO.

HOPES TOR A WATERLOO.

"Wi;;; -. regard - 70 Match, which I hope, by the, way, to have the pleasure of Witnessing, I can only express the hope—as an old footballer myself—that it will be • clean and well-fought Natal, that the 'Fein side w:it win,' and that the Cardiff Anus Park, in accordance with it
November 22, 1924 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE TRUE COMPARISON

THE TRUE COMPARISON

'STRIKING TRIBUTE TO THE BRITISH WORKMAN. Sir Charles Ruthen, Director-General of Housing, writes to the " Western Mail" es follows: I have seen it stated in the press that the Dutch bricklayer lays 2,000 bricks per day as 'apinat B bricks laid by the British craftsman._ This st
November 22, 1924 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE PWLLBACH LEVEL,

THE PWLLBACH LEVEL,

In 1801 Daniel Harper came to the fore. He was a very enterprising and successful man, and in •1801 bougnt all tho collieries in the district. Ho found new andOveluable reams, which he worked by means of levels. One was opened in 180.5 and another in 1812 in the, Red Vein. 3ft.
November 22, 1924 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
TIME AND TIDE."

TIME AND TIDE."

Musicians will alloy the pen•plcture of Herbert Fryer, the famous pianist, which Is given under "Personalities and Powers' in this week's Moue of "Time and Tide." In the same issue Mr. nt. John Erma writes his second article on 'The New 71ster." Whoever want/ a clear account of
November 22, 1924 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
CARDIFF TAR onicF.

CARDIFF TAR onicF.

important re.organisation of tax collecting adminietration in Cardiff will take place on Monday next. At the present time the offices for the whole of the six districts have been honied in three separate buildings, but front Monday the whole of the of Cardiff will be dealt with
November 22, 1924 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
NORM WALES EDRION.

NORM WALES EDRION.

The Weakest% Mal out all North Wake %was and Alarm In Mr tam brakfase able.
November 22, 1924 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales