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4ND ADVERTISERS' GUIDE, 

CONTAINING PAIITICULA.RS OP EVERY 

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SEV£NTY-SECOND ANNUAL ISSUE. 



1917. 



C. MITCHELL AND CO., LIMITED, 

1 & 2, SNOW HILL, HOLBORN VIADUCT, LONDON, E.G. 

Telegraphic Address : "PUBLICITE, CENT, LONDON." Telephone: City, 7843 (4 Lines). 



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THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



THREE WELL-KNOWN NEWSPAPERS 

NEWSPAPERS THAT GIVE RESULTS. 



Three 
Newspapers. 

Morning 
Evening 
and 
Weekly 

Unequalled 
For all 
Purposes 
And all 
Classes. 



THE YORKSHIRE POST. 



(Establislxed 1754.) 



Known throughout Great Britain as ^Ixe 
- - newspaper, - - 

"TWIXT TRENT AND TWEED." 



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YORKSHIRE EVENING POST. 



(E:s«ai,bllal«ed 1890.) 



The leading Evening Paper in the County, 
with a circulation far in excess of that of any 
other Evening Paper published in Yorkshire. 



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YORKSHIRE WEEKLY POST 



(ISstablislied XTS4.) 



A newspaper Magazine, circulating extensively 
amongst the educated and well-to-do classes in 
Yorkshire and the North of England, 



These Newspapers should occupy first 
place on the lists of all Advertisers. 



Head Vffices: ALBION STREET and BOND STREET, LEEDS. 
LONDON : 171. FLEET STREET. 

Manager and Publisher: J. E. THORNTON. 



CONTENTS, 1917. 



PAGE 

PUBLISHERS' ADDRESS - 3 

SPECIAL ARTICLES. 

Empire Trade Tendencies - 5 

Things that Matter in Ad- 
vertising. By Geo. Edgar 9 

The Trend of the Modern 
Press 1^ 

The Legal Year in its Rela- 
tion TO THE Press. By 
Sir Hugh Eraser, ll.d. - 22 

NEWSPAPER OBITUARIES. 

The Late Mr. A.'F. Asher, j.p. 25 
The Late Mr. David 

Edwards, j.p. 26 

The Late Mr. J. T. Forman 27 

The Late Mr. J. C. Francis 28 

The Late Mr. John Hartley 29 

W t The Late Mr. William 

■ ^ Woods Mitchell - - - - 30 

The Late Sir Walter 

Vaughan Morgan, Bart. - 31 

INDEXES. 

Complete British Alphabet- 
ical 32 

British Newspapers - - - 47 
British Newspapers under 

Each County 53 

British Class Papers and 

Periodicals 61 

Daily Papers of the United 

Kingdom "^^ 



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BRITISH NEWSPAPER PRESS. 



London Daily Newspapers 
London Sunday Newspapers 
London Weekly and Fort- 
nightly Newspapers - - 
London Suburban News- 
papers 

English Provincial News- 
papers -------- 

Scottish Newspapers - - - 
Irish Newspapers - - - - 

British Isles N ewspapers - - 

MAGAZINES, REVIEWS AND 
PERIODICALS OF THE 
UNITED KINGDOM - - 

NEWS SERVICE AGENCIES - 
THE NEWSPAPER SOCIETY 
PRESS PHOTOGRAPHERS - 
COMMERCIAL ART STUDIOS 
ENGRAVERS & ELECTROTYPERS 



79 
81 

81 

94 

101 
191 
207 
217 



219 

281 
283 
285 
289 
293 



PAGE 

BRITISH OVERSEAS DOM- 
INIONS AND FOREIGN 
SECTION 295 

{For complete Index to British Overseas 

Dominions and Foreign Section, see 

page 297.) 

SPECIAL ARTICLES. 

Inter-Imperial Trade - - - 299 
Table Showing Value of 
German Exports to British 
Dominions in 1913 - - - 304 
Table Showing Value of 
British Trade with Over- 
seas Dominions and For- 
eign Countries in 1915 - 305 
The Imports of Australia 306 
The Trade of New Zealand 359 
The Import Trade of British 

South Africa 3^7 

The Import Trade of Canada 395 
Trade of the West Indies - 415 
The Trade of India - - - 425 

BRITISH OVERSEAS DOM- 
INIONS PRESS. 

Australian Papers - - - - 317 
New Zealand Papers - - - 367 
South African Papers - - 383 
West and East African 

Papers ^^^ 

Canadian Papers . - - - 405 
Papers of the West Indies - 421 

Indian Papers 433 

Papers of the Straits Settle- 
ments 4^2 

Papers of other British 
Possessions ^^^ 

UNITED STATES PRESS - 446 
FOREIGN PRESS - - 455 

ADVERTISEMENTS. 

London Newspapers - 487 & 555 
Provincial Newspapers 512 «fe 557 
Scottish Newspapers - 540 & 581 
Irish Newspapers - - 546 & 583 
Magazines & Periodicals 550 & 585 
British Dominions and For- 
eign 5^^ 

INDEX TO MISCELLANEOUS 
ADVERTISEMENTS "^^ 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



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THE HOUSE 

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ITS SERVICE 

TO 

ADVERTISERS. 




TO-DAY advertising is coming into its own. Powers that have 
hitherto neglected the persuading force of publicity are now 
raising armies of men and women and millions of money 
through its aid. The value of the printed word as the quickest 
and most effective means of spreading information no longer remains 
in doubt. Applied to national needs or to the wider realms of 
commerce its influence on public action is unquestioned. 



In our business as advertising agents, we 
have done much to demonstrate the value of 
pubhcity. During the 80 years since our busi- 
ness was foimded, we have assisted many firms 
to rise to positions of national importance and 
their names to become household words. It 
has been our privilege to act as advisers on 
advertising policy and carry out publicity con- 
tracts for companies and associations of world- 
wide renown, who readily acknowledge the 
value of our services. 



c. 



The excellent results obtained in important 
advertising campaigns we have recently con- 
ducted, are mainly due to the fact that our 
service is based on a long and imique exper- 
ience of advertising practice and a first hand 
knowledge of the value of media, which we 
may truly claim to be unrivalled. 

Our services— experienced, conscientious and 
intin^ately personal — are available to any adver- 
tiser who desires to increase his business on sound, 
commercial Unes. Correspondence invited. 



Co., Ltd. 



ADVERTISINO 




MITCHELL & 

(Founded 1837). 

British, Overseas Dominions and Foreign Advertising Agents, 
Mitchell House, 1 & 2, Snow Hill, LONDON, E.G. 



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PUBLISHERS' ADDRESS. 



The issue of the 1917 edition of The Newspaper Press Directory finds the newspaper world 
in the grLtrcrisis of its history. During the greater part of 1^16, newspapers "carn^ 
with greater heroics than profit, but towards the end of the year the withdrawal of men for military 
rervicf and the restrictions placed on the import of paper caused considerable disturbance, and radical 
changes have had to be made to meet the new%onditions. Papers have gf^«^^"y ^,««!^/^^"«,«^J" ^ ?«' 
4 and 6 page journals taking the place of 8 and 10 page papers, and no less than 165 dailies and weeklies 
have increased their price. 

Among the more notable price advances were The Tim^,s and the Morning Post, which are now 2d 
The D^hMail The Daily Mirror and Daily Sketch, now U. In spite of the paper shor age it has 
bltouW-^^^^^ a new Sunday paper, The Nati^al Ne.., -d mention must also be made 

of The Sunday Evening Telegram, which first appeared on September 14th l^}^ The only other 
new papers calling iov mention are Food and Flying, two new weeklies highly significant of the times 
in which we are living. , , , i- i 

As may be expected the newspaper death-roll for the year is a heavy one, although comparatively 
few of ^e bettor-known journals have failed to survive. The Standard, after a chequered career of 60 
virs .^me to a stop on March 16th, and the other daily journals to cease publication were The Hudder- 
ITcZniXuFNeu^castle Evening Mail, and The Ulster Echo. Among the weeklies, Keenes Bath 
Journal, founded as far back as 1742, has also been withdrawn. 

The condition of trade after the war continues to be an absorbing topic, and the important pro- 
nouncements o? the Paris conference are expected to have great influence on the future « J[^-^;«-^^ 
The development of closer Imperial relations has for many years been a ^^^^ure of our leadmg art.cles^^^^^ 
in this issue "Empire Trade Tendencies," which discusses the new commercial links that are being formed 
Tetween Great Britain and the Overseas Dominions, will be found to contain interesting particulars 
regarding the opportunities for British merchants throughout the l^mpire to-aay. 

Other articles which deserve the closest study and attention of the J^jJ^^I;, ^^P^[*^^C W^^^^^ 
"Inter-Imperial Trade " and the " Import Trade of Australia, New Zealand, So^t^..-^^"*^' ^^™' JJ^^^^ 
Indies aTlndia." In these articles, the increases in foreign imports are carefully ^.^^lyj^J, statisti^ 
are compared, and instances given where British trade may be profitably enlarged Not the least 
importaTfeatire of this series of articles is the table of tariffs on imports, set out side by side with the 
preference accorded to goods of British origin. 

In an interesting article on "Things that Matter in Advertising,'; Mr. George Edg^^/^y^^^I.^^^^^^^ 
happeninc^s of the world of publicity during the past eventful year, and similarly the article The Trend 
SeMo"de?n Press "records some of the unprecedented difficulties whch newspapers have ^een cal ed 

upon to fa'r The law cases of interest to NeLpaP-rT^r r'/l'rTL S t'^hTLegaT Y a 
Courts for decision during the year are ably reviewed by Sir Hugh Fraser, LL.D., in ihe Legal lear 

in its Eelation to the Press." 

The obituary list for the past year is again a full one, and the passing of "« l^ss than seven notable 
newspaper proprietors has to be recorded in this issue. They include Mr A F. Asher, JP of The 
l^rl^MvltiL and County Times; Mr. David Edwards J.P., oi The NoUvngham ^^^^ f ^^^^.^/^r 
J T.^Forman, of The mttingham Ghutrdian ; Mr. J C. Francis, of ^he fthm^Bum^m.Jn^^^^^ 
The Brighouse Echo; Mr. W. W. Mitchell, of The West Sussex Gazette, and Sir Waltei Vaughan 
Morgan, Bart., of The Chemist and Druggist and The Ironmonger. 

The lists of papers published in the United Kingdom and in the ^"tish Dom^^^^^^^^^^^ 
have, as usual, undergone thorough revision, the numerous changes ^^^^^^^g P^^^^Eu^^^^^^^^ 
recorded up to date of publication. In the foreign section, the press of all neutral fujopean stato^^ 
South American Republics and other Foreign countries, has .^een carefd ly rev.ed and the will 

be found the most complete and up-to-dato guide to the Foreign Press of the world that is Publisheci. 

As the Directory shows there are at the present time 2,366 Newspapers m the Unitod Kingdom, 
distribulVt'^Sr^Lrdon, within the poLl radius 451, of ^^^'^^1^1^^%,^'^^^'^ 
7 evening dailies : the English and Welsh provinces, including localized issues, J'*^°' ^^ J^^^^,. 7. 
are morifng, and 81 eveni^ dailies; ScotJnd, 254, including f ^^sl ^Is 1 of ^th 5 
Ireland. 186, including 10 morning and 6 evenmg daihes; the British Isles, 1/, ot wnicn o 

are dailies. , . ^ . ^, 

In conclusion we desire to off-er once again our sincere thanks to the proprietors of the many 
Newspapers Cgazikerand other p who have so kindly and promptly given their assistance 

inThTrevfsion of thTs issue. The generous co-operation has been of great service m enabling us to 
Lint!.irTthis the srnty-second^nnual editifn of The Newspaper Press Directory, the high 
standard of accuracy for which the work is universally known. 

We shall be pleased to receive, for insertion in our next edition, particulars of new pubhcations 
as they appear, and notice of any alterations in the journals already included in this issue. 

MarcK 1917, ^' MITCHELL & CO., LTD. 



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THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 









The 



Greatest 

FORCE 



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Advertising 



EMPIRE TRADE TENDENCIES. 



NEW COMMERCIAL LINKS BETWEEN GREAT BRITAIN AND 

OVERSEAS DOMINIONS. 



Another year has passed, and although it appears 
certain that the world war is now entering its final 
phase he would be a bold prophet who would ven- 
ture to predict when the sword will be sheathed and 
peace trading conditions again resumed. When 
that day arrives, however, a new commercial world 
will have been created. The old map of Europe 
will have been recast, and the Overseas Dominions, 
geographically so far distant from the Mother Country 
will be in spirit closer to Great Britain than ever 
before. The revelation which has been made during 
the past two and a half years of the strength of 
the links which bind the scattered portions of the 
Empire, will prove in years to come one of the great 
assets which we have wrested out of the war. The 
proof given by the gallant sons of Australasia and 
Canada that they were willing to stand shoulder to 
shoulder in defence of the ideals for which the Great 
War has been waged, the loyal stand made in South 
Africa against foes without and rebellion within 
their own territory, the lavish contributions of India 
in men and money to the common cause ; all these 
things have made a profound difference in the rela- 
tions of the Overseas Dominions to the Mother 
Country. The fact that Colonial interests were 
directly represented at the Paris Conference at which 
commercial subjects were under discussion, and the 
calling of the Imperial Conference in London are 
other signs of the new spirit which has been aroused. 

The Test of War. 

The British Empire tested in the fiery furnace of 
war will emerge stronger than of old, and truer to 
the great ideals which underlie the meaning of Em- 
pire than ever before. We stand at the dawn of a 
new era, but who can doubt that in peace as in war 
we shall still have to fight for our existence. The 
end of the conflict between the armed forces will 
witness the beginnings of a commercial war that will 
be waged with all the ruthlessness of which the 
enemy is known to be capable. There will be an 
exhibition on the part of Germany of " f rightfulness " 
in commerce. This will not be the only handicap. 
Some of the neutral nations, of which the United 
States is the outstanding example, have by our 
forced abstention from many overseas markets in- 
creased their hold on commercial territories in which 
Great Britain has long held the first place. It will 



be necessary to reckon with powerful competition 
from these nations during the next few years. To 
a certain extent we must reconstruct our commerce. 
The disintegration of British trade arising out of 
war conditions will make it necessary to rebuild 
the commercial edifice, and the first and most urgent 
duty will be to see that the foundations are well 
and truly laid. 

There is general agreement, even though there 
are differences of opinion as to the precise means to 
be adopted, that the trade relations of the Empire 
must be put on a new basis. In the easy casual 
days before the Great War threw the destinies of 
the Empire into the melting pot we had gone a long 
way in the direction of squandering a splendid trade 
heritage. With every incentive to closer relations 
between Great Britain and the Dominions over- 
seas we had tenaciously clung to old trade fetishes 
which had ceased to appeal to our brethren over- 
seas, and were allowing through the operation of 
the policy of the open door our bitterest and most 
unscrupulous trade rivals to attain a position in 
Empire trade which was a discredit to all political 
parties. The large trade transacted by Germany 
in Great Britain and the increasing percentage of 
the import trade which Germany had built up with 
the Dominions was beginning to assume the dimen- 
sions of a scandal. Happily the volume of Imperial 
Preference which has now been outlined shows that 
we are at the beginning of a new commercial era. 

Australasia. 

In the days before the war Australia imported 
from foreign sources over 36 per cent, of her total 
purchases overseas. The total imports from the 
United Kingdom as the country of origin were only 
50 per cent. In the case of New Zealand, the showing 
from the Empire standpoint was much better, the 
imports from foreign sources being only 18-5 per 
cent, of the total, while imports from the United 
Kingdom as the country of shipment were 59-6 per 
cent. The export trade of Australia with the United 
Kingdom represented a percentage of 39-8 ; with 
other parts of the British Empire 21-3 per cent., and 
with foreign countries 38-9 per cent., a proportion 
almost equal to the total trade transacted with the 
United Kingdom. New Zealand again makes a 
much better return in Empire trade, no less than 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



77-5 per cent, of the export trade being the share 
of the United Kingdom, 17-2 per cent, representing 
the trade with other parts of the Empire, leaving 
only 5-3 per cent, as the share of foreign countries. 

These figures are somewhat noteworthy, and they 
reflect the remarkable position in world commerce 
won by Australasia. It is indeed a tribute to the 
trading ambitions of these Dominions that isolated 
as they are from the rest of the world by great 
expanses of ocean, and thus cut off from the world's 
markets, they have succeeded in building up a foreign 
trade which, measured per head of population, occu- 
pies the first position in a comparative table. The 
figures compiled by the Commonwealth Statistical 
Department show a total for New Zealand per head 
of £39-3 ; for Australia of £33-8 as compared with 
£32-3 for the United Kingdom. That communities 
so young in the commercial sense should have suc- 
ceeded in winning this pre-eminent position is sug- 
gestive of a great trading future in which the Em- 
pire as a whole should take an even more dominant 
part. Extending the survey for a moment to the 
field of competitive trade it may be pointed out 
that the imports into these Dominions include many 
classes of products, of which the chief are petroleum, 
sugar, tea, coffee and rice, in which the United 
Kingdom does not compete. It is probably a safe 
estimate that the share of the United Kingdom in 
the importation of competitive manufactured mer- 
chandise into Australia is over 60 per cent, of the 
maximum while in the case of New Zealand it exceeds 
70 per cent. There is no reason now that the trials 
of the war have shaken the home manufacturer out 
of his old lethargy why these percentages should not 
be increased. 

The German Canker. 

Australia is already doing her share, not only to 
kill the German canker in Empire trade, but to 
improve the commercial relations with the United 
Kingdom. The Government recently took action 
to prevent the sale in the Commonwealth of enemy 
goods imported before the war. The policy pursued 
in connection with the Australian ore trade which 
was formerly in the hands of German manufacturers 
is also typical of the attitude of this great Dominion 
towards enemy trade. The German contracts with 
the Broken Hill Companies have been definitely 
broken, and the German cjntrol of the Australian 
mining industry is now at an end. In future this 
trade will as far as possible be retained within the 
limits of the Empire and should render us entirely 
independent of foreign sources of supply of zinc. 
In other directions the Government is laying plans 
for industrial development in order to eliminate 
from the future records of the Commonwealth the 
long list of German imports which in the year 1913 
represented a total value of over £7,000,000. This 
figure if not large from the monetary point of view, 
yet, according to a statement made on the authority 
of the Australian Association of British Manufac- 
turers, indicates that from the standpoint of 
population Australia has been in the past one of 
Germany's best customers. Another point to which 
attention has been recently directed in Australia is 
the revelation given in commercial statistics of the 
gradual surrender by Great Britain to the United 



States of the machinery and metal trades, a ten- 
dency which although accentuated by war trading 
conditions cannot be entirely assigned to this cause, 
as America has long held an important place in this 
field. 

Preference and Tariff. 

Some definite ideas are now emerging as to the 
new tariff which was first under discussion three 
years ago. While opinion is still divided on some 
points and the subject is admittedly one of great 
complexity there is general agreement in favour of 
a protected tariff framed to give preferential treat- 
ment to Empire goods and those of the Allied nations, 
and to fix duties on a different scale for goods coming 
from neutral and enemy countries. 

It will be no simple task to fix tariffs which will 
effect the desired discrimination, but Australia is 
apparently resolved to make the attempt. What 
can be achieved by preferential treatment may be 
gathered from the report of the Trade Commissioner 
to the Commonwealth who pointed out that the 
preference given to goods of United Kingdom origin 
affected over 93 per cent, of the imports classified 
as competitive merchandise. 

In New Zealand where the past year has been one 
of phenomenal prosperity, owing to the fact that the 
improvement in selling prices has far outsoared the 
rise in manufacturing costs, it is United States and 
Japanese manufacturers who have mainly benefited 
by the change in the trade currents, and although 
the coming of peace will present many opportuni- 
ties to British manufacturers if an active policy is 
pursued it would be foolish to overlook the fact 
that American manufacturers are not likely to be 
ousted from the great hold they have secured of 
certain branches of trade without a great struggle. 
It cannot be doubted that the demand for dairy 
machinery and refrigerating plant will be on an 
increasing scale, and as the refrigerating machinery 
trade has hitherto been mainly dominated by British 
firms there are good grounds for hope that this in- 
dustry can be materially expanded. 

South Africa. 

The commercial activities of South Africa are in 
vivid contrast with those of Australasia. Although 
other industries are making progress South Africa 
has hitherto depended upon the export of gold, and 
to a certain extent the criticism that this represents 
living upon capital is justified. A satisfactory 
feature from the point of view of the Empire is the 
large percentage of the total trade transacted with 
the United Kingdom. This percentage for the 
year 1913 was 76-5. At that period practically all 
the gold exports as well as the diamonds were shipped 
to the United Kingdom, raising the share of the trade 
with the Mother Country on the export side to 88-5 
per cent. Of the imports 36 per cent, came from 
the United Kingdom, and this figure appears even 
more striking when compared with the exports from 
the United Kingdom to other Empire markets. A 
comparison of the figures shows that they stand on 
the same level as those to Canada and are two-thirds 
of those to Australia, 

Another feature to which attention may be directed 
is the considerable proportion of the import trade 



EMPIRE TRADE TENDENCIES. 



of South Africa which is held by other Overseas 
Dominions. The first place is held by Australia, 
but the import trade with Canada promises to 
assume considerable dimensions as in addition to 
food stuffs and timber, South Africa was before the 
war purchasing agricultural implements and other 
machinery from the Dominion. The course of trade 
last year was somewhat remarkable and the higher 
prices obtained for commodities figuring in both 
the import and export lists have been the subject 
of much comment. The rise in the price of wool 
has materially benefited the farming industry. The 
phenomenal increase in the export of diamonds to 
America, and of blasting compounds to Australia, 
has considerably improved the financial situation, 
and the only one of the staple industries which has 
not yet recovered from the shock of war is the ostrich 
feather trade. The large purchases of wool by the 
United States replace those formerly made by Ger- 
many. An interesting development is the demand 
which has arisen in the United States for mohair for 
which South Africa in the past had only the British 
market. 

A careful study of the situation indicates that it 
is the American and not the German manufacturer 
who in this instance is likely to be the chief obstacle 
to an increase of inter-Empire trade after the war. 
At the same time there are grounds for hope that if 
the necessary attention is given by the British manu- 
facturer to the special needs of the South African 
market the large proportion of the total trade which 
is transacted between the limits of the Empire can 
be increased. It is hoped that the question of 
reforming the tariff will receive attention as there 
is good ground for the criticism which has often been 
made that the preference given to goods of United 
Kingdom origin has not hitherto been applied to 
the best advantage. No student of South Africa 
can fail to realise that the birth of the new trading 
era will be associated with a large demand on the 
part of South Africa for machinery of all kinds and 
this at least is a department in which the home 
manufacturer ought to make his position secure. 

Canada. 

The tour of the British manufacturing districts 
which was made by the Canadian Trade Commis- 
sioners last summer should do much to assist in 
strengthening the trade bonds with the Dominion. 
The opportunity given by this tour of coming to 
close grips with commercial problems is likely to 
prove of the greatest value as the Commissioners 
made it clear that their object was not only to extend 
Canadian trade, but to enable Great Britain to 
supply them with the goods Canada formerly pur- 
chased from enemy countries. In comparison with 
Australasia and South Africa the total percentage 
of the trade transacted by the United Kingdom with 
Canada before the war was comparatively small, 
being in ijound figures 30 per cent. In reading these 
figures the influence exercised by the facilities for 
trade with the United States must not be overlooked. 
In any case, however, the figures allow room for 
a considerable expansion of the commercial rela- 
tions between the Dominion and the Mother Country, 
and it is certain that the revelation given by the 



war of the enormous capacity of Canada for in- 
creased production in many branches of industry 
must bring about a change in imperial trade policy. 

The feeling that the resources of the Overseas 
Dominions should be developed for the benefit of the 
Empire as a whole may have a profound influence 
upon the future course of Canadian trade. In the 
past Canada exported large quantities of nickel, the 
refining of which has been in the hands of United 
States interests and through that source reached 
Germany and other foreign countries. There is no 
adequate reason why the refining of nickel should 
not become a great domestic industry in Canada. 
Already a start has been made with the refining 
industry, and factories have been established for 
the manufacture of explosives on a large scale. 
Large consignments of fish have also been sent to 
Europe, and it is hoped that the revelations thus 
given may lead to the establishment of a permanent 
overseas trade. 

The prospect of obtaining from Canada a larger 
proportion of food imports and of raw materials 
for home industries is an attractive one, and the 
heavy exports of food supplies of which the trade in 
fish referred to is only one example, indicates that 
with the necessary transportation facilities a material 
increase in our purchases from Canada could be 
effected, while the development of the agricultural 
industry which would thus be brought about should 
open up a large market for British machinery manu- 
facturers. The war has demonstrated in a most 
remarkable manner the dependence which the 
United Kingdom must place for necessary supplies 
upon Canada and the other Overseas Dominions, 
and although the abnormal shipments in connection 
with war contracts are far in excess of what might 
be expected under ordinary conditions the demon- 
stration given of the capacity of the Dominion to 
supply the vital needs of the Mother Country must 
have a permanent effect on trade development in 
Canada. 

Newfoundland. 

The charge of neglect in connection with Empire 
trade applies perhaps with greater force to New- 
foundland, the oldest of the Overseas Dominions, 
than to any other British possession. This is the 
more remarkable as the external trade per head 
of population was in the period immediately 
preceding the war almost on an equality with that 
of Canada. 

The staple industries are of course fishing, mining 
and forestry, and an annual export trade of over 
£3,000,000 has been built up. With the exception 
of fish, the local production of foodstuffs falls far 
short of the home demand, and of the import trade, 
valued at £3,330,000 in the year before the war, 
foodstuffs, in which cereals bulk largely, represent 
one-fourth. That is a trade in which the Mother 
Country cannot participate, but there are excellent 
opportunities for extending our hold on Newfound- 
land in imports of manufactured goods. 

A point to which special attention may be directed 
is the comparatively rapid expansion of the import 
trade during the past ten years, the jump in the last 
decade being from a value of £2 millions a yeq,r 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



to £3-3 millions, and this development is the more 
noteworthy as it has been accomplished without 
any proportionate increase in population. The 
share of the United Kingdom in the import trade 
of the Dominion is less than in the case of other parts 
of the Empire for the reasons which apply to Canadian 
trade, i.e., the proximity to a great manufacturing 
country like the United States. The share of the 
Empire as a whole in Newfoundland trade is now 
about 62 per cent., of which Canada contributes 
over 30 per cent, and the United Kingdom about 
27 per cent. An unsatisfactory feature which is 
revealed in comparative statistics is that the share 
of the import trade transacted by Canada tends to 
decrease, and in this case the loss of Canada represents 
the gain of the United States, which is practically 
the only foreign country which has gained any hold 
on Newfoundland trade. In past years the United 
Kingdom suffered from the disadvantage that less 
than one-fourth of her trade was in goods included 
in the free import list. This arises from the fact that 
Newfoundland imports foodstuffs to so large an 
extent, a trade tendency which reveals itself in the 
high percentage of duty free imports from Canada 
and the United States. British manufacturers 
have a firm hold of the textile trade, and in con- 
junction with Canada and her great neighbour fill 
the demand from Newfoundland for hardware and 
machinery. 

In other directions there has undoubtedly been 
a certain want of enterprise, and even if the field open 
in Newfoundland is not so large or important as 
others open to the Empire trader, the Dominions 
Royal Commission which was investigating the ques- 
tion on the spot at the time of the outbreak of war 
expressed the opinion that the combined field 
comprised in the lands lying on the eastern sea- 
board of British North America presented no in- 
considerable opportunity to the home manufacturer 
and merchant who could, if they elected to prosecute 
a vigorous campaign, regain much of the commerce 
which has been captured by the United States. 

Whether Newfoundland can increase its export 
trade with Canada, the United Kingdom and the 
Empire depends largely on the ability to develop 
new industries. The present share of the United 
Kingdom is a little over 20 per cent. 

The export trade in fish will probably continue 
to be transacted with South .\merica and with Spain, 
Portugal and Italy, but the timber and auxiliary 
trades and the paper industry can doubtless be ex- 
panded within the Empire, and it is certain that the 
hematite iron ores, of which there are important 
deposits at Bell Island, ought to be largely used 
in the iron and steel industries of the United Kingdom 
and Canada. A very necessary reform from the 
commercial standpoint is better steamship com- 
munication with the United Kingdom, and the 
subject should receive immediate attention after 
the war. 

India. 
In the case of India the percentage of the total 
trade transacted with the United Kingdom under 
normal conditions is 42-5. The effect of the war 
has been to raise this share to over 46 per cent., and 
even eliminating the effect of price variation the 



volume of exports has materially increased. As com- 
pared with the previous year there was for 1915-16 
an increase in the trade with America from 8 to 11 
per cent., but the trade with Germany and other 
European countries declined from 26 per cent, in 
the pre-war period to 11 per cent. The strong place 
held by the United Kingdom in Indian trade can be 
improved, and the possibilities of a greater Empire 
trade with India are certainly encouraging. For 
the financial year 1915-16 the total trade with the 
Empire represented 60 per cent, of the whole. One 
fact stands out in an analysis of the export trade. 
It has hitherto been usual for Indian produce and 
manufactures to be exported to countries outside 
the Empire, but for the year in question the exports 
consigned to the British Empire registered a material 
improvement. It is a tendency which is to be fos- 
tered in every possible way. Much is hoped from 
the work of the Commission which has been ap- 
pointed to consider matters in relation to the ex- 
pansion and development of Indian manufactures 
and industries in order to break the absolute de- 
pendence upon agriculture. The war has brought 
into high relief the importance of formulating a 
definite policy for the encouragement of new in- 
dustries, and the next few years should see a material 
broadening of the bases of Indian commerce. 

Forging the Links. 

In this necessarily brief review of the outlook for 
improved Imperial trade no reference has been made 
to the labour problem. In the United Kingdom 
the experimental stage of dilution and the employ- 
ment of women in industry has been passed, and 
assuming that labour is willing to realise where its 
own interests lay, a large increase in the British 
manufacturing output is assured. In the Overseas 
Dominions other methods may have to be adopted. 
This, however, is certain, that the end of the war 
and the gradual demobilisation of the armed forces 
will be accompanied by a great stream of emigration 
to the Dominions of young men who, having been 
tested by the stress of war, and made to realise the 
meaning of Empire, will be anxious to seek destiny 
in the great lands overseas, whose freedom they in 
common with the men of the Dominions have helped 
to secure. Hundreds of thousands of young and 
active men will never be content to return to the 
desks and office stools which they relinquished when 
the call to arms came. Their old occupation will 
be left to the substitute labour which occupied them 
during the war. They will feel the call of Empire ; 
and the men of Australia and New Zealand, of 
Canada and the other Dominions with whom they 
have fought side by side on the blood-stained fields 
of Flanders and Gallipoli will welcome their help in 
the development of the unrivalled resources of the 
lands overseas. The insular habits and prejudices 
of a generation have been broken down, and more 
than ever before in our long island story have we 
learned the true meaning of the phrase, one flag, 
one Empire. 



An importavt article on Infer-Imperial 
Trade appears on page 299. 



THINGS THAT MAITER IN ADVERTISING. 



By GEO. EDGAE. 



Another eventful year has passed and advertising 
men have had to bear their share of the burden ot 
the war, which tends to increase as the struggle 
lengthens out in time. At the time of the outbreak 
of war there was panic in the advertising trade. 
Orders were cancelled right and left, advertisers 
ceased to advertise, the publicity columns of news- 
papers emptied, and many agents found business 
virtually at a standstill. AH that is a thing of the 
past — indeed, the restless period of excitement and 
uncertainty had ended by the Easter of 1915. Trade 
again began to look normal, and on the surface, the 
conditions appeared to be very much the same. 
The truth is the early scuttle in advertising circles 
was the movement of panic-stricken interests. That 
kind of feehng or action has entirely disappeared. 
On the other hand, this does not mean that advertis- 
ing is not still face to face with war problems or 
that all is " set fair " in our ranks. The early 
difficulties of the war were obvious and of our own 
making. 

Superficially, we have closed our ranks and, judged 
on superficialities alone, advertising operations seem 
to go on as usual. Quietly arising out of the war 
have grown many difficulties for advertising traders, 
difficulties scarcely foreseen at the outset and arising 
in the main out of the gradual tightening of Govern- 
ment control over the man-power, the transport 
facilities and the productive powers of this country. 
Organisation oi this country for war came at first 
slowly and imperceptibly. Men were taken on the 
instalment plan. Beyond the abolition of cheap 
travelling facilities, things remained much the same 
on our railways and steamships. Factories were 
quietly transformed, but the effects were not immedi- 
ately shown. So on, all along the line. The end of 
the year 1916, however, has shown all the movements 
towards closer national organisation quickening in 
intensity and tightening their hold. More and more 
men have had to take service under the Government, 
and at a quicker rate of absorption until labour has 
become a problem only partially solved by the intro- 
duction of women workers. There is more and more 
a national call on our transport facilities. Railways 
stripped of their man-power to the barest efficiency 
limit and choked with the movement of troops and 
war material, have had to discourage civilian traffic 
as much as possible and also, in a large measure, to 
exercise a selective power over the goods carried. 
The submarine warfare of our enemies, the possi- 
bilities of which were underrated, with our first 
successful movements against them, have heightened 
the difficulty of overseas transport. Many classes 
of material concerned with the manufacture of goods 
sold by advertising have either become scarce or 
there has been a difficulty in maintaining supplies. 
On the newspaper side of advertising, there has 



been the difficulty of obtaining paper supplies. The 
increasing control of industries capable of being 
transformed and used exclusively for the production 
of war material in one form or another, has put many 
advertisers out of action. Taxation on the one hand, 
and restriction of imports on the other, has also 
made many industries difficult to carry on. The 
most remarkable feature of 1916 has been the way 
the ramifications of the war, working like new nerves 
in the industrial body, have quietly forced their way 
through the national life until they touch every 
interest more and more and continue to do so in the 
most unexpected manner and at the most unlikely 
angles. 

iTet, admitting the difficult conditions, advertising 
as a trade has done well during the trying year 1916, 
and the new conditions have been met, and the new 
problems solved, as they have arisen. Whole 
classes of advertising have had to drop out, or to 
mark time, but new classes of advertising have 
arisen to take their places. The motor trades, for 
instance, working almost exclusively for the military 
and flying services, have not been able to supply, in 
most cases. Yet the great houses making cars which 
by their excellence have a goodwill value in their 
names, continue to advertise to keep those names 
before the public. Not an uncommon feature of the 
year has been car advertising stating that the various 
firms could not supply, but advocating purchasers to 
take a place on the waiting list against the coming 
of the days when the industries concerned will return 
to the making of a more familiar output. This 
advertising may be called investment m publicity 
for the preservation of valuable goodwill — a feature 
of the advertising of the year put out by other trades 
apart from those concerned with the motor interest. 
Other sources of revenue have dropped out alto- 
gether — notably much advertising concerned with 
pleasure or luxuries — a notable exception to this 
being the West End theatres which, in many cases, 
nowadays use columns where they once used inches, 
There is, however, no railway advertising to speak of 
for neither the authorities nor the railway companies 
are encouraging merely aimless travelling. The 
pleasure resorts, once representing a growing volume 
of advertising, end the year in a curious position. 
The whole of the East Coast towns have been put out 
of action as advertisers. On the contrary, South and 
West Coast resorts, with the exception of the sorely- 
stricken Isle of Man, have increased rather than 
slackened the advertising pace. Particularly may 
this be said of the " safe " towns, easily accessible 
from London or from the Great Midland and Northern 
industrial centres. The year, however, ends with 
another heavy blow to the pleasure resorts, with the 
announcement of further wholesale reductions of 
the number of trains run on every line, and an increase 



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in the cost of travelling, representing a rise of 50 
per cent, over ordinary fares. 

Another interesting and somewhat piquant aspect 
of advertising affairs in this country, as the war 
advances, has been the gradual elimination of many 
much advertised German proprietary articles and 
other goods. At first sight, this looked like reducing 
advertising revenue still further. In actual practice, 
firms at home started to produce similar articles 
to the German goods ousted by the war, and in this 
branch of trade there is quite a new race of advertisers 
prepared to show we can make and sell articles just 
as good as the once popular but row ousted German 
lines. Then war conditions have produced special 
campaigns. Soap packet sizes and their prices pro- 
duced a battle royal amongst the big manufacturers. 
Also, the increased tobacco duties, affecting the 
popular priced packets, have made new advertisers. 
The twenty for sixpence packet going up to eight- 
pence, left the way open for the introduction of a 
bigger, better cigarette at twenty for a shilling — the 
difference between the eightpence and the shilling 
not being so marked as the old difference between a 
shilling and sixpence. Quite a number of manu- 
facturers of the higher priced cigarette have become 
new advertisers running extensive campaigns, and 
the makers of the cheaper popular cigarettes, placed 
on the defensive, have had to quicken up their 
advertising operations too. 

The Government has continued to be one of the 
country's most considerable advertisers. Recruiting, 
under the present compulsory system, had to pass 
out of the Government advertising campaigns, but 
others, notably those designed to interest small 
investors in Government loan stock, and to divert 
specially skilled or suitable labour from one area 
to another, or to attract new grades of workers, 
have taken the place of recruiting campaigns. Not 
very favourable to the interests of the advertiser has 
been the Government " economy " campaign. We 
have had the anomalous situation of advertisers 
paying for space to be used in selling goods, and 
newspapers using their editorial columns in order to 
discourage the buying of anything but bare necessities. 
All this must have hit the luxury trades very badly. 
On the other hand, it has changed the character of 
much advertising. In clothes, foods, furniture, and 
beverages, the note in advertising to-day is value 
and the economy of obtaining the best value. Volun- 
tary economy not having apparently succeeded, 
the year ends with further prospect of Government 
control — notably in foodstuffs. This will affect 
many manufacturers of proprietary foods in the 
future. At the moment, the restaurant and hotel 
trade, with a restricted number of courses and 
maximum dinner and luncheon charges, has under- 
gone something of an upheaval. Last, in passing, 
we may note that while the luxury trades have 
suffered to a great extent, trades manufacturing 
and selling proprietary staples and necessities, and 
even minor luxuries for use in labouring, artisan and 
middle class homes, have done well on the year. 
There has been exceptional prosperity in the big 
industrial districts. Wages have been high, and 
workers are drawing good pay who formerly scarcely 
reached the subsistence level or had no place in 
industry at all. The appearance of the woman 



worker in ever increasing numbers has also introduced 
into social and business life a vast army of wage 
earners, which has in a measure balanced the with- 
drawal of so many men. On the whole, in this general 
survey of advertising, we may conclude by saying 
that despite difficulties, the volume of publicity has 
been well maintained, even if the available revenue 
has not reached the figures available in the last 
normal years of peace. 

In considering the effect of war on the advertising 
trade, a word might be said here on the position of 
that part of the trade that exists by serving the 
advertiser — the section made up by the advertising 
agents. The modern service agency was undoubtedly 
badly hit, in common with all the advertising 
interests, in the early days of the war. But the 
panic period only shook a few of the weaker agencies 
of little or no financial standing. The panic over, 
the agency system went on very much as usual. 
In the year 1916, advertising agents have had their 
difficulties, but few houses have found them incapable 
of solution. One of the serious difficulties has been 
the staff question. Advertising service has, in the 
past, employed many young men, valuable for their 
skill or exceptional experience. Advertising in its 
more modern aspects is quite a young business and 
was largely manned by youthful workers. Origin- 
ality needed on the creative side, activity in the out- 
door work, made advertising peculiarly a young 
man's profession or business. The withdrawal of so 
many men under the military age from advertising 
work to service in the army or navy, resulted in 
sadly depleted staffs and the process of depletion has 
not yet ended. Advertising has been proud of its 
sons in the service and the trade has given freely of 
its best, and probably in a higher proportion than 
any other closely organised body of skilled workers. 
Most of our best men did not wait for the call, but 
volunteered. All have willingly made personal 
sacrifices, which in many cases have been very 
heavy. There are gaps in many offices and many 
of them will never again be filled by those whose 
withdrawal created them. However, despite badly 
depleted staffs, the agencies have carried on admirably 
and at no time has better work been done for adver- 
tisers than the service agencies are giving to-day. 
Best of all, in reviewing the war record of the agency 
system, is the financial stability it has revealed. The 
early days of the war pruned out a number of firms 
who acted as agents, though they had no particular 
status either in the matter of experience or financial 
standing. Since then, the agency system has been 
wonderfully free from failure. This year, the failures 
are few and concerned only with firms but recently 
established. The great names associated with the 
business remain, and the solidity of their houses is a 
standing proof of the financial integrity of the 
representative agencies. 

Of advertising media it may be said that most of 
the journals that are household words to advertisers, 
have held their own during the year. A certain 
number of periodicals have disappeared but they have 
usually been obscure papers with but a precarious 
grip on life at the best of times. The most notable 
failures during the year were the disappearance of 
the Standard (London) and the Manchester Courier, 
both journals which once had a great claim on the 



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attention of advertisers. The daily newspapers j 
have mostly made circulation progress. The Times, 
in raising its price, confessed to a circulation of 
250,000, Both the D%ily Mail and the Daily News, 
declaring net sales, show big steps forward and have 
increased their rates. The success of the picture 
papers, the Daily Mirror and the Daily Sketch, from 
a circulation point of view, remains phenomenal. 
Evening paper circulations are up almost everywhere. 
The provincial press has also gained in prestige, 
owing to the abnormally prosperous conditions 
prevailing in the districts they serve. Sunday 
papers have well held their own, and have been 
amongst the most persistent advertisers during the 
year. The Sunday Pictorial and the Sunday Herald 
constantly advance their sales, and their keen and 
active rivalry, in the matter of booming features, 
has provided much interest for lookers-on at the 
game. The volume of advertising put behind Mr. 
Winston Churchill's articles in the Sunday Pictorial 
was very impressive — and incidentally made accept- 
able revenue for the newspapers carrying it. The 
Sunday Herald countered by widely advertising 
articles by Sir E. Carson and Mr. Hughes, the Aus- 
tralian Premier. Periodicals have also made notable 
successes in the matter of circulation. A notable 
advance in circulation has been made by John Bull, 
whose editor, Mr. Horatio Bottomley, now a mission- 
ary of Empire, is its best advertisement. Journals 
dealing with the lighter side of life, Punch, in its 
sphere without a rival, London Opinion and the 
Passing Show, seem to thrive on the war, notably the 
former which mostly advertises that all its available 
space is booked months in advance. The magazines 
have also conspicuously held their own — advances 
having been made, notably by the Strand Magazine, 
with Sir A. Conan Doyle's history of the earlier stages 
of the war as a feature, and the London Magazine, 
with special articles by Mr. Winston Churchill. 

At the end of the year, however, the whole business 
of newspaper and periodical publication has been 
dominated by the paper shortage. Indeed, the 
problem of many papers at the moment is not 
circulation building, for, on the circulation side, the 
paper shortage is fast reducing sales to a loss. On 
the whole, however, the advertiser has had no need 
to be dissatisfied with the quality of the media 
available. Bill-posting as a trade, which suffered 
badly in the early days of the war, has recovered 
itself and the hoardings look as well as ever, not only 
in London, but all over the country. On the other 
hand, all the miscellaneous trades depending on the 
many forms of lighted outdoor night advertising are 
still almost at a standstill. Indeed, while almost 
every form of advertising goes on as usual — or seem- 
ingly as usual — the stringent lighting restrictions 
which now affect most nearly the whole of the country 
have temporarily put an end to lighted signs and 
advertisements, not only in London, but in many of 
the great provincial centres too. Before passing on 
from our review of media as it exists to-day, we 
may note that the reduction in size of papers has had 
a curious effect from an advertising point of view. 
The smaller dailies and evenings have made the 
reduced journals open up positions for advertisers 
never before available, such as solus spaces in 
the main news pages, once rigidly preserved for 



editorial matter and jealously guarded against 
the intrusions of covetous advertising men. Speak- 
ing of positions and spaces, also, it is worth while 
recording that during the year the Morning Post 
capitulated to the modern note in advertising. 
Beginning on Monday, May 8th, after a preliminary 
advertising campaign, the Morning Post commenced 
to accept illustrated displayed advertisements. 
Practically, the Morning Post was the last London daily 
paper of any influence to adhere to the old tradition 
of placing obstacles in the way of the advertiser in 
the matter of display and illustration, remaining true 
to the old printing tradition of the " clean " page. 
To-day, the Morning Post is treating the advertiser 
as well as any other journal does, and its pages look 
better, rather than worse for the innovation. How 
much life well planned advertising gives to the 
physical appearance of a journal was proved by the 
unhappy experiment of a short lived evening paper, 
which left advertising out of its first issues altogether. 
The deathly appearance of the journal was common 
talk, even amongst the " lay " public. The modern 
newspaper, in our opinion, is better off in appearance 
when it carries a volume of well planned, displayed 
and illustrated advertising, despite the old editorial 
and printing tradition which went one better than 
the ancient proverb about little children, and insisted 
that advertisements should neither be seen nor 
heard. 

More and more concerning advertising men at the 
moment is the status of the advertising profession. 
While advertising has never stood higher in the 
estimation of men who understand — as witness one 
may cite the notable use made by the Government 
during the war of all the resources of modern publicity 
— it has not altogether been free from attacks or 
public utterances tending to depreciate its influence. 
The attitude at most of the tribunals considering 
the exemption of men with special claims, owing to 
their responsibilities, has generally been that adver- 
tising serves no useful purpose and that the country 
could well get on without it. This, despite the fact 
that advertising raised the great volunteer army, 
the huge Prince of Wales Fund, and later, the money 
required for the Lord Kitchener Memorial, and many 
great public loans. The same disparaging influences 
were at work about the time Mr. McKenna was 
considering his budget. Letters and speeches came 
from all sorts of unexpected quarters, suggesting that 
advertising should be taxed as a form of business 
extravagance, that might very well be discouraged. 
At one time, it did seem likely that advertising would 
not escape taxation, and a tax on various forms of 
out-door publicity was anticipated in many quarters. 
Fortunately, however, the rumours proved to be 
nothing more than incorrect guesses, based largely 
on the freedom with which the suggestion of taxation 
was made. At all events, advertising men have 
given much more attention to the idea of protective 
organisation this year, than they have ever done 
before, and wisely so, we consider, for at the year 
end the same suggestions are being freely made, 
and still preoccupy the attention of advertising men 
with foresight, who have the welfare of the business 
at heart. 

One of the interesting new protective movements 
was the formation of an Association of Advertising 



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Agents. The movement took shape on March 7 th, 
when at a representative meeting, it was decided to 
form the association and to invite all recognised 
British Agents to apply for membership. Mr. L. 0. 
Johnson (Messrs. C. Mitchell & Co., Ltd.), was 
elected President ; Mr. H. D. Crowther (Messrs. 
Mather & Crowther, Ltd.), Vice-president ; Mr. Lionel 
Jackson (Messrs. 6. Street & Co., Ltd.), Hon. Treasurer; 
and Mr. Philip Benson (Messrs. S. H. Benson, Ltd.), 
Hon. Secretary. One point made proving the 
necessity of such an organisation was that the 
Government, although spending large suras on adver- 
tising, has no representative body to which to turn 
for guidance and advice. The force of this sugges- 
tion was proved by the action of the Government in 
the New Year when the Chancellor of the Exchequer 
formed the Advisory Committee in connection with 
the advertising of the War Loan. Also, it was 
emphasised at the initial meeting that if advertising 
is to be taxed, advertising agents as a body should 
be able to lay their views on the subject before 
the Government. Another point emphasised was 
that in recent discussions between the Government 
and trades affected by the restrictions of imports 
of paper, the advertising agency interest was 
not represented. Last, a strong point was made 
of the desire of advertising agents to have a means 
of voicing their views in regard to trade policy after 
the war. One of the interesting decisions of the 
Association of British Advertising Agents, made 
during the year, was a formal resolution pledging 
the members of the body to protect and carry on 
the business of any member called up for active 
service. Quite a number of the principals in agency 
circles are under the age limit and are serving their 
country. There is no doubt the new association will 
be able to do much good work in improving the 
prestige of advertising generally and protecting the 
trade from the captious attacks on it made during 
the year. 

Of other movements destined to dignify the 
advertising idea and to lead to an increasing under- 
standing of the aims of advertising men amongst 
the general public, the idea of a chain of clubs with 
a central organisation has been rather swamped 
by the war. Most of the clubs called into exis- 
tence and doing such useful work in 1915 still 
exist, but there is no doubt the prolongation of the 
war has overshadowed their activities, though good 
propaganda work continues to be done. The 
movement in the direction of a central organisation 
is in abeyance and no progress in this direction was 
made during 1916. The National Advertising- 
Society still continues to establish itself securely, 
and its quarterly and annual reports show a record 
of quiet but sterling good work, particularly on the 
benevolent side of the undertaking. The Sick Fund 
has been happy in its less rate of sick claims. The 
Aldwych Club during the year has steadily advanced in 
prestige. One of its happiest achievements has been 
to secure the interest of Lord Northcliffe as president. 
Another notable achievement, arising out of domestic 
difficulties during the war, was a determined drive 
for new members which resulted in an appreciable 
addition to the membership list. Quite a feature 
of the year's work has been the inauguration of a 
series of business luncheons, with a distinguished 



guest present on each occasion, prepared to talk on a 
matter of public interest. The idea arose out of a 
gathering which assembled in the Connaught Rooms 
to hear Lord Northcliffe give a private address on the 
war. Since then the Aldwych, at these club luncheons, 
has entertained many notable guests and the proceed- 
ings have had exceptional attention at the hands of 
the Press. The " advertising advertising " movement, 
though it came to nothing in this country, goes on 
in America. In the early part of the year, a very 
strenuous campaign in which American advertising 
men in all departments of the trade co-operated, was 
instituted by the Associated Advertising Clubs of 
the World. The campaign, which included the 
circulation of a very interesting statement by Presi- 
dent Wilson, was designed to educate the American 
public to a better understanding of advertising ; 
to correct popular prejudice and to insist on the 
desirability of the public buying in its own interests 
all goods guaranteed by advertising. The " adver- 
tising advertising " movement in America again 
got much useful publicity from the annual convention 
held by the Associated Advertising Clubs of the World. 
The 1916 convention took place at Philadelphia, 
between July 25th and 29th, and the opening session 
was attended by President Wilson, who addressed 
a huge gathering. Naturally, although it was a 
world convention, there were but few visiting 
Europeans. Mr. John Hart, of London Opinion, 
was the only representative from England to brave 
the undoubted perils of the Atlantic, and his interest- 
ing report on the proceedings was enthusiastically 
received in our own advertising circles. Since that 
convention, and in view of the success it achieves 
in annually placing advertising before the public 
in a better light, explaining its aims, correcting 
prejudices against the advertising idea, and generally 
improving tne outlook of the business, there has been 
talk of holding a conference on national, rather 
than international lines, in this country. So far the 
matter has not been taken beyond the stage of 
discussion and probably no serious effort will be 
made to carry out such an undertaking until the 
end of the war is definitely in sight. Still the time 
is coming when such a conference, with all its power 
to mould opinion, will be one of the resources of the 
English advertising man in the very necessary task 
of influencing the public. 

Quite an important movement of interest, largely 
to provincial newspapers and retailers, is that 
which brings the Co-operative Stores of this country 
into the position of possible advertisers on almost 
national lines. The provincial retailer has long 
been familiar with the inroads made on his turnover 
by the development of the multiple store system. 
The success of the latter very modern retail move- 
ment has been due to the perfection of the organisa- 
tion and advertising methods employed, against 
individual retailers who have been largely behind 
the times, both in organising and advertising methods. 
The success of Sir Jesse Boot and the companies 
associated with his name is an excellent case in 
point. Boot's, the Cash Chemists, advertise each of 
their stores locally. Also they advertise their store 
service nationally, in the widely circulated daily 
papers. Last, they advertise, and create a demand 
in their stores for a series of proprietary articles of 



THINGS THAT MATTER IN ADVERTISING. 



13 



which they are manufaturers. Boot's have, incident- 
ally, taken a big lead in manufacturing British 
equivalents for German preparations driven ofE 
the English market. Now, the Co-operative move- 
ment to-day as a business machine is very similar in 
construction — but not wholly so — to the organisa- 
tion built up by Sir Jesse Boot. First of all, it 
has the unit — the Co-operative Store in hundreds 
of towns, with elaborate systems of branches in 
outlying districts. It differs here from Boot's, in 
that each branch store is a separate undertaking 
controlled by the local members who called it into 
being. Still it is linked up with the central organisa- 
tion of the Co-operative Society. In addition, the 
Co-operative movement has created and supported 
the Co-operative Wholesale Society, which has 
become a national buyer and a distributor, and a 
manufacturer of proprietary articles — both functions 
operated on a large scale. What advertising that 
has been done by the Co-operative movement in 
the past has not been closely organised. Some of 
the more enterprising stores have advertised locally 
in a spasmodic fashion ; others not at all ; while 
the Co-operative Wholesale Society has been content 
to advertise in a number of journals published in the 
interests of the Co-operative movement. This year 
there is a distinct sign of a movement in the direction 
of co-ordinating Co-operative advertising in the 
interest of both the retailers and the central Whole- 
sale Society. The matter is worth attention because 
the Co-operative Societies and the Co-operative 
Wholesale Society, organised to advertise on modern 
lines, would become very strong competitors, not 
only of the retailers working separately in many 
towns, but of the more closely organised multiple 
concerns, operating from common centres in many 
towns. Incidentally the appearance of Co-operators 
as advertisers would provide much acceptable revenue 
for provincial newspaper proprietors. The move- 
ment took shape in April, when a paper on advertising 
was read before a meeting of Co-operative delegates 
assembled at Dundee. As outlined, the scheme 
largely follows the methods of the multiple store- 
keeper : (1) The consistent advertising of each store 
locally ; (2) a general campaign emphasising the value 
of the Co-operative Store movement and service ; and 
(3) the creation of demand in all stores for the 
goods manufactured by the Co-operative Wholesale 
Society. The movement is undoubtedly interesting 
the shrewder element concerned with the organisation 
of Co-operative enterprises, and while it has not yet 
taken shape, the germ of the idea is undoubtedly 
spreading. The matter is interesting first to local 
newspaper proprietors who ought to derive revenue 
from the new movement. It is interesting also to 
the multiple traders who may find in the Co-operative 
Stores a new and well organised competitor in 
hundreds of towns. Last, it is an argument in 
favour of all who are concerned in improving the 
advertising of the rank and file of retailers. The 
newspaper man in outlying towns ought to find a 
fertile field in bringing the local traders into intimate 
touch with the modern advertising idea, which he has 
neglected too long and to his loss. With such a for- 
midable competitor as the Co-operative Store System, 
advertising on closely organised lines, the general 
retailer as a class will have to make a doge study of 



advertising methods instead of toying with the sub- 
ject in the manner of the half convinced dilettante. 
The celebration of the twentieth birthday of the 
Daily Mail, May 4th, 1916, set a great many adver- 
tising men thinking as well as providing food for 
thought amongst the journalists. The history of 
the Daily Mail, as a matter of fact, is the history of 
modern newspaper advertising. We can easily 
recall the days before the Daily Mail astonished 
Fleet Street by appearing and not disappearing. 
The old penny papers appeared securely entrenched 
with the dignified Times brooding over its grave 
prosperity in Printing House Square and issued daily 
at threepence. The fight made by the Daily Tele- 
graph had long been waged and won, in the 'sixties. 
Lord Burnham had forced his way with the Daily 
Telegraph into the front rank of the journalism of the 
'sixties and 'seventies. Then followed a lull. The 
penny papers were mostly doing well and were con- 
tent with their respective positions and publics. 
They rarely issued circulation certificates and the 
advertiser had to take much on trust. As a matter 
of fact, the old style dailies treated the advertiser 
in a very cavalier manner. They felt independent 
and did not hesitate to show the feeling. Few 
concessions were made to the needs of the advertiser, 
slowly advancing towards more effective technical 
methods. The attitude of the dailies was largely 
autocratic. They issued the ultimatums and the 
advertisers dealt with them on the " take it or leave 
it " plan. Circulations of such journals were 
necessarily limited, though the scale rates were by 
no means modest in setting a value on them. There 
was nothing then in the nature of a national circula- 
tion for a London daily paper, as we know it to-day. 
London dailies were largely local in character. They 
went to press late and were on the trains late. 
Outside a very limited area, the idea of putting a 
London daily on to a man's breakfast table in a 
country town had not been contemplated. In 
Lancashire, we recall, the men who wanted to see 
the London journals rarely got them before noon, 
and the hour grew later the farther away the town 
was from the metropolis. Then the Daily Mail 
came along, halved the popular price and made 
circulation with the progress of wildfire. It not only 
made circulation but quickly enlarged the area in 
which a London journal could successfully trade. 
By simultaneous production in Manchester, it made 
a London daily possible as a necessary consideration 
at the breakfast hour, almost throughout the country. 
Its enterprise stimulated the development of news- 
paper special trains, quickened the rate of production 
all round, extended the area of influence of most 
London journals, and advanced the hour when 
they were available in provincial towns. The 
possibilities of newspaper circulation changed. Half 
a million copies a day seemed the extreme possibility 
before the Daily Mail came. Two hundred thousand 
copies per day made an effective and a very influ- 
ential circulation. With such a circulation, or less, 
an old-time daily paper in London could afford to 
be arrogant to advertisers, and most of them were. 
All that the coming of the Daily Mail changed. 
It broke down the autocratic sway of the proud 
London journals and also challenged well established 
provincial newspapers on their own grounds. Then 

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Lord North cliffe tackled the circulation question 
from the advertiser's point of view. In those days, 
circulation statements were quite vague. General 
statements such as " the largest circulation of any 
penny morning paper," or the " largest Liberal 
circulation in London," or " the largest circulation 
in this or that town " were the habit of the day. 
It was no uncommon incident to find two daily papers 
in one provincial city calmly boasting, without 
qualification, of possessing the largest circulation. 
With the rise of the Daily Mail, that kind of state- 
ment was resolutely challenged. The Daily Mail 
began the regular issue of circulation statements 
giving the figures, and advertisers and their agents 
were soon alive to the importance of the step. Vague 
statements about circulation were met by demands 
for actual figures. The whole situation was changed ; 
most dailies had to hustle for circulation ; many 
issued statements and to-day all papers which do 
not give a satisfactory statement on the circulation 
side are weaker for their reticence. Last, the Daily 
Mail catered for advertisers. Its space was dear, 
but obviously based on a per thousand calculation, 
with proof that the figures claimed were reached 
by the sales. The Daily Mail recognised that its 
mission was to help rather than hinder the advertiser 
who desired to make his space pay. The better 
reproduction of illustrations, a wider range of types 
for display, the withdrawal of all the petty restric- 
tions made by the old-fashioned printers, a careful 
allocation of positions and a more eflScient make-up 
of the pages all followed. It is safe to say that in 
twenty years the attitude of all London newspapers 
has changed to : (1) The question of circulation ; and (2) 
the matter of giving facilities to the trader who desires 
to improve the appearance of his advertising. Possi- 
ble circulation to-day is not now 500,000 or even the 
million that once looked so wonderful. The picture 
papers again have broken the records in matters of 
circulation, have passed tho million and have made 
even a two million daily circulation look probable. 

The end of the year closes with the promise of 
further difficulties for advertisers — difficulties likely 
to arise from a still closer organisation of the country 
for war purposes. There is a general fear that a 
further tightening up of the national resources must 
result in interference with private trading on a 
greater scale than has been attempted hitherto. 
Nor are the signs against such a belief. The con- 
tinued prosecution of the German submarine 
campaign ; the increasing pressure put on our ship- 
ping, implies a further control of other raw materials 
in much the same manner as. control has been applied 
to the paper trade. Already there are restrictions 
regarding the wheat supply which will have a great 
effect on the milling and baking industries in this 
couritry, in which there are several large advertisers. 
Arising out of the difficulty of transport as it affects 
the conservation of the grain supply, the brewing 
and distilling industries look forward to drastic 
restrictions. Again, in these trades there are several 
large advertisers. With the close of the year also 
there has been a wholesale alteration in railway 
rates and fares for passengers. This re-arrangement 
will affect whole classes of advertisers. The great 
London and City central stores, depending as thoy do 
on a big travelling public, expect ^t lea?t a large 



reduction in the number of people who make shop- 
ping tours. London, as a rendezvous with its 
hundred and one interests, mostly advertised, which 
depend on the visitor, must suffer. Most resorts 
will also find the restrictions on travel a grave handi- 
cap — particularly those very far from the districts 
from which they draw their chief patrons. Another 
section of advertising business is threatened unless 
special consideration is extended to it — the advertis- 
ing drawn by the provincial Press from theatrical 
touring companies. The privileges concerned with 
travel granted to theatrical companies have been 
withdrawn and the fares have gone up to the in- 
creased passenger rate now prevailing. How shrewd 
a blow this is may be gathered when one remembers 
that from fairly reasonable special rates theatrical 
travellers, with the public, have to pay a full 50 per 
cent, extra on ordinary rates. The exceptional cost of 
travelling also threatens to put a heavy tax on all 
commercial activities which depend for their success 
on the mobility of representatives, as advertising 
operations do to a large extent. Then again, the 
first suggestions of the new Government, implying 
a mobilisation of all available man-power, are giving 
traders a great deal of anxiety at the end of the year. 
The opening of the New Year sees us confronted by 
further complications. As we go to press, the German 
Government has announced a new "sink at sight" 
submarine policy, with a view to blockading this 
country. ^Vhere the matter is of interest to adver- 
tising men is that Germany's communication to 
neutrals of her intentions to pursue the campaign on 
new and more ruthless lines practically tears up all 
agreements she has made with America, guaranteeing 
the safety of American lives, shipping and property — 
the outcome of the American President's repeated 
protests. The result, at the time of writing, is that 
America has broken off diplomatic relations with Ger- 
many. With America apparently dragged into the war 
by German ruthlessness, advertising in this country 
is still further threatened as a business interest, 
as much publicity handled over here, American 
in its inspiration, may be temporarily curtailed. As 
we write, there are many who see State organisa- 
tion and control developing to the point where for 
a time competition will be eliminated. A formidable 
critic of advertising. Sir Leo Chiozza Money, M.P., 
has long been advocating this closer organisation 
which would, of course, eliminate a great volume 
of advertising. On the whole, however, the country, 
solidly united in its desire to carry on the war to a 
victorious conclusion, faces the accumulation of 
difficulties in a serene temper, and is not disposed to 
anticipate any special trouble before it arises. One 
thing is very certain — if the year 1916 has been a 
year of problems, the coining year 1917 will be a 
year of possibilities. The optimist is looking to it 
to give us an early ending of the war, but should the 
war drag on another twelve months, few will venture 
to predict the changes likely to occur in our industrial 
and commercial systems, Certainly by the time this 
review is again written for the Newspaper Press 
Directory of 1918 events, either one way or another, 
will make it a fascinating chapter in our British 
commercial history, Meai^while our present genera- 
tion, outside the unparalleled atctivities created by 
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In writing this review of the salient features of 
Press work during the year 1916, one's mind goes 
back irresistibly to the August of 1914, when the 
first thunderbolts of war startled our ears. One 
recalls how, instinctively, the newspapers and 
magazines began to protect themselves by issuing 
smaller papers, as they stood appalled before the 
business conditions then suddenly prevailing. The 
proprietors, fearful for the safety of their properties, 
ruthlessly cut down expenditure, arrested projected 
enterprises, and many, with the consent of working 
members of the staff, reduced salaries all round. 
Yet in a few weeks the newspapers were going on 
much as usual. Many of them not only made gigantic 
increases of circulation, but added to revenue on 
the business side. Newspapers were also established 
and several succeeded amazingly. Discarded features 
were resumed. Salaries were put up to their original 
figures, and in many cases the reductions made over 
the panic period were also returned to the staff 
workers in bulk. One also remembers of 1914 the 
opinions and predictions of newspaper men as to the 
length of the war. The optimist pinned his faith to 
Easter 1915, as the date on which the war would 
end. The pessimist saw the war as stretching out 
until perhaps the Christmas of 1915. The curious 
thing about the hour of panic was that the things 
newspaper proprietors feared never came to pass. 
Their prophecies as to the future of the newspaper 
business were mostly wrong, and their protective 
actions premature. They were as wrong as the 
prophecies publicly and privately made foretelling 
the duration of the war. 

Contrary to the prophets of 1914, the end of the 
year 1916 sees us still at war and with a tolerable 
certainty that a peace satisfactory to us is only 
within sight. How serious the situation is, was 
indicated by the Cabinet Crisis during the first week 
of December, which displaced Mr. Asquith, who had 
been at the head of the War Government since the 
outbreak, and put Mr. Lloyd George in power in 
, the hope that the pace of the war would be quickened 
up. In 1914, we were wrong in our estimation of 
the duration of the war, and we were wrong in the 
effect it would have on the newspaper trade. To-day, 
the real menace to the Press, the one danger that 
imperils its existence, is the shortage of paper — a 
situation totally unforeseen by newspaper men at 
the beginning of war, and the only danger for which 
they did not budget. It came suddenly upon us 
during the year, and the shortage grew tighter as 
the year advanced. The reasons for the shortage 
are complex, but they all arise out of the war. The 
success of the German submarine campaign and the 
destruction of shipping ; the Government's need of 
more and more transport facilities for purely niilitary 
ftud nav^l purposes, have all tended to rediic© qmi. 



carrying capacity in dealing with what in war time 
must be called unessentials. Restraint had to be 
put on all ocean-going goods, and paper-making 
material, or paper itself — one of the biggest and 
bulkiest classes of goods crossing the seas — felt the 
pinch first. A big reduction of imports was forced 
by the Government early in 1916, and a further 
reduction is expected early in 1917. 

This, then, is the chief danger that has grown out 
of the war, and, anticipating a continuance of the 
European struggle, it is a danger that cannot be 
minimised. The cost of paper has soared up, but 
at the end of the year 1916 the cost had ceased 
to be as important as the quantity likely to be 
available. Other contingent difficulties have also 
arisen to make the newspaper proprietors' position 
difficult. The drain by the Army on the skilled and 
technical workers engaged in work associated directly 
or indirectly with newspaper production has been 
very great. The tale of depleted staffs was being 
told everywhere long before the end of the year, and 
the combing out process still further reduced the 
man-power of the Press during the autumn. The 
abnormal rise in the cost of living has also played 
its part. There is scarcely a branch of labour engaged 
in the printing trade that has not secured a con- 
siderable advance in wages. In addition, everything 
used in newspaper production, from machinery to the 
simplest materials, has risen in price. The whole 
cost of newspaper production and printing went 
up alarmingly in 1916, and the outlook for 1917 is 
distinctly gloomy. There are critics who do not think 
the situation can grow easier until some time after 
peace has been declared. As a consequence, most 
of the leaders in newspaper circles have no guidance 
to give and have adopted a " wait and see " policy, 
while lesser men look forward to the future with 
visible perturbation. 

The crisis in the paper trade has had visible physical 
effects. The first result of the shortage was, of course, 
an all-round reduction in the use of paper. Then 
the bigger corporations made every effort to buy 
huge quantities in advance, as a protection against 
soaring prices and the possibility of a partial failure 
of a minimum supply. Whether or not they hold 
paper in advance of their needs, most newspapers 
have reduced. The reduction did not mean much 
at first, or alter the appearance of many papers. 
In the highly competitive field of newspaper produc- 
tion there is a limit beyond which voluntary reduc- 
tion cannot go, owing to the difficulty of getting 
papers competing directly against each other to 
take common action. Then the difficulty of price 
cropped up. Apart from the shortage, the cost of 
paper and the increase in the cost of production made 
the prevailing price of newspapers difficult to main- 
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course, economising in the use of paper and selling 
at the usual price, but a movement began in mid- 
summer, to increase the prices of papers all round. 
Meeting after meeting of the different societies con- 
cerned with newspaper proprietors and production 
were held. It was generally agreed that the cost of 
production made it necessary to increase all prices, 
and at one meeting of proprietors a resolution 
deciding to do this was carried. But the whole 
movement hinged on the unanimity of all in the 
trade, and time has shown that there is no unanimity 
up to the present. Amongst the provincial weeklies, 
where only one or two papers compete against 
each other in the same field, a working under- 
standing was possible, and many local weeklies 
have put up their prices, chiefly from a penny to 
three halfpence. But amongst the journals with 
national, semi-national, or county sales, the position 
proved more difficult. The halfpenny papers cannot 
change their price unless the penny papers increase 
to three-halfpence. All the penny papers would not 
agree on an increase together, and in London, with 
one exception, and mostly in the provinces, the 
prices have remained the same amongst the dailies and 
evenings. Even if the London penny dailies 
advanced prices, it is doubtful whether unanimity 
in the matter of increasing to a penny would be 
found amongst the proprietors of the halfpenny 
journals. The movement for an increase in price, 
all round, necessary as it seemed, was arrested in 
December, and no general understanding had been 
reached. 

Some idea of the nature of the difficulties involved 
are shown by the action of The Times, and a record 
is worth preserving for the study of younger genera- 
tions of newspaper men who in the distant future 
may consult this reference work with an idea of 
gleaning some of the effects produced by the great 
war. On Monday, November 20th, The Times 
raised its price from a penny to three-halfpence. 
In advertising announcing the fact, the directors 
stated : " The Tim^s has never hesitated to alter 
its price whenever the cost of production has rendered 
it impossible to present a daily journal containing 
all those special features which the public have come 
to regard as the special function of The Tim^s to 
provide, and for which they have already shown 
themselves ready to pay the necessary price." The 
net sale of The Times, it was stated, exceeded 200,000 
copies per day, and paper charges and extra cost 
of production were responsible for a loss of £70,000 
per annum. The Times management had to iface 
the problem either of drastic size reduction or of 
carrying on in the form familiar to its readers, and 
losing on the sales. They decided to raise the price 
and to preserve the character of the journal by 
running a paper big enough to carry all the familiar 
features. The Daily Mail, in commenting on the 
change said : " Many readers have expres.sed their 
willingness to pay even a higher price for The Times 
as it is to-day," and added, significantly : " It is 
quite likely that they will be asked to do so before 
the war is over." The significance of the hint was 
not lost on the newspaper owners, for the opinion 
was taken to bo, inspired by Lord Northcliffe, whose 
interests in paper production made the statement 
virtually a prophecy of worse conditions to follow. 



With The Times at three-halfpence the interesting 
question was what would the Daily Telegraph and 
the Morning Post do — the only remaining rivals of 
The Times in London — in the matter of price adjust- 
ment ? Up to the time of writing, the Daily Telegraph 
and the Morning Post have given no indication of 
changing. Indeed, when Lord Burnham was con- 
sulted during the earlier stage of the movement to 
increase prices, he said that under no circumstances 
could he contemplate an increase in the price of the 
Daily Telegraph. Some of the stronger newspapers 
are obviously inclined to stand the loss and carry on, 
as nearly as possible along usual lines, for the sake 
of their future prestige. There seems to be no 
way out of the deadlock that arises with the prospect 
of a halfpenny morning paper competing at a penny 
with the established journals in that field selling at 
the usual price. One solution at the time seemed 
more ingenious than plausible — an addition to the 
copper coinage of coins representing three farthings 
and three-halfpence. How the matter of the price 
of newspapers will work out if paper grows still 
more scarce and expensive, the year 1917 will show 
us. In the meantime, the gloomier experts are not 
so much concerned about price as they are aboiit 
actual paper supplies. They are wondering whether 
newspapers will come out at all, save in such 
attenuated forms that they may become little more 
than the single sheets that were the parents of the 
modern newspaper as we know it to-day. 

Naturally, the shortage of space has altered the 
character of many newspapers — particularly the 
metropolitan dailies and evenings. The newspapers 
before the war were newt-papers first, but supple- 
mented the news attractions with special features. 
Each paper had a more or less clearly defined speci- 
ality. Some papers in addition to the news, specialised 
parliamentary descriptions and gossip ; others, 
literature and the stage ; others were strong in the 
presentation of sport. Then again other papers 
made a strong appeal with serial stories, cartoons 
and illustrations, or articles and features of special 
interest to women. Only by a careful planning of 
the space used can the characteristic features of 
particular journals now be retained. The Times 
solved the situation by remaining at the same size 
and increasing the price. Up to the end of the 
year, it looked much the same as The Times has been 
since Lord Northcliffe took it over, preserving all 
the features for which the public look and which take 
up so much space. The Daily Telegraph had not 
altered much in size or price. The Morning Post 
varied in size by the end of the year, but not 
in price. The Daily Mail, with eight pages, pre- 
served its characteristic appeal by a deft packing 
of its most acceptable features, and by using them 
in rotation instead of day by day. The Daily News, 
running six or eight page papers, as occasion requires, 
preserved most of its usual features. Fiction, how- 
ever, dropped out of this journal, and the familiar 
page of photographs on the back is now a fluctuat- 
ing quantity. The illustrated page may be a whole 
page one day, half a page the next, two or three 
photographs only or none at all, just as the demands 
on the space of the paper determine. In most papers 
in London, save the penny dailies, the arts, literature 
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Sporting news and comment which once ran to pages 
is also rigidly curtailed. It is quaint to the journalistic 
observer to note that the sport of the back end of 
1916 could day by day be packed into half a column 
by papers which thought nothing of exceeding a 
solid page in ordinary years. A race meeting which 
once took three-quarters of a column to record, now 
only gets its three or four inches ; a boxing match 
that once filled two or even three columns, to say 
nothing of the preliminary puff matter, can be 
accounted for in six lines, and the puff it is likely 
to get is microscopic, even if the latter concession is 
granted at all. 

Of course, the main interest of the newspaper is 
news, and the main news of the year has been war, 
occasionally put into the background by some crisis 
in politics at home or abroad. The censorship is 
still very rigid, but since last year has been much 
modified. The rules are still difficult to under- 
stand, and one or two papers have had to suffer 
prosecution for infringements. News has been 
presented chiefly in the bald official report 
form, with an occasional relaxation in form. But 
this year, more latitude has been given to the 
correspondent. He is permitted at headquarters 
and attached to the staff. He is allowed to travel 
and see things. He may treat the material at his 
disposal in his own way. but a comparison of the 
various individual correspondence shows that what- 
ever the permitted correspondents do see or hear, 
the basic material on which they build their articles 
is rigidly determined by the military authorities and 
common to all. There is, consequently, a monotony 
about the main news interest, and it is seldom possible 
even for the most ingenious editor to vary it, save by 
editorial comment. Occasionally, the very big 
story has come along. The Battle of Jutland, with 
the subsequent publication of the dispatches, were 
two of the biggest news days of the year. Reduced 
to a mere matter of circulation, the tragic end of 
Lord Kitchener was the outstanding news event of 
the year. The Daily Mirror, which publishes its 
daily sales in its periodical certificates, rose from 
1,235,000 copies on June 6th, to 1,580,000 on June 
7th, the date on which the tragedy was recorded by 
the Press. The sale of the Daily Mirror on the day 
the North Sea Battle was recorded was 1,375,000. 
One gets some idea of the value of the outstanding 
news features from these, the most accessible figures. 
During the year, the Sunday papers have had a fair 
share of the major news interests. Previously, the 
issue bulk of the news had been largely against the 
weekly papers, but our successes with the Zeppelin 
mostly came on Saturday nights for Sunday mornings, 
and made a brisk demand for the special editions of the 
Sunday journals. Apart from war news, news bear- 
ing on the war, and political news and gossip, the 
other news services show a tendency to starvation, 
due of course to the shortage of space and the 
demands made by the major interests of to-day. 

On the literary side of newspaper production, there 
has been a tendency to experiment on bolder lines. 
It would seem from the outside, that the authority 
or control of political parties is on the wane, or is 
being seriously challenged by the great editors. 
Leaders, for instance, have almost ceased to represent 
a party point of view or the view of a section of a 



particular party. Some of the greatest surprises 
have been found in the leader columns of newspapers 
which, in the past, resolutely played the party game. 
Two years ago, it would have seemed unlikely to 
expect to find an eulogy of Mr. Lloyd George in the 
Daily Mail, or an offer of whole-hearted support for 
the same politician in the Morning Post. All this 
happened last year. Again, the bulk of the Liberal 
Press was against Mr. Asquith when the crisis came 
which brought about his fall. Indeed, the news- 
paper " leaders " on the year are interesting as a 
sign of the trend of things. They record at least a 
temporary, if not a complete breakdown, of the 
party system. Again, journalistic personalities begin 
to stand out. Some people approve and others do 
not approve of Lord Northcliffe's significance in 
politics. Most agree he played an important part with 
his journals in bringing about the fall of the Asquith 
Coalition. Lord Northcliffe has also travelled exten- 
sively in France, Italy, and Spain during the year, 
and the result was some highly interesting articles 
in his journals. The tendency to make the feature 
the individual expression of a writer, rather than an 
essay in anonymity, increases. Mr, A. G. Gardiner 
has made quite a special place for the Saturday 
Daily News by his personal articles on the larger 
affairs of our times. Mr. J. L. Garvin, who still 
remains anonymous, though his identity is an open 
secret, has greatly added to the influence of the 
Observer. Mr. Winston Churchill made a much- 
boomed entry into journalism as a contributor to 
the Sunday Pictorial, which has become a settled 
second platform for Mr. Horatio Bottomley, the editor 
of John Bull. The Sunday Herald, the one direct 
rival of the Sunday Pictorial, ran a series of articles 
by the Australian Premier, Mr. Hughes, as a counter- 
blast to the Winston Churchill attraction, and also 
had contributions from Sir E. Carson during the 
year, while the Rev. R. J. Campbell has apparently 
found the same paper a useful pulpit. Another 
interesting feature in personal journalism was the 
appearance of Mr. Robert Blatchford, editor of the 
Clarion, in the Sunday Chronicle, after addressing 
the readers of the WeeJdy Dispatch each Sunday 
for more than a year. Mr. Blatchford, it is interest- 
ing to recall, appears in the Sunday Chronicle in the 
space often occupied during his later years by 
" Hubert " (Mr. Hubert Bland). Also in returning 
to the Sunday Chronicle Mr. Blatchford went back 
to a paper in which his early work did so much to 
establish his fame. Last, in speaking of personal 
features in journalism, one should note that the 
Nation, Mr. H. M. Massingham's weekly review, 
departed from a set tradition and published a serial 
story. It was the notable novel " Mr. Brittling 
Sees It Through," by H. G. Wells— perhaps easily 
the novel of the year, and the best the war has 
produced. 

Despite the war, the notable casualty list in the 
newspaper world has been very small though several 
journals with no particular standing, and serving 
unimportant publics, have had to be withdrawn. 
The outstanding " casualty " of the year was the 
disappearance of the once great Conservative organ, 
the Standard. Shrewd observers in Fleet Street 
had known for a long time that the position of the 
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completely changing tlie form of the paper and the 
character of its appeal, did not perhaps attach 
sufficient attention to the nucleus represented 
by what was left of the Standard's old circulation. 
If the truth were known the Standard in its new 
form probably made few new friends and lost 
many of its old ones. Be that as it may, the 
beginning of the end was foreshadowed by an 
announcement that the Standard would be offered 
for sale by public auction, on February 23rd. 
The end was clearly indicated when at the auction 
the best offer for the Standard newspaper, plant 
and assets (except the book debts) proved to be 
£5,000, and the best offer for the copyright 
and goodwill only reached £200. The auctioneer 
at the sale stated while the paper was not then 
known as a profit earning property, in 1910 it made 
a profit of £29,000, and in 1911 a profit of £16,000. 
Even in 1912, the profit was £12,000. Strange that 
a paper with such a recent record of profits should 
not command a better price than an offer of £200 
for copyright and goodwill, particularly when one 
remembers Mr. C. A. Pearson paid £300,000 for the 
property as a whole, as against the £5,000 offered 
at the sale. The end of the Standard was clearly 
in sight after the failure of the auction sale, though 
attempts were made to secure the necessary capital 
to carry it on. Fleet Street became alive with 
rumours early in March, and on Friday morning, 
March 17th, the Standard failed to appear. The fact 
was not a surprise to the staff, though they were 
engaged up to the last moment in producing the paper, 
on the night publication was stopped. Later 
announcements showed that steps had been taken 
to preserve the copyright of the journal with a view 
to resumption after the war, and there the matter 
stands. Of the Standard much might be said of 
interest to newspaper men. It was, of course, the 
great competitor of the Daily Telegrajih, in its palmy 
days. Lord Salisbury, Sir John Gorst, and Mr. 
Alfred Austin wrote leaders for it. The war corre- 
spondents were G. A. Henty, John Cameron, F. 
Boyle, \V. Maxwell, and O'Shea. It was at the 
height of its popularity under the long editorial 
reign of Mr. W. H. Mudford, who retired in 1890, 
but lived on to see the paper he controlled pass 
through many weakening vicissitudes and finally 
expire. Mr. Mudford died in his seventy-eighth 
year, at Wimbledon, on October 18th, 1916. As 
editor of the Standard he was something of an autocrat. 
He rarely went near the office, but edited the paper 
from his home and had his proofs sent on by mounted 
messenger each night. 

Another daily paper with a long and interesting 
newspaper history ended its career with the passing 
of the Manchester Covrier. In the middle of January, 
1916, Alderman W. T. Rothwell, J.P., of Manchester, 
made an announcement that, owing to the rapid rise 
in the price of paper, he had decided to suspend the 
publication of the Manchester Courier on January 
28th. The Courier, he promised, would continue its 
association with Manchester journalism by appear- 
ing as a weekly in conjunction with the Manchester 
Weekly Times. With its withdrawal, the Courier 
followed the Manchester Examiner and Times into 
oblivion, arid left the Manchester Guardian without a 
local rival in the shape of a paper following the old 



traditions and publishing at a penny. The Man- 
chester Guardian was established in 1821, and the 
Manchester Courier succeeded the Guardian by four 
years, appearing originally as a weekly. The Man- 
chester Examiner and Times was commenced in 1816. 
As a daily, the Manchester Courier, published largely 
in the Conservative interest, held a great position in 
Manchester and the crowded district around the 
cotton capital for many years. It never, however, 
got abreast of the Manchester Guardian, or equalled 
it in quality or influence. Of late years, it has been 
a waning influence. Manchester, perhaps, outside 
of London, is perhaps the most interesting news- 
paper city in England. It was early the seat of the 
new popular Press movement, largely through the 
influence of the late Mr. E. Hulton, and his son, the 
present head of the firm of E. Hulton & Co. Before 
the more modern competition of the cheaper and 
more popular Press, the Courier seemed to languish. 
It passed from the hands of the Sowlers under the 
influence of Lord Northcliffe, who induced Mr. J. 
NicoU Dunn, the editor of the Morning Post, to go 
to Manchester as the Courier's editor. Lord North- 
cliffe relinquished his interest some years ago. Since 
then the position has not improved, and the stringent 
conditions on the production side imposed by the 
outbreak of war probably hastened the end. Many 
journalists regretted the passing of the Manchester 
Courier, for it was a great nursery in journalism, and 
men who have since become distinguished in other 
walks of newspaper life tried their wings under the 
direction of successive editors of the defunct Courier. 

Amongst other interesting Press changes of the 
year was the appearance of the Athenceum as a 
monthly instead of a weekly, another breakdown 
of an old tradition. The first monthly number of 
this journal, which has had such a consistent influence 
on the literary world, appeared in January, and was 
priced at a shilling. The outward form was very 
much the same as the journal which has been familiar 
to readers for years. The number, however, was 
considerably changed in make-up and ran to fifty- 
two pages. Another change amongst the literary 
journals was the merging of T.P's WeeJcly with a new 
paper published under the title of Jerome K. Jerome's 
old journal To-day. T.P's Weekly was a penny 
journal treating literary matters and art from the 
popular point of view. It was founded by Mr. T. P. 
O'Connor, M.P., with whom was associated Mr. 
Wilfred Whitten (John o' London) for many years. 
From the same office came the short-lived magazine, 
T.P's. Magazine, a few years ago. Later both Mr. 
T. P. O'Connor and Mr. Whitten withdrew from 
the editorial side of the enterprise, Mr. Holbrook 
Jackson, well known as a journalist and critic, be- 
came its editor, and under his direction the paper 
changed its title and form, and appeared at the 
price of twopence. The paper has evidently found 
difficulties in the way of establishing itself in its 
new form, for during the first week of January the 
newspaper world announced the temporary with- 
drawal of To-day as a weekly. It is to continue 
under Mr. Holbrook Jackson's direction, as a 
privately circulated monthly. 

This year has been notable in Press circles for a 
round of visits paid by foreign journalists of distinc- 
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the different peoples to fail to understand what each 
is doing in the Great War, that it has been found 
necessary to receive deputations of journalists from 
France and Russia, in order to enable them to inter- 
pret England's war preparations and resources. 
During the year 1915, several distinguished parties 
of French metropolitan journalists toured the country. 
In February, 1916, a number of journalists drawn 
from provincial France were shown over the country's 
munition works, shipbuilding yards, and visited the 
Grand Fleet. The party was entertained to dinner 
at the Savoy Hotel on Friday evening, February 11th, 
the visitors numbering eleven journalists drawn from 
the great French provincial centres. They were the 
guests of the Newspaper Proprietors Association, 
Mr. John Walter presiding. A large gathering very 
representative of British journalism was present, 
and Mr. Herbert Samuel welcomed the guests on 
behalf of the British Government. A second party, 
bent on a similar errand, consisted of six Russian 
writers and journalists, including the distinguished 
novelists, the veteran Nemirovitch Danchenko, and 
Count Alexis Tolstoy, whose visit commenced on 
Monday, February 21st. The visitors were received 
by the King at Buckingham Palace, on the Wednes- 
day, and were welcomed by Sir Edward Grey. On 
the Friday evening of the same week, the Russian 
visitors were the guests of the Newspaper Proprietors 
Association, at the Ritz Hotel, Lord Burnham pre- 
siding. The speakers of the evening on the British 
side included Lord Burnham, Mr. St. Loe Strachey, 
and Mr. Robert Donald. A large and distinguished 
company drawn from the Press of England was 
present. Later in the year, on April 13th, the 
Newspaper Proprietors Association entertained a 
party of Spanish journalists visiting England to see 
the country under war conditions — the guests being 
Le Marquis Le Valdeglesias, senator and director of 
La Epoca, of Madrid ; Senor Gomez Carillo, and 
Senor Enrique Sajardo. Lord Burnham presided, 
and in his speech mentioned the fact that the guests 
of the evening represented all parties in the Spanish 
Press, except that which had attached itself to 
German interests. 

Perhaps worth recording in an annual reference 
work was the exciting experience of the Dublin Press 
during the Irish Rebellion, which broke out on 
Easter Monday. Most of the Dublin journals are 
produced in the area swept by the Rebellion, and the 
local production of papers was practically brought 
to a standstill by the political upheaval in the centre 
of the city. The morning papers had been produced 
on the morning of the outbreak. Later in the day, 
the rebels, by seizing the offices and works of the 
Dublin Daily Express and the Dublin Evening Mail, 
which stand opposite to Dublin Castle, made their 
first attack on the newspapers. Most of the news- 
papers being in the line of fire, publication became 
impossible, particularly when it is remembered that 
communication with the outer world ceased with the 
capture of the G.P.O., and that all vehicular traffic 
had to stop. Although not actually captured by 
the rebels, the offices of The Freeman's Journal, Ltd. 
{The Evening Telegraph) and the Independent News- 
papers, Ltd. {The Evening Herald) were in the line 
of fire, and the staff had to leave. The Evening Mail 
offices were the scene of a terrific fight between the 



forces of the Crown and a section of the rebels, who 
were in possession of the premises. The position of 
the Irish Times was unique, for, equipped with an 
independent suction gas plant, the Times was able 
to publish its daily issue up to Thursday in the fateful 
week, when the surrounding conditions became too 
dangerous for anyone to get about, and necessitated 
the paper closing down on Friday and Saturday. 
The Dublin Evening Mail resumed publication on 
May 2nd, after compulsory cessation since April 
22nd. The Dublin Daily Express, the Irish Inde- 
pendent, and the Evening Herald resumed on May 
4th. The newspaper disaster of that stormy week 
in Ireland was the complete annihilation of the 
Freeman's Journal premises and plant, extending 
from Princes Street right back to Mid-Abbey Street. 
The casualties during the week included the name 
of Mr. Patrick Reynolds, a member of the sub- 
editorial staff of the Dublin Evening Mail, who was 
shot through the spine and lungs while crossing 
Dame Street. Altogether, the great Rebellion Week 
will live long in the memories of newspaper men 
who were serving Dublin journalism in the days, big 
with Fate, which began with the Easter Monday 
of 1916. 

Of newspaper anniversary celebrations there were 
many, and some of them were very interesting. 
Chief amongst the papers recording landmarks was 
the Daily Mail, which on Monday, May 4th, 1896, 
commenced its enterprising career and celebrated 
its twentieth birthday in the stormy year of 1916 
on the same date. The anniversary was the occa- 
sion for a very interesting review of the career of 
the Daily Mail, by its creator. Lord Northcliffe, who 
signed an article full of interest to journalists in the 
birthday number. Lord Northcliffe recorded bis 
earlier experience first with Mr. James Henderson, 
of Red Lion Court, and as a free lance journalist 
generally. As a contributor to London morning, 
evening, and weekly journals, Lord Northcliffe took 
his first steps in journalism between the ages of 
seventeen and twenty. Lord Northcliffe to-day 
always advises the beginner in journalism to go to 
the provinces for his initial experience, as papers 
out of London are not so closely departmentalised, 
and the beginner is given a variety of work and sees 
more sides of newspaper production than he would in 
a highly organised city office. Lord Northcliffe took 
the advice he gives, for he secured an editorial ap- 
pointment with Mr. William Iliffe, of Coventry. 
It was at Coventry that Lord Northcliffe saw his 
first paper. Answers, printed. After establishing 
several popular journals, he and Lord Rothermere, 
on the suggestion of Mr. Kennedy Jones, adventured 
£25,000 on the purchase of the Evening News, then 
a losing proposition. In a few months. Lord North- 
cliffe and his associates had placed the paper high in 
popular esteem, and instead of making a big annual 
loss, it showed considerable profits, which have in- 
creased until now the Evening News is probably the 
most prosperous evening paper in Fleet Street. The 
way was then clear for another project — the establish- 
ment of the halfpenny morning, the Daily Mail. 
Lord Northcliffe had noted, he says in his confessions, 
the lack of competition amongst the penny morning 
papers, strong in the old traditions. He writes : 
" Their lack of initiative, through which they had 



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fallen from tlie liigUy competitive days of the sixties, 
and their subservience to party, were a direct in- 
vitation to the assault administered by the Daily 
Mail, on Monday, May 4th, 1896." So the Daily 
Mail appeared. Most of us remember its astonish- 
ing success from the first — a success that has gone 
on increasing year by year. The success was made 
possible, according to Lord NorthclifEe's confessions, 
by the indifference with which the older newspapers 
watched the coming of the newer journalism. The 
attitude of the old papers was almost one of con- 
tempt. They believed the new price and the new 
methods would not do, and Lord Northcliffe con- 
fesses they gave him ample time to establish his 
new paper before they awoke to the realities of the 
situation. The actual number of copies of the 
Daily Mail, produced on the first day, was 397,215. 
Amongst other drastic newspaper innovations intro- 
duced by the Daily Mail was the simultaneous issue 
of a Northern edition printed in Manchester, and 
the establishment of a Continental edition which is 
printed each night in Paris. In the birthday num- 
ber Lord Northcliffe speaks with pardonable pride 
of his achievements, and the record of the rise of the 
Daily Mail which appeared on May 4th in that 
journal is well worth perusing and preserving. 

Another interesting newspaper celebration was the 
jubilee of the Yorhshire Post, which first appeared 
as the Leeds Intelligencer, on July 2nd, 1866, though 
its periodical publication as a four -page paper began 
on July 2nd, 1754. With the removal of the stamp 
duty and the advertisement tax, the paper began 
its great career as a daily, at the then very remark- 
able price of one penny. In its daily form, the 
Leeds Intelligencer became the Yorhshire Post, though 
the name of the parent journal was retained as a 
sub-title. The first issue of the daily contained 
four pages and fifteen columns of advertisements. 
Its birth synchronised with the European War in 
which Austria lost her supremacy over Germany, 
and it is odd that at the end of fifty years 
the birthday celebration should take place in 
the midst of another great European upheaval. 
Since those early days many improvements have 
taken place in printing machinery, and the Yorkshire 
Post has kept abreast of them all. The Yorkshire 
Post, however, is still printed to-day in the ofl&ces 
from which the first paper came forth, though neces- 
sary structural alterations and extensions have been 
continually in progress. The Yorkshire Post was 
edited in 1866 by Mr. T. E. Kebbel. He was suc- 
ceeded by Mr. John Ralph, who held the appoint- 
ment for sixteen years. Mr. Charles Pebody suc- 
ceeded him in 1882 — a controversialist who added 
greatly to the influence of the Yorkshire Post. Mr. 
Pebody's editorship was followed by the appoint- 
ment of Mr. H. J. Palmer, whose reign in the editorial 
chair from 1890 to 1902 is recalled as one of great 
brilliance. Mr. Palmer died at the early age of forty- 
nine, after a strenuous career. From that date to 
the present the editor has been Mr. J. S. R. Phillips, 
a very popular figure in journalistic circles, under 
whose control the Yorkshire Post has lost none of 
its traditional dignity and influence. 

Amongst the birthday celebrations, however, 
equally notable in its way, was the centenary number 
of the Dundee Courier, which first appeared on 



September 20th, 1816, after Waterloo had been 
fought and won. It began as most publications did, 
hampered by stamp duties, and appeared weekly at 
sevenpence. Afterwards, the Courier appeared three 
times a week, and then finally in 1859 became a daily 
journal. The growth of the Dundee Courier was 
proved by the frequent necessity the proprietors 
found to change from one address to another in 
search of larger premises. To-day, the Dundee 
Courier is in Albert Square, and is published from a 
building which cost over £73,000 to build, and covers 
an area of 14,000 feet. With each development and 
improvement the staff has considerably increased. 
A century ago the employers could easily be counted ; 
to-day, the firm has a staff of between 600 and 700 
men. Of course, from the Courier offices to-day there 
are published the Dundee Weekly News, Evening 
Telegraph, and Post, and a host of periodical pub- 
lications, many of which enjoy popularity all over 
Scotland and England too. 

An event which attracted a great deal of atten- 
tion and inspired many complimentary notices was 
the seventieth birthday of Mr. G. P. Scott, in October. 
Mr. George Prestwich Scott is the governing director 
and editor of the Manchester Guardian, and has filled 
the latter office with conspicuous success and ever- 
increasing influence since 1872. He is still a man 
of wonderful activity and mental vigour, and has 
lost none of his grasp on the affairs of the great 
journal he edits and the causes it expounds. To-day, 
all authorities agree when naming, say the three best 
journals in England, that the Manchester Guardian 
is one of them. This is undoubtedly due to the per- 
sonality of Mr. G. P. Scott and his consistent editorial 
policy. The secret of the success of the Manchester 
Guardian is its fearless independence. Mr. G. P. 
Scott and his paper will espouse any cause that 
appeals to the editor, even though the course of 
action taken should be unpopular, as it has been on 
more occasions than one. In these days, when the 
commercial interests are apt to modify a news- 
paper's influence, if not to vitiate it altogether, Mr. 
Scott and the Manchester Guardian remain true to 
the old traditions. This aspect of his work was 
freely recognised in the many articles published, 
recognising his seventieth birthday and paying 
tribute to his honesty of purpose — notably in an 
article, probably from the pen of Mr. H. W. Massing- 
ham, in the Nation. Mr. Scott, besides occupying 
the responsible position of editor of the Manchester 
Guardian does not confine his activities to the office. 
He is a vigorous social reformer with the courage 
of his convictions, and during his long connection 
with the Manchester Guardian has found time to do 
much useful public work. He is President of the 
Manchester Ijiberal Federation, and from 1895 to 
1906 sat in the House of Commons for Leigh. He 
is also a keen educationalist, and has worked hard 
to solve one of the outstanding problems of Man- 
chester — the improvement of the conditions of life 
of those who dwell in the overcrowded and poverty- 
stricken districts within the city boundaries. 

In January a picturesque centenary celebration 
took place in the house of Cassell's, of La Belle 
Sauvage, which pointed with pride to the fact that 
the founder of the firm was born on January 23rd, 
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save his own native ability, made his mark on the 
publishing world of his day, and the firm which 
still bears his name shows every sign of being a 
lasting monument to his memory. John Cassell, a 
man with an untiring lust for knowledge, started 
life by working in several trades, but he found his 
life work in publishing — his experiments, in his first 
, phase, being wholly confined to books of an educa- 
tional character for which there was in that day an 
exceptional demand. One of his first ventures was 
The Standard of Freedom, 4|d. per week, issued 
from 335, Strand, in 1848. His great and earliest 
successes were concerned with works of the Popular 
Educator type, and journals published in the interests 
of self-improvement in the home. The Working 
Man's Friend and Family Instructor started as a 
weekly in 1850. The firm's chief success, CasselVs 
Popular Educator, was first published in 1852, and 
made amazing sales, running into millions, over a 
long period of years. Equally successful was the 
" National Library," edited by Professor Henry 
Morley (214 volumes at 3d. each), and " The People's 
Library " (120 volumes of literary classics at 8d.). 
CasselVs Magazine, one of the first popular monthlies, 
commenced publication in 1867. The firm founded 
by John Cassell has had many triumphs, and the 
ideas of its founder have been considerably broad- 
ened. Cassell's claim the honour of having intro- 
duced Robert Louis Stevenson to the reading public 
by^issuing " Treasure Island." The first works of 
Sir^A. T. Quiller Couch, and Sir Rider Haggard were 
issued by the La Belle Sauvage house, while a host 
of distinguished authors and writers have constantly 
appeared on Cassell's annual book lists. In recent 
years, Cassell's have developed as publishers of 
popular periodicals and magazines. There was a 
period when the firm seemed to lose the enterprising 
spirit of its founder and to mark time, but new life 
was put into a fine old organisation when the present 
manager, Mr. Arthur Spurgeon, J.P., was given 
control. Mr. Spurgeon went to Cassell's from the 
National Press Agency, and under his direction the 
great publishing house, founded by John Cassell, 
was entirely reorganised. The result was that 
Cassell's stands still in the first flight of popular 
publishers of books, periodicals and magazines, and 
shows steady progress and fine stability year by 
year. Mr. Spurgeon, a man of charming personality 
and conspicuous ability, is the chairman of the 
Croydon County Bench. 

Apart from the series of obituaries of newspaper 
proprietors, which appear in another section of this 
annual, death has removed several popular working 
journalists who were well known both to the public 
and to many fellow workers on the Press. Perhaps 
one of the most familiar figures in the gallery of the 
House of Commons was Mr. William Jeans, who 
died early in the year, the immediate cause being 
the shock occasioned by an accident in which he was 
run down by a motor vehicle. At the time of his 
death, Mr. Jeans had reached the ripe age of seventy- 
seven. He may be said to have been born in journa- 
lism, for his father was the late Mr. Robert Jeans, 
J.P., the proprietor of the Elgin Courier. Mr. 
Jeans followed the family tradition, for after com- 
pleting his education at Edinburgh, he adopted 
journalism as a profession, and received his early 



training in the offices of his father's journal. He 
went to Edinburgh afterwards, and from there to 
London to join the parliamentary corps of one of 
the leading metropolitan dailies. He was tempted 
out to Melbourne, but soon returned to London, 
and settled down to a long and arduous but successful 
life as a journalist. For thirty years, he was con- 
nected with the journalism of the House of Com- 
mons, and served several provincial journals as 
London correspondent. He was first London corre- 
spondent of the Leeds Mercury, but he joined the 
Dundee Advertiser, and also served the Liverpool 
Daily Post in the same capacity. He retired from 
working journalism about four years ago amid a 
shower of public compliments and presentations, 
and in his leisure published his " Parliamentary 
Reminiscences," which were interesting, for Mr. 
Jeans had known almost every leading political 
figure for quite thirty years. 

The Daily Telegraph staff experienced a heavy 
blow with the decease of Mr. John EUerthorpe, who 
retired from the Daily Telegraph after forty-five 
years continuous service on that paper. Lord 
Burnham spoke of Mr. EUerthorpe as " one of the 
greatest of the grand old men of Fleet Street." He 
was born at Hull in May, 1835, and passed away on 
May 20th, 1916. Beginning life as a schoolmaster, 
he turned to journalism, and after serving in the 
provinces entered London as the correspondent of 
the Scotsman. He was with John Morley (now 
Viscount) on the Morning Star. In 1870 he was on 
the Pall Mall staff, with Frederick Greenwood as his 
editor, and on May 1st, 1870, he was appointed to a 
post on the Daily Telegraph, and his connection with 
the journal afterwards remained unbroken until he 
retired. He travelled much for the Daily Telegraph, 
and was at the Philippines, and shared in some of the 
hardships of the beleaguered city before Admiral 
Dewey destroyed the Spanish Fleet and occupied 
Manilla. In South Africa, his truthful articles 
offended President Kruger, but he visited the 
country again, accompanying Mr. Chamberlain on 
his famous tour after the war. Mr. EUerthorpe 
was a versatile and brilliant journalist, much 
trusted by the Daily Telegraph, and very popular 
in Press circles. 

Of the many gaps in our ranks created during the 
year 1916, none will be more noticed than the one 
created by the death of Mr. Lance Thackeray, which 
occurred at Brighton, on August 11th. His work 
as an artist must be known to millions of people. 
He drew for Punch and for nearly every illustrated 
journal of any standing, at one time or another. He 
was also a successful painter, and his love of Egypt 
took him to that country every winter for many 
years, and resulted in many attractive series of draw- 
ings, most of which were exhibited. Lance Thack- 
eray was also a prolific illustrator of books. Full of 
promise, he died when he was little more than forty. 
His death was accelerated by his desire to serve his 
country. He joined the Artists Rifles soon after the 
war began, but his health, already impaired, broke 
down under the strain. Many will miss him in the 
Bohemian world of London, for he was a familiar 
figure at the Savage, the London Sketch, and the 
Langham Club, and his sympathetic and interesting 
personality made him friends everywhere. 



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THE LEGAL YEAR IN ITS RELATION TO 

THE PRESS. 



By Sir HUGH FBASER, LL.D. 



During last year several cases of interest to the Press were 
decided. 

LIBEL ACTIONS. 

Fair Comment on Matters of Public Interest, 

In the House of Lords an important Scottish case* was 
decided in January, 1916, on a point of law in which the 
English and Scottish Law are the same. The appellants 
were the proprietors of a daily newspaper with a large circula- 
tion throughout Scotland. The respondent was architect 
to a School Board. 

The action was brought by the respondent against the 
appellants claiming £3,000 as damages for an alleged slander 
published in the newspaper. The School Board had an agree- 
ment with its architect by which he undertook all work to be 
done by the Board of the nature of alterations and additions 
to existing structures, while new buildings were submitted to 
open competition. For some time past the School Board 
had been considering the question whether, in view of the 
demand for increased school accommodation, they should 
build a new school or enlarge the existing school, and various 
schemes had been submitted to the Board. At a meeting of 
the School Board in 1914, the chairman, Mr. X., said that 
a scheme in favour of an extension of the existing school 
had been approved, and that in 1913 an estimate by the 
architect had been submitted amoimting to £16,300, which, 
owing to a subsequent adjustment of the plans, had been 
increased by £800. 

The chairman said that it now appeared that the cost was 
to bo about double that amount. He could not help thinking 
that they had before them an inacciurate estimate by the 
architect in 1913, and he thought the matter so serious that 
he proposed in view of these facts that at the next meeting 
of the Board the termination of the existing agreement with 
the architect should be considered. 

After some further discussion it was agreed that the matter 
should be taken up at a private conference in the first instance, 
and then discussed by the Board in public. 

A report of the proceedings at this meeting was published 
in the newspaper on the following day, and a leading 
article commenting on the proceedings was published on the 
same day. The article contained the following passage : — 

" The Board has at present the curious arrangement with 
its architect by which he undertakes all work of the nature 
of alterations and additions to existing structures, while 
now buildings are submitted to open competition. Apparently 
the idea under this is that the Board's architect should manage 
the small things, while for the large things there is open com- 
petition. But for a considerable time past the * enlarge- 
ments ' have been much bigger jobs than the erection of new 
structures — e.g., the enlargement of A. B., costing about 
£20,000, and the projected enlargement of C. D., which 
would cost about £32,000. The rule as interpreted is an 
absurdity, and it puts a premium upon a certain kind of advice. 
Mr. X. proposes to make an end of it, and it is to be hoped 
that in the public interest the Board will support its 
chairman." 

The gist of the respondent's complaint was contained in 
an averment that the article meant that ho had been imfaith- 
ful to the trust reposed in him, and had in his position acted 
corruptly for his personal benefit. 

* (1910) 32 Times, Law Beporta 255. 



The Lord Ordinary, Lord Anderson, was of opinion that 
no reasonable body of men could extract this innuendo from 
the statements complained of, and he dismissed the action. 

The Second Division (the Lord Justice Clerk, Lord Johnston, 
and Lord Guthrie), after making certain amendments, allowed 
the issue as amended. 

In delivering judgment. Lord Haldane said that the appeal 
arose in an action for libel brought by the respondent, a well- 
known architect, against a newspaper having a largo circu- 
lation, and the question for decision was whether the Second 
Division were right in sending a certain issue as amended 
by them to the jury. 

After stating the facts, his Lordship continued : — The article 
complained of as a libel contained these words : — " Now the 
rule as interpreted is an absurdity, as it puts a premium 
upon a certain kind of advice." The innuendo sought to be 
put upon these words was that they represented that the 
respondent had acted corruptly for his own benefit. The 
question whether the language used supported that innuendo 
was a question to be decided by their Lordships as Judges 
of law. Was it possible if that language was read in its 
ordinary sense to say that it was such as could reasonably 
and natiurally support the innuendo ? It was not enough 
for the respondent to say that the language was ambiguous, 
that it was equally susceptible of either of two meanings, and 
that that was for the jury to decide. He must prove his case. 
He must show that the language, either by itself or taken 
with the surrounding circumstances, supported the innuendo. 

In England the question of libel or no libel was for the Judge, 
but owing to a great controversy which occurred in the early 
part of the last century Fox's Act was passed, which said 
that in future in criminal proceedings the question of libel 
was for the jury. The result was that for some time the ten- 
dency was to leave the whole matter to the jury, and for the 
Judge not to interfere ; but Lord Blackburn and the majority 
of the Judges who decided the Capital and Counties Bank v. 
Henty (7 App. Cas., 745) said that it was the law of England 
to-day that the question whether the words could reasonably 
bear the construction sought to be put upon them by the 
person who was said to be libelled was for the Court in the 
first instance ; and the broad principle was the same in 
England and in Scotland. 

In practice in England this question was usually determined 
upon motion in arrest of judgment, but in Scotland there had 
always been a very useful procedure under which at an early 
stage of the action issues were settled by the Court. In 
determining whether these words could support the innuendo 
it was not to the point that some Judges had thought they 
could. This was a question of law which it was their Lord- 
ships' duty, sitting in that House, to decide for themselves. 

The first thing he wished to say was that in dealing with 
a newspaper article written about a matter of public interest, 
considerable latitude was allowed by the law. Any person 
in the position of an architect to a school board must submit 
to a large amount of public criticism — such criticism would 
not be permissible in the case of a private person. In such 
cases malice in law was rebutted and malice in fact must be 
proved. Applying that principle to the document before 
their Lordships there was here a pretty severe comment on 
the system which enabled the respondent to hold the position 
he did and an intimation that that could not be a good system, 
but he foimd nothing that went beyond the limits of the 
principle which he had stated. 

As he read this article it contained no imputation upon 



THE LEGAL YEAR. 



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the respondent in his private or professional capacity. It 
was important that the Press should bo at liberty to criticise 
fairly public men, but it was equally important that people 
should have their private character sustained and should not 
be exposed to slander or libel. He was not suggesting for a 
moment that if be thought the newspaper had touched the 
respondent in his private capacity he would have given the 
advice which he now gave. In his opinion the appeal should 
bo allowed and the action dismissed, with costs. 
The other noble and learned Lords concurred. 



JPotV and Accurate Reports. 

In March last an action* was tried before Mr. Justice 
Shearman in which the plaintiff sued the defendants, the 
proprietors, publishers, and printers of a provincial news- 
paper, to recover damages for alleged libel. The defendants 
pleaded that the words complained of were a fair and accurate 
report of the proceedings of a borough council, published 
without malice, and that they were consequently privileged 
under the provisions of Section 4 of the Law of Libel Amend- 
ment Act, 1888. 

The plaintiff's case was that for 10 years he had been in 
the employment of the Corporation of the Borough as super- 
intendent of a cemetery. Some difficulty arose with regard 
to the men under his orders, and the men were dismissed 
and the plaintiff was asked to resign. This he declined to 
do, and he was given a month's notice. At a meeting of the 
council in 1915, the matter came up for consideration. The 
meeting was open to the public and an agenda paper, marked 
" confidential," was supplied for the use of members and 
of the public. On the agenda paper appeared a number of 
reports by various committees to be passed by the general 
committee. Among these there was a report, numbered 
(4), by the Adoptive Acts Committee, to the effect that the 
Committee were not satisfied with the manner in which the 
plaintiff had carried out his duties as superintendent 
at the cemetery ; that, as the Committee were of opinion that 
he did not possess the proper qualifications for the discharge 
of the duties of his office, he had been invited to send in his 
resignation ; and that, as his resignation had not been ten- 
dered, the committee recommended that one month's notice 
should be given to him to terminate his appointment. 

The practice adopted at the meeting of the council was 
merely to mention the number on the agenda paper of the 
reports of the committees without reading them, and then, 
if no question was raised, the report was adopted and passed. 
That course was pursued in the case of the report concerning 
the plaintiff. There was no discussion on it, and it was adopted 
without being read in public. 

In the next issue of their paper the defendants published 
the statements in the agenda paper concerning the plaintiff. 

Evidence having been given in support of the plaintiff's 
case, Counsel for the defendants said that he did not desire to 
cast any aspersion on the plaintiff's capacity, but he submitted 
that the publication was privileged by Section 4 of the Law 
of Libel Amendment Act, 1888. That section provided that 
a fair and acciurate report published in any newspaper of the 
proceedings of a public meeting, or even of any meeting of a 
vestry, town council, etc., published without malice should 
be privileged, provided that nothing in the section should be 
deemed or construed to limit or abridge any privilege now 
by law existing or to protect the publication of any matter 
not of public concern and the publication of which is not 
for the public benefit. 

He contended that it was sufficient for the piu-poses of the 
section to prove either that the publication was of a matter 
of public concern or was for the public benefit, and submitted 
that the publication of statements relating to the conduct 
of a public servant and of the reasons given by his employers 
for his dismissal was for the public benefit. 

Counsel for the plaintiff submitted that the publication 
must be both of a matter of public concern and for the public 
benefit. In the present case, although the matter might be 
one of public concern, its publication could not be for the public 
benefit. 

Mr. Justice Shearman, in giving judgment, said that the 
report relating to the plaintiff was never read in public. It 
was moved in the form in which it was printed on the agenda 
paper and passed. Thereupon it became a public resolution 

• (1916) 32 Time* Law Keporta 301. 



of the general council. It was not disputed that what the 
defendants had printed was a fair summary of what was con- 
tained in the document, and in his opinion it would be fritter- 
ing away the privilege of newspapers if he were to hold that 
this was anything else than a fair and accurate report of what 
took place at the meeting. 

That, however, was not enough to establish the privilege 
because of the proviso to the statute. He had no doubt that 
a matter relating to the manager of a public cemetery was a 
matter of public concern, but the question of the meaning of 
publication for the public benefit had given him some difficulty. 
The only case that he could find which threw any light on the 
matter was Pankhurst v. Sowler (3 The Times Law Reports, 
193), which laid down that the question whether a particular 
statement waa for the public benefit was for the jury. Sitting 
as a jury, he came to the conclusion that in the present case 
the publication was for the public benefit. It seemed to him 
that the statute was intended to protect newspapers which 
honestly and without malice reported what happened at a 
public meeting. 

If he were to hold that such a publication as the present 
was not for the public benefit, it seemed to him that it would 
be placing an intolerable burden upon reporters at public 
meetings and would be laying pitfalls for them, and would 
help to fritter away the privilege which he was sure the 
statute intended to give. In his opinion there must be judg- 
ment for the defendants. 



COPYRIGHT— LIVING PICTURES AN INFRINGEMENT 
OF COPYRIGHT IN A PICTURE. 

In March last an action"' was tried before Mr. Justice 
Coleridge, in which the plaintiffs, the proprietors of a well- 
known journal, claimed from the defendant damages for 
alleged infringement of copyright. 

The plaintiffs complained that on certain dates the defend- 
ant reproduced certain pictures from their journal, as tableaux 
vivants, and also that on other dates he reproduced in the 
same way colourable representations or imitations of the 
pictures. 

The defendant admitted the first of these allegations, but 
denied the second. 

Mr. Justice Coleridge said that the question was a mixed 
one of law and fact. The law of copyright had been extended 
from time to time in the interests of authors or owners. The 
Fine Arts Copyright Act, 1862, by Section 1 vested " the sole 
and exclusive right of copying, engraving, reproducing and 
multiplying " a drawing and the design thereof in the author, 
and Section 6 prohibited the repetition, copying, or colourable 
imitation of the work or the design thereof. The Copyright 
Act, 1911, repealed those sections and substituted for the lan- 
guage of Section 6 the following words. Section 1 (2) : — 
For the purpose of this act " copyright " means the sole right to 
produce or reproduce the work or any substantial part thereof 
in any material form whatsoever. 

That had the effect of making living pictures possible sub- 
jects of infringement of the copyright in a picture.and remedied 
the effect of the decision of the Court of Appeal in Hanfstaengl 
V. Empire Palace (L.R. (1894) 2 ch. 1), especially as the 
House of Lords in Hanfstaengl v. Raines & Co. (L.R. (1895) 
A. C. 20), had thrown some doubt upon the former decision. 
The Act also extended the protection of copyright to the 
reproduction of any substantial part of the original work, 
thereby extending in favour of the owner of copyright the 
language used in the repealed sections of the Act of 18G2. 
The Act of 1911 did not, however, disturb the existing 
definitions of what were the works which were the subject 
of copyright, though it enlarged them. 

The pictures in question were works of art, and although 
they need have no artistic merit to entitle their author to 
protection, yet they must consist of two essentials— an idea 
and a design, or an embodiment of that idea. Before 1911 
the law protected the design, which meant the particular form 
in which the idea was embodied, and since 1911 the law had 
protected that embodiment, whatever be the medium in 
which it was expressed. But it was the embodiment which 
was the subject of copyright, for though the idea was not 
original, if the embodiment of the idea or any substantial 
part of it was copied, copyright was infringed ; whereas the 



(1916) 32 Timei Law Beporta 349, 



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THE NEWSPAPER PHESS DIRECTORY. 



idea might be adopted, even if it was original, but if the 
embodiment of such idea or a substantial part thereof was 
not copied, no copyright was infringed. 

The question of fact which he had to decide was whether 
the living pictures or any of them weie reproductions in a 
material form of the whole or a substantial part of the 
original pictures. 

His Lordship dealt with the evidence and discussed the 
pictures in the journal and the corresponding living pictures 
complained of. He held that except in one case there had 
been no infringement of copjnright between May 3rd and 
July 2nd, and that after August 30th no infringement took 
place. 

His Lordship assessed the damages at £61 lOs., including a 
sum paid into Court, for the infringement admitted by the 
defendant, and granted an injunction restraining the defendant 
with regard to one of the pictures. 

Judgment for the plaintiffs was accordingly entered with 
costs. 



COPYRIGHT IN DRAWINGS OF LETTERS FOR TYPE 
FACES. 

In October last an interesting action* in reference to this 
subject came before Mr. Justice Eve. 

Before the Copyright Act, 1911, a drawing of a letter for 
a type face could be the subject matter of copyright under 
the Fine Arts Copyright Act, 1862, and a specimen sheet 
containing words and letters illustrating the type faces for a 
fount of type could be the subject-matter of copyright under 
the Copyright Act 1842, and by Section 24 of the Act of 1911 
the proprietors of that cop3Tight are given rights under that 
Act in substitution for their previous rights and are not ex- 
cluded from the operation of the Act of 1911 by Section 22, 
even though the design for the fount was capable of being 
registered under the Patents and Designs Act, 1907, To 
supply matrices for separate letters for type casting which have 
been copied from a foimt of type of registered design is not 
an infringement of the registered design, which could only be 
infringed by producing the same letters in the same arrange- 
ment, but is an infringement of the copjrright in the drawings 
of letters for the type faces and in specimen sheets illustrating 
them. 



WRONGFUL DISMISSAL OF A JOURNALIST. 

In November last the Court of Appeal consisting of Lord 
Justice Swinfen Eady, Lord Justice Bankes, and Mr. Justice 
A. T. Lawrence, heard an appealf in which the defendants, 
who were the proprietors of an American newspaper, appealed 
from the judgment entered by Mr. Justice Darling at the 
trial of the action in favour of the plaintiff, for the sum of 
£900 awarded him by the jury as damages for wrongful 
dismissal on the basis that he was entitled to twelve months' 
notice to terminate his employment as chief correspondent 
for Great Britain of the newspaper and European manager 
of the defendants' business at a salary of £20 a week. 

Lord Justice Swinfen Eady, in giving judgment, said that 
in the absence of any express agreement or custom as to length 
of notice it was for the jury to assess the damages on a reason- 
able basis. 

In cases which had come before this Court a custom had 
been proved that an editor was entitled to twelve months' 
notice, and a sub-editor to six months' notice. In the absence 
of evidence of custom it could not be said that the view of the 
jury in this case was unreasonable, and the appeal must be 
dismissed with costs. The other Lords Justices concurred. 



STATUTORY REGULATIONS REQUIRING PRINTER 
TO PRINT HIS NAME AND ADDRESS ON 
PAPERS PRINTED BY HIM AND PENALTY 
FOR INFRINGING SUCH REGULATIONS. 

During the past year several cases have been heard in which 
printers have been proceeded against for having printed 
papers and books without printing thereupon in accordance 
with the statutory requirements their name and usual place 

• 33 Times Law Reports 24. 

t (1916) 33 Timet Law Beports 77. 



of abode or business, and in most of such cases penalties have 
been inflicted. In this connection it must be remembered 
that, subject to certain exceptions, to which it is unnecessary 
to refer here, it is provided that every print, paper, or book 
which at the time it is printed is meant to be published or 
dispersed must have upon the front of such paper, if it be 
printed upon one side only, or upon the first and last leaf, 
if it consists of more than one leaf, the name and address of 
the printer.* 

The penalty for assisting to publish or disperse each paper 
or book which does not comply with the above pro\ ision is a 
sum of not more than £5, but proceedings for its recovery 
must be commenced in the name of the law officers of the 
Crown. If a printer fails to comply with the above provision 
it would appear that he cannot sue for the price of materials 
and labour expended.f 



ANNUAL RETURNS AND PENALTY FOR 
OMISSION. 

During the past year penalties were imposed on the printers 
and publishers of several newspapers for failing to make the 
annual returns required by the Newspapers Libel & Registra- 
tion Act, 1881. 

By Section 9 of that Act : " It shall be the duty of the 
printers and publishers for the time being of every newspaper 
to make or cause to be made to the Registry Office, on or 
before July 31st, and thereafter annually in the month of 
July, in every year, a return of the following particulars 
according to the schedule . . . that is to say : — 

" {a) The title of a newspaper. 

" {b) The names of all the proprietors of such newspaper, 
together with their respective occupations, places of business 
(if any), and places of residence." 

By Section 10 : " If within the further period of one month 
after the time hereinbefore appointed for the making of any 
return as to any newspaper such retiurn Ije not made, then 
each printer and publisher of such newspaper shall, on con- 
viction thereon, be liable to a penalty not exceeding £25, 
and also to be directed by a summary order to make a return 
within a specified time." 



DEFENCE OF THE REALM ACT. 

Several convictions against journalists were recorded laat 
year in respect of infringements of the Act and regulations 
thereunder. These cases were mainly in respect of articles 
and photographs calculated to help the enemy, and show how 
necessary it is for editors to bear in mind the provisions of the 
above Act on this subject. 



CONTEMPT OF COURT. 

During the past year several cases were heard in which 
applications were made to commit persons for contempt 
of Court in respect of articles on pending proceedings. It 
should be remembered by journalists that it may be a con- 
tempt to publish an article in a newspaper commenting 
on the proceedings in a pending criminal prosecution or civil 
action. In such cases the mischievous tendency of a trial 
by the newspapers when a trial by one of the regular tribunals 
of the country is taking place is to be considered. On the 
other hand, the summary jurisdiction will only be exercised 
when it is probable that the publication complained of will 
substantially interfere with a fair trial.J Moreover the Court 
will not permit applications for contempt of Court to be 
used for the purpose of obtaining pecuniary compensation, 
whereas they ought only to be instituted in the interests of 
justice.§ 



• Newspapers, Printers, and Reading Booms Bcpeal Act, 1869 
(32 & 33 Vict., c. 24), S. 1, Sched. 11. 

t See Bensley c. Bignold 5 B. & Aid. 355. 

t See Volume 7 of " The Laws of England," by the Earl of Halsbury, 
p. 286. 

S See the observations of Lord Alverstone, C.J., Law Reports 
(1903), 19 Timet L.R. at p. 627. 



25 



THE LATE MR A. F. ASHER, J. P. 

"THE SURREY ADVERTISER AND COUNTY TIMES." 



The end of the year brought to many the sad news of 
the death of Mr. Alexander Forsythe Asher, which took place 
at his residence, in Guildford, on Christmas Day. Mr. Asher 
was well known to journalists everywhere through a con- 
nection extending over half a century with the Surrey Adver- 
tiser as proprietor, and latterly governing and managing 
director. The end of a long and useful life was not un- 
expected, for before death Mr. Asher suffered a long and 
trying illness and for the last four or five years had been 
practically an invalid. His last appearance at a public 
function in the town of Guildford, with which he was so 
closely identified, took place so far back as November, 1911. 

Mr. Asher's successful life began in Keith, Banffshire, 
where he was born on August 16th, 1839. He was the second 
son of Mr. James Asher, bookseller, of Huntley, and he 
received his early education in the Gordon Schools of that 
town, afterwards becoming a private pupil of the Rev. J. 
Whyte Mellor. His long con- 
nection with journalism began in 
the offices of the Morayshire 
Courier and the Elgin Courant, 
papers that were subsequently 
amalgamated. Mr. Asher liked 
to tell that the paper with which 
he began his career, more than 
fifty years ago, used to forward 
him a gratuitous copy weekly — a 
practice continued up to the time 
of his death. Following the 
example of many successful Scots- 
men, Mr. Asher decided to make 
his way and push his fortunes in 
the South. The young Scot of 
twenty-one found his first open- 
ing in England on the staff of the 
Shropshire News, afterwards amal- 
gamated with the Wellington 
Journal. From Wellington Mr. 
Asher went to Sevenoaks to 
become a sub-editor on the Kent 
Times, and later he worked in a 
similar position on the staff of the 
Sussex Advertiser, at Tunbridgo 
Wells. From Tunbridge Wells 
Mr. Asher's career took him to 
Merthyr Tydvil, on the Merthyr 
Telegraph, but the change did not 
suit him, and on medical grounds 
he returned to the more genial 
South. 

In 1864 Mr. Asher beganfhis 
long and prosperous association 
with the county of Surrey. That 
year, curiously enough, saw the 
birth of the journal with which 
he was afterwards so long associated. In Surrey he first 
served with the Surrey Standard, at Guildford, and in that 
town, which was to play a big part in his subsequent career, 
he made many friends. About the time when Mr. Asher 
went to Guildford, Mr. Joseph Whittaker Barfoot, a printer, 
had begun to issue what was meant to be an advertising 
sheet — The Surrey Advertiser and Commercial and Agri- 
cultural Register. The paper soon became a very ambitious 
little enterprise and the advertising sheet began also to carry 
acceptable news features. First a monthly, it was soon 
issued fortnightly, and finally was published weekly, a charge 
of a penny being made for it. Mr. Barfoot foimd that con- 
ducting the bantling involved a strain that neither his time 
nor health would bear, and decided to dispose of what had 
in two years become a valuable property. 

At the instance of Lord Ashcombe and other leaders of the 
Conservative Party in Surrey, Mr. Asher was persuaded to 
take charge of the Surrey Advertiser, and he was joined as 




The Late Mr. A. F. Asher 



partner by Mr. A. F. Walbrook, who had acted as a reporter 
on the paper. Under their joint ownership the paper was 
improved and grew in influence and circulation. The two 
partners were joined by Mr. William Paine, who brought to 
the partnership a very shrewd business faculty. The pur- 
chase and incorporation of the County Times, conducted by 
Mr. R. H. B. Larkin, at Chertsey, added further to the 
territory served by the Surrey Advertiser, and still further 
increased its circulation. After some years, first Mr. Paine 
and then Mr. Walbrook were bought out, and in 1889 Mr. 
Asher became the sole proprietor. A few years later the 
business was turned into a private company, and Mr. Asher 
held the position of governing and managing director until 
his death. Under his direction the Surrey Advertiser became 
not only a great county newspaper, but its fairness to con- 
tending interests, its independence, and its freedom from any 
form of obnoxious personalities, have made the journal very 
acceptable in the area it serves. 

As a journalist Mr. Asher was 
very widely known and respected. 
Indeed, his heart was ever first 
and foremost in the profession of 
his choice. He was seldom 
happier than when attending 
business or social functions where 
he came into contact with other 
journalists and newspaper men. 
He was one of the earliest mem- 
bers of the Institute of Journalists 
and was the first Chairman of the 
Surrey District. He was a 
member of the committee of the 
district for a long succession of 
years, and while his health 
lasted no one was more regular 
in his attendance. For several 
years he was on the committee 
of the Newspaper Society, and 
was chosen president in succes- 
sion to the late Sir Hugh Gilzean 
Reed. The Newspaper Press Fund 
and the Press Club were other 
organisations of which the de- 
ceased was a member for many 
years and up to the time of his 
death. 

Guildford, the town of his adop> 
tion,falso played a great part in 
the life of Mr. Asher as time 
went on. In his earlier days he 
took part freely in local dramatic 
performances and other entertain- 
ments. He was for some years 
hon. secretary of the old Guildford 
Conservative Club, and in 1884 
was entertained to a dinner, presided over by the late 
Mr. Denzil Onslow, M.P., at which he was presented with a 
drawing-room clock and a pair of vases, in recognition of his 
loyal services. Later, after failing in his first election, 
Mr. Asher entered the i?own Council, taking his seat in 1899. 
After two years in the Council he was elected Mayor, in 
1901, and his term of office was a memorable one, for he read 
to the inhabitants of his town the proclamation of peace 
that brought the end of the Boer War. In 1904 Mr. Asher 
was placed on the commission of peace, and he also held 
many other public offices in the Guildford district. In 
his own office Mr. Asher's relations with his staff were of 
the happiest character, and many remember him as a kindly, 
genial employer, more ready to praise than to blame, who 
treated every one, down to the office boy, with unfailing 
consideration and courtesy. His death, which ended a long 
and useful life, was regretted by no one more than by the 
men who had been in close business association with him. 



26 



THE LATE MR. DAVID EDWARDS, J.R 

'' NOTTINGHAM DAILY EXPRESS^ 



A very prominent citizen of Nottingham was removed 
from an active life, with the death of Mr. David Edwards, 
J.P., the managing director of the Nottingham Daily Express. 
The sad event took place at his residence in the city, on 
February 22nd. The end came after an illness of several 
weeks and was not entirely miexpected. Mr. Edwards was 
in his fifty-eighth year and left a widow and one son, Sir. 
Arthur Lloyd Edwards, who, prior to his father's death, had 
charge of his interests in the Express wth a seat on the Board 
of Directors of that paper. Mr. Edwards' death, which came 
quietly and peacefully, was nevertheless a severe shock to 
the Express staff, many of whom had known him since 1891, 
when he took up his work in Nottingham, as managing 
director of the Daily Express, after relinquishing his position 
as general manager of the North Wales Observer (Carnarvon). 

The deceased gentleman was born at Bethel, near Car- 
narvon, in April, 1858, the son of a small farmer. He started 
life with an apprenticeship to the 
printing trade, at the Carnarvon 
Herald offices. Natural aptitude 
and an instinctive imderstanding 
of machinery meant rapid advance- 
ment for Mr. Edwards. At the 
age of seventeen he had complete 
charge of a Wharfedale printing 
machine — a suggestive fact to all 
who know the printing trade. 
Completing his apprenticeship, 
Liverpool attracted the young 
Welshman, and he was engaged 
by the Liverpool Daily Post, and 
spent a few years in the service 
of that firm. He returned to 
Carnarvon at the age of twenty- 
six to take up a position of control 
in the offices of the Genedl 
Gymraeg ("The Welsh Nation"), 
and it was with this appointment 
that he began to bring into play 
a j)ronoimccd literary faculty. 
In Carnarvon he began to be 
known as a keen politician and a 
vigorous writer in both Welsh and 
English. One result of his activ- 
ities was the starting of a news- 
paper devoted to the cause of 
Welsh Disestablishment. That 
journal, the North Wales Observer, 
became a notable success, and 
under its aegis Mr. Lloyd George 
fought and won his first Parlia- 
mentary election. Mr. Dsvid 
Edwards took an important share 
in introducing a politician destined 
to become one of the most famous 
men in the Empire, and ensuring him effective support. 

For seven or eight years Mr. Edwards was busily engaged 
in pushing the fortunes of the North Wales Observer and its 
associated journals, but in 1891 he left Wales for a wider 
field and transferred himself to Nottingham, where he took 
charge of the Nottingham Daily Express and the Evening News. 
In that capacity he served six years, and proof of his fine 
talents was not wanting in the results obtained. His extra- 
ordinary knowledge of the inside Ufe of a newspaper, from 
the composing-room to the editorial chair, made itself felt 
throughout the office. Few men have possessed so intimate 
a knowledge of the inside of a newspaper office or have had 
at their command such an all-round mastery of the technical, 
commercial, and journalistic departments of Press enterprise. 
He was as practical as any technical expert in the machine- 
rooms ; as a writer ho had a virile journalistic touch ; as a 
man moving in his world ho was well abreast of the times, 
iu intimate touch with public opinion mi with the ideafl of 



The Late Mr. David Edwards, 



social and political economists and the questions preoccupy- 
ing the people he served. 

In 1897 Mr. Edwards' fine work with his Nottingham papers 
was interrupted. In that year, at the instance of the late 
Right Hon. Arnold Morley, he went to London to be assistant 
manager of the Daily News, in association with the late Sir 
Jolm Robinson, becoming afterwards editor and manager. 
He was welcomed back to his old paper in Nottingham, after 
a period of retirement in London, caused by an ailment he 
never mastered. From this period his life was spent in the 
service of the papers he had so ably controlled, widening 
their influence, extending his own, and using the circulation 
of his journal in the best interests both of local and national 
causes. 

The deceased never entered pubUc life, although, had his 
health permitted after his successful association with the 
Daily News, it was one of his ambitions. Ho was indeed 
once a candidate for the London 
County Council, one of his col- 
leagues being Sir. Bernard Shaw, 
who killed his chances with a 
typically Shavian touch. Mr. 
Edwards used to tell the story 
with a great deal of unction. At 
one of the meetings of the coterie 
of candidates, of which Air. Ed- 
wards made one, they were petrified 
to hear Mr. Shaw declare, amid 
much astonishment, that he should 
always favour the acceptance of 
the highest tender for Council work 
as "that would ensure the greatest 
amount possible being spent in 
wages." The statement was the 
death knell of that particular knot 
of candidates. Sir. Edwards' 
pubUc life also included a keen 
and interesting struggle for St. 
Ann's Ward, in Nottingham, his 
opponent being Alderman (then 
Sir.) E. N. Elborne. Mr. Edwards 
was placed upon the roll of city 
magistrates about three years ago, 
but the ailment which caused his 
withdrawal from active business 
life in the early nineteen hundreds, 
also prevented him from taking 
part in any public work afterwards. 
His religious views foimd ex 
pression in the Congregational 
Church, and he held office at 
Addison Street. Like many 
Welshmen, sensitive, romantic 
and poetical, he had found a vent 
for this side of his nature in the 
composition of fugitive verse and occasional hymns, some of 
which made a distinct appeal to the national heart and 
have secured popular favour. He was generous in nature 
and many needy souls foimd him a Uberal benefactor. Mr. 
Edwards was very popular both with the Press workers at 
his offices and in newspaper circles generally. His death was 
a great regret to the many who had worked with him on 
the staff of the Nottingham Express. In addition he had a 
wide circle of friends both in Nottingham and Carnarvon, 
and in other parts of Wales, and was never happier than 
when he was amongst them. With the passing of Sir. Edwards, 
as one of his colleagues writes, a real personality was 
withdrawn from the social, poUtical and journaUstic life of 
Nottingham. How greatly that personality had influenced 
the civic life of Nottingham was proved by the tribute paid 
to his remains which were interned at Carnarvon in the Welsh 
soil from which he c^roe, an4 tho love gf wbicb largely 
domina^d bis Ufe, 




27 



THE LATE MR. J. T. FORMAN. 

THE ''NOTTINGHAM GUARDIAN:' 



One of the most respected public men in Nottingham 
passed away with the death of Mr. J. T. Forraan, which sad 
event took place at his residence on Monday, May 15th. 
Mr. Forraan was widely known not only m Nottingham and 
the county district, but in London and the newspaper world 
generally, as the senior partner in the firm of Messrs. Thos. 
Forman & Sons, proprietors of the Nottingham Guardian and 
Evening Post, and other papers, and a great firm of general 
printers. He died after a short illness in his sixty -ninth year, 
and the news of his demise was a great shock to a wide circle 
of friends and business acquaintances, in the city and coimty. 

The obsequies took place in the churchyard at Wilford, and 
the simple but impressive ceremony, both in the church and 
in the graveyard, was witnessed by a large and representa- 
tive gathering drawn from the public life of Nottingham. 
Amongst those who paid their tribute to he dead were the 
Mayor (Coimcillor J. G. Small) ; the Sheriff (Councillor J. 
Clarkson), and the Town Clerk 
(Mr. W. J. Board) ; Alderman 
Sir John Turney ; Sir Edward 
Fraser ; Sir Jesse Boot ; and 
many others prominent in the 
political and social life of Notting- 
ham. A tribute to the deceased 
gentleman's wide appreciation in 
Press circles was the presence not 
only of members of his own staff, 
but of numerous representatives 
of other newspaper and printing 
enterprises. 

Mr. Forman did much for Not- 
tingham and the district in many 
capacities. He was certainly one 
of the best-known men in the city. 
Ho was widely esteemed for his 
many likeable personal qualities 
and, outside his business, in a 
long and strenuous life, made many 
friends. He was known in the 
wider sense, however, because of 
his position as the directing force 
behind two great newspapers. 
The NottingJuim Guardian and 
Evening Post progressed under his 
inspiring rule. From the first 
they were papers of great local 
significance and grew in power 
under Mr. Forman's direction 
until they were — and are — justi- 
fiably classed amongst the national 
newspaper enterprises. Notting- 
ham, a fertile field for newspaper 
workers, was an open book to Mr. 
Forman, and the Guardian well 
represented the activities of that 
strenuous district, socially, politically, and industrially. 

The Nottingham Guardian was foimded by the deceased 
gentleman's father, the late Mr. Thomas Forman, and carried 
on by him for many years. A younger son, the late Mr. 
Jesse R. Forman, afterwards undertook the management of 
the paper, and retained it for a considerable period. It was 
upon his death that the direct control of the paper fell to the 
late Mr. J. T. Forman. His policy in conducting the two 
jovu-nals never neglected the wider world outside. The 
papers are general newspapers in the widest sense of the 
words. But, on local matters, both the Guardian and the 
Evening Post, under Mr. Forman, exercised a very far-reaching 
influence, and the secret of IVIr. Forman's popularity and 
success was due to the fact that the full force of his news- 
papers was always exercised in directions beneficial to the 
best interests of the town they serve so admirably, Mr. 
■Forman's sympathies and the infiuenoe of hia journals could 
ftjwayg |?e eolisted to puppoFt oi all worthy pubUfl mOTe* 




The Late Mr, J. T, Forman. 



ments, and once they were, they proved a tower of strength 
to their respective organisers. 

When the existence of the Church Schools of the dioceso 
was threatened he was instrumental in raising a largo sum 
of money to meet the requirements of the Board of Educa- 
tion, and during the war some £30,000 has been provided 
through the Guardian for Christmas gifts for local soldiers 
and sailors, besides the contributions to the " Prince of 
Wales's Fund, the provision of huts and other good causes. 

Locally, Mr. Forman and the Nottingham Guardian stood 
for everything likely to advantage the town or to ensure its 
well-being and progress. In a wider field, the Nottingham 
Guardian, under Mr. Forman's hands, exercised a progressive 
influence on national policy and thought. 

Mr. J. T. Forman had much to do in directing the enter- 
prises with which his name is associated, but he also found time 
for useful public work. He was one of the senior magistrates 
of the city, and had been actively 
identified with the Children's 
Hospital, the High School and 
many other phases of public life. 
Mr. Forman's passing was par- 
ticularly regretted by the vil- 
lagers of Wilford, in whose midst 
he had resided for many years. 

In newspaper circles Mr. Forman 
moved widely, and he was known 
and respected by newspaper men 
in many districts. Indeed, 
though most of the staff on his 
various papers have long years 
of service, the jovu-nals in com- 
mon with all city papers outside 
London, were a great journal- 
istic nursery. Many men passed 
through his offices, gained in- 
spiration by association with 
him, and laid the foundations of 
great journalistic careeis by ser- 
vice in Nottingham. And many 
prominent journalists who gained 
their experience and found their 
feet in Nottingham noted the 
passing of their old chief with 
regret. Those directly in his 
service experienced a sense of 
personal loss, for the late Mr. 
Forman was in close association 
with his enterprises, was a kindly 
and just employer, who had 
a quick appreciation for merit, 
and a pleasant manner which 
endeared him to all who were 
brought into contact with his 
personality. In addition to 
large numbers of personal and public emblems at the 
fimeial, wTeaths were sent by the literary staffs of the Not- 
tingham Guardian, and Evening Post, all the many depart- 
ments in Mr, Forman's great business, the East Midlands 
District of the Institute of Journalists, the Nottingham Typo- 
graphical Society, and the directors of the Nottingham Daily 
Express. It was a tribute to Mr. Forman's personality that 
he was as well liked by his competitors as by those news- 
paper workers who were drawn directly under his influence. 

Amongst many interesting public tributes, the Bishop of 
Southwell, speaking at a meeting of the Notts Church Exten- 
sion Society, expiessed the gathering's sense of loss at the 
death of Mr. Forman. " They owed a great debt of gratitude 
to Mr. Forman not only as churchmen, for his earnest sym- 
pathy and support in all church work, but also as citizens 
for the high tone and sympathetic attitude towards all good 
causes, invariably adopted by his papers, which, under hi£| 
^Mj^ance, topi; a f8r§ni99t position in the proyinciai Presa,'' 



28 



THE LATE MR. J. C. FRANCIS. 

''THE ATHEN^UMr 



\ In London publishing, bookselling and literary circles a 
painful breach was created by the death of Mr. John Collins 
Francis, who for the greater part of his long life had been 
associated with The Athenceum and Note^i and Queries. Mr. 
Francis, who was in his seventy -ninth year, died on December 
27th, 1916, after an illness of but a brief duration. With his 
passing, not only was a popular and much appreciated figure 
removed from newspaper and pubUshing circles, but literary 
workers and the book trade also lost in him a sincere friend 
and one who always worked in their best interests. In the 
book world very few men were more widely known than 
Mr. John Collins Francis, and certainly none were better 
liked than the modest, retiring publisher of the most typical 
of our English literary joumials. 

Mr. John Collins Francis may be said to have inherited 
bLs interest in The Athenceum, for, in his career, he followed 
closely in the footsteps of his father. John Francis, his 
father, went on The Athenmum 
when that journal was in its 
infancy. Indeed, he saw the 
journal grow from very small 
beginnings to great influence. In 
1830, the copyright of The 
Athenceum became the property of 
Mr. James Holmes, for the sum 
of £200. The year after. Sir Charles 
Dilke took a hand, and purchased 
three quarters of the shares. The 
new-comer, besides being a man of 
great literary interests, was also 
a shrewd business man, and he 
at once saw the ability of John 
Francis and marked his apprecia- 
tion of the fact by appointing 
him business manager and pub- 
lisher of The Athenceum in 1831. 
The elder Francis was a man of 
the highest public spirit, and, 
though he never obtruded himself 
in any way, he played a leading 
part in several great public 
movements. He brought about, 
more than any other man, the 
repeal of the duty of Is. 6d. on 
each advertisement, of the stamp 
duty of a penny on each news- 
paper, and lastly, of the paper 
duty of IJd. per lb. — charges that 
were successively repealed in 1853, 
1855, and 1861. 

John Francis died in 1882, and 
Mr. John Collins Francis, who had 
for many years assisted his father, 
succeeded him as publisher of 
The Athenceum. Those who knew 
this worthy son and his worthy father will agree that 
the two famous journals with which they wore associated 
owe no small part of their influence and popularity to their 
untiring devotion and business activity. In the book- 
selling and publishing trades, the late Mr. Francis was greatly 
esteemed. He was nearly always referred to as " Mr. John 
C. Francis of The Athenceum" and his connection with the 
journal was as much an institution in the trade as was the 
paper in the literary world. A modest, retiring man, he 
nad a genuine fund of kindliness and made friends wherever 
ho went. His interests, though largely centred on the 
advancement of his two papers. The Athenceum and Notes 
and Queries, rather widened his outlook and his connection 
with the life about him. He was in every sense a warm 
supporter of the institutions of the book trade. At many 
a meeting of publishers and booksellers, and in many a 
printed report, the thanks of the trade were tendered to 
" Mr. John Cc Frapci^ pf The Athenceum " for his support. 




The Late Mr. J. C. Fr.\ncis. 



The Booksellers' Provident Society in particular found in 
him a life-long and a loyal friend. He naturally took a 
great pride in the success of the leading literary journal. 
His mind was stored with knowledge of books and periodicals 
of all kinds. He was an authority on most of the problems 
confronting printers and publishers, and was at all times 
ready to share his erudition with the many friends who 
needed to draw on it. 

Though concerned with the business side of the manage- 
ment of The Athenceum, the traditions of the two journals 
naturally turned Mr. Francis' thoughts to literary work, and 
he was a contributor both to The Athenceum and Notes and 
Queries. Mr. Francis did not write frequently for The 
Athenceum, but from time to time close observers could trace 
his hand in notices of biography, especially the biographies 
of eminent dissenting ministers. To such a task he brought 
both knowledge and sympathy, for all his life John Collins 
Francis was a loyal Baptist. Some 
of the best things he wrote appeared 
in Notes and Queries. His know- 
ledge of books and periodicals 
particularly fitted him for this 
work. Without pretending to 
any special brilliancy of style, 
Mr. Francis had a remarkable 
skill in picking out the salient 
facts in the history of authors. 
His " Notes by the Way," contain- 
ing many of his contributions to 
Notes and Qiiencs, also included 
recollections of two dear friends, 
the Rev. J. W. Ebsworth and 
Mr. Joseph Knight, for many years 
dramatic critic to The Athenceum. 
In Notes and Queries, many of the 
admirable book reviews and the 
useful and informing notices of 
catalogues issued by the anti- 
quarian book trade were, we 
believe, from his pen. In business, 
his associates found him a loyal 
and warm-hearted friend, and he 
was always on good terms with 
the many distinguished men who 
were contributors to The Athen- 
ceum in his day. 

Mr. Francis gave up his work on 
The Athenceum some time Ijefore 
his death. Changes were inevit- 
able, and rendered more so by 
the outbreak of war. It was no 
doubt a deep source of regret, 
after a long and devoted life, to 
find the war was to affect so severe- 
ly the fortunes of the two journals 
of which he had been so proud. Still, he wrote cheerfully and 
remained busily employed to the end, the task filling his 
leisure being the congenial one of extending to the present 
day the history of The Athenceum since 1882, the date at which 
he stopped in his notable volumes on his father's life and 
work. He had many other interests which kept him cheerful 
and filled the evening of his life with pleasant interests. 
His world will remember him as one of the most benevolent 
and genial of men, loyal to his friends and fellow-workers, 
and nill of understanding and sympatliy for the movements 
his great journal reflected. Sir W. Robertson NicoU, 
devoting a portion of the " Correspondence of Claudius 
Clear " in the British Weekly to an estimate of the 
deceased gentleman's character and work, concluded, " I am 
sure he liiniself never wrote for publication an unkind word, 
and I never heard one fall from his lips." That is a thought 
in the minds of the many men who knew "Mr. John C. 
Francis of The Athenaeum." 



[Wayland. 



29 



THE LATE MR. JOHN HARTLEY. 

''THE BRIGHOUSE ECEOr 



A tragically sudden end to a useful life was the death of 
Mr. John Hartley, managing director of Messrs. John 
Hartley, Ltd., and founder of the Brighouse Echo. Tho sad 
. \ cnt took place on Friday, Feb. 1 1th, 1916, and the announco- 
iiifiit was a shock to Mr. Hartley's many friends in the 
Kiighouse district. There had been no reason to suspect 
fli it ho was not enjoying his usual average of good health. 
I )ii tho day of his death he was about the town interviewing 
P'oplo in connection with his business and performing the 
.wdinary routine of his busy life. The idea that tho end of 
iiis useful career was at hand was the last thing in tho minds 
of his intimates and associates. He was at the office of his 
paper in the morning. Indeed, his colleagues speak of 
him being in a particularly happy and reminiscent mood, 
talking of the life and people of Brighouse as he knew them, 
over a period of sixty years. He loft the office, went home 
to his usual midday meal and never returned again — his 
tragically sudden end being a pain- 
ful shock to all associated with 
him. When discovered, lying 
face downwards, in his home, he 
was dressed for the out of doors 
and had evidently been on the 
point of returning to his office 
and business. 

The lato Mr. Hartley was sixty- 
eight years of age. He was a 
native of the thriving Yorkshire 
town of Brighouse and everything 
connected with its local life had 
a deep and abiding interest for 
him. He started life as an 
apprentice to the printing trade, 
serving his period with the late 
Mr. Joseph Rushworth, Com- 
mercial Buildings, Brighouse. 
He often used to recall that he 
had the honour of selling the first 
copy of the first newspaper 
printed in the town — the Brig- 
house and Rastrick Chronicle, 
Timetable and General Advertiser, 
published on January 1st, 1859, 
by the late Mr. Jonas Yates. 
In Mr. Yates' business he was 
employed as a boy prior to com- 
mencing his apprenticeship. 

While still a young man he 
worked at Batley and Leeds, but 
ultimately returned to Brighouse 
and began a connection which 
never ceased until his death. He 
was first of all engaged as fore- 
man by Mr. J. S. Jowett, who 
then published the Brighouse 
News. While occupying that position, Mr. Hartley com- 
menced business in partnership with Mr. Geo. Haynes, and 
established a billposting firm. Ultimately, when the business 
had established itself, Mr. Hartley obtained sole possession of 
it. About 1880, he started business as a printer in premises at 
the top of Mill Lane. In 1882, he extended his influence by 
issuing the Brighouse District Tradesmen's Advertiser. In 
1887, and during the week Queen Victoria was celebrating her 
jubilee year, he first published the Brighouse and Elland Echo. 
The newspaper was at first a four- page halfpenny issue, but 
so much success was secured that in December, 1889, the paper 
was enlarged to eight pages and has since varied from eight 
to 12 and 14 pages according to requirements. In the early 
" eighties " Mr. Hartley also acquired and subsequently wrote 
for and published the Back at Mooin Olmenac, a popular 
dialect annual. This inspiration probably was the outcome 
of the Clock Almanack, and it is surely a coincidence that 
for a number of years both were tniitten by Johfl. Hartley, 




The Late Mr. John Hartley. 



For many years, the founder of tho Echo was intimately 
connected with the " Yorkshire Newspaper Society," the 
Halifax Master Printers Association, the Yorkshire Bill- 
posters Association, and the United Kingdom Billposters 
Association. In many other directions Mr. Hartley displayed 
remarkable enterprise. Nearly forty years ago, he was 
associated with the late Mr. Edwin Whiteley in the promotion 
of the Brighouse Skating Rink and the venture had a pros- 
perous career for a number of years until public taste under- 
went the periodic change. The Echo printing and billposting 
business soon grew too extensive for the accommodation 
available in the Mill Lane premises and there was a removal 
to Park Street which has been the headquarters of the firm 
ever since. 

Although Mr. Hartley never took any direct personal 
responsibility in the public life of Brighouse, there were few 
men in the district who had a deeper interest in tho town 
and its development. Often in- 
vited to become a candidate for 
the Town Council, he steadily 
refused, believing he could better 
serve his day and generation in 
other ways. Few outsiders had 
a more intimate acquaintance 
with the work of the Town Coun- 
cil than he had. For many years, 
however, he realised the desira- 
bility of drawing closer together 
the commercial men of the town 
and he played a leading part in 
the formation of the Brighouse 
Chamber of Commerce, and for a 
considerable time took a promi- 
nent share in its work. In leisure 
hours Mr. Hartley was a con- 
sistent supporter of outdoor sports 
and pastimes. One of his most 
personal hobbies was a game of 
bowls with a few intimate friends. 
Indeed, he was particularly well 
known in local bowling circles, 
though he rarely played in com- 
petitions. 

Writing of Mr. John Hartley, 
an old member of the Brighouse 
Echo staff said : " We remember 
him gratefully. The years are 
bridged, and his kindly manner, 
his concern for one's comfort and 
welfare, are vividly recalled. 
John Hartley had the happy 
facility of inspiring tho affection 
of those who served under him. 
He was a chief ever considerate. 
Labour is always lightened by 
mterests, and he who now sleeps on the hill was one who 
knew how to invest a task with human feeling. How many men 
having passed through his hands, have gone forth to take up 
positions with greater responsibiUties and wider opportunities ! 
How much they owe to his practical outlook and his kmdly 
encouragement ! Their new work bears daily witness to tho 
soundness of the experience gained in the office m Park Street, 
and across the valley of the shadow thought recalls the 
friendly association of a comrade rather than an employer. 

The tragically sudden end to Mr. Hartley's life necessitated 
an inquest. The evidence showed that death was due to 
natural causes. The funeral was attended by many pubhc 
men and representatives from the numerous business and 
social organisations with which Mr. Hartley had been as- 
sociated. In the Brighouse Echo announcing his death many 
tributes were paid to the memory of Mr. Hartley, amongst 
the most appreciative and sincere being from the men who 
had worked by his side and under his direction. 

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30 



THE LATE MR. WILLIAM WOODS MITCHELL. 

" WEST SUSSEX GAZETTE." 



On Monday, May L5th, the mortal remains of Mr. William 
Woods Mitchell were laid to rest in Arundel's cemetery. 
Mr. William Woods Mitchell was very well known to the 
whole of the newspaper world as the senior proprietor of 
the West Sussex Gazelle, and at the time of his death was 
Mayor of Arundel, the town he had served so well. Mr. 
Mitchell had been ill for some time, but his end was in the 
nature of a sudden collapse and was not immediately ex- 
pected. At his funeral every honour was paid to a public 
man, who in his life had been a popular figure in the Arundel 
district, and had continued a long and imbroken family 
tradition of public service. 

The deceased gentleman was the eldest son of the late 
Mr. Thomas Mitchell and of Mrs. Mitchell, now of Lyminster 
Lodge, Arundel. His strenuous life ended at the com- 
paratively early age of forty-one. though, despite the limita- 
tion of his years, he had crowded them with many activities. 
Though he lost his father early in 
life, Mr. Mitchell went to Harrow, 
and before beginning his business 
career, extended the Empire tradi- 
tion of public school life at 
Harrow by travelling extensively 
in many parts of the world. On 
his marriage to Miss Ton\pkins, of 
Angmering, Mr. Mitchell went to 
live at Fittleworth and there be- 
gan that active share in public 
life which he had mapped out for 
himself. 

It was as a resident in Arundel 
that he became widely known and 
appreciated. He was elected a 
member of the Town Council in 
December, 1908, and in three 
years, on November 9th, 1911, he 
was elected mayor, and on the 
unanimous wish of his colleagues, 
was re-elected the following year. 
In 1914, after acting as deputy lO 
the then mayor. Captain Guy 
Constable, then serving his king, 
he was again elected mayor and 
continued in office from November 
of the year 1915. In that office 
he died. In this connection it is 
interesting to recall that just 
as Mr. Mitchell died in harness 
after being four times Mayor of 
Arundel, his grandfather, six times 
mayor of the same town, also 
died during his last year of office. 
Mr. Mitchell's work as Mayor of 
Arundel was marked by two 
supreme characteristics — its 
honest thoroughness and patience, and its undeniable courtesy. 

All who live in Arundel wish to serve the town, but Air. 
Mitchell's love was rooted in several generations, and the 
call of the last two years drew out of him his best work. 
What he did in connection with local recruiting propaganda 
may not be known until peace returns to the land, but all 
his work in this connection bore the impress of his foresight 
and thoroughness. His burden of work was sufficiently 
heavy, and those who shared it bear witness to his self- 
devotion to his pubhc career. 

The Port Commissioners, the Freemasons, the Scout 
movement, the more recent Volunteer Training Corps move- 
ment, Arundel's provision and maintenance of national 
games, his parish church, all owe much — sometimes in 
inception as well as in organisation — to this loyal and public- 
spirited son of the town. Writing with intimate knowledge, 
a local friend of the deceased newspaper proprietor said, 
that all his public service seemed to come naturally and 




The Late Mr. William Woods Mitchell. 



with the inevitability of faith— as all growth does— but 
a price had to be paid for it. This Mr. Mitchell realised 
and paid gladly. He knew and did not disguise from his 
intimates that he could not hope to live a long life, and 
often expressed his desire to make it, according to his lights, 
as useful to the people about him as he could. Though he 
enjoyed much of it, as was obvious, particularly giving 
pleasm-e to other i)eople, there were calls, especially in the 
latter days of life, which taxed him heavily, and it is un- 
doubtedly true that these calls shortened his days. 

Mr. Mitchell's public work will not readily be forgotten 
by the town he served, and the memory of his kindness and 
candour will long be cherished. It was characteristic of 
him that he attested, and in keeping with the Harrow tradi- 
tion that guided his life, would hke to have served his 
country in the army. He was not however permitted to 
serve, after a medical inspection, the accuracy of which was 
proved by his untimely death. 
For some time before death more 
blows than one had to be borne 
by the deceased. He lost his wife, 
a devoted helper, a little more than 
a year before his own end. His 
own condition gave obvious 
anxiety, and consultation with a 
high medical authority showed 
that the complications were too 
grave to yield to medical or 
surgical treatment. He died on 
Friday, May 12th, at his residence, 
Maltravers House, Arundel, after 
being unconscious for some time. 
The funeral ceremony was a 
great public tribute to Mr. Mit- 
chell's popularity. Most places of 
business closed during the after- 
noon while the ceremony itself 
was attended by representatives 
of the town and the municipal 
services and the many associations 
and movements with which Mr. 
Mitchell had publicly identified 
himself. The newspaper with 
which he was identified was repre- 
sented by Mr. J. J. Robinson, 
managing editor : Mr. T. Durant 
(of the Worthing and Brighton 
district), Mr. W. Victor Cook 
(Chichester), Mr. R. G. Blackman 
and Mr. H. W. Chase. Indeed, 
despite the war and the depletion 
of office and prmting staffs, there 
were many connected with the West 
Sussex Gazette at the graveside. 
When with his younger brother. 
Captain R. F. Mitchell, Mr. Mitchell became possessed of tho 
West Sussex Gazette, it had been recently housed in new offices, 
thoroughly modernised throughout in mechanical production, 
and developed commercially in all other respects. Retaining 
the same management, the new proprietors completed the work 
by erecting a final suite of buildings whose architecttiral features 
impress visitors nearly as much as the new and striking facade 
of the front in the old High-street commends itself to lovers of 
the picturesque. Mr. Mitchell, as will be gathered, gave himself 
mainly to public work ; but he followed the fortunes of his 
paper with deep interest, was a ready friend o[ pressmen, and 
gave generous support to the Journalists' Conference when 
it was held at Brighton, with the Managing Editor of the 
West Sussex Gazette as Chairman and organiser of the Recep- 
tion Committee for Sussex, Surrey and Kent. Mr. Mitchell 
was a most popular employer, enjoyed nothing so much as 
drawing the staff round him and sharing their pleasures, and 
by a few in Arundel, could he be more really mourned. 



31 



THE LATE SIR WALTER VAUGHAN MORGAN, BART. 

''THE CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST' AND ''THE IRONMONGERS 



Death took a great figure from the City life of London on 
November 12th, with the passing of Alderman Sir Walter 
Vaughan Morgan, Bart., at the advanced ago of eighty-six 
years. The news of his decease was received with regret by 
the many who knew Sir Walter as a business man, the pro- 
prietor of a great trade journal and an indefatigable public 
worker. Few men have had so many interests as the subject 
of this obituary, or touched life at so many angles, and it is 
also given to few men to leave such a lasting mark on the 
public life of the greatest city in the world. 

Sir Walter Vaughan Morgan was the oldest surviving 
partner of that exceptional fraternal combination, Morgan 
Brothers, who, as druggists, sundriesmen, hardware mer- 
chants. Colonial agents, and bankers, had so much to do 
with starting trade journalism in the British Empire. To- 
gether they were the originators of the Ironmonger, and The 
Chemist and Druggi/tt, first issued in 1859. Sir Walter Morgan 
was the sixth son of Thomas 
Morgan, Glasbury, and his wife, 
Marianne, daughter of William 
Vaughan, of Brecon. He was 
born on May 3rd, 1831, and on 
May 4th, 1840, he went as a 

scholar to Christ's Hospital, 
London, where he remained until 
Easter, 1846, his brother Septimus 
being at the Hospital with him 

during the same period. 

From Christ's Hospital, Sir 

Walter V. Morgan returned to 

Wales, and was articled to the 

National Provincial Bank of 

England, where he laid the 

foundation of his extraordinary 

financial knowledge. After his 

apprenticeship he served the bank 

at Manchester, and rose there to 

the position of chief cashier, by 

the year 1855. He then de- 

veloj)ed the intention of going 

abroad and left the bank with 

that object. A meeting with his 

two brothers, William and Septi- 
mus, in London, however, altered 

the whole of his plans. They 

had acquired the old-established 

Colonial and Sundries business of 

Edward Halse, and as Morgan 

and Rees were developing at a 

remarkable rate. 

The two brothers quickly 

proved to Sir Walter that his 

banking knowledge and financial 

abilities were wanted in their 

joint business enterprise. Sir 

Walter agreeing, joined his brothers, and the firm assumed 

its present title. Within two years three other brothers 

— Thomas, Octavius, and Edward, joined the firm. A 

bunch of faggots was their trade mark, and it well represented 

the firm's principle. While each of the brothers had his 

own particular department to look after, they were excellent 

and severe critics of each other's work, and yet stuck 

together well, faithfully carrying out any decision arrived at 

by Morgan Brothers at their board meetings. Sir Walter 

and his brothers made excellent business progress adding to 

their city successes the Morgan Crucible Co., of Battersea. 
Sir Walter Morgan became a freeman of the City as soon 

as he possibly could, just as he and his brother Septimus 

became supporters of their old school, Christ's Hospital, both 
eventually becoming governors. Exactly forty-five years 
after leaving the school, Walter was elected Treasurer of 
Christ's on Easter Monday, 1891, and he did notable work in 
that capacity. In 1892 Sir Walter became an Alderman for 



The Late 
Sir Walter Vaughan Morgan, Bart, 



the Ward of Cordwainer, and in 1900 was chosen as Sheriff for 
the City, serving with Sir Joseph Lawrence as his colleague 
during the late Sir Frank Green's mayoralty. After the 
growth of his civic duties. Sir Walter was only an occasional 
visitor at the offices of his trade journals. The direct super- 
vision of the details of their production fell into the hands of 
Mr. Septimus Morgan, whose son, Mr. Gwyn Vaughan Morgan, 
joined him in the work in 1895. Later, he and his cousin, 
Mr. Penry Vau^^han Morgan (son of the late Mr. O. V. Morgan, 
who was M.P. for Battersea), became partners in the firm, 
and the direction of the business was in due course brought 
under their control. 

Sir Walter Morgan became more and more absorbed in his 
public duties. On November 9th, 1905, the Alderman 
became Lord Mayor of London. Of his work in that high 
office The Times said : — " Sir Walter was then seventy-four 
years of age, and in weak health, and it seemed a risky under- 
taking ; but, materially helped 
by his niece (Mrs. Hornby-Steer), 
who acted as Lady Mayoress, he 
went through it with success and 
without a breakdown in health. 
During his term of office he wel- 
comed the present King and 
Queen (then Prince and Princess 
of Wales), at the Guildhall on 
their return from India, when the 
Prince made a long and impor- 
tant speech, describing his tour. 
Among his guests at the Mansion 
House during the year, were the 
burgomasters and leading jour- 
nalists of Germany." Sir Walter 
entered on this office as plain 
Mr. Morgan, and was created a 
baronet on his retirement. He 
also became a Knight of the 
Order of the Saviour of Greece ; 
of the Order of St. Maurice and 
St. Lazare of Italy, and of the 
Rising Sun of Japan ; a Com- 
mander of the Legion of Honour, 
and a Knight Commander of the 
Order of St. Olaf of Norway. 
Freemasonry was his great re- 
creation, and he held many high 
positions in the Order. He was 
Grand Treasurer of the Grand 
Lodge of England in 1897-98, 
and was also past Grand Warden. 
For years Sir Walter was a 
director of the Hudson Bay Com- 
pany, and played an active part 
in Canadian and Colonial affairs, 
which held a great share of his 
attention throughout the latter years of his very busy life. 
In many ways he was a man of remarkable powers, his highest 
attainments being achieved in the domain of finance. Inter- 
ested in his business, and the journals under his control, he 
gave ungrudgingly of himself and of his substance to the 
London of his adoption. He had many friends, and was a 
good friend to many. The esteem in which he was held in 
his public life, great as it was, was but an echo of the 
respect he commanded from those associated with him in his 
many business enterprises. i u i. ah 

The funeral service of the great City man was held at All 
Saints' Church, Finchley Road, St. John's Wood. The con- 
gregation consisted chiefly of Sir Walter's relations, with 
City associates, such as the Sheriffs during his mayoralty, 
personal friends, and members of the Cannon Street staffs. 
The service was conducted by the Vicar (the Rev. W. H. 
Hornby Steer, M.A.), and his assistants. A memorial service 
was held at Bow Church, Cheapside. 

G 2 




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COMPLETE ALPHABETICAL INDEX 



TO 



BRITISH NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, REVIEWS, AND PERIODICALS 

^W^ITH TUK PA.G-KS A.T TVJEUCH F-tTH.!:! DESCRIPXIOlSrS m:A.Y BE IPOXJ]Srr>. 



D— Daily. 2 "W— Two Issues Weekly. W— Weekly. P— Fortnightly. M— Monthly. B-M— Alternate Monthg. Q— Quarterly. HY— Half-year. 



PAGK 

A 1 Time Table (Edinburgh) M 219 

A.A M 219 

ABC RaUway Guide . . M 219 

„ „ (Carlisle) M 219 

„ ,, (.Salop and 

County).. M 219 

A BCTimeTable(P'borough)M 219 

„ „ „ (Bristol) M 219 

„ „ „ (Cardiff) M 219 

A.B.C.D. Time Tables 

(Bristol) M 219 

Abercam Weekly Argus . . "W 101 

Aberdare Express . . . . W 101 

„ Leader .. .. W 101 

,, Post .. .. W 101 

Aberdeen Book-Lover H Y 219 

„ Catholic Herald.. W 191 

„ Free Press . . D 191 

,, Daily Journal .. D 191 

„ Evening Express D 191 

,, Evening Gazette D 191 

„ Grammar School 

Mag. 3 Y 219 
„ University Bulletin 

H Y219 

„ University Reviews Y 219 

,, Weekly Free Press W 191 

„ „ Journal.. W 191 

Abergavenny Clironicle . . W 101 

Abergele Times .. .. W 101 

„ Visitor .. .. W 101 

„ AVeekly News . . W 101 

Abertillery Weekly Argus .. W 101 

Aberystwyth Despatch . . W 101 

Abingdonian . . . . 4 Y 219 

Abkari Q 219 

Abolitionist M 219 

Abstainer M 219 

Academy M 219 

„ Manual HY 219 

Academic Gazette .. H Y 219 

Accountant W 81 

Accountants' Journal .. M 219 

„ Magazine .. M 219 

„ Manual.. H Y 219 

„ Notes ..5Y219 

AccringtoD Advertiser 2 W 101 

„ Gazette .. W 102 

,, Observer 2 W 102 

Acetylene M 219 

Across the Rockies . . . . M 219 
„ „ Seas .. .. M 219 

Acton Express W J4 

„ Gazette W 94 

„ Post "W 94 

Addeyan .. .. 8Y 219 

Adsain W 124 

Advance M 219 

Advertiser (Droghcda) . . 2 W 210 

„ (Blackpool) .. W 219 

Advertiser's Weekly.. .. W 219 

Advertising Q 219 

„ World .. .. M 219 

Adviser M 219 

Advocate (Shirley) .. .. W 172 

Aeronautics "W 219 

Aeroplane W 81 

African Telegraph .. .. P 219 

„ Tidings .. .. M 219 

„ Times .. M 219 

„ World .. .. W 219 

Ajfeiits' Journal .. .. W 219 

Agriculture, Board of, 

Returns W 220 

Agricultural EcononiLst .. M 219 

„ Gazette . . . . ■\^ 81 

„ News .. .. p 220 

„ Student's Gazette 8Y 220 

Alrdrie Advertiser . . . . "W 191 

Air ■W220 



Ah- 

Aircraft . . 
Alauda .. 
Albanian 



PAGE 

,. M 220 

.. M 220 

3 Y 220 

3Y 220 



Albion Church Messenger . . M 220 
„ Magazine .. .. Q 220 

„ News "W 220 

Alcester Chronicle . . . . W 102 
Aldeburgh Post . . . . W 102 
Alderley Advertiser 

(Wllmslow) W 185 

A Idersgate Magazine .. M 220 

Aldershot Official Directory M 220 

News .. .. "W 102 

„ Gazette . . . . W 102 

Aldine Handy Series.. .. M 220 

„ News Agents Journal M 220 

Alford Gazette W 102 

Alfreton Journal .. .. W 102 
AUeyns School Magazine 8 Y 220 
Alleynian 8 Y 220 

Alliance News (Manchester) M 220 
Allied British Commerce .. M 220 
All Nations Quarterly .. Q 220 
„ the World . . . . M 220 

Alloa Advertiser . . . . 'W 191 

,, Circular W 191 

.. Journal W 191 

Ally Sloper's Half Holiday. . W 220 

Alma Mater W 220 

Alnwick Gazette .. .. W K'2 

Guardian .. .. W 102 

Alpine Journal . . . . Q 220 

Alton Mail W 102 

Altriucham Advertiser . . W 102 

,, Guardian 2 W 102 

Alyth Guardian . . W 192 

„ Gazette . . W 192 

A.M.A 10 Y 220 

Amalgamated Engineers 

Monthly Journal . . . . M 220 

A. S.T.E. Report .. .. M220 

Amateur Gardening . . "W 81 

„ Mechanic .. .. — 220 

„ Photographer . . W 220 

,, Trader .. .. 220 

America Latina . . . . P 220 

American Agriculturist . . W 220 

,, Historical Review Q 220 

„ Journal of Science M 220 

„ Machinist.. .. W 81 

„ Register .. .. "W 81 

„ Organ Cabinet . . 220 

Amman Valley Clu-onicle . . "W 103 

Amptliill News .. .. W 103 

Ampleforth Journal . . 8 Y 220 

Amusements (Hull) .. .. W 220 

Analyst M 220 

Ancient Egypt . . . . Q 220 

An Claidheamh Soluis . . W 220 
An Deo Gr^ine . . M 220 

AnOaodhal W 220 

Andover Advertiser . . . . W 103 

Anglers' News P 220 

Anglican Church Magazine.. M 220 

„ ThirdOrd«rMagazine Q 220 

Anglo-American Times . . M 220 

„ Celt (Cavan) . . . . W 209 

,, International Register 220 

,, Norwegian Joiu-nal .. M 220 

„ Russian .. . . M 220 

,. Swedish Trade Journal M 220 

Angola Missionary Magazine M 220 

Animalia 220 

Animal World . . . . M 220 

Animals Defender .. . . M 220 
„ Friend .. .. M 220 
„ Guardian .. .. M 220 
Annalsof Applied Biology Q 220 
„ Archseology .. Q 220 

„ Bolus Herbarium.. — 221 



PAGE 

Annals of Botany .. .. Q 221 
Faith . . B-M 221 
„ Holy Cliildhood B-M 221 
„ Natural History . . M 221 
„ Surgery . . . . M 221 
„ Tropical Medicine Q 221 
Annandale Observer.. .. "W 192 
„ Herald (Locker- 
bie) W 202 

Answers W 22 

„ Library .. .. W 22 

Anti-Cutting Record . . .. M 22 

Anti-Slavery Reporter . . Q 22 

„ Suffrage Review . . M 22 

Antiquary M 22 

Anzac Bulletin .. 8-W 22 

Appeal M 22 

Appleby Herald .. .. W 103 
Appleyard's Cleveland Diary M 22 
Aquarius .. _ .. M 22 

Arbitrator M 22 

Arbroath Guide . . . . W 192 
„ Herald .. .. W li'2 
Archseologia Cambrensis . . Q 22 
Archseologla Cantiana . . Q 22 
Archaeological Jounial . . Q 22 
Architect(fcContractReporter"W 8 
Architects' & Buildei-s' Jour. W ? 
Architectural Asso'tion J'n'l M 22 
„ Association 

Sketch Book Q 22 
„ Journal .. F 22 

„ Review .. M 22 

Archives of Radiology . . M 22 
Ardrossan Herald . . . . W 192 
Argyleshire Advertiser (Loch- 
gilphead) .. W 2(i2 
,, Herald (Campbel- 
town) . . . . W 193 

Ark M 22 

Armachian — 22 

Armagh Guardian .. .. W 20' 

Annley >;ews W 103 

Arms and Explosives . . M 22 

Army and Navy Chronicle . . M 22 

„ „ „ Gazette .. W 82 

„ List (Official) .. .. M 22 

„ List (Official) . . . . Q 22 

„ Orders M 22 

,, Review Q 25 

,, Service Corps Joiu-nal 

B-M 22 
„ „ „ Quarterly Q 22 

Arrow 8 Y 22 

Arrowsmith's Railway Guide M 22 
Ars Quatuor Coronatorum 8 Y 22 

Art Decorator M 22 

„ Prices Current .. .. M 22 

„ Teachei-s' Guild Record 8 Y 22 

„ Workers Quarterly .. Q 22 

Artists' Rifles.Joumal .. M 22 

Arthur's Railway Guide .. M 22 

Ashbourne Advertiser 2 W 103 

„ News .. .. W 103 

„ Telegraph .. W 103 

Ashburton Guardian . . "W 1('3 

Ashore and Afloat . . . . M 221 

Ashton Advertiser . . . . "W 221 

„ Daily Standard .. D 103 

„ Evening Reporter . . D 103 

„ Herald .. .. -W 103 

„ Reporter .. .. W 104 

„ Standard .. .. "W 103 

Ashville Magazine .. .. — 221 

Asiatic Review .. BY 221 

Aspinall's Law Reports . . Q 221 

Associated Accountants' 

Journal M 221 



I'AG!: 
Associates' Paper . . . . M 2 2 1 
Assurance Agents' Chronicle 'W 221 
Assurance Review . . . . M 221 

Assure M 221 

Aston News (Birmingham) W 109 

Astral Ladder Q 221 

Atlienseum M 222 

Atherstone Express . . .. "W 104 

„ Herald .. .. "W 101 

„ News .. .. W 104 

„ Observer .. .. W 104 

Atherton Journal . . . . W 104 

Athletic News (Manchester) W If'l 

At Home and Abroad . . M i-' 

Athraw M 2.-- 

Auckland Chronicle (Bishop- 
Auckland) W 11 

Auction Sale Prices .. .. Q 22; 
Austin's Monthly Magazine M 2-- 
Australaslan World . . . . 'W - - 
Author .. . . 10 Y '2- 

Auto 'W 2:;: 

Autocar 'W ^ ' 

Autocycle "W" 2;.: 

Automobile and Carriage 

Builders' Journal M 2: : 
„ Engineer . . . . M 2l : 
„ Owner .. .. M 22 
Automotor Journal .. .. W '^^ 
Auxiliary Language . . . . Q 222 
Avalon Independent (Glas- 
tonbury) 'W I'l 

Ave Q 22 

Avlcultural Magazine . . M 22 
Avonmouth Mall (Bristol) .. "W li 

Awake M 2:. 

Aylsham and Reepham Post W 104 

Ayr A. B.C. Time Table .. M 222 

,, Advertiser . . . . W Vj2 

,, Observer W l'''- 

AyrshlrePost W 1" 



Baconiana Q 
acuD Chronicle . . . . W 

„ Times W 

Badminton Gazette . . M 

„ Magazine .. M 

Baeda 3Y 

Bag Trader "W 

Bailie (Glasgow) . . . . "W 
Baily's Magiizine . . . M 
Baird's Irish Railway Guide M 
Baker and Confectioner . . W 
Bakers' Record . . .. "W 

,, Review .. .. W 

,, Times M 

Balham and Streatbam 

Mercury W 

Balham and Tooting News . . W 

Ball Room M 

Ballina Herald . . . . W 

Ballymena Observer . . . . "W" 

„ Weekly Telegraph W 

Ballymoney Free Press . . W 

Banbridge Chronicle 2 W 

Banbuiy Advertiser . . . . W 

„ Guardian .. .. W 

Bancroftian .. .. B-M 

Band of Hope Chronicle . . M 

,, „ Reciter . . M 

„ ,, Review . . M 

„ ,, Treasury .. M 

,, of Mercy .. M 

Bandsman and Songster . . W 



COMPLETE BRITISH ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



t»-i 



PACK 

aer-ac Amaerau Cyniru 

(Denbigh) W 127 

Saneor News W 105 

,7 Observer .. .. W105 
affshire Advertiser 

(Buckie) . W 103 

Herald (Keith) . . W 200 

Journal (Banff) .. W 192 

„ Reporter (Portsoy) W 204 

njo World M 222 

luk Clerks' Review . . M 222 

Notes M 222 

iiker's Journal .. .. M 222 

nker's Magazine .. .. M 222 

nker's Institute Mag .. Q 222 

ISanner of Faith . . . . M 222 

of Hope . . . . M 222 

of Israel . . . . W 222 

of tlie Covenant . . M 222 

of Truth . . . . Q 222 

Baptist Monthly . . . . M 222 

Record . . . . M 222 

Teacher . . . . M 222 

Times .. ,. W 82 

tlard Q 222 

Bargeman Q 222 



Sarking Advertiser .. 
„ Chronicle . . 
.Barmouth Advertiser 
Barnet Press . . 
Barnes Herald 
'Barnoldswick Pioneer 
iBarnsburiau 



. . W 105 
.. W 105 
. . W 105 
.. W 105 
.. W 9i 
.. W 105 
B-M 22^ 



iBarnsley A B C Railway Guide M 222 
Chronicle .. . . W 105 
Independent .. W 105 
Telephone .. .. W 105 
iBarrhead News . . . . W 192 

'Barrovian (Isle of Man) 3-Y 222 
(Barrow).. .. Q 222 
Barrowford Leader . . . . W 106 
barrow Guardian .. .. W 106 

„ News W 106 

Barry Dock News . . . . W 108 
Herald W 10« 



iBath Chronicle 

Diocesan Gazette 

Herald . . 

Observer . . 

Railway Guide .. 
Batley Free Press . . 
News 
Reporter 
Bayswater Chronicle 
JBazaar, Exchange & Mart 

Beacon 

Iteacon . . 
Beaconlight 



D & W 106 
. . M 222 

D & W 106 
.. W 106 
. . M 222 
. . W 106 
.. W lOfi 
.. W 106 
.. W 94 
2-W 82 
. . M 222 
. . M ii22 
M 223 



iBeama Q 223 

IBeau Q 223 

Beaumont Review .. .. Q 223 

Beckenhara Advertiser . . W 107 

„ Chronicle .. W 107 

„ Journal . . . . W 107 

Times .. .. W 107 

Bedale Chronicle . . . . W 158 

Bedford Daily Circular .. D 107 

„ Record . . . . W 107 

„ Express (Biggleswade) W lOS 

Sat. Telegraph (Luton) W 150 



Standard ( Bedford) 
Times (Bedford) 
iBedworth News 

., Observer . . 
Bee-Hive (London) . . 
Beekeeper's Gazette. . 
Record . . 



W Beeston Gazette 



W 107 
W 107 
"W 107 
W 107 
M 223 
M 223 
M 223 
W 107 
D 208 
D 208 
Q 223 
W 20S 



Belfast Evening Telegraph 
,, News Letter . . 
„ Post Office Guide 
„ Weekly News 
„ ,, Telegraph.. W 208 

Belgian Commercial Adver 

tiser 

Believers' Friend 
„ Magazine . . 
,, Pathway . . 
Bellman (Perth) 

Bell News 

Bellshill Speaker 

Belper News W 107 

Benefice Exchange Gazette M 223 
Benson's Railway Guide . 
Berkeley Gazette 
Berkhampstead Gazette . 
Berkham pstcdian 
Berks Advertiser (Walling. 

ford) W 182 

Berks Archieological Journal Q 223 
Berkshire Chronicle (Head- 
ing) .. .. W 165 
,, Gazette (Woking- 
ham) . . . W 186 
Bermondsey Settlement 

Magazine 9 Y 223 

Borrow's Worcester Journal W 187 



Q 223 

M 223 
M 223 
M 223 
W 203 
W223 
W 192 



M 223 

W 107 

W 107 

.8-Y223 



33 



PAOB 

Berwick Advertiser . . . . W 107 
„ Journal .. .. W 108 
Berwick Mercury . . . . W 108 
Berwickshire Advertiser 

(Duns) .. "W 105 
,, News (Dans) W 196 
Bethnal Green News . . W 94 
Better Business . . ■ • Q 22.S 
Bettwysy-Coed News . . W 108 
Beverley Guardian . . . . "W 108 
,, Recorder .. .. W 108 
Bexhlll Chronicle .. ..WIOS 
„ Observer .. .. W 108 
„ Quarterly . . . . Q 223 
Bexley Heath Observer .. W 108 
,, „ Times.. .. W 108 
Bible Advocate . . . , P 223 
„ in the World . . . . M 223 
„ Society Gleanings . . M 223 
„ Students Helper .. M 223 
„ „ Monthly .. M 223 
„ Treasury .. .. M 223 
Biblewomcn and Nurses .. M 223 
Bibliography of Wales .. Q 223 
Hibliotheca Sacra . . . . Q 223 
Bicester Advertiser . . . . W 108 
„ Herald .. W 108 
Bicycling News (Birming- 
ham) M 223 

Biddulph Cnroniclo .. .. W 108 
Bideford Weekly Gazette . . W 108 

Big id. Comic W 223 

Biggleswade Chronicle . . W 108 
Biggs' Contractors' Record "W 223 

Bill Poster M 223 

Billiard Monthly . . . . M 223 
Bio-Chemical Journal .. — 2J3 

Biometrika Q 223 

Bioscope W223 

Bird-Lover — 223 

Bird Notes M 223 

„ ,, and News .. Q 223 

Bh-kenhead Advertiser 2 W 109 
News. .. 2 W 109 
Birmingham ABC Tables . . M 223 
„ Catholic Maga- 
zine . . . . M 223 

,, Catholic News W 109 
„ Chamber of Com- 
merce Journal M 223 
Daily Mail .. D 109 
„ Diocesan Maga- 
zine . . . . M 223 

„ Engineering 

Journal B-M 223 
„ Gazette .. .. D 109 

,, Medical Review M 223 
„ Midland Inst. 

Magazine . . 7 Y 223 
News .. .. W 109 

Post .. .. D 109 

„ Stock Exchange 

List .. .. D 223 

„ Weekly Mercury W 109 
Weekly Post .. W 109 
„ Wolverhampton 

Railway Guide M 223 
Birstall News . . .. ..WHO 

Herald .. .. W HO 

Bishops Castle Advertiser . . W HO 

Blackburn Advertiser .. W 223 

„ Catholic News . . W HO 

„ Times .. W HO 

„ Weekly Telegraph W HO 

Blackheath Local Guide . . F 223 

Blackmore's Cat. of Fashions M 223 

Blackpool Herald .. 2 W HO 

„ Journal . . . . W 223 

„ S.S. Leader .'. W 223 
„ Times 2 W HO 

„ Weekly Standard W HO 
Blacksmith & Wheelwright M 223 
Blackwood's Magazine . . M 224 
Blaenavon Weekly Argus . . W IH 
Blaii-gowrie Advertiser . . W 192 
Blandford Herald . . ..Will 

Bla.st Q 224 

Blaydon Courier .. .. "W 111 
Blessed be Egypt .. .. 6 224 

Blighty W 224 

Blind Advocate . . . . M 224 
Bloodstock Breeders' Review Q 224 
Blue .. .. .. ..9 Y224 

„ Jacket M 224 

Blundcllian .. .. B-M 224 
BlythNews .. .. 2 W 111 

B.M.G . . . . M 224 

Board of Trade Labour 

Gazette M 224 

Board of Trade Journal W 82 

Bodleian . . . . M 224 

„ Quarterly Record Q 224 

Bognor Observer .. ..W HI 

Boiler Maker M 224 

Bolton Catholic Herald . . W HI 



PAQK 

Bolton Chronicle .. ..Will 
„ Evening Chronicle .. D Hi 
„ Evening News .. D HI 
„ Weekly Journal ..WHl 

Boltonian M 224 

Boudars' Russian Journal ,. P 224 
Bondholder's Register . . P 224 
Bo'ness Journal .. .. W 192 
Book Auction Records .. Q 224 
Book-keepers' Magazine .. m 224 

,, Lover Q 224 

„ Monthly Q 224 

,, Prices Current . . .. M 224 

Bookman M 224 

Books for the Bairns . . M 224 

„ of To-day .. .. M 224 

Bookseller M 224 

Boosey's Drum and Fife 

Journal M 224 

Bootle Herald .. ..Will 

,, Times .. .. W HI 

Border Churchman .. .. M 224 
„ Magazine .. .. M 224 
„ Standard (Galashiels) W 197 
„ Telegraph (Galashiels) W 197 
Borough of West Hani Ex- 
press (Stratford) 2 W 94 
,, Mercury .. .. W 04 
„ Polytechnic News M 224 
Boston Guardian .. .. W 112 
Botanical Journal . . . . Q 224 
„ Magazine .. .. M 224 
Bournemouth ABC Guide.. M 224 
„ Amusements W 224 

Daily Echo .. D H2 
„ Graphic .. W H2 

„ Guardian .. W 112 

„ Visitors' Di- 

rectory 2 W 112 
P.ourne's Insurance Guide . . M 224 
Bouverie Series of Id. StOries 224 

Bovian Q 224 

Bowling World ., .. W 224 

Bowes Park Weekly News W 94 

Boxing .. W 82 

P>ox Maker's Journal.. .. M 224 
Boys' Brigade Gazette . . M 224 

„ Friend W 224 

„ „ Library . . . . M 224 

,, Own Paper .. .. M 224 

,, and Girls' Magazine .. M 224 

Boy Scouts' Gazette .. .. M 224 

Brackley Observer . . . . W 1 12 

Bradford Catholic Herald . . W 112 

„ Daily Argus .. D 112 

„ „ Telegraph .. D 112 

Pioneer .. .. W112 

„ By. Guide .. . . M 224 

„ Trade Journal . . M 224 

„ Weekly Telegraph W H2 

Bradfordian 224 

Bradley's Time Table . . M 224 

Bradshaw's Railway Guide.. M 224 

„ ContinentalGulde M 224 

., Manchester ,, .. M 224 

„ Special Edition.. M 224 

Through Routes M 224 

Braille Literary Joiuiial . . M 224 

„ Review . . . . M 224 

,, Musical Magazine . . M 224 

Brain Q 225 

Braintree Advertiser . . W 113 

Gazette .. .. W 113 

Branksome Herald (Poole).. W 163 

Brass Band Journal . . . . M 225 

Bray Herald W 209 

Brazonose .. .. H-Y 225 

Brear's Monthly Diary .. M 225 
Brechin Advertiser . . . . W 193 
Brecon County Times . . W H3 
„ Express . . . . W H3 
Breconlan . . . . 8-Y 225 

Brentwoodian Q 225 

Brewer and Wine Merchant M 225 
Brewers' Gazette . . . . P 82 
„ Journal .. .. M 225 
Brewing Trade Review . . M 226 
Brewood Courier . . . . W 113 

Brlc-a-Brac Q 225 

Brick and Pottery Trades 

Journal M 225 

Bridgen's Hotel Guide . M 225 

Brldgen's Midlands Guide . . M 225 
Bridge of Allan Gazette W 193 
Bridge of Allan Reporter 

(Stirling) W 204 

Bridgnorth Journal . . . . W 113 
Bridgwater Independent . . W 113 
,, Mercury .. W 114 

Bridlington Chronicle .. W H4 
„ Free Press .. W 114 
Brldport News . . . . W 114 

Brierfield Leader .. .. W 114 

Brigade M 225 

Brlghouse Echo . . . . W H* 

„ Free Press .. W 114 

Brlghtlingsea News .. W 114 



PAQK 

Bright Words W 225 

Brighton Advertiser . . .. W 114 

,, Gazette 2 W 114 

,, Graphic .. .. W lU 

Herald .. .. W 114 

,, Observer .. .. W 114 

„ Parochial Gazetteer M 225 

,, Programme .. W 225 

„ Society .. .. W 114 

„ Standard .. 3 W 115 

Times .. W 114 

Bristol ABC Rail. Guide . . M 225 

„ Catholic Herald . . W 115 

,, Diocesan Mag. .. M 225 

„ P.O. Guide .. .. M 225 

,, Evening News .. D 115 

., „ Times .. D 115 

,, Express .. W 115 

,, Grammar School 

Chronicle .. ..8-Y 225 
„ Guardian .. .. W 115 
,, Medico Journal .. Q 225 
„ Nonesuch .. ..8Y225 
„ Observer .. .. W H6 
„ Official Sailing List M 225 
„ Times and Mirror D&W 115 
,, Western Daily Press D 115 

Bristollan M 225 

Britonnia W 225 

„ Abroad .. .. M 225 

Britannic Review .. .. M225 
British Amateur Journalist Q 225 
„ Architect . . M 225 

„ Archaeological Jurnl. 4Y 225 
,, Archivist .. .. M 5:25 
„ Australasian.. .. W 82 

„ Baker W 225 

„ Bandsman .. .. W 225 
,, Bee Journal.. .. W 225 

,, Birds M 225 

„ and Colonial Phar- 
macist .. .. W 225 
,, ,, Mineral 

Water Trade Journal M 225 
,, and Colonial Printer W 82 
„ Chess Magazine . . M 225 
,, Citizen .. .. W 82 
,, Clay Worker .. M 225 
,. Colonial .. .. M 226 
„ Deaf Times .. .. M 225 
„ Dental Journal . . P 225 
„ Empire Paper, Station- 
ery, &c M 225 

,, Empire Review .. M 225 

,, „ Union Record M 226 

Y.M.C.A. 

Review M 225 
„ Esperantist . . . . M 225 
„ Evangelist . . . . M 225 
., Export Gazette .. M 225 

„ Flag M 226 

,, Food Journal .. M 226 

,, and Foreign Con- 
fectioner .. .. M 225 
,, and Foreign Journal 

of Engineering . . Q 225 

„ Hatter Q 226 

„ Homieopathic Journal M 226 
„ Journal of Astrology M 226 
„ Journal of Children's 

Diseases . . . . M 226 
„ Journal of Dental 

Science .. .. p 226 
,, Jrnl. of Dermatology M 226 
„ Journal of Inebriety Q 228 
„ „ of Nursing . . W 226 

,, „ of Opthalniology M 226 

„ ,, of Photography W 82 

„ „ of Psychology — 226 

,, „ of Surgery .. Q 226 

„ Journal Tuberculosis Q 226 
„ Machinery Gazette B-M 226 
,, Made Goods .. B-M 226 
„ Manufacturer .. M 226 

,, Medical Journal .. W 82 
, Messenger .. .. M 226 
,, Philatelist .. .. M226 
,, Pig-Breeder .. .. — 226 
„ Printer ..B-M220 

„ Railway Dividend.s H-Y 226 
„ Record Society .. Q 226 
„ Retail Jeweller . . M 226 

„ Review M 226 

„ S«a-Angllng Society Q 226 
„ Sentinel . . M 226 

„ and South African 

Export Gazette . . M 225 

,, Temperance Advocate M 226 

„ Toymaker .. .. M 226 

„ Trade Journal .. M 226 

„ „ Review .. M 286 

„ Weekly .. .. W 82 

„ WestinghouseGazetteM 226 

„ Workman .. .. M 226 

Briton's Own Library . . M 226 

Brlttain's ABC. Guide .. M 226 

Brixham Western Gu3«ilan W 118 



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THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



PACK 

Brixton Free Press . . . . W 95 
„ Gazette .. W 94 

„ Times . .. W 94 

Broad Arrow W 82 

Broadstairs JIail . . . . W 116 
Brockley News . . . . W 95 

„ and New Cross 

Borougl) News W 95 

Bromley Chronicle .. .. W 11<5 

„ Journal .. .. W HC 

Local Guide .. W 116 

„ Times .. .. W 116 

BromsRTOve Messenger .. W 116 

Bromsgrovlan .. B-M 226 

Bromyard News and Record W 116 

Broomliall's Corn Trade News D 226 

Brotherhood M 226 

Brothers and Sisters.. .. M 226 

Broughty Advertiser .. "W 193 

Feny Guide . . W 193 

Brunswick Monthly . . M 226 

Brushmakiug M 226 

Bryumawr Weekly Argus .. WHO 
BuchanObserver{i'eUrhead) W 204 
Buckfastleigli Guardian .. W 116 
Bucklmrst Hill Advertiser.. W 226 
Buckingham Advertiser .. W 116 
Buckinghamshire Advertiser 

(Uxbridge) W 181 

Bucks Adverti8er(Aylesbury)W 104 
,, Examiner (Cheshani) W 121 
„ Herald (Ayk-slmry) . . W 104 
,, Standard (Newport 

PagneU) .. .. W 157 
Buddhist Review .. .. Q 226 
Bude and Stratton News .. W 116 
Buffalo Bill Library . . . . M 226 

Bugle Call M 226 

Builder "W ^3 

Building Industries.. .. M 226 

„ News .. W 83 

„ Societies Gazette M 226 

„ Trade .. .."W 83 

World .. .-W 83 

Bulletin Q 226 

„ (Glasgow) .. .. D 197 
„ Brit. Library of 

Political Science Q 226 
„ of Brit. Oruith. Club M 226 
„ of Entomological 

Research . . M 226 

„ of Imperial Institute Q 226 
„ of the International 

Labour Office . . M 227 
„ of New Books SW 226 
„ of Pharmacy .. M 227 

Bulwark M 227 

Borgou'B Magazine .. .. M 227 
Burgoyne's Export Price 

List M 227 

Burleigh's A.B.C. Rail and 

Boat Guide M 227 

Burlington Magazine . . M 227 
Burnham Gazette .. . W 116 
Burnhani-on-Crouch Adver- 
tiser "W 11 



Burning I'.ush 
Burnley Express 

„ Catholic News 
„ News.. 
Herald 
Burton Chronicle 
„ Daily Mail .. 
„ EveniiiR Gazette 
,, Observer 
Bury Ouardiiin 
,, St. Edmunds Post 



Q 227 
2 W 117 
.. W 117 
2 W 117 
.. W 227 
.. W 117 
.. D 117 
.. D 117 
.. W 117 
2 W IIV 
.. W 117 
„ „ Free Press W 117 

„ Times .. 2 W 117 

„ Visitor W 117 

Business M 227 

Busy Bee Knitting Hook .. M 227 
Buteman (Rothesay) . . W 204 

Butterfly W 227 

Butlerick Quarterly .. Q 227 

Butterwort h's Digest of Cases Q 227 

Buxton Advertiser .. .. W 117 

, Herald .. .. W 117 

Bystander "W 83 

Byegones Q 227 



Cabinet Maker . . . . W S3 
adet B-M 227 

Cadets' Own M 227 

Caerphilly Journal (P'prldd) W 163 

Cage Birds W 227 

Caithness Courier (Tliurso).. W 205 

Caian 8Y227 

Calcutta Review . . Q 227 

Caledonian Medical Journal Q 227 

Call W 83 

Callander Advertiser . . W 193 

Camberley News .. W 117 

Camborwell Advertiser . . W 95 



PAGE 

Cambei-well News .. ..W 95 
„ Times .. 2W 95 
Cambria Daily Leader (Swan- 
sea) D 176 

Cambrian (Swansea).. .. W 176 
News(Aberystwyth)W 101 
Cambridge Chronicle .. W 118 

„ Daily News . . D 118 
„ Independent Press W 118 
Magazine .. . . "W 227 
Review .. .. W 227 
„ University Re- 
porter .. .. w lis 
Cambridgeshire Times 

(March) .. W 153 
„ Weekly News 

(Cambridge) W 118 

Cambuslang Advertiser .. W 193 

Pilot . . . . W 193 

Camelford Guardian .. W 1I8 

News .. .. W 118 

Camera M 227 

Cam p H ill Magi zine . . . . M 227 
Camping .. .. B-M 227 

Campbeltown Courier .. W 193 

Canada W S3 

Canadian Bulletin .. .. D 227 
„ Gazette .. .. W 83 

„ Mail W 83 

„ News .. .. W 83 

Candid Quarterly Review . . Q 227 
Cannock Advertiser .. W 118 

,, Courier .. .. W 118 
Canterburj- Diocesan Gazette M 227 
Journal .. .. W 118 
CantuarLan .. .. 6-Y 227 

Cap and Gown . . S-Y 227 

Capital Time Table . . M 227 

Capitalist W 83 

Captain M 227 

Car Illustrated .. .. W 83 

Cardiff Journal of Commerce D 118 

„ Times W 118 

Cardigan Advertiser.. . W 119 

Caretaker M 227 

Caribbeana Q 227 

Caritas Q 227 

Carliol 8Y227 

Carlisle Diocesan Gazette . . M 227 

„ Journal 2 W 119 

,. Weekly Citizen .. "W 119 

Carlow Sentinel . . . . W 209 

Carluke Gazette .. .. W 193 

Carmarthen Journal .. W 119 

„ Reporter .. W 120 

Carnarvon Herald . . . . W 120 

Carnegie Memoirs .. H-Y 227 

Carnforth News . . . . W 120 

Carnoustie Gazette .. .. W 193 

Herald .. .. W 193 

Carrick Herald (Girvan) . . W 197 

Carricklei-gus Advertiser . . W 209 

Cashf^l Sentinel . . . . W 209 

Caslon's Circular .. .. Q 227 

Cassell's Magazine .. .. M 227 

„ Saturday Journal . . W 227 

,, Time Tables .. M 227 

Cassler'sEngineeriugMonthlyM '227 

Cat M 227 

Caterer M 227 

Caterham Weekly Press . . W 120 
„ School Magazine.. 8 Y 227 
Catering Worker .. .. M 227 
Catford Journal .. .. W 95 
Cathedral Music Review . . Q 227 

Catholic M 227 

„ Book Notes . . . . M 228 
„ Bulletin .. .. M 228 
„ Federationlst .. M 228 

„ Herald (I^mdon) . . W 83 
„ Herald (Kdlnburgh) W 196 
,, Home Journal .. W 228 
„ Magazine .. .. Q 228 
,, News (Preston) .. W 164 
„ Review . . . . Q 228 

„ Social Guild Bull. . . Q 228 
,, Suffragist .. .. M 2'28 
,, Women's League 

Mng M 228 

World .. .. M 228 

Cavalry Journal .. .. Q 228 
Cavendish ^luslc Books . . — 228 
Caxton Magazine .. .. M 228 
Celtic Monthly .. . . M 228 

„ Review Q 228 

Cenad Hedd M 228 

Central . . 8-Y 228 

,, Africa .. .. M 22S 

„ Literary Magazine Q 228 
„ Somerset Gazette 

(Glastonbury) .. W 134 
Certified Accountants' J'nal M 228 

Challenge 'W 83 

Challenge Journal . . . . — 228 
Chamber of Commerce J'nal M 228 
Chambers's Journal . . . . M 228 



PAOK 

Chance W 228 

Channel coast Magazine . Q 228 
Channels of Blessing .. M 228 

Chard News W 120 

Charing Cross Hospital 

Gazette Q 228 

Cliarity Organisation Review M 228 

Record .. .. F 83 

Chat (Portsmouth) .. .. W 228 

Chatham News .. .. W 120 

Observer .. .. W 1'20 

Chatterbox M 228 

Chatteris Advertiser.. .. W 120 

Cheadle Herald . . W 120 

Times .. .. W 120 

Clieap Steam M 228 

Cheddar Valley Times .. "W 121 
Cheering Words . . . . M 223 
Chelsea Football Club 

Chronicle . . "W 228 

Cheltenham Chronicle . . W 121 

Looker-on .. W 121 

Cheltonian — 228 

Chemical Engineering . . M 228 
News .. .. W 83 

„ Trade Journal .. W 228 
Chemist and Druggist .. W 83 
Chepstow Argus . . . W 121 

Cheshire Dally Echo (Stock- 
port) .. .. D 175 
,, Notes and Queries Q 228 
„ Observer (Chester) W 121 
Chess Amateur .. .. M 228 

Chester Chronicle . . . . W 121 
Courant .. .. W 121 
,, Diocesan Gazette . . M 228 
Guardian 2 W 121 

Chester-le Street Chronicle W 122 
Chichester Diocesan Gazette M 228 
„ Observer .. W 122 

Chief Steward .. . . M 228 

Chiffons P 228 

Chlgwellian .. .. 6-Y 228 

Child, The M 228 

Child of Mary M 228 

„ Life . . . . 8 Y 228 

„ Study . . . . 8 Y 228 

Children's Budget . . . . — 228 

Clothing Illus. .. M 228 

,, lYlend .. .. M 228 

,, Gospel Magazine M 229 

,, League of Pity 

Paper .. .. — 229 

,, Messenger .. M 229 

„ Paper .. .. M 229 

„ Quarterly .. .. Q 229 

,, Treasury . . . . M 229 

Child's Companion .. .. M 229 

„ Guardian .. .. — 229 

„ Own Magazine . . M 229 

Chilton's Guide .. .. W 229 

China Q, 229 

China's Millions . . . . M 229 
Chlngford Guardian .. .. W 95 

Chips W 229 

Chislehurst Times . . . . W 122 

Chiswick Express . . . . W 95 

„ Gazette .. .. W 95 

„ Times .. .. "W 95 

Choice Fashions .. .. Q 22J 

Choir Cnie) M 229 

Choir Musician . . B-M 229 

Choralist M 229 

Chorley Guardian .. .. W 122 

News W 122 

Christadelphlan .. .. M 229 
Christ's College Magazine . . Q 22:) 
Christcliurch Times . . . . W 122 

Christian W 83 

„ Advocate (Belfast) W 268 

Age W 83 

„ Commonwealth .. W 83 
„ Endeavour Times W 229 
„ Globe .. .. "W 83 

„ Herald .. .. W 84 
„ Irishman .. .. M 229 

Life W 84 

„ Messenger . . . . M 229 
,, Novels .. .. W 229 
„ „ Library . . W 229 

„ Progiesa .. . . M 229 
,, Words .. .. M 229 
,, Worker .. .. M 229 
„ World .. W 84 

„ „ Pulpit .. W 229 

Clirlstlan's Armoury . . . . M 229 
,, Pathway .. .. M 229 
Chronicle of Central Board 

of Missions SY229 
„ Camera Club .. HY229 
„ Convocation . . — 229 

„ Duke of York's 

School . . H-Y 229 
„ of London Mis- 
sionary Society M 229 
Clironlque de Jersey. . 2 W 217 
Chuckles W 229 



I'AOE 

Chums W 229 

Church Army Gazette . . W 229 
„ ,, Review .B-M 229 

„ Builder .. .. Q V29 
„ Evangelist .. . . M 229 
„ Friendly .. .. Q 229 
,, Family Newspaper. . W 84 
„ Furnisher .. .. M 229 
„ Gazette .. .. M 229 

„ and Home .. .. M 229 
„ Intelligencer .. M 229 

„ of Ireland Gazette W 210 
„ and People . . . . Q 229' 
,, Magazine .. .. M 229 
„ M.S. Gazette .. .. M 229 
„ Missionary Gleaner M 2J • 
,, ., Review M 2-: ' 

„ Monthly .. M 2- 

„ of England Pulpit W 2- 
,, of Ireland Monthly M 22j 
„ of Ireland Parochial 

Magazine .. .. M 2:; ' 
„ and Parish Magazine M 22'j 
„ Patronage Gazette H-Y 23u 
„ Pennant .. .. M 23i) 
„ Quarterly Review .. Q 230 
,, Reading Magazine . . Q 230 
„ Record .. .. M 230 

„ and the Sailor . . M 229 

„ of Scotland Teachers' 

Magazine . . . . M 230 
„ Socialist .. .. M 230 
„ Standard .. .. M 23u 
„ Strettou Advertiser W 122 
„ ,, Journal .. M 23u 
„ Sunday School Maga- 
zine M 230 

„ Times W S4 

,, Union Gazette .. M 23u 
„ „ Journal .. M 230 

Churchman M 229 

Churchman's Magazine . . M 229 
Cigar and Tobacco World . . M 230 

Cinema News W 230 

Cinematograph Exhibitors' 

Mail W 230 

Cinque Port Q 230 

Circulation Manager.. .. M 230 

Citizen (Gloucester) . . . . D 134 

„ (Letchworth) .. W 146 

„ (London) .. .. W 84 

,, (Nottingham) .. W 159 

City John Bull . . , . "W 84 

„ Ledger W 230 

,, Life Record .. .. M 230 
„ of Ely Standard . . W 130 
„ London Illustrated.. M 230 
,, London School Maga- 
zine SY 230 

„ Oracle W 230 

„ Press W 84 

,, Review W 84 

„ Sparrows Q 230 

Civil Engineering .. .. M '-'30 
„ Service Candidate . . F 230 
„ Competitor .. "W 230 

„ Gazette .. W i'i 

„ Hints .. .. p ;;3U 

„ Observer .. M 23u 

„ Student .. "W 2;i() 

„ Tutor .. .. "W 2.30 

Civilian W 84 

Clapham Chronicle . . . . "W" 95 

„ Observer .. .. W 95 

,, Junction Review.. M 230 

Clare Champion (Ennis) .. W 212 

,, Journal (Ennis) ..2W212 

„ Market Review ..8Y230 

Clarion W 84 

Class Teacher . . B-M 230j 

Classical Quarterly . . . . Q 230| 

„ Review .. .. M 23 

Clavier Q 230 

Clavinian 

Clay ton-le-Moors Observer.. "W 123i1 
Cleckheatou Advertiser .. W 1'23 
,, Guardian .. W 123 

Clegg's Railway Guide . . M '-'30 

Clerk M 230 

Clevedon Mall (Bristol) . . W 115 

,, Mercury .. .. W 123 

Cleveland Standard (Uedcar) W 106 

Clifton Chronicle (Bristol) W 110 

,, Free Press (Bristol) W 116 

Society (Bristol) .. "W 116 

Climbers' Club Journal .. M 230 

Clinical Excerpts . . B-M 230 

,, Journal . . M 230 

Clique W 230 

Clitheroe Advertiser .. W 123 

„ Times .. .. W 123 

Clonmel Chronicle . . 4 "W" 209 

Club Life 'W' 230 

„ and Institute Journal . . M 230 
„ News W 230 



COMPLETE BRITISH ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



35 



PAUM 

L.V.C. Gazette . . . . W 2.S0 
ydebank Press .. W 193 

.ydesdiile Catholic Herald W 199 
,yde Bill of Entry . . 8-W 230 

jal and Iron W 84 

„ Merchant .. .. W 230 

>alvine Times . . . . W 123 
)atbridge Express . . . . W 193 
Leader .. .. W 193 
)ckernio'.ith Free Press . . W 123 
IchcBter Gazette .. .. W 123 
>ld Storage Review .. M 230 

tleraine Chronicle . . . . W 209 
deshill Chronicle . . . . W 1-4 
•Ifeian . . H-Y 230 

'Ifensia — 230 

illoctor Q 230 

'Hectors' Journal .. .. M 2.U 
<llege Echoes .. .. M 231 

i>lleglan Q 231 

||tllle Folio M 231 

I )lliery Guardian .. .. W 84 
I „ Rescue .. .. M 2U 

i|)lne Times W 124 

{|)lne Valley Guardian 

Ij (Slaithwaite) .. .. W 173 

III (Ionizer M 231 

jil>lour M 231 

kijlwyn Bay Weekly News .. W 124 
i „ „ Herald . . . . W 124 
i „ „ Standard .. W 124 

;i')-Mason Q 231 

imiicCuta W 231 

( „ Life W 231 

j )niing Day M 231 

[ „ fashions .. .. M 231 

hmmerce W 231 

fmimeicial Cases .. .. jQ 231 
„ Education .. W 231 

„ Inst. Staff Gaz. S-Y" 231 

„ Introductions .. M 231 

„ Motor . . . . W 231 

,, Review .. M 231 

„ Travellers School 

Magazine H-Y 231 

„ World .. P 84 

mmon Cause . . . . "W 231 
„ Sense .. .. W 84 

tmmonwealth . . . . M 231 
tmpanion (Church of Eng- 
land League) . . . . Q 231 
imparative Price List . . W 231 
l>mpctitors' Journal .. W 231 

il.niplete Story Teller . . M 231 

■nirades M 231 

niradeship M 231 

, ucord B-M 231 

fiucrete M 231 

.; „ Inst. Transactions Q 231 
'I'Ufectioners' Union .. M 231 

•I'liifectionery M 231 

)!ingletcn Chronicle.. .. W 124 
i| ,, Guardian .. 2 W 124 
(! „ Times .. .. W 150 

. , uuacht Tribune (Galway) W 212 
" nnaught Telegraph 



] (Castlebar) . . 


W 209 


nnoisseur 


M 231 


• nservatlve Club's Gazette 


M 231 


„ Woman's Fran 




chise Review Q 231 


usett Chronicle 


W 124 


„ Guardian 


W124 


■nstabuliry Gazette 


W 231 


iistitution Papers 


M 231 


nslructive Quarterly 


Q 231 
M 231 


nsultant 


iittniporary Review 


M 231 


iiliiigent 


M 231 


iitract Gazette 


•W 231 


„ Journal 


W 84 


ntractor 


W 84 


11 tractors' Chronicle 


■W 84 


,, Kecord . . 


W 231 


„ Trade Journal 


M 231 


utiolling Officers' Journal 


M 231 



iiveyancer M 231 

nway Standard .. .. W 124 
.okB Ocean Sailing List .. M 231 
„ Time Tables . . . M 231 

„ Traveller's Gazette .. M 231 
oper's Tabulir Guide H-Y 231 
Vehicle Journal . . M 232 
•-operation in Agriculture M 231 
-operative News 

(Manchester).. W 151 

-partnership . . M 232 

Journal . . M 232 

■rk Constitution . . . . D 210 

„ County Eagle 

(Skibbereen) W 215 
„ Evening Echo .. .. D 210 
,, Examiner .. .. D 210 

,, Free Press . . . . D 210 

- Weekly Examiner .. W 210 
' „ News .. .. W 210 
.mhill Magazine . . . . M 232 
rnish and Devon Post 

(Launceston) W 144 



PAQK 

Cornish and Devon Echo 

(Falmouth) W 132 

,, Guardian (Bodmin) W HI 

„ Post (Camborne) 2 W 118 

„ Times (Liskear.l) . . W 147 

Cornishmaii (Penzance) 2 W 162 

Cornubian (Redruth) . . W 106 

Special . . H-Y 233 

CornwallCountyNew8(Truro) W 180 

Cos 3-Y232 

Cottager and Artisan . . M 232 

Cot tagers' Journal . . . . W 232 
Cotton Factory Thnes(ABhtn)W 104 
„ Gazette .. .. W 232 

„ Review .. .. 6 232 

Couldsilon Kecord . . . . W 124 

Country Life M 84 

Si<le Leaflet . . . . M 232 
County Advertiser (Brierley 

Hill) .. "W 114 

„ and Municipal Record 

(Glasgow) . . . . W 197 
„ and Ciiy of London 

Observer .. .. W 84 
„ Courts Cases . . Q 232 

„ Courts Chronicle . . M 232 
„ „ Oazitte .. Q 232 

„ Down Spectator 

(Bangor) W 208 
„ Echo (Fishguard) .. W 132 
„ Express (Stourbridge) W 175 
„ „ (Cradley Heath) W 125 

„ Herald (Briurley Hill)W 114 
„ Herald (Holywell) .. W 139 
„ Mail A<lvertg. Sheet 

(Crewkerne) . . W 232 
„ Middlesex Inde- 
pendent (Brentford) 

2 W 113 
„ Press (Newport, Isle 

of Wight) . . . . W 156 
,, and Westminster 

Magazine B-M 232 
Coursing Calendar ., 8 Y !i32 

Court Journal W 84 

Covenant People . , . . M 232 

Coven trian „. ..8Y232 

Coventry Grapiiic . . . . W 124 

„ Herald .. .. W 125 

„ Recorder .. .. M 232 

„ Standard . . . . W 125 

„ Stock-Share List.. M 232 

Cowdenbeath Mail . . . . W 193 

„ Nevps W 193 

Cox's Legal Circular . . M 232 

Cox's Magistrate's Cases . . Q 232 

,, Criminal Law Cases .. Q 232 

Craigmillor Harp . . . . Q 232 

Cranleighan Q 2C2 

Craven Herald (Sklpton) . . W 173 
Crayford Express ., .. W 125 
Creamery Manager . . . . M 232 

Crfeche News M 232 

Credit Draper W 232 

Crediton Chronicle . . . . W 125 
Crewe Chronicle . . . . W 126 
„ Guardian .. 2 W 125 
,, Observer .. .. W 125 
Cricket and FootbaU Field. . W HI 
Crieff Advertiser . . . . "W 194 

Critic "W 232 

Cromer Weekly Press . . W 125 
Croquet Association Gazette W 232 

Cross M 232 

Crowborough Weekly . . W 125 
Orowle Advertiser . . . . "W" 125 
Croydon Advertiser . . . . W 125 
„ Times .. 8 "W 125 

Cruising Association Bulletin M 232 
Crystal Palace Advertiser . . W 95 
C.T.C. Gazette .. .. M232 

Cumberland Catholic News 

(Carlisle) .. .. W 119 
„ Evening Mail . . D 119 

News .. 2 W 119 
Cumnock Chronicle . . . . W" 194 
Cunard Bulletin . . . . D 232 
Current Literature .. .. M 232 
Cusack's Journal . . . . Q 232 

Cycling W 232 

Cyfaill Eglwysig . . M 232 

Cymru M 232 

Cymm'r Plant M 232 



Daily Chronicle . . . . D 79 
„ Commercial Report D 232 
„ Dispatch (M'chfcster) D 161 
„ Express .. .. D 79 
„ ,, (Dublin) .. D 211 

„ Freight Register . . D 232 
„ Graphic .. .. D 79 
„ Mail .. D 79 

„ „ Edition for Blind W 85 

Dally Mail, Overseas Edition W 85 
„ „ (Hull) .. .. D 141 

Daily Mirror D 79 

,, „ Overseas W. 

Edition .. W 85 



PAOR 

Daily News and Leader D 79 

,, Readings (Meteoro-.. 

logical) . . M 232 

„ Record (Glasgow) . . D 198 
„ Register of Companies D 232 

„ Sketch D 79 

Wkly. Edition W 85 
„ Telegraph .. D 79 

„ Weather Report .. D 2:12 
„ Western Times (Ex't'r) D 131 

„ World D 79 

Dainty Novels W 232 

Dairy M 232 

Dairyman M 232 

„ World M -232 

Dalkeith Advertiser .. W 194 

Dallas Musical Monthly .. M 232 

Dairy Herald W 194 

Dalton Guardian .. .. W 126 

., News W 126 

Daltou's Advertiser . , . . W 2;S2 

Danoc Journal . . B-M 233 

Dancing Encyclopaedia .. M 233 

Times .. .. M 233 

Danielite Star Q 233 

Dariaii (Aberdare) . . . . W 101 

Darkest Russia . . . . W 233 

Darkness and Light . . . . M 233 

Darlington Times . . . . W 126 

Dartford Chronicle . . . . W 126 

„ Express .. .. W 126 

Dartmouth Chronicle . . W 126 

Guardian .. .. W 126 

Darwen Gazette .. .. W 126 

„ News 2 W 126 

„ Weekly Advertiser W 126 

Datchelor School Magazine 8 Y 233 

Daventry Express .. .. W 126 

Dawlish Gazette .. .. W 126 

Dawn in Central Asia . . M 233 

Dawn of Day M 233 

Day Q 233 

Daybreak Q 233 

Day of Days M 233 

Daysprlng M 233 

Deaf Quarterly News . . Q 233 

Deal Mercury W 126 

„ Paper W 120 

Dean Forest Guardian (Cole- 
ford).. ., W 124 
Dean Forest Mercury (Cln- 

derford) .. W 122 

Decanian 3Y233 

Deaconess .. .. 8-Y 233 

Decorator M 233 

Decorator's Magazine . . M 233 

Deeside Advertiser (Hoy lake) W 140 
Defenders of our Empire . . M 233 
Degaiiwy Standard . . . . W 127 

Delineator M 233 

Deliverer M 233 

D'bighshlreFreePress (D'blgh)W 127 
„ Border Counties Ad- 
vertiser (Wrexham) W 188 
Denham's Railway Guide ... M 233 
Denstonian .. .. B-M 233 

Dental Record . . . . M 233 

„ Surgeon . . . . "W 233 
Depart mental Declsion.'j . . Q 233 
Depositor (The) . . . . M 233 
Derbeiau .. .. 8 Y 233 

Derby Daily Telegraph . . D 127 
„ District Methodist . . M 233 
„ Express .. .. D 127 

„ Football Express . . W 127 
, Mercury .. .. W 127 

„ Reporter . . . . W 127 
Derbyshire Ad vtiser (Derby) 2 W 127 
„ Courier (Chesterfleld)2W122 
„ Free Churchman . . M 233 
„ Times (Chesterfield) 2 W l'■^2 
Dereham Times . . . . W 130 
Den-y Journal (Lou'derry) 3 W 213 

., People W 213 

Standard 3 W 213 

„ WeeklyNew8(Lderry)"Wr 213 

De Stem Uit Belgie . . . . W 85 

Devon Daily Gazette (Exeter) D 131 

& Som. News (l"vr'tn) W 179 

,, Notes and Queries . . Q 233 

Valley Tribune (TlUy- 

coultry) .. .. W 205 

Dewdrop M 233 

Dewsbury District News . . W 127 

Free Press .. W 128 

Reporter.. .. W 128 

Diamond Library . . . . M 233 

Racing Journal . . v/ 233 

,. Special .. .. D 233 

Diamonds from South Africa M 233 

Dickensian M 233 

Dicks' Standard Plays . . M 233 
Dinesydd Cymreig(Carnarv'n) W 120 
Dioptric Bulletin . . . . M 233 
Disestablishment Banner H-Y 233 

Diss Express W 128 

„ Journal W m 

Divine Light and Truth . . M 233 



Docks Gazette . . 

Doctor 

Dollar Magazine 
Domestic Engineering 

., News 
Doncaster Advertiser 

„ Chronicle . 
Gazette 



PAQB 
.. Q 233 
.. M233 

a 233 
233 
.. M 233 
.. W 128 
,. W 128 
.. W 128 



Donegal Vindicator (Bally- 
shannon) .. .. W 207 
„ Iudei)endent (Let- 

tor-kerry . . W 213 

Dorchester Mail .. ..'W12S 
Dorking Advertiser . . . . W 128 
Dorset County Chronicle 

(Dorchester) .. W 128 
Dorset Regimental Journal M 2's3 

Dove (The) Q 233 

Dover (Hironicle . . . . W 128 

„ Express W 128 

„ Free Churchman . . M 233 

„ Standard .. .. W 128 

„ Telegraph .. W 128 

Dovorian . . 7 Y 233 

Dowanhill Tialnlng (College 

Magazine . . HY 233 

Downham Market Gazette . . W 129 

Down Recorder(Dow»patrick)W 210 

„ Side Review . . 8 Y 233 

Dowry of Mary .. .. W 233 

Draper W 86 

Draper's Organiser . . . . M 233 

Record .. .. W 88 

Drapery Gazette . . . . W 233 

Drawing M 233 

Driflleld Times .. W 129 

Drogheda Argus . . . . W 210 

„ Independent . . W 210 

Droghedean Q 233 

Droitwich Guardian . . . . W 129 

„ Railway Guide .. M 234 

Dromore Leader . . . . W 210 

„ Weekly Times ..■W210 

Droylsden Herald . . . . W 104 

Druid M 234 

Druids' Quarterly Journal Q 234 

Dublin Bill of Entry. . . . D 234 

„ Evening Mail . . D 210 

„ Gazette 2 W 211 

„ Journal of Medical 

Science .. .. M 234 

„ Rechablte .. M 234 

,, Review .. . . Q 234 

„ Saturday Post . . W 211 

Dudley Chronicle .. ..■W129 

Herald . . . . "W 129 

Dufftown News .. .. W 194 

Duklnfleld Herald .. W lOt 

DulwlchPost W 95 

„ Reporter .. W 96 

Dumbarton Herald . . . . W 194 

Dumfries Courier . . 2 W 194 

Standard . 2 W 194 

Duudalk Democrat . . . . W 212 

,, E.xamlner .. .. W 212 

„ Herald . . . . W 212 

Dundee Advertiser . . . . D 195 

„ Catholic Herald . . W 195 

„ Courier .. D 196 

„ Prices Current . . W 234 

Dunedlu Magazine . . H-Y 234 

Dunfermline Express . . W 195 

„ Journal .. W 196 

„ Press .. .. W 196 

Dungannon Democrat .. W 212 

Dunoon Advertiser . . . . "W 195 

Herald . . . . W 196 

„ Observer . . . . W 195 

Dunstable Borough Gazette W 129 

Durham Advertiser . . . . W 129 

„ Chronicle . . . . W 129 

„ University Gazette 8-Y 234 

Dursley Gazette .. .. "W 129 

Dyer F 234 

Dysgedydd M 231 

-y-PIant .. .. M 234 



Eagle 
allng Gazette 
,, Conservative 
Earlestown Examiner 
,, Ouardiau 

Early Days 

Earth 

Earthen Vessel 
Easingwold Advertiser 
East Anglian Daily Times 

(Ipswich) . . 
„ Cheshire Observer (MaC' 

clesfleld) 
„ Coast Illus. News 
„ Devon News (Chard) . . 
„ End News . . 2 

„ Essex Advertiser (Clac- 
ton) .. 
,, of Fife Record 
(Anstruther) 



M 234 


W 95 


M 234 


W 129 


W 129 


M 234 


M 234 


M 234 


W129 


D 142 


W 150 


W 123 


W 120 


W 95 


W123 


W 192 



36 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



I'AOK 

East Oalway Ueraocrat 

(Ballinasloe) .. W 207 

,, Qrinstead Observer .. W 130 
„ Ham Kcho . . W »o 

„ Ham Express .. 2 W 95 
„ HamMaU .. "W 95 

,, Ham Recorder . . . . "W 95 
„ Kent Gazette (Sitting- 
bourne) .. W 172 
„ ,, Times(Ranisgate) W 165 
„ London Advertiser . . W 95 
„ „ Church Chron. Q 234 

„ „ ywid for the 

Jews Q. Paper Q 234 
,, „ Observer .. W 95 

„ Post .. .. "W 9j 
„ Kiding Chronicle (Urif- 

field) W 129 

„ Bid ing Chronicle (Sher- 

burn) "W 172 

,, SuffolkOazette(Beccle8)'W 107 
„ Surrey Herald (Purley) "W 105 
,, Sussex News (Lewes).. W 140 
„ and t:;e West . . . . Q 234 
Eastbourne Chronicle . . W 129 

Gazette .. .. W 129 

Eastbournian 5 Y 234 

Eastern Argus (Glasgow) . . W 198 
„ Counties Times 

(Hford) .. W 141 
„ Daily Press (Norwich)D 158 
„ Engineering . . . . M 234 
„ Evening JJews (Nor- 
wich) .. .. D 158 
„ Mercury . . W 95 
„ Morning News (Hull) D 140 
„ Weekly Press (Nor- 
wich) .. .. W 158 
Eastleigh Weekly News . . W 130 
Eastwood Advertiser . . W 130 
Ebbw Vale Argus . . . . "W 13(t 
Eccles Journal .. .. W 130 
„ Telegraph .. .. W 130 
Ecclesiastical Review . . M 234 
Echo (Eniiiscorthy) . . . . W 212 
Echoes of Erin . . . . 6 234 
„ Service . . P 234 
Eckington E.xpress (Wood- 
house W 187 

Economic Jounial . . . . Q 234 
„ Proceedings of the 

Royal Dublin Soc. 234 
„ Review .. .. Q 234 

Economist W 85 

Edenbridge Clironicle . . W 130 

Edgbastonia M 234 

Edinburgh Acaiemy Chron 9-Y 234 
„ Citizen (Porto 

bello) . . . . W 204 
, Dental Student . . M 234 
„ Evening Di8p;itch D 190 

„ „ News .. D 196 

„ Gazette 2 W 196 

„ Medical Journal . . M 234 
„ Missionary Paper Q 234 
„ Review .. .. Q 234 

„ Stock List . . . . D 234 
„ Y.M.C.A.Maga2ine Q 234 
Editors' Magazine . . M 234 

Educator W 2:i4 

Educational Handwork . . M 234 
„ News . . W 234 

„ Record .. .. — 234 
„ Times .. .. Q 234 

Education W 234 

Edwards Dental Quarterly. . Q 234 
Elliciency Magazine .. .. M 234 
Eggs <fe Intensive World .. W iJ34 

Egoist P 234 

El Conunerciante ... .. M 234 

t) „ Hispano- 

Britanico Q 234 
Eldermote Review . . . . M 234 

Electrician W 85 

Electric Journal .. M 234 

Electrical Contractor .. M 234 

» Eield .. .. M 235 

„ Industries .. W 235 

n Plant .. M 235 

„ Review .. .. W 85 
„ Times .. .. W 85 
„ Trades Journal .. M 235 

Electricity \^ 235 

Electric Railway Journal ... W 235 
„ Vehicle .. .. Q ^35 

Electrics M 235 

Electrotypes Q 235 

Elgin Courant . . . . W 196 

Elizabethan Ijj 235 

Elland Echo W iso 

Ellesmere Herald .. .. W 130 

„ Port Advertiser . . W 130 

Elliott's Quarterly . . . . Q 235 

Elmsall Express .. .. "W 174 

Elstonian M 235 

Eltham Times "W 130 

Ely Diocesan Remembrancer M 235 
„ Gazette W 130 



PAGE 

Ely Weekly Guardian . . W 130 

Empire M 235 

„ Review .. .. M 235 

„ Trade Notes . . . . M 235 

Employment Gazette . . W 235 

Encore W 235 

Enfield Gazette and Observer W 130 

Engineer W 85 

„ and Iron Trades' 

Advertiser . . "W 235 

Engineering W 85 

„ Abstracts . . M 235 

„ Diary .. .. M 235 

„ Gazette .. .. M 235 

„ Notes .. .. M 235 

„ Review .. .. M 23.') 

Times .. .. M 235 

England M 235 

English Churchman . . . . W 85 
„ Church Review . . M 235 
„ Churchwoman .. 235 

„ Historical Review . . Q 235 

„ Mail W 235 

„ Mechanic .. .. W 85 

„ Race Q 235 

„ Review .. .. M 235 

Englishwoman .. .. M 235 

Enniscorthy Guardian . . W 212 
Eiiquire Witl.in . . . . W 235 

Enterprise W 85 

Entertainer W 235 

Entomologist M 235 

„ Record . . . . M 235 

„ Monthly Magazine M 235 

Epoch M 235 

Epping Advertiser . . . . W 131 
Epsom Advertiser .. .. W 131 

„ Herald W 131 

District Times 2 W 131 
Epsomian . . . . B-M 235 

Epworth Bells W 131 

Equinox HY 235 

Era W 85 

Erdington News (B'ham) . . W 109 

Eriu H-Y 235 

Erith Chronicle .. . . W 131 

„ Observer .. .. "W 131 

„ Times W 131 

Eskdalu Advertiser (Lang- 
holm) W 201 

Esperanto Monthly . . . . M 235 
Essex Archaeological So. H-Y 235 
„ and Suffolk News (Col- 
chester) . . . . "W 123 
„ County Chronicle 

(Chehnsford) .. W 121 

,, County Standard 

(Colchester) . . . . W 123 
„ Guardian (llford) .. W 141 
„ Herald (Chelmsford).. "W 121 
„ Independent (Chelms- 
ford) W 121 

„ Newsman (Chelmsford) W 121 

„ Review Q 235 

„ Telegraph (Colc'ster) 2 W 124 
„ Times (Ualstead) .. W 135 
„ „ (Romford).. W 107 
„ Weekly News (Chelms- 
ford) W 121 

Estates Gazette . . . . W 86 
„ Magazine .. .. M 233 

Ethical World M 235 

Ethological Journal . . .. Q 235 
Eton College Chronicle . . "W 235 
Eugenics Review .. .. Q 235 

Eurgrawn M 235 

KuroiJeau Review . . . . — 235 
Evangelical British Missionary M 235 
Evangelical Christendom B-M 235 
Evans' Journal .. .. Q 235 

Eve Q 235 

Evening Argus(Brighton) .. D 115 
„ Dispatch (Birming- 
ham) .. D 109 
„ Express (Cardiff) .. D 119 
„ Herald (Dublin) .. D 211 
„ Mail (Newcastle) .. D 156 
„ News(Gla.sgow) .. D 198 
„ „ (Ixindon) .. D 80 
„ „ (Portsmouth) D 164 
„ North Wilts Herald 

(Swindon) .. D 177 

„ Post (Jersey) .. D 217 
„ Standard (London) D 80 
„ Star (Ipswich) .. D 142 
„ Swindon Advertiser D 177 
„ Telegraph (Dundee) D 195 
„ Telegraph (Dublin) D 211 
„ Tidings (Penzance) D ICi 
„ Times (Glasgow) . . D I'JS 
Everybody's Monthly . . M 230 

Every Christian's Library 7 Y 236 

Everyman W 85 

Every woman's . . . . W 236 
Evesham Journal .. .. W" 131 
„ Standard .. .. W 131 
Ewen's Stamp News . . "VV 236 
Excelsior Q 230 I 



PAGE 

Exchange Tel. Co.'s Law 

Reports .. .. M 236 

„ Shippin« Monthly M 236 

Exeter Diocesan Gazette . . M 236 

„ Flying Post . . . . W 131 

Exmouth Chronicle . . . . W 132 

Journal . . W 132 

Exonian .. .. 8 Y 236 

Experience Q 236 

Export World M 236 

Expositor M 236 

Expository Times . . . . M 236 
Express and Echo (Exeter).. D 131 
Express and Star (Wolver- 
hampton) D 186 

Expression M 236 

Express Overseas Mail B-M 236 



Fabian News . . . . M 236 

actors' Magazine . . Q 236 

Facts against Socialism . . M 236 

Fairplay W 85 

Faith M 236 

„ and the Flock . . . . M 230 

„ Links M 230 

Falkirk Herald . . 2 W 197 

„ Mail W 197 

Fall In W 2B6 

Falmouth Gazette .. .. W 230 

Family Doctor . . . . M 236 

„ Friend .. .. M 236 

„ Herald . . . . W 236 

„ „ Supplement W 236 

„ Journal .. .. W 236 

„ Reader . , . . W 236 

„ Story Teller . . . . M 236 

Fancy GooJs Review .. M 236 

„ ,, Record .. — 236 

„ Needlework (Illusfed) Q 230 

Faraday House Journal 8 Y 236 

Faringdon Advertiser .. W 132 

Farm, Field and Fireside . . W 85 

„ and Home . . . . W 85 

Life W 85 

Farmer and Stockbreeder . . W 85 

Farmer's Ad>ocate .. . . M 236 

„ Gazette (Dublin) . . W 211 

„ Herald (Chester) . . M 236 

Farnborough News .. .. W 132 

Farnham Herald .. .. W 132 

Farnworth Chronicle . . W 132 

., Journal .. .. W 132 

Farriers' Journal . . . . M 236 

Farrow's Bank Gazette .. M 236 

Fashions for All . . . . M 236 

Faugh a Ballagh . . . . Q 236 

Faversham Mercury . . . . W 132 

„ News .. .. W 132 

Favourite Comic . . . . 'W 236 

Feathered World . . . . W 86 

Federal Magazine . . . . 236 

Felsteadian M 236 

Feimanagh Herald (Ennls- 

killen) .. .. W 212 

„ News (Enniskillen) W 212 

„ Times (Eimlskillen)W 212 

Ferro-Concrete .. .. M 236 

Fettesian .. .. B M '236 

Field "W 86 

„ OfBcer M 236 

Fife Free Press (Kirkcaldy) W 201 
„ Herald (Cupar) . . . . W 194 
„ News (Cupar) .. . . W 194 
Fifeshire Advertiser (Kirk- 
caldy) W 201 

Fiery Cross Q 236 

Filey Post "V^ 132 

Film Pilot W 236 

„ Renter W 236 

Finance W 86 

„ Chronicle .. .. P 86 

„ Union W 236 

Financial & Insurance Review P 236 
Financial Chronicle . . . . 'VV 236 
„ Critic . . W 236 

•• Mail .. .. 'W 236 

„ News .. D 79 

„ Observer .. .. "W 236 
„ Opinion . . . . W 236 
„ Outlook . . . . "VV" 80 
„ Review . . "W 236 

„ Review of Reviews M 237 
„ Standard .. .. W tc 
„ Times . . . . D 79 
„ Tit Bits .. .. M 237 
„ Truth .. .. D 7u 
World .. W 86 

Financier and Bullionist . . D 79 

Finchley Press 'yf 95 

Fine Art Trade Journal . . M 237 
Finsbury Weekly News . . "W 96 

Fire M 237 

Firefly M 237 

W 237 

Fireman M 237 

Fire Prevention Committee 

Red Books 237 



Fire Prevention Reports . . 237 

First Aid M 237 

Fishing Gazette . . 'W 86 

„ News (Aberdeen) . . "W 191 

Fish Tr ides Gazette . . . . W 86 

Flames of Fire ... fij 937 

Plash V D 237 

|;|at''^nd M 237 

Flats W 237 

lijeet M 237 

fleet News 'W 133 

Fleetwood Chronicle.. 2 W 133 
„ Express . . 2 W 133 

„ Gazette News 2 W 133 

Flight W 86 

Flintshire Observer (Mold).. 'W 155 

Floriculture q 937 

Flute Players' Jcurnal .. M 237 

Flyj^g •• „ W 88 

r olkestone Express . . "VV' 133 

,. Herald .. .. ^ 133 

Folk Lore Q 237 

Food \(^ gg 

Food and Cookery . . . . M 237 
Football (Leeds) . . . . W 237 
„ Argus (Bradford).. 'W 113 
„ Argus (Newport, 

Mon.) . . . . •\^ 
Echo (North'mpton)'W : 
>i „ (South'mpton) W 173 

„ Echo (Sunderland) W 176 
„ Express (Exeter) . . W 131 
» » (Liverpool) W 147 

» » (Weymouth)Wl84 

„ Gazette (South 

Shields) . . W 172 
„ Mail (Hartlepool) W 130 
„ „ (Newcastle).. W 156 

„ „ (Portsmouth) W 164 

„ News (Nottingham) W 159 
„ Pink One . . . . W 237 
„ Players' Magazine M 237 
„ Post (Newport, 

Mon.) .. -W" 157 
„ „ (Nottingham) "VV 159 

„ Telegraph(Ketteriiig)-W 142 

Footsteps 'm 237 

Hootwear .. .. M 237 

Foreign Field . . .' ' ' ' jj 237 

„ Mission Chronicle . Q 237 

Forest Gate Express . . W 133 

Forest Hill Examiner "W 96 

Foresters' Miscellany ' M 237 ' 

Forfar Dispatch .. W 197 

„ Herald .. ;; W 197 

„ Review .. W 197 

Forget-me-Not .. yjff 2S7 

Form Q 237 

Forniby Times . .' W 133 

Forres Gazette . ' W 197 

Forres News . . . .' W 237 

Fortnightly Financial' Rev' w P 237 
I, Journal . . . . P 237 

„ Review . . P 237 

Forward (Curragh Camp) [[ M 237 
forward (Glasgow) .. "W 237 

Foundry Trade Journal ' M 237 
Four Leaved Shamrock B-M 237 
Foxhound . Q 237 

Foyle's Books- wanted'circukr— ''37 
Framhngham Weekly News W 133 

Fran^ais 6Y237 

Franciscan Annals . . M 237 

Fraserburgh Advertiser '.' "W lt»7 

„ Herring Circular M 237 

„ Herald , . . . W 197 

Free Catholic j^ o;- 

,1 Church Chronicle . . M 'S 
„ „ Leader .. q 

u „ ilagazine .. M 
II i> 'Witness M ■ 

„ Churchman .. .. M 
„ Gardeners' Joui-nal M ' 

„ and Open Church " Q ■_: 
„ Press (W. Bromwich) .' .' W 1 
II It of Mounmoutii- 

shire (P'ntyi)ool)"W 163 
" r," ,(^^'exford) .., w 2I6 
„ Russia .. Q o - 

„ Sunday Advocate '" M " 

I, Thinker "W " 

Freedom . . M ' 

Freeman's Journal (Dublin) D ■" 
Freemason "W " ■ 

Freeni.isons' Chronicle " "W i-i; 
freighters Journal " m "'{7 

Freshwater Advertiser '.'. W 133 

„ of China .'; "■ q' 038 

Friendly Companion.. m 237 

Greetings .. .. M 237 

" IfV*'' .. M 238 

" ^t'bt .. .. Q 238 

,. Work iji .,..0 

Friends' Quarterly Examiner Q hi 

„ I, Witness .. 5v .,.,0 

Friuton and Walton Graphic W 133 

II News.. .. . ^ 133 



COMPLETE BRITISH ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



I'AOK 

Kioiitier Sentinel (Newry) . . W 214 

Frontiersman M 238 

Fruit, Flower and Vegetable 



Trades Journal 
„ Grower . . 
Fulhain Chronicle . , 
„ Gazette 
„ Observer 
n Times 

Fun 

Funny Cuts . . 

„ Wonder 
Fur and Feather 

„ World 
Furniture Uecord 



60 



MV 

W 96 
M 238 
W 96 
"W 96 
"W 238 
■W 238 
"W 238 
W 238 
M 238 
W 2:^8 



Future M 238 



W 80 
M 238 
W 238 
Q 238 
W 86 
M 238 
M 238 
Q 238 
238 



Gaeldom — 238 
aelic Athlete (Dublin) .. "W 211 
Gale's Special . . . . W 238 
Gallery of Fashion .. .. M 238 

Gallovidiau Q 238 

Galloway Advertiser 

(Stranraer) W 204 
,, Gazette (Newton 

Stewart) .. W 203 

Gal way Express .. W 212 

„ Leader .. .. W 212 

,, Observer .. .. ^21^ 

Pilot .. .. 2 W 213 

Gambolier W 238 

Gamekeeper M 238 

Gamekeeper's Associatiou 

Gazette .. . . M 238 
Games and Toys . . . . M 238 

Garage 1^238 

Garden W 80 

„ Cities M 238 

u Life W 238 

„ Monthly .. .. M 238 

„ Work W 238 

Gardener W 238 

Gardeners' Clironicle . . W 80 

,, Magazine .. W SO 

Gardening Illustrated . . W 80 

Garston & Woolton News ..W133 

Gas Journal .. 

„ Engineers' Magazine 

„ Light 

,, Progress . . 

„ World 

„ and Oil Power . . 
Gateway 

Gavel 

Gay toniau 

Gazette News (Blackpool) 2 W 110 
„ de Guernsey.. .. W 217 
,, 3rd London Hospital M 238 
„ College of Violinists H-Y 238 

Gem Library "W 238 

Genealogical Monthly . . M 238 

Genealogist Q 238 

General Advertiser (Dublin) W 211 
„ Kail. Guide (Carlisle) M 238 

Geninen ft 238 

Gentleman's Journal .. W 238 

„ Tailor .. .. M 238 

Gentlemen's Pall Mall rash.H-Y238 

Gentlewoman W 86 

Geographical Journal . . M 238 

„ Teacher , . M 238 

Geological Magazine . . . M 238 

Geologists' Proceedings 6 Y 238 
Geophysical Journal.. .. M 238 
George Clarke's Magazine .. M 238 
Giggleswick Chronicle 3 Y 238 

Girls' Club Journal .. S Y 238 

,, „ News .. .. M 238 

„ Friend W 238 

„ Friend Library .. M 238 

,, Friendly Society's 

Journal . . . . M 238 
,, Friendly Society 

Quarterly . . . . Q 238 
„ Guildry Gazette H-Y 239 

,, Mirror W 239 

,, Own Paper .. .. M239 

,, Weekly W 239 

Girvan Monthly Magazine.. M 239 
Glad Tidings of the Coming 

Age M 239 
„ „ for the Young M 239 

Glamorgan Free Press 

(Pontypridd) W 103 

„ Gazette (Bridgend) W 113 

„ Times (Pontypridd) W 103 

Glasgow A B C .. .. M 239 

Advertiser Circular W 239 



37 



Citizen 

Herald 

Medical Journal . . 

Observer 

Programme 

Star and Examiner 

Stock List .. 



D 198 
D 198 
M 239 
W 198 
W 239 
W 198 
D 239 



PAGE 

Glasgow Weekly Herald .. W 198 

., News .. W 198 

fllas* and China Trader .. W 239 

Gleanings and Memoranda . M 239 

Glee Garland M 239 

Glenalmond Chronicle BM 239 

Globe D 80 

„ and Laurel .. .. M 239 
Glorious New.s .. Q 239 

Olpssopdale Chron. (Glossop) W 134 
Gloucester Dloce.-^an Mag. M 239 
„ Journal .. .. W 134 
Gloucestershire Chronicle 

(Gloucester) W 134 

„ Echo (Cheltenham) D 121 

„ Notes and Queries Q 239 

Golf Club Steward . . . . M 239 

,, Illustrated .. .. W 239 

„ Monthly M 239 

Oolflmt M 239 

Good European Point of View Q 239 

„ Health M 239 

.. Lines M 239 

,, News M 239 

„ Seed M 239 

,, Templar's Watchword W 239 

,, Tidings W 239 

Goodwill Q 239 

Qoole Journal .. 2 W 134 

„ Times W 134 

Go or Send M 239 

Qordonian Q 239 

Gorst 8' Cotton Circular .. M 239 

Gorton Reporter . . . . "W" 134 

Gospel Advocate .. . . M 239 

,, Banner .. .. M 239 

„ Echo M 239 

,, Gleanings .. .. M 230 

•: Guide M 239 

„ Light M 239 

,, Magazine .. .. M 239 
„ Me!'senger(Edinb'gh) M 239 
„ on the Continent . . Q 239 
„ Standard .. .. M 239 

„ Stories M 239 

,, Trumpet .. .. M 239 
Gourock Times .. .. W 199 

Govan Press W 198 

Government Workers Advo- 
cate M 239 

Gower 8 Y 239 

Gowertonian .. .. 8 Y 239 

Graded School Int. Quarterly Q 239 
„ „ Junior „ Q 239 

„ „ Prim. „ Q 239 

GranJ Magazine .. .. M 239 
Grangemouth Advertiser . . W 199 

Orange News W 134 

Guardian .. .. W 134 

Oranta W 240 

Grantham Journal .. .. W 134 

Graphic W 87 

Oravesend Magazine.. .. M 240 

,, Reporter.. .. W 134 

„ Standard.. .. W 134 

Telegraph .. W 134 

Grays Gazette W 134 

Greal M 240 

Great Cential Railway Jour- 
nal M 240 

Great Central Time Tables H-Y 240 
,, Eastern Time Tables M 210 
,, ,, Railway Maga- 

zine M 240 
,, Northern Time Tables 

H-Y 240 
„ „ Local Time 

Table M 240 
„ North Magazine . . M 240 
„ Thoughts . . . . W 240 

„ War W 240 

,, Western Magazine .. M 240 

, , Western Time Tables M 240 

Greater Britain Messenger.. M 240 

Greatheart M 240 

Green Howards Gazette . . M 240 
Greenock Herald . . . . W 199 
„ Telegraph.. .. D 199 
Greenwich News . . . . W 96 
(ireeuwood's Conve.vance List M 240 
Gregg's Shorthand Magazine M 240 
,, Veterinary Dictionary M 240 

Gresham M 240 

Grey JYiar 8-Y 2<0 

Griebert's Philate'ic Notes B-M 240 



PAOR 

Gryphon Q 240 

Guardian W 87 

Guernsey Advertiser .. "W" 217 

,, Evening Press . . D 217 
„ Weekly Press . . W 217 

Oulld M 240 

,, Gazette Q 240 

„ Life and Work.. .. M240 
,, of Freemen Magazine Q 210 
Guildman .. B M 240 

Guth na Bliadhna .. .. Q240 
Guy's Hospital Gazette . . p 240 
„ Time Tables .. .. M240 
Gwalia (Bangor) .. .. W lOS 
Gwyliedydd Newydd 

(biaenau)W 111 
Gypsy Q 240 



Hackney Gazette . . 8 W 96 
„ Recorder . W 96 

,, Spectator 2 "W 96 

Haddington Advertiser . . W 199 
„ Courier .. W 199 

Haigh's Band Journal .. —240 

Haileyburian Q 240 

Hairdressei-s' Chronicle . . Q 240 
,, Journal .. W 87 

Hairdressing j^ 240 

Halesworth Times . . . . W 135 

Halifax Courier . . W 135 

„ Daily Guardian . . D 135 

„ Evening Courier . . D 135 

„ Guardian .. .. W 135 

Halstead Gazette . . , . "W 135 

Haltwhistle Echo . . . . W 135 

Hamilton Advertiser .. W 199 

Hamlyn'a Menagerie Mag. . . W 240 

Hanmier and Crook . . . . M 240 

Hammond's Standard Guides M 240 

,, Time Tables .. M 240 

Hampshire Advertiser 

(Southmpton) W 173 
,, Chronicle 

(Winchester) W 185 
,, County Times 

(Portsmouth) W 161 
„ Herald (Alton) .. W 102 

,, Independent 

(Southmpton) W 173 
,, Observer 

(Winchester) W 185 
,, Regimental Jnal. M 240 

„ Telegraph (Ports- 

mouth) .. W 164 
Hampstoad Advertiser .. W 96 
„ Express .. .. "W 96 

„ Braille Magazine M 240 

„ Record .. .. "VV" 96 

Handsworth Magazine . . M 240 
„ Chronicle .. W 135 

„ Herald .. .. W 135 

Handy RailwayGuide(Bolton)M 240 
„ Shipping Guide . . "W 240 

,, Stories W 240 

„ Time Tables (Arbroath) M 240 
Hants and Berks Gazette 

(Basingstoke) W 106 
,, and Sussex N ews 

(Petersfleld) W 162 
,, and Sussex Co. Press 

(Emsworth) W 130 
Han well Gazette .. .. W 136 

Happy Home W 241 

Happy Hour Stories . . .. W 241 
Harbome News (B'mngham) W 109 



University Magazine W 239 



Grimsby Daily Telegraph . . D 135 
„ Gazette .. .. W 135 
„ News .. .. W 135 

„ Programme .. W 240 

Grocer W 87 

Grocer's Assistants Record . . M 240 
„ Gazette .. .. W 87 
„ Journal .. .. W 87 
„ Record .. .. W 240 
„ Review .. .. W 240 

Grocery M 240 

Glower and Distributor .. W 240 



Hardwareman . .. "W 241 

Hardware Trade Journal .. W 241 

Harper's Magazine .. .. M 241 

Harrison's Dressmaker .. M 241 

Harrison's Journal . . . . W 241 

Harrogate Advertiser . . W 136 

„ Herald .. .. "W" 136 

,, ytar .. .. M 241 

„ Times .. .. W 136 

Harrovian M 241 

If arrow Bill Book . . 3 Y 241 

„ Blue Book .. 8 Y 241 

„ Gazette .. . . W 136 

„ Observer .. .. W 136 

Harthind Chronicle . . . . M 241 

Hartlepool Advertiser . . W 136 

Daily Shipping List D 241 

M 241 



Hawick Express 
,, News . . 
Hayehoo<ly 
Hayle Alail .. .'. 
Hayle Weekly News 
Head Teachers' Review 
Headley's Time Tables . . „^ 
Healer M 



lAOK 

W 199 
W 199 
W 241 
W 137 
W 137 
M 241 
M 241 
211 



Health 

,, Messenger .. 

„ and Strength 

„ and Vim 

,, Observer 
Healthy Life . . 
Heanor Observer 
Heart ^ 

Heartsease 

Hearts of Oak Journal . . M 241 
Heavislde's StocktonAdvertiserM 241 



M 241 
M 241 
W 241 
M 241 
— 241 
M 241 
W 137 
241 
241 



■:^ 



Helnlen Bridge News 
i> ,1 Times 

Heckmondwike Herald 
>i News 

„ Reporter 

Hednesford Advertiser 

» Courier 

Helensburgh News . . 
I, Times .. 

Helps from the Poor 
II elston Advertiser .. 
Hemsworth Express . . 
llendon Advertiser .. 

„ Times.. 
Henley Chronicle .. 

„ Standard . . . . w ijo 
Hepworth Picture Play PaperM 241 
Herald (London) .. -^ gy 

„ (Baptist) ;; 2tf 241 

Cymraeg (Carnarvon) W 120 



W 137 
. W 137 
. W 137 
. W 137 
. W 137 
. W 137 
. W 137 
. W 199 
. W 199 
• M 241 
. W 137 
. W 138 
. W 241 
. W 138 
. W 138 

W 138 



„ of Health 

,, of the Cross . . 

„ of the Golden Age! 

,, „ Mercy 

,, ,, Peace 

), ,, Salvation . . 

II ,, the Star .. 

., ^ „ VVales (Swansea) 
Herb Doctor . . 
Hereford A. B. C. 

Guide 
Hereford Journal 

I, Mercury .. " 

I, Times 
Heme Bay l»ress 
Heron's Flat & Estate Mart 
Hertford Railway Guide 
Hertfordshire Express 

rflitchiu) "W 139 
,1 Hemel Hempstead 

Gazette "W 138 
II Mercury(aert- 

ford) . . ■y^^ 138 

Herts Advertiser (St. Albans) VT 168 
,1 Observer (Bishop's 

Stortford) W 110 
,1 Reporter (Roy ston) .. W 168 
Hewetc's Tourist Time Table M 241 



M 241 
. M 241 
Q 241 
.. M 241 
■ M 241 
. M 241 
. M 241 
• W 177 
BM241 
Railway 

.. M 241 

.. W 138 

.. W 138 

.. W 138 

W 138 

M 241 

M 241 



W 138 
W 138 
W 138 
W 138 
W 138 
M 241 
Q 241 
Q 241 
M 241 
M 241 
W 139 



Qarvest 

Harwich Newsman .. 

„ Standard .. 

Harwood Observer . . 

Haslingden Gazette . , 

„ Guardian 

„ Observer 

Hastings Advertiser . . 

,, Independent 

,, Observer 

Hatter's Gazette 



W 136 
W 136 
W 136 
"W 136 
W 136 
W 136 
"W 136 
W 136 
W 137 
M 241 



Haul M 241 



Hexliam Courant 

,1 Herald .. ] 
I, Weekly News 
Heywood Advertiser . . 

I, News 
Heywood's Railway Guide 
Hibbert Journal 
Hibernia 

Hibernian Journal ".! 
Higham's Magazine . . 
Highbridge Echo 
Highbury Quadrant Maga- 
zine M 241 

Higher Education Gazette SW 241 
Highland Light Infantry 

Chronicle . . Q 241 

II Leader (Inverness) "W 200 

II News (Inverness) W 200 

,T. ,!• ^ Times (Inverness) W 200 

High Peak Advertiser 

(New Mills) W 168 
i> I, Chronicle 

(Buxton) 
•I II News 

(Buxton) 
>i 11 Reporter 

. (New Mills) W 156 
11 Speed m Shorthand . . —241 

Highway M 241 

Highways and Hedges . M 241 
Hill's Doncaster A. B 

Time Table .. 
Hillfoots Record (Alva) 
Hinckley Echo 

I, Observer . . 

,, Times .. .. w low 

Hippodrome . . . . M 241 

Hire Traders' Record . . M 242 

,1 Trade Review . . -wr 242 

Hispania M 24 



W117 
W 117 



C. 



M 241 
W 198 
W 139 
W 139 
W 139 



Haverfordwest Telegraph . . W 137 | Historic Socy. of Lanes '.'. M 24ij 



38 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



PAGE 

History Q 242 

Hitchen Divisional Gazette M -i~ 
Hither Green Journal . . W 96 

Hobbies W 242 

Hobby World .. .. — 242 

Hockey Field . . . . W 242 

Holborn Guardian . . . . W 96 
„ Review .. .. Q 242 
Holbrook's Guide . . . . M 242 
Holioway Press . . . . W »6 
Holm flrth Express .. ..Wl£9 
Holsworthy News . . . . W 139 

Holt Post W 1S9 

Holyhead Chronicle.. .. W 139 
„ Mail .. .. W 139 
„ Obierver . . . . W 139 

Home M 242 

„ and Colonial Mail .. 'W 87 

„ Chat W 242 

„ Coiapanion .. .. W 243 

„ Cookery P 242 

„ Fashions .. .. M 242 

„ Finder M 242 

„ Friend M 242 

„ Handicrafts .. .. M 242 

„ Helper Q 242 

„ Messenger .. .. M 242 

„ Notes W 242 

,, Reading Magazines .. M 242 

„ Weekly "W 242 

„ Words M 242 

„ Workers' Gazette .. M 242 

Homeless Q 242 

Homes of the East . . . . Q 242 
Homestead .. H-Y 242 

Homiletic Review .. .. M 242 
Homing Pigeon .. .. W 242 
Honiaopatliic World . . M 242 

Honley Express .. .. W 139 

Honour Q 242 

Hope Magazine . . . . M 242 

Hora Jucunda M 242 

Horbury Observer . . . . W 139 
Horneld Record (Bristol).. W 116 
Horley Advertiser .. . W 139 
Horncastle Ni ws . . . . W 139 
Horner's Penny Stories . . W 242 
Horusea Guardian . . . . W 139 
Horusey J'jurnal . W 96 

Uorological Journal . . . M 242 
Horse and Hound . . . . W 87 
Horsham Times . . W 139 

Horticultural Trade Journal "W 242 
Hosiery Trade Journal . . M 242 

Hospital W 87 

„ Gazette .. M 242 

„ Saturday Fund Jrl. Q 242 
„ Superintendent .. Q 242 
Hotel Review .. .. M 242 

Hotel Tariff Guide .. .. M242 
Household Brigade Mag. .. Q 242 
Housing Journal .. .. Q l'42 

Hove Gazette "VV 140 

Howdenshire Gazette (Goole) "W 134 
Howden shire Chronicle 

(Pocklington) .. .. W 163 

Hucknall Dispatch .. .. W 14 

Huddersfleld Advertiser .. W 242 

., District Advertiser W 24 i 

„ Daily Examiner D I4O 

„ Examiner . . W 140 

„ Worker .. W 140 

Hugo's French Journal .. "W 242 

Hull and East Yorks Times W 140 

„ and Lines. News .. W 140 

„ •> ,1 Times .. W 140 

„ Band of Hope . . . . Q 242 

„ Catholic Herald . . W 140 

,, Dally News .. .. D140 

„ News "W' 140 

„ Post Office Guide .. M 242 
,, Trades Labour Journal M 242 
„ Trade Transit . . . . M 242 

Humanitarian M 242 

„ Era .. .. W 242 

Humanity M 242 

Huutlugdoushiru Post 

(Uuntingdon) W 141 
„ Standard 

(Huntingdon) "W 141 
Huntly Express . . . . "W 200 
Hunts County News 

(Huntingdon) W 141 

„ Htrald (Huntingdon) 

W 141 

Hurst Johnian .. .. M 242 

Hyde Reporter .. .. ^^141 

Hydro Record.. .. H-Y 242 

Hythe Advertiser . . . . W 141 

,, Reporter .. .. W 141 



Ilford Guardian 

,, Recorder 
Ilfracombe Chronicle 
„ Gazette . . 

Ilkeston Advertiser . . 

,, Pioneer 
Ilkley Free Press 



Ibla Q 243 
ce and Cold Storage . . M 243 
I.C.3. Student .. M 243 

Ideal Homes M 243 

Ideaii W '24S 



PAGE 

. Win 
. W 141 
. W 141 

. w m 

. W 141 
. W 141 
. W 141 

Gazette W 141 

Illuminating Engineer . . M 243 
Illustrated Catholic Missions M 24^ 

„ Bits "W 243 

„ Carpenter and Builder W 243 
„ Chronicle (Newcastle) D 156 
„ Kennel News . . . . "W 243 
,, London News . . W 87 

„ Official Jnil . of Patents W 243 
„ Parish Monthly . . M 243 
,, Police News . . W 37 

„ Poulti-y Record . . M 243 
,, Sporting 4 Dramatic 

News .. .. W 87 

„ Sunday Herald .. "W 81 

,, Temperance Chronicle 'W 243 

Monthly M 243 

„ Western Weekly 

News (Plymouth) "W 162 
,, Wrexham Arg^ . . M 243 

Imeldist M 243 

Imp W 243 

Impartial Reporter 

(Ennlskillen) W 212 

Imperial <& Asiatic Quarterly Q 243 

,, Cadet Magazine .. M 243 

„ Colonist .. .. M 243 

„ Register .. .. M 243 

Imperialist 'W 87 

Implement Review . . . . M 243 

Impressions M 243 

Incorp. Accountants' JmL.. M 243 
,, London Academy of 

Music Oaz. 8-Y 2 3 

Indent Gazette . . . . W 243 
Independent Methodist .. M 243 

Index Library Q 243 

,, Medicus .. .. M 243 

,, to Periodicals H-Y 243 

,, to the Times .. .. Q 213 

India "W 243 

„ Rubber Journal .. W 243 

ludlaman W 87 

Indian Antiquary . . . . M 243 
,, Appeals .. .. M 243 

„ Church Magazine . . Q 243 
„ Education .. .. M 243 
„ Magazine . .. M 243 

„ Military Record . . P 243 
,, Railway Gazette .. M 243 
India's Women . . . . M 243 

Indicator D 93 

Individualist .. .. B-M 243 

Industrial Engineer .. .. P 243 

,, Progress .. H-Y 243 

Infants Magazine . . . . M 243 

Intinito — 243 

Ingeniero Industrial .. M 243 

Ingenitur Industrlel .. M 243 

Inquirer W 244 

Institute Journal .. .. M 244 
,, Magazine . . • • Q '244 
„ Optometrist .. M 244 

Instructor M 244 

Insurance M 244 

„ Advocate .. .. M 244 
„ Agent and Review M 244 
,, Agents' News .. M 244 
, , and Fi n anclal Gazette M 244 
,, Banking Review.. M 244 
,, Freeman .. .. M 244 
<• Gem .. M 244 

,, Guardian .. .. M 244 
„ Index .. M 244 

,, Journal .. M 244 

„ Magazine .. .. ^ 244 
Mall .. "W 244 

,, Man .. .. M 244 

,, News .. .. V 244 

,, Observer .. .. "W" 87 
,, Opinion .. M 244 

,, Record .. .. W 87 
,, Spectator.. .. P 244 
„ Truth .. .. M 244 
„ World .. .. P 244 

International Catalogue of 

.Sclent. Lit. . . 244 

„ Co-openitlve Bul- 
letin .. M '244 
„ Customs Journal M 244 
„ Good Templar . . M 244 
„ Journal of ApocryphaQ244 
,, Journal of Ethics Q 244 
,, „ of Orthodontics M '244 
„ Marine EngincerlngM 244 
,, Psychic Gazette . . M 244 
„ Review of Missions Q 244 
„ Sugar Journal .. M 244 
„ Theosophical Chron- 
icle .. M 244 



PAGE 

Invergordon Times . . . . W 200 

Inverness Courier . . 2 W 200 

Football Times . . W 200 

Inventor M 244 

Investment Register . . M 244 

Investor's Guardian . . . . W 87 
„ Monthly Manual M 244 

„ Review .. .. "W 87 
Invlcta Magazine .. .. Q 244 
LP.S. Quarterly .. .. Q 244 
Ipswich School Magizlne 3 Y 244 
Ireland's Gazette . . . . P 244 

Ireland's Own W 244 

„ Saturday Night 

(Belfast) W 208 
Irish and Scotch Linen and 

Jute Trades Journal M 244 
,, Bee Journal . . . . M 214 
„ Book Lover . . . . M 244 
,, Builder (Dublin) .. p 244 
,, Catholic (Dublin) .. W 211 
,, Church Quarterly .. Q 244 
,, Churchman .. .. Itt 214 

„ Citizen M 244 

,, Civil Service Review . . M 244 
,, Congregational Mag. M 244 
,, Cyclist and Motor 

Cycli.-t W -244 

,, D. Telegraph (London- 
derry) D 213 

,, Draper M 244 

,, Ecclesiastical Record M 244 
„ Endeavourer . . . . M 244 

„ Farmer "W '44 

„ Farming World(Dubllu) W 244 
„ Field (Dublin) .. . . W 211 
„ Gardening .. .. M 245 

„ Grocer W 245 

„ Grocery World . . W 245 
„ Homestead .. .. W 215 
,, Independent (Dublin) D 211 
,, Industrial Journal . . W 245 
„ Investors' Guardian .. P 245 
„ Ironmonger .. .. M 215 
„ Journa'lst .. .. M 245 
,, Jnl. of Secondary Edu- 
cation M 215 

„ Law Times (Dublin) .. W '211 

„ Life "W 245 

„ Limelight .. .. M 215 

„ Military Guide.. .. M 245 
„ Monthly .. .. M 245 

„ Nation W 245 

„ Naturalist .. .. M 245 
„ News (Belfast) .. .. D 208 
„ Notes(NewcasUe\Vest) W 214 
„ Opinion (Dublin) . . "W 2U 

„ Outlook W 245 

„ Post (Cavan) . . . . W 209 
„ Postal Guardian .. M 245 

„ Presbyterian . . . . M 215 

,, Printer M 245 

,, Protestant .. M245 

„ Racing Calendar . . W 245 

,, Reports M 245 

,, Rosary M 245 

„ School Weekly . . . . "W 245 
,, .Society (Dublin) .. W 215 

„ Templar M 245 

„ Theological Quarterly Q 245 
„ Times (Dublin) . D 211 

„ Tobacco Trade Journal M 245 

„ Tourist M 245 

„ Weekly (Belfast) . . W 208 
,, ,, Independent 

(Dublin) W 211 
„ „ Mail (Dublm) W 211 
Irlain and Cadishead Tele- 
graph W 142 

Iron and Coal Trades Review W 88 
„ „ Steel Trades JournalW 83 

Ironmonger W 88 

Ironmongers' Weekly .. W 245 

Ironworkers' Journal .. M 245 

Irvine Herald "W 200 

„ Times W 2.»0 

„ Valley News .. .. W 245 
Islamic Review . . . . M 245 
Island .Star (Newport) . . "W 157 
Isle of Ely Advertiser (Wis- 
bech) .. .. 2W ise 
„ of Man Examiner 

(Douglas) W 217 
„ „ ,, Times (Douglas) D 217 
,, of Wight Advertiser 

(Ventnor) W 181 
Chronicle 

(Sandown) W 170 
„ „ ,, Guardian 

(.Shanklln) W 171 
„ „ „ Herald (Cowes) W 125 

Journal 

(Newport) 'W 157 
,, „ „ Mercury 

(Ventnor) W 181 
„ „ „ Observer(Ryde)W 168 I 



Isle of Wight Times (Ryde).. "W 163 

Islington (Sazette . . . . D 96 

„ Guardian .. . . W 96 

„ News .. .. W 96 



Jack Tar M 245 
apanese Journal of Com- 
merce Q 245 

Jarman's Wrexham A. B. C. M 245 

JarrolU's Penny Stories . . M 245 

„ Time Tables . . M 245 

Jarrow Express . . . W 142 

Jedburgh Gazette . . W 200 

Jersey Amusements Guide W 245 

„ Illustrated Weekly . . W 217 

„ Weekly Post . . . . W 217 

Jester W 245 

Jeweller and Metalworker . . p 245 

Jewellers' Trade Advertiser M 245 

„ Journal . . . . W '245 

Jewish Chronicle .. .. W 88 

„ Evening News . . D 80 

„ Express .. .. D 79 

„ Times.. .. D 79 

„ Missionary Herald . . M 245 

„ „ Intelligence . . M 245 

„ Quarterly Review Q 245 

„ Review B-M 245 

„ World W 88 

John Bull W 88 

John OGroat's Jouml(Wlck)W 205 

Johnian 3-Y 245 

Johnson & Sanderson's Stock 

Exchange Report . . W 245 
Johnstone Advertiser . . "W 200 
Joint .Stock Co.'s Journal . . W 88 
Jose Lille's Juvenile Dress- 
maker M 245 

Jost5 Lille's Practical 

Fashions M '245 

Journal, and Proceedings of 
Permanent 
Way Inst. ..8Y245 
„ and Transactions of 

Soc of Engrs. . . M 245 
„ of African Society.. Q 246 
„ of Agricultural 

Science.. .. Q 246 
,, Alchemical Society — 246 

„ Amalgamated 

Society of Tailors Q 246 
,, Anatomy . . • • Q "246 

„ Ass. Teachers of 

Mathematics 3-Y 246 
,, Board of Agricul- 
ture ,. .. M 246 
,, Botany .. .. M '246 
„ Brit. Astronomical 

Assoc .. M 246 

„ Cancer .. .. Q 246 
,, Central Cliambers 

of Agriculture M 246 
,, Chemical .Society M '246 

,, „ Technology M 246 

„ Clerks of WorlM 

Association . . M "247 
„ Clinical Hesearch3-Y 246 
,, Commerce 

(Liverpool) .. D 147 
,, Comparative 

Legislation .. M 246 
,, Comparative 

Pathology ., ft 246 
,, Conchology .. Q 246 

„ Cork Historical 

Society .. Q 247 

„ Decorative Art .. M 246 
„ Department of 
Agriculture 
Ireland .. Q 246 

,, Domestic Appli- 
ances . . . . M 240 
,, East India Assoc. Q 247 
,, Ecology .. .. Q 246 
„ Education .. M 246 

II Egyptian Arch- 

aeology . . . . Q 246 
„ English Studies 2-x 246 
„ Experimental 

Pedagogy ..3-Y 246 
,, Farmers' Club 6-Y247 

„ Forestry . . . . Q 246 
,, Friends' Historical 

Society Q 247 
„ Gardeners' Assoc. 

B-M 246 
„ Genetics . . . . Q 246 
„ Gipsy Lore Society Q 247 
„ Hellenic studlesH-Y 246 

,, H.M. Customs 

and Excise P 246 
„ Hygiene .. .. Q 246 

,, Imperial Arts 

League.. .. Q 247 
„ Indian Art . . Q 246 

,, Inst, of Actuaries — 247 

, Inst, of Bankers M 247 



COMPLETE BRITISH ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



39 



Journal uf lust, of Bankers 



247 



in Ireland Q 
,, Inst, of Urewing 4 Y 247 
„ Inst, of Carpenters Q 247 
,, Institute of Klec- 

trical Engineers — 247 
Inst, of Metals H-Y 247 
„ Inst, of Municipal 

Engineers .. Q 247 
„ Inst, (if Sanitary 

Engineers .. M 247 
„ Insurance Brokers Q 247 
„ Iron and Steel 

Institute H-Y 2*7 

,, Kildare Arclil. 

Society .. H-Y 246 
„ Land Agentb' So- 
ciety .. .. M 247 
„ laryngology, &c. M 246 
,, Leeds University 

Textile Asso. .. Q 246 
,, Linnean Society — 247 

„ London Society Q 247 

„ Manchester Geog. 

Society.. .. ft 247 
„ Marine Engineers 

Assoc M 247 

,, Mental Science.. Q 246 

„ Micrology .. M 246 

„ National Poultry 

OrganisationSoc. Q 247 
., National Society 

Art blasters .. Q 247 
„ Natural Science Q 246 
„ Obstetrics .. M 246 

„ Operative Stone 

Ma.sons .. P 247 
„ Pathology . . Q 246 

„ Philatelic Litera- 
ture Society. . Q 247 
„ Philology H-Y 246 

„ Physiology . . d 246 
Quekett Club H-Y 247 
,, Komau Studies H-Y 246 
„ Rontgeu Soc. . . Q 247 

,, Royal Anthropo- 
logical Inst. H-Y 247 
„ The Koyal Army 

Medical Corps . . M 247 
,, Royal Artillery M 247 

,, Royal Asiatic Soc. Q 247 
,, Royal Inst, of 

Public Health M 246 
„ Royal Horticul- 

tural Society . . Q 247 
„ Royal Institute Of 

British Architects p 247 
„ Royal Microscopic 

Society.. B-M 247 
,, Royal Naval Med- 
ical Service . . Q 247 
„ Royal Society of 
Antiquaries in 
Ireland.. . Q 247 

„ Royal Statistical 

Society.. .. M 247 
„ Royal U.S. Insti- 
tution . . . M 247 
„ Sauitarylnstitute Q 217 
Scieniittc Physi- 
cal Training 3-Y 246 
„ Society Architects Q 248 

„ Soc. of Arts . . W 83 

,, Soc. of Chemical 

Industry .. F 248 
„ Soc. of Dyers 

and Colorista . . M 248 
,, Soc. of Estate 

Clerks of Works M 248 
„ Society Preven- 

tion of Cancer Q 248 
,, State Medicine . . M 246 
„ S. African Ornith- 
ologists' Union 8-Y 248 
„ Theological Studies Q 247 
„ Tropical Medicine F 248 
„ U.S. Institution of 

India .. .. Q 243 
Welsh Biblio- 
graphical Soc H-Y248 
,, Zoological ResearcliQ 248 
Journeyman I'-aker's Mag. . . M 218 
Junior lust, of Engineers' 

Journal .. M 248 

„ Mechanics and 

Electricity .. .. M 248 

„ Unionist .. .. M 248 

Juridical Review .. .. Q 248 

Jus Suffragi M 218 

Justice W 88 

„ of the Peaee . . . . W 88 

Juvenile Rechabite . . . . M 248 

„ Templar .. .. M 218 



Kahncrete Engineering B M 218 
eighley News .. .. W 142 
Kellock's List of Vessels .. M 248 



PAOK 

Kelly's Trade Review .. M 248 

Kelso Chronicle . . . . W 200 

,, Mail W 200 

Kemp's Lancashire Gnzettc W 248 
„ Gazette for Wales . . P 248 
„ MercantileOazette.. W 218 
„ Midland Gazette . . P 248 
„ Northern Gazette . . W 248 
n S o u t h • K a 8 1 e r u 

Gnzetto .. .. P 218 
„ Wales' Gazette .. W 248 
,, Yorkshire Gazette.. W 248 

Kendalian 8 Y 243 

Kenilworth Advertiser . . W 142 

Kennel Gazette .. .. M 248 

Kensington News .. W 96 

Kent Argus (Ramsgate) . . W 165 

„ Courier(TunbridgeWelIs)W 180 

„ Fencible . . M 248 

„ Herald (Canterbury).. W 118 

„ MercantileOazette .. M 248 

,, Messenger (Ashford) .. W 103 

,, Messenger(Maid8tone) 3 W 150 

„ and Sussex Post 

(Hawkhurst) W 137 
Kentish Express (Ashford) .. W 103 
„ Gazette (Canterbry) W 118 
„ Independent 

(Woolwich) W 96 

,, Mereury(Greenwich) W 96 

„ Observer(Cantrbry) W 118 

Telegram (Deal) .. W 126 

Kerry Advocate (Tralee) . . W 216 

„ Evening Post (Tralee) 2 W 216 

„ News (Tralee) . . 3 W 216 

„ Pre«s (Tralee) . . 2 W 216 

„ Sentinel (Tralee) 2 W 216 

„ Weekly Reporter 

(Tralee) .. .. W 216 

Kerryman W 248 

Keswick Reminder .. .. W 248 

Kettering Guardian . . . . W 142 

Leader .. . . W 142 

Kew Bulletin 248 

Khaki M 248 

Kidderminster Shuttle . . "W 143 

Times .. W 143 

Kilburu 'Hnies . . . . W 96 

Kildare Observer (Naas) . . W 214 

Kilkenny Journal . . 2 W 213 

„ Moderator 2 W 213 

People .. .. W 213 

Killarney Echo (Tralee) .. "W 216 

Kilmarnock Herald . . . W 200 

Standard .. W 200 

Kilrush Herald . . . . W 213 

Kilsyth Chronicle . . . . W 201 

Journal .. .. W 201 

Kilwinning Chronicle . . W 201 

Kincardine Observer (L'kirk) W 201 

Kindergaiten & First Grade M 248 

Kinematograph Weekly .. W 248 

Kineton Advertiser .. .. W 143 

Kingdom M 248 

King's College Revlevir . .8-Y 248 

„ „ School Magazine 8-Y 218 

„ ,. Science Jnl. ..3-Y 218 

„ CountyChronicle(Birr)"W 209 

„ „ Independent.. W 210 

„ Highway .. .. M 248 

„ Messenger .. .. M 248 

„ Messengers . . . . M 248 

Kingsbridge Gazette .. W 143 

„ Guardian .. W 143 

„ Journal .. W 143 

Kingswood Magazine B-M 248 

Kington Times (Leominster) W 146 

Kinrosshire Advertiser . . W 201 

Courier.. .. 'W 201 

Kirkcaldy Mail .. .. W 201 

„ Times . . ... W 201 

Kirkcudbright Advertiser 

(Castle Douglas) . . . . W 193 
Kirkintilloch Gazette . . "^^201 
Herald .. W 201 
Kirriemuir Free Press . . W 1:01 
„ Observer .. W 201 
Knaresborough Post . . W 143 
Knight's Government Re- 
ports M 218 

Knowledge M 24.S 

Knutsford Advertiser .. W 143 

„ Guardian.. 2 W 143 

Kokka M 218 



Labour Leader (Mauche8ter)W15l 
„ News .. .. W 88 

,, Voice .. .. "W 248 

„ Woman .. .. M 248 

La Chronique W 88 

Ladies' College Magazine H-Y 249 
„ Cutter .. .. M 249 

„ Field W 88 

,, Pall Mall Fashions.. Q 249 
„ Tailor . . . . M 249 

,, Wear Trade Journal M 249 



PACJK 

Lady W 88 

lAdy of the House . . . . M 249 

Lady's Catalogue of Fashions 3-Y"49 

„ Companion .. ..W249 

., Realm M 249 

„ World M 249 

Lady's Pictorial . . , . W 88 

La Fcmrae Chic M 249 

Lafleur's Fife & Drum Journal 249 

,, Orchestral Journal 249 

Laisterdyke News (Bradford) W 113 

Lakes Herald (Ambleside).. W 102 

Lake's Falmouth Packet . . W 132 

,. Local Railway Tables M 249 

La MetroiK}le .. .. D 79 

L'Ami de la Maison .. .. M 249 

L'Ind6p6ndancc Beige . . D 79 

Lamp of China .. .. Q 249 

Lanark Gazette (Lanark) . . W 201 

Lanarkshire (Hamilton) . . 2 W 199 

„ Examiner .. W 201 

J^narkshire Catholic Herald W 1&8 

Lancashire Daily Post( Preston) D 164 

„ AYorksTimeTbl M 249 

„ Life .. .. M 249 

,, Naturalist .. M 249 

Lancaster Guardian .. .. W 143 

„ Observer .. .. W H4 

„ P.S.A. Messenger M 249 

Lancet W 88 

Lancing College Magazine 9 Y 249 
Land of Sinim . . . . Q 249 

„ Agente* Record . . W 88 

,, and Water .. .. W 88 
,, Nationaliser .. .. M 249 
„ Tax Reformer .. .. M 249 
,, Union Journal . . . . M 249 

„ Values M 249 

Langi)ort Herald . . . . W 144 
Largs Weekly News . . . . W 201 

Larue Times W 213 

Laryngoscope M 249 

Latter Day Saints' Millenial 

Star W 249 

Laughable Dialogues . . M 249 

Launceston Weekly News . .2 W 144 
Laundry Journal . . . . W 249 

„ News M 249 

„ Record .. .. M 249 

Law Journal W 88 

„ ,, Reports .. M 249 

„ Magazine & Review . . Q 249 

„ Notes M 249 

,, Quarterly Review . . Q 249 
„ Reporter (Scottish) .. W 249 

,, Reports M 249 

„ Society's Gazette .. M 249 
„ Students' Journal .. M 249 

„ Times W 88 

„ „ Reports .. .. W 249 

Lawn Tennis W 249 

Laxtonian 3Y249 

Lay Header M 249 

Laymen's Bulletin . . . . Q 249 
Leach's Catalogue of Fashions Q 249 
,, Family Dressmaker.. M 219 
„ Home Needlework . . M 249 
Leader (Dublin) .. .. W 211 
League News . . . . 2-Y 249 

Leamington A. B.C. Time 

Tables . . M 250 

„ County Chron... W 144 

„ Daily Circular . . W 250 

„ Spa Courier . . W 144 

Leather Goods . . . . — 250 

„ World . . . . W 250 

, Trades' Review . . W 80 

Le Costume Royale . . . . M 250 

Ledbury Guardian . . . . W 144 

,, Reporter .. .. W 144 

Lee Journal W 96 

Lee<ls Catholic Herald . . W 144 
„ Hospital Magazine .. M 250 
,, Mercury .. .. D 144 

Leek Post W 145 

„ Times W 145 

Legal Circular M 260 

,, Diary D 260 

Leicester A. B.C. Guide .. M 250 
,, Advertiser . . . . W 145 
„ Catholic News . . W 145 
,, Chronicle .. .. W 145 
,, Dally Mercury .. 1)145 
„ „ Post.. .. D 145 

„ Journal .. .. W 145 

Mail D 146 

Leigh Chronicle . . . . W 146 

„ Journal and Times . . W 146 

l.eighton Buzzard Observer W 146 

,, „ Reporter .. W 146 

Lelnster Express (Maryboro'; W 214 

„ Leader (Naas) . . W 214 

,, Reportei-(Tullamore)W 216 

Leisure Hour Library . . M 250 

Leith Burghs Pilot . . 2 W 202 

„ Commercial List .. I) 202 

„ Observer .. .. W 202 

Leltrlm Advertiser (Mohlll) W 214 



PAOK 
Leitriui Observer (Carrick- 

on-Shannon) . . W 209 
Lennox Herald (Dumbarton) W 194 
Leodiensian .. B-M 260 

Leominster News .. .. W 146 
Le Rayon de Soleil . . . . M 250 
Leslie's Time Tables . . M 250 

Levcn Advertiser . . "W 202 

Leveu Mail W 202 

Lewlsham Advertiser .. W 97 

,, Borough News . . W 97 

,, Journal . . W 97 

Leyland and Karington News W 122 

Ley's Fortnightly ,. . . P 250 

Leytou Advertiser .. W 250 

„ Express .. .. W 97 

Leytonstone Express . . W 97 

Liberal Magazine .. .. M 260 

Monthly .. .. M 250 

Liberator Q250 

SW260 

Librarian M 250 

Library Q 250 

„ Assistant .. .. M 250 

„ Association Record M 250 

„ Circular .. Q 250 

„ Journal .. .. M 250 

„ World .. .. M 2.'i0 

Licence Holder .. .. W 250 

Licensed Trade News . . w 260 

„ Victuallers' Gazette W 89 

Licensing World . . W 89 

Lichfield Diocesan Magazine M 250 

,, Mercury .. .. W 146 

Life of Faith W 260 

„ and Work M 260 

Life Boat Journal . . Q 260 

Liuht- Bearer —250 

Light W 89 

„ and Truth .. ,. M 260 

„ Car "W 250 

„ ,, and Cycle Car .. W 250 

,, in the Home .. .. M 260 

Lighting Journal .. .. Q 250 

Limerick Chronicle . . 8 W 213 

Echo ., 2W213 

„ Leader .. 8 W 213 

Lincoln Diocesan Magazine M 250 

„ Gazette .. W 146 

„ Leader . . W 147 

„ Mercury (Stamford) W 175 

Lincolnshire Chronicle 

(Lincoln) W 147 
„ Echo (Lincoln) D 147 

,, Free Press 

(Spalding) W 174 
,, Notes<& Queries Q 260 

„ Railway Guide M 250 

„ Standard 

(Boston) W 112 

Star(Brigg) .. W 114 

Linen 'frade Circular , . W 250 

Link M 250 

Links of Help M 2i.O 

Linlithgow Gazette . . . . W 202 

LinotyjH) Notes .. .. M 250 

Lisburn Herald . . . . VT 213 

„ Standard .. .. W 213 

Literary Guide . . M 250 

„ and Musical Review M 250 

„ World .. M 250 

Little Folks M 250 

„ Gleaner M 250 

„ One's Treasury . . M 250 

Li ttlehampt on Gazette .. W 147 
„ Observer .. W 147 

Littleport Gazette .. .. W 147 
Live Stock Journal .. .. W 89 
Liverpocl A.B.C. Guide . . M 250 
„ Brokers' Assoc. Cir- 
cular .. "W 261 
„ Catholic Herald.. W 147 
„ Congregatl. Mag. M 250 
„ Customs Bill of 

Entry .. .. D 250 
,, Daily Courier .. D 147 
,, ,, Post and 

Mercury.. .. D 147 
„ Diocesan Gazette M 251 
„ Echo .. .. D 147 

„ Evening Express D 147 
„ Football Echo . . W 148 
„ Golfer .. .. M 251 
„ Loading List .. M 261 
,, Medico.Chir. Jrnl.H-Y261 
„ Stock Exc. List . . D 251 
Post .. W 148 
„ Y.M.C.A. News .. M 261 

Liveryman — 260 

Living Waters M 251 

Llan A'r Dy wysogaeth (Lam- 
peter) W 143 

Llandatif Diocesan Magazine Q 251 
Llandudno Advertiser . . W 148 
„ Directory .. W 118 

„ Junctu. Standard W 148 
,, News .. .. W 118 

„ Register.. .. W 148 
„ Standard .. W 148 



40 



THE NEWSPAPER PEESS DIRECTORY. 



"W 149 
W 1J9 
W 89 
D So 
W 81 



. W 202 
• W 251 
. M 251 
. M 251 
.3Y251 
W 149 



D 251 

M 251 
M 251 
M 251 

251 



PAOK 

Llanelly Argus . . . . W 148 

„ Guardian .. W 148 

Mercury .. .. W 148 

,, Star "W 148 

Llanfairfechan News .. W H8 

Standard .. W H8 
Llangollen Advertiser .. W 149 
Llanrwst Free Press . . . . W 149 
„ News 
„ Standard .. 
Lloyd's Weekly Index 
"„ List .. 
„ Weekly News 
„ Weekly Summary.. W 89 
Local (Tottenham) .. .. M 251 
,, Acts During Sessions M iol 
„ Goverunieut Chronicle W 89 
„ „ Journal.. W 89 

„ Preachers' Magazine . . M 25i 
Lockerbie News 
Lock to Lock Times . . 
Locomotive Journal . . 
„ Magazine 

Xodestone 
Loftus Advertiser 
Loudon Apartments Adver- 
tiser .. .. W251 
„ Art Fashions . . M 251 
„ and Counties Journal M 251 
„ and China Express W 89 
„ ,, Telegraph W 89 
„ and General Freight 
Market Report . . 
„ and North Western 

Gazette 
„ „ Time Tables 

,, and Provincial Mag. 
„ and South Western 

Time Tables H-Y 
„ B. & S.C. Time 

Tables .. . . M 251 
„ Builder .. .. M 261 
,, City Mission Magazine M 251 
„ City Mission Mess- 
enger .. M '^51 
„ Commercial Record W 89 
„ Corn Ciicular .. P 251 
,, County Council 

Gazette .. .. W 251 
„ Countv Council Staff 

Gazette .. .. M 251 
,, Crusader . . M 251 

„ Customs Bill of Entry D 251 
„ „ (Coal) M 251 
„ Day by Day.. .. "W 251 
„ Diocesan Magazine M 251 
„ Gazette . . 2 W 89 

„ Golfer .. M 251 

,, Grain Reporter .. D 251 
„ 11 ospital Gazette .. M 251 
Illustrated Weekly W 251 
,, Irish Citizeu 
,, Leader 
Life .. 
,, Magazine 
„ Mail .. 
,, Municipal Notes 
„ Musical Courier 
„ Opinion 

Philatelist .. 
,, Pillar of Fire 
,, Quai-terly Review . . 
,, School Magazine . . 
,, Scottish Regimental 

Gazette . . 
„ Signal 
„ Tailor 
, , Teacher 
, , Telegraph . . 
„ Temperance Times 
,, Time Table .. 
„ Typographical JournalM 25 
„ University Gazette M 252 
„ Welshman .. . . W 89 
Londonderry Sentinel 8 W 213 
Loiidonian .. .. 8 IT 251 

Londra Roma W 89 

Long Eaton Advertiser .. W 149 

Longford Independent .. W 2U 

„ Journal .. .. W 214 

., Leader 

Lord's Day 

,, Portion 
Lorettonian . . 

Lothians Express (Bathgate) W 192 
Lotiuga's Week-end Special W 252 

Lot-o-Fun W 252 

Loughborough Echo . . . . W 149 

,, Herald .. W 149 

„ Monitor .. W 149 

,, Times .. W 149 

Loughrea Quai'dian .. .. W 214 

Loughton Advertiser . . "W 149 

Louth Advertiser . . 2 W 149 

„ Observer .. .. W 149 

Lowestoft Journal . . . . W 149 

„ Time Tables .. M 252 



M 251 
. . W 251 
.. W 251 
. . M 251 
.. W 89 
.. M 251 
.. W 252 
.. W 89 
.. M 252 
.. M 252 
Q, 252 
M 252 



M 252 
M 252 
M 252 
■W252 
W252 
M 252 
M 252 



W 214 
Q 252 
Q 252 
F 252 





PAGE 


Lowestoft Weekly Press 


.. W149 


Loyal Order of Ancient 




Shepherds 


. . M 252 


Ludlow Advertiser . . 


.. W 149 


LurganMail .. 


.. W 214 


Luton News . . 


. . W 150 


,, Reporter 


. . W 150 


Luzac's Oriental List 


B-M 252 


Lyceum Banner 


.. M 252 


Lydney Observer 


.. W 150 


Lyme Regis MiiTor . . 


.. W 150 


Lymington Chronicle 


.. W 150 


Lynn Advertiser 


.. W 143 


„ Football Star . . 


.. W 252 


,, News 


.. W 143 


Lytham Standard .. 


. . W 150 


„ Times 


.. W 150 



M. A. B M 252 
acclesfleld Advertiser W 150 
„ Courier .. W 150 
Times .. W 150 
McCall's Racing Chronicle . . M 252 
McFadden's Physical 

Culture M 252 

Machinery "W 252 

Market .. .. W 89 
Machine Woodworker . . M 252 
Madame Claude's Catalogue 

of Fashions . . . H-Y 252 

Made in Britain .. ..■W252 
Magazine of the London 

Royal Free Hospital SY252 
„ of Wesleyan Metho- 
dist Church M 252 

Magic .. .. .. .. M 252 

„ Circular .. .. M 252 

Magiciau M 252 

Magisterial Cases . . . . Q 252 

Magnet (Leeds) .. . . W 144 

„ Library (London) . . W 252 

Maidenhead Advertiser . . W 150 

„ Chronicle .. W 150 

MaU 8W 89 

Malacological Society's Pro- 
ceedings Q 252 

Malcolm's Time Table .. M 252 

Maldou Advertiser .. .. P 151 

„ Express . . . . W 151 

Malthusian M 252 

Malton Messenger . . . . W 151 
Malvern Gazette . . . . W 151 
„ News .. .. W 151 

Malvernian .. .. 6 Y 252 

Managing Engineer . . . . M 252 
,, Printer .. .. — 252 

Manchester Catholic Herald W 151 
„ Chamber of Com- 

merce Record M 262 
,, City News . . W 152 

,, Evening Chronicle D 152 
,, ,, News .. D 152 

,, Geological Society M 252 

,, Guardian . . D 152 

„ Lit. Soc.Proedgs.3 Y252 
„ Postal Guide .. M 252 

„ Quarterly .. Q 252 

„ Rail. Guide .. M 252 

,, South District 

Advertiser .. "W 152 
„ Weekly Press .. W 252 

„ Weekly Times . . W 152 

,, Wheelers' Club 

Journal 6-Y 252 

Y.M.C.A. News M 252 

Mannin H-Y 252 

} .ansfleld Advertiser .. W 153 

„ Chronicle .. . . W 153 

,, Rail Guide .. M 253 

„ Bep<)rter .. .. W 153 

Manual Training Magazine M 253 

Manufacturer's Illustrated 

Post .. .. M 253 
„ Prices Current Q 253 

„ Representa- 

tive H-Y 253 

Manx Church Magazine .. M 253 
„ Wesleyan Church 

Record . . M 253 

Marconigrama .. M 263 

Margate Gazette . . . . "W 153 

Marine Caterer .. .. 11253 

„ Engineer .. M 253 

„ Engineering .. M 253 

„ Magazine .. Q, 253 

Mariner M 253 

MarketUarboroughAdvertiserW 163 

„ Mail M 2.53 

„ Rasen Mail . . . . W 153 

„ Review . . . . "W 253 

Mark Lane Express . . . . W 89 

Marvel W 253 

Maryhlll Herald .. ..W202 

Marylebono Mercury . . iff 97 

,, Record .. .. W 97 

,, Times .. W 97 



PAGE 

Maryport News . . . . "W 153 

Mascot 3-Y 253 

Mascot Novels M 253 

Mashamshire Standard .. W 158 

Mask Q 253 

Master BuUders' Journal . . W 253 

„ Baker P 253 

Mastery M 253 

Maternity & Child Welfare M 253 

Mathematical Gazette . . M 253 

„ Notes.. ..3Y253 

„ Questions ..H-Y253 

Mathieson's Fortnightly List F 253 

„ Highest Prices H-Y 253 

„ Traffic Tables . . M 253 

Matlock Visitor . . . . W 153 

MatricuUtion Directory . . 8r-Y253 

Matrimonial Circle . . . . M 253 

„ Gazette .. M 253 

Post .. .. M 253 

„ Standard . . Q 253 

Times .. .. M 253 

Mayfair W 89 

Mayo News (Westport) . . W 216 

Meaning of Life . . . . M 253 

Mearns Leader (Stonehaven) 'W 205 

Meat Trades' Journal . . W 253 

Meath Herald (Kells) . . W 213 

„ Chronicle (Kells) .. ■W213 

Mechanical Engineer .. W 253 

World (M'ch'st'r) W 152 

Medical Chronicle . . . . M 253 

„ Magazine . . . . M 263 

,, Missions . . . M 253 

Officer .. .. W 89 

„ Piess "W 90 

„ Review .. .. M 253 

„ Temperance Review Q 263 

„ Times . . . . "W 253 

World .. .. W 253 

Melton Mowbray Journal . . W 153 

„ ,, Times . . W 153 

Men's Magazine . . • • Q 253 

„ Wear W 90 

Mercantile Guardian .. M 253 

„ Marine Service 

Reporter .. M 253 

,, Test .. .. M 253 

Mercy and Truth . . M 263 

Merioneth News (Dolgelly).. W 128 

Mermaid . . B-M 253 

Merry and Bright . . . . W 253 

Merthyr Express . . . . W 153 

Message from God . . . . M 253 

„ of the Church . . M 254 

Messenger (Belfast) .. B-M 254 

„ Children (Presby. 

Ch.) . . M 254 

,, of Mathematics . . M 254 

„ of Sacred Heart.. M 264 

Sletal Bulletin . . S-W 254 

„ Industry . . . . "W 254 

Meteor M 254 

Methodist Expositor . . M 254 

„ Recorder.. .. W 90 

„ Times .. .. W 90 

Metropolitan Fashions . . Q 254 

Tab. Pulpit . . W 254 

„ Water.. .. M 2.54 

Mexborough Times .. .. W 154 

Mid-day Sporting Special 

(Leeds) D 254 

Mid-Cumberland Herald W 162 

(Penrith) 
,, Devon Times (Newton 

Abbot) . . W 157 

„ „ Advertiser(New- 

ton Abbot) . . W 157 
,, Lothian Advertiser 

(West Calder) W 205 
„ Lothian Journal (Porto- 

bello) W 204 

„ Rhondda Gazette (Pont- 
ypridd) .. .. W163 
„ Sussex Times 

(Hayward's Heath) ..WIS? 

,, Ulster Mail (Cookstown) W 210 

Middlehani Opinion.. .. W 254 

Middlesbrough School Mag. 8 Y 254 

,, Standard 

(Redcar) W 166 
Middlesex Advertiser 

Uxbridge) .. W 181 
„ Chronicle 

(ilounslow) .. "W 140 
,, County Times 

(Ealing) 2 W 97 

,, Hospital Archives 8 Y 254 

,, ,, Journal.. — 254 

Mlddleton Guardian . . . . W 154 

„ Standard .. "W 154 

Midhurst Times .. .. W 164 

Midland Advertiser 

(Wednesbury) . . W 183 
,, Chronicle (West Brom- 

wich) . . "W 183 

„ Counties Advertiser 

(Roscrea) .. W 215 



PAOS 

Midland Counties Express 

(Wolverhampton) W 186 
„ Counties Herald 

(Birmingham) .. W 109 
,, Counties Tribune 

(Nuneaton) . . W 160 
,, Daily Telegraph 

(Coventry) .. D 125 

„ Daily Tribune 

(Nuneaton) .. D 160 
,, Free Press 

(Leicester) . . W 146 
„ Golfer . . M 254 

Mail (Market Har- 

borough) .. W 153 

„ Medical Journal . . M 254 
„ Railway Time 

Tables HY254 
„ Reporter 

(Mullingar) 2 W 214 
„ Sporting Gazette 

(Nott'm.) D 159 

„ Sunbeam .. .. M 254 

„ Temperance Witness M 254 

Tribune (Birr) .."77 209 

Mildenhall Post .. .. "W 154 

Milestones Q 254 

MUford Haven Gazette .. W l.=;4 

„ Record Society . . — 254 

Military Cyclist . . . . Q 254 

„ Journal .. .. M 254 

Mail W 90 

„ March Journal . . M 254 

Miller W 90 

Mill and Works News . . M 254 
Millers' Gazette .. ..1^254 
Millgate Monthly . . . . M 254 
Mill Hill Magazine . . . . M 254 

Milling "W 254 

Millom Gazette .. ..W154 

„ News W 154 

Milngavie Herald .. ..W202 

Mind Q 254 

Minehead Advertiser . . W 154 

Mine Host M 254 

Mineral Water Trade Review M 254 

Mineralogical Magazine . . Q 254 

Mining Journal .. .. W 90 

, , Magazine . . M 254 

„ News W 90 

World .. W 90 

Minister's Gazette of Fashion M 254 
Alinutes of Institute of Civil 

Engineers Q 254 

Mirfleld Herald . . . . W 154 

Reporter .. .. W 154 

Mirror of Life . . . . W 90 

Miscellanea Genealogica . . Q 254 

Misericordia M "254 

Mission Field (S.P.G.) .. M 254 
„ „ (Foreign) . . M 254 

Missionary Echo . . . . M 254 
„ Gazette . . . . M 254 

Herald (Belfast) M 254 
,, Leaves . . . . M 254 

„ Quarterly .. Q 254 

,. Review . . . M 254 

Mitcnam Advertiser . . W 155 

„ Herald .. .. W 165 
„ Mercury .. .. W 97 
Model Engineer . . W 255 

,, Railways and Loco- 
motives . . . . M 255 
Modelling Monthly . . B-M 264 

Modern Astrology . . . . M 255 
„ Churchman . . . . M 265 
„ Language Review.. Q 255 
„ „ Teaching 8 Y 255 

„ Life "W 255 

,, Lithographer .. M 255 

„ Medicine . . . . M 255 
„ Society .. . . W 90 

Moffat News W 202 

Monaghau Democrat .. W 214 

Monas Herald (Douglas) . . W 217 
Monday Midget . . . . "W 255 

Money W 90 

„ Market Review . . W 90 

Monist Q 255 

Monktonian . . . . 3 Y 255 

Monmouth Guardian 

(Rhymney) W 166 
Monmouthshire Beacon . . "W" 165 
„ Evening Post 

(Newport) D 157 
„ Weekly Post 

(Newport, Mon)Wl57 
Monotype Recorder . . . . M 256 
Montgomery Express 

(Newtown).. W 157 
„ County Times 

(Welshpool) . . W 183 

Month M 256 

Monthly Dir'tory of Eastern 

Coast Defences M 255 
„ Film Record . . M 265 

„ Hints on Poultry M 265 



COMPLETE BRITISH ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



41 



PAOK 

Monthly Labour Journal .. M 255 
,, Magazine of Fiction M 255 
„ Mining Handbook M 256 
,, Musical Record . . M 255 
,, News Cons. Un. W. 

Franchise Ass. . . M ZSri 
„ Kotes .. .. M 255 

„ Notes on Tariff 

Reform .. .. M 255 
„ Notices (Astrono- 
mical) .. .. M 255 
„ Onicial Directory 

(Woolwich) . M 255 
Pulpit .. .. M 255 

,, Record . . . . M 255 
,, Record of Evangeli- 
cal Mission . . M 255 
„ Record of Free 

Church (Scotland) M 255 
,, Review of Inc. Soc. 
of Inspectors of 
AV e i g h 1 8 and 
Measures.. .. M 255 
, Statement . . . . M 255 
„ Summary of Weather 

Reports .. .. M 255 

„ Treasury .. .. M 255 

Montrose Review .. ..W202 

„ Standard .. .. W 202 

Moravian Messenger . . P 255 

„ Missions .. .- M 255 

Morecambe Times . . . . W 1S5 

„ Visitor .. .. W 155 

Morley News W 155 

„ Observer . . . . W 155 

Morning M 255 

Morning Advertiser . . . . D 80 
„ Argus (Brighton).. D 115 

„ Calm Q 255 

,, News (Jersey) .. D 217 

„ Post D 80 

„ Rays M 255 

„ Star F 255 

Morningside Mirror . . . . M 255 

Morpeth Herald . . . . W 156 

Mossley Herald . . . . W 155 

„ Reporter .. . . W 155 

„ „ Home .. .. "W 255 

Mothers in Council . . . . Q 255 

„ Magazine . . . . M 255 

Mothers' Union Journal .. Q 255 

MotherweU Standard .. W 202 

„ Times .. .. W 203 

Motor W 90 

„ Coachwork . . . . Q 255 

„ Cycle W 255 

„ „ and Cycle 

Trader P 255 

„ Cycling W 256 

„ Export Trader . . M 256 

„ News (Dublin) .. W 256 

„ Ship and Motor Boat W 256 
„ Traction . . . . W 256 

„ Trader W 256 

„ World W 256 

Mountain Ash Post . . . . W 111 

Mouth Mirror Q 266 

Moving Picture List . . . . W 266 

M. P. Journal M 256 

Mumbles Weekly Press 

(Swansea) .. W 177 
Municipal Engineering . . W 90 
,, Journal .. .. W 90 

„ Officer .. .. M 256 

„ Reformer . . . . W 256 

Munster Express (Water- 
ford) .. W 216 
„ News (Limerick) 3 W 213 

News Budget .. M 256 
Slun-ay's Monthly Diaries . . M 256 
„ Time Tables . . M 256 

Museon Review D'Etudes 

Orientals Q 256 
Museum Journal . . . . M 256 

Music M 256 

„ Student .. .. M 256 

„ Trades Review . . . M 256 

Musical Budget . . . . M 256 

„ Herald .. M 256 

„ Mail M 256 

„ News W 256 

,, Opinion . . . . M 256 

„ Progress .. .. M 256 

„ Salvationist.. .. M 256 

„ Standard .. .. W 80 

„ Times ... .. M 256 

Musician's Journal . . . . €1 256 

Musselburgh News . . . . W 203 

Muswell Hill Record .. W 97 

Mutua Confldentia . . . . W 256 

Mutual Comfort . . . . M 256 

My Favourite Home Journal W 256 

„ Garden M 256 

„ Mag M 256 

„ Magazine M 256 

,, Pocket Novels .. .. W 256 
,, Weekly W 256 



PAOE 

"Vrairn County Press . . W 203 
J^l airnshire Telegraph 

(Nairn) W 203 

Nantwich Chronicle.. .. W 155 
Nantwich Guardian . . 2 W 155 
Narberth News .. .. W 155 

Nash's Pall Mall Magazine.. M 256 

Nation W 90 

Nation in Arras .. .. Q256 
Jfational Bible Society 

Record . . . . Q 256 
„ Church .. M 256 

„ Cyclists' Union Re- 
view . . M 256 
,, Dental Hospital 

Gazette . . . . M 256 
„ Fed. Record . . Q 256 
„ Football Programme'W 256 
„ Guardian(Glasgow) W 198 
„ Health .. .. M 2.56 
,, Insurance Gazette W 256 
News .. .. W 81 

„ Newsagent . . W 256 

„ Protestant Stan- 
dard M 256 
„ Reform Review . . M 256 
,, Review . . . . M 256 
„ Sunday Advocate M 256 
„ Temperance Quar- 
terly .. .. Q 266 
,, Union Gleanings.. M 256 
,, Union Shoe Oprs. 

Report .. .. M 256 

„ Weekly .. .. W 90 

Nationalist Times (Carlow) W 209 

Nationalist (Clonmel) 4-W 209 

Maturaliat M 256 

Nature W 90 

„ Photographer .. M 256 

,, Reader Monthly .. M 257 
Nautical Magazine . . . . M 257 
N.ival and Military Record 

(Plymouth).. .. W 163 

„ Cadet M 257 

„ Review M 257 

„ Warrant Officers Jour- 
nal M 267 

Navy M 257 

,, League Quarterly .. Q 257 

„ List M 257 

Near East "W 90 

Needed Truth .. .. M 257 
Needle and Thread . . . . Q 257 
Needlecraft Practical Jour- 
nal 7Y257 

Needlework for Ail .. .. M 257 
Negesydd Cenhadol . . . . Q 257 
Nelson Leader .. .. W 155 

Lee Library . . . . W 257 

Nenagh Guardian . . . . W 214 



Net 


.. VV •'i'* 

.. Q 257 


New Age 


.. W 90 


,, Church Magazine 


.. M 257 


„ „ Quarteily 


. . Q 257 


Weekly 


. W 257 


„ „ Young Peopl 


3 M 257 


„ Cross Free Press 


.. W 97 


„ English Art Club 


H-Y 257 


„ Europe .. 


.. W 257 


„ Forest Chronicle 


.. W 150 


,, Ireland .. 


.. W 211 


„ Jersey man 


.. W 217 


,, Magazine 


. . M 257 


„ Moon 


. . M 257 


„ Phytologist 


. . M 257 


„ Ross Standard . . 


.. W 214 


„ Statesmen 


.. W 90 


„ Thought Journal 


.. Q257 


„ Times 


.. M 257 



Witness W 91 

Newark Advertiser . . . . W 156 

„ Herald .. .. "W 155 

Newbury Clironicle .. .. W 156 

„ News .. .. W 155 

Newcastle-on-Tyne Daily 

Chronicle D 156 

„ Diocesan Gazette M 257 

„ Daily Journal .. D 166 

„ Evening Chronicle D 156 

„ Weekly Chronicle W 156 

Newhaven Chronicle . . W 156 

Newmarket Journal . . W 156 

„ Sporting News . . D 168 

Newport Advertiser . . . . W 157 

„ Pagnell Gazette . . W 157 

,, Wesleyan Circuit 

Magazine .. BI 257 

Newquay Express . . . . W 157 

Newiy Reporter .. 3 W 215 

„ Telegraph .. 3 W 215 

Newsagent W 91 

News from Afar . . . . M 267 
„ in a Nutshell (Pem- 
broke Dock) . . W 161 
„ of the World .. .. W 81 
Newspaper World .. .. W 91 



Newton 



PAGE 



W 157 
M 257 

— 257 
W 215 
"W 208 
W 215 

Q 257 
M 257 

P 257 



M 257 



Abbot Western 
Guardian . . 
„ News 
Newtonian 

Newtownards Chronicle 
Newtownards Herald 

„ Spectator 

Night and Day 
Nineteenth Century.. 
New Zealander 

Norfolk Chronicle (Norwich) W 158 
„ News (Norwich) . . W 169 
Normal Instructor . . . . M 2.')7 
Normanton Herald and Dis- 
trict Advertiser "W 257 
North Africa .. B-M 2f)7 

,, American Review . . M 257 
,, Antrim Standard 

(Ballymoney) W 207 
,, Bedford.shire Courier W 108 
„ Berks Herald (Abing- 
don) W 101 

,, British Agriculturist 

(Edinburgh) W 196 
,, „ Columbia News Q 257 
,, Bucks Times (Fenny 

Stratford) W 132 
,, Cheshire Advertiser 

(Glossop) . . . . W 134 
„ Cheshire Herald 

(Hyde) . . . . W 141 
,, Devon Herald 

(Barnstaple) W 105 
,, „ Journal 

(Barnstaple) W 105 
„ Down Herald (Bangor) W 208 
„ Eastern Daily Gazette 

(Middlesbrough) D 154 
,, ,, Railway Maga' 

ziue .. 
„ East Kent Times 

(Sittingbourno) W 172 
„ Herts Mail (Hitchin) W 139 
,, Leeds News . .. W 144 
„ London Guardian . . W 97 
„ London Pulpit . . M 257 

„ Mail (Newcastle) .. D 156 
„ Middlesex Chronicle.. W 97 
,, of England Clinical 

Journal 
,, Rii'.ing News (North- 
allerton) W 157 
,, Somerset Gazette 

(Bristol) .. .. "W 116 
„ Staffordshire Guide . . M 258 
„ Star (Darlington) 
„ „ (Dingwall) 
„ Wales Chronicle 

(Bangor) W 105 
„ ,, Guardian 

(Wrexham) W 188 
„ „ News (Conway) W 124 

,, „ Observer 

(Carnarvon) W 120 
„ „ Standard 

(Conway) "W 124 
„ „ Times(Denbigh)W 127 

„ Walsham Post . . W 158 

„ Western Daily Mail 

(Barrow).. .. D 106 
„ „ Guardian 

(Chippenham) W 122 
„ „ Herald (Swin- 

don) . . . . W 177 
Northampton Chronicle . . D 158 
Daily Echo . . D 168 
Herald .. W 158 

Independent W 158 
Mercury .. W 158 
Notes and 
Queries .. Q 257 
Northamptonshire Evening 

Telegraph D 143 
,, Gazette 

(Kettering) W 142 
„ Nonconformist M 257 
„ Good Temp. 

Lodge Guide Q 257 
Northern British Israel 

Review Q 257 
Chronicle 

(Inverness) W 200 
Constitution 

(Coleraine) 2 W 210 
„ Daily Mail 

(Hartlepool) D 136 
„ Daily Telegraph 

(Blackburn) D 110 
„ Echo (Darlington) D 126 
„ Ensign (Wick) .. W 205 
„ Evening Despatch 

(Darlington) .. D 126 
,, Freemason .. M 257 

Scot (Elgin) .. W 196 

„ Standard 

(Monaghan) W 214 
„ Times (Golspie) .. W 199 



Q25 



D 126 
W 194 



PAUl 

NorthemWeekly Gazette 

(Middlesbrough) "W 154 
„ Weekly Leader 

(N.-on-Tyne) W 15f 

,, Weekly (Dingwall) W 194 

Whig (Belfast) . . D 20J 

Northerner .. .. 6-Y 25; 

Northfleet Standard.. .. W 155 

Northwich Chronicle . . W 15S 

„ Guardian.. 2 W 15{ 

Northwood Advertiser (Ux- 

bridge) W 181 

Norvicensian 3-Y 25f 

Norwich ABC Guide . . M 25f 

„ Diocesan Gazette . . M 25s- 

„ Mercury 2 W 15! 

„ Union .Magazine BM 255 

Norwood Herald . . . . W 9; 

„ News .. .. W 9^ 

„ Observer .. .. W 9; 

,, Press .. .. W f>'i 

„ Review .. .. W 9( 

„ Weekly Record .. W 9; 

Notes and Queries . . . . W 91 

„ „ „ (Somerset) M 255 

„ on Books . . 8 Y 255 

„ on Scripture Lessons . M 255 

„ for Teachers .. .. Q 25: 

,, from Ireland . . . . M 255 

Nottingham and Notts Local 

News .. .. W 15! 
„ Catholic News W 16! 

„ Daily Express . . D 1.5{ 

„ Evening ^ews D 15! 

„ Guardian .. D 15! 

„ Post .. .. D 151 

Nottinghamshire Free Press 

(.Sutton in Ashfield) W 17( 
„ Guardian .. W 15! 
„ Weekly Express W 151 
Nouvelle Chronique de 

Jersey 2 W 2i: 

Novel Magazine .. .. M 255 

Novelty News . . . . M 255 

Novitates ZoologicaB.. .. —255 

Nugget Library . . . . M 255 

Numismatic Chronicle .. Q 25> 

„ Circular . . M 255 

Nuneaton Advertiser . . W 10( 

„ Chronicle.. .. W 10( 

„ Observer . . . . W 16( 

Nurseryman and Seedsman W 2.'i5 

Nurses' Journal .. .. M 255 

„ Near and Far . . Q 25; 

,, Own Magazine .. M 255 

Nursing Mirror .. .. W 91 

„ Notes .. .. M 255 

,, Times .. .. W 91 



Oakham Journal .. .. "W 16( 
ban Times .. .. W 20i 

O.B.C. Magazine .. .. M25b 

Observatory M 265 

Observer W 81 

Occult Review . . . . M 255 

Oddfellows' Magazine .. M 255 

Espelho P 255 

Official Gazette Co. Covncil 

Association M 25: 

Oil News W 91 

„ Trades Journal . . . . W 91 

Olavian 6 y 255 

Old English Costumes . . 268 
„ Lore Miscellany (Ork- 
ney) Q 258 

Oldham Catholic Herald .. W 160 
„ Chronicle . . . . W 160 
„ Daily Standard .. D 16:) 
„ Evening Chronicle D 160 
„ Spinners' Report . . M 25S 
„ Weekly Times . . "W 160 
„ W. Standard . . W 160 

Olive Leaf M 258 

Olney Advertiser .. .. "W 160 

On and Off W 258 

On and Off Duty .. .. M 258 

„ Service M 25S 

„ the Line M 258 

„ the March M 268 

„ the Road M 258 

One and All M 258 

One by One Q 258 

Onward Reciter .. .. M 258 
„ and Upward .. M 258 

Open Court M 258 

Ophthalmic Review . . . . M 258 
Ophthalmology .. .. Q 258 

Optician W 258 

Orange Standard . . . . M 268 
Orcadian (Kirkwall) . . W 201 

Orchestra Journal . . . . 268 

Orchid Review . . . . M 258 

„ World M 251) 

Organiser M 259 

Organist and Choir Master M 25.) 
Orient Q 269 



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THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



PAGE 

Oriental Notes .. .. W 2?9 

Orkney Herald (Kirkwall) . . W 201 
Ormskirk Advertiser . . W 160 

Orpheus Journal , . • • Q, 259 
Osborne Magazine ., 3 Y 259 

Ossett Observer . . . . W 160 
Oswald Marsh's Philatelist.. W 259 
Oswaldtwistle Observer . . W 161 
Oswestry Advertizer.. .. W 161 
„ Commercial Circular M 259 
O.T.C. Magazine . . . . M 259 
Our Animal Brothers . . M 259 

„ Boys' Magazine . . . . M 259 

„ Circle M 259 

„ Darlings M 259 

„ Dogs W 259 

„ Dumb Friends . . . . "W 259 

„ Flag M 259 

,, Girls "W 259 

„ Home "W 259 

,, Hospitals and Charities M 259 

„ Land M 259 

„ Letter Q 259 

„ Little Dots . . . M 269 

„ Log Book M 259 

„ Missions Q 259 

., Outlook M 259 

,, Own Gazette .. .. M259 
„ ,, Magazine .. .. M 259 
,, „ „ (Manchester) M 259 

,, Sisters in Other Lands Q 259 
„ Waifs and Strays . . M 259 

„ Work M 259 

Ourselves ft 259 

Out and Out . . . . . M 259 

Outfitter W 259 

Outlook W 91 

Outpost .. .. Bl-M 259 

Owner Driver Gazette . . "W 259 

Oxford Chronicle . . . . W 161 

,, Diocesan Magazine . . M 259 

„ House Mag Q 259 

„ Journal .. .. W 161 

„ Stagazine .. .. W 259 
„ Railway Guide . . M 259 
„ Keview . . I) 161 

,, Shorthand Chronicle M 259 

„ Times W 161 

,, University Gazette . . W 161 
Oxfordshire Free Press .. W 161 

(Chipping Norton) W 122 

Oxonian 259 

Oxted Press "W 259 



Paddington Gazette . . W 97 
,, Mercury . . W 97 
,, Times .. W 97 

Padiham News . . . . W 259 

Page's Engineering Weekly F 259 
Paignton Observer .. .. W 161 
„ Western Guardian W 161 
Paisley Daily Express . . D 203 
,, Gazette .. . . 'W 203 

Pall Mall Budget . . . . W 269 
„ Gazette .. .. D 80 
Palmers News (Martock) .. W 153 
Palmers Green Gazette .. W 97 
Paper Box Makers' Journal M 259 

„ Maker M 259 

,, Makers' Journal .. M 259 
,, Making .. .. M 259 

,, Pawb W 259 

,, Trade Review .. W 91 

Parasitology 259 

Parents' Review .. .. M 259 
Paris Elegante .. .. M 259 

„ Fashions .. .. W 259 

„ Journal of Fancy Work M 260 

„ Mode M 260 

Parish Helper M 260 

,, Magazine .. .. M 260 

Parliamentary Debates .. D 260 

,, Gazette ..8Y260 

Part Singer M 260 

Partick Gazette . . . . "W 198 

,, Press "W 198 

Passing Show W 91 

Pateley Bridge Herald . . W 161 

Patents M 260 

Patrician M 260 

Pauline .. .. . 7 Y 260 

Pawnbrokers' Gazette . . W 260 

Pax Q 260 

Peace and Goodwill . . . . Q 260 

?earl of Days M 260 

Pearson's Magazine .. .. M 260 

„ Weekly .. .. W 260 

„ 6d. Novels . , M 260 

Peckham Flag .. .. M 260 

Peebles Advertiser . . . . W 203 



PAGK 

Peebles News "W 203 

,, Standard .. .. W 203 
Peel Guardian .. .. "W 217 

Pedagogical Seminary .. Q 260 
Pedigree Register . . . . Q 260 

Pelican W »1 

„ (Cambridge) .. ..3-Y260 

„ Record 8-Y 260 

Pembroke County Guardian 

(Haverfordwest) . . W 137 

„ (Pembroke Dock) W 161 

„ Dock Gazette . . W 161 

„ Journal .. W 161 

Pembrokeshire Herald 

(Haverfordwest) W 137 

,. Times (Pembroke) W 161 

Penal Reform League Record Q 260 

Penarth Advertiser . . . . "W 260 

Times .. .. W 162 

Penge, Anerley & Sydenham 

News W 98 

„ Press (Anerley) .. W 98 

Pen istone Express (Uoyland) W 140 

Penmaenmawr News . . 'W 162 

Standard .. W 162 

Penny Magazine . . . . W 260 

„ Pictorial . . . . W 260 

„ Popular . . . . W 260 

„ Stories for the People 260 

„ Storyteller . . . . W 260 

Penrith Observer . . . . W 162 

„ Ruri-Decanal Mag. M 260 

Penrhyn Advertiser . . . . W 162 

Pension Record . . . . Q 260 

Pentecostal Power .. .. Q 260 

Penvro H-Y260 

People (London) .. .. W 81 

„ (Wexford) ., 2 W 216 

People's Friend . . . . W 260 

„ Journal (Aberdeen) W 191 

„ „ (Cupar) .. W 191 

(Dundee).. W 195 

„ (Edinburgh) W 196 

(Forfar) .. W 197 

„ „ (Glasgow) W 198 

„ (Inveniess) W 2(i0 

,, ( Manchester) W 152 

„ (Perth) .. W 203 

„ (Stirling) .. W 204 

„ Weekly Journal 

(Norwich) "W 159 

Performer W 260 

Perfumery Record . . . . M 260 
Perils of Premature Burial M 260 

Periodical 4-Y 260 

„ Accounts . . . Q 260 

Perl y Plant M 260 

Perry's Gazette . . . . W 260 

„ Legal Record . . W 260 

Perth Advertiser . . 2 W 203 

„ Courier W 203 

„ Constitutional 2 W 203 

Peterborough Advertiser . . W 162 
„ Diocesan Magazine M 260 
„ Citizen .. .. W 162 
„ Express .. .. W 162 
„ Standard .. . W 162 

Peterit* Q 260 

Petroleum Review .. .. 'W 91 

„ World .. .. M 26u 

Pharmaceutical Journal .. W 91 

Pharos S-Y 260 

Philatelic Exchange .. Q 260 

„ Journal .. M 260 

„ Magazine .. M 260 

„ Record .. .. M 260 
,. Societies' Record M 260 
Phillips's Register . . . . M 260 

Philonnth M 260 

Philosophical Magazine . . M 200 
„ Review Bi-M 261 

,, Transactions.. — 261 

Phoenix M 261 

Phonographic Monthly . . M 261 

„ Observer .. M 261 

Phono Record . . M 261 

Photo Bits "W" 261 

Photographic Dealer .. M 261 

„ Journal ..9 Y 261 

Photography and Focus . . W 261 

Phrenologist — 261 

Physical Education.. .. Q 261 

Physiological Abstracts . . M 261 

Piano Maker M 261 

Picture Fun W 261 

„ Palace News.. .. W 261 
,, Puzzle News.. .. W 261 
„ Storks Magazine .. M 261 
,, and Picturegoer .. W 281 

Pigeons W 261 

Pioneer (Burnley) .. .. M 261 
„ (London) .. .. M 261 
„ (Leicester) .. .. W 146 
(Merthyr) . .. W 154 
„ of Simplified Spelling M 261 
„ of Wisdom . . . . M 261 
„ (Woolwich) .. W 98 



PAGE 

Pitmanite M 261 

Pitman's Musical Library . . M 261 

„ Journal .. W 261 

„ Shorthand Weekly W 261 

Placard and Billposter . . Q 261 

Play Pictorial M 261 

Plays for Little People .. M 261 
"Plebs" Magazine .. .. M261 

Ploughshare M 261 

Plumber M 261 

Plumbing Trade Journal . . M 261 
Plymouth Co-op. Magazine . . M 261 
„ Stock and Share 

List . . . . Q 261 

Plymouthian 6-Y 261 

Pocket Lesson Book . . • • Q 261 
Pocklingtonian .. ..8-X261 

Poesy Magazine .. .. M 261 
Poetry and Drama • • Q 261 

Poetry Review .. B-M 261 

Police and Prison Officers' 

Journal W 261 

Police Chronicle .. .. W 261 
„ Gazette .. .. W 261 

„ Review W 91 

Policy W 201 

Policy Holder W 261 

Polish Review . , . . Q 261 

Political Quarterly .. ., Q 261 

„ Science Quarterly Q 261 

Pollokshaws News . . . . W 198 

Polo Monthly M 261 

Polyclinic M 261 

Polytechnic Magazine . . M 261 
Pontefract Advertiser . . W 163 
„ Express .. .. W 163 

Guide . . . . W 163 
Pontypool Weekly Argus . . W 163 
Pontypridd Observer . . W 163 

Poole Guardian . . . . W 163 

„ Herald W 163 

I'oor LawOfflcers' Journal.. W 261 
,, „ District Council 

Journal "W 261 
„ „ and Loc&l Govt. 

Magazine M 261 

„ Souls' Friend . . . . M 261 

Popular Mechanics . . . M 261 

„ Science Siftings ..W261 

Porcupine W 262 

Portcullis 262 

Port Glasgow Express 2 W 204 
Port of Manchester Sailing 

List M 2' 2 

Portadown Express . . . . W 215 

„ News .. .. W 215 

Porthcawl News . . . . W 164 

Porth Gazette W 164 

Portishead Gazette (Bristol) W 116 
Portland Telegram . . . . W 164 
Portmadoc Observer . . W 164 

Portmuthian .. B-M 262 

Portsmouth Directory . . M 2 .2 
,, Times .. .. W 164 

Positivist Review . . . . M 262 

Post p 262 

,, (Dundee) .. .. W 195 

„ (Glasgow) .. .. W 199 

Postage Stamp ,. .. M262 

Postal and Telegraph Record W 262 

Post Magazine . . . . W 262 

Postman's Gazette . . . . P 262 

Post Office Daily List . . D 262 

„ „ Weekly List . . W 262 

„ „ Guide .. .. Q 262 

„ „ (Liverpool) .. M 26i 

„ „ KIcctricalEng.Jnl. Q 262 

„ „ TemperaucePioneer M 262 

Potteries Advertiser.. .. W 262 

Pottery Gazette . . . . M 262 

Poultry W 91 

,, Journal .. .. M 262 
„ Keeping . . . . W 262 
,, World .. .. W 262 

Power Laundry . . . . W 262 
„ Specialist .. .. M 262 

„ User M 262 

Practical Confectioner . M 262 
,, Engineer . .. W 262 

Practitioner M 262 

Preacher's Magazine . . . . M 262 
Premier Magazine . . . . M 262 
Preparatory Schools Review8-Y 262 

Presbyterian "W 262 

„ Messoiger .. M 262 

Prescot Reporter . . . . W 164 

„ Weekly Times .. W 164 

Prcscrlber M 262 

„ Ti-uth W 262 

Prestatyn Weekly .. .. 'W 164 
Preston Guardian . . . . W 165 
,, Herald .. W 365 

,, Circular .. .. M 262 
Primary Education . . . . M 262 
Primitive Methodist Leader W 91 



PAGB 

Prim. Meth. Mission. Herald M 262 

„ „ Sunday S. Mag. M 262 

Primrose League Gazette . . M 262 

Printers' Engineer . . . . W 262 

„ Medical Aid Times Q 262 

„ Register . . . . M 262 

,, Sales and Wants 

Advertiser . . M 262 
Printing and Allied Trades M 262 
Prison Officers' Magazine ._ M 262 

Prize M 262 

Proceedings of the Anglo- 

Russ. Lit. Soc. 8-Y 262. 
„ of the Assoc, for 
Testing Mat- 
erials .. Bi-M 263 
„ of Cambridge 

Phil. Soc. ..8Y262 
,, of the Inst, of 

Cert. Grocers M 262 
,, of the Institute 

of Chemistry 4 Y 262 
,, of the Institute 

of Mech. Engs. M 263 
„ Institution Mu- 

nicipal Engin- 
eers .. .. M 262 
„ of the Prehistoric 

Soc. of E. Anglia — 263 
,, of the Royal 

Dublin Soc. . . — 263 
,, Royal Institution Q 263 
„ „ Society .. 263 

,, of the Royal 

Irish Academy M 263 
„ of the Royal 

Society of 
Medicine .. M 263 
,, of the London 

Math. Soc. .. M263 
,, Society Biblical 

Archasology Bi-M 263 
„ of the Wesley 

Historical Soc. Q 263 
,, Zoological Soc. Q 263 

Process Engr. Monthly . . M 263 
,, Work and Electro- 
typing .. .. M 263 

Proctologist Q 263 

Produce Markets Review . . "W 91 

Producer M 263 

Professional Green Keeper . . M 263 
, , Notes on S urveyor 's 

Inst Q 263 

Progress Q 263 

M 263 

Property Owner's Journal . . M 263 
Prophetic News .. .. M 263 
Prote Masterpieces . . . . M 263 

Prosperity M 263 

Protestant Alliance Magazine M 263 
„ Observer.. .. M 263 
,, Standard 

(Liverpool) W 148 

„ Witness .. .. M 263 

,, Woman . . . . M 263 

P.S.A. Journal .. .. M 263 

Public Health M 263 

„ Ledger Evening Report D 263 
,, Ledger.. . .. D 80 

„ Opinion .. .. W 91 

„ Works Q 263 

,, Works Magazine . . M 263 
Publishers' Circular . . . . W 91 
„ Weekly .. .. W 263 

Pudsey Advertiser (Stan- 

ingley .. .. W 175 

„ News W 165 

Pulman's News (Yeovil) .. W 188 
Pulpud Cymru . . . . M 263 

Punch W 91 

Purley Press W 263 

Putney News Letter.. .. jf" 98 

Pwllheli Chat W 263 

„ Observer .. .. "W 166 
Pyrenean M 263 



Q: 



uarry M 263 

,uarterly Bulletin . . . . Q 263 
Colonial Journal Q 263 
Jottings Hebrides Q 263 
Jrnl. Experiment- 
al Physiology Q 263 
Journal of Geo. 

Society Q 263 
Journal of Medi- 
cine • • Q 263 
Jrnl. of Met. Soc. Q 263 
„ Mic. Science Q 263 
Leaflet of Women's 
Liberal Assoc. Q 263 



COMPLETE BRITISH ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



43 



PAGE 

Quarterly Letter to Men 

on Public Works Q 263 

„ Letters to NavviPsQ ?64 

„ Mathematics .. Q 263 

„ Notes . . . . Q 264 

Record .. .. Q 264 

„ N. Bible 

Society of Scotl'dQ 264 

„ Review .. .. Q 264 

„ Statement .. Q 264 

Weather Reports Q 264 

Queen "W 91 

Queenborough Guardian . . W 165 

Queen's Nurses Magazine . . Q 264 

„ Own Gazette . . M 264 

„ Park Advertiser .. W 98 

Quest a 264 

Questions M 264 

Quiver M 264 



Racehorse "W 264 
acing Blue Book . . W 264 
„ Calendar .. .. W 264 
„ Expert .. .. W 264 
„ Gazette .. .. W 264 
„ Judge .. .. S-W 264 

„ News W 92 

„ Opinion .. S-W 264 

„ Outlook .. .. W 264 

„ „ Week-end Special W 264 

„ Pigeon .. ., W 264 

„ Specialist .. .. W 264 

„ World .. .. W 92 

Radcliffe Guardian .. .. W 165 

„ Times .. .. W 165 

Radnor Express (Llandrindod 

Wells) . . . . W 148 
„ Standard (Landrin- 

dod Wells) . . W 148 
Railway and Shipping Con- 
tractor . . . . W 92 
„ and Locomotive 

Engineering .. M 264 
„ and Travel Monthly M 264 
„ Clerk . . . . M 264 

„ Engineer .. .. M 264 
Gazette .. .. W 92 
„ Magazine .. .. M 264 
„ News .. .. W 92 

„ Review .. .. W 92 
,, Shipping Journal.. M 264 
Signal .. .. M 264 
,, Supplies Journal . . M 264 
„ Time Tables (Win- 
chester) .. M 264 

Rainbow W 261 

Rajput Herald .. .. M 264 

Ramsbottom Observer . . W 165 
Ramsey Courier .. 2W217 

Randle's Rly. Guide (Hastings) M 264 

Ranger Q 'Z64 

Rational Journal . . . . Q 264 

Raven 8 Y 264 

Rawmarsh Advertiser .. "W 154 

Rawtenstall Times . . . . W 165 

R. C. M. Magazine .. 3 Y 264 

Reading Mercury . . . . W 166 

„ Observer .. 3 W 166 

„ Standard . . 2 W 166 

„ Time Table . . M 204 

Ready M 264 

Rechabite M 264 

Record W 92 

„ (Hampstead) .. M 234 

„ of Christian Work . . M 264 

„ of Mission Work ... M 261 

Recorder for Palmers Green M 264 

Red Cross M 264 

„ Cross News . . . . M 264 
„ Cross Gazette . . . . M 264 

Redcar News W 166 

Redditch Indicator . . . . W 166 

Red Guide M 264 

„ Lamp — 264 

„ Letter W 264 

„ Magazine F 264 

„ RaUway Guide(Sheffleld) M 265 

„ Tape M 265 

Redland Park Recorder . . M 264 

Referee W 81 

Reformed Pi-esbyterian 

Witness M 265 

Regiment "Vy 265 

Regions Beyond . . B-M 205 

Registrar-General's Returns W 265 

„ ,. » O 265 

Reid's Blyth Diary .. .. M 26.5 

„ Darlington Diary . . M 265 



PAGE 

Reid's Durham Diary . . M 265 

,, Hartlepools Diary .. M 265 
„ London Entertain- 
ment Guide . . M 265 
„ Newcastle Diary . . M 266 
,, Railway Guide (New- 
castle) .. .. M 265 
„ Shields Diary . . . . M 265 
„ Sunderland Diary . . M 265 
Report of Fashion . . H- Y 265 
,, of Inc. Society of 

Musicians .. •• Q 265 
„ of London Fashions H-Y 9*5 
Reporter (Pendleton) .. W 162 

,, for E. Perthshire 

(Blairgowrie) .. W 192 

Reporters' Journal . . . . M 265 

,, Magazine .. M 265 

Representation .. •• Q 265 

Reptonian M 265 

Rest and Reaping . . . . M 265 

Retailer Q 265 

Retford Herald . . . . "W 166 

„ News.. .. 2 W 133 

„ Times .. .. W 166 

Renter's Journal .. .. D 265 

Review "W 92 

„ of Applied Etomology M 265 
„ of Bacteriology Bi-M 265 
„ of Neurology, &c. . . M 265 
„ of Reviews . . . . M 265 
„ of Theology and 

Philosophy .. M 265 

Reynolds's Newspaper .. W 81 
Rhondda County School 

Magazine.. .. Q 265 
„ Each Gazette (Pont- 
ypridd) .. .. "W 163 
„ Leader(Tonypandy) "W 179 
Rhos Herald (Ruabon) . . W 168 
Rhyl Guardian . . . . "W 166 

„ Journal W 166 

„ Record W 166 

„ Weekly News .. ..^"166 

Rhymney Argus . . . , W 166 

Richmond Herald (Surrey) W 98 

„ Times (Surrey) W 98 

„ Division Gazette 

(Northallerton) W 158 
„ and Twickenham 

Journal .. M 265 

Rifleman M 205 

Rifleshot M 2o5 

Ringing World .. .. W 265 

Ringwood Chronicle . . W 167 

Ripley Advertiser . . . . W 137 

,, News W 167 

Ripon Advertiser M 265 

„ Diocesan Gazette .. M 265 
„ Chronicle . . . . W 167 
„ Gazette.. .. 2 W 167 
„ Observer .. .. W 167 
Rish ton Observer .. . . W 167 
R. M. A. Magazine .. .. Q 265 

Road M 265 

Rochdale Observer . . 2 W 1*>7 

„ Times .. 2 W 167 

Rochester Diocesan Chronicle M 265 

„ Journal .. .. W 167 

„ Naturalist .. .. Q 265 

Roll Call M 265 

Romford Recorder . . . . W 167 

,, Times .. . . W 167 

Romsey Advertiser . . . . W 167 

Rosary M 265 

Roscommon Herald (Boyle) W 2(i9 

„ Journal . . W 215 

„ Messenger .. W 215 

Rossendale Echo (Bacup) . . W 104 

„ Express (Bacup) W 104 

Free Press 

(Rawtenstall) W 165 

Ross Gazette W 167 

Ross-shire Journal (Dingwall) W 194 
Ross's Parliamentary Record W 265 

RosjthMail W 195 

Rotherham Advertiser . . W 167 
„ Express .. .. "W 168 

Rothesay AcademyMagazineH-Y"^65 
„ Express .. .. W 204 
Rothwell Courier . . . . W 168 
Rouge-et-Noir .. Bi-M 265 

Round Table Q 265 

„ World M 265 

Royal Artillery Journal . . M 265 
„ Auto Club Journal . . W 265 
„ Cornwall Gazette 

(Truro) W 180 
,, Engineers' Journal .. M 265 
„ Magazine .. .. M 265 

,, Technical College Mag. M 266 

Rubber World W 92 

„ Companies Position M 265 

Ruff's Guide . . . . H-Y 266 

Rugby Advertiser . . 2 W 168 

„ Observer .. .. W 168 

Rugeley Mercury . . . . W 168 



PAGE 

Rulslip-Northwood Courier 

(Uxbridge) "W 181 

Runcorn Examiner .. .. W 168 
„ Guardian .. 2 W 168 
„ News .. .. W 168 

Rural World M 266 

Ruri-Decanal Magazine . . M 266 
Rushden Argus . . . . W 168 

„ Echo .. .. W 168 

RuskiD Collegian . . . . Q 266 
Russell's A. B.C. Rly. Guide 

(Bournemouth).. M 266 
„ A. B.C. Rly. Guide 

(Southampton).. M 266 
„ A.BC. Rly. aid 

Steamship Guide M 266 
„ Southern Counties 
Rly. Time Table 
Russian Co-operator . . 

„ Review 
Rutherglen Reformer 



M 266 
M 266 
266 

204 



^ 



Sabbath Observer .. .. Q 266 
abbath School Teachers' 

Monthly .. .. M 266 
Saddlery and Harness . . W 266 
Saddleworth Standard . . W 155 

St. Andrew M 266 

„ „ Citizen .. .. W 204 
,, Anne's Express .. .. W 169 

„ Anthony's Annals .. M 266 

,, Bart's Hosp. Journal . . M 266 
„ Btes School Magazine 3 Y 266 
„ David's College Magazine 8 Y 266 
„ Edward's School Chron- 
icle .. .. 8Y266 
„ Ethelburga's Leaflet .. M 266 
„ George's Gazette.. .. M 266 
„ „ Hospital Gazette M 266 
„ „ Junior Monthly M 266 
„ „ Magazine . . M 266 
„ Helens Catholic Herald.. W 169 
„ „ Examiner .. W 169 
,, „ Newspaper 2 W 169 
„ „ Reporter.. 2 W 169 
„ Ives Times . . . . W 169 
„ „ Weekly Summary W 169 
„ Joseph's Foreign Mission- 
ary Advocate .. . Q 266 
„ Martin's-le-Grand . . Q 266 
„ Mary Cray Express .. W 108 
„ „ „ Times .. W 169 
„ Mary's HospiUl Gazette M 266 
,, Neots Advertiser .. W 169 
,, Nicholas Magazine .. M 266 
,, Pancras Chronicle .. W 98 
„ Gazette .. .. W 98 
„ „ Guardian .. W 98 
„ Peter's Net . . . . M 266 
„ Ronan's Standard (Inner- 

leithan) . . . . W 200 

,, Thomas's Hospital 

Gazette 9 Y 266 

Salcombe Gazette . . . . W 169 

Times . . . . W 169 

Sale and Stretford Guardian 2 W 169 

Sales Promotion . . . . — 266 

Salisbury Diocesan Gazette.. M 266 

„ Journal .. .. W 169 

,, Official Directory M 260 

Times .. .. W 169 

Salmon and Trout Mag. .. M 266 

Salopian (Shrewsbury) . . F 266 

Salop Railway Guide .. M 266 

Sal tash Gazette .. ..W170 

SaUburn Times . . . . W 170 

Saltley College Chronicle . . M 266 

Saniaritin Magazine .. M 266 

Sandbach Advertiser . . W 170 

„ Chronicle W 170 

„ Guardian . . 2 W 170 
Sandringham Series of Penny 

Stories 266 

Sandwich Advertiser . . W 1"0 

Sanitary Journal . . . . M 266 

Santa Lucia M 266 

Sapper M 266 

Sartorial Gazette .. .. M 266 

Satchel F 266 

Satire M 266 

Saturday Advertiser(Selkirk) W 266 
„ Herald (Dublin) . . W 211 
Post (Dundee) .. W 195 
„ Record (Eimis) ..W212 
„ Review .. .. W 92 
„ Telegraph(Grim8bv)W 135 

Sivilian 8 Y 266 

Scandinavian M 266 

Scarborough Daily Post .. D 170 

Evening News D 170 

„ Gazette.. .. W 170 

,, Mercury .. W 170 

Weekly Post . . W 170 

Scattered Nation .. .. Q 266 

Seed . . . . M 266 

Schemes. ,, ,, .. M 266 



PAOR 

Scbild's Fancy Costumes . . — 266 
School Arts Magazine ... M 266 

„ Child M 266 

„ Government ChronicleW 92 
,, Guardian .. .. M 267 
„ Hygiene ,. .. Q 267 

„ Magazine . . . . M 267 
„ Music Review . . M 267 

„ Nature Study . . Q 267 

„ Newspaper .. .. M 267 

„ World M 267 

Schoolmaster W 92 

Schoolmistress .. .. W 92 

Science Abstracts . . . . M 267 

„ of Mining .. .. P 267 

„ Progress .. .. Q 267 

Scientific Roll .. .. M 267 

Scotch Girls' Friendly Paper M 267 

Scote Law Times (Edinburgh) W 196 

„ Pictorial .. .. W 199 

Scotsman (Edinburgh) . . D 196 

Scottish Appeal Reports .. M 267 

„ Baptist Magazine . . M 267 

„ Bankers' Magazine Q 267 

„ Business Journal .. M 267 

„ Chronicle .. .. "W 267 

„ Class Teacher B-M 267 

„ Co-operator .. W 267 

„ Congregationalist . . M 267 

,, Country Life .. M 267 

Critic M 267 

Cyclist .. W 267 

„ Farmer (Glasgow).. W 199 
,, Farming News 

(Perth) W 203 
„ Farm Servant .. M 267 

Field M 267 

„ Gazette .. W 267 

„ Geographical Mag. . M 267 
,, Good Templar .. M 267 
„ Historical Review.. Q 267 
,, Land Court Reports M 267 
„ Law Courts Record 'W 267 
„ „ Reports .. W 267 

„ „ Review . . M 267 

„ Liberal Woman's 

Magazine ... M 267 

„ Mothers' Mag. .. M 267 
,, Mountaineering Club 

Journal .. ..8Y267 
„ Nation .. B-M 267 

„ National Sabbath 

School Magazine M 267 
,, Naturalist .. M 267 

„ ProhiUtionist .. "W 267 
Register .. .. M 267 
„ Reformer .. .. M *67 
„ Review .. .. Q 267 
„ Shoe Irader .. M 267 

,, Smallholder .. M 267 

„ Standard Bearer . . M 267 
Trader .. .. W 267 

„ Typo. Journal .. M 267 
„ Woman's Temper- 
ance News .. M 267 

Swut W 267 

Screen W 267 

Scribner's Magazine .. M 267 

Sci ijit Shorthand Journal . . M 267 
Scripture Lessons . . . . €1 267 
Truth .. .. M 267 

Scunthorpe News .. .. W 170 
„ Star .. .. W 170 

Seaford Chronicle .. .. W 170 
Seaham Weekly News . . W 170 

Searchlight M 267 

Searle's Camberwell 

Advertiser M 267 

Secondary Education B-M 267 

„ School Journal 8 Y 267 

Secretary M 263 

Sedberghian .. .. B-M 268 
Seedtime and Harvest . . Q 268 

Seeker Q 268 

Seeking and Saving .. .. M 208 
Selborne Magazine .. .. M 268 

Selby Express W 170 

„ Times W 1"0 

Selkirk Advtr . . W 204 

Selling and Advertising . . M 268 

Sentry M 268 

Seren.Cymru (Carmarthen) W 120 

„ Gomer .. .. B-M 268 

„ Yr Ysgol Sul .. .. M 268 

Sei-vice for the King . . . . M 268 

Settmaker's Journal.. .. M 268 

Sevenoaks Chronicle .. W 171 

„ Telegraph .. W 171 

Seventh Evangel . . . , Q 268 

Seventy-Ninth News.. .. Q 268 

Sewanee Review .. .. Q 268 

Sexey's School Magazine . . Q 268 

Sexton Blake Library .. M 268 

Shaftesbury Mag. . . 8 Y 268 

Shamrock W 268 

Shanklin Gazette . . . . W 208 
Shareholders Review . . M 268 



44 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



PAGE 

Sheemess Guardian . . . . W 1"1 
„ Times .. W 1"1 

Sheffield A.B.C. Guide .. M 268 
„ Catholic Herald .. W 171 
„ ],>aily Telegraph . . D 171 
„ Diocesan Gazette.. M 268 
„ Guardian . . . . W 268 
„ Independent .. D 171 
„ Stock List .. .. D 268 
„ Weekly Indepen- 
dent .. "W 171 
Weekly News .. W 171 
Shepherd'."* Magazine . . M 268 
Shepton Mallet Journal . . W 171 
„ „ Ulus. Magaz. M 268 
Shetland Mews (Lerwick) .. W 202 
Times (Lerwick) . . W 202 

Shield Q 268 

Shields Daily Gazette . . D 172 
„ News . . . . D 172 

Shipbuilder M 268 

Shipbuilding and Shipping 

Record W 268 

Shipley Times W 172 

Shipping List W 92 

„ World .. .. W 92 

ShipoATner « v 9r^ 

Shirbumian .. ■• OX -20b 

Shoe and Leather News . . WT 92 
„ Record .. W 92 

Shoe Manufacturers' 

Monthly ,^ ^S 

Shoe Trades Journal . . . . W 92 

Shooting Times .. •• 5^ 268 

Shop Assistant . . . . W 268 

Shoreditch Observer . W 98 

Shorthand l'.udget . . . . M 268 

Examinations . . — 268 

„ Teacher's Magazine Q 268 

Showers of Blessing... B-M 268 

Shrewsbury Ad \ertiser .. W 172 

Chronicle .. "W 172 

" Outlook .. .. "W 172 

Sidcup Times W 172 

Sidmouth Herald . . W 172 

„ Observer .. .. W 1/2 

Sierra Leone Messenger . . Q 268 

Sign M 268 

Silver Arrow ij ?^ 

„ Crescent .. .. M 268 

" Wolf M 268 

Simple Testimony . . . . M 268 

Sixpenny Magazine .. .. Q 268 

Skegness Herald .. •• SC H! 

,, News .. .. TV 172 

Sketch W 93 

Skyrack Courier (Leeds) . . W 144 

Slaint« M 268 

Slate Trade Gazette . . . . M 268 

Sleaford Gazette .. . . "W 173 

,, Journal .. .. "W 173 

Sligo Champion . ..■W215 

.. Independent .. .. "W 215 

;| Times "W 215 

Slough Chronicle .. .. W 173 
„ Observer .. .. "W 173 

Small Holder "W 268 

Smallholder's Gazette .. W 268 
Small Trader & Shopkeeper M 268 
Smart fiction .. .. W 268 

„ Novels W 268 

Set M 268 

„ Society .. ... M 268 

Smethwick News . . "W 173 

„ Telephone .. "W 173 

Snapper M 268 

Snowdrop Q 268 

Social Gazette 7/268 

„ Strvice Magazine . . M 269 

Socialist M 268 

,, Record .. .. Q 268 

Review .. ..0 209 

Standard .. .. M 269 

Sociological Review . . . . Q 269 

Soham Advertiser . . . . "W 173 

„ Gazette .. .. W 173 

Solicitors* Gazette .. .. M 269 

„ Journal .. .. W 93 

Somerset County Express 

(Taunton) W 177 
Somerset County Gazette 

(Taunton) W 177 
„ Herald 

(Taunton) "W 177 

„ Guardian (Radstock)"W 165 

,, Journal (Krome) W 133 

„ Standard (Krome) W 133 

Something To Do . . . . M 269 

Son of Temperance . . M 269 

Sotheran's l*rice Current . . M 269 

Sound Wave M 269 

South Africa . . W C3 

South African Engineering.. M 269 
,, ,, Domestic 

Monthly .. M 269 
,, „ Photographer M 269 

,, .1 Pioneer .. M 269 

„ , , Railway 

Magazine.. M 269 



PAOK 

South America . . . . M 269 
„ American Journal .. W 93 
,, ,, Missionary 

Magazine M 269 
„ and Mid-Glamorgan 

Chronicle (Bridgend) W 113 
„ Bank Express(Redcar)"W 166 
„ Brent Guardian .. W 174 
„ Bristol Free Press . . "W 116 
,, Bucks Free Press 

(Wycombe) W 188 
,, Devon Express 

(Chudlegh) "W 122 
,, „ Gazette 

(Kingsbridge) W 143 
„ Eastern Advertiser 

(Hastings) W 137 
,, ,, Gazette 

(Maidstone) 2 W 151 
„ „ Herald 

(Greenwich) "W 98 
,, „ Time Tables M 269 

„ Einisall Times .. W 174 

,, Gloucester Chronicle 

(Thornbury) .. W 179 
„ Gloucestershire 

Gazette (Uristol) .. W 116 
„ Hackney Lib. Monthly M 269 
,, Liverpool Observer . . M 269 
„ London Church Fund 

News .. Q 269 
„ ,, Harriers Gaz. — 269 

„ „ Observer 2 W 98 

„ „ Press . . . . W 98 

„ Molton Gazette .. "W 174 
,, Notts Echo 

(Nottingham) W 159 
„ Gazette . . W 2. 9 

„ Wales Colliery officials' 

Magazine B-M 269 
,, „ Daily Argus 

(Newport) D 157 
„ „ Daily News 

(Cardiflf) D 119 
„ „ Daily Post 

(Swansea) D 177 
„ „ Echo (Cardiff ) D 119 
„ „ Gazette 

(Abertillery) W 101 
,, „ Investment Cir- 
cular .. M 269 
„ „ Press (Llanelly) W 148 
,, „ Weekly Argus 

(Newport) "W 157 
„ „ Weekly Post 

(Swansea) W 177 
„ West Suffolk Echo 

(HaverhiU) W 137 

„ Western Gazette . . M 269 

Star .. .. W 98 

Southall Norwood Gazette.. "W 173 



Southampton Pictorial 


.. W 173 


„ Times.. 


.. W 173 


Southend Graphic . . 


.. W 174 


„ Observer . . 


.. W 174 


„ Standard .. 


.. W 174 


„ Telegraph.. 


.. "W 174 


Southern Echo (Southamp- 


ton) 


.. D 173 


„ Co-operativeEducation 


Assoc. Record 


.. M 269 


,, Cros.s Log . . 


.. M 269 


„ Guardian (B'mouth)W 112 


„ Press (Glasgow; 


.. W 199 


„ Reporter (Selkirk) "W 204 


„ Rhodesia .. 


. . Q 269 


„ Times(\Veymouth) "W 184 


„ Weekly News 




(Brighton) W 115 


iouthport Guardian . . 


2 W 174 


„ Journal 


.. W 174 


Visitor . . 


8 W 174 


,. Welcome .. 
Southwark Recorder 


.. M 269 


.. W 98 


„ 1 >ioce8an 





Chronicle M 269 
„ ), and S. London 

CJliurch Fund News Q 269 

„ Libraries ChronlcleQ 269 

Southwell Diocesan Magazine M 269 



Sowerby Bridge Times 


W 174 


Spalding Guardian .. 


W 174 


Spare Moments 


"W 269 


Sparks 


M 269 


Spectator 


W 93 


Sphere 


W 93 


Spiritual Life 


M 269 


„ Power 


M 269 


Sport and Play 


"W 269 


„ (Dublin) 


W 211 


Sporting Chronicle 




(Manchester) 


D 152 


■ 1 >. Handicap 




Book .. 


W 269 


„ Chronicle Racing Up 


to Date . 


W 269 


„ Goods Review 


M 269 


Life 


D 80 



PAGE 

Sporting Life Racing Guide W 269 

„ Buff (Birmingham) W 109 

„ Mail (Portsmoutn) D 164 

,, Man (Newcastle) . . D 156 

,, News (Swansea) .. "W 177 

„ Pink (Leeds) .. D 144 

„ Times .. . . W 93 

,, World . . 2 W 93 

Sports Argus (Birmingham) W 109 

„ Echo (Leeds) . . ..W144 

„ Express (Hull) .. W 141 

„ Gazette (Middlesbro) W 154 

„ Mail (Hull) .. .. W 141 

„ Special (Sheffield) . . "W 171 

„ Times (Bristol) .. W 116 

„ Trader M 269 

„ Trades Journal .. M 269 

Sportsman D 80 

Sportsman's Gazette.. .. P 269 
,, Monthly Guide M 269 

„ Tourist Guide H-Y 269 

„ Weekly Guide.. "W 299 

Springtime M 269 

Springing Well .. .. M269 

Spur M 269 

Squire's Special "W 269 

Staffordshire Advertiser 

(Stafford) W 174 
„ News (Catholic) .. W 174 
„ Chronicle (Stafford) W 174 
,, Sentinel (Stoke-on- 
Trent) .. D 175 
„ Weekly Sentinel . . W 175 

Stage W 93 

,, Souvenir .. .. — 269 

Stalybridge Herald . . . . "W 175 

,, Reporter .. 'W 175 

„ Standard .. W 175 

Stamford Hill Pulpit . . M 269 

„ News .. .. W 175 

Stamp Collecting . . . . W 269 

„ Collector .. .. M 269 

„ CoUectors'Fortnightly F 269 

„ ,, Quarterly Q 269 

,, Lover M 269 

Standard Penny A.B.C 

Time Table M 269 

Stanley News "W 175 

Stapledon Magazine.. .. M 270 

Star D 80 

,, (Guern.=ey) .. .. D 217 

,, in the East .. .. M 270 

State Correspondent .. M 270 

Stationer M 270 

Stationery Trades' Journal M 270 
„ World .. .. M 270 

Statist "W 93 

Statistical Journal . . B-M 270 
Status Gazette . . . . W 270 

Steamship M 270 

Stella Maris M 270 

Stethoscope M 270 

Stevenston News . . . . "W 204 
Stewartry Observer 

(Dalbeattie) "W 194 
Stewarts College Magazine 3 Y 270 

Stitchery Q 270 

Stirling Journal .. .. W 204 

,, Observer .. . . W 206 

,, Saturday Observer "W 205 

„ Sentinel .. .. W 205 

Stock and Share Holder . . "W 270 

„ Exchange .. .. W 93 

„ ,, Daily List.. D 270 

„ ,, Gazette . . "W 93 

„ „ Review . . W 270 

,, ,, Snpp. List D 270 

i> ., Intelligence W 270 

Stockbroker .. .. "W" 270 

Stockport Advertiser . . W 175 

,, District Express M 270 

„ Express .. .. W 175 

Stockton Herald . . . . W 175 

Stone Trades' Journal . . M 270 

Stonehaven Journal . . . . W 205 

Stonyhurst Magazine B-M 270 

Stortfordian . . . . 8 "X" 270 

Story-Teller M 270 

Stowmarket Courier.. .. W 176 

„ Weekly Post.. W 176 

Strabane Chronicle . . . . "W" 215 

„ Weekly News . . W 215 

Strad M 270 

Straight Talk Q 270 

Strand Magazine .. .. M 270 

Stratford Express . . 2 "W 98 

„ on-Avon Herald . . "W 176 

Strathearn Herald (Crieff) . . "W 194 

Strathspey Herald(Grantown)'W' 199 

„ News .. .. W 199 

Streatham News .. W 98 

Stretford Division Advertiser W 169 

„ Telegraph .. .. W 169 

Strict Baptist Mission Herald M 270 

Strokestown Democrat .. W 21ft 

Stroud Journal .. W 176 

Stroud News 'W 176 

Stubbs's Gazette . . . . "W 270 





lAOK 


Student (Edinburgh) 


. . W 270 


„ of Scripture 


. . M 270 


„ Movement . . 


. . M 27C 


(Oxford) 


. . M 270 


Student's Magazine .. 


.. P 270 


Studies 


.. Q, 270 


Studio 


. . M 270 


Styles of London 


.. M 270 


Sub-Postmaster 


. . M 270 


Sudbury Post . . 


.. "W 176 



Suffolk Chronicle (Ipswich) . W 142 

„ Free Press (Sudbury) W 176 

,, Sea Coast Times .. W 149 

Sugar Users' Journal . . Q 270 

Sunbeam M 270 

„ for the Home . . M 270 

Sunday W 270 

,, at Home :. .. M 270 
„ Chronicle 

(Manchester) W 152 

„ Circle W 270 

„ Closing Notes . . Q 270 
,, Companion .. .. W 270 
„ Evening Telegram . . W 81 
„ Freeman (Dublin) .. W 211 
. „ Guardian .. Q 270 

,, Independent (Dublin)^ 211 
„ Pictorial .. . . W 81 
„ Reading for the YoungW270 
„ School Chronicle .. W 93 
„ ,, Monthly .. M 270 

„ „ Times .. W 270 

„ Stories . . . . W 270 

,, Times .. . . W 81 

Sunderland Daily Echo .. 1)176 

Sunrise M 270 

Sunshine M 270 

Super-Man .. .. B-M 270 
Supplementary Military 

Journal .. .. 270 

Surbiton Times (Kingston) W 143 
Surgery and Obstetrics . . M 270 
Surrey Advertiser 

(Guildford) 8 W 135 
,, and Hants News 

(Farnham) .. W 132 

„ Comet (Kingston) 2 W 143 
,, County Herald (Sut- 
ton) .. .. 176 
,, Herald (Chertsey) .. W 121 
„ Mirror (Kedhill) 2 W 166 
„ Times (Guildfoid) 2 W 135 
„ Weekly Press (Guild- 
ford) W 135 
Surveying and HousingWorld M 271 

Surveyor W 93 

Sussex County Herald 

(Lewes) W 146 
,, Courier (Crawley) . . W 125 
,, Daily News 

(Brighton) D 115 
„ Evening Times 

(Brighton) D 115 

,, Express (Lewes) . . W 146 

SuttonAdvertist-r .. .. W 176 

„ Coldfleld News (B'ham)'W 109 

„ Herald "W 176 

„ Valence School Mag. 8-Y 271 
Swain's Quarterly . . . . Q 271 
Swanage Guardian . . . . W 176 
Swanley Times . . . . "W 176 

SwanscombeChron.(N'thfl't) W 158 
Swansea Shipping Register D 177 
Swedish Chamber of Com- 
merce Journal .. .. M 271 
Swimming Magazine . . M 271 

Swindon Advertiser . . . . "W 177 
Swluton Journal .. .. W 177 
„ Telegraph .. .. W 177 
Sydenham Borough News . . "W" 98 
., Gazette .. .. W 98 

Review .. .. W 98 

Symbol M 271 

Synions Magazine . . . . M 271 
Syren and Shipping . . . . W 93 
System M 271 



Table 
ablet 
Tadcaster News 
Tailor and Cutter 
Talk of the Town . . 
Tales for Little People 
Talking Machine News 
,, „ and Side 
Lines 
Tamworth Herald . . 
„ Mercui-y . . 

Tatler 

Taunton Courier 
„ Echo 
Mail 
Tavistock Gazette . . 
Tayloriau 
T.C.D. (Dublin) 
Teacher's Aid . . 



. . W 271 

,. "W 93 

. . W 177 

. W 271 

. W 271 

, . M 271 

.. M 271 

. . M 271 
. W 177 
. W 177 
,. "W 93 
.. W 178 
. W 178 
. . W 178 
,. W 178 
B-M 271 
. "W 271 
. . W 271 



COMPLETE BRITISH ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



45 



PAGK 

Teacher's Guild Quarterly .. Q 271 

„ of the Deaf B-M 271 

Times .. .. "W 271 

Work .. M 271 

World .. .. W 271 

Teachers of To-day .. .. M 271 

Technical Journal .. .. M271 

Tees Daily Shipping List . . D 271 

Teeside Catholic News 

(Middlesbrough) W 151 
„ Weekly Herald 

(M'boro) .. W 154 
Teesdale Mercury (Barnard 

Castle) W 105 

Tee Square and Tape . . Q 271 

Teignmouth Gazette . . .. "W 178 

,, Post . . W 178 

Times .. .. W 178 

Western Guard. W 178 

Telegraph Journal . . . . M 271 

Temperance Bells .. .. M 271 

,, Caterer.. .. M 271 

, „ Tieader(Glasgow)"W 271 

,, Messenger .. Q 271 

„ Monthly Visitor M 271 

„ Witness .. M 271 

Tenbury Wells Advertiser . . W 178 

,, ,, Mail (Leo- 

minster)2W 146 

I~ Tenby News W 178 
„ Observer .. .. W 178 
Territorial Service Gazette W f>3 
Tewkesbury Record . . . . "W 178 
„ Register .. W 178 
Textile Institute Journal H-Y 271 
Manufacturer 

(Manchester) M 271 
Mercury 

(Manchester) W 152 
Recorder .. .. M 271 
Thame Gazette .. .. W 178 

Thames Valley Times 

(Richmond) W 98 
Thanet Advertiser 

(Ramsgate) W 165 
Guardian (ilargate) W 153 
Times (Margate) .. W 153 
Theosophist M 271 

tlheosophy in Scotland . . M 271 
Therapeutic Gazette.. .. M 271 

Therapist M 271 

rhetford Times . . . . W 178 
rhirsk Guardian . . . . "W 178 

„ Kews W 178 

ThlsUo M 271 

Thomson's Weekly News 

(Dundee) W 195 

(Manchester) W 152 
rhombury Gazette .. .. W 179 
riiorutou's Review . . . . M 271 
thoughts from the Word . . M 271 
rhrapston Journal . . . . W 179 
Three Shires Advertiser 

(Gilliugham) W 133 

Thrift Q 271 

I'hrough the Bible . . . . M 271 

_ Tidings of Life and Peace . . M 271 

iriger and Rose .. .. M 271 

Timber W 93 

, News W 271 

, Trades Journal . . W 98 
rinie and Talents News . . Q 271 

limes D 80 

Commercial Cases B-M 271 
Educational Supjjle- 

menD M 271 
Engineering Supple- 
ment M 272 
Law Reports . . "W 272 

Literary Supplement W 93 
Prospectuses .. H-Y 272 

Quarterly Index . . Q 272 
Results of Companies 

H-Y 272 
, Imp. & Foreign Trade 

Supplement . . M 272 

Weekly Edition . . W 93 

ripperary Star (Thurles) . . "W 215 

Cipton Herald . . W 179 

Tit-Bits W 272 

llverton Gazette . . 2 W 179 

Journal .. .. W272 

Tobacco M 272 

(tobacco Colonial Quarterly Q 272 
„ Trade Review .. M 272 

Co-day .. M 272 

Codmorden Advertiser . . W 179 
_ News .. ,. W 179 



PAOE 

Toilers of the Deep . . . . M 272 

ToUingtonian 3 Y 272 

Tollbridge Free Press . . "W 170 

Gazette .. .. W 179 

Tonbridgian . . . . B-M 272 

Tooting Gazette .. .. W 98 

Torbay News W 179 

'Torchbearers Q 272 

Torquay Directory . . . . W 179 

„ Times .. .. W 179 

Torrington Chronicle . . W 179 

Totnes Times W 179 

Tottenham Herald . . . . W 98 
„ Wednes. Herald W 98 

Town Crier M 272 

„ Planning Review .. Q 272 

„ Topics (London) .. W 94 

Towusend's Railway Guide M 272 

Towyn-on-Sea Times . . "W ISO 

Toynbee Record . . . . M 272 

Toy Trader M 272 

„ World M 272 

T.P.S. Book Notes . . . . Q 272 

T.P.'s Journal M 272 

Trade and Finance . . . . 'W 272 
,, and Navigation .. M 272 
„ Marks Journal .. W 272 
„ Openings .. .. r 272 
,, Opportunities.. .. M 272 
„ Unionist .. .. M 272 

Trader . . -w 272 

Traite des Blanches . . . . Q 272 
Tramway World .. .. M 272 
Transactions Actuarial Soc. 

of Glasgow . . M 272 
„ of the Cam. 

Philos. Society — 272 
„ Actuaries (Scot.) Q 272 

,, of the Entomo- 

logical Society Q 272 
„ of the Faraday 

Society H-Y 272 
„ Institute of Mining 

Engineers .. M 272 
,, of the Japan 

Society H-Y 272 
,, Royal Academy 

of Medicine in 
Ireland .. — 272 
,, Royal Society 

of Edinburgh — 272 
,, Royal Society 

of Literature Q 272 
,, Royal Scot. 

Arboriculture 
Soc. . . H-Y 272 
,, Royal Dublin 

Society — 272 
„ St.PauTsEccle- 

siological 
Society .. — 272 
,, Soc. of Trop. Med. 

and Hygiene M 272 
,, of the Sui-veyors' 

Inst P 272 

„ Zoological So- 

ciety.. .. — 272 
Traveller De Luxe . . . . M 273 

Treasury M 273 

Tredegar Weekly Argus . . "W 180 
Tribune Congolaise . . . . F 94 
Tribune Pictorial . . . . M 273 
„ Time Taljle . . . . M 273 
Troon Herald . . . . W 205 

„ Times "W 205 

Tropical Life M 273 

„ Diseases Bulletin . . Q 273 

„ Veterinary Bulletin Q 273 

Trotting World . . . . W 273 

Troubadour M 273 

Truro Diocesan Magazine . . M 273 
Trusting and Toiling . . M 273 

Trust Review Q 273 

Truth.. "W 94 

„ Seeker . . . . M 272 

Tryaorfa'r Plant .. .. M 273 

Tuam Herald W 216 

„ People W 216 

Tunbridge Wells Advertiser W 180 
„ „ Gazette .. "W 180 

Turf "W 273 

,, Guardian .. .. W 273 

„ Record Q 273 

Twentieth Century Russia.. Q 273 

Twickenham Herald . . W 98 

„ Gazette . . Q 273 

Two Worlds W 273 

Tyldesley Chronicle . . . . W 180 
„ Weekly Journal.. W 180 
Tyneside Catholic News . . "W 156 
Typewriter Topics . . . . M 273 
Typographical Circular . . M 273 
Tyrone ConstitutioncOniagh) "W 215 
„ Courier(Dungaunon) W 212 
Ty wysydd y Plant , . . . M 273 



PAOB 

Uckflcld Weekly .. .. W 181 
ddingston Standard . . W 205 
Udgoni (Pwllheli) .. W1C5 

tflster Echo (Belfast) . . D 208 
„ Gazette (Armagh).. "W 207 
„ Guardian (Belfast) .. W 208 
„ Herald (Omagh) .."^215 

Ulula 8 Y 273 

Ulverston Guardian . . . . W 181 
„ News .. W 181 

Umpire (Manchester) .. W 152 
Uncle Ben's Budget . . . . M 273 
Under the Dome . . . . Q 273 
Undertaker's Journal . . M 273 

Union Jack W 273 

Unit Q 273 

Unitarian Monthly . . . . M 273 
United Kingdom Gazette . . 'W 273 
„ Empire .. .. M 273 

„ Methodist .. .. W 94 
„ ,, Magazine . . M 273 

„ Service Gazette . . W 94 
„ ,, Magazine .. M 273 

United Temperance Gazette Q 273 

Unity Journal Q 273 

Universal Brotherhood . . M 273 
„ Hotel Gazette . . W 273 
„ Medical Record.. M 273 

„ Quarterly . . . . Q 273 
„ Stock Market ^ 

Report .. .. — 273 

Universe W 94 

University College Hospital 

Magazine.. 6 Y 273 
„ Review (Reading) 8Y 273 
„ College Union 

Magazine 8-Y 273 
„ Correspondent . . M 273 
,, Exten. Bulletin 3 Y 273 
,, Liverpool Engineer- 
ing Journal 8-Y 273 
„ Socialist .. .. Q 273 
Uppingham School Mag. .. 3-Y 273 
Upton-on-Severn News . . W 181 
Upwell Advertiser . . . . W 181 
Ushaw Magazine . . . . 8- Y273 
Uttoxeter Advertiser . . "W 181 

Uxbridge Gazette .. .. W 181 



Vaccination Enquirer . . M 273 
acher's Parliamentary 

Companion M 273 

Vahan .. . .. .. M 273 

Vale of Clwyd News., .. "W 124 
„ „ Conway News .. W 124 

Vanity Fair Q 273 

•Varsity W 273 

Vegetarian M 273 

„ Messenger .. M 274 

Venturer M 274 

Veterinary Journal . . . . M 274 

„ News . . W 274 

Record .. .. W274 

Victorian Q 274 

Vigilance Record . . . . M 274 
Villa News and Record .. "W 274 

Vineyard M 274 

Violin and String World ., M 274 

Violin Budget M 274 

Visitor (St. Annes-on-8ea) . . W 169 

„ (Dublin) .. .. M 274 

„ (Eastbourne).. .. W 129 

Voice of Labour . . . . M 274 

Volunteer Civil Force Journal M 274 

„ Training Corps 

Gazette W 274 
Volunteers' Magazine .. M 274 

Vote (The) W 274 

Votes for Women . . . . M 274 
Vulcan B-M 274 



Wakefield Advertiser . . 
„ Diocese Gazette 
„ Express 
Walkden Advertiser 

„ Telegraph .. 
Walker's Leeds Time Table . . 
Wallasey Chronicle . . 2 

„ MaU 

„ News .. 2 
Wallington Advertiser 



W 181 
M 274 
W 181 
M 274 
•W 181 
M 274 
W 181 
"W ISl 
•W 181 
YT 182 



PAOR 

Wallington Herald . . . . W 182 

Walsall Jcurnal ■ • M 274 

„ Observer .. .. W 182 

,, Pioneer .. W 182 

Waltham Telegraph . . . . "W 182 

Walthamstow Express .. W 09 

„ Guardian .. W 90 

„ Herald .. W 98 

„ Sentinel .. M 274 

Walton Gazette .. .. W 182 

„ News ,. W 182 

„ Times (Bootle) .. 'W 112 

Wandsworth Borough News W 90 

„ News-letter .. M 274 

Wanstead Express .. .. W 09 

Ward Davies' Free Press 

(Pembroke) W 161 
Ward's Weekly Shipping 

Journal W 274 

War and Peace . . M 274 

,, Budget W 274 

,, Illustrated .. .. W 274 

,, Issue W 274 

„ Office Times ,. M 274 

„ of the Nations ., .. W 274 

„ Cry W 94 

Warminster Journal . . . . W 182 

Warren's Time Tables .. M 274 

Warrington Examiner .. W 182 

„ Guardian 2 W 182 

„ Review.. .. W 274 

Rly A.B.C. Guide M 274 

Warrior M 274 

War Savings M 274 

Warwick Advertiser . . W 182 

„ Times .. W 182 

Warwickshire Star (Nun- 
eaton) W 160 

Wasp 8Y274 

Waste Trade World . . "W 274 

Watchmaker .. .. M 274 

Waterford Arehseological 

Journal.. .. Q 274 

„ Evening News .. D 216 
„ News Letter 8 W 274 
„ Standard.. 2W216 
„ Star .. .. "W 216 

„ Weekly News . . W 216 

Water M 274 

Waterfoot Times .. ..WlSi 

Waterloo Herald . . . . W 182 

„ Times (Bootle) .. W 112 

Waterman W 274 

Watford Newsletter . . . . -W 183 

„ Post W 183 

Way of Holiness .. .. M 274 
Wearside Catholic News 

(Sunderland) .. .. W 176 

Webster's Red Book . . H-Y 274 
Wednesbury Borough News W 183 

Week-ends A.B.C — 274 

Weekly Citizen (Leeds) . . W 144 
,, Companion .. .. W 274 
„ Courier (L 'pool) .. W 148 
„ Dispatch .. W 81 

„ Freeman (Dublin).. "W 211 
„ Friend .. .. "W 274 

„ Herald (Epworth) . . W 131 
„ Illustrated Citizen 

(Bristol) .. .. "W 274 

„ Intelligencer . . W 274 

Irish Times (Dublin) "W 212 

„ List Cottonships . . "W 274 

Mail (Cardiff) .. W 119 

„ „ (Glasgow) .. W 199 

„ News (Oldbury) .. W 160 

Northern Whig 

(Belfast) W 209 

„ Notes W 94 

„ Observer (Newcastle 

West) W 214 
„ Post (Leeds).. .. W 275 
„ Record of Textile 

Trades . . W 275 

„ Register (Glasgow) 'W 275 
„ Reminder . . . . W 275 
„ Report . . . . W 275 

,, Returns of Births 

and Deaths . . "W 275 

,, Scotsman 

(Edinburgh) "W 196 

Sentinel (Ashton) .. 'W 104 

„ Statement .. .. W 275 

,, Summary .. .. W 275 

Supplement(Gal8ton)'W 197 

„ Tale Teller . . . . W 275 

Telegraph (Sheffield) W 275 

Weather Reports .. W 275 

Welcome .. .. W 275 

„ Wool Chart.. .. W 275 

D 



46 



THE NEWSPAPEK PRESS DIRECTORY. 



PAGE 

Weldon'B Bazaar of Children's 

FashiouB M 275 
„ Home Dressmaker . . M 275 
„ Home Milliner . . M 275 
„ Illustrated Dress- 
maker M 275 
„ Journal of Costumes M 275 
„ Ladies' Journal . . M 275 
„ Practical Needlework M 275 
„ Catalogue of Fashions M 275 
Wellinghorough News . . "W 183 
„ Gazette .. W 1S3 

Wellington Express (Som.).. W 183 
Journal .. .. W 183 
„ Weekly Kews W 183 

Welllngtonian M 275 

Welsh Coast Pioneer (Colwyn 

Bay) .. "W 124 

„ Gazette (Aberystwith) W 101 

„ Catholic Herald .. W 119 

„ Outlook . . . . M 275 

„ Unionist .. .. M 275 

Welshman (Carmarthen) . . "W 120 

Wells Journal . . . . W 183 

Wesleyan SundaySchool Mag. M 275 

Wessex Divisional Journal.. Q 275 

West (The) M 275 

„ Africa W 9* 

„ African and >Mgerian 

Gazette W 275 

„ Bridgford Advertiser 

(Nottingham) .. W 160 
„ Briton ri'ruro) 2 W ISO 

„ Bromwich Weekly NewsW 184 
„ Cumberland Times 

(Cockermouth) 2 W 123 
„ End Gazette of Fashions M 275 
„ End I'hilatellst .. M 275 

„ Essex Gazette (Epping) W 131 
„ Fife Echo (Dunferm- 
line) W 195 
„ Ham and South Essex 

Mail "W 99 
„ „ Express .. .. W 99 
„ Berts Observer (Wat- 
ford) .. .. "W 183 
, , IndlaCommittee Circular F 276 
„ Indian Bulletin .. Q 275 
„ Kent Advertiser 

(Dartford) W 126 
„ Kent Argus (Lewisham) "W 99 
„ „ Times (Bromley) W llfi 
„ Lanes. Coast Chronicle 

(Formby) . . W 133 

„ London Medical Journal Q 275 
„ „ Observer .. W 99 
„ „ Post .. .. "W 99 
„ „ Press .. .. "W 99 
„ „ Reporter .. W 99 
„ Lothian Courier 

(Bathgate) "W 192 
„ Middlesex Times 

(Staines) -W 175 
,, Midland Co. Kailway 

Guide .. M 276 

„ Somerset Free Press 

(Williton) "W 185 
„ Sussex Gazette 

(Arundel) W 103 
„ ,, County Times 

(Horsham) "W 140 
„ Yorkshire Pioneer 

(Skipton) "W 173 

Westerham Herald . . . . W 184 

Western Advertiser (Chard) W 120 

„ Chronicle (Yeovil) W l>-8 

,, DaUy Mercury 

(Plymouth) D J 63 
„ Echo (St. Ives) .. W 169 
,, Equatorial Africa M 275 
,, „ Diocesan 

Magazine If 275 
„ Express (Bitlcford) W 108 
„ Evening Herald 

(Plymouth) D 163 
„ Gazette (Yeovil) .. W 188 
„ Guardian (Totues) W 180 
„ Independent 

(Devonport) W l'^7 
„ May (Cardiflf) . . D lig 
„ Morning News 

(Plymouth) D 1''3 
„ Nationalist (Boyle) "W 2 .9 
„ News (Ballinasloe) W 2u7 
„ I, ((ilasgow) .. W 199 

„ „ (Taunton).. W 178 

„ Observer (Tiverton) W 179 
„ People (Ballina) .. "W 207 
,, Telegraph 

(Urmston) W 181 
,, Temperanco 

Herald Q 275 
„ Weekly Mercury 

(Plymouth) W 163 



PAGE 

Weatmeath Examiner 

(Mullingar) W 214 

„ Guardian 

(Mullingar) "W 214 
„ Independent 

(Athlone) W 207 

Westminster Express . . 'W 99 

Gazette .. D 80 

Mail .. .. W 99 

News .. .. AV 99 

Pulpit .. W 275 

„ Record .. M 275 

Teacher . . M 275 

Westminsterian .. 6Y275 

Westmorland Gazette 

(Kendal) "W 142 

Mercury (Kendal) "W 142 

Weston S. M. Gazette 2 "W 184 

Mercury .. "W 184 

Wetherby News .. .. "W 184 

Weymouth Standard .. W 184 

„ Telegram .. "W 184 

Wharfedale Observer (Otley) "W 161 

„ Times (Otley) "W 161 

What Shall I Recite? .. M 275 

What's Doing (Birmingham) "W 110 

What's On? .. .. W 275 

„ in Southampton W 275 

Wheatsheaf M 275 

Where to Live Q 275 

Whitby Gazette . . . . "W 184 

„ Time Table . . M 275 

Whitchurch Herald . . . . W 184 

White and Pike's Guide . . M 275 

„ Cross Q 275 

„ Ribbon M 276 

Whitehall Review . . . . M 276 

Whitehaven Advertiser . . "W 184 

„ Free Press .. "W 184 

„ News .. .. "W 184 

Whitgiftian . . . . 6 Y 276 

Whitley Seaside Chronicle.. "W 185 

Whitstable Times . . . . "W 185 

Whittlesea Reporter . . W 185 

Wicklow News Letter . . "W 216 

„ People .. .. "W 216 

„ Press .. .. "W 216 

Wide World Magazine . . M 276 

Wldnes Chronicle . . . . "W 185 

„ Examiner .. .. "W \i:5 

„ Guardian .. 2 "W 185 

„ Weekly News . . W 185 

Wigan Examiner . . 2 "W 185 

„ Catholic Herald . . "W 185 

„ Observer .. 3 "W 185 

Wigton Advertiser . . . . 'W 185 

Willcock's Guide . . . . M 276 

Wlllesden Call . .. "W 99 

„ Chronicle . .. "W 99 

„ Citizen .. .. "W 99 

Williams School Magazine 8 Y 276 

Wilmslow Express . . "W 185 

Wilts County Paper (Marlbro';W 153 

Wilts Standard (Cirencester) W 123 

Wiltshire Advertiser 

(Devizes) W 127 
„ Archaeological 

Magazine H-Y 276 

„ Gazette (Devizes) W li;7 

„ News (Bath) .. W 106 

„ Notes and Queries Q 276 

„ Telegraph(Devize:;)W 127 

„ Times (Tr'wb'Uge) W 180 

Wimbledon Gazette . . . . W 99 

„ Herald .. .. W 93 

„ Mercury.. .. W V9 

„ News . . W 99 

„ News-letter .. F 99 

Wimborne Herald .. .. W 185 

Winchester Diocesan 

Chronicle .. M 276 
Windsor Chronicle .. .."Wise 
„ Express .. .. W 186 
,, Magazine .. .. M 276 
Wine and Spirit Gazette .. "W 94 
„ „ Circular .. M 276 

„ „ Record .. M 276 

„ Trade Review . . M 276 

Wings M 276 

Winning Post W 94 

Winllan M 276 

Winsford Chronicle .. .. "W 186 
„ Guardian .. 2 W 186 

Wireless Mail D 276 

„ World .. .. M 276 

Wisbech Constitutional Gaz. W 186 

„ Standard .. .. "W 186 





PAGE 


Wishaw Herald 


. W 205 


„ Press 


. "W 205 


Within our Gates . . 


. Q276 


Without the Camp . . 


.. Q 276 


Witness Belfast) 


. "W 209 


„ (Glasgow) . . 


. M 276 


Witney Gazette 


. "W 186 


Wiveliscombe Express 


. W 186 


Wobum Reporter . . 


. "W 186 


Wokingham Chronicle 


.. W 186 


AVoking Herald 


. W 186 


„ News and Mail 


.. W 186 


„ Observer 


.. "W 186 


WolfCnib 


.. M 276 


Wolverhampton Chronicle 


. . W 186 


„ Free Journal 


.. — 276 


,, Time Tables 


. . M 276 


Wolverton Express . . 


. W 187 


Woman at Home 


. . M 276 


„ Jom-nalist .. 


B-M 276 


„ Worker 


.. M 276 


Woman's Beauty and Health M 276 


„ Dreadnought 


.. Vr 276 


Life . . 


. . "W 276 


„ Own 


.. W 276 


„ Weekly 


. W 276 


„ Work 


. . Q 276 


„ World 


.. W 276 


„ ,, Library 


.. M 276 


Women's Employment 


.. F 276 


„ Farm and Garden 


Leaflet 


.. M 276 


„ Industrial News 


.. Q 276 


„ International Quar 


terly Q276 


„ Missionary Mag 


a- 


zme.. 


.. M 276 


„ Trades' Union 


.. Q 276 


Wear 


.. W 276 


Wonderlands .. 


.. M 276 



Woodbridge Reporter 


. "W 187 


Woodford Advertiser 


. "W 99 


„ Express .. 


. W 99 


„ limes 


. "W 99 


Wood Green Sentinel 


. W 99 


„ Weekly Herald W 99 


Woodhall Spa Times 


. "W 187 


Wood Pulp Maker . . 


. M 270 


„ Worker 


. M 276 


Woolcraft 


. M276 


Wool Record (Bradford) . 


. "W 113 


Woollen Gazette 


. W 276 


Woolton Lectures . . 


. M 276 


Woolwich Gtazette (PlumBte'd)'W 162 


Herald .. 


. W 99 


Worcester ABC Guide . 


. M 276 


„ Daily Times 


. D 187 


„ Diocesan Magazii 


le M 276 


Herald .. 


. W 187 


Worcesierian .. 


8 Y 276 


Worcestershire Advertiser 




(Worcester) W 187 


,, Chronicle 




(Worcester) W 187 


„ Echo 




(Worcester) D 187 


„ Standard 




(Worcester) W 187 


Word 


. M 276 


Word of Life .. 




BM 276 


Words of Life 




. M 276 


„ „ Salvation 




. M 276 


„ „ Truth 




. M 277 


„ „ Welcome 




. M 277 


Work . . 




. W 277 


„ and Play 




. M 277 


Work and Witness 




. Q 277 


Work and Worship . 




. M 277 


Worker's Friend 




. "W 277 


„ at Home 




. M 277 


„ Onward 




. M 277 


Own.. 




. M 277 


Workington News 




. W 187 


Star 




. W 187 


Worksop Guardian 




. W187 


Working Men's College Jrnl 


. M 277 


Workmen's Trains and Trams 


Time Table 


. Q 277 


World 


. W 94 


World's Carriers 


. M 277 


„ Fair .. 


. W277 


„ Labour Laws 


. Q 277 


„ Rubber Position 


. M 277 


„ Travel Gazette 


B-M 277 


Work 


. M 277 


Worthing Gazette . . 


. W 187 


„ Mercury .. 


. "W 187 


„ Observer 


. 


. W 187 



Wotton-under-Edge Gazette W 188 
Wrexham Advertiser .. W 188 
„ ArgUB .. M 277 

„ Journal .. .. F 188 
Wrexhamlan ..3Y277 

Wright's Railway Tables . . M 277 



PAGE 

Wright's Brass Band News M 277 

W.T. Novels M 277 

Wycombe Abbey Gazette . . M 277 
Wykehamist M 277 



YBelrniad (Liverpool) Q 
Brython (Liverpool) W 

„ Cerddor M 

„ Cymro (Dolgelly) .. V7 
„ Drysorfa .. M 

„ Dydd (Dolgelly) .. W 

,, Gorlan M 

„ Genedl Cymreig 

(Carnarvon) "W" 
„ Glorianydd (Llangefni) W 
„ Goleuad (Carnarvon) . . W 
,, Gymraes.. .. .. M 

„ Lladmerydd .. .. M 

„ Rhedegydd (Blaenau) . . W 
„ Seren(Bala) .. .. W 

,, Traethodydd .. .. Q 

„ Tyst (Merthyr) .. .. W 

„ „ Dirwestol .. .. M 

,, Werln A'R Eco (Carnar- 
von) . . T^ 
„ Wyntyll (Llangefni) .. W 
Ymwelydd Q 

„ Efengylydd .. .. M 

„ Wythnos ar Eryr (Bala) W 
„ Ymofynydd .. .. M 

Yachting Monthly .. .. M 
World .. .. W 

Yachtsman W 

Yarmouth Independent . "W 
„ Mercury . . . . "W" 
„ Times .. 'W' 

„ Weekly Press . W 

Yeovil Leader w 

Yes or No W 

York Jom-nal of Convocation 
,, Diocesan Gazette .. M 

„ Star W 

Yorkshire A.B.C. Diary .. M 
„ Catholic Herald .. W 
„ Early Bird (Sheffield) 
,, Evening News(Le£ds)D 
„ Evening Post (Leeds) D 
I, „ Press (York) D 

„ Estates Gazette . ; M 
„ Factory Times 

(Dewsbury) W 
„ Gazette (York) .. W 
„ Herald .. .. D 
„ News .. .. W 

„ Observer (Bradford; D 
„ Observer Budget . . W 
,, Post < Leeds) . . D 
,, Retail Newsagent M 
„ Sports (Bradford) W 
„ Telegraph (Sl'effield)D 
„ Weekly Herald(\ork)W 
„ Weekly Post (Leeds) W 
Young Abstainer . . • ■ Q 

.. Age 5 

,, Believer 8 Monthly.. M 
,, Christian . . . . M 
,, Crusader ., .. M 

„ Days M 

„ Folks' Tales .. .. W 
„ Helper's League .. M 
„ Ladies' Journal .. "W 
„ Man and Woman .. M 
„ Musician .. B-M 
„ New Churchman . . Q 
,, Protestant .. .. M 
„ Scotland .. .. M 

„ Soldier w 

,, Watchman . . M 

Young's Time Tables (Perth) M 
Youth and Music . . . . M 
Youthful Days .. .. M 

Y.M W 

Y. M. C. A. Times . . . . Q 
Ystwythian . . s Y 
Y.W.C.A. News Letter .. Q 



277 
148 
277 
128 
277 
128 
277 

120 
148 
120 
277 
277 
111 
104 
278 
154 
278 

120 
148 
277 

278 
104 
278 
277 
94 
277 
188 
183 
183 
1S8 
188 
277 
277 
277 
188 
277 
188 
171 
14.^ 
146 
183 
277 

128 
188 
188 
188 

lis 

113 
145 
277 

lis 

171 

188 
146 
277 
277 
277 
278 
277 
277 
277 
277 
277 
277 
277 
278 
278 
178 
278 
278 
278 
278 
278 
277 
277 
278 
278 



Zambesi Industrial Mission Q 278 
enana M 278 

Zion's Witneas .. .. M 278 

Zodiac M 278 

Zoologist .. ,. .. M 2(8 



47 



INDEX TO BRraSH NEWSPAPERS. 



LONDON 
and London Suburban. 



Horning. 

Daily Chronicle . 

Express . 

Graphic . 

ilall 

Mirror . 

News and Leader 

Sketch . 

Telegraph 

World . 

Financial News . 

Times . 

Truth . 

Financier and Bulllonlat 
Indicator 
laliugton Gazette 
Jewl.<h Express . 

Times , 

La Metropole 
L'Independance Beige 
Lloyd's List . 
Moi-ning Advertiser 

Post 

Public Ledger 
Sporting Life. 
Sportsman 
Times . 



PAGE 

79 

79 
79 
79 
79 
79 
79 




Evening 
Brening News 

Standard 

eiobe . 

Jewish Evening News 

Pall Mall Gazette. 

Star 

Wesitmluster Gazette 



Twice a week. 

azaar 

Borough of West Ham ExpreM 

amberwell Times 
East End News . 
— Ham Express . 
Hackney Spectator 
Luudou Gazette . 
Middlesex County Times 
South Loudon Observer 
Sporting World . 
Stratford Express 

Thrice a week, 
lackney Gazette . 
tfail 



Fortnightly. 
Brewers' Gazette 
Sharlty Record 
Commercial World 
Finance Chronicle 
Putney News Letter 
Wbune Congolaise 
liVimbledon News-Letter 



97 



Weekly-(Con.) 

Brixton and Streatham Timei 
Hrlxten Free Press 
Broad Arrow 
Brockley News 

and New Cross News . 

Builder 

Building News , . .83 

• — Trade 83 

World 83 



PAOB 

. 94 

. 95 

. 82 

. 95 

. 95 



Bystander 



83 



Weekly. 

iccouutant 81 

icton Express . . . .94 

- Gazette 94 

-Post 94 

ieroplane 81 

vgrlcultural Gazette . . . 81 
imateur Gardening . . .81 
imerjcan Machinist . . .81 
Register .... 81 

irchltcct 82 

irchitects' and Builders' Journal 82 
rmy and Navy Gazette . . 82 
lUstralasian and CanadianWorld 82 

lUtocar 82 

^ulomotor Journal . . .82 

takers' Record .... 82 
alhara Mercury .... 94 

— News 94 

taptist Times and Freeman . 82 
ternes Herald . . . .94 
ayswatcr Chronicle . . . 94 
«thnal Green News . . . 94 
:oard of Trade Journal . . 82 
loro' Mercury . . . .94 
lowes Park Weekly Neivs . . 94 

ioxing 82 

ritish Australasian . . .82 

— and Colonial Printer . . 82 
Citizen and Empire Worker 82 

— Journal of Photography . o2 

— Medical Journal . . 82 

— Weekly 82 

rixton and Lambeth Gazette . 94 



Cabinet Maker .... 83 

Call 82 

CamberwellBorough Advertiser 98 

News 06 

Canada 33 

Canadian Gazette .... 83 

Mail 83 

News 83 

Capitalist 83 

Car Illustrated .... 83 
Catford Journal . . . .95 
Catholic Herald .... 83 

Challenge 83 

Chemical News . . . .83 
Chemist anrt Druggist . . .33 
Chingford Guardian . . . 95 
Chiswick Express . . . .95 

Gazette 95 

Times 95 

Christian 83 

Age 8S 

Commonwealth . . .83 

Globe 83 

Herald 84 

Life 84 

World 84 

Church Family Newspaper . . 84 

Times 84 

Citizen 84 

City John Bnll .... 84 

City Press 84 

City Review 84 

Civil Service Gazette . . . 84 

Civilian 84 

Clapham Chronicle . . .95 

Observer . . . . 95 

Clarion 84 

Coal and Iron . . . .84 
Colliery Guardian . . ,84 
Common Sense .... 84 
Contract Journal , . . .84 

Contractor fi 

Contractors' Chronicle . . 84 

Country Life 84 

County and City of Loudon 

Observer 84 

Court Journal .... 84 



Weekly— (Cow.) 

Flnsbury Weekly News 
Fishing Gazette . 
Fish Trades' Gazette . 
Flight .... 
Flying .... 
Food .... 
Forest Hill Examiner . 
Freemason . 
Freemason's Chronicle. 
Friend .... 
Fruit Grower 
— and Flower Trades Journal 
Fnlham Chronicle 

Observer 

Times . 



Garden . . . . 
Gardeners' Chronicle . 

Magazine 

Gardening, Illustrat«d 
Gas Journal . 

Wwld . 

Gentlewoman 
Graphic .... 
Greenwich News . 
Grocer .... 
Grocers' Gazette . 

Journal 

Guardian 



Hackney Recorder 
Hairdressers' Journal 
Hampstcad Advertiser 

Express 

Record . 

Herald 

Hither Green Journal 
Holborn Guardian. 
Holloway Press . 
Home and Colonial Mail 
Homsey Journal . 
Horse and Hound . 
Hospital . 



Crystal Palace Advertiser 

Dally Mail Overseas 

Edition for Blind . 

Mirror Overseas W. Edition 



95 



Sketch W. Edition 
De Stem Uit Belgie . . .85 
Draper 85 



Drapers' Record 
Dulwlch Post 
Reporter 

Ealing Gazette 
East Ham Echo . 

Mail . 

Recorder 

East London Advertiser 

Observer 

Post 



. 85 
. 95 
. 96 

. 95 

, 95 
, 95 
, 95 
. 95 
. 95 
95 
Eastern Mercury . . . . 95 

Economist gs 

Electrician 85 

Electrical Review . . . .85 

Times 85 

Engineer $5 

Engineering 85 

English Churchman ... 85 

Mechanic . . , ,85 

Entei-priso 85 

Era 85 

Estates' Gazette . , . .85 
Everyman 85 

Fairplay . . . . . .85 

85 
85 
85 
85 
86 



Illustrated London News 

Police News . 

Sporting &, Dramatic 

Sunday Herald 

Imperialist . 
Indiaman 
Insurance Observer 

Record . 

Investors' Guardian 

Review . 

Iron Trade Journal 

and Coal Trade Review 

Ironmonger . 
Islington Guardian 
„ News . 

Jewish Chronicle . . 

World . 

John Bull 

Joint Stock Co.'s Journal 

Journal the Society of Arts 

Justice . 

of the Peace . 



News 



Farm, Field, and Fireside 
Farm and Home . 
Farmer and Stockbretder 
Farm Life . 
Feathered World . 
Field .... 
Finance .... 
Financial Outlook 

Standard 

World . 

Flnchley Press . , 



Kensington News 
Kentish Independent 

Mercury 

Kilburn Times 

Labour News 

La Chronique 

Ladles' Field . 

L»dy 

Lady's Pictorial . 

Lancet . 

Land Agents' Record 

and Water . 

Law Journal 

Times . 

Leather Trades' Review 
Lee Journal . 
Lenisbam Advertiser 

Journal 

Borough News 

Leyton Express . 
Leytonstcne Express 
Liceused Victuallers' G 
Licensing World . 
Light . 

Live Stock Journal 
Lloyd's List W. Summary 

Weekly News 

Index 

Local Government Chronicle 

Jonmal . 

London and China Express 

Telegraph 

Commercial Record 



Weekly-< Con.) 
London Slall . 

Opinion . 

Welshman 

Londra Roma 

Machinery Market 
Mark Lane Express 
Marylebone Mercury 

Record . 

Times . 

Mayfair . 

Medical OflBcer . 
Medical Press and Circular 
Men's Wear . 
Methodist Recorder 

Times . 

Military Mail 
Miller . . 
Mining Journal . 

News 

World . 

Mirror of Life 
Mitcham Mercury 
Modern Society . 
Money . . . 

Market Review 

Motor . . 

Municipal Engineering 

Journal . 

Musical Standard . 
Muswell Hill Record 



Nation . 
National News 

Weekly . 

Nature . 
Near East 
New Age 

Cross Free Press 

Statesman 

Witness 

Newsagent . 
News of the World 
Newspaper World 
North London Guardian 
North Middlesex Chronicle 
Norwood News . 

Observer 

Press 

Review . 

Herald . 

Weekly Record . 

Notes and Queries 
Nursing Mirror . 
Times . 



Observer. 

Oil Trades Journal 

News 

Outlook . 



Paddington Gazette . 

Mercury 

Times . 

Palmer's Green Gazette 
Paper Trade Review . 
Passing Show 
Pelican .... 
Penge News . 

Press 

People .... 
Petroleum Review 
Pharmaceutical Journal 
Pioneer (Woolwich) 
Police Review 
Poultry .... 
Primitive Methodist Leader 
Produce Markets Review 
Public Opinion . 
Publishers' Circular 
Punch . . • . 



Queen .... 
Queeu's Park Advertiser 



Racing News 

World . . . 

Railway Gazette . 

News 

Review . 

and Shipping Contractor 

Record .... 
Referee .... 
Review .... 
Reynolds's Weekly Newspapi 
Richmond Herald 

Times . 

Rubber World . 



St. Pancras Chronicle 

Gazette . 

Guardian 

Saturday Review 

School Grovemment Chronicle 

1) 2 



48 



THE NEWSPAPEK PEESS DIEECTOEY. 



Weekly— (OoH.) 
Schoolmaster 
Schoolmistress 
Shipping List 

World . 

Shoe and Leather News 

Record 

Trades Journal 

Shoredltch Observer 
Sketch . 

Solicitors' Journal 
South Africa . 

American Journal 

South Eastern Herald 

London Press 

Western Star 

Southwark Recorder 

Spectator 

Sphere 

Sporting Times . 

Stage 

Statist . 

Stock Exchange . 

Gazette . 

Streatham News . 
Sunday Evening Telegram 

School Chronicle 

Pictorial 

Times . 

Surveyor 
Sydenham Gazette 

Borough JlewB 

Review . 

Syren and Shipping . 



Tablet .... 
Tatlcr .... 
Territorial Service Gazette 
Thames Valley Times . 
Timber .... 

Trades Jounial . 

Times Literary Supplement 

Weekly . 

Tooting Gazette . 
Tottenham Herald 

Wednesday Herald 

Town Topics . 

Truth .... 

Twickenliam Herald . 

United Methodist 

Service Gazette . 

Universe 



Walthamstow Guardian 

Express . 

Herald . 

Wandsworth News 
Wanstead Exprses 
War Cry 
Weekly Dispatch . 

Notes 

West Africa . 

Ham Mall . 

Expresa . 

Kent Argus 

London Observer 

Post 

Press . . 

Reporter 

Westminster Express . 

Mall 

WcBtroinster and Pimlico N 
Willesden Call . 

Chronicle 

Citizen . 

Wimbledon News 

Gazette 

Herald . 

Mercury 

Wine and Spirit Gazette 
Winning Post, 
Woodford Advertiser . 

Express . 

— Times . 
Wood Green Herald 

Sentinel 

Woolwich Heiald . 
World .... 



Yachting World . 



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ENGLAND. 

Abercarn Weekly Argus 
Abenlare Express 

Leader . 

Post 

Abergavenny Chronicle 
Abergele Visitor . 

Times . 

Weekly News 

Abertlllery Weekly Argus 
Abcrystwith Despatch 
Accrington Advertiser. 

Gazette . 

Observer 

Adain (Cor wen) . 



PA.GE 

Advocate (Shirley) .172 

Alcester Chronicle . . .102 
Aldeburgh Post . . . .102 
Alderley Advertiser (Wilmslow) 185 
Aldershot News . . . .102 

Gazette . . . .102 

Alford Gazette . . . 102 

Altreton Journal . . . .102 
Alnwick County Gazette . . 102 

Guardian . . . .102 

Alton Mail 102 

Altrincham Advertiser . . 10-2 

Guardian . . . .102 

Amman Valley Clironicle . . 103 
Ampthill News . . . .103 
Andovcr Advertiser . . . 103 
Appleby Herald . . . .103 
Arraley News . . . .103 
Ashbourne News .... 103 

Advertiser .... 103 

Telegraph . . . 103 

Ash burton Guardian . . 103 

Ashton Herald . . . .103 

Reporter . . . .103 

Standard . . . .103 

Weekly Reporter . . 104 

Aston News (Birmingham). . 109 
Atherstoue Express . . . 104 

Herald 104 

104 
104 
104 
151 
110 

134 
115 
104 



News 

Observer .... 

Atherton Journal . 
Athletic News (Manchester; 
Auckland Chronicle . 
Avaion Independent (Glaston- 
bury) 

Avonmouth Mail (Bristol) . 
Aylsham and Beepliam Pojt 



. 101 
. 1' 1 
. 11 
. 101 
. 101 
. 101 
. 101 
. 101 
. 101 
. 101 
. 101 
. 102 
. 102 
. 124 



Bacup Chronicle • . . .104 

Times 104 

Banbury Advertiser . . .105 

Guardian . . . .105 

BaneraoAm3erauCymru(Denbigh)127 
Bangor News . . . .105 

Obierver - - • .105 

Barking Advertiser . . . 105 

Chronicle .... 105 

Barmouth & County Advertiser 105 

Baruet Press 105 

Barnoldiwick Pioneer . . . 105 
Barusley Clironicle . . . 105 

Independent .... 105 

Telephone . . . .105 

Barrow Guardian .... 106 

News 106 

Barrowford Leader . . .106 
Barry Dock News . . . .106 
Barry Herald . . . .106 
Bath Chronicle . . . .106 

Daily Chronicle . . .106 

Herald 106 

Observer . . . .106 

Bailey Free Press .... 106 

News 106 

Reporter . . . . 106 

Beckenbam Advertiser . . 107 

— Chronicle . . . 107 

Journal 107 

Times 107 

Bedale Chronicle . . . .158 
Bedford Daily Circular . . 107 

Record 107 

Bedfordshire Express (Biggles- 
wade) . . . - .108 

Saturday Telegraph (Luton) 150 

Standard (Bedford) . . 107 

Times (Bedford) . . . 107 

Bcdworth News .... 107 

Observer .... 107 

Beeston Gazette «... 107 

Bel per News 107 

Berkeley Gazette . . . .107 
Berkhamstoad Gazette. . . 107 
Berkshire Advr:rtiBer . . . 182 

Chronlclc(Ueadlnp) . .165 

Gazette (Wokingham) . 180 

Berrow's Worcester .lournal . 187 
Berwick Advertiser . . .107 

Journal 108 

Mercury 108 

Bettwys-y-Coed Weekly News . 108 
Beverley Guardian . . . 108 

Recorder . . . .108 

Bexhill Observer . . . .108 

Chronicle .... 108 

Bexicy Heath Observer . . 108 
Bexley Times . . . .108 

Bicester Advertiser . . .108 

Herald , . . .108 

Biddulph Chronicle . . .108 
Bidcford Weekly Gazette . . 108 
Biggleswade Chronicle. . . 108 
Birkenhead Advertiser. . . 109 

News 109 

Blrnilnghani Catliolic News . 109 

Daily Mail . . . .109 

i Gazette . . . .109 

News 109 



PAGE 

Birmingham Post . . . 109 

Weekly Mercury . . .109 

Post . . . .109 

Birstall News . . . .110 

Herald 110 

Bishops Castle Advertiser . . 110 
Blackburn Catholic News . . 110 
Blackburn Times . . . .110 

Weekly Telegraph . .110 

Blackpool Herald . . .110 

Times . . . .110 

Weekly Standard . . .110 

Blaenavon Argus . . . .111 
Blandford Herald . . .111 

Blavdon Courier .... Ill 

Bly'th News Ill 

Bognor Observer .... Ill 
Bolton Catholic Herald . . Ill 

Chronicle . . . .111 

Evening Chronicle . . Ill 

Evening News . . . Ill 

Weekly Journal . . . Ill 

Bootle Herald . . . .Ill 

Times Ill 

Boston Guardian . . .112 

Bournemouth Daily Echo . . 112 

Graphic 112 

Guardian . . . .112 

Visitors' Directory . . I12 

Brackley Observer . . . I12 
Bradford Catholic Herald . . Ii2 

Daily Argus . . . . I12 

Telegraph . . . Ii2 

Pioneer . . . . Il2 

Weekly Telegraph . . I12 

Braintrce Advertiser . . .113 

Gazette 113 

Bninksome Herald (Poole). . 163 
Brecon County Times . .113 

and Radnor Express . .113 

Brewood Courier .... Ii3 
Bridgnorth Journal . . .113 
Bridgwater Independent . . Ii3 

Mercurv . . . .114 

Bridlington Chronicle . . .114 

Free Press . . . .114 

IlrldportNews . . . .114 
Bi-ierfield Leader . . . .114 
Brighouse Echo . . . .114 

Free Press . . . .114 

Brightlingsea News . . .114 
Brighton Advertiser . . .114 

Gazette 114 

Graphic 114 

Herald 114 

Observer . . . .114 

Society 114 

Standard . . . .115 

Times 114 

Bristol Catholic Herald . . 115 

Evening News . , .115 

Evening Times . . .115 

Express 115 

Guardian . . . .115 

Observer .... 115 

Times and Mirror . . .115 

Western Daily Press . . 115 

Brixham AVestern Guardian . 116 
Broadstairs Mail .... 110 
Bromley Chronicle . . .116 

Journal . . . 116 

Local Guide . . . .116 

Times 116 

Bromsgrove Weekly Messenger .116 
Bromyard News . . . .116 
Brynmawr Argus .... 116 
Buckfastleigh Guardian . . 116 
Buckingham Advertiser . . 116 
Buckinghamshire Advertiser 

(Uxbridge) . . . .181 
Bucks Advertiser (Aylesbury) . 104 

Examiner (Chesham) . . 121 

Herald (Aylesbury) . . 104 

Standard (Newport Pagnell)l57 

Bude and Stratton Weekly News 116 
Burnham Gazette . . .116 
Buniham-on-Crouch Advertiser. 117 
Burulcy Catliolic News . . 117 

Express 117 

News 117 

Burton Chronicle . . . .117 

Dally Mail . . . .117 

Evening Gazette . . .117 

Observer . . . .117 

Bury 'Lane.) Guardian .117 

Visitor 117 

(Lane.) Times . . 117 

St. Edmunds it Norwich Post 117 

Free Press (Suffolk) . . 117 

Buxton Advertiser . . .117 
Herald 117 

Caerphilly Journal (Pontypridd) 163 
Camberley News .... 117 
Cambria Daily Leader (Swansea) 176 
Cambrian (Swansea) . . . 176 

News (Abcrystwith) . .101 

Cambridge Chronicle . . .118 
Cambridge Daily News . . 118 



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rch) 



Cambridge Independent Pi' 

University Reporter 

Cambridgeshire Times (Ma 

Weekly News 

Camelford Guardian 

News 

Cannock A dvertiser 

Courier . 

Canterbury Journal 
Cardiff Journal of Commerce 

Times 

Cardigan Advertiser 
Carlisle Journal . 

Weekly Citizen 

Carmarthen Weekly Reporter 

Journal 

Carnarvon Herald 
Carufovth News 
Caterhara Press . 
Catholic News (Preston) 
Central Gazette (Glastonbury) 
Chard News . 
Chatham News . 

Observer 

Chatteris Advertiser . 
Cheadle Herald . 

Times . 

Cheddar Valley Times 
Cheltenham Chronicle . 

Looker-on 

Chepstow Weekly Argus 



Cheshire Daily Echo (Stockport) 175 

Observer (Chester) . . 121 

Chester Chronicle .... 121 

Courant 121 

(Suardian . . . 121 

Chester- le-Street Chronicle . 122 
Chichester Observer • . .1-22 
Chislehurst Times . . .122 
Chorley Guardian . . .122 

Weekly News . . ,122 

Chrlstchurch Times . . .122 
Church Stretton Advertiser . 122 
Citizen (Gloucester) . . .134 

(Letchworth) . . . 146 

(Nottingham) . . . 159 

City of Ely Standard . 
Clayton-le-Moors Observer . . 123 
Clecklieaton Advertiser . . 123 

Guardian . . . 123 

Cievedon Mail (Bristol) . .115 

Mercury . . . .123 

Cleveland Standard (Redcar/ . 166 
Clifton Chronicle . . . .116 

Free Press . . . .116 

Society lie 

Clltheroe Advertiser . . .123 

Times 123 

Coalville Times . . . .123 
Cockermoutli Free Press . . 123 
Colchester Gazette . . .123 
Coleshill Chronicle . . .124 
Colue Times . . . .124 

Valley Guardian (S'waite) . 173 

Colwyn Bay Weekly News . . 124 

Herald 124 

Standard . . . .124 

Congleton Chronicle . . .124 

Guardian .... 124 

Times 150 

Cousett Chronicle . . . .124 

Guardian . . . ,124 

Conway Standard . . . .124 
Co-Operative News (Manchester) 151 
Cornish Echo (Falmouth) 

Guardian (Bodmin) 

Post (Camborne) . 

Post (Launceston') 

Times (Llskeard) 

Cornishman (Penzance) 
Comubian (Uedruth) . 
Cornwall County News (Truro) . 
Cotton Factory Times (Ashton) . 
Coulsdon Record .... 
County Echo (Fishguard) . 

Herald (Holywell) 

Express (Cradley Heath) . 

(Stourbridge) 

Advertiser (Brierlev Hill) . 

Herald (Brierlev Hill). 

of Middlesex independent 

(Brentford) .... 

Press (Newport LO.W.) 

Coventry Graphic 



PAGE 

118 
118 
153 
118 
118 
118 
118 
118 

lis 

118 
118 
119 
119 
119 
120 
119 
120 
120 
120 
164 
134 
120 
120 
120 
120 
120 
120 
121 
121 
121 
121 



132 
111 
118 
144 
147 
162 
166 
180 
104 
124 
132 
139 
125 
176 
114 
114 

113 
156 
124 

Herald 125 

Standard . . . .125 

Craven Herald (Skipton) . . 173 
Crayford Express . . . .125 
Crediton Chronicle . . 125 

Crowe Chronicle . . . .125 

Guardian . . . 126 

Observer . . . .125 

Cricket and Football Field . . Ill 
Cromer Press .... 126 

Crowborough Weekly . . .125 
Crowle Advertiser . . .125 
Croydon Advertiser . . .126 

— Times i?6 



INDEX TO BRiTlStt NEWSPAfEtiS. 



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VAGE 

Cumberland Catholic Newa 

(Carlisle) 119 

Evening Mail ■ • - 119 

News 119 

Dally Dispatch (Manchester) . 161 

Mall (Hull) . . . .141 

Western Times . . .131 

Dalton News . . . .125 

Guardian .... 125 

l)arian(Aberdare) . . .101 
n.irliiigtou Times . . .126 
Danford Chronicle . . • Vi(i 

Express . . . .120 

Dartmouth Chronicle . . .126 

Guardian . . . .126 

Darwen Advertiser . • . 126 

News 126 

Gazette 126 

Daventry Express . • .126 
Dawllsh Gazette . . . .126 
Deal Mercury .... 126 

Paper 126 

Dear Forest Guardian (Coleford) 124 

Mercury (Clnderfonl) . . 122 

Detside Advertiser (Hoylake) . HO 
Dejiinwy Standard . . . 127 
Denbighshire Free Tress . . 127 

Advertiser (Wrexham) . 188 

Derby Daily Telegraph . .127 

Express . . . .127 

Football Express . . .127 

Mercury .... 127 

Reporter . . . .127 

Derbyshire Advertiser (Derby) . 127 

Courier (Chesterfield) . . 122 

Times (Chesterfield) . . 122 

Dereham Times . . 130 

Devon Daily Gazette (Exeter) ,131 

and Somerset Weekly News 179 

Dewsbury District News . . 127 

Free Press . . . .128 

Uepoiter . . . .128 

Dinesydd Cymreig (Carnarvon) . 120 

Diss Excress 12S 

Journal 128 

Doncaster Advertiser . . .128 

Chronicle . . . .128 

Gazette 128 

Dorchester Mail . . • .128 
Dorking Advertiser . . . 128 
Dorset County Chronicle (Dor- 
chester) 128 

Dover Chronicle . . . .128 

Express 128 

Standard . . . .128 

Telegraph . . . .128 

Downham Market Gazette. .129 
Driffield Times . . . .129 
Droitwich Guardian . . . 129 
I Droylsden Herald. . . .104 
Dudley Herald . . . .129 

Chronicle . . . .129 

Dukin field Herald . . .104 
Dunstable Borough Gazette .129 
Durham Advertiser . . .129 

Chronicle , . . .129 

Dursley Gazette . . . .129 

Earlestown Examiner. . . 129 

Guardian . . . .129 

Easing wold Advertiser . . 129 

I Bast Anglian Daily Times (Ips- 
wich) 142 

Cheshire Observer . . . 160 

Coast Illustrated News . 123 

Devon News . . . 120 

Essex Advertiser (Clacton) . 123 

Grinstead Observer . . 130 

Kent Gazette(Sittingbourue)172 

Times (ilamsgate) . 165 

Riding Chronicle (Driffield) 129 

(Sherl)m'n) . . 172 

Suffolk Gazette (Beccles) . 107 

Surrey Herald . . .165 

I Sussex News ( Lewes) . .140 

Bastboui'ne Chronicle . . . 129 

Gazette 129 

Bastern Counties Times (Hford) 141 

Daily Press (Norwich). .168 

Evening News (Norwich) . 158 

Morning News (Hull) . . 140 

Weekly Press (Norwich) . 158 

Eastleigh Weekly News . . 130 
Eastwood Advertiser . . . 130 
Ebbw Vale Argus . . . 130 

Eccles and Patricroft Journal . 130 

Telegraph . . . .130 

Eckingtou Express (Woodhouse) 187 
Edenbridge Clironicle • . , 130 

Elland Echo 130 

EUesmere Herald .... 130 
Port Advertiser . . . 130 

jEImsall Express .... 174 
Eltham Times . . .130 

Ely Gazette 130 

Weekly Guardian . . .130 

Enfield Observer . . . .130 
Epping Advertiser . . .131 
Epsom Advertiser . . .131 



PAQX 

Epsom Herald . . . .131 

Times 131 

Epworth Bells . . . .131 
Rnllngton Weekly News . . 109 
Erith Chronicle . . . .181 

Observer . . . .131 

Times 181 

Essex Co. Chronicle (Chelra8ford)121 
Essex Guardian (Ilford) . . 141 

and llalstead Times . . 135 

Herald (Chelmsford) . .121 

Independent (Chelmsford) . 121 

Newsman (Chelmsford) . 121 

and Suffolk News (Col- 

chester) . . . .123 

Standard (Colchester) . . 123 

Telegraph (Colchester). . 124 

Times ( Romford) . . .167 

Weekly News (Chelmsford). 121 

Evening Argus (Brighton) . . 115 

Dispatch (Birmingham) . 109 

Express (Cardiff) . . 119 

Mail (Newcastle) . . .156 

News (Portsmouth) . . 164 

North Wilts Herald (Swindon) 177 

Star (Ipswich) . . .142 

Swindon Advertiser . . 177 

Tidings (Penzance) . . 162 

Evesham Journal . . . 131 

Standard . . . .131 

Exeter Flying Post . . .131 
Exmouth Chronicle . . .132 

Journal 132 

Express and Echo (Exeter) . . 131 
Express and Star (Wolverhamp- 
ton) 186 



Faringdon Advertiser . 
FamboroughNews 
Farnham Herald . 
Famworth Chronicle . 

Journal and Observer . 

Fayersham Mercury . 

News .... 

Filey Post .... 
Fleet News .... 
Fleetwood Chronicle . . 

Express .... 

Gazette-News 

Flintshire Observer (Mold) 
Folkestone Express 

Herald .... 

Football Argus (Newport, Mou, 

(Bradford) . 

Echo (Northampton) 

(Southampton) . 

(Sunderland) 

Express (Exeter) . 

(Liverpool) . 

(Weymouth) . 

Gazette (S. Shields) . 

Mail (Hartlepool) 

(Newcastle) . 

(Portsmouth) 

News (Nottingham) . 

Post „ 

(Newport) 

Telegraph (Kettering) 

Forest Gate Express . 
Formby Times 
Framl Ingham Weekly News 
Free Press (W. Brom.) 
„ (Poiitypool) 
Freshwater Advertiser 
Frinton Graphic . 
News .... 



. 132 
. 132 
. 132 
. 132 
. 132 
. 132 
. 132 
. 132 
. 133 
. 133 
. 133 
. 133 
. 155 
. 133 
. 133 
.) 157 
. 113 
168 
. 173 
. 176 
. 131 
. 147 
. 184 
. 172 
. 136 
. 166 
. 164 
. 159 
. 159 
. 157 
. 142 
. 133 
. 133 
. 133 
. 183 
. 163 
. 133 
. 133 
. 133 



Garston and Woolton Newa 
Gazette-News (Blackpool) . 
Glamorgan Free Press (Ponty 

prldd) 

Gazette (Bridgend) 

Times (Pontypridd) . . 

Glossop-Dale Chronicle (Glossop) 134 
Gloucester Chronicle . . 134 

Echo (Cheltenham) . . 121 

Journal . . . .134 

Goole Times 134 

Journal .... 134 

Gorton Reporter . . . .134 
Grange News .... 134 

Guardian . . . .134 

Grantham Journal . , .134 
Graveseud Reporter . . .134 

Standard . . . .134 

Telegraph . . . .134 

Grays Gazette . . . .134 
Grimsby Daily Telegraph . .135 

Gazette 135 

News 135 

Gwalia(Bangor) . . . .105 
Gwyliedydd Newydd (Blaenau 
Ftstiniog) . . . .111 

Halesworth Times . . .135 

Halifax Courier . . . .135 

Daily Guardian . . .135 

Halifax Evening Courier . . 135 

Guardian . . . .135 

Ualstcad Gazette . . . .135 



PAOS 

Haltwhlstle Echo . . .135 
FIamp8hlreAdver.(Southarapton) 173 

Chronicle (Winchester) . 185 

County Times . . .101 

Herald (Alton) . . .102 

Independent (Southampton) 173 

Observer (Winchester) . . 185 

Telegraph (Portsmouth) .164 

Handsworth Chronicle . .136 

Herald .... 136 

Han ts & Berks Oaz. (Basingstoke) 106 

& Sussex Co. Press (Emv 

worth) 130 

ii Sussex New8(Petersfleld) 162 

Han well Gazette . . . .136 
Harborne News (Birmingham) .109 
Harrogate Advertiser . . .136 
Herald 136 

Times 136 

Harrow Gazette . . . .136 

Observer . . . .136 

Hartlepool Advertiser . .136 
Harwich Newsman . . .136 

Standard . . . .136 

Harwood Observer . . . 136 
Haslingdcn Gazette . . . 136 

Guardian . . . .136 

Observer . . . .136 

Hastings Independent . . .136 

Observer . . .137 

Pictorial Advertiser . . 136 

Haverfordwest Telegraph . . 137 
Hayle Weekly News . . .137 

Mail . . . .137 

Heanor Observer . . . .137 
Hebdon Bridge News . . .137 

Times . . . .137 

Heckmondwike Reporter . . 137 

Herald 137 

News 137 

Hednesford Advertiser . . 137 

Courier 137 

Helston Advertiser . . .137 
Hemsworth Express . . . 138 
Hendon Times . . . .138 
Henley Chronicle . . . .138 

Standard . . , .138 

Herald Cymraeg(Camai-von) .120 

of Wales (Swansea) . . 177 

Hereford Journal . . . . 138 

Mercury .... 188 

Times 138 

Heme Bay Press . . . .138 
Herts Advertiser (St. Albans) . 168 

Observer (Bishops Stortford) HO 

Reporter (Roys ton) . .168 

Hertfordshire Express (Hitchin) 139 

Hemel Hempstead Gazette 138 

Mercury (Hertford) . . 138 

Hexham Courant .... 138 

Herald 138 

Weekly News . . .138 

Heywood Advertiser . . . 138 

News 138 

High Peak Advertiser (N. Mills). 156 

News (Buxton) . .117 

Chronicle (Buxton) . 117 

Reporter (New Mills) . 156 

Highbridge Echo .... 139 
Hinckley Echo . . . .139 

Observer . . . .139 

Times 139 

Holmflrth Express . . .139 
Holsworthy News . . .139 

Holt Post 139 

Holyhead Chronicle . . .139 

Mall 139 

Observer . . .139 

Honley Express . . . .139 
Horbury Observer . . . 139 
Horfleld Record . . . .116 
Horley Advertiser . . . 139 
Horncastle News .... 139 
Hornsea Guardian. . . . 139 
Horsham Times .... 139 
Hove Gazette . . . .140 
Howdenshire Gazette ( Goole) . 134 

Chronicle (Pocklington) . 163 

Hucknall Dispatch . . .140 
Huddersfleld Daily Examiner . 140 

Examiner . . . .140 

Worker . . . .140 

Hull Catholic Herald . . .140 

Daily News . . . .140 

News 140 

and Lines. News . . .140 

and East Yorks. Times. . 140 

and Lincoln Times . . 140 

Huntingdon Post. . . .141 

Standard . . .141 

Hunts County News(Huntingdon)l 41 

Herald 141 

Hyde Reporter . . . .141 
Hythe Advertiser . . 141 
Reporter .... 141 

Ilford RecM-der . . . .141 

Guardian . . . .141 

Ilfracombe Chronicle . . .141 
Gazette 141 



PACK 

Ilkeston Advertiser . . .141 

Pioneer 141 

Ilkley Free Press . . , .141 

Gazette 141 

IllustratedWestemWeckly News 102 
Illustrated Chronicle (Newcastle) 166 
Irlam <fe Cadishead Telegraph . 142 
Island Star (Newport) . . .157 
Isle of Ely Advertiser (Wisbech) 186 
Isleof Wight Advertiser(Ventnor)181 

Chronicle (Sandown) . 170 

Guardian (Shanklin) . 171 

Herald (Cowes) . . 125 

Journal (Newport) .157 

Mercury (Ventnor) .181 

Observer (Ryde) . . 168 

Times (Ryde) . .168 

Jarrow Express . . . . 142 
Journal of Commerce (Liverpool) 147 

Keighley News .... 142 
Kenllworth Advertiser , . 142 
Kent Argus (Rarasgate) . . 1C6 

Messenger (Ashford) . . 103 

Herald (Canterbury) . 118 

Messenger (Maidstone) . 150 

andSu8sexPost(Hawkhurst)137 

Courler(T'nbr'dgeW'll8)180 

Kentish Gazette (Canterbury) . 118 

Express (Ashford) . . 103 

Observer (Canterbury) . 118 

Telegram (Deal) . . .126 

Kettering Guardian . . .142 

Leader 142 

Kidderminster Shuttle . . 143 

Times 143 

Kineton Advertiser . . .143 
Klngsbrldge Gazette . . .143 

Guardian .... 143 

Journal 143 

Kington Times (Leominster) . 146 
Knaresborough Post . . . 143 
Knutsford Advertiser . . . 14.S 
Guardian . . . .143 

Labour Leader (ilanchester) . 151 
Laisterdyke News (Bradford) . 113 
Lakes Herald (Ambleside) . . 102 
Lake's Falmouth Packet . . 132 
Lancaster Guardian . . .143 

Observer . . . .144 

Lancashire Dally Post (Preston) 164 
Langport Herald .... 144 
Launceston Weekly News . .144 
Leamington Chronicle . . .144 

Spa Courier . . . .144 

Ledbury Guardian . . .144 

Reporter . . . .144 

Leeds Catholic Herald . . 144 

Mercury . . . . 144 

Leek Post 146 

Leek Times 145 

Leicester Advertiser . . .145 

Catholic News . . .145 

Chronicle . . . .146 

Dally Mercury . . .145 

Post . . . .145 

Journal 145 

Mail 146 

Leigh Chronicle . . . .146 

Journal .... 146 

Lelghton Buzzard Observer . 146 

Weekly Reporter . .146 

Leominster News . . . .146 
Leyland and Farington Weekly 

News (Chorley) . . . 1^2 
Lichfield Mercury . . .146 
Lincoln Gazette . • • . H6 

Leader '47 

and Stamford Mercury . 175 

Lincolnshire Chronicle (Lincoln) 147 

174 

112 

, 114 

, 147 

147 

, 147 

147 

147 

147 

147 

147 

148 

148 

143 
148 
143 
148 
148 
148 
148 
148 
143 
143 
148 
148 



Echo (Lincoln) 

Free Press (Spalding) . 

Standard (Boston) 

Star (Brigg) . 

Llttlehampton Gazette 

Observer 

Littleport Gazette 
Liverpool Catholic Herald . 

Dally Courier . 

Echo . 

Post and Mercury 

Evening Express . 

Post 

Football Echo 

Llan A'r Dywysogaeth (Lam 
peter) . . . - ■ 
Llandudno Advertiser . 

Directory 

Junction Standard 

News .... 

Register ... 

Standard 

Llanelly Argua . . . . 

Guardian ... 

Mercury . . . ■ 

Star . . • ^ • 

Llanfairfechan Weekly News 



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THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



Llanfairfechan Standard 
Llangollen Advertiser . 
Llanrwst Free Press . 

Xew8 

Standard 

Loftus Advertiser 
Long Eaton Advertiser 
Loughborough Echo . 

Herald . 

Monitor , 

Times , 

Loughton Advertiser . 
Louth Advertiser . 

Observer 

Lowestoft Journal 

Press 

Ludlow Advertiser 
Luton News . 

Reporter 

Lydney Observer . , 
Lyme Regis Mirror 
Lymington Chronicle . 
Ljmn Advertiser . 

News 

Lytham Times 
Standard . 



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Macclesfleld Courier . . .150 

Advertiser .... 150 

Times 150 



Magnet (Leeds) . 
Maidenhead Advertiser 

Chronicle 

Maldon Advertiser 
Express 



Malton Messenger 
Malvern Gazette . 

News .... 

Manchester Catholic Herald 

City News . 

Evening Chronicle 

News 

Guardian 

South District Advertiser 

Weekly Times 

Mansfield Advertiser . , 

Chronicle . . , 

Reporter . , 

Margate Gazette . . . . ,„„ 
Market-Harborough Advertiser. 153 

RasenMall . . . .153 

Maryport News . . . .153 
Maahamshire Standard . . 158 
Matlock Visitor .... 153 

Mechanical World (Manchester) 152 
Melton Mowbray Journal . . 153 

Times . . . .153 

Merioneth News (Dolgelly) . 128 
Merlhyr Express .... 153 
Mexborough Times . . .154 
Mid Cumb'land H'ld (Penrith) . 162 

DevonTiraes (Newton Abbot)157 

Advertiser . . . 157 

Rhondda Gaz. (Pontypridd) 163 

Sussex Times (Haywards 

Heath) 137 

Middlesbrough Standard . . 166 
Middlesex Advertiser (Uxbrldge) 181 

Chronicle (Hounslow) . .140 

Mlddletou Guardian . . . 154 

Standard .... 164 

Mldhurst Times . . . .154 
Midland Advertiser(Wednesbury)183 

Chronicle ( W. Brom. ) . 1 183 

<3o.Expre88( Wolverhampton) 186 

Co. Herald (Birmingham) .109 

Counties Tribune (Nun- 
eaton) . . . .160 

Daiiy Telegraph (Coventry) 125 

Tributte (Nuneaton) . 160 

Free Press ( Leicester) . uq 

Mail (Market Harborough) . 163 

Sporting Gaz. (Nottingham) 159 

Mildenhall Post . . .154 

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154 
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154 
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155 



Milford Haven Gazette 
Minora Gazette . 

News 

Minehead Advertiser 
Mirfleld Herald . 

Reporter 

Mitcham Advertiser 
Herald . . 

MonmouthshireBeaconCMonm'th) 155 

Evening Post (Newport) . 157 

Guardian (Rhymney) . . I66 

Weekly Post (Newport) . 157 

Montgomery Co. Times (Welsh- 
pool) Ig3 

Express (Newtown) . . 157 

Morecambe Times . . .155 

Visitor 155 

Morley News . . . .155 

Observer . . . .155 

Morning Argus (Brighton) . .' 115 
Morpeth Herald .... 1.55 
Mossley Herald . . . .155 
Reporter 165 



Mountain Ash Post 
Mumbles Weekly Press 

Nantwich Chronicle . 
Guardian . 



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Narberth News .... 
Naval and Military Record (Ply- 
mouth) 163 

Nelson Leader .... 155 
New Forest Chronicle . . 150 

Newark Advertiser . . . 155 

Herald 155 

Newbury Weekly News . . 155 

Chronicle . . . .155 

Newcastle-on-Tyne Daily 

Chronicle . . .156 

Daily Journal , , .156 

Evening Chronicle . . 156 

Weekly Chronicle . . 156 

Xewhaven Chronicle . . . l.';6 
Newmarket Journal . . .156 

Sporting News . . .156 

Newport (Salop) Advertiser . 157 

Pagnell Gazette . . .157 

Newquay Express .... 167 
News in a Nutshell (Pem. Dock) 161 
Newton Abbot Guardian . 157 

Norfolk Chronicle (Norwich) .158 

News (Norwich) . . . 159 

North Beds Courier . . .108 

Berks Herald (Abingdon) . 101 

Bucks Times (Fenny Str'tfd)132 

Cheshire Herald (Hyde) . 141 

Advertiser (Glossop) . 134 

— Devon Herald (Barnstaple) 105 

Journal (Barnstaple) . 105 

North-East Kent Times (Sitting- 
bourne) 172 

North Eastern Gaz. (Middlesbro" ) 15 1 

Herts Mail (Hitchln) . .139 

Leeds News .... 144 

Mail (Newcastle) . . .156 

Riding News (N'thallerton) 167 

Somerset Gazette (Bristol) . 116 

Star (Darlington) . . 126 

Wales Chronicle (Bangor) .105 

Guardian (Wrexham) . iss 

Observer (Carnarvon) . 120 

Standard (Conway) . 124 

Times (Denbigh) . 127 

Weekly News (Conway) 124 

Walsham Post . . . 158 

Western Daily Mall (BarrowUOe 

Wilt8Guardlan(Chippenh'm) 122 

Wilts. Herald (Swindon) . 177 

Northampton Chronicle . . 158 

Echo : 158 

Herald 153 

Independent . . . .158 

Mercury . . . .158 

Northamptonshire Evening 

Telegraph . . . .143 

Gazette (Kettering) . . 142 

Northern Daily Mail (Hartlepool) 136 

Despatch (Darlington) . 126 

Echo (Darlington) . .126 

Telegraph (Blackburn) . no 

W'kly Gazette (Middlesboro)154 

Weekly Leader (Newcastle- 
on-Tyne) . . . .156 
Northfleet Standard . . . 159 
Northwlch Chronicle . . ,158 

Guardian . . . ,153 

Northwood Advertiser . . I8I 
Norwich Mercury .... 159 
Nottingham Catholic News . 169 

Daily Express . . .159 

Guardian , . . . 159 

Evening News . . .159 

Post . . . ,169 

Weekly Guardian . . 159 

Express . . . .159 

and Notts Local News. . 159 

Notts Free Press (Sutton in 

Ashfleld) . . . .176 
Nuneaton Advertiser . . .160 

Chronicle . . . . loo 

Observer . . . . leo 

Oakham Journal .... I60 
Oldham Catholic Herald . . leo 

Chronicle . . . .no 

Daily Standard . . .160 

Evening Chronicle . . 160 

Standard . . , , 160 

Weekly Times . . .160 

Olney Advertiser .... 16O 
Ormskirk Advertiser . . . 16J 
Ossett Observer .... 160 
Oswaldtwisile Observer . . I6I 
Oswestry Ad vertlzer . . .161 
Oxford Chronicle . . , .161 

Journal lei 

Review .... I6I 

Tiines . . . . : 161 

University Gazette . . I6I 

Oxfordshire Free Press (Oxford) . 161 

Weekly News (Chipping 

Norton) . . 199. 



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Paignton Observer . . .161 

Western Guardian . .161 

Palmer's News (Martock) • . 153 
Pateley Bridge Herald . . 101 
Pembroke Co. Guardian (Haver- 
fordwest) . . .137 

(Pembroke Dock) . . 161 

Dock Gazette . . .161 

Journal . . . 161 

Heraid (Haverfordwest) . 137 

Times 161 

Penarth Times . . . .162 

Penlstone Express (Hoyland) . 140 

Penmaenmawr Weekly News . 162 

Standard . . . .162 

Penrith Observer . . . .162 

Penryn Advertiser . . . 162 

People's Journal (Manchester) . 162 

(Norwich) . . .159 

Peterborough Advertiser . . 162 

Citizen , . . . 162 

Express 162 

Standard . . . .102 

Pioneer (Leicester) . . .146 

(Merthyr) . . . .154 

Pontefract Advertiser . . . 163 



Express 163 

Business Guide . . . 163 

Pontypool Weekly Argus . . 163 
Pontj-pridd Observer . . .163 
Poole Herald . . . .163 

Guardian .... 163 

Porth Gazette . . . .164 
Porthcawl News . . . .164 
Portishead Gazette (Bristol) . 116 
Portland Telegram . . .164 
Portmadoc Observer . . . 164 
Portsmouth Times . . .164 
Prescot Reporter . . . .164 

VVeeklv Times . . .164 

Prestatyn Weekly . . .164 
Preston Guardian . . .165 

Herald 165 

Protestant Standard (Liverpool) 148 
Pudsey Advertiser (Stannlngley) 175 

News 165 

Pulman's News (Yeovil) . . 188 
Pwllheli Observer . . . .165 

Queenborough Guardian . . 165 

Radcliffe Guardian . . . 165 

Times 165 

Radnor Express (Llandrindod) . 148 

Standard (Llandrindod) . 148 

Ramsbottom Observer . .165 
Rawmarsh Advertiser . . 154 
Rawtenstall Times . . . 165 
Reading Mercury .... 166 

Observer . . . .166 

Standard . . . .166 

Redcar News .... 166 
Redditch Indicator . . .166 
Reporter (Pendleton) . . .162 
Retford Herald . . . ,166 

News . . . , .133 

Times 166 

Rhondda Each Gaz. (Pontypridd) 163 

Leader (Tonypandy) . 179 

Rhos Herald (Ruabon) . . 168 
Rhyl Journal . . . .166 

Guardian , . . .166 

Record 166 

News 166 

Rhymney Argus . . , 166 

Richmond Division Gazette . 158 
Ringwood Chronicle . . . 167 
Ripley Advertiser , . .137 

News 167 

Ripon Chronicle . . . ,167 

Gazette 167 

Observer . . . .167 

Rishton Observer . . .167 
Rochdale Observer . . .167 

Times 167 

Rochester Journal . . .167 
Romford Recorder . . .167 

Times 167 

Romsey Advertiser . , .167 
Ross Gazette . . . . . 167 
Rossendale Echo (Bacup) . .104 

Express (Bacup) . . . 104 

Free Press (Rawtenstall) . 165 

Rotherham Advertiser. . . 167 

Express 168 

Rothwell Courier . . .168 

Royal (Jornwall Gazette . . 180 
Rugby Advertiser . . . .168 

Observer . . . .168 

Rugeley Mercury . . . .168 
Ruislip-Northwood Courier . . 181 
Runcorn Examiner . . . 168 

Guardian . , . .168 

Weekly News . . .163 

Rush den Argus . . . .168 
Echo 168 



sby) 



Saddleworth Standard 
St. Annes Express 



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Somerset Co. Express (Taunton). 177 

Gazette (Taunton) .177 

Herald riaunton^ . 177 

Guardian (Radstock) . . 165 

Journal (Frome) . . .133 

Sundard (Frome). . .133 

South Bank Express (Redcar) . 166 

Bient GuardiaM . . . 174 

Bristol Free Press . . 116 

Bucks Free Press 

(Wycombe) . . .188 

Devon Express (Chudleigh) 122 

Gazette (Kingsbridge) . 143 

Eastern Advertiser (Hast- 
ings) 137 

Easter nGazette(Maidstone) 151 

Ehnsall Times . . .174 

Glamorgn.Chron.(Brldgend) 113 

Gloucester Chronicle (Thorn- 
bury) 179 

Gazette . . .116 

Molten Gazette . . .174 

Notts Echo . . . .159 

Wales Argus (Newport) . 167 

Daily News (Cardiff) . 119 

Echo (Cardiff) . .119 

Gazette (AljcrtlUery) . 101 

Post (Swansea) . . 177 

Press (Llanelly) . . 148 

Weekly Post (Swansea) 177 

Weekly Argus (New- 
port) 157 

West Suffolk Echo (Haver- 
hill) 137 

Southall-Nor wood Gazette . .173 
Southampton Pictorial . . 173 

Times 173 

Southend Graphic . . .174 

Observer . . . .174 

Standard . . . .174 

Telegraph .... 174 

Southern Echo (Southampton) . 173 

Guardian (Bournemouth) . 112 

Times (Weymouth) . . 184 

WbpWIv Xfiws fRriffhton'* . 115 



St. Helens Catholic Herald 

Newspaper . 

Reporter 

Ives Times . 

Summary 

Mary Cray Express 

Times . 

Neots Advertiser . 

Salcombe Gazette. 

Times . 

Sale and Stretford Guard! 
Salisbury Journal 

Times . 

Saltash Gazette . 
Saltbum Times . 
Sandbach Advertiser . 

Chronicle 

Guardian 

Sandwich Advertiser . 
Saturday Telegraph (Grim; 
Scarborough Daily Post 

Evening News 

Gazette 

Mercurv 

Weekly Post . 

Scunthorpe News 

Star 

Seaford Chronicle 
Seaham Weekly News . 
Selby Express 

Times . 

Sercn Cymru (Carmarthen) 
Sevenoaks Chronicle . 

Telegraph 

Sheemess Guardian 

Times 

Sheffield Catholic Herald 

Daily Independent 

Telegraph 

Weekly Independent 

Weekly News 

Shepton Mallet Journal 
Shields Dally Gazette . 

Dally News . 

Shipley Times 
Shrewsbury Chronicle . 

Advertiser . 

Outlook . 

Sidcup Times . 
Sidmouth Herald 

Observer 

Skegness Herald . 

News 

Skyrack Courier (Leeds) 
Sleaford Gazette . 

Journal 

Slough Chronicle , 

„ Observer . 
Smethwick News . 

Telephone . 

Soham Advertiser 

Gazette 



ti^DEX TO British newspapers. 



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Jouthport Guardian . . .174 

— Journal . 4 i . .174 

— Visiter 174 

Jowerby Bridge Times . .174 
tpaldlng Guardian . . .174 
Jports Argus (Birmingham) .109 

Echo (Leeds) . . .144 

Express (Hull) . . .141 

— Gazette (Middlesbrough) . 154 

Mail(Uull) . . . .141 

Special (Shefflekl) . .171 

Times (Bristol) . . .116 

Jportlnif Cliroulcle (Manchester) 162 
Buff (Birmingham) . . 109 

Mail (Portsmouth) . . 164 

Man (Newcastle . . . 166 

Sporting News (Swansea) . .177 

Pinl< (Leeds) . . . .144 

ltaffordshireAdvertlscr(Stafford)174 

Chronicle (Stafford) . . 174 

News 174 

Sentinel (Stoke-on-Trent) . 176 

Weekly Sentinel . . .176 

jtalybridge Herald . . .175 

Reporter 175 

Standard . . . .175 

Stamford News . . . .175 
Stanley News .... 176 
Jtockport Advertiser . . .175 

Express .... 175 

Stockton Herald . . . .175 
Stowmarket Courier . . . 1 76 

Weekly Post . . . .176 

3tratford-on-Avou Herald . . 176 
Stretford Telegraph . . .169 

Division Advertiser . . 169 

Jtroud Jourual . . . .176 

News 176 

Sudbury Post . . . .176 
Suffolk Chronicle (Ipswich). . 142 

Free Press (Sudbury) • . 176 

Sea Coast Times . . . 149 

Sunday Chronicle (Manchester) . 152 
Sunderland Daily Echo . .176 
Surblton Times . . . ,143 
Surrey Advertiser (Guildford) . 135 

and Hants News (Farnham). 132 

Comet (Kingston) . . 143 

County Herald (Sutton) . 176 

Herald (Chertsey). . . 121 

Mirror (Redhill) . . .166 

Times (Guildford) . .135 

Weekly Press (Guildford) . 135 

Sussex County Herald (Lewes). 146 

Courier (Crawley) . . 125 

Daily News (Brighton) . 115 

Evening Times (Brighton) . 115 



Express (Lewes) 

Sutton Advertiser 

Herald . 

Sutton Coidfleld News 
Swan age Guardian 
Swanley Times 
Swanscombe Chronicle 
Swansea Shipping Register 
Swindon Advertiser 
Swinton Telegraph 
Journal . 



Tadcaster News . . . .177 
Xam worth Herald . . .177 

Mercury . . . .177 

Taunton Courier . . . .178 

Echo 178 

Mall 178 

Tavistock Gazette . , .178 
Tees-side Catholic News . . 154 

Weekly Herald (M'boro) . 154 

TeesdaieMercury^Barnai*dCastle)105 
Teignmouth Gazette . . .178 

Post 178 

Times 178 



146 
176 
176 
109 
176 
176 
158 
177 
177 
177 
177 



Western Guardian 
Teubury Wells Advertiser 
Mail 



Tenby Observer .... 

News 

Tewkesbury Weekly Record 

Register .... 

Textile Mercury (Manchester) , 
Thame Gazette . . . , 
Thanet Advertiser (Rarasgate) 

Guardian (Margate) . 

Times (Margate) . 

Thetford Times .... 
Thirsk Guardian .... 

News .... 

Thomson's Weekly News (Man- 
chester) 152 
Thombury Gazette . . .179 
Thrapston Journal . . .179 
Three Shires Advr. (Gillingham) 133 
Tipton Herald . . . .179 
Tiverton Gazette .... 179 
Todmorden Advertiser . . 179 

News 179 

Tonbridge Free Press . . .179 
Gazette .... 179 



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178 
146 
178 
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178 
178 
152 
178 
165 
153 
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178 
178 
178 





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Torbay News 


. 179 


Torquay Directory 


. 179 


Torquay Times 


.179 


Torrington Chronicle . 


. 179 


Totnes Times 


. 179 


Towyn-on-Sea Times . 


.180 


Tredegar Weekly Argus 


. 180 


Tunbridgo Weils Advertlsei 


. 180 


Gazette . 


. 180 


Tyldesley Chronicle 


. 180 


Weekly Journal . 


. 180 


Tyneside Catholic News 




(Newcastle). 


. 166 


Uckfleld Weekly . 


. 181 


Udgom (Pwllheli) 


. 165 


Ulverston Guardian 


. 181 


News 


. 181 


Umpire (Manchester) . 


. 152 


Upton on Seveni News 


. 181 


Upwell Advertiser 


. 181 


Uttoxeter Advertiser . 


. 181 


Uxbrldge Gazette 


. 181 



Vale of Clwyd Weekly News . 124 
Vale of Conway Weekly News . 124 
Visitor (Eastbourne) . . . 129 
(St. Annes) . . . .169 



Wakefield Advertiser . . .181 

Express . . . .181 

Walkden Telegraph . . .181 
Wallasey Chronicle . . .181 

Mail 181 

News 181 

Wallington Advertiser . . 182 

Herald 182 

Walsall Observer . . .182 

Pioneer . . . ^ .182 

Waltham Telegraph . . .182 
Walton Gazette . . . .182 

News 182 

Times (Bootle) . . .112 

Ward Davies's Free Press 

(Pembroke) . . .161 
Warminster Journal . . . 182 
Warrington Examiner . . 182 

Guardian . . . .182 

Warwick Advertiser . . .182 

Times 182 

Warwickshire Star . . .160 
Waterfoot Times .... 182 
Waterloo Herald . . .182 

Times (Bootle) . . .112 

Watford Newsletter . . .183 

Post 183 

Wearside Catholic News . . 176 
Wednesbury Borough News. . 183 
Weekly Citizen (Leeds) . . 144 

Courier (Liverpool) . . 148 

Herald (Epworth) . . 131 

Mail (Cardiff) . . .119 

News (Oldbury) . . .160 

Sentmel (Ashton) . . .104 

Wellingborough News . . 183 

Gazette 183 

Wellington Express (Somerset) . 183 

Journal 183 

Weekly News . . .183 

Weils Journal . . . .183 
Welsh Catholic Herald (Cardiff) 119 

Coast Pioneer (Colwyn Bay) 124 

Gazette (Aberystwith). .101 

Welshman (Carmarthen) . . 120 
West Bridgeford Advertiser 

(Nottingham) 160 



Briton (Truro) . .180 

Bromwich Weekly News . 184 

Cumberland Times . . 123 

Essex Gazette (Bpping) . 131 

Herts Observer . . . 183 

Kent Advertiser (Dartford). 126 

Times (Bromley) . . 116 

Lanes. Coast Chronicle 

(Formby) . . . .133 

Middlesex Times (Staines) . 175 

Somerset F. Press . . 185 

SussexCo. Times (Horsham) 140 

Gazette (Arundel) . 103 

Yorkshire Pioneer (Sklpton) 173 

Westerham Herald . . .184 
Western Advertiser (Chard) .120 

Chronicle (Yeovil) . .188 

Daily Mercury (Plymouth). 163 

Echo (St. Ives) . . .169 

Express (Bldeford) . .108 

Evening Herald (Plymouth) 163 

Gazette (Yeovil) . . .188 

Guardian (Totnes) . .180 

Independent (Devonport) .127 

Mail (Cardiff) . . .119 

Morning News (Plymouth). 163 

News (Taunton) . . .178 

Observer (Tiverton) . . 179 

Telegraph (Urmston) . 181 



PAGE 

Western Weeily MeWStiry (Ply- 
mouth) 163 

We8tmorlandGazette(Kendal) . 142 

Mercury . . . .142 

Weston Mercury . . . .181 

— -super-Mare Gazette . .184 

WetherbyNcws . . . .184 

Weymouth Standard . . .184 

Telegram . . . .184 

Wharfedale Observer (Otley) . 161 

Times (Otley) . . .161 

What's Doing (Birmingham) . 110 

Whitby Gazette . . . .184 

Whitchurch Herald . . .184 

Whitehaven Advertiser . . 184 

Free Press , . . .184 

News 184 

Whitley Seaside Chronicle . . 185 

Whitstable Times ... .185 

Whittlesea Reporter . . . 185 

Wldnes Chronicle . . . .185 

Examiner .... 185 

Guardian . . . .185 

Weekly News . . .185 

Wlgan Examiner . . . .185 

Catholic Herald . . .185 

Observer . . . .185 

Wlgton Advertiser . . .185 

Wlimslow Express . . .185 

Wilts Advertiser (Devizes) . . 127 

and Berks Co. Paper . . 153 

Gazette 127 

Standard (Cirencester) . 123 

Telegraph (Deviz&s) . . 127 

Times (Trowbridge) . . 180 

News (Bath) . . . .106 

Wimborne Herald . . .185 

Windsor Chronicle . . .186 

Express . . . .186 

Wlnsford Guardian . . .186 

Chronicle . . . .186 

Wisbech Constitutional Gazette . 186 

Standard . . . .186 

Witney Gazette . . . .186 

Wiveliscombe Express . . .186 

Wobum Reporter . . . 186 

Woking Herald . . . .186 

News and Mall . . . 186 

Observer .... 186 

Wokingham Chronicle . . 186 

Wolverhampton Chronicle . . 186 

Wolverton Express . . .187 

Woodbrldge Reporter . . .187 

Woodhall Spa Times . . .187 

Wool Record (Bradford) . . 113 

Woolwich Gazette . . .162 

Worcester Dally Times . .187 

Herald . . • .187 

WorcestershlreAdvr.(Worce8ter) 187 



Chronicle (Worcester) 

Echo (Worcester) 

Standard (Worcester) 

Workington News 

Star 

Worksop Guardian 
Worthing Mercury 

Gazette 

Observer 

Wotton Gazette . 
Wrexham Advertiser . 
Journal . 



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187 
187 
187 
187 
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187 
187 
187 
188 
188 
188 



Y Brython (Liverpool) • . 148 

Y Cymro (Dolgelly) . . .128 

Y Dydd (Dolgelly) . . .128 

Y Genedl Cvmrelg (Carnarvon). 120 
YGoleuad (Carnarvon) . .120 

Y Glorianvdd (Llangefni) . . 148 

Y Rhedegvdd (Blaeuau) . . HI 

Y Seren (The Star) (Bala) . . 104 

Y Tyst (Merthyr) . . .154 

Y Werin a'r Eco (Carnarvon) . 120 

Y Wyntyll (Llangefni) . . 148 
Yr Wythros a'r Eryr . . .104 
Yarmouth Independent . .188 

Mercury . . . .188 

Times 188 

Weekly Press . . .188 

Yeovil Leader . . . .188 

York Star 188 

Yorkshire Catholic Herald . 188 

Dally Observer (Bradford) . 113 

Early Bird (Sheffield) . . 171 

Evening Post (Leeds) . .145 

News (Leeds) . . . 145 

Press (York) . . .188 

Factory Times (Dewsbury) 128 

Gazette (York) . . .188 

Herald 188 

News (York). . . .188 

Observer Budget . . .113 

Post (Leeds). . . .145 

Sports (.Bradford) . . 113 

Telegraph (Sheffield) . .171 

Weekly Herald . . .188 

Post (Leeds) . . .145 



SCOTLAND. 

Aberdeen Free Press . 

Catholic Herald . 

Evening Express . 

Gazette . 



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Dally Journal 

Weekly Free Press 

Journal . 

Alrdrle Advertiser 
Alloa Advertiser . . 

Circular 

Journal 191 

Alyth Guardian . . . .192 

Gazette 192 

Annandale Observer . . . 192 

Herald (Lockerbie) . .202 

Arbroath Guide . . . .192 

Herald 192 

Ardrossan Herald . . . .192 
Argyllshire Advertiser (Loch- 
gilphead) 202 

Argyllshire Herald (Campbel- 
town) 193 

Ayr Advertiser .... 192 

Observer .... 192 

Post 193 

Bailie (Glasgow) . . . .197 

Banffshire Advertiser (Buckie) . 193 

Herald (Keith) . . .200 

Journal (Banff) . . .192 

Reporter (Portsoy) . .204 

Barrhead News .... 192 

Bellman (Perth) . . . .203 

Beilshill Speaker . . . .192 
Berwickshire Advertiser (Duns). 195 

News (Duns) . . .198 

Blairgowrie Advertiser . . 192 
Bo'ness Journal .... 192 

Border Standard (Galashieln) . 197 

Border Telegraph (Galashiels) .197 

Brechin Advertiser . . .193 

Bridge of Allan Gazette . . 193 

Reporter . . . 204 

Broughty Advertiser . . . 193 

Ferry Guide . . . .193 

Buchan Observer (Peterhead) . 204 

Bulletin (Glasgow) . . .197 

Buteman (Rothesay) . . . 204 

Caithness Courier (Thurso). . 205 
Callander Advertiser . . . 193 
Cambuslang Advertiser . . 193 

Pilot 193 

Campbeltown Courier . . . 193 
Carluke Gazette . . . .193 
Carnoustie Gazette . . . 193 

Herald 193 

Carrlck Herald (Govan) . . 197 
Catholic Herald (Edinburgh) .196 
Clydebank and Renfrew Press . 193 
Clydesdale Catholic Herald 

(Greenock) . . . .199 
Coatbridge Express . . .193 

Leader 193 

County Record (Glasgow) . . 197 
Cowdenbeath News (Dunferm- 
line) 193 

Mail 193 

Crieff Advertiser . . . .194 
Cumnock Chronicle . . . 194 

. 198 
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. 205 
. 194 
. 194 
. 194 
. 194 
. 195 
. 195 
. 195 
. 195 
. 195 
. 195 
. 195 
. 195 
. 195 



Daily Record (Glasgow) 
Dalkeith Advertiser . 
Dairy Herald 
Devon Valley Tribune . 
Dufftown News . 
Dumbarton Herald . 
Dumfries Courier . 

Standard 

Dundee Advertiser 

Catholic Herald . 

Courier 

Dunfermline Express . 

Journal . 

Press 

Dunoon Advertiser 

Herald 

Observer 

East of Fife Record (Anstruther) 192 
Eastern Argus (Glasgow) . . 198 
Edinburgh Citizen (Porto bello) 204 

Evening Dispatch . . 196 

News . . . .196 

Gazette . . . .196 

Elgin Courant . . . .196 
Bskdale Advertiser (Langholm). 201 
Evening News (Glasgow) . . 198 

Telegraph (Dundee) . .195 

Times (Glasgow) . . .198 

Falkirk Herald . . . .197 

Mall 197 

Fife Free Press (Kirkcaldy) . 201 

Herald (Cupar) . . .194 

News (Cupar) . . .194 

Flfeshlre Advertiser (Klrkc&ldy > 201 
Fishing News (Aberdeen) . . 191 
Forfar Dispatch . . . .197 



52 



I'hE newspaper press directory 



Forfar Herald 

Review . 

Forres Gazette 
Fraserburgh Advertiser 
Herald . 



PAGE 
. 197 
. 197 
. 197 
. 197 
. 197 



Galloway Advertiser (Stranraer) 204 

Gazette (Newton Stewart) . --203 

Glasgow Citizen . . . .198 

Herald 198 

Observer . • . 198 

Star and Examiner . . 198 

Weekly Herald . . .198 

News . . . .198 

Gourock Times . . . .199 
Govan Press .... 198 
Grangemouth Advertiser . . 199 
Greenock Herald . . .199 
Telegraph . . . .199 



Haddington Advertiser 

Courier 

Hamilton Advertiser . 
Hawick Express . 

News 

Helensburgh News 

Times . 

Highland News (Inverness) 

Leader (Inverness) 

Times (Inverness) 

Hillfoots Record (Alva) 
Huntly Express . 

Invergordon Times 
Inverness Courier . 

Football Times . 

Irvine Herald 
Times . 



. 199 
. 199 
. 199 
. 199 
. 199 
. 199 
. 199 
.200 
. 200 
. 200 
. 192 
. 200 

. 200 
. 200 
. 200 
. 200 
. 2J0 



Jedburgh Gazette. . . .200 
John-o' -Groat's Journal (Wick). 205 
Johnstone Advertiser . . .200 

Kelso Chronicle . . . .200 

Mail 200 

Kilmarnock Herald . . .200 

Standard . . . .200 

Kilsyth Chronicle . . . .201 

Journal 201 

Kilwinning Chronicle . . .201 
Kincardine Observer (L'kirk) .201 
Kinross-shire Advertlser(Klnros8)201 

Courier 201 

Kirkcaldy Mail . . . .201 

Times . . . . .201 

Kirkcudbright Advertiser (Castle- 

Uonglas) . . . . .193 
Kirkintilloch Gazette . . .201 

Herald 201 

Kirriemuir Free Press . . .201 
Observer . , . ,201 

Lanarkshire Examiner. . .201 

Gazette 201 

Lanarkshire (Hamilton) . . 199 

Catholic Herald (Glasgow). 198 

Largs Weekly News . . .201 
Leilh Burghs Pilot . . ,202 

Commercial List . . .202 

Observer 202 

Lennox Herald (Dumbarton) . 194 
Leven Advertiser .... 202 

. Mail 202 

Linlithgow Gazette . . .202 
Lockerbie News . . . 202 

Lothians Express (Bathgate) . 192 

Maryhill Herald . . . . i202 
Mearns Leader (Stonehaven) . 205 
Mid-Lothlan Advertiser . . 206 

Journal (Portobello) . 204 

Milngavie Herald . . . .202 
Moffat News . ... 202 

Montrose Review . . . 202 

Standard . . . .202 

Motherwell Times . . . 203 

Standard .... 202 

Musselburgh News . . .203 

Nairn Co. Press . . . .203 
Nairnshire Telegraph (Nairn) . 203 
National Guardian (Glasgow) ,198 
North British Agriculturist 

(Edin.) 190 

North Star (Dingwall) , . ,194 
Northern Chronicle (Inverness) . 200 
Ensign (Wick) . . .205 

— Scot (Elgin) . . . .196 

Times (Golspie) . . .199 

Weekly (Dingwall) . . 194 

Oban Times 203 

Orcadian (Kirkwall) . . . 201 
Orkney Herald (Kirkwall) . ,2*1 

Paisley Daily Express , . .203 
Gazette 203 



PAGE 

Partick Press . . . .198 

Gazette 198 

Peeblesshire Advertiser (Peebles) 203 

Standard . . . .203 

Peebles News . . . .203 

People's Journal (Aberdeen) . 191 

(Cupar) . . .194 

(Dundee) . . . 195 

(Edinburgh). . . 196 

(Forfar) . . .197 

(Glasgow) . . .198 

(Inverness) . . . 200 

(Perth) . . . 203 

(Stirling) , . . 204 

Perthshire Advertiser (Perth) . 203 

Courier (Perth) . . . 203 

Constitutional (Perth). . 203 

Pollokshaws News . . .198 
Port Glasgow Express . . .204 
Post (Glasgow) . . . .199 
(Dundee) . . . .195 

Reporter (Blairgowrie) . 192 

Ross-shire Journal (Dingwall) ,194 

RosythMail , . , .195 

Rothesay Express . . . ,204 

Rutherglen Reformer , . .204 

St. Andrews Citizen . . ,204 
St. Ronan'B Standard . . .200 
Saturday Post (Dundee) . .195 
Scots Law Times (Edinburgh) . 196 
Scotsman (Edinburgh) . . 196 
Scots Pictorial . . . .199 
Scottish Fanner (Glasgow) . .199 

Farming News (Perth). . 203 

Selkirk Advertiser . . .204 
Shetland News (Lerwick) . . 202 

Times (Lervrlck) . . , 202 

Southern Press (Govan) , . 199 

Reporter (Selkirk) . . 204 

Stevenston Ne^vs .... 204 
Siewartry Observer (Dalbeattie) 194 
Stirling Journal . . . .204 

Observer . . . .205 

Saturday Observer . . 205 

Sentinel 205 

Stonehaven Journal . . . 205 
Stratheam Herald (Crieff ) . .194 
Strathspey Herald (Grantown) 199 
News (Grantown) . . .199 

Thomson's Weekly News (Dun- 
dee) 195 

Troon Times 205 

Herald 205 



Uddlngston Standard . 



205 



Weekly Mail (Glasgow). . . 199 

Scotsman (Edinburgh) . . 196 

Supplement (Galston). .197 

West Fife Echo (Dunfermline) . 195 

Lothian Courier (Bathgate) 192 

Western News (Glasgow) . . 199 
Wishaw Herald . . . .205 
Press 205 



IRELAND. 

Advertiser (Drogheda) 
Anglo-Celt (Cavan) , 
Armagh Guardian . 



Ballina Herald . 
Ballymena Observer . 

Weekly Telegraph 

Ballynioncy Free Press . 
Banbridge Clironlcle . 
Belfast Evening Telegraph. 

News Letter . , 

Weekly News 

Weekly Telegraph 

Bray Herald .... 



. 210 
. 209 
. 207 

. 207 
. 207 
. 207 
. 207 
. 208 
. 208 
. 208 
. 208 
. 208 
. 209 



Carlow Sentinel . . . , 
Carrickfergus Advertiser . 
Cashel Sentinel . , . , 
Christian Advocate (Belfast) 
Church of Ireland Gazette (Dub- 
lin) 

Clare Journal (Bnnis) , 

Champion . . . . 

Clouinel Chronicle 

(Joleralue Chronicle 

Connacht Tribune 

Conuaught Telegraph (Castlebar) 

Cork Constitution. 

— County Eagle (Skibbereen) . 

Evening Echo 

Examiner .... 



PAGK 

Cork Weekly Examiner . . 210 

Free Press . . .210 

Weekly News . . .210 

County Down Spectator (Bangor) 208 



Daily Express (Dublin) . . 211 
Dern- Journal . . . .213 

People 213 

Standard . , . .213 

Weekly News . . . 213 

Donegal Independent (I.etter- 

kenny) 213 

Vindicator (Ballyshannon) 207 

Down Recorder .... 210 
Drogheda Argus .... 210 

Independent .... 210 

Dromore Leader .... 210 

Times 210 

Dublin Evening Mail . . .210 

Gazette 211 

Saturday Post . . .211 

Dundalk Democrat . . . 212 

Examiner .... 212 

Herald 212 

Dungannon Democrat . . 212 

East Galway Democrat . . 207 
Echo (Enniscorthy) . . .212 
Enniscorthy Guardian . . 212 
Evening Herald (Dublin) . .211 
Telegraph (Dublin) . .211 

Farmer's Garette (Dublin) . . 211 
Fermanagh Herald (Enniskillen) 212 

News 212 

Times (Enniskillen) . . 212 

Freeman's Journal (Dublin) ,211 
Free Press (Wexford) . . .216 
Frontier Sentinel (Newry) . . 214 



Gaelic Athlete (Dublin) 
Galway Express . 

Leader . 

Observer 

Pilot . 

General Advertiser (Dublin) 



211 
212 
212 
212 
213 
211 



Impartial Beporter (Enniskillen) 212 
Ireland's Saturday Night (Belfast) 208 
Irish Catholic . . .211 
Daily Telegraph (London- 
derry) 213 

Field 211 

Independent . . . ,211 

Law Times . . . ,211 

News (Belfast) , . .208 

Notes (Newcastle West) . 214 

Opinion (Dublin) . . .211 

Post (Cavan)- . . .209 

Times 211 

Weekly (Belfast) . . .208 

Independent (Dublin) . 211 

Weekly Mail . . 2il 

Kerry Advocate (Tralee) , . 216 

Evening Post (Tralee). . 216 

News (Tralee) . . ,216 

Press (Tralee) . . ,216 

Sentinel (Tralee) . . .216 

Weekly Reiwrter (Tralee) , 216 

Klidare Observer (Naas) , . 214 
Kilkenny Journal .... 213 

Moderator . . . .213 

People 213 

Killarney Echo (Tralee) . . 216 
Kilrush Herald . . . .213 
King's County Chronicle (Birr) . 209 
Independent (Tullamore) 216 

Larne Times 213 

Leader (Dublin) . . . .211 
Lelnstcr Eipress(Maryborough) 214 

Leader (Naas) , ; . 214 

Reporter (Tullaiuorel . , 216 

Leltrlm Advertiser (Mohill) .214 

Observer (Carrick) , , 209 

Limerick Chronicle , , ,213 

Loader 213 

Echo 213 

Llsburn Herald . , . ,213 

Standard . , . .213 

Londonderrj- Sentinel . , , 213 
Longford Independent . . .214 

Journal 214 

Leader 214 

Loiighrea Guardian . . . 214 

Lurgan Mail 214 

Mayo News (Westport) . . 216 
Meath Herald (Kells) . . .213 

Chronicle . . . .213 

Miil-Ulstor Mail (Cookstown) . 210 
Midland Couuiics Ad. (Roscrea) 215 

Tribune (Birr) . . .209 

Reporter (Mulllngar) . . 214 



Monaghan Democrat . , 
Munster Express ( Waterford) 
Munster News (Limerick) . 



PAGB 
. 214 
. 216 
. 213 



Nationalist (Carlow) . . .209 

(Clonmel .... 209 

Nenagh Guardian . , . .214 

News 214 

New Ireland 211 

Ross Standard . , .214 

Newry Reporter . , . ,215 

Telegraph , , . ,215 

Newtownards Chronicle . , 215 

Herald 2O8 

— — Spectator . , . ,215 
North Antrim Standard (Bally 

money) .... 
North Down Herald (Bangor) 
Northern Constitution (Cole- 

raine) 

Standard (Monaghan) . 

Whig (Belfast) . 



207 



210 
214 

208 



People (Wexford) . . . 2I6 
Portadown Express , , .215 
News 215 

Roscommon Herald (Boyle) . 209 

Journal .... 215 

Messenger . , . .215 

Saturday Record (Ennls) . . 212 

Herald (Dublin) . , 211 

Sligo Champion . . . .215 

Independent . . . .215 

Times . . . , .215 

Sport (Dublin) . . . .211 

Strabane Chronicle . . .215 

News 215 

Strokestown Democrat. . . 215 
.Sunday Independent (Dublin) . 211 
Freeman (Dublin) . .211 

Tipperary Star . . , .215 
Tuam Herald , . . .216 

People 216 

Tyrone Constitution (Omagh) . 215 
Courier (Dungannon) . . 212 

Ulster Echo (Belfast) . . .208 

Gazette (Armagh) , .207 

Guardian (Belfast) , , 208 

Herald (Omagh) , . .215 

Waterford Evening News . . 216 

Standard . . , .216 

Star 216 

Weekly News . , . 2I6 

Weekly Freeman (Dublin) . ,211 

Irish Times (Dublin) . , 212 

Northern Whig (Belfast) , 209 

Observer (Newcastle West) 214 

Western Nationalist (Boyle) . 209 

News (Ballinasloe) . .207 

People (Ballina) . . ,207 

Westmcath Exam. (Mulliugar) . 214 

Guardian (Mulllngar) . , 214 

Independent (Athloue) . 207 

Wicklow News-Letter , . .216 

People 216 

Press 216 

Witness (Belfast) . . . .209 



ISLES. 

Chronlque de Jersey , 

Evening Post (Jersey). 

Gazette de Guernsey . 

Gucrasey Advertiser . 

Evening Press 

Weekly Press 

Isle of Man Examiner 
Times . 

Jersey Illustrated Weekly 
Weekly Post 

Mona's Herald . , 
Morning News (Jersey) 

New Jersejman (Jersey) 
Nouvelle Chronique (Jersey 

Peel City Guardian 

Ramsey Courier , 

Star (Guernsey) . 



. 217 

. 217 

. 217 

. 217 
. 217 

. 217 

. 217 
. 217 

. 217 
. 217 

. 217 
. 217 

. 217 
, 217 

. 217 

. 217 

. 217 



I 



63 



COUNTY INDEX TO BRITISH NEWSPAPERS. 



LONDON. 




Contractor . . . . 


PAOK 1 
84 


Grocer 


PAQB 

87 


London Mail 


1 






Contractors' Chronicle . 
Country Life .... 


84 


Grocers' Gazette ... 


87 


Opinion .... 

Welshman .... 




PAQB 
81 
94 
94 


81 


Journal . . . . 


87 


Accountant . . . ■ 
Acton Express .... 
Gazette .... 


County Observer 

Court Journal . . • . 

Crystal Palao Advertiser 


84 
84 
95 


Guardian 


87 


Londra Roma .... 


District Post 


94 












Aeroplane 


81 






Hackney Gazette 


96 




Agricultural Gazette 
Amateur Gardening . 


81 
81 


Daily Chronicle 

Express .... 

Graphic t 

Mail 

Overseas . 

. Edn. for Blind . 

Mirror . . . . 

Overseas . 

News & Leader . 

Sketch . . . . 

Weekly Edition 

Telegraph . . . . 

World . . . . 

De Stem Uit Belgie . 

Draper 

Drapers' Record 

Dulwich Post . . . . 


79 
79 
79 


Recorder .... 

Spectator . , . . 


96 
90 


Machinery Market . 
Mail 




American Machinist . 


81 


Hairdressers' Journal 


87 


Market Mail . 




Register .... 

Architect 

Journal .... 

Army and Navy Gazette . 


81 
82 
82 
82 


79 
85 
85 
79 


Hampstead AdvertLser . 

Express .... 

Record .... 

Herald 


96 
90 
96 
87 


Mark Lane Express . 
Marylebone Mercury 

Record 

Times. 




Australasian World . 


82 


85 


Hither Green Journal 


96 


Maylair .... 




Autocar . , . . . 


82 


79 
79 


Holborn Guardian . 


96 


Medical Officer . 




Automotor Journal . 


82 


Holloway Press 


96 


Press and Circular . 








85 
79 


Home and Colonial Mall . 
Hornsey Journal 


87 
96 


Men's Wear 
Methodist Recorder . 








79 


Horse and Hound . 


87 


Times .... 




Bakers' Record .... 
Balham Mercury 

News 

Baptist Times . . . . 


82 
94 
94 

82 
94 
94 


85 
85 
85 
95 


Hospital 


87 


Middlesex County Times . 
Military Mall . 
Miller .... 
Mining Journal. 




Barnes Herald .... 
Bayswater Chronicle 


Reporter . . . . 


95 


Illustrated London News 
. Police News 


87 
87 


News . 

World , 




Bazaar 

Bethnal Green News 
Board of Trade Journal . 


83 
94 
82 






Sporting and Dramatic N 

— Sunday Herald 
Imperialist . . . . 
Indiaman . . . . . 


ewB87 
81 

87 
87 


Mirror of Life . 
Mitcham Mercury . 
Modern Society . 




Borough of West Ham Expres 


s 94 


Ealinz Gazette . . . . 


95 


Money 




Mercury . . . . 


94 


East End News . 


95 


Indir*af.nr 


96 


Market Review . 




Bowes Park News . 


94 
82 


Ham Echo . 


95 


l.Ll<.ll^autJl • . . . . 

Insurance Observer . 


87 


Morning Advertiser . 




Boxing 


Express 


95 




87 


Post . 




Brewers' Gazette 
Australasian 


82 
82 


Mail . . . . 

Recorder . 


96 
95 


Investors' Guardian . 


87 
87 


Motor 

Municipal Engineering 




and Colonial Printer 


82 


London Advertiser . 


95 


Ironmonger 

Iron Trade Journal . 

Review 

Islington Gazette 


88 


Municipal Journal . 




Citizen . . . . 


82 


Observer 


95 


88 
88 


Musical Standard 




Journal of Photography 


82 


Post . 


95 


Muswell Hill Record 




Medical Journal 


82 
82 


Eastern Mercury 


95 


96 




Weekly . . . . 


Economist .... 


85 




96 




Brixton Free Press . 


95 


Electrician .... 


85 


News .... 


96 




Gazette . . . . 


94 


Electrical Review . 


85 




Times . . . . 


94 


Times .... 


. 85 








Broad Arrow . . . . 


82 


Engineer .... 


85 






Nation 


Brockley Borough News . 


95 


English Churchman 


85 






National News . 




News . . . • 


95 


Mechanic . 


85 


Jewish Chronicle 


88 


Weekly . 




Builder 


83 


Enterprise .... 


85 


Evening News . 


80 


Nature 




Building News. 


83 


Era 


85 


Express . . 


79 


Near East . 




Trade . . . . 


83 


Estates Gazette . 


85 


Timo^ 


79 


New Age . 




World 


83 


Evening News . 


80 


World 


88 


New Cross Free Press 




Bystander 


83 


Standard . 


80 


John Bull .... 


88 


Statesman 








Everymau .... 


85 


Joint Stock Co.'s Journal. 
Journal of Society of Arts 
Justice .... 


88 
88 
88 


Witness . 

Newsagent . 

News of the World . 




Cabinet Maker . 


83 






of tlie Peace 


88 


Newspaper World . 




Call ^. 


83 


Falrplay .... 


85 






North London Guardian 


Oamberwell Borough Advertis 


3T 95 


Farm and Home 


85 






Middlesex Chronicle 


News .... 


95 


Field, and Fireside . 


8'. 






Norwood News .... 


and Peckham Times . 


95 


Lite .... 


85 


Kensington News . 


. 96 


Observer . 




Canada .... 


83 


Farmer and Stockbreeder 


85 


Kentish Independent 


. 96 


Press 




Canadian Gazette 


83 


Feathered World 


86 


Mercury . 


96 


Review 




Mail .... 


83 


Field 


86 


Kllburn Times . 


96 


Herald . . 




News . . . • 


83 


Finance .... 


. 83 






Weekly Record 




Capitalist .... 


83 


Finance Chronicle . 


86 






Notes and Queries . 




Car (Illustrated) 
Catford Journal 


83 
95 


Financial News . 
Outlook 


79 
83 


Labour News . 


88 


Nursing Mirror . 
Times . 




Catholic Herald 


83 


Standard . 


86 


La Metropole . . . 


79 




Challenge .... 


83 


Times .... 


79 


L'lnd^peudanje Beige 


79 




Charity Record . 


83 


Truth .... 


79 


La Clironique . 


88 




Chemical News . 


83 


World. 


86 


Ladies' Field 


88 




■ Chemist and Druggist . 


83 


Financier and Bulllonist . 


. 79 


Lady 


83 


Observer 


Chinglord Guardian 


95 


Finchley Press . 


95 


Lady's Pictorial 


88 


Oil Trades' Journal . 


Chiswick Express 


95 


Flnsbury Weekly News . 


93 


Lancet .... 


83 


News 


Gazette 


95 


Fishing Gazette 


86 


Land Agents' Record 


88 


Outlook 


Times 


95 


Fish Trades' Gazette 


. 86 


Land and Water 


. 83 




Christian .... 


83 


Flight 


86 


Law Journal 


. 88 




Age .... 


83 


Flying .... 


86 


Times .... 


88 




Commonwealth 


. 83 


Food 


8i 


Leather Trades' Review . 


. 89 




Globe .... 


. 83 


Forest Hill Examiner . 


96 


Lee Journal 


. 96 


Paddington Gazette . 


Herald 


84 


Freemason 


86 


Lewisham Journal . 


97 


Mercury . . . . 


Life .... 


84 


Freemasons' Chronicle . 


. 88 


Boro' Netvs . 


97 


Times . . . . 


World 


84 


Friend .... 


83 


A'lvjrtiser 


. 97 


Pall Mall Gazette . . . 


Church Family Newspaper 


84 


Fruit and Flower Trades' Joar 


nal 83 


Leyton Express 


97 


Palmers Green Gazette . 


Times 


84 


Fruit, Flower and Vegetable 




Leytoustoue Express 


97 


Paper Trade Review 


Citizen .... 


81 


Grower 


83 


Licensed Victuallers' Gazette 


89 


Passing Show .... 


City John Bull . 


84 


Fulham Chronicle . 


93 


Licensing World 


89 


Pelican 


Press .... 


84 


Observer . 


90 


Light 


89 


Penge News . . . . 


Review 


84 


Times .... 


96 


Live Stock Journal . 


89 


Press . . . . 


Civilian .... 


84 


Garden .... 


86 


Lloyd's List 


80 


People 


Civil Service Gazette 


84 


Gardeners' Chronicle 


80 


Weekly News . 


81 


Petroleum Review . 


Clapham Chronicle . 


95 


Magaaine . 


86 


Weekly Shipping Index 


. 89 


Pharmaceutical Journal . 


— - Observer . 


95 


Gardening 


86 


W. Summary . 


89 


Pioneer 


Clarion .... 


84 


Gas Journal 


86 


Local Government Chronicle 


89 


Police Review . . . . 


Coal and Iron . 


84 


World 


86 


Journal 


89 


Poultry ju • • • • 
Primitive Methodist Leader . 


Colliery Guardian . 


84 


Gentlewoman . 


88 


London Commercial Record 


89 


Commercial World . 


Si 


Globe 


80 


— and China Express . 


89 


Produce Markets Review 


Common Sense . 


84 


Graphic .... 


87 


Telegraph . 


89 


Public Ledger . . . . 


Contract Journal 


84 


Green ivlch News 


96 


Gazette 


. 89 


1 — Opinion 





54 



THE NEWSl>Al>EIl PRESS DIRECTORY. 



Publishers' Circular . 

Punch 

Putney News Letter. 



Queen .... 
Queen's Park Adrertiser . 



PAGE 

91 
91 



KacingNews .... 92 

Racing World .... 92 

Railway Gazette ... 92 

Hallway and Shipping Contractor 92 

News 92 

ReTlew .... 92 

Record 92 

Referee 81 

Review 92 

Reynolds's Newspaper . . 81 

Richmond Times ... 98 

Herald .... 98 

Rubber World .... 92 



St. Pancras Chronicle 

Gazette 

Guardian . 

Saturday Review 
School Government Chronicle 
Schoolmaster . 
Schoolmistress . 

List . 

World 

i^hoe and Leather News 

Record 

Shoe Trade's Journal 
Shoreditch Observer. 
Sketch 

Solicitors' Journal . 
South Africa 

American Journal 

Eastern Herald. 

London Observer 

Press 

Western Star . 

Southwark Recorder 
Spectator . 
Sphere. 
Sporting Life . 

Times . 

World . 

Sportsman . 

Stage 

Star .... 

Statist 

Stock Exchange 

Gazette 

Stratford Express . 
Streathara News 
Sunday E. Telegram 

School Chronicle 

Pictorial . 

Times 

Surveyor . 
Sydenham Boro' News 

Gazette 

Review 

Syren and Shipping . 



Tablet .... 
Tatler .... 
Territorial Service Gazette 
Thames Valley Times . 
Timber .... 

Trades' Journal 

Times .... 

Literary Supplement 

Weekly . 

Tooting Gazette 
Tottenham Herald . , 

Wednesday Herald . 

Town Topics 
Tribune Congolaise . 

Truth 

Twickenham Herald 



United Methodist . 
United Service Gazette 
UnlTerse . 



Walthamstow Express . 


90 


Guardian . 


9!> 


Herald 


98 




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Wandsworth News . 
War Cry . 
Weekly Dispatch 

Notes . 

West Africa 

Ham Mail . 

Express 

Kent Argus 

London Observer 

Post . 

Press . 

Reporter . 

Westminster Express 

Gazette • , 

Mall . 

and Pimlico News 

Willesden Call . 

Chronicle . 

Citizen 

Wimbledon News . 

Gazette 

Herald 

Mercury . 

News- letter 

Wine and Spirit Gazette 
Winning Post . 
W'oodford Advertiser 

Express 

Times 

Wood Green Herald 

Sentinel 

Woolwich Herald . 
World 



Yachting World 



99 
94 
81 
94 
94 



ENGLISH COUNTIES. 



BEDFORDSHIRE. 

Ampthlll News . 
Bedford Circular 

Record 

Standard . 

Bedfordshire Express 

(Biggleswade) 

Saturday Telegraph . 

Times .... 

Biggloswaile Chronicle . 
Dunstable Gazette . 
Leighton Buzzard Observer 

Weekly Reporter 

Luton News . . . 

Reporter . , 

North Beds. Courier 
Woburn Reporter . 



BERKSHIRE. 

Berks Advertiser (Walllngford) 
Berkshire Chronicle (Reading) 

Gazette (Wokingham) 

Parlngdon Advertiser 
Maidenhead Advertiser 

Chronicle ... 

North Berks Herald (Abingdon) 
Newbury Chronicle . 

Weekly News . 

Reading Mercury . 

Observer . 

Standard . 

Windsor and Eton Express 

Chronicle . 

Wokingham Chronicle 



103 

107 
107 
107 

108 
IftO 
107 
108 
129 
146 
146 
150 
150 
108 
186 



182 
165 
186 
132 
150 
160 
101 
155 
1.55 
166 
166 
166 
186 
186 
186 



BUCKINGHAMSHIRE. 

Buckingham Advertiser . . lie 
Bucks Advertiser (Aylesbury). 104 

Examiner (Chesham) , 121 

Herald (Aylesbury) . . 104 

Standard (Newport Pagnell) 157 



BUCKINQHAMSHlfiE {Con) 

PAGE 

Newport Pagnell Gazette . . 157 
North Bucks Times (Fenny 

Stratford) .... 132 
Olney Advertiser . . . 160 
Slough Chronicle . . .173 

Observer • ... 173 

South Bucks Free Press(Wycombe)188 
Wolverton Express . . . 187 



CAMBRIDGESHIRE. 

Cambridge Chronicle . . 118 

Daily News . . .118 

Independent Press . . 118 

University Reporter . . 118 

Cambridgeshire Times (March) 153 

Weekly News (Cambridge) 118 

Chatteris Advertiser . . 120 
City of Ely Standard . . 130 
Ely Gazette ... .130 

Weekly Guardian . . 130 

Isle of Ely Advertiser (Wisbech) 186 
Littleport Gazette . . . 147 
Newmarket Journal . . 156 

Sporting News . . .156 

Soham Advertiser . . . 173 

Gazette . . . .173 

Upwell Advertiser . . .181 
Whlttlcsea Reporter . . 185 
Wisbech Constitutional Gazette 186 
Standard .... 180 



CHESHIRE. 

Aldcrley Advrtsr. (Wilmslow), 
Altrinchara Advertiser . 

Guardian . 

Blrkenhea<i Advertiser . 

News .... 

Chester Chronicle 

Courant 

Guardian . 

Cheshire Daily Echo (StocK 
port) .... 

Observer (Chester) . 

Congleton Chronicle . 

Guardian . 

Times. 

Crewe Chronicle 

Guardian . 

Observer . 

Deeside Advertiser (Hoylake) 
East Cheshire Observer . 
Ellesmere Port Advertiser 
Hyde Reporter . 
Knutsford Advertiser 

Guardian . 

Macclesfield Advertiser . 

Courier 

Times 

Nantwich Chronicle 

Guardian . 

North Cheshire Herald (Hyde) 
Northwich Chronicle 

Guardian . 

Runcorn Examiner . 

Guardian . 

News .... 

Sandbach Advertiser 

Chronicle . 

Guardian . 

Stockport Advertiser 

Express 

Wallasey Chronicle . 

Mall .... 

News .... 

Wilmslow Express . 
Winsford Chronicle . 
Guardian . 



CORNWALL. 

Bude and Stratton News . 
Camelford Guardian 

Weekly News . 

Cornlshnian (Penzance) . 
Cornish Echo (F.ilmouth) 

Guardian (Bodmin) . 

Post (Camborne) 

Post (Launceston) . 

Times CLIskeard) 

Cornubian (Redruth) . 
Cornwall Co. News (Truro) 
Evening Tidings (Penzance) 
llayle Weekly News 
Mail . 



185 
102 
102 
109 
109 
121 
121 
121 

175 
121 
124 
124 
160 
125 
125 
125 
140 
150 
130 
141 
143 
143 
150 
150 
150 
155 
155 
141 
158 
168 
168 
168 
168 
170 
170 
170 
175 
176 
181 
181 
181 
185 
186 
186 



116 
118 
US 
162 
132 
111 
118 
144 
147 
166 
180 
162 
137 
137 



CORNWALL-(Co»i.) 



PAGE 
137 
132 
144 
167 
162 



Helston Advertiser . 

Lake's Falmouth Packet 

Launceston Weekly News 

Newquay Express . 

Penrhyn Advertiser . 

Royal Cornwall Gazette (Truro) 180 

St. Ives Times .... 169 

Summary .... 169 

Salt.ash Gazette . . .170 
West Briton (Truro). . . 180 
Western Echo (St. Ives) . . 169 



CUMBERLAND. 

Carlisle Journal 

Weekly Citizen . 

Cockermouth Free Press . 
Cumberland Catholic News 

Evening Mail (Carlisle) 

News .... 

Maryport News 

Mid - Cumberland Herald 

(Penrith) 
Mil lorn Gazette . 

News .... 

Penrith Observer 

West Cumberland Times 

Whitehaven Advertiser . 

Free Press . 

News .... 

Wlgton Advertiser . 
Workington News . 
Star 



DEKBTSHIRE. 

Alfreton Journal 
Ashbourne Advertiser 

News . 

Telegraph 

Belper News 
Buxton Advertiser . 

Herald 

Derbyshire Advertiser (Derby 

Courier (Chesterfield) 

Times (Chesterfield) 

Derby Daily Telegraph . 

Express ... 

Football Express (Derby), 

Mercury . 

Reporter . 

Glossopdale Chronicle 
Heanor Observer 
High Peak Advertiser 

Chronlcle(Buxton) 

News (Buxton) . 

Reporter . 

Ilkeston Advertiser . 

Pioneer 

Long Eaton Advertiser . 

Matlock Visitor 

North Cheshire Advertiser 

(Glossop). 
Ripley Advertiser . 
News . 



DEVONSHIRE. 

Ashburton Guardian 
Bideford Weekly Gazette 
Brixham Western Guardian 
Buckfastleigh Guardian . 
Credlton Chronicle . 
Daily Western Times (Exeter). 
Dartmouth Chronicle 

Guardian . 

Dawllsh Gazette 

Devon Daily Gazette (Exeter) 

and Somerset News . 

E.teter Flying Post . 
Bxmouth Chronicle . 

Journal 

Express and Echo (Exeter) 
Football Express (Exeter) 
Holsworthy Weekly News 
Ilfracombe Chronicle 

Gazette 

Illustrated Western Weekly 

News (Plymouth) . 
KIngsbridge Gazette 

Guardian . 

Journal 

Mid Devon Advertiser (Newton) 157 
Times (Nevfton) . . 157 



COtJNTY INDEX TO BRITISH NEWSPAPERS. 



55 



DEV0N8HIBE-(C(m.) 

PAQS 

Naval and Military Record 

(Plymouth) . . . . 163 
Newton Abbot Guardian . 167 
North Devon Herald (Barnstaple) 105 

Journal (Barnstaple) 105 

Paignton Observer . . .161 

Western Guardian . . 161 

Salcombe Gazette . . .169 

Times . . . . 169 

Sldmouth Herald ... 172 

Observer . . . . 172 

South Brent Guardian . . 174 
South Devon Express (Chud- 

lelgh) .... 122 

, Gazette (Kingabridge) 143 

I South Molton Gazette . . 174 

' Tavistock Gazette . . .178 

Teignmouth Gazette . . 178 

Post 178 

Times 178 

Western Guardian . . 178 

Tiverton Gazette . . .179 
Torbay News .... 179 
Torquay Directory . . .179 

Times .... 179 

ToiTlngton Chronicle . . 179 
Totnes Times .... 179 
Western Daily Mercury 
(Plymouth) .... 163 

Evening Herald 

(Plymouth) 163 

Express (Bideford) . . 108 

Guardian (Totnes) . . 180 

Independent (Devonport) 127 

Morning News (Plymth.) 163 

. Observer (Tiverton) . 179 

Weekly Mercury (Plymth . ) 163 



DORSETSHIRE. 

Blandford Herald . . -Ill 
Branksome Herald (Poole) . 163 
Bridport News .... 114 
Dorchester Mail . . .128 
Dorset Co. Chronicle (Dorchester)128 
Football Express (Weymouth) 184 
Lyme Itegis Mirror ... 150 
Poole Guardian .... 163 

Herald . . . .163 

Portland Telegram . . . 164 
Southern Times (Weymouth) . 184 
Swanage Guardian . . .176 
Three Shires Advertisers (Gil- 

llngham) .... 133 
Weymouth Standard . . 184 

Telegram .... 184 

Wimborne Herald . . . 185 



DURHAM. 

Auckland Chronicle . . 110 

Blaydon Courier . . . Ill 

Chester-Ie-Street Chronicle . 122 

Consett Clironicle . . . 124 

Guardian . . . .121 

Darlington Times . . .126 

Durham Advertiser . . 129 

Chronicle .... 129 

Football Echo (Sunderland) . 176 

Gazette (S. Shields) . . 172 

Mail (Hartlepool) . . 136 

Hartlepools Advertiser . . 136 
Jarrow Express. . . . 142 
North Star (Darlington) . . 126 
Northern Daily Mail (Hartle- 
pool) 136 

Despatch (Darlington) . 126 

Echo (Darlington) . . 126 

Seaham Weekly News . . 170 

Shields Daily Gazette . . 172 

Stanley News .... 175 

Stockton Herald . . . 175 

Sunderland Daily Echo , . 176 
Teesdale Mercury (BmrdCaatlc) 106 

Wearside Catholic News . . 176 



ESSEX. 

Barking Advertiser . . ,105 

Chronicle .... 105 

Braintree Advertiser . .113 

Gazette .... 113 

Brightlingsea News . . . 114 
Burnham - on - Crouch Adver- 
tiser 117 

Colchester Gazette . . .123 



ESSEX-(Co»i.) 

PACE 

East Coast Illustrated News . 123 
East Essex Advertiser (Clacton) 123 
Eastern Cos. Times (Ilford) . 141 
Epping Advertiser . . .131 
Essex Co. Chronicle (Clielm8ford)121 

Co. Standard (Colchester) 123 

Guardian (Ilford) . . 141 

Herald (Chelmsford) . 121 

Independent (Chelmsford) 121 

Newsman (Chelmsford) . 121 

Telegrapli (Colchester) . 124 

Times (Halstcad) . . 135 

Times (Romford) . . 167 

Weekly News (Chelmsford) 121 

and SuffolkNew8(Colchester)123 



HAMFSHIB£-<Con.) 



Forest Gate Express 
Frlnton Graphic 

News . 

Grays Gazette . 
Halstcad Gazette 
Harwich Newsman . 

Standard . 

Ilford Recorder 

Guardian . 

Loughton Advertiser 
Miildon Advertiser . 

• Express . 

Romford Recorder . 

Times 

Southend Graphic 

Observer . 

Standard . 

Telegraph . 

Waltham Telegraph 
Walton Gazette 

News . 

West Essex Gazette (Epping) 



GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



Avonmouth Mail (Bristol) 
Berkely Gazette 
Bristol Catholic Herald 

Evening News . 

„ Times 

Express 

Guardian . 

Observer . 

Times and Mirror 

West. Daily Press 

Cheltenham Chronicle 

LooKer-on . 

Citizen (Glou.) . 
Clevedon Mail (Bristol) 
Clifton Chronicle (Bristol) 

Free Press 

Society 



133 
133 
133 
134 
136 
136 
136 
141 
141 
149 
151 
151 
167 
167 
174 
174 
174 
174 
182 
182 
1S2 
131 



115 
107 
115 
115 
115 
115 
116 
115 
115 
116 
121 
121 
134 
115 
116 
116 
116 



Dean Forest Guardian (Coleford) 124 

Mercury (Clnderf ord) 122 

Dursley Gazette . . .129 
Gloucester Chronicle. . . 134 

Journal . . . .134 

Gloucestershire Echo (Chel- 
tenham) .... 121 
Horficld Record (Bristol). . 116 
Lydney Observer . . . 150 
North Somerset Gazette (Bristol) 116 
Portishead Gazette (Bristol) . 116 
South Bristol Free Press . . 116 
South Gloucester Chronicle 
(Thornbury) ... 179 

Gazette (Bristol) . 116 

Sports Times (Brureol) . . 116 
Stroud Journal . . , ,176 

News . . , , 176 

Tewkesbury Record . . . 178 

Register . , . . 178 

Thornburj- Gazette ... 179 
Wilts Standard (Cirencester) 123 
Wotton Gazette . . .188 



HAMPSHIRE. 

Advocate (Shirley) . . .172 
Aldershot Gazette . . .102 

News 102 

Alton Mail .... 102 
Andover Advertiser . . .103 
Bournemouth Daily Echo . 112 

Graphic . . . .112 

Guardian .... 112 

Visitors' Directory . . 112 

Christchurch Times . . . 122 
County Press (Newport, I.O.W.) 156 
Eastleigh Weekly News . . 130 
Evening News (Portsmouth) . 164 



PAGB 
132 
133 
173 
164 
133 



Farnborough News . 
Fleet News. 
Football Echo . 

Mail (Portsmouth) 

Freshwater Advertiser 

Hampshire Ad vertlscr(Sthmpton)173 

Chronicle (Winchester) . 1»6 

County Times (Portsm'uth) 164 

Herald (Alton) . . .102 

Indcpendcnt( Southampton) 173 

Observer (Winchester) . 185 

Telegraph (Portsmouth). 164 

Hants & Berks Gaz. (Basingstoke) 106 

& Sussex News (I'etersflcld) 162 

Co. Press (Enisworth) . 13U 

Island Star (Newport, I. of W.) 167 
Isle of Wight Advertiser 
(Vcntnor) . . ,181 

Chronicle (Sandown) . 170 

Guardian (Shanklin) . 171 

Herald (Cowes). . . 125 

Journal (Newport) . . 167 

Mercury (Vcntnor) . . 181 

Observer (Ryde) . . 168 

Times (Ryde) . . .168 

Lymington Chronicle . . 150 
New Forest Chronicle . .150 
Portsmouth Times . . . 164 
Ringwood Chronicle . . 167 
Romsey Advertiser . . . 167 
Southampton Times . . 173 

Pictorial .... 173 

Southern Echo (Southampton) 173 

Guardian (B'mouth) . 112 

Sporting Mail .... 164 



HEREFORDSHIRE. 

Bromyard Record 
Hereford Journal 

Mercury . 

Times 

Kington Times (Leominster) 
Ledbury Guardian . 

Reporter 

Leominster News 
Ross Gazette 
Tenbury Wells Mail 



HERTFORDSHIRE. 



HUNTINGDONSHIRE. 

Huntingdon Post . 

Standard . . . ■ 

Hunts Co. News (Huntingdon) 

Herald . . . . 

St. Neots Advertiser 



KENT. 

Beckenham Advertiser 

Chronicle . 

Journal 



Times 

Bexley Heath Observer 

Times . 

Broadstairs Mail 
Bromley Chronicle . 

Journal 

Local Guide 



KENr-( Con.) 



116 
138 
138 
138 
146 
144 
144 
146 
167 
146 



Barnet Press 


105 


Berkhamstead Gazette . 


107 


Citizen (Letchworth) 


146 


Herts Advertiser (St. Albans) 


168 


Express (Hltchin) . 


139 


H. Hempstead Gazette 


138 


— Mercury (Hertford) . 


138 


Observer (Bishops Stort 




ford) . . . . 


110 


Reporter (Royston) . 


168 


North Herts Mail (Hltchin) 


139 


Watford Post . 


183 


Newsletter 


183 


West Herts Observer (Wat 




ford) .... 


183 



141 
141 
141 
141 
169 



107 
107 
107 
107 
108 
108 
116 
116 
116 
116 



Bromley Times . 
Canterbury Journal . 
Chatham News . 

Observer . 

Chlslehurst Times 
Crayford Express 
Dartford Chronicle , 

Express 

Deal Mercury . 

Paper . 

Dover Chronicle 
Express 

Standard . 

Telegraph 



Bast Kent 6azette(Sitt!ngbmc.) 172 
East Kent Times (Ramsgate) 
Edenbridge Clironicle 
Eltham Times . 
Erlth Chronicle . 

Observer . 

Times 

Faversham Mercury. 
News . 



Folkestone Express 
Herald 



PAOK 

116 
118 
120 
120 
122 
125 
126 
126 
126 
126 
128 
128 
123 
128 



165 
130 
130 
131 
131 
131 
132 
132 
133 
133 
134 
134 
134 
138 
141 
141 
1G5 
118 
103 
150 



Gravesend Reporter . 

Standard . 

Telegraph . 

Heme Bay Press 
Hythe Advertiser . 

Reporter 

Kent Argus (Ramsgate) 

Herald (Canterbury) 

Messenger (Ashford) 

Messenger (Maidstone) 

and SussexPost(Hawkhnrst)137 

Courler(Tunbridge Wells) 180 

Kentish Express (Ashford) . 103 

Gazette (Canterbury) . 118 

Observer (Canterbury) . 118 

Telegram (Deal) . . 126 

Margate Gazette . . .153 
North East Kent Times (Sitting- 
bourne) 172 

Northfleet Standard . . 158 
Queenborough Guardian . . 165 
Rochester Journal . . .167 
Sandwich Advertiser . .170 
Sevenoaks Chronicle . . .171 

Telegraph .... 171 

Sheerness Guardian . . .171 

Times 171 

Sldcup Times .... 172 
South -Eastern Gazette (Maid- 
stone) .... 151 
St. Mary Cray Express. . .108 

Times . . .169 

Swanley Times .... 176 
Swanscombe Chron. (Northfleet) 158 
Thanet Advertiser (Ramsgate) 165 



Guardian (Margate). 

Times (Margate) 

Tonbrldge Free Press 

Gazette 

Tunbridge Wells Advertiser 
Gazette 



Westcrham Herald . 

West Kent Advertiser (Dartfo 

Times ( Bromley) 

Wbitstable Times . 
Woolwich Gazette . 



LANCASHIRE. 



Accrington Advertiser 

Gazette 

Observer . 

Ashton Reporter 

Herald . 

Standard . 

Weekly Reporter 

Atherton Weekly Journal 
Athletic News (Manchester) 
Bacup Chronicle 

Times . 

Barrow Guardian . 

News . 

Barrowford Leader . 
Blackburn Catholic News 

Times 

Weekly Telegraph 

Blackpool Herald . 

Times 

Weekly Standard 

Gasette News . 



163 
153 
179 
179 
180 
180 
184 
d)126 
116 
185 
162 



101 
102 
102 
103 
103 
103 
104 
104 
151 
104 
104 
106 
106 
106 
110 
110 
110 
110 
110 
110 
110 



56 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DmECTORY. 



LANCASHIBE-(Co/i.) 





PAOK 


Bolton Catholic Herald • 


111 


Chronicle .... 


111 


Evening Chronicle . 


111 


BTcnlng News 


111 


Weekly Journal 


111 


Bootle Herald .... 


111 


Times 


111 


Brlerfleld Leader 


114 


Burnley Express 


117 


Catholic News . 


117 


News 


117 


Bnrv Guardian .... 


117 


^' Times .... 


117 


Visitor .... 


117 


Catholic News (Preston) . 


164 


Camforth News 


120 


Chorley Guardian . 


122 


News 


122 


Clayton-le-:Moors Obsenrer . 


123 


Clitheroc Advertiser 


123 




123 


Colne Times .... 


124 


Co-operative News (Manchester) 151 


Cotton Factory Times . 


104 


Cricket and Football Field . 


111 


Dally Dispatch (Manchester) . 


l.il 


DaltonNews .... 


12.5 


Guardian .... 


125 


Darwen Gazette 


126 


News 


126 


Weekly Advertiser . 


126 


Droylsdcn Herald 


104 


Dukin field Herald . 


\(H 


Karlestown Kxamlrer 


129 


Guardian .... 


129 


Eccles and Patricroft Journal 


130 


Telegraph 


130 


Famworth Journal . 


132 


Chronicle .... 


132 


Fleetwood Chronicle 


13S 


Express .... 


133 


Gazette-News . 


133 


Football Express (Liverpool) . 


147 


Formby Times 


133 


Garston and Woolton News . 


133 


Gorton Reporter 


134 




134 


Guardian .... 


134 


Harwood Olwerver . 


186 


Haslingdcn Guardian 


136 


Gazette .... 


136 


Observer .... 


136 


Heywood Advertiser 


138 


News 


13l\ 


Irlani & Cadishead Telegraph . 


142 


Journal of Commerce (Liv'rpool) 147 


Labour Leader .... 


151 


Lancaster Guardian . 


143 


Observer .... 


144 


Lancashire DailyPost(Preston) 


164 


Leigh Chronicle 


146 


— Journal and Times . 


146 




122 


Liverpool Catholic Herald 


147 


Daily Courier . 


147 


Post and Mercury . 


147 


Echo 


147 


Evening Express 


147 


Football Echo . 


148 


Weekly Courier 


148 


Post .... 


148 


Lytham Standard . 


150 


Times 


150 


Manchester Catholic Herald . 


161 


City News .... 


152 


Evening Chronicle . 


162 


News 


162 


Guardian .... 


152 


South District Advertiser 


152 


Weekly Times . 


162 


Mechanical World (M'chester) 


152 


Mlddlcton Guardian 


1S4 


Standard .... 


154 


Morecambe Times . 


155 


Visitor .... 


155 


MoBsley Herald .... 


].i6 


Ilciwrter .... 


155 


Nelson Leader .... 


155 


North West«^m Mall (Barrow) 


106 


Northern Daily Telegraph (Black- 


burn) 


110 


Oldham Catholic Herald . 


160 


Ohronicle .... 


160 


- — Evening Chronicle . 


160 



LANCASHIEE-{Con.) 

PAOB 

Oldham Daily Standard . . 160 

Standard .... 160 

Weekly Times . . .160 

Ormskirk Advertiser . . 160 
Oswaldtwistle Observer . . 161 
People's Journal (Manchester) 152 
Prescot Reporter . . .164 

Weekly Times . . .164 

Preston Guardian . . .165 

Herald .... 165 

Protestant Standard (Liverpool) 14S 



Radcliffe Guardian . 


165 


Times. , . . . 


165 


Ramsbottom Obaer^•e^ 


165 


Rawten.stall Times . 


165 


Reporter (Pendleton) 


162 


Rishton observer 


167 


Rochdale Ob.'-erver . 


167 


Times . . . . 


167 


Rossendalc Echo (Bacup) 


104 


Express (Bacup) 


104 


Free Press (Rawtenstall) 


165 


Sale and Stretford Guardian . 


169 


Southport Guardian 


174 


JouiTiai .... 


174 


Visitor .... 


174 


Sporting Chron. (M'ch'st'r) . 


1.52 


Stalybridgc Herald . 


175 


Reporter .... 


175 


Stand.ird .... 


175 


St. Annes Express . 


169 


St. Helens Catholic Herald . 


169 


Examiner 


169 


Newspaper .... 


169 


Reporter .... 


169 


Stretford Advertiser . , 


169 


Telegraph. 


169 


Sunday Chronicle (Manchester) 


152 


Swinton Journal 


177 


Telegraph 


177 


Textile Mercury (Manchester) 


152 


Thomson's Weekly News. 


162 


Todniordcn Advertiser . 


179 


Xews .... 


179 


Tyldesley Chronicle . 


180 


Weekly Journal. 


180 


Ulverston Guardian 


181 


News 


181 


Umpire (Manchester) 


152 


Visitor (St. Annes) . 


169 


Walkden Telegraph . 


181 


Walton Times .... 


112 


Warrington Examiner . 


182 


Guardian .... 


182 


Waterfoot Times 


182 


Waterloo Herald . . . 


182 


Times (Bootle) . 


112 


WeeklT Sentinel (Ashton) 


104 


Western Telegraph (Ui-mston) 


181 


West Lanes. Coast Chronicle 




(Formby) .... 


133 


Widnes Chronicle . 


185 


Examiner 


185 


Guardian .... 


185 


Weekly News . 


185 


Wig.an Catholic Herald . 


185 


Examiner .... 


185 


Observer .... 


185 



Y Brython (Liverpool) 



LEICESTERSHIRE. 



148 



Coalville Times 




. 123 


Hinckley Echo . 




. 139 


Observer . 




139 


Times , 




. 139 


Leicester Advertiser 




. 145 


Catholic News . 




. 145 


Clironlcle . 




. 145 


Mail . 




146 


— Daily Mercury . 




. 145 


Post . 




145 


Journal 




145 


Loughboiough Echo 




149 


Herald 




149 


Monitor . 




149 


Times . 




. 149 


Market Harborough Advertise 


r 153 


Melton Mowbray Journal 


. 153 


Times . 


153 


Midland Free Press (Leicester 


) 146 


JIall (Market Harboro') 


153 


I'ioncer (Lcicebter) . 


. 


146 



LINCOLNSHIRE. 

PAGE 

Alford Gazette 102 

Boston Guardian . . .112 

Standard . . . . Ii2 

Crowle Advertiser . . .125 
Epworth Bells .... 131 
Grantham Journal . . .134 
Grimsby Telegraph ... 135 

Gazette ... .135 

News 135 

flomcastle News , . .139 
Lincoln Gazette . . .146 

Leader .... 147 

Mercury (Stamford) . . 175 

Lincolnshire Chronicle (Lincoln) 147 

Echo (Lincoln) . . . 147 

Free Press (Spalding) . 174 

Star(Brigg) ... 114 

Louth Advertiser . . .149 

Observer .... 149 

Market Rasen Mail ... 153 
Retford News . . . .3 33 
Saturday Telegraph (Grimsby) 135 
Scunthorpe News . . . 170 

Star 170 

Skegness Herald . . .172 

News 172 

Sleaford Gazette . . .173 

Journal . . . .173 

Spalding Guardian . . .174 
Stam'ord News. . . .175 
Weekly Herald (Epworth) . 131 
Woodhall Spa Times . . 187 



MIDDLESEX. 



181 



Bucks Advertiser (Uxbridge) . 
County Middlesex Independent 

(Brentford) .... 
Enfield Observer 
Hanwell Gazette 
Harrow Gazette 

Observer .... 

Hendon Times .... 
Middlesex Advertiser (Uxbridge) 181 

Chronicle (Hounslow) . 140 

Northwood Advertiser (Uxbridge) 

181 

Ruislip-Northwood Courier . 181 
Southall Norwood Gazette . 173 
Uxbridge Gazette . . .181 
West Middlesex Time8(Staines) 175 



MONMOUTHSHIRE. 

Abercarn Weekly Argus . . 101 

Abergavenny Chronicle . . 101 

Abertillery Weekly Aligns . 101 

Blaenavon Weekly Argus. . Ill 

Chepstow Weekly Argus . . 121 

Ebbw Vale Weekly Argus. . 130 

Football Argus (Newport) . 157 

Post (Newport) . . . 157 

Free Press (Pontypool) . . 163 

Monmouth Guardian (Rhymney) 166 

Monmouthshire Beacon (Mnmth) 165 

Evening Post (Newport) . 157 

Weekly Post (Newport) . 157 

Pontypool Weekly Argus . . 163 

Rhymney Weekly Argus . . 166 

South Wales Argus (Newport) 167 

Gazette (Abertillery). 101 

Weekly ArgU8(Newport) 157 

Tredegar Weekly Argus . . 180 



NORFOLK. 

Aylsham & Reephani Post 
Cromer Weekly Press 
Dereham Times 
Diss Kx press 

Journal 

Downham JIarket Gazette 
Eastern Daily Press (Norwich 

Evening Nows(Norwlch). 

Weekly Press (Norwichj 

Holt Post .... 
Lynn Advertiser 

News 

Norfolk Chronicle (Norwich) , 

News (Norwich) 

North Walshani Post 
Norwich Mercury 
People's Journal ( Norwich ) 
Tbetford Times 



104 
125 
130 
128 
128 
129 
158 
158 
158 
139 
143 
143 
158 
159 
158 
159 
159 
178 



NOEFOLK-(Con.) 

Yarmouth Independent . 

Mercury 

Times 

Weekly Press . 



PAGE 

188 
188 
188 
188 



NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. 



Brackley Observer . 


. 112 


Daventry Express . 


. 126 


Football Echo (Northampton) 


. 158 


Telegraph (Kettering) 


. 142 


Kettering Guardian . 


. 142 


Leader 


142 


Northampton Herald 


158 


Daily Chronicle 


. 153 


Evening Telegraph (Kot 




tering) , 


143 


Echo 


158 


■ Gazette (Kettering) . 


142 


Independent 


158 


Mercury . 


158 


Peterborough Advertiser 


162 


' Citizen 


162 


Express 


16-3 


Standard . 


162 


Rushden Argus . 


168 


Echo .... 


168 


Thrapston Journal . 


179 


Wellingborough Gazette . 


183 


News .... 


1S3 



NOETHUMBEBLAND . 



Alnwick County Gazette . 


. 102 


Guardian . 


102 


Berwick Advertiser . 


. 107 


Journal 


. 108 


Mercury . 


. 108 


BiythNews 


111 


Evening Mail (Newcastle) 


156 


Football Mail (Newcastle) 


156 


Haltwhistie Echo . 


. 135 


Hexham Courant 


138 


Herald 


138 


Weekly News . 


138 


Illustrated Chronicle 


156 


Morpeth Herald 


]£5 


Newcastle Daily Chronicle 


156 


Daily Journal . 


156 


Evening Chronicle . 


150 


Weekly Chronicle 


156 


North Mail (Newcastle) . 


166 


Northern Weekly Leader 




(Newcastle 


156 


Shields Daily News . 


172 


Sporting Man (Newcastle; 


156 


Tyneside Catholic News . 


166 


Whitley Seaside Chronicle 


185 



NOTTINGHAMSHIEE 



Beeston Gazette 


. 107 


Citizen (Nottingham) 


159 


Eastwood Advertiser 


. 130 


Football News (Nottingham) 


169 


Post (Nottingham) 


169 


Hucknall Dispatch . 


140 


Mansfield Advertiser 


153 


Chronicle . 


153 


Reporter . 


153 


Midland Sporting Gazette 




(Nottingham). 


159 


Newark Advertiser . 


155 


Herald 


155 


Nottingham Daily Express . 


159 


and Notts Local News 


159 


Catholic News . 


159 


Evening News . 


159 


Post . . . . 


159 


Guardian . 


159 


Nottinghamshire Weekly 




Guardian . . . . 


159 


Express 


159 


Free Press (Sutton-in- 




Ashfield) . . . . 


176 


Retford Herald . . . . 


166 


Times 


166 


South Nott8Echo(Nottingliam) 


159 


West Bridgeford Advertiser . 


160 


\Vorksop Guartliau . 


187 



COUNTY INDEX TO BRITISH NEWSPAPERS. 



57 



OXFORDSHIRE. 

Banbury Advertiser . 

Guardian . 

Bicester Advertiser . 

Herald 

Henley Chronicle 

SUmdard . 

Oxford Chronicle 

Journal 

Review 

Free Press . 

Times 

University Gazette 

Oxfordshire Weekly News (C 

Norton) . 
Thame Gazette . 
Witney Gazette 



BTTTLANDSHIRE. 

Oakham Jonmal 

SHROPSHIRE. 

Bishop's Castle Advertiser 
Bridgnorth Journal . 
Church Stretton Advertiser 
Ellesmere Herald 
Ludlow Advertiser . 
Newport Advertiser , 
Oswestry Advertiser, 
Shrewsbury Advertiser 

Chronicle . 

Outlook 

Wellington Journal . 
Whitchurch Herald . 



PAOK 

105 
105 
108 
IDS 
138 
138 
161 
161 
161 
161 
161 
161 

122 
178 
186 



160 



110 
113 

122 
130 
149 
157 
161 
172 
172 
172 
183 
181 



SOMERSETSHIRE. 

AvalonIndependent(Gla8tonbury)134 
Bath Chronicle . ... 106 

Dally Chronicle . . 106 

Herald .... 106 

Observer .... 106 

Bridgwater Independent . . 113 

Mercury . . . .114 

Bumham Gazette . . .116 
CentralSom.Gazette(Glastonbury)134 
Chard News . . . .120 
Cheddar Valley Times . . 121 
Olevedon Mercury . . . 123 
East nevon News (Chard) . 120 
Hlghbrldge Echo . . .139 
Langport Herald ... .144 
Mlnehead Advertiser . . 154 
Palmer's News (Mai-tock) . 153 
Pulman's News (Yeovil) . .188 
Shepton Mallet Journal . . 171 
Somerset Co. Gazette (Taunton) 177 
Herald (Taunton) 177 



Express (Taunton) 

Guardian (Radstock) 

Journal (Prome) 

Standard ( Prome ) . 

Taunton Courier 

Echo .... 

Mall ... 

Wellington Express . 

Weekly News . 

Wells Journal . 

Western Advertiser (Chard) 

Chronicle (Yeovil) . 

Gazette(Yeovll) 

News (Taunton) 

Weston-super-Mare Gazette 

■ Mercury . 

West Sora. Free Press (Willlton) 
Wiltshire News (Bath) 
Wlveliscombe Express 
Yeovil Leader . 



STAFFORDSHIRE. 



Biddulph Chronicle . 
Brewood Courier 
Burton Chronicle 

Daily Mail . 

Evening Gazette 

Observer • . 



177 
165 
133 
133 
178 
178 
178 
183 
183 
183 
120 
188 
188 
178 
184 
184 
185 
106 
186 
188 



108 
113 
117 
117 
117 
117 



STAFFOEDSHIEE-( Con.) 

PAOK 

Cannock Advertiser . . . 118 

Courier .... 118 

Cheadle Herald .... 120 

Times 120 

Ctounty Advertiser (Brierley Hill) 114 

Exjiress (Cradley Heath) . 125 

Herald (Brierley Hill) . 114 

Express & Star (Wolverhampton) 186 
Pree Press (W. Bromwich) . 183 
Handsworth Chronicle . . 135 

Herald .... 135 

Hednesford Advertiser . .137 

Courier . . . .137 

Leek Post 145 

Times 145 

Lichfield Mercury . . .146 
Midland Adverti8er(Wednesbury)183 

Chronicle (West Bromwich) 183 

Counties Express (Wolver- 
hampton) . . . 186 
Rugely Mercury ... 168 
Smethwlck News . . .173 

Telephone . ... 173 

Staffordshire Adverti8er(Stafrord)174 



News (Catholic) 

Chronicle (Stafford) . 

Sentinel ( Stoke-on-Trent) 

Weekly Sentinel 

Tarn worth Herald . 

Mercury .... 

Tipton Herald .... 
Uttoxeter Advertiser 
Walsall Pioneer .... 

Observer .... 

Wednesbury Borough News . 
West Bromwich Weekly News 
Wolverhampton Chronicle 



SUFFOLK. 

Aldeburgh Post 
Bury Pree Press 

Post • . . . 

East Anglian Dally Times 

(Ipswich) 

Suflolk Gazette (Beccles) 

Evening Star (Ipswich) . 
Pramlingham Weekly News 
Halesworth Times . 
Lowestoft Journal . 

Press .... 

Mildenhall Post 

South West Suflolk Echo 

(Haverhill) . 
Stowmarket Courier 

Weekly Post 

Sudbury Post . 

Suffolk Chronicle (Ipswich) 

Free Press (Sudbury) 

Sea Coast Times . 

Woodbridgc Reporter 



174 
174 
175 
175 
177 
177 
179 
181 
182 
182 
183 
184 
186 



102 
117 
117 

142 
107 
142 
133 
135 
149 
149 
154 

137 
176 

176 
176 
142 
176 
149 
187 



SURRET. 

Oamberley News . . .117 
Caterham Weekly Press . . 120 
Coulsdon Weekly Record . . 124 
Croydon Advertiser . . . 125 

Times . . . .125 

Dorking Advertiser . . 128 
East Surrey Herald (Purley) . 165 
Epsom Advertiser . . .131 

Herald . . . .131 

District Times . . .131 

Parnham Herald ... 132 
Horley Advertiser . . . 139 
Mitcham Advertiser . . 155 

Herald . . . .155 

Surbiton Times (Kingston) . 143 
Surrey Advertiser (Guildford) 135 

Comet (Kingston) . . 143 

County Herald . . 176 

Herald (Chertsey) . . 121 

Mirror (Redhill) . . 166 

and Hants News (Farnham) 132 

Times (Guildford) . . 135 

Weekly Press (Guildford) 135 



8UREEY-(C(m.) 

PAOK 

Sutton Advertiser . . .176 

Herald . ... 176 

Wallington Advertiser . . 182 

Herald . ... 182 

Woking Uerald ... 186 

News and Mail ... 186 

Observer .... 186 



SUSSEX. 



Bexhin Observer . . .108 

Chronicle .... 108 

Bognor Observer . . .111 
Brighton Advertiser . . . 114 

Gazette .... Ill 

Graphic .... 114 

Herald . . . . lU 

Observer .... 114 

Society . . . .114 

Standard .... 115 

Times .... 114 

Chichester Observer ... 122 
Crowborough Weekly . . 125 
Eastbourne Chronicle . . 129 

Gazette .... 129 

East Grinstead Observer . . 130 

Sussex News (Lewes) . 146 

Evening Argus (Brighton) . 115 
Hastings Independent . . 136 

Observer . . . . 137 

Pictorial Advertiser . . 136 

Horsham Times. . . . 139 
Hove Gazette . . . .140 
Llttlehampton Gazette . . 147 

Observer .... 147 

Midhurst Times ... 154 
Mid-Sussex Times (Haywards 

Heath). . . .187 
Morning Argus (Brighton) . 115 
Newhaven Chronicle . .156 
Seaford Chronicle . . .170 
South-Eastem Advertr.(HastIngs)l 37 
SoaihernWeeklyNew8(Brlght'n)115 
Sus -sex Co. Herald (Lowes) . 146 

Courier (Ci-awley) . . 125 

Daily News (Brighton) . 115 

EveningTlmes (Brighton) 115 

Express (Lewes) . . 146 

Uckfleld Weekly . . .181 
Visitor (Eastbourne) . . 129 
West Sussex Gazette (Arundel) 103 

Times (Horsham) . 140 

Worthing Mercury . . .187 
Gazette .... 187 

— Observer .... 187 



WARWICKSHIRE. 

Alcester Chronicle . . .102 
Aston News (Birmingham) . 109 
Athcrstone Express ... 104 
— Herald .... 104 

News 104 

104 
107 
107 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
124 
124 
125 
125 
109 

109 
109 
142 
143 
144 
144 

160 
109 
125 
160 
160 
160 
160 



Observer 
Bed worth News .... 

Observer .... 

Birmingham Catholic News . 

Dally Mail .... 

Post .... 

Gazette .... 

Mercury .... 

News . 

Weekly Post . 

Coleshill Chronicle . 
Coventry Graphic 

Herald .... 

Standard .... 

Erdington Weekly News. 
Evening Dispatch (Birming- 
ham) 

HarbomeNews. 
Keuilworth Advertiser . 
Kiueton Advertiser 
Leamington Chronicle . 

Spa Courier 

Midland Counties' Tribune 
(Nuneaton) 

Co.'s Herald (Birmingham) 

Dally Telegraph (Cvntry.) 

Tribune (Nuneaton) . 

Nuneaton Advertiser 

Chronicle . 

— Observer .... 



WABWICK8HtEE-(Cort.) 

PAOK 

Rugby Advertiser ... 168 

Observer . . .168 

Sports Argus (Birmingham) . 109 

Sporting Buff (Birmingham) . 109 

Stratford-on-Avon Herald . 176 

Sutton Coldfleld News (B'bam) 109 

Warwick Advertiser . . 182 

Times 182 

Warwickshire Star (Nuneaton) 100 

What's Dolug (Birmingham) . 110 



WESTMORLAND. 

Appleby Herald . . . 103 
Lakes Herald (Ambleside) . 102 
Westmorland Gazette (Kendal) 142 
Mercury (Kendal) . . 142 



WILTSHIRE. 




Evening North Wilts Herald 




(Swindon) 


177 


Swindon Advertiser . 


177 


North Wilts Guardian (Chippen- 


ham) .... 


122 


Herald (Swindon) 


177 


Salisbury Journal . 


169 


Times .... 


169 


Swindon Advertiser . 


177 


Warminster Journal 


182 


Wilts and Berkg County Paper 


153 


Wiltshire Advertiser (Devizes 


) 127 


Gazette 


127 


News (Swindon) 


. 177 


Telegraph (Devizes) 


. 127 


Times (Trowbridge) 


180 


WORCESTERSHIRE. 




Berrow's Worcester Journal 


187 


Bromsgrove Messenger . 


. 116 


County Express (Stourbridge) 


175 


Droitwich Guardian . 


. 129 


Dudley Chronicle 


. 129 


Herald 


. 129 


Evesham Journal 


. 131 


Standard . 


. 131 


Kidderminster Shuttle . 


. 143 


Times . 


143 


Malvern Gazette 


. 151 


News .... 


. 161 


Redditch Indicator . 


. 166 


Tenbury Wells Advertiser 


. 178 


Upton on Severn News . 


181 


Weekly News (Oldbury) . 


. 160 


Worcestershire Advert. (W'sU 


ir) 187 


Chronicle (Worcester) 


. 187 


Echo (Worcester) . 


. 187 


Standard . 


. 187 


Worcester Daily Times . 


. 187 


Herald . . . 


. 187 



YORKSHIRE. 

Armley News . 
Bamoldswick Pioneer 
Barnsley Chronicle . 

Independent 

Telephone . , 

Batley Pree Press 

News . . , 

— Reporter . 
Bedale Chronicle 
Beverley Guardian . 

Recorder . 

Blrstall News . 

Herald 

Bradford Catholic Herald 

Dally Argus 

Daily Telegraph 

Pioneer 

Weekly Telegraph 

Bridlington Chronicle 

Free Press . 

Brighouae Echo 

Free Press . 

Cleckheaton Advertiser 

Guardian . 

Cleveland .Standard . 
Colne Valley Guardian (S 
Craven Herald (Skipton) 
Daily Mail (Hull) . 



103 
105 
105 
105 
105 
106 
106 
106 
158 
108 
108 
110 
110 
112 
112 
112 
112 
112 
114 
114 
114 
114 
123 
123 
166 
walte) 173 
172 
HI 



58 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



Y0BX8HIRE-< Con.) 

Dewshiiry District News . 

Free Press . 

Reporter . 

Doncaster Advertiser 

Clironicle . 

Gazette 

Driffield Times 



PAGK 

127 
128 
128 
128 
128 
128 
129 



Easlngv^'old Advertiser . . 129 
Eastern Morning News (Hull) . 140 
East Ridinc Chronicle (Driffield) 129 

'— (Sherbum) . 172 

Eckinpton Express (Woodhouse) 187 



Elland Echo 
Elmsall Express 

Filey Post . 

Football Argus (Bradford) 

Goole Times 
Journal 

Halifax Courier 

Evening Courier 

Daily Guardian. 

Guardian . 

Harrogate Advertiser 

Herald . 

Times 

Hebden Bridge News 

Times 

Heckniondwike Herald 

News . 

Reporter . 

Hemsworth Express . 
Holmflrth Express . 
Honley Express 
Horbury Observer . 
Hornsea Guardian . 
Howdenshire Gazette (Goolel 
Chronicle (Pocklington) 



130 
174 

132 
113 

134 
134 

185 
135 
135 
135 
136 
136 
136 
137 
137 
137 
137 
137 
138 
139 
139 
139 
139 
134 
163 



Y0EKSHIEE-(Co7».) 

PAGE 

Huddersfleld Daily Examiner . 140 

Examiner . . . .140 

Worker ... .140 

Hull Catholic Herald . . 140 

Daily News . . . 140 

News .... 140 

and East Yorks Times . 140 

and Lines. News . .140 

and Lines. Times . . 140 

llkley Free Press . . .141 

Gazette .... 141 

Keighley News .... 142 
KnarcsDorough Post . 143 

Lalsterdyke News (Bradford) 113 
Leeds Catholic Herald . .144 

Mercury .... 144 

Loftua Advertiser . . . 149 

Magnet (Leeds). . . .144 

Malton Messenger . . . 151 

Mashamshire Standard . . 158 

Mexborongh Times . . . 154 

Middlesbrough Standard . . 166 

Mirfield Herald . . .154 

Reporter . . . .154 

Morley News . . . .155 
Observer .... 155 

Northern Weekly Gazette 

(Middlesbrough) . 154 
North Eastern Dally Gazette 

f Middlesbrough) . 154 

Leeds News . . . 144 

North Riding News 

(Northallerton) . 157 

Ossett Observer . . .160 
Pateley Bridge Herald . . 161 
Penistone Express (Hoyland) 140 



Y0BK8HIEE-<Con.) 

FAQE 

Pontefract Advertiser . . 163 

Business Guide . . . 163 

Express .... 163 

Pudsey Advertiser . . .175 

News 165 

Ra\nnarsh Advertiser . . 154 
Redcar News .... 166 
Richmond Gazette . . .158 
Ripon Chronicle . . .167 

Gazette . . . .167 

Observer . . . , 167 

Rotherham Advertiser . . 167 

Express . . . . 168 

Eothwell Courier ... 168 

Saddleworth Standard . . 155 
Saltburn Times . . . .170 
Scarborough Dally Post . . 170 

Evening News . . .170 

Gazette .... 170 

Mercury .... 170 

Weekly Post . . .170 

Selby Express . . . .170 

Times 170 

Sheffield Catholic Herald . 171 

Daily Telegraph . . 171 

Independent . . .171 

Weeklv Independent . 171 

Weekly News . . .171 

Shipley Times & Express . . 172 

Skyrack Courier (Leeds) . . 144 

South Bank Express . . 166 

Elmsall Times . . 174 

Sowerby Bridge Times . . 174 

Sporting Pink (Leeds) . . 144 

Sports Echo (Leeds) . . 144 

Express (Hull) ... 141 

Mail (Hull) . . .141 



YOEKSHIEE -(Con.) 

PAOK 

Sports Gazette (Middlesbrough) 154 

Special 

Tadcaster News 
Tees-side Catholic News 

(Middlesbrough) 
Tees-side Herald 

(Middlesbrough) 
Thirsk Guardian 
News .... 

Wakefield Advertiser 

lixpress 

Weekly Citizen (Leeds) . 
West Yorkshire Pioneer 
(Skip ton) . 
Wetherby News 
Wharfedale Observer (Otley) 

Times COtley) . 

Whitby Gazette 

Wool Record . 

York Star .... 

Yorkshire Catholic Herald 

Daily Observer (Bradford) 

Early Bird (Sheffield) 

Evening News (Leeds) 

Evening Post (Leeds) 

Evening Press (York) . ,^ 

Factory Times (Dewsbury) 128 

Gazette (York) . 

Herald (York) 

News (York) ... 188 

Observer Budget . . lis 

Post (Leeds) . . .145 

Sports (Bradford) . . us 

Telegraph (Sheffield) . 171 

Weekly Herald (York) . ISS 

Post (Leeds) . . 145 



171 
177 

154 

154 

178 
178 

181 
181 
144 

173 
184 
161 
161 
184 
113 
188 
188 
113 
171 
14S 
145 



WALES. 



BEECENOCESEIBE. 

Brecon County Times 

nnd Radnor E3Dre^f 

Bryumawr Weekly Argus 



PAGE 

113 
113 

116 



CAESIOANSBIEE. 

Iberystwlth Despatch . . 101 

Cambrian News (Aberystwilh) 101 

Cardlfzan Advertiser . . 119 
Llau A'r Dywysogaeth 

(Lampeter) 143 

Welsh Gazette (Aberyetwith) 101 



CAEMAETHENSHIEE. 

Amman Valley Chronicle . 103 

Carmarthen Reporter . . 120 
Journal .... 119 

Llanelly Argus « « . .148 

Guardian .... 148 

Mercury . . . . 148 

Star 148 

Seren Cymru (Carmarthen) . 120 

South Wales Press (Llanelly). 148 

Welshman (Carmarthen) . 12U 



CAENARVONSHIEE. 

Bangor News .... 105 

Observer .... 105 

Bettwys-y-Coed News . . 108 

Ciimarvon Herald . . . 120 

Conway Standard ... 124 

Dinesydd Cymrelg . . .120 
Dcganwy Standard . . .127 
Gwalla (Bangor) . . . 105 
Herali Cymraeg (Carnarvon) . 120 
Llandudno Advertiser . . 148 
■^ — Directory . . , . 148 



CAENAEVONSHIEE-<Con.) 

PAGE 

Llandudno Junction Standard 148 

News 148 

Register .... 148 

Standard .... 148 

Llanfairfechan Weekly News . 148 

Standard .... 148 

North WalesChronicle (Bangor) 105 

Observer (Carnarvon) 120 

Standard (Conway) 124 

WeeklyNews (Conway) 124 

Penmaenmawr Weekly News , 162 

Standard .... 162 

Portmadoc Observer . . 164 

Pwllheli Observer ... 165 
Udgorn (Pwllheli) . . .165 

Vale of Clwyd Weekly News . 124 

Vale of Conway Weekly News 124 

Y Genedl Cymreig (Carnarvon) 120 

Y Qoleuad (Carnarvon) . . 120 

Y Werln ar Koo (Carnarvon) . 120 



DENBIOHSHIEE. 

Abergele Visitor . . . 101 

Times .... 101 

Weekly News . . . 101 

BaneracAmserauCymru(Denbigh)127 
Colwyn Bay Weekly News . 124 

Herald . . .124 

Standard . . .124 

Denbigh Advertlxer ... 183 

Free Press ... .127 

Llangollen Advertiser . . 149 
Llanrwst Free Press . . .149 

News 149 

Standard .... 149 

N.Wales Guardian (Wrexham) 188 

Times (Denbigh) . 127 

Rhos Herald (Ruabon) . . 168 
Welsh Coast Pioneer . . 124 
Wrexham Advertiser . . 188 
Journal . , , . 188 



FLINTSHIEE. 

PAGK 

County Herald (Holywell) . 139 

Flintshire Observer (Mold) . 155 
Prestatyn Weekly . . .164 

Rhyl Guardian ... 166 

Journal .... 166 

News 166 

Record .... 166 



GLAUOEGANSHIEE. 

Aberdare Express . 

Leader .... 

Post 



101 
101 
101 

106 
106 



Barry Dock News . 

Herald 

Caerphilly Journal . . .163 
Cambria Dally Leader (Swansea) 176 
Cambrian (Swansea) . . 176 
Cardiff Journal of Commerce. 118 

Times .... 118 

Darian (Aberdare) . . .101 
Evening Express (Cardiff) . 119 
Glamorgan Free Press (Pontypr'd)163 

Gazette (Bridgend) . . 113 

Times (Pontypridd) . . 163 

Herald of Wales (Swansea) . 177 
Merthyr Express . . . 163 
Mid-Rhondda Gazette 

(Pontypridd) . 163 
Mountain Ash Post . . 101 

Mumbles Weekly Press . . 177 
Pouarth Times . . . .162 
Pioneer (Merthyr) . . .154 
Pontypridd Observer . . 163 
Forth Gazette .... 164 
Porthcawl News . . . 164 
Rhondda Each Gazette . . 163 

Leader (Tonypandy). . 179 

S. Glamorgan Chron. (Bridgend) 113 
South Wales Daily New8(Cardiff) 119 

Daily Post (Swansea) 177 

Echo (Cardiff) . . 119 

Weekly Post (Swansea) 177 

Sporting News (Swansea) . 177 
Swansea Shippiug Register . 177 
Weekly Mall (Cardiff) . . 119 
Welsh Catholic Herald (Cardiff) 119 
Western Mail (Cardiff) . . 119 
Y Tyst (Merthyr) . . 154 | 



ISLE OF ANGLESEY. 

PAOB 

Holyhead Chronicle . . 189 

Mall 139 

Observer .... 139 

Y Glorianydd (Llangefni) . 148 

Y Wyntyll (Llangefni) . . 148 



HEBIONETHSHIBE. 

Adsain (Corwen) . . .124 

Barmouth Advertiser . , 105 

Gwyliedydd Newydd . . m 

Merioneth News (Dolgelly) . 128 

Towyn Times .... 180 

YCymro (Dolgelly) ... 128 

Y Dydd (Dolgelly) ... 128 

Y Rhedegydd(Blaenau) . . ill 

Y Soreu (Bala) .... 104 
Yr Wythnos a'r Eryr (Bala) . 104 



MONTOOMEBYSHIRE. 

Montgomery Express (New- 
town) 157 

Co. Times (Welshpool) . 183 



PEMBROKESHIRE. 

County Echo (Fishguard) 
Haverfordwest Telegraph 
Narterth News 
Miiford Haven Gazette . 
News in a Nutshell (Pembroke) 
Pembroke Co. Guardian (H'west) 
(Pembroke) . 



Dock Gazette 

Dock Journal . 

Herald (Haverfordwest) . 

Times 

Tenby Observer . 

Co. News . . . , 

Ward Davies's Free Press 
(Pembroke) . 



EADNOBSHIBE. 

Radn^rshirt Express 

— Standard (Llaudripdod) 



132 
137 
165 
164 
161 
137 
161 
161 
161 
187 
161 
178 
178 

161 



148 
148 



COUNTY INDEX TO BRITISH NEWSPAPERS. 



59 



SCOTLAND. 



ABEBDEENSHIBE. 






PAGE 


Aberdeen Free Press 


191 


Catholic Herald 


191 


Evening Express 


191 


Gazette 


191 


Journal . . . . 


191 


Weekly Free Press . 


191 


Journal 


191 


Buclian Observer (Peterliead) 


. 204 


Fishing News (Aberdeen) 


191 


Fraserburgh Advertiser . 


197 


Herald 


. 197 


Huntly Express 


200 


People's Journal (Aberdeen) 


191 



ABGTLLSHIBE. 

Argyll Advertiser (Lochgilp- 
head) 202 

Herald (Campbeltown) . 193 

Campbeltown Courier . . 193 
Dunoon Advertiser . . .195 

Herald . ... 195 

Observer .... 195 

Oban Times .... 203 



AYRSHIRE. 

Ardrossan Herald . . • 192 

Ayr Advertiser .... 192 

Observer .... 192 

Post 192 

Carrick Herald (Glrvan) . . 197 
Cumnock Chronicle . . .194 

Dairy Herald .... 194 

Irvine Herald .... 200 

Times 200 

Kilmarnock Herald . . .200 

Standard .... 200 

Kilwinning Chronicle . . 201 

Largs Weekly News . . . 201 

StevenstonNews ... 204 

Trooii Herald .... 206 

Times 205 

Weekly Supplement (Galston) 197 



BANFFSHIBE. 

Banffshire Advertiser (Buckie) 193 

Herald (Keith) . . 2(0 

Journal (Banff) . . 192 

Reporter (Portsoy) . . 204 

Dufftown News ... .194 



BEBWICKSHIBE. 

Berwickshire Advertiser (Duns) 195 
News (Duns) . . .196 



CAITHNESS-SHIBE. 

Caithness Courier (Thurso) . 205 

John-o'-Groat Journal (Wick J 205 

Northern Ensign (Wick) . . 205 



CLACEMANNANSHIBE 

Alloa Advertiser . . .191 

Circular .... 191 

Journal .... 191 

Devon Tribune (Tlllycoultry). 205 
Hlllfoots Record (Alva) . . 192 



DUMBABTONSHIBE. 

Clydebank Press . . .193 
Dumbarton Herald . . .194 
HeleusburghNews . . .199 

Times .... 199 

Klrkhitilloch Gazette . . 201 

Herald .... 201 

Lennox Herald (Dumbarton) . 194 
Maryhill Herald . . .202 
Irtilngavie Herald . , ,202 



BUUrSIXSSHIBE. 

PAGE 

Annandale Observer . . 192 

Herald (Lockerbie) . . 202 

Dumfries Courier ... 194 

Standard .... 194 

Eskdale Advertiser (Langholm) 201 

Lockerbie News . . . 202 

MoflatNews .... 202 



EBINBUBGHSHIBE. 



196 
194 
204 
196 
196 
196 
202 
202 
202 



204 
203 



Catholic Herald (Edinburgh) . 
Dalkeith Advertiser . 
Edinburgh Citizen (Portobello) 

Evening Dispatch . 

News .... 

Gazette .... 

Leith Bursrhs Pilot . 

Commercial List 

Observer .... 

Mid-Lothlan Journal (Porto- 
bello) 

MusselbHrgta News . 
North Brit. Agriculturist (Ediu.) 196 
People's Journal (Edinburgh) . 196 
Scots Law Times (Edinburgh) 196 
Scotsman (Edinburgh) . .196 
Weekly Scotsman (Edinburgh) 196 



ELGIN. 

Elgin Courant .... 196 
Forres Gazette .... 197 
Northern Scot (Elgin) . . 196 
Strathspey Herald (Grantown) 199 
News (Grantown) . . 199 



ISLE OF BUTE. 



FIFESHIBE. 



Cowdenbeath News . . . 193 

Mail 193 

Dunfermline Express . . 195 

Joui-nal . . . .195 

Press 195 

Bast of Fife Record (AnstrutLer) 192 
Fife Herald (Cupar) ... 194 

Free Press (Kirkcaldy) . 201 

News (Cupar) . . . 194 

Flfeshire Advertiser (Kirkcaldy) 201 
Kirkcaldy Mall . ... 201 

Times .... 201 

Leven Advertiser . . .202 

Mail 202 

People's Journal (Cupar). . 194 
Rosyth Mail .... 195 
St. Andrews Citizen . . . 204 
West Fife Echo (Cowdenbeath) 195 



FOBFABSHIBE. 

Arbroath Guide . ... 192 

Herald .... 192 

Brechin Advertiser ... 193 
Broughty Advertiser . . 193 

Ferry Guide . . .193 

Carnoustie Gazette . . .193 

Herald .... 193 

Dundee Advertiser . . .195 

Catholic Herald : . 195 

Courier .... 195 

Evening Telegraph (Dundee) 195 
Forfar Dispatch ... 197 

Herald .... 197 

Review .... 197 

Kirriemuir Free Press . . 201 

Observer . . . .201 

Montrose Review ... 202 

Standard .... 202 

People's Journal (Dundee) . 195 

(Forfar) . . .197 

Post (Dundee) .... 195 
Saturday Post (Dundee) . . 195 
Thomson's Weekly News 
(Dundee) . . . .195 



HADDINGTONSHIBE. 

Haddington Advertiser . . 109 
Courier .... 199 



INVEBNESS-SHIBE. 

Highland News (Inverness) . 200 

Leader (Inverness) . . 200 

Times (Inverness) . . 200 

Inverness Courier . . . 200 

Football Times ... 200 

Northern Chronicle (Inverness) 200 

People's Journal (Inverness) , '200 



Buteman (Rothesay) 
Rothesay Express . 



PAQB 

204 

. 204 



KINCABDINESHIBE. 

Kincardine L'kirk Observer . 201 

Mearns' Leader (Stonehaven) 205 

Stonehaven Journal . . . 205 



KntECUDBBIGHTSHIBE. 

Kirkcudbright Advertiser (Castle 

Douglas) . ... 193 
Stewartry Observer (Dalbeattie) 194 



KIintOSS.SHIBE. 

Klnross-shlreAdvertlser . . 201 
Courier .... 201 



LANABESHIBE. 

Airdrie Advertiser . 
Bailie (Glasgow) 
Bellshill Speaker 
Bulletin (Glasgow) . 
Cambuslang Advertiser 

Pilot . 

Carluke Gazette 
Coatbridge Express . 

Leader 

Ctoimty Record . 
Dally Record (Glasgow) 
Eastern Argus (Glasgow) 
Evening News (Glasgow) 

Times (Glasgow) 

Glasgow Citizen 

Herald 

Observer . 

Star and Examiner 

Weekly Herald . 

News . 

Govan Pi-ess 
Hamilton Advertiser 
Lanark Gazette 
Lanarkshire (Hamilton) 

Catholic Herald 

Examiner (Lanark) 

Motherwell Standard 

Times 

National Guardian (Glasgow) 
Partick PrMs . 

GazetW 

People's Journal (Glasgow) 
PoUokshaws News . 
Post (Glasgow) . 
Rutherglen Reformer 
Scottish Farmer (Glasgow) 
Southern Press (Glasgow) 
Scots Pictorial . 
Uddingston Standard 
Weekly Mail and Record 

(Glasgow) . 
Western News (Glasgow) 
Wishaw Herald 
Press . , 



191 
197 
192 
197 
193 
193 
193 
193 
193 
197 
198 
198 
198 
198 
198 
198 
198 
198 
198 
198 
198 
199 
201 
199 
193 
201 
202 
203 
198 
198 
198 
198 
198 
199 
204 
199 
199 
199 



199 
199 
205 
206 



LINLITH60WSHIBK 

Bo'ness Journal . . . 192 
Linlithgow Gazette . . .202 
Lothian Express (Bathgate) . 192 
West Lothian Courier (Bathgate) 192 



MIDLOTHIAN. 

Midloth'iiAdTertifler(W.Calder) 206 



NAIBNSHIBE. 

Nairnshire Telegraph (Nairn) BOB 
Nairn Co. Press . . . .203 



OBBNEYS. 

Orcadian (Kirkwall) . . 201 
Orkney Herald (KlrkwuU) . 201 



FEBTHSHIBE. 

Alyth Gazette .... 192 

Guardian .... 192 

Bellman (Perth) . . .203 
Blairgowrie Advertiser . . 192 
Bridge of Allan Gazette . .193 
Callander Advertiser , . 193 
Crieff Advertiser . . .194 
Perthshire Advertiser (Perth). 203 

Courier (Perth) . . 203 

Constitutional (Perth) . 203 

People's Journal (Perth). . 203 
Reporter (Blairgowrie) . . 192 
Scottish Fanning News (Perth) 203 
Stratbearn Herald (CrleO) 194 



PEXBLESSHIBE. 

Peebles News .... 203 
Peeblesshire Advertiser (Peebles) 203 

Standard ... 203 

St. Ronan's Standard (Inner> 

leithen) .... 200 



BENFBEWSHIBE. 

Barrhead News . 

Clydesdale Catholic Herald 

(Greenock) . 
Gourock Times 
Greenock Herald 

Telegraph. 

Johnstone Advertiser 
Paisley Daily Express 

Gazette 

Port Glasgow Express 



BOSS-SHIBE. 

Invergordon Times ... 200 

Northern Weekly (Dingwall) . 194 

North Star (Dingwall) . . 194 

Ross -shire Journal (Dingwall) 194 



BOXBUBGHSHIBE. 



Hawick Express 

News . 

Jedburgh Gazette 
Kelso Chronicle 
Mall . 



SELKIBK. 

Border Standard (Galashiels) . 197 

Telegraph (Galashlelsj . 197 

Selkirk Advertiser ... 204 

Southern Reporter (Selkirk) . 204 



SHETLAND ISLES. 

Shetland News (Lerwick) 
Times (Lerwick) . 



STIBLINGSHIBE. 

Bridge of Allan Reporter (Stir- 
ling) .... 
Falkirk Herald . 

Mail .... 

Grangemouth Advertiser 
Kilsyth Chronicle . 

Journal 

People's Journal (Stirling) 
Stirling Journal . . 

Observer . 

Saturday Observer . 

Sentinel . 



SUTHEBLAND. 

Northern Times (Golspie) . 199 

WIGTOWNSHIBE. 

Galloway Advertiser (Stranraer) 205 
G azette (Newton S(ewart) %Q^ 



60 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY, 



IRELAND. 



ANTSIM. 



PAGE 
. 207 
. 207 
, 207 



Ballymena Observer . 

Weekly Telegraph . 

Ballynioney Free Press . 

Belfast Evening Telegraph . 208 

News-Letter . . .208 

Weekly News . . .208 

Weekly Telegraph . . 208 

Christian Advocate (Belfast) . 208 
Carrlckfergus Advertiser . . 209 
Ireland's Saturday Night 

(Belfast) 203 

Irish News (Belfast) . . .208 

Weekly (Belfast) . . 208 

Larne Times . . . , 213 
Llsburn Herald . . . .213 

Standard . . . .213 

North Antrim Standard (Bally- 
money) 207 

Northern Whig (Belfast) . . 208 
Ulster Echo (Belfast) . . 208 

Guardian . . . .208 

Weekly Northern Whig(Belfast) 209 
Witness (Belfast) . . .209 



ABMA6H. 

Armagh Guardian . 
Lurgan Mail 
Portadown Express . 

News • 

Ulster Gazette (Armagh) 



CAELOW. 

Carlow Sentinel 
Nationalist (Carlow) 



CAVAN. 

A n glo-Celt ( Cavan) . 
Irish Post (Cavan) . 



CLABE. 

Clare Champion (Ennis) 

Journal (Enuis) . 

Kllruuh Herald . 
Saturday Record (Knnis) 



207 
214 
315 
215 

207 



209 
209 



209 
209 



212 
212 
213 
212 



CORK. 

Cork Constitution . . .210 

County Eagle (Ski bbereen) 215 

Examiner .... 210 

Evening Echo . . . 210 

Weekly Examiner . . 210 

Free Press . . .210 

News . ... 210 



DONEGAL. 

Donegal Vindicator (Bally- 

Hhanuon) 207 

— — Independent . . .213 



DOWN. 

PAGE 

Banbridge (Jhronicle . . 208 

Co. Down Spectator (Bangor.) . 208 
Down Recorder . . . 210 

Dromoro Leader . . • 210 

Times . . . .210 

Frontier Sentinel (Newry) . 214 
N'ewry Reporter .... 215 

Telegraph . . . .215 

Newtownards Chronicle . . 215 
Herald 208 

— Spectator .... 215 
N'orth Down Herald (Bangor) . 208 



DUBLIN. 

Church of Ireland Gaz. (Dublin) 210 
~ ^ '----- 211 

210 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
212 



Daily Express (Dublin) 
Dublin Evening Mail 

Gazette 

Saturday Post . 

Evening Herald . 

Telegraph . 

Parmer's Gazette 
Freeman's Journal . 
Gselic Athlete . 
General Advertiser . 
Irish Catholic . 

Field . 

Independent 

Law Times . 

Opinion 

Times . 

Weekly Independent 

Weekly Mail 

Leader .... 
New Ireland 
Saturday Herald 
Sport .... 
Sunday Freeman (Dublin) 

Independent (Dublin) 

Weekly Freeman 
Irish Times . 



FEBMANAOH. 

Fermanagh Herald (EnnlskiUcn) 212 

News 212 

Times ( Enniskillen) . . 212 

Impartial Reporter(Enni8kiIlen) 212 



GALWAV. 

Connacht Tribune • . .212 
East Galway Democrat (Ballina- 

sloe) 207 

Galway Express . . . . 212 

Leader 212 

Observer . . . .212 

Pilot 213 

Loughrea Ouardiau . . .214 
Tuam Herald . . . .216 

People 216 

Western News (Balliuasloe) . 207 



ZEEBY. 

Kerry Advocate (Tralee) . . 2I6 

Evening Post (Tralee) . 216 

News (Tralee) , . .216 

Press (Tralee) . . . 216 

Sentinel (Tralee) . . 216 

Weekly Reporter (Tralee) 216 

Klliarney Echo (Tralee) . . 216 



EILDABE. 

Kildare Observer (Naas) . . 214 
Lciuster Leader (Naas) . . 214 



KILKENNY. 

Kilkenny Journal . . .213 

Moderator . . . .213 

People , . . .213 



KING'S COUNTY. 

PAGB 
King's Co. Chronicle (Birr) . 209 

Independent (TuUamore) . 216 

Leinster Reporter (Tullaraore) 216 
Midland Tribune (Birr) . . 209 



LEITEIM. 

Leitrim Advertiser (Mohlll) . 214 
Observer (Carrick) . . 209 



LIUEBICK. 

Irish Notes 214 

Limerick Chronicle . . .213 

Leader 213 

Echo 213 

Munster News (Limerick) , . 213 
Weekly Observer . . .214 



LONDONDEBBY. 



Coleralne Chronicle . 
Derry Journal . 

— News . 

People . 

Standard 

Iri^li Daily Telegraph 
Londonderry Sentinel 



209 
213 
213 
213 
213 
213 
213 



Northern Constitution (Coleralne)210 



LONGFOBD. 

Longford Independent . . 214 

.Tournal .... 214 

Leader 214 



LOTJTH. 

Advertiser (Drogheda) . . 210 

Drogheda Argus . . . . 210 

Independent . . .210 

Dundalk Democrat . . . 212 

Examiner . . . .212 

Herald . . . .212 



MAYO. 

Ballina Herald . . . .207 
Conuaught Telegraph (Castlebar) 209 
Mayo News (Westport) . . 216 
Western People (Ballina). . 207 



MEATH. 

Meath Herald (Kells). 
Clironicle . 



213 
213 



MONAGHAN. 

Monaghan Democrat . . 214 
Northern Standard (Monaghan) 214 



QUEEN'S COUNTY. 
Leinster Express (Maryborough) 214 



BOSCOMMON. 

Roscommon Herald (Boyle) . t09 

Journal .... 215 

Messenger .... 215 

Strokestown Democrat . . 215 

Western NationaUst (Boyle) . 209 



SLIGO. 

Sligo Champion . . .215 

Independent . . .215 

ThuM 215 



TIPPEBAEY. 



Cashei Sentinel .... 

Clonmel Chronicle 

Mid. Cos. Advertiser (Roscrea) 

Nationalist (Clonmel) 

Nenagh Guardian • . . _ 

News 214 

Tipperary Star (Thurles) . . 215 



I PAGE 
. 209 
209 
215 
209 
214 



TYBONE. 

Dungannon Democrat 

Mid Ulster Mail (Cookstown) 

Strabane Chronicle . 

News .... 

Tyrone Constitution (Omagh) 

Courier (Dungannon) 

Ulster Herald (Oiuagli) 



WATEBFOBD. 

Munster Express (Waterford) 
Waterford Evening News 

Weekly News 

Standard . 

Star .... 



212 

210 
215 
215 
215 
212 
215 



216 
216 
216 
216 
216 



WESTMEATH. 

Midland Reporter (Muilingar) 214 
Westmeath Examiner (Mui- 
lingar) 214 

Westmeath Guardian (Muilingar) 214 
Independent (Athlone) . 207 



WEXFOBD. 

Echo (Enniscorthy) . 
Enniscorthy Guardian 
Free Press (Wexford) 
New Ross Standard . 
People (Wexford) 



WICKLOW. 

Bray Herald 
Wicklow News Letter 

People . 

Press . 



BRITISH ISLES. 



212 

212 

216 
214 
216 



209 
216 
216 
216 



ISLE OF MAN. 

Isle of Man Examiner (Douglas) 217 

Times (Douglas). . . 217 

Mona's Herald (Douglas) . . 217 
Peel Guardian .... 217 
Ramsey Courier . . . .217 



GUEBNSEY. 

Gazette de Guernsey . 
Guernsey Advertiser . 

Evening Press . 

Weekly Press 

Star .... 



JEBSEY. 

Chronique de Jersey . 

Evening Post 

Jersey Illustrated Weekly 

Weekly Post 

Morning News . 
New Jersey man . 
Nouvelle Chronique . 



217 
217 
217 
217 
217 



217 
217 
817 
217 
217 
217 
2i7 



61 



INDEX TO LEADING BRITISH CLASS PAP ERS & PERIODICALS. 

Divided into Sections as follows: (i) Trades; (2) Professional; [(3) Educational, 
Music and Literary ; (4) Political, Social and Official ; (5) Religious ; (6) Sports, 
Pastimes, Athletics, Hobbies nn<\ Pets; (7) Fashion and Miscellaneous. 



PAGE 

kgrlcTiltTire ...Agicultural Gaz, ... 81 

„ Economist 219 

„ News ... 220 

" ... ,, Stdnt8'Gaz.220 

...American Agricltrist. 220 

...Ark 221 

„ ...Board of, Returns ... 220 

„ ...Co-op.in Agriculture 231 

„ • ...Farm, Field and 

Fireside 85 

...Farm and Home ... 85 

;: .. „ Life ... ... 85 

„ ...Farmer 85 

...Farmers' Advocate 236 
...Farmers' Herald ... 2.S6 
...Farmers' Gaz. ... 211 

„ ...Field 86 

...Grower k Distribu- 
' tor 240 

„ ...Irish Farmer ... 244 

,, ... „ Farming World 244 

„ ... „ Homestead ... 246 

„ ... Jnl. of Agric.Science 246 

„ ...Journal of Board of 

Agriculture 246 
„ ... Jnl. of Cent. Chambs. 

of Agriculture 246 
„ ...Jml. of the Dept. of 

Agriculture 246 
...Jnl. of Farmers' 

Club 247 
...Mark Lane Express 89 
...North Brit. Agrcltst. 196 

,, ...Our Land 259 

„ ...Rev. of App. 

Entomology 265 

...Rural World ... 266 

V „ ...Scottish Farmer ... 199 

I ' ... „ Farming News 203 

... „ Farm Servant 267 

.. ...Small Holder ... 268 

I ... „ „ Gazette 268 

j " ...Women's Farm L'flet 276 

ipartments ...Bridgen's Htl. Guide 225 

■^ „ ...Dalton's Advertiser 232 

„ ...Employment and 

Aparts. Register 235 

...Flatland 237 

" ...Flats 237 

„ ...Heron's Flat and 

Est. Mart 241 

„ ...Homefinder 242 

...London Ap. Advtr. 251 
„ ...Univ. Hotel Gaz. ... 273 

„ ...Where to Live ... 275 

(acr and TJiubrella Bag and Umbrella 
^ Trader 222 



iaking and 
oufectionery 



...Baker & Confectioner 222 

...Bakers' Record ... 82 
... „ Review ... 222 
... „ Times ... 222 

...British Baker ... 225 
„ and Foreign 
Confectioner 225 
...Confectioners Union 231 



ellxinsrerg 



ill Fosters 



lacksmitlis 



..Confectionery 


231 


..Journeyman's 




Magazine ... 
...Master Baker 


248 


253 


..Miller 


90 


..Practical Baker 


262 


...Bell News & Ringer' fi 




Record 


223 


...Ringing World 


265 


...Bill Poster 


223 


..Placard 


261 


..Blacksmith & Wheel- 




wright 


223 


.Farriers' Jnl. 


236 



...Foundry Trade Jnl.... 237 



(1) TRADES. 

PAGE 

Boot & S. MakersFootwear 237 

„ ...Nat. B. & S. Rep. ... 256 

„ ... Scottish Shoe and 

Leather Trader 267 
„ ...Shoe& Leather News 92 

„ ... „ Recrd. 92 

,, ...Shoe Manufacturer 268 

„ ...Shoe Trades Journal 93 

Book-binding ...Paper Box and Book- 
binders' Journal 259 
„ ...Printers' Sales and 

Wants 262 

Boz-making ...Box Makers J'urnal 224 
,, ...Paper Box Maker... 259 

Brewers Brewer and Wine 

Merchant 225 

„ Brewers' (Jazette ... 82 

„ „ Journal ... 225 

„ Brewing Trade Rev. 226 

,, Journal of Inst, of 

Brewing 247 

„ National Guardian... 198 

Brick & Tile ...Brick and Pottery 

Trade Journal 225 

, British Clayworker 226 

Pottery Gazette ... 262 

^, Quarry 263 

Slate Trade Gazette 268 

Bmsli-making ...Brush-making ... 226 

Builders Architect 82 

„ „ & Builder's 

Journal 82 

„ Bigg's Contractor's 

Record 223 

„ British Architect ... 225 

Builder 83 

Building Industries 226 

News ... 83 

' „ Soc, Gaz. 226 

„ Trade ... 83 

„ World ... 83 

„ Church Builder ... 229 

, Concrete 231 

,, Contract Gazette ... 231 

,, Contract Journal ... 84 

„ Contractor 84 

,, Contractor's Chron. 84 

„ Contractor's Record 231 

,, Con tractors Trade J'l 231 

,^ Ferro-Concrete ... 236 

...Garden Cities and 
■■ Town Planning ... 238 

Housing Journal ... 242 

Ideal Homes ... 243 

Illu8.Carpenter&Bldr.243 

Irish Builder ... 244 

Jl Jnl.of Clerks of Wrks 247 

Jnl.ofOperative Stone 

Masons 247 

London Builder ... 251 

, Master Builder ... 253 

Nat. Fed. Record ... 2^56 

,, Public Works ... 263 

Settmaker's Journal 268 

"^ Stonetrade Journal... 270 

Surveying Jc Housing 

World 271 

„ Town Planning Rev. 272 

Butchers Meat Trades Journal 253 

Cabinet Makers.. .Cabinet Maker ... 83 
Carpenters ...Illus.Carpenter&Bldr.243 
. Jml. of Inst, of 
" Carpenters 247 

Carriage B'ildersAutomobile and Car- 

riage Builders' Jrnal 222 

...Coopers Vehicle Jl. 232 

" ...Motor Coach Work 255 

Caterers Caterer ... ... 227 

Catering Worker ... 227 



Caterers Chief Steward 

...Food and Cookery... 
...Golf Club Steward 
...Hotel Review 
...Marine Caterer 
...Master Baker and 
Caterer 



PAOK 

.. 228 

.. 2.37 

239 

242 

253 



253 



Cattle Dealers 



..Temperance Caterer 271 

.Live Stock Journal 89 
.Meat Trades Journal 253 

Cin'mat'gr'pky Bioecope 223 

„ ...Cinema News ... 230 
,, ...Cinematograph Ex- 
hibitors Mail ... 230 
,, ...Express Overseas Mail 236 
Film Pilot 236 

... „ Renter 236 

„ ...Hepworths P. Play 

Paper 241 
„ ...Irish Limelight ... 245 

„ ...KinematographWkly. 248 

,, ...Monthly Film Record 255 

„ ...Moving Picture List 256 

„ ...On and Off 258 

,, ...Picture & Picturegoer 261 

,, ... „ Palace News 261 

... „ Stories Mag. 261 
„ ...Screen 267 

Coal Coal and Iron ... 84 

„ Coal Merchant ... 230 

„ Colliery Guardian... 84 

„ Rescue ... 231 

Iron & Coal Trd. Rev. 88 

London Billof Entry 251 

S. Wales Coll. Off. 

Magazine 269 

Commercial ...African World ... 219 
„ ...Allied British Com- 
merce 220 

„ ...Amateur Trader ... 220 

„ ...Anglo-Norwegian Jnl. 220 

... „ Russian ... 220 

... „ Swedish Jnl. 220 

,, ...Anti-cutting Record 221 

„ ...B'ham Ch'm of Com Jl 223 

■ ...Board of Trade Jml. 82 

...Br'df'dCh of Trade Jl 224 

„ ...Britannia Abroad ... 225 

„ ' ...British-Made Goods 226 

„ ... ,, Manufacturer 226 

„ ... British Trade Review 226 

„ ...Business 227 

„ ...Cardiff Jml. of Com. 118 

...Chamberof Com. JL 228 

...Clerk 230 

„ ...Commerce 231 

„ ...Commercial Cases ... 231 

„ ... „ Education 231 

„ ... „ Intr'duction23l 

„ ... „ Motor ... 231 

„ Review ... 231 
„ World ... 84 
„ ...Daily Com. Report ... 232 

„ Reg. of New Go's 232 

„ ...Efficiency Magazine 234 

„ ...El Commerciante and 

S. Am. Market 2.^4 
„ ...El Commercio His- 

pano Britt. 234 
„ ...Empire Notes ... 235 

„ ...Good Lines 239 

„ ...Hull Trade Transit ... 242 

„ ...Impressions 243 

„ ...Indent Gazette ... 243 

„ ...Industrial Progress... 243 

,, ...Inst, of Comm. Mag. 244 

„ ...Irish Indus. Jnl. ... 245 

„ ...Japanese Joumal ... 245 

„ ...Jl. of Com. (L'pool) 147 

„ ... Jl.of Dom. Appliances 246 



62 



THE NEWSI^APER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



Commercial 



Co-operation 



Co-FartnersMp 
Com Trade 



Cycle Trade 
Dairying 

»> ••• 
Decorators 



Drapers 



Dyers 
Zlectrioity 



PAGE 
.Leith Com, List ... 202 
.L'pool Brokers' Circ, 251 
.London Com. Record 89 
.Made in Britain ... 252 
.Manch'ter Chm. of Cm. 262 
.Mantifacturer's Prices 
Current 253 

,. Representative 253 

.Mercantile Guardian 253 

„ Test ... 253 

.Monthly Statement... 255 

.Mutua Confidentia... 266 

.0 Espelho 268 

.On the Road ... 258 

• Organifer 259 

.Produce MarhetsRev'w 91 
.Public Ledger ... 80 

. „ Evening Report 263 

.P^tailer 265 

.Sales Promotion ... 266 

.Schemes 266 

.Scottish Bus. Jnl. ... 267 

.Secretary 268 

.Shop Assistant ... 268 

.Small Trader 268 

.Statist 93 

.Status Gazette ... 270 
.Stnbbs' Gazette ... 270 
.Swedish Journal ... 271 

.System 271 

.Times Trade Supp. ... 272 
.Trade and Finance ... 272 
.Trade Openings ... 272 
.Tropical Life ... 273 

.Typewriter Topics 273 
.Weekly Intelligencer 274 

„ Statement ... 276 
.West African Gazette 275 
.West Indian Bulletin 275 
.World's Work ... 277 
.Better Business ... 223 
.Co-op. in Agriculture 281 
..Co-operative i^ews... 151 
.Intern. Co-op. Bull. 244 

.Producer 263 

.Prosperity 263 

.Russian Co-operator 266 
Scottish Co-operator 267 

Wheatsheaf 276 

..Co-Partnership ... 232 
..Co- Partnership Jnl. 232 
..Broomhall's Com 

Trade News ... 226 

..London Corn Circular 251 

,, Grain Rep.... 261 

..Miller 90 

..Millers' Gazette ... 264 

..Milling 264 

..Bicycling News ... 223 
,.Motor& Cycle Trader 256 
...Creamery Manager 232 

..Dairy 232 

.. „ World 232 

..Dairyman 232 

...Art Decorator ... 221 

..Decorator 233 

„ Magazine 233 

..Fine Arts Trade Jnl . 237 
..Journal of Dec. Art 246 
...Credit Draper ... 232 

...Draper {^5 

..Drapers' Organiser 233 
..Drapers' Record ... 85 
..Drapery Gazette ... 233 
..Irish Draper ... 244 

...Ladv's Wear Trade 

Jnl 249 

...Linen Trade Circ. ... 260 

..Dyer 284 

...Journal of Dyera ... 248 

.Beama 223 

. British Westinghouse 

Gazette 226 

...Electric Journal ... 284 

...Electrical Contractor 284 

...Electrical Field ... 236 

„ Industries 285 

„ Plant ... 2,S6 

» Revievr... 86 

Times ... 86 

Trades JnL236 



Electricity 



EngineeriniT 



PAGE 

.Electrician 85 

.Electricity 235 

.Electrics 235 

..Electric Vehicle ... 235 
..Illuminating Engnr. 243 
..Journal of Institute 247 
..Junior Mechanics 

and Electricity ... 248 
..Lighting Journal ... 250 
..Model Eng. & Elec. 256 
..P.O. Elec. Engineers' 

Journal 262 

..Science Abstracts ... 267 
..Tramway and Rail- 
way World ... 272 

..Unit 273 

..Zodiac 278 

..Acetylene Lighting 

and Welding Jnl. 219 
...Amal. Engineers 'Jnl. 220 
..American Machinist 81 
..Automobile Engin'r 222 
..B'ham Engin'ring 

and Mining Jnl. 223 
..Boiler Maker ... 224 

..BritishJnl.of Engr'g 225 
..Brit. Machinery Gaz. 226 
..Cassier's Monthly ... 227 
..Cheap Steam ... 228 
...Chem. Engineering 228 
„ Jnl. & Eng. 228 
..Civil Engineering ... 230 
...Concrete and Con- 
struct. Eng. ... 231 
...Contractor's Rec. 

andMun. Eng. ... 231 
..Domestic Engineering 233 
..Eastern Engineering 234 

..Engineer 86 

..Engineers'Advertiser 

(Glasgow) 235 

..Engineering ... 85 

„ Abstracts 236 
,, Diary ... 235 
,, Gazette... 235 
„ Notes ... 236 
„ Review 235 

Times ... 236 

...English Mechanic ... 85 
..Gas Engrs. Mag. ... 238 
...Illuminating Engin'r 243 
...Industrial Engineer 243 
...Ingeniero Industrial 243 
...Ingenieurlndustriel 243 
...Irish Builder & Eng. 244 
...Intern. Marine Eng. 244 
...Jnl. of Inst. Elec. 

Eng. 247 

... ,, of Mec. Enginrs. 247 
... „ of Mun. Enginrs. 247 
... „ San. Eng. ... 247 

...Jnl. of Marine Eng. 247 
... Jnl. ofSoc.of Engrs. 245 
...Junior Inst.Eng. Jnl. 248 
...Kahncrete Eng. ... 248 
..Machinery Market.^. 89 
...Managing Engineer 252 
..Marine Engineer ... 2.73 
„ Engineering 253 
..Mariner & Eng. Rec. 253 
..Mechanical Engineer 253 
„ World... 152 
...Mill Frac. and Eng. 

News 254 

...Mining Wld. & Eng. 

Rec 90 

...Minutes of Proc. of 

Civil. Engs. ... 2.54 
...Model Engineer ... 2.56 
...Municipal Eng. ... 90 
...Page's Weekly ... 2.59 
...P.O. Elec. Eng. Jnl, 262 
...Power Specialist ... 262 

... ,, User 262 

...Practical Engineer 262 
...Printers' Engineer 262 
...Proc. Inst. Mun. 

Eng. 262 

...Public Works ... 263 
..Railway Engineer... 264 
... Railway &Loc. Eng. 264 
..Science Abstracts ... 267 



PAOB 

En^ueering ...Science and Mining 267 
„ ...South African Eng. 269 

,, ...Steamship 270 

,, ...Surveyor 93 

„ ...Times Eng. Supp. 272 

„ ...Trans. Inst. Min. 

Engrs 272 

„ ...University L'pool 

Eng. Jnl 273 

,, ...Vulcan 274 

„ ...Water Engineering 274 

Estates Estates Magazine ... 235 

,, Estates' Gazette ... 85 

,, Factors's Magazine 236 

„ Heron's Estate Mart 241 

„ Jnl. Soc. Estate 

Clerks of Works 248 
,, Jnl. of Land Agents 

Soc 247 

„ Land Agents' Record 88 

„ Land Union Jnl. ... 249 

,, Property Owners'Jnl. 263 

., Scottish Register ... 267 

,, Smallholder 267 

,, Smallholder 268 

,, „ Gazette 268 

Exchange & Sale Art Prices Current 221 

,, Auction Sale Prices 222 

,, Bazaar 82 

,, Book Auction Recrds 224 

,, Bric-a-Brac 226 

,, British Machinery 

Gazette 226 

,, Philips Machine Reg. 260 

,, Printers' Sales and 

Wants 262 

,, Sotheran's Prices 

Curr 269 

Explosives ...Arms & Explosives 221 

Exports Brit. & S.A. Ex. Gaa. 226 

„ „ Export Gaz.... 225 

„ „ made Goods 226 

„ Trade Jnl. ... 226 

„ , ., Review 226 

„ Export World ...^36 

„ Indent Gazette ... 243 

,, Intern. Customs Jnl. 244 

Kellv'sTrade Review 248 

„ L'pool Bill of Entry 260 

,, Manufacturers' Post 253 

,, ,, Prices Current 253 

„ Motor Export Trader 256 

., Produce Markts.Rev. 91 

„ South America ... 269 

,, Status Gazette ... 27U 

„ Trade & Navigation 272 

„ ... ...Trade Openings ... 272 

,, Trade Opportunities 272 

Fanciers Feathered World ... 8(1 

„ Fur and Feather ... 23'^ 

„ Homing Pigeon ... 242 

„ Live Stock Journal... n' 

„ Pigeons 2i3l 

„ Racing Pigeon ... 2rW 

Financial Bankers' Magazine 222 

...B'ham Stock Ex. List 223 
...Bondholder8'Kegi8ter224 
...British Railway Divi- 
dends 226 

...Capitalist 

...Citizen 

...City John Bull 

... „ Oracle 

... „ Review 

...Commerce 

...Coventry Share List 

...Critic 

...Economist B6 

...Edin. Share List ... 234 
...Electrical Industries 
and Investments 



84 
. 84 
230 

84 



...Empire 23$ 

...Enterprise flS 

...Finance 81 

Chronicle ... 

„ Union 
...Financial Chronicle 

Critic ... 236 

Mail ... 236 

„ News ... 79 

„ Observer ... 236 



INDEX TO LEADING BRITISH CLASS PAPERS AND PERIODICALS. 



63 



PAGE 

Tiuancial Financial Opinion ... 236 

„ „ Outlook ... 86 

„ , Eeview of 

Keviews 237 

„ , Eeview ... 236 

„ „ Standard 86 

„ „ Times ... 79 

„ Tit Bits ... 237 

„ „ Truth ... 79 

„ „ World ... 86 

, Financier ... ... 79 

, Fortnightly Fin. Eev. 237 

„ Glasgow Stock and 

Share List 239 

, Investment Eeg. ... 244 

,, Investors' Guardian 87 

, „ Manual... 244 

„ „ Eeview ... 87 

„ Irish Inv. Guardian 245 

„ Tohnfon'sS. E, Bept. 245 

I „ Joint .Stock Co.'sJnl. 88 

„ Kemp's Merc. Gaz. 248 

„ L'pool Brokers' Circ. 251 

„ „ Stock List ... 251 

I , London Leader ... 251 

I ,, Market Mail 263 

I „ „ Review ... 253 

Mathieson's Tables 253 

...Money 90 

...Monev Mkt. Review 90 
...Monthly Mng.Hdbk. 256 
...Plymouth Share List 261 
...Rubber Co.'s Positn. 265 
... „ World ... 92 
...Scottish Critic ... 267 

...Searchlight 267 

...Shareholder's Eev. 268 
...S.Wales In. Circ. ... 269 

...Statist 93 

...Stockbroker ... 270 

...Stock Exchange ... 93 

... „ „ D. List 270 

„ „ Gazette 93 

... „ „ Rev. ... 270 

... ,, „ Sup.List 270 

... „ M W.Intel. 270 

„ & Shareholder 270 

...Stubbs' Gazette ...270 

...Times Prospectuses 272 

„ Results of Co.'s 272 

. . . Trade and Finance 2 72 

...Universal Quarterly 273 

„ St'ck EepM; 273 

...War Savings ... 274 

...Weekly Report ... 275 

. . . West African Gazette 276 

...British Fire Preven- 
tion Red Books... 237 
...British Journals ... 237 

...Fire 237 

...Fireman 237 

...First Aid 237 

ah Trade ...Fish Trades Gazette 86 
Fishing News ... 191 
Fraserburgh Herring 

Circular 237 

ixfcJuteTradeDundeePricesCurrent234 
Irish & Scotch Jute 

Journal 244 

..Journal of Forestry 246 

..Timber 93 

.. „ Trades Jnl. 93 

„ News 271 

..Trans. Scot. Arb. '... 272 
..Fruit, Flower and 

Vegetable 86 
..Fruit Grower ... 86 
..Grower & Distributor 240 



restry 



ait Trade 



1 rnishing 

V Trade 
tuekeepers 

rdenin^ 



...Cabinet Maker ... 83 
...Church Furnisher ... 229 
...Furniture Record ... 238 

...Fur World 238 

...Gamekeeper 238 

...Gamekeeper8'Gazette238 
...Free Gardeners' Jnl. 237 

...Garden 86 

...Gardener 238 

...Gardeners' Chronicle 86 
„ Magazine 86 

...Gardening 86 

. . . Horticultural Trade 

Journal 242 

...Irish Gardening ...245 



PAOE 
Gardenisgf ...Journal of British 

Gardeners' Assoc. 246 
... ., Royal Hort. Soc. 247 
M ...Nurseryman and 

Seedsman 2fi8 

It ...Orchid Review ... 258 

... „ World ... 259 

„ ...Rural World ... 266 

M ...Women's F.&Garden 276 

fSet alto under Ilobbiet) 

Gas Acetylene Lighting 219 

M Gas Engineers' Mag. 2.38 

>f t, Light, etc. ... 238 

M „ Lighting Jml. 86 

fi „ and Oil Power 2.38 

If „ Progress ... 238 

, World 86 

., Illumin'tingEngin'r 243 

G-l'gs, China Tr'deGl'88& ChinaTr'der 239 

,, Pottery Gazette ... 262 

Qreengroctm ...Fruit Grower ... 86 

„ ...Fruit & Flower Jml. 86 

„ ...Grower ic Distributor 240 



Grocers 



Chin Trades 
Hairdressers 



Hardware 



Hatters ... 

Hire Trading 

II 
Horology... 
Hosiery ... 



Ice Trades 



lusnrance 



...Grocer 87 

...Grocers' Assistant ... 240 

„ Gazette ... 87 

„ Journal ... 87 

... „ Eecord ... 240 

„ Eeview ... 240 

...Grocery 240 

...Irish Grocer 246 

...Irish Grocery World 245 
...Proc. Inst, of Grocers 262 
...Produce Mkts' Eev. 91 
...Scottish Trader ... 267 
...Sugar Users' Jnl. ... 270 
...Arms & Explosives 221 
...Sporting Goods Eev. 269 
...Hairdressers' Chron. 240 
„ Journal 87 

...Hairdressing ... 240 

...Hardware Journal... 241 
...Hardwareman ... 241 

...Implement Review ... 243 
...Irish Ironmonger ... 245 

...Ironmonger 88 

...Ironmongers' W'kly 245 
...British Hatter ... 226 
...Hatters' Gazette ... 241 
...Hire Traders' Record 242 
...Hire Trade Review 242 
...Horological Journal 242 
...Trade Journal ... 242 
...Men's Wear 90 

...Cold Storage Review 230 
...Ice and Cold Storage 243 

...Agents' Journal ... 219 
...Assur, Agents' Chron. 221 

„ Review ... 221 

...Assure 221 

. .Bankers & Ins. Mag. 222 
... Bourne's Insur. Guiae8224 

...Business 227 

...Commercial World... 84 
...Cooper's Guide ... 231 

...Enterprise 85 

...Financial Chronicle 236 
„ Critic ... 236 

„ &lDS.Rev. 236 

...Insurance 244 

... ,, Advocate... 244 

... „ Agent ... 244 

... ,t „ News 244 

... „ Banking Rev. 244 
... „ Finan. Gaz. ... 244 

,, Freeman ... 244 
... „ Gem 244 

„ Guardian ... 244 

... „ Index 244 

... „ Journal ... 244 

Magazine ... 244 

... „ Mail 244 

... ,, Man 244 

... „ News 244 

... „ Observer ... 87 
... ,, Opinion ... 244 

„ Record ... 87 

... „ Spectator ... 244 

... „ Truth 244 

... „ Worid ^ ... 244 
...Journal of Corp.' of 

Insur. Brokers... 247 



PAGE 

Insoraaco ...Journal of Inst, of 

Actuaries ... 247 
„ ... „ of Statistical 

Society ... 247 
,, ...London Telegraph ... 252 

„ ...Nat. Ins. Gazette ... 256 

,, ...Norwich Union Mag. 258 

„ ...Policy Holder ... 261 

„ ...Policy 261 

„ ...Post Magazine ... 262 

„ ...Review 92 

„ ...Scottish Critic ... 267 

I, ...Searchlight 267 

„ ...Trans, of Ins. Soc. 

of Glasgow ... 272 

Iron Trade ...Coal and Iron ... 84 

„ ...Colliery Guardian ... 84 

„ ...Compare. Price List 231 

„ ...Engr. & Iron Trades 

Advertiser 235 

„ ...Foundry Trade Jml. 237 

„ ...Iron Trade Review ^^ 

„ ... ,, Trade Journal 88 

„ ...Ironworkers .Journal 245 

„ ...Jml. of Inat.of Metals 247 

„ ... „ Iron & Steel 

Institute 247 
„ ...Metal Bulletin ... 254 

„ ... „ Industry ... 25t 

„ ...Page's Weekly ... 259 

I, ...Proc. of Int. Ass. for 

Test Materials 263 

Jewellers British Jeweller ...226 

„ Jewlr. k, Metal wrkr. 245 

„ ... ....Jewellers' Journal... 245 

,, Man'f'rs' Represent- 
ative 253 

„ Trade Advertiser ... 245 

„ Watchmaker 274 

iLaud Agents ...Estates Gazette ... 85 
„ ...Estate Magazine ... 235 

„ ...Jml. Land Ag'nts' Soc. 247 

„ ...Land Agents' Record 88 

,, ... ,, Tax Reformer 249 

„ ...Land Union Journal 249 

„ ...Land Values 249 

Laundry Laundry Journal ... 249 

„ ... ... „ News ... 249 

, „ Eecord ... 24'> 

„ Power Laundry ...262 

LeatherTrades... Leather Goods ... 2.50 
„ ... „ World ... 250 

„ ... „ Trades Eeview 89 

,, ...Saddlery & Harness 266 

„ ...Scottish Shoe Trader 267 

,, ...Shoe & Leather News 92 

„ ... „ Becrd. 92 

„ ...Shoe Trades Journal 92 

„ ...ShoeMan'f'r8'M.'nthly2o<S 

Licensed Victs.... Gazette 89 

„ ...Licensing World ... 89 

„ ...License Holder ... 250 

„ ...Lie. Trade News. ... 250 

„ ...Homing Advertiser 79 

...National Guardian ... 198 

„ ...What'sDoing(B'hnm) 110 

Machinery ...American Machinist 81 

„ ...British Mach. Gaz... 226 

„ ...Implement Eeview 243 

„ ...Machinery 252 

„ ...Machinery Market... 89 

...Mechanical World... 152 
...Phillips' Eegister ... 260 

" ...Vulcan 274 

Mechanics ...Amateur Mechanic 220 

,j English Mechanic... 85 

jj Junior Mechanics ... 248 

' Mechanical Engineer 25S 

I, World... 152 

,, Popular Mechanics 261 

Millers Miller 90 

Millers' Gazette ... 254 

Milling 2.54 

Min.W'terTrade Brit. & Col. Trade Jnl 225 

„ ...Review 254 

Mining B'ham. Eng. and 

Mining Journal... 223 

Colliery Rescue ...231 

Minerl. Magazine ... 254 

Mining Journal ... 90 

,, Magazine ... 254 

... „ News ... 90 

;;; wodd ... 90 

M'thly M n'g H'db'k 255 

E 2 



64 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



Motor Trade 



Mining Phoenix 

„ Scieace and Mining... 

,, Tran. of Inst, of 

Mining Eng. 
...Automobile and Car. 
Builders' Jml. ... 
,, Engineer... 
...Cooper's Vehicle Jnl. 
...Electric Vehicle 

...Garage 

...Motor Coach work ... 
...Motor Cycle & Cycle 

Trader 

... „ Export Trader 
... „ Trader 
...Owner-Driver 



PAGE 
.. 261 
.. 267 



272 

222 
222 
232 
236 
238 
255 

255 
256 
256 
259 

Music Trades ...Music TradesBeview 256 

„ ...Musical Opinion and 

Trade Review ... 256 

„ ...Phono Record ... 261 

„ ...Piano Maker ... 261 

„ ... Sound Wave ... 269 

,, ...Talking Mach. News. 271 

Xewsagents andAldine Newsagents' 

Booksellers ... Journal 220 

„ ...B'kAuct'nRec'rds... 224 

„ ...Book Monthly ... 224 

„ ...Bookseller 224 

„ ...Book Prices Current 224 

„ ...Bulletin New Books 226 

„ ...Clique 230 

„ ...Cnrrent Literature... 232 

„ ...Fovle's Books 

Wanted 237 

„ ...Natl. Newsagent ... 256 

„ ...Newsagent 91 

,, ...Notes on Books ... 258 

„ ...Publishers' Circular 91 

„ ...Sotheran's Price 

Cnrrent 269 

„ ...Yorks. Newsagent 277 

Nurserymen and Horticultural Trade 

Seedsmen ... „ Journal 242 

„ ...Nurseryman ... 258 

„ ...Orchid Review ... 258 

» World ... 259 

Oil* Color TradeChemical Trade Jrnl. 228 
., ...Oil Ic Color Journal 91 

Opticians ...Optician 258 

>• ...Watchmaker & Opt. 274 

Outfitters ...Footwear 237 

» ...Hatters' Gazette ... 241 

M ...Men's Wear ... go 

.. ...Minister's Gazette... 254 

I. ...Outfitter 259 

Paper Trades ...British Empire Jrnl. 225 

259 
259 
259 
91 
276 



Patents ... 
ff ••• 

»f ••• 

Pawnbrokers 

If 
Petroleum 



Photographic 
Trade 



Plumbers .. 



Potters 



.Paper Box Journal 
... „ Maker 
... „ Makers' Jml. 
••• ,f Making 
...Review 
...Wood Pulp Maker '.'. 

...Illustrated Journal... 243 

...Inventor 244 

...Patents .. ... 260 
...Trade Marks Journal 272 

...Jewellers' Journal... 245 
...Gazette £60 

...Gas and Oil Power 238 
...Mineralogical Mag. 254 

• ..Oil News 91 

...Petroleum Review... 91 
» World ... 260 

Brit. Jnl. of Photo- 

•.. graphy 82 

...Opt. k Photo Trade 

Journal 258 

...Photographic Dealer 261 
...Photography & Focus 261 

...Domestic Engin'ring 233 
...Plumber ... 261 

...Plumbing Tr'deJ'rii'. 261 
...J nl.of D'c'rative Art 246 

...Brick and Pottery 

Trade Journal ... 225 
...British Clayworker 225 
...Pottery Gazette ... 262 



Printing and 
Publishing 



Railways. 



Bubber Trades. 



Sanitation 



Shipping , 



PAGE 
Brit. & Col. Printer 82 
..British Empire Jrnl. 225 
..British Printer ... 226 
...Caxton Magazine ... 228 
...Circulation Manager 230 
...Electrotypes ... 235 

..Irish Printer ... 245 
...Linotype Notes ... 250 
...London Typograph- 
ical Journal ... 252 
...Managing Printer... 252 
...ModernLithographer 255 
..Monotype Recorder 255 
..Newspaper World... 91 
..Printers' Engineer... 262 
„ Med, Aid 

Times 262 

„ Register ... 262 

„ SalesAdv't'r 262 

..Printing Trades ...262 

...Process Engravers ... 263 

...Process Work ... 263 

...Publishers' Circular 91 

„ Weekly ... 263 

... Scottish Typographcl 267 

...Stationer 271 

..Typographical Circ. 273 
..British Railway Divi- 
dends 226 

..Electric Rly.&Tram 

Journal 235 

.Freighters Journal... 237 
..Indian Railway Gaz. 243 
..Jnl. of Perm. Way 

Inst 245 

..Loco. Journal ... 251 
„ Magazine ... 251 

..On the Line 268 

..Model Railways ... 255 

..Railway Clerk ... 264 

„ Contractor 92 

„ Engineer... 264 

,, Gazette ... 92 

.. „ & Loco.Eng. 264 

„ Magazine... 264 

„ News ... 92 

„ Review ... 92 

„ & Shipp.Jnl. 264 

.. „ Signal ... 264 

„ Supplies Jnl. 264 

„ and Travel 264 

..S. African, R. Mag. 269 

..Tramway and Rly. 

World 272 

.World's Carriers ... 277 
..Rubber World ... 92 
.IndiaRubber Journal 243 
..Rubber Companies 

Position 265 

.World's Rubber Posi- 
tion 277 

.Inst.of San.EngB.Jnl. 247 
..Journl. of San. Inst. 247 
.. Mun. Rec.& Sanitary 

Record 90 

..Sanitary Journal ... 267 
..Surveying and Hous- 
ing World 271 

..Aspinall's Maritime 

Law Reports ... 221 
..Avonmouth Mail ... 115 
..Bristol Sailing List.. 225 
..Clyde Bill of Entry 230 
..Coal Mer. & Shipper 230 
.Cook's Ocean Sailing 

List 231 

..Daily Freight Reg.... 232 
..Dublin Bill of Entry 234 
..East End News and 

Sliipping Chron.... 95 
..Exchange Ship. 

Monthly 236 

..Fairplay 85 

..Freighters' Journal 237 
..Greenock Telegraph 

and Shipping Gaz. 199 
..Greenwood s List ... 240 
..Handy Guide ... 240 

..Hartlepool List ... 241 
.Hull Trade Transit... 242 
..Intern. Marine Eng. 244 
..Kellock's List ... 248 
.Kemp's Mercantile 

Gazette ... ... 24S 



Shipping 



Situations 
„ 

i> ••• 
If 
f. 

Slate Trades .. 

»» 
Sporting Goods 

i» ••• •• 

fi 

ff ... *. 

ff ... .. 

Stationers 

ff ... .. 

»> ••• 

If ••• •• 

If ..I .. 

•• ••• •' 

II •"• •• 

Stonemasons .. 



PAGE 
..Kent Mercantile 

Gazette 248 

..Leith Com. List ... 202 
..LiverpoolJnl.ofCom 147 
..Lloyd's Index ... 89 

..Lloyd's List 79 

..Liverpl. Cue. Bill of 

Entrv 250 

..Liverpl. Loadig. List 2ol 
..London and General 

Ft. Market Report 251 
..London Customs 

Bills of Entry ... 251 

..Marine Caterer ... 253 

„ Engineer ... 253 

,, Magazine ... 253 

..Mariner 2n3 

..Mercantile Guardian 253 
,f Reporter... 253 
„ Test ... 253 

..Motor Ship 256 

..Nautical Magazine... 257 
..Port of Manchester 

Sailing List ... 262 
..Rly. & Ship.Contractor92 
.. „ „ Journal... 264 
..Shields Gazette ...172 

.Shipbuilder 268 

..Shipbuilding 268 

..Shipowner 268 

..Shipping List ... 92 
„ World ... 92 

..Steamship 270 

...Swansea Register ... 177 
..Syreft and Shipping 93 
..Tees Shipping List 271 
..Trade & Navigation 272 
..Ward's Shipping Jnl. 274 
..Waterf'dN'wsLett'r 274 
..Wkly. List of Cotton 

Ships 274 

..Weekly Register ... 275 
..World's Carriers ...277 

..Employment Gazette 236 
..Imperial Register ... 243 
..Labour News ... 88 

..Women's Emplymnt 276 
.. „ Farm&Gardn. 276 

..Quarry 263 

..Slate Trade Gazette 268 
Arms and Explosives 221 
.Sporting Goods Rev. 269 
.Sports Trader ... 2i)9 

. „ Trade Journal 269 
.Toy World & Sports 

Rec 272 

.Brit. & Col. Printer 82 
• Brit. Empire Journal 225 
.Caxton Magazine ... 228 
.Nat, Newsagent ... 2.56 

.Stationer 270 

„ TradeJrnl.270 
„ World ... 270 

Quarry 263 

Journal of Operative 

Stonemasons ... 247 
.Settmaker's Journal 268 
Stone Trades' Journal 270 



Sugar Trade 



Tailors ... 



...International 

Journal 
...Sugar Users' Jrnl 



Sugar 



244 

270 



Telegraphy 



...Gents' Tailor 238 

.., „ Fashions ... 238 
...Jnl. of Amal. Society 246 
...Ladies' Cutter ... 249 
... „ Pall Mall Fashs. 249 
...Ladies' Tailor ... 249 
...London Art Fashions 2.51 
...London Tailor .,, 2o2 

...Men's Wear 90 

...Minister's Gazette ... 264 

...Outfitter 25» 

...Report of Fashion ... 265 
...Sartorial Gazette ... 266 
...Styles of London ... 270 
...Tailor and Cutter ,„ 271 
...West End Gazette ... 276 

...Postal and Tel. Rec, 262 
...Tel. and Telep. Jnl. 271 
...Wireless Mail ... 276 
... ,, World ... 27« 
...Zodiac JrtS 



INDEX TO LEADING BRITISH CLASS PAPERS AND PERIODICALS. 



65 



PAGE 

CextileManufitc.Cotton Fac'ry Times 104 
„ ... „ Gazette ... 232 

„ ... ,, Keview ... 232 

,, ...Drapery Trades Gaz. 233 

...Dyer 234 

„ ...Gorst's Cotton Cir. 239 

„ ...Irish Draper ... 244 

,, ...Irish Linen & Jute 

Journal 244 

„ ...Jml. of Leeds Univ. 

Textile Assn. ... 246 

„ ...Linen Trade Circular 250 

...Mill Practice ... 254 

...Oldliam Sp'n'rs' Rpt. 258 

...Textile Inst. Jrl. ... 271 

,, ... „ Manufacturer 271 

,, ... „ Mercury ... 162 

„ ... ,, Recorder ... 271 

... Weekly List of Cotton 

Shipe 274 

,, ... „ Rec. of Textile 

Associations 275 
...WeeklyWooIOhr't... 276 



;cuuutant8 
id Actuaries 



A vertising' 



.^cMtectnre 



...Accountant... ... 81 

...Accountants' Journal 219 

„ Magazine 219 

„ Manual 219 

„ Notes ... 219 

...AssociatedAccts.Jnl. 221 

...Certified Acc'ntants 

Journal 228 

...Incorporated Jml... 243 
...Journal of Inst. of... 247 
... „ „ Statistical 

Society 247 

...Secretary 268 

...Statistical Journal 270 
...Transactions of Scot. 

Fac. of Actnar.... 272 

...Advertiser's Weekly 219 

...Advertising 219 

World ... 219 

...Consultant 231 

...Impressions ... 243 

...Organiser 259 

...Selling &; Advertis'g 268 

...System 271 

...Architect 82 

,,& Builder's Jnl. 82 
...Architectural Jml... 221 
„ Assoc. Jrnl. 221 
„ „ SketchBk. 221 
,, Review ... 221 
...British Architect ... 226 

...Builder 83 

...Building News ... 83 

World ... 83 

...Garden Cities ... 238 
...Irish Builder ... 244 

...Jrnl. of Royal Inst. 

British Architects 247 
...Jml. of Soc. of Arch. 248 
...London Builder, 

Architect 261 

...Prof. Notes of Sur- 
veyors' Inst. ... 263 

...Surveyor 93 

...Surveying 271 

...Tee Square and Tape 271 
...Town Planning Rev. 272 
...Trans, of Surveyor's 

Inst 272 

...Art Decorator ... 221 
... ,, Prices Current 221 
... „ Teachers' Guild 

Record 221 
... „ Workers' Qrtly. 221 
...Burlington Mag. ... 227 

...Colour 231 

...Connoisseur ... 231 

...Drawing 233 

...Fine Art Trade Jrl. 287 

...Form 237 

...Jrl. Decorative Art 246 
...Jrl. of Imperial Arts 

League ... 217 
... „ ,, Indian Art ... 246 
... „ Roman St jdies 246 



Textile ManOfacWool Record 

,, ... Woollen Trades Gaz 



PAOK 
.. 113 
276 



Timber Trade ...Timber 93 

„ ... ,, Trades Joum. i*Z 

„ ... „ News 271 

See also Forettry. 

Tobacco Trade ...Cigar &Tob'coWor Id 230 

,, ...Colonial Quarterly... 272 

„ ...Irish Tobacco Jmal. 246 

„ ...Trade Review ... 272 

...Tobacco 272 

Toy & P'cy Q'd«... British Toy-maker 22 ^ 
„ ...Fancy Goods Uec'rd 23H 

,, ,. Review 236 

„ ...Games and Toys ... 238 

„ ...Leather Goods ... 250 

„ ...Novelty News ... 258 

,, ...Sports Trades Jrnal. 269 

„ ...Stationer and Fancy 

Trades Reg. ... 270 
„ ...Toy & F. Gds.Trader 272 
„ ...Toy World 272 

(2) PROFESSIONAL. 

Art Jrl. of Royal Society 88 

„ „ „ Society of Art 

Masters 

„ Eokka (Japanese) ... 

New. Eng. Art Cat. 



Transport ... 



Auctioneers 



Baukiugf 



247 
248 
257 
.Manchester Qu'rt'rly 252 
~ ■ • -- 266 

270 

222 
85 
88 



Chemistry 



Dancing 



Dentistry 



Homceopathy 



Journalism 



...School Arts Mag. 
...Studio 

...Auction Sale Prices 
...Estates Gazette 
...Land Agents' Record 

...Bank Clerks'Review 222 

...Bank Notes 222 

...Bankers' Magazine ... 222 
„ Institute Mag, 222 
... „ Journal ... 222 
...Finance Union ... 2.36 
...Jrl.of Inst. ofBnkrs. 247 
,. „ in Ireland 247 
... Scottish Bankers' Mag.267 

...Analyst 220 

...Bio-Chemical Jrnl. 223 
...British Pharmacist 225 
...Bulletin of Pharm. 227 
...Chem. Engineering 228 
... „ News ... 83 

... „ Trade Jrnl... 228 
...Chemist & Druggist 83 
...Jnl. of Alchemical 

Society ... ... 246 

...Journal of Chemical 

Technology ... 246 
...Jml of Chem. Soc... 246 
...Jml. of the Society of 

Chemical Industry 2 18 

...Optician 258 

.. Perfumery Record... 260 
...Proc. of Inst. Chem. 262 
...Pharmaceutical Jrnl. 91 
...Trans, of Faraday 

Soc 272 

...Ball Room 222 

...Dance Journal ... 233 

...Dane. Encyclopaedia 233 

„ Times ... 233 

...British Dental Jml. 226 

„ Jnl. of Dental 

Science 226 

...Dental Record ... 233 
„ Surgeon ... 233 
.. Edin.Dental Student 234 
...Edward's D. Q'rt'rly 234 
...Elliott's Quarterly... 235 
...Mouth Mirror ... 256 
...National Dental Hos- 
pital Gazette 266 
...British Homoeopathic 

Journal 226 

...Homoeopathic World 242 

...Author 222 

...British Am. J'm'l'st 228 

...Cat 227 

...Editors' Magazine... 234 
...Institute Journal ... 244 



PAUB 
231 

.. 2.S7 
.. 248 
.. 25ft 
.. 277 



.Commercial Motor 
.Freighters' Jml. , 

M King's Highway . 

II Motor Traction 

., World's Carriers . 

Undertakers ...Undertakers'Journal 273 
Waste Material Waste Trade World 274 
Watchmakers ...Horological Journal 242 
,, ...Jewellers' & Watch- 

makers' Advertiser 245 
,, ...Watchmaker ... 274 

Water Metropolitan Water 254 

Water 274 

Wine & S. TradesBrower k Wine Mer. '.^25 

National Guardian... 198 

Wine&SpiritGazette 94 

„ Trade Circular 276 

, „ & Spirit Record 276 

„ Trade Review ... 276 

Wood Working... Home Handicrafts... 242 

„ ...Machine Wood Wker 252 

,, ...Timber News ... 271 

„ ...Wood Worker ... 276 



Journalism ...Irish Journalist ... 245 

M ...Woman Journalist 276 

Law Aspinall's Reports... 221 

„ British Record Soc. 226 

II Butterworth's Digest 

of Cases 227 

II Commercial Cases ... 231 

„ Co. Court Chronicle 232 

„ „ Cases ... 232 

,1 „ Gazette... 232 

I, Conveyancer ... 231 

„ Cox's Legal Circular 232 

„ „ Criminal Cases 232 

„ ,. Municip'l Cases 232 

M Exchange Tel. Co.'s 

Law Reports ... 236 

II Gen. Adv'rt'rfc Legal 

Record (Dublin) ... 211 

,1 Index Library ... 243 

„ Indian Appeals ... 243 

,1 Irish Liw Times ...211 

II Jml. of Comparative 

Legislation ... 246 

,1 Juridical Review ... 248 

,, Justice of the Peace 88 

„ Law Journal ... 88 

„ „ Reports 249 

„ „ Magazine ... 249 

„ „ Notes 249 

„ Quarterly Rev. 249 

„ ,, Reports ... 249 

„ R'p'rtr(Scottish)249 

,, „ Soc. Gazette ... 249 

„ „ Students' J 'mJal 249 

„ „ Times 88 

„ I „ Reports 249 

„ Legal Circular ... 250 

,, „ Diary (Irish) 250 

„ Magisterial Cases ... 252 

,, Penal Reform League 

Quarterly 260 

,, Perry's Legal Record 260 

„ „ Weekly Gaz. 260 

„ Scots Law Times ... 196 

„ Scottish App'l Repts. 267 

11 , Law Courts 

Record 267 

,1 „ LawReports 267 

„ ,1 „ Review 267 

,, Solicitors' Gazette... 269 

11 ,, Joumal... 93 

,, Times Law Reports 272 

,, I, Com'cial Cases 271 

Weeklv Notes ... 94 

Medical Annals of Surgery ... 221 

„ ofTrop.Med. 221 

„ Arch 'v's of Radiology 221 

11 BirminghamMed.ltev.223 

„ Brain 225 

,, Bristol Med. Joumal 225 

,, British Homoeo* 

pathic Jnl. 226 

,, „ Jnl, of Children's 

Diseases ... 226 
„ „ Jnl, of Derma- 

tology 225 



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PAGE 

Medical British Journal of 

Inebriety ... 226 

„ Jnl. of Surgery 226 

. ', , J'l.ofTub'rc'lo8i8226 

^\ „ Medical Journal 82 

\\ Caledonian Journal 227 

' Clinical Excerpts ... 230 

„ Journal ... 230 

Doctor 233 

Dub.Jrnl.ofMed.Sci 234 

Edinburgh Med. Jrnl. 234 

1; „ Miss. Paper 234 

Family Doctor ... 236 

' Glasgow Med. Jrnl. 239 

...Health 241 

Heart 241 

Herb Doctor 241 

,, Homoeopathic World 242 

,, Hospital 87 

„ Gazette ... 242 

,, Superint'nd't 242 

,, Index Medicus ... 243 

„ Journal of Anatomy 246 

,, Journal of Cancer ... 246 

,, , Clin.Research 246 

„ ,, Comp'rative 

Pathology 246 

,, „ ,, Genetics... 246 

„ „ „ Hygiene... 246 

" .. Larynge- 

ology ... 246 

,, „ ,, Mental 

Science... 246 

, „ „ Obstetrics 246 

, „ „ Pathology 246 

„ „ Physiolgy. 246 

„ ... ,,RontgenSoc. 247 

,, ,, ,, Royal Inst. 

Pub. Health 246 

„ „ R.N. Med. 

Service... 247 



Medical 



PAGE 
,. Jour'l of Soc. of Pre- 
vention of 
Cancer ... 248 
,. „ „ State Med- 
icine ... 246 
,. „ „ Trpcl. Med. 248 

..Lancet 88 

..Laryngoscope ... 2+9 
..Livl.Medico Journal 251 
..Manchester Med. 

Students Gazette... 253 

..Medical Chronicle ... 253 

„ Magazine... 253 

„ Missions ... 253 

.. „ Officer ... 89 

.. „ Press &;Circ. 90 

„ Review ... 253 

.. „ Tem.Review 253 

.. ,, Times ... 2.53 

.. World ... 253 

..Midland Journal ... 254 

..Modern Medicine ... 255 

,.N. of Eng. CJin.Jnl. 258 

..Parisitology 259 

..Polyclinic 261 

..Practitioner 262 

..Prescriber 262 

..Proc. Royal Society 

Medicine 263 

..Public Health ... 263 
..Quarterly Journal of 

Medicine 263 

..Rev. of Applied 

Entomology ... 265 

..Rev. of Bacteriology 265 
..Review of Neurology 265 
..Scientific Roll ... 267 

..Stethoscope 270 

..Surgery 270 

..Therapeutic Gazette 271 

..Therapist 271 

..Trans, of Acad, of 

Med. in Ireland ... 272 



Medical 



Nursing 



Oph.th.alm7 



Veterinarians 



PAGE 

..Trans, of Soc. of 

Trop. Med. ... 272 

..Tropical Diseases 

Bull 273 

..Universal Medical 

Rec 273 

..VaccinationEnquirer 273 
..West London Med. 

Journal 275 

..Biblewomen and 

Nurses 223 

..Brit. Jnl. of Nursing 226 

..First Aid 237 

..Hospital 87 

..Journal of Obstetrics 246 
..League News ... 249 

..Nurses' Journal ... 268 
.. „ Near and Far 2.58 
.. „ Own Mag. ... 25S 
..Nursing Mirror ... 91 
..Nursing Notes ... 258 
..Nursing Times ... 91 
...Queens' Nurses Mag. 264 

..Red Cross 264 

,, and Amb. 

News 264 

„ Gazette ... 26 1 

...Samaritan Mag. ... 266 

..Dioptric Bulletin ..r 233 
...In.stitute Journal ...244 
..Ophthalmic Review 258 
..Ophthalmology ... 258 
..Optician 2.58 

..Animalia 220 

..Gregg's Vet. Dict'nry 240 
...Jrnl, Comparative 

Pathology... 246 

...Trop. Vet. Bull. ... 273 

..Veterinary Journal 274 

„ News ... 274 

„ Record 274 



(3) EDUCATIONAL, MUSIC & LITERARY. 



Antiquities 



Anti-Slavery 
Anti-Tobacco 

Archaeology 



Astronomy 



..Antiquary 221 

..Byegones 227 

..Cheshire Notes and 

Queries 228 

..Classical Quarterly 230 

„ Review ... 230 

..Clique 230 

...Connoisseur 231 

..Devon and Cornwall 
Notes and Queries 233 

..Folk Lore 237 

..Gallovidian 238 

..Gloster Notes and 

Queries 239 
..Indian Antiquary... 243 

...Invicta 244 

...Jnl. of Royal Soc. of 

Antiqs. of Ireland 247 
..Museum Journal ... 256 
..Old Lore, Miscel. of 

Orkney 2.o8 
..Anti-Slavery Rportr. 221 
...Beacon Light ... 223 
...Danielite Star ... 233 
..Ancient Egypt ... 220 
..Annals of Archaeology 220 
..Archaologia Cam- 

brensis 221 

..Archicologia Cuntiana221 
...Archaeological Jrnl. 221 
..Berks Journal ... 223 
..Brit. Archajolgical Jnl. 226 
..Cork Society ... 247 

..Essex Archl. Society 

Trans 236 

...Journal of Egyptian 

Archa;ology ... 246 
... Jul.of Roman Studies 246 
..Proc. Soc. of Biblical 

ArclicEology ... 2f3 

..Scottish Hist. Rev. 267 
...Wiltshire Magazine 276 
..Astral Ladder ... 221 

..British Journal of 

Astrology 226 

...Jri.of Brit. Ast. Assn. 246 
..Modern Astrology ... 265 
...Monthly Noticea ... 256 
...Observatory 258 



Authors 


...Author 222 


n 


...Fortnightly Jnl. ... 237 


Blind 


...Beacon 222 




...Blind Advocate ... 224 


.. ... 


...Braille Lit. Jnl. ... 224 




... „ Musical Mag. 224 




... „ Review ... 224 




...Channels of Blessing 228 


1, 


...Comrades 231 


... 


...Craigmiilar Harp ... 232 




...Daily Mail Edition 




for Blind... 85 




...Friendly Light ... 238 




...Hampstead Braille 




Magazine ... 240 


ff .•• 


...Hora Jucunda ... 242 




...Progress 263 




...Prose Masterpieces 263 


... 


...Santa Lucia ... 266 




...School Magazine ... 267 


t> 


...Weekly Summary ... 275 



Botany 



..Aimals of Botany ... 221 
..Aunals of Bolus 

Herbarium 221 

..Botanical Magazine 224 

,, Journal 224 

..Journal of Botany ... 246 

..Journal of Linnean 

Society 247 

..Kew Bulletin ... 248 

.New Phytologist ... 257 



Conchology 



.Journal of 



246 



Deaf andDumb... Albion Magazine ... 220 
„ ...BritishDeaf Times... 226 

„ Deaf Quarterly News 233 

„ ...Hope Magazine ... 242 

„ ...Messenger 254 

„ ...Teacher of the Deaf 271 

Drama and Stage Dick's St'nd'rdPlays 233 
„ Encore 236 

Era 85 

„ Hippodrome 241 

„ lUus.Dramatic News 87 

Imp 243 

„ , Magnet (Leeds') ... 144 



Drama and StageMask ... 

On and Off 



... 263 
... 258 

'„' Performer 260 

„ Play Pictorial ... 261 

PiaysforLittlePeople 261 

„ Poetry and Drama 261 

„ Reid's London Ent. 

Guide 265 

„ Referee 81 

Sketch 93 

Stage 93 

,, „ Souvenir ... 269 

World's Fair ... 277 

Education ...A.M.A 22© 

,, ...Auxiliary Language 222 

,, ...Bondar's Russian Jnl. 224 

„ ...Book-keepers' Mag. 224 

„ ...British Esperantist 23^ 

„ ...Child 2» 

„ ... „ Life 238 

„ ... „ Study ... 228 

„ ...Class Teacher ... 230 

„ ...Commerc'lEducation 231 

„ ... ,, Inst. Staff Gaz. 231 

„ ...Education 234 

„ ...EducationalH'ndw'rk234 

„ ... „ News ... 284 

„ ... „ Record ... 2H 

„ ... „ Times ... SSk 

„ ...Esperanto Monthly... 238 

,, ...Fran(jai8 237 

,, ...Geographical T'cher 238 

„ ...Head Teachers' Rev. 2+1 

„ ...Higher Ed'c't'n Gaz. '2-i 1 

„ ...Highway 241 

„ ...History 242 

, ...Hugo's French Jrnl. 242 

,, ...Indian Education ... 218 

„ ...Infinito 243 

,, ...Irish Jnl. Education 246 

... „ School Weekly 246 
,, ...Journal of Anatomy 246 

,, ... ,, of Education 246 

„ ... „ Eng. Studies 246 

„ ...Jnl. of Experi- 

mental Pedagogy 246 
...Jnl. of P lilology ... 246 
„ ...Kinderg irten ...248 

,, ...London Teacher ... 262 



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PAGE 

dncation ...Manual Training ... 253 

...Mathematical Gaz. 263 
„ Notes 253 

...Modern Language 

Review 265 
... ,, „ Teaching 265 
... Museon Orient'l Stud. 256 
...Normal Instructor 257 
...Northern Ed. Rec. 258 
...Notes for Teachers 258 
...Onward and Upward 258 
...Parents' Review ... 259 
...Pedagogical Semin'y 260 

...Philomath 260 

...Physical Education 261 
...Pioneer of Simpli- 
fied Spelling 261 
...Pleb'a Magazine ... 261 
...Primary Education 262 
. . . Royal Technical Mag. 265 
...School Govt. Chron. 92 
„ Guardian ... 267 
... „ Hygiene ... 267 
„ Magazine ... 267 
„ Music Review 267 
„ Nature Study 267 
„ Newspaper... 267 
... „ World ... 267 
...Schoolmaster ... 92 
...Schoolmistress ... 92 
...Scot. Class Teacher 267 
....gecondaryEducation 267 
„ School J nl. 268 
...Something to Do ... 2r)9 
...State Correspondent 270 

...Student 270 

,, Magazine ... 270 
...Teachers' Aid ... 271 
„ Guild ... 271 
„ of To-day... 271 
„ Times ... 271 
Work ... 271 
World ... 271 
...TechnicalJnl. ... 271 
...Times Ed. Suppl. ...271 
ktoiuology ...Bulletin of Entomo- 
logical Research 226 
, ...Entomologist ... 235 

, ...Entomologists' Mag. 235 

, ... „ Record 235 

, ...ReviewofApp.Entom. 265 

, ...Transactions of En- 

tomology Society 272 
iperanio ...British Esperantist 225 

...Esperanto Monthly 235 
od ft Cookery... British Food Jou'nl 226 

^' „ ...Food 86 

„ ...Food and Cookery 237 

„ ...Health Messenger 241 

...Healthy Life ... 241 
„ ...Herald of Health 241 

„ ., of theGoldenAge241 

„ ...Home Cookery ...242 

„ ...Table 271 

' „ ...Vegetarian 273 

„ ... „ Messenger 274 

aealogfy ...British Archivist ... 225 

...Caribbeana 227 

... Genealogical Mnthly 238 

...Genealogist 238 

...Pedigree Register ... 2'iO 
MiscellaueaGenealogica 254 
I >erapIiT ...Geographical Jrnl. 238 

^ ... „ Teacher 238 

...Jrnl. of Manchester 

Geol. Society ... 247 
...Scottish Geog. Mag. 267 

tl'ogy Geological Magazine 238 

Geologists' Assn. Proc. 238 

Manchester Geol. 

Soo, Trans. 252 

Quarterly Journal ... 263 

t^ith Doctor 233 

...Eugenics Review ... 235 

Good Health 239 

Health 241 

,, Messenger ... 241, 

,, and Strength 241 

„ and Vim ... 241 

... 11 Observer ... 241 

Healthy Life ... 241 

Herald of Health ... 241 

Housing Journal ... 242 

Hydro Record ... 242 

Journal of Hygiene..! 246 



Health 



History 



Libraries . 



Literature 



Malthnsian 
Mathematics 



PAGE 

..Jrnl. of Inst, of Pub. 

Health 246 
.. „ „ Physical 

Training 246 

..Malthusian 262 

..National Health ... 256 
..Public Health ... 263 
..School Hygiene ... 267 

..Slainte 268 

..Women's Beauty and 

Health 276 
..American Hist. Rev. 220 
..English Hist. Rev. 235 

..History 242 

..Scottish Hist. Rev. 267 
..Index Library ... 243 

..Librarian 250 

..Library 250 

..Library Assistant... 250 

„ Assoc. Rec. 250 
.. * „ Journal ... 250 

„ World ... 250 
..AberdeenBook-lover 219 

..Academy 219 

..Athenaeum 222 

..Author 222 

..Baconiana 222 

..Bard 222 

..Blackwood's Mag.... 224 
..Book Auction Rec. 224 

..Bookman 224 

..Bookseller 224 

..Book Lover ... 224 

..Book Monthly ... 224 
..Book Prices Current 224 
..Books for the Bairns 224 
..Books of To- Day ... 224 
..British Review ... 226 
..Bulletin of Brit. Lib. 226 
..Bulletin New Books 226 
..Cambridge Review... 227 
..Catholic Book Notes 228 
..Celtic Review ... 228 
..Central LiteraryMag. 228 
..Chambers Journal... 228 
..Current Literature... 232 

..Dickensian 233 

..Edinbursfh Review 234 
..Editors' Mag. ... 234 

...English Rev. ... 236 

...Eriu 236 

...Everyman 85 

..Form 237 

..Fortnightly Jnl. ...237 

„ Review ... 237 
..Great Thoughts ... 240 

..Gypsy 240 

..Inquirer 244 

..Intern. Cat. of Lit. 244 
..Irish Monthly ... 245 
.. „ Outlook ... 245 
... ,, Book Lover ... 244 
..Jrnl. of Eng. Studies 246 
..Jnl.ofRyl.Soc.of Arts 88 
..Literary Guide .. 250 
World ... 2.o0 
...Literary &Mus. Rev. 250 
...Luzac's Book Rev. 2.52 

...M.A.B 2.52 

...ManchesterQuarterly 252 
... „ Lit. Soc. Proc. 252 

...Nation 90 

..New Statesman ... 90 
... „ Witness ... 91 

...Notes on Books ... 268 
...Notes and Queries... 91 

..Periodical 260 

...Poetry and Drama 261 
...Poetry Review ... 261 
...Public Opinion ... 91 
...Publishers' Circular 91 
...Quarterly Review ... 264 
..Review of Reviews 265 
...Saturday Review ... 92 
...Sewanee Review ... 268 
...Sotheran'sPrice C'rnt269 

..Spectator 93 

...Studies 270 

...Times Supplement... 93 
...T.P.S. Book Notes... 272 
...Trans, of Soc. of Lit, 272 
...Malthusian ... 252 

...Astral Ladder ... 221 
...Jnl.ofAe8n.ofTeach'r8246 
, . . MathematicalGazette 263 



Meteorology 



Microscopy 



Music 



PAGE 

Mathematics ...Mathematical Notes 253 
„ ... „ Questions 253 

,, ...Messenger of ... 254 

,1 ...Proc. of London 

Math. Soc. 263 

Mental Science. ..Brain 225 

...E.\pre8sion 236 

...Journalof Mental Sci. 246 

...Mind 254 

...New Thought ... 267 
...Phrenologist ... 261 

...Daily Readings ... 232 
... „ Weather Rep. 232 
...Geophysical Journal 238 
... Monthly Sum of Rpts. 255 
...Quarterly Journal ... 263 
... „ WeatherReports 264 
...Symons' Magazme... 271 
...WeeklyWeather Rep. 275 
...Journal of Micrology 246 
... „ of the Society... 247 
... „ Quekett Club... 247 
...Quarterly Journal ... 263 
...Academic Gazette ... 219 
...American Organ ... 220 
...Banjo World ... 222 

...B.M.G 224 

Boosey'sDrum&F.Jnl. 224 
...Braille Musical Mag. 224 
...Brass Band Jn'l ... 225 
...British Bandsman ... 225 
...Cathedral Quarterly 227 
...Cavendish Music Bks 228 
...Challenge Journal... 228 

...Choir (The) 229 

... „ Musician ... 229 

...Choralist 229 

...Clavier 230 

...Craigmillar Harp ... 232 
...DallasMusical Mnthly 232 
...Dunedin Magazine ... 234 

...Bra 85 

...Flute Player's Jrnl. 237 
...Gazette of Coll. of 

Violinists ... 238 

...Glee Garland ... 239 

...Haigh's Band Jnl.... 240 
...Inc. London Acad. 

M. Gaz 243 

...Lafleur's Fife &D. Jl. 249 

OrchestralJL 249 

...Lit. & Musical Rev. 250 
...London Mus. Courier 262 
...Military March Jrnl. 254 
...MonthlyMusicalRec. 255 

...Music ... 256 

... „ Student ... 256 
...Musical Budget ... 256 
„ Herald ... 266 
„ Mail ... 266 

„ News ... 266 
„ Opinion ... 256 
„ Progress ... 266 
,, Salvationist 256 

Standard... 90 

„ Times ... 256 
...Musician's Journal 256 
...Orchestral Journal... 258 

...Organist 259 

...Orpheus Journal ... 259 

...Part Singer 260 

...Pitman's Library ... 261 

...R.C.M. Mag 264 

...Rep.Soc. of Musicians 265 
...School Music Rev. 267 

...Sound Wave 269 

...Strad 270 

...Supp. Military Jnl.... 270 
...TalkingMachine N'ws 271 

...Troubadour 273 

...Violin Budget ... 274 
,j and String ... 274 
...Wright & Round's 

Brass Band News 277 



,, Young Musician ... 277 

„ Youth and Music ...278 

Natural HistoryAnnals of Nat. Hist. 221 

„ Bird Notes 223 

„ Country Side Leaflet 232 
„ Children's Qrtly. ... 229 
„ Irish Naturalist ... 245 
„ Journal of Micrology 246 
,, L'nc'shire Naturalist 249 
„ Museum Journal ... 266 
., Naturalist 266 



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'hilosopliical 



honoiptrapliy 



PAGK 

ratnral History Nature Readrs' Mtly. 257 

,, School Nature Study 267 

,, Scottish Naturalist 267 

SelbomeMag. ... 263 

Zoologist 278 

...Expression 236 

...Good European ... 239 
...Hibbert Journal ... 241 
...Intnl. Jnl. of Ethics 244 

...Magazine 260 

...Manchester Lit. & 
I'hil. Soc. Proc. 252 

...Review 260 

...Mind 254 

...Proc. Camb.Phil. Soc. 262 

...Quest 

...Rev. of Theo. & Phil- 
osophy 

...Transactions 

...Eagle 

...Gregg Shorthnd M'g. 
...High Speed in Short- 
hand 

...I.P.S. Quarterly ... 
...Oxford Chronicle ... 

...Oxonian 

...Phonog. Monthly ... 
„ Observer ... 

...Pitmanite 

...Pitman's Journal ... 

Short. Wky 261 

...Reporters' Journal 266 

„ Magazine 265 

...Script Short. Jml. ... 267 

...Shorthand Budget ... 268 

„ Exams. ... 268 

,, Teacher 

Mag. 268 

...Phrenologist ... 261 

hysicalCulture Good Health ...239 

„ ...Health and Strength 241 

„ ... „ Vim ... 241 

„ ...Jml. of Scientific 

Physical Training... 246 

,, McFadden's 252 

„ ...Physical Education 261 

„ Woman's Beauty 

and Health 276 



zot 


Splritnalism 


266 






260 






234 






240 






241 






244 






259 






259 






261 






261 


Stage 




261 
261 


Temperauoe 



hrenology 



'■ychology 



anitary 



...Intnl. Psychic. Gaz. 244 
..Jnl. of Mental Science "246 

...Mind 254 

...New Thought ... 257 

...Good Health ... 239 

...Health 241 

Messenger ... 241 
...Jnl. Inst. San. Kng. 247 
...Jnl. of Sanitary Ins. 247 
...Mun. Reo. and Sani- 
tary Record ... 90 
...Sanitary Journal ... 266 

...American Journal ... 220 

...Analyst 220 

...Ann'Isof Ap.Biology 220 



Science 



PAGE 

..Bio-Chemical Jnl. ... 223 

..Biometrika 223 

..Chambers' Journal 228 
..English Mechanic ... 85 
..Jnl. of Nat. Science 246 
..Jnl. of Micro. Society 247 

..Knowledge 248 

..Monist 255 

..Nature 90 

..Phoenix 261 

..Popl'r ScienceSiftings261 
..Science Abstracts ... 267 
.. „ andArtofMiningi267 
.. „ Progress ... 267 
..Scientific Roll ... 267 

..Equinox 236 

..Healer 241 

..Herald of the Cross 241 

.Light 89 

..Lyceum Banner ... 252 
..Modem Astrology ... 255 
..Occult Review ... 258 
..Spiritual Power ... 269 

..Super-Man 270 

..Two Worlds 273 

• Word 276 

..See Drama. 

..Abkari 219 

..Abstainer 219 

..Alliance News ... 220 
..Ashore and Afloat ... 221 
,.B. of H. Boy's Reciter 222 
..Band of Hope Chron. 222 
„ Review ... 222 
„ Treasury 222 
.Banner of Hope "... 222 
..Brit. Jnl. of Inebriety 226 
..Brit. Temp. Advocate 226 

..Cadets' Own 227 

..Danielite Star ... 233 
..Dublin Rechabite ... 234 
..Echoes of Erin ... 234 
..Bverybo(^'sM'nthly 236 
...Good T. Watchword 239 
„ Tidings ... 239 
..Illus. Temp. Monthly 243 
.. ., „ Chronicle 243 
..Intnl. Good Templar 244 
..Irish Templar ... 245 
..Juvenile Rechabite 248 
„ Templar ... 248 
...London Crusader ... 251 
„ Temp. Times 262 
..Medical Temp. Rev. 253 
..Midland T. Witness 254 
...Monthly Notes ... 255 
..Nat.Temp. Quarterly 256 

...On the Line 258 

..On the March ... 258 

..Pioneer 261 

..P.O. Temp. Pioneer 262 
..Present Truth ... 262 
..Railway Signal ... 264 
..Rechabite ... ' ... 264 





PAuK 


Temperance 


...Scot. Good Templar 267 


9) 


... „ Prohibitionist 267 




... „ Reformer ... 267 


» 


...Sc. W's Temp. News 267 


ft 


...Son of Temperance 26 » 




...Temperance Bells ... 271 


99 


„ Caterer... 271 


V> 


„ Leader... 271 


99 


„ Messeng'r 271 


>l 


Mon.Vis. 271 


99 


Witness 271 


99 


...United Temp. Gaz. 273 


ff 


...Visitor 274 


)) 


...War Issue 274 




...Western Temp. H'ld. 275 


19 


...White Ribbon ... 27G 


99 


...Wings 276 


9) 


...Workers' Onward ... 277 




Own ... 277 


>» 


...Y Tyst Dirwestol ... 278 


99 


...Young Abstainer ... 277 


99 


... „ Crusader ... 277 


Theosophy 


...International Chron. 244 


99 


...Theosophist 271 


99 


„ in Scotland 271 




...Vahan 273 


Universities 


Ab'rdeenUniv, Review 219 



„ ...Alma Mater 220 

,, ...Bristol Nonesuch ... 225 

„ ...Cam. Univ. Reporter 118 

,, ...Cambridge Magazine 227 

,, ...Cap and Gown ... 227 

„ ...College Echoes ... 231 

„ ...Durham Univ. Gaz. 234 

„ ...Gambolier 238 

9, ...Glasgow Magazine... 239 

„ ...Granta 240 

,, ...Gryphon 240 

„ ...London Univ Gae. 252 

,, ...Mermaid 253 

„ ...Oxford Magazine ... 259 

99 ... „ Review ... 161 

99 ... ,. Univ. Gaz. ... 161 

„ ...Student (Edinbro) 270 

„ ...University Corres. 273 

„ ...Univ.Extens'n Bulln. 273 

„ ... „ Socialist Bulln. 273 

„ ...Varsity 273 

Vegetarian ...Danielite Star ...233 

,, ...Herald ofGoldenAge 241 

,9 ...Vegetarian 273 

„ ... ,, Messenger 274 

Viviaeetion ...Abolitionist 219 

„ ...Animals Defender... 220 

„ ... „ Guardian... 220 

Zoology Jnl. of Linnean Soc. 247 

„ Zoological Res. 248 

Novitiates Zoologricje 268 

Proc. of Zoolog. Soc. 263 

Scottish Naturalist 267 

Trans, of Zoolog.Soc. 272 

Zoologist 278 



.rbitration 
ind Peace 



frlca 



rmy 



..Arbitrator 221 

..Concord 231 

...Goodwill 239 

...Herald of Peace ... 241 

...Olive Leaf 258 

...Peace and Goodwill 260 
...War and Peace ... 274 

..African Telegraph ... 219 
,9 Times ... 219 
„ World ... 219 

..Jnl. of Afr. Socy. ... 246 

..American Agricul'ist 220 
..American Register 81 
..Anglo-Amer. Times 220 
..North-Amer. Rev. ... 257 

...Aldershot Mil. News 102 

OS. Dir. 220 

...Army & Navy Gaz. 82 

■•• 19 „ Chronicle 221 

... „ List 221 

... „ Orders 221 

,, Review ... 221 

.. „ Serv.Corps Jml. 221 
.. „ „ „ Qtly. 221 
..Bluejacket & Soldier 224 



(4) POLITICAL, SOCIAL & OFFICIAL. 

Army British Flag 226 Army 



..British Flag 226 

..Broad Arrow ... 82 

..Bugle Call 226 

..Cavalry Journal ... 228 
..Challenge Journal ... 228 

..Contingent 231 

..Forward 237 

..Frontiersman ... 238 
..Globe and Laurel ... 239 

..Hibemia 241 

..Imperial Cadet Mai;. 243 
..Indian Military R'd 243 
..Irish Military Guide 245 
..Journal R.A.M.C. ... 247 
..Journal of Royal 

Artillery 247 

..Journal of United 

Service Inst. ... 247 

..Journal of United 
Service India ... 243 

..Khaki 248 

..Land and Water ... 88 

..Military Mail ... 90 

„ Cyclist ... 254 

„ Journal ... 254 

,, March Jnl. 254 



...Monthly Directory 

of E. Coast Def. 2i5 

„ „ (Woolwich) 255 

Nation in Arms ... 256 

Naval &M'taryR'cordl63 

,, ,, Revw. 267 

O.B. C.Mag 258 

,, ...On the March ... 2-58 

O.T C. Mag 259 

P'mouth N. & M. Dy 262 

Ready 26t 

Regiment 265 

Rifleman 265 

Rifleshot 265 

Royal Artillery Jrnl. 265 

„ Engineers' Jrl. 265 

R.M.A. Magazine ...265 

Salisbury Plain Mil. 

Dir 266 

Sapper 266 

Sentry 268 

Supp. Military Jnl. 270 

Umted Service Gaz. 94 

,9 Mag. 273 

War OflSce Times ... 274 

(See alto Territorial:) 



INDKX TU LbJADliNU BRITISH CLASS PAPERS AND PKRHjmUAL.S. 



69 



PAOB 
...Asiatic Keview ...221 
...Calcutta Review ... 227 
...Imp. and Asiatic Qtly 243 
... Jnl. of Asiatic Soc, ... 247 

...Near East 90 

Bankmptcy ...Kemp's Gazettes ... 248 
■ „ ...Kent Mercantile Gz. 248 

...Legal Circular ... 250 
;, ...Mercantile Test ... 2.'>3 

...Perry's Gazette ... 260 
...Scottish Gazette ... 267 
... Stubbs' Gazette ...270 
" ...United Kingdom Gaz. 273 

telffian Belgian Commercial 

Advertiser 223 

„ De Stem Uit Belgie 8.5 

„ La Metropole ... 79 

,, L' Independence Beige 79 

,, Questions 264 

„ Tribune Congolaise 94 

B'ildinir S'cietiesGazette 22B 



Sluurities 



Shina 



Sivil Serrioe 



Colonies 



jonsf^rrative 
bnd Unionist 



?gypt 



Brothers & Sisters Mag. 226 
...Charity Orgniz. Rev. 228 

Record ... 83 

...Homeless 242 

...Night and Day ... 257 
...Our Hospitals and 

Charities 259 

...Our Waifs & Strays 2.59 
...Shaftesbury Mag. ... 268 
...Young Helpr's Mag. 277 
...Friend of China ... 233 
...Lamp of China ... 249 
...Loncfon and China 

Express 89 

...London & China Tel. 89 

...Civilian 84 

...Candidate 230 

...Comoetitor 230 

...Edu(»tor 234 

...Gazette 84 

...Gov. "Workers Advoc.239 

...Hints 230 

...Irish C. S. Keview... 244 
...Jnl. of Customs and 

Excise 246 

...Observer 230 

...Red Tape 265 

...State Correspondent 270 

...Student 230 

...Tutor 230 

...Australasian World 82 

...Britannic Review ... 225 

...British Australasian 82 

,, Colonial ... 225 

„ Empire Review 225 

„ Un. Record 225 

...Canada 83 

...Canadian Gazette ... 83 
„ Mail ... 83 
„ News ... 83 

...Colonizer 231 

...Empire Review ... 235 
... „ Notes ... 235 
...English Mail ... 235 

...Federal Magazine ... 236 
...Home and Col. Mail 87 
...Imperial Colonist ... 243 
...South Africa ... 93 

...United Empire ... 273 

...West Africa 94 

...Cons'rv'tive Club's Gz. 231 
... „ Franchise Rev. 231 
...Gleanings and Mem 

...Spectator 

...Junior Unionist 
...Notes from Ireland.. 



...Our Flag 
...Welsh Unionist 



239 
93 
248 
258 
259 
27-5 
220 



...Ancient Egypt 
...Journal of Egyptian 
Archaeology ... 246 
Near East 90 

^eemasonry ...Ars. Quat. Coronat. 221 

...Co-Mason 231 

...Freemason 86 

...Freemafons' Chron. 86 

...Gavel 23-< 

...Northern Freemason 257 

'rencli Fran^ais 237 

...La Chronique ... 88 

T'ndly Soc'ties Associates' Paper ... 221 

...Depositor 233 

...Druid 234 

...Druid's Quart'lyJnl. 234 



PAOK 

Pr'ndly Soc'ties Foresters' Miscellany 237 
... Free Gardeners' Jnl. 237 
...Friendly Work ... 2.38 
„ ...Giris'FrndlySoc.Jnl. 23H 

„ ... „ ,. Quarterly 238 

„ ...Hearts of Oak Jrnl. 241 

,, ...Home Friend ... 242 

,, ...Juvenile Rechabite ... 248 

,, ...Lyl Shepherd's Mag. 252 

„ ...Oddfellows' Mag. .. 

„ ...Our Letter , 

M ...Pension Record 

,, ...Rational Journal .. 

„ ... Rechabite & Tem.Mag 264 

„ ...Scotch Girls' Paper 267 

„ ...Shepherd's Magazine 268 

„ ...Son of Temperance 269 

„ ...Thrift 271 

„ ...Unity Journal ... 273 

,, ...Waterman , 

Greek Journal of Hellenic 

Studies 

Indian Calcutta Review .. 

,, Enf^lish Mail 

„ India 

„ Indiaman 

„ Indian Antiquary .. 

„ „ Church Mag. 

„ „ Education .. 

„ Ma^.&Rev'w 243 

„ ,, Military Rec. 243 

„ „ Raily.Gazette 243 

„ Islamic Review ... 245 

„ Jrnl. of Indian Art ... 246 

„ „ East India As8,247 

„ Jrnl. of U. Serv. Inst. 248 

„ Rajput Herald ... 264 

„ Zenana 278 

Irish AnClaidheamhSoluiB22J 

„ An Goadhal 220 

„ Christian Irishman... 229 

,, Eriu 235 

„ Gaeldom 238 

„ Hibernian Jnl. ... 241 

„ Ireland's Gazette ... 244 

„ Irish Industrial Jnl. 245 

,, „ Life 245 

„ „ Nation ... 245 

„ „ Opinion ... 211 

„ Kerryman 248 

„ Liberator 250 

,, London Irish Citizen 251 

„ Newlrelard ... 211 

„ Shamrock 268 

„ Slainte 268 

Studies 270 



258 
259 
260 
264 



274 

246 
227 
235 
243 
87 
243 
243 
243 



Italian 


...LondraRoma .. 89 


Japanese 


...JapaneseJnl.of Com. 245 




...Kokka 248 


9) 


...Trans, of Jap. Soc... 272 


Jewish. 


...BaDner of Israel ... i?22 




...Beehive for Israel ... 223 


5> 


...Covenant People ... 2o2 


ft ••' 


...Daily World ... 79 


J» ... 


...East London Fund... 234 


jy ... 


...Hayehoody 241 


f» ... 


...Jewish Chronicle ... 83 


>» 


„ EveningNews 80 


»> 


... „ Express ... 79 


»» 


... „ Quarterly Rev. 245 


99 ••• 


,, Review ... 245 


>> ... 


... „ Times ... 79 


>> "• 


... „ World ... 88 


99 


...Phonograph 261 


%9 ••• 


...Scattered Nation ... 266 


J» 


...Trusting and Toiling 273 


Labour 


...Bd.ofTrd.Lab.Gaz. 224 


If *** 


...British Citizen ... 82 




,. Workman ... 226 


19 ••• 


Bull, of Int. Lab. Office 227 


ff ••• 


...Clarion 84 


II "• 


...Employment Gazette 235 


fl •"• 


...Forward 237 




. . . Govemm ent Workers' 




Advocate 239 


... 


...Herald 87 


19 *■* 


...HuddersfieldWorker 140 




...Hull Labour Journal 242 


II "1 


...Humanity 242 


. 


...Justice 8S 


91 ••• 


...Labour Leader ...151 


It **■ 


...Labour News ... 88 


9) *** 


... „ Voice ... 24S 




... „ Women ... 248 


II 


...Land Nationaliser ... 249 



PAoK 

Labour Monthly Labour Jnl. 255" 

„ ... ...National Weekly ... 90 

,, Pioneer (Woolwich) 98 

, „ (Bradford) 112 

, „ 'Burnley)... 261 

,, ,, (Leicester) 146 

„ „ (Merthyr) ... 154 

„ Rhondda Leader ...179 

„ Schemes 266 

, Sheffield Gdn. ... 268 

,, Socialist 268 

,, „ Review ... 269 

„ Trade Unionist ... 272 

,, Voice of Labour ... 274 

„ Weekly Citizen ... 144 

, Woman Worker ... 27ft 

„ Women's Indu8.New8 276 

,, TradeUD.Rev276 

„ Workers' Friend ...277 

,, World's Labour Laws 277 

„ YorkshireF'ct'ryTime3l28 

Liberal Liberal Magazine ... 250 

,, „ Monthly ... 260 

, Nat. Ref. Un. Rev. 256 

,, Qtly. Jrnl. Women's 

Ajssociation ... 263 

M Scottish Women's 

Liberal Magazine 267 



Local Oovemmt.Board of Trade Jrnl. 
,, ...County & City Ob. 

9, ...County Mun.'Rec. ... 

,, ...Departmental 

Decisions 

„ ...Jnl. of Inst, of Mu- 

nicipal Eng. 
„ ...Knight's L.G. Repts. 248 

„ ...Local Govern. Chron. 89 

,1 ... „ ., Journal 89 

,, ...London Mun. Notes 251 

„ ... „ CC. Gaz. . 

,, ...Medical Officer 

„ ...Municipal Journal 

,1 ... „ Officer 

11 ... „ Reformer 256 

,, ...PoorLawOfficers'Jnl. 261 

,1 ... „ „ Dist. Council 

Journal... 261 
„ ... „ &L.Gov.Mag. 261 

Navy Army & Navy Chml. 221 



82 

84 

197 

233 

247 



251 
89 
90 

256 



82 
224 

82 

227 

230 

2i7 

.. 239 



Gaz. 
...Bluejacket ... 
...Broad Arrow 

...Cadet 

...Church Pennaat 

...Fleet 

...Globe and Laurel 

...Hampshire Telegraph 

ana Naval Chron. 164 
...Journal of Royal U. 

Service Inst. ... 247 

...Nautical Magazine... 257 
...Naval & Mil. Record 163 
... „ „ Review 257 
...Naval War Offi. Jrnl 257 

...Navy 257 

... „ League Qtly. 257 

... „ List 267 

...O.T.C. and Cadet ... 259 
...Portsmouth Direct'ry 262 
...United Service Gaz. 94 
...United Service Mag. 273 
...War Office Times ... 274 

Ofilcial Board of Trade Jrnl. 82 

„ , „ Lab.Gaz. 224 

„ Dublin Gazette ... 211 

„ Edinburgh Gazette... 196 

„ Gazette de Guernsey 217 

i> Illus. Journal Patents 243 

„ Journal of Dept. of 

Agriculture (Irish) 246 

„ Journal of Board of 

Agriculture 246 

„ London Gazette ... 89 

„ Registrar's Returns 265 

„ Trade & Navigation 272 

„ Trade Marks Journal 272 

II W'kly Return Births 275 

Parliamentary... Debates 260 

,, Gazette 260 

„ ...Local Acts during 

Session 251 

,, ...Representation ... 265 

,, ...Ross's Records ... 265 

„ ...Vacher's Companion 273 



70 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



¥ 



*olice 



PAGE 
.. 261 
.. 231 
.. 261 
.. 87 
.. 258 



'olisli 
*oor Laws 



>ost Office 



...Chronicle 

...Constabularj' Gaz 

...Gazette 

...Illus. Police News... 
...On and Off Duty ... 
...Police & Prison Off, 

Journal 261 

...Prison Off. Mag. ... 262 

...Review 81 

...Eeview 261 

...Poor Law Officers' J1.261 
...Poor Law and Local 

Government Mag. 261 
...Poor Law & District 

Council Journal... 261 
...Belfast Guide ... 223 
...Bristol „ ... 225 

,',' ...ControllingOffloers'Jl. 231 

,, ...Goverament Workers' 

Advocate 239 

„ ...Irisli Postal Gdn. ... 245 

„ ...Manchester Guide ... 2.52 

„ ...Post 262 

„ ... ,, Office Guide ... 262 

,, ... „ „ (L'pool) 262 

„ ... „ „ Elec. Eng, 

Jrnl. ... 262 
„ ... „ „ Daily List 262 

„ ... „ „ Temp. 

Pioneer... 262 
„ ... „ „ WeeklyList262 

„ ...Postal & Teleg. Rec. 262 

,, ...Postman's Gazette... 262 

„ ...St. Martin's le-Grand 266 

„ ...Sub- Postmaster ... 270 

„ ...Teleg. and Telep. Jnl. 271 

rimrose League Gazette 

ussia 



iandiuavia 



iottisli 



cuiarism 



cialism. 



262 
220 
233 
237 



...Anp-lo-Russian 
...Darkest Russia 

...Free Russia 

...Pnc. Anglo-Russia 

Lit. Soc 262 

...Russian Co-operator 266 
...Russian Review ... 266 
...Twen. Cent. Russia 273 
...Anglo-Norweg'n Jnl. 220 
... „ Swedish Jnl. 220 
...Scandinavian ... 2fi6 

...Swedish Journal ... 271 
...An deo Greine ... 220 
...Celtic Monthly ... 228 
... „ Review ... 228 

...Fiery Cross 236 

...Guthna Bliadhna ... 240 

...Scottish Chronicle ... 267 

,, Gazette ... 267 

,, Histr. Review 267 

,, Nation ... 267 

... ,, Review ... 267 

...Thistle 271 

...Freedom 237 

...Freethinker ... 237 

...Truthaeeker 273 

...Call 83 

...Clarion 84 

...Church Socialist ... 230 
...Facta agnst.iSocialisui 236 



Socialism. 



Society 



...Forward 
...Freedom 
...Future 
...Herald 



PAGE 

... 237 
... 237 
... 238 

87 



...Huddersfield VV'rker 140 

...Individualist 243 

...Justice 88 

...Labour Leader ... 151 
...Land Nationaliser ... 249 
...Monthly Lab. Jrnl.... 235 

...Pioneer 261 

...Satire 266 

...Socialist 268 

... „ Record ... 268 
„ Review ... 269 

Standard ... 269 

...Spur 269 

...Voice of Labour ... 274 
...Willesden Call ... 99 

...Beau 223 

...Brighton Society ... 114 

...Bystander 83 

...Court Journal ... 84 

...Clifton Chronicle ... 116 
,, Society ... 116 
...Chelt'h'm Looker On 121 
...Gentleman's Journal 238 
...Gentlewoman ... 86 

...Irish Life 245 

... ,, Society 245 

...Lady 88 

...Ladies' Field ... 88 

„ Pictorial ... 88 

...Lady's World ... 249 

...Mayfair 89 

...Modern Society ... 90 

...Patrician 260 

...Pelican 91 

...Queen 91 

,, Scot's Pictorial ... 199 

„ Sketch 93 

„ Smart Society ...268 

,, Talkof the Town ... 271 

Tatler... ... ... 93 

„ Truth 94 

„ Vanity Fair 273 

„ West 276 

„ World 94 

South African ...Brit.& S.A. Ex. Gaz. 226 
,, ...South Africa ... 93 

„ „ African Domestic 

Monthly ... 269 
„ „ „ Engineering 269 

M „ „ Photographer 269 

„ ), ,, Pioneer ... 269 

,, ,, „ Railway Mag. 269 

South American America-Latina ... 220 
„ ...El Comerciante and 

S. Amer. Markets 234 

„ ...Journal 93 

,, ...South America ... 269 

Spain El Conunercio His- 

pano-Brit 234 

,, Hispania 212 

Suffrage Anti-Suffrage Rev. 221 

,, Britannia 225 



SuiFrage 



Territorials 



Wales 



PAGh 

...Catholic Suffragist 228 
...Coming Day ... 231 

...Common Cause ... 231 
...Cons, and U. W. 
Franchise Rev. ... 231 

...Egoist 234 

...Englishwoman ... 235 
...Irish Citizen ... 244 

...JusSuffragi 248 

...Monthly News ...255 

...Vote 274 

...Votes for Women ... 274 
...Woman's Drdnaught 276 
...London Scot. Gaz. 252 
„ ...Military Mail ... 90 

„ ...Regiment 265 

„ ...Territorial Serv. Gaz. 93 

„ ...Volunteer T. C. Gaz. 274 

„ ... „ Civ. F. Jnl. 274 

Town Planning Garden Cities ... 238 

M ...Housing Journal ... 242 

„ ...Ideal Homes ... 243 

„ ...Record (Hampstead) 264 
„ ...Scottish Smallholder 267 

,, ...Smallholder 268 

„ ... ,, Gazette 268 
„ ...Surveying and Hous- 
ing World 271 

,, ...Review 272 

...Baner ac Amserau... 127 
. . . Bibliography of Wales223 
...Cenad Hedd ... 223 

...Cymru 132 

... „ r Plant ... 232 

...Darian 101 

...Dysgedydd 234 

...EurgrawnWesleyaidd 235 

...Geninen 238 

...Greal 240 

...Gwalia 105 

...Haul 241 

...Herald Cymraeg ... 12C 

...Llan 143 

...London Welshman... 89 
...Negesydd Cenliadol 257 

...Papur Pawb 259 

...Pulpud Cymru ... 263 
...Seren Cymru ... 120 

... „ Gomer ... 268 

...Trvsorfa'r Plant ... 273 

...Udgorn 165 

...Welsh Outlook ... 275 

...y Beirniad 277 

...YBrython 148 

...Y Cerddor 277 

...YDydd 128 

.Y Genedl Gymreig... 120 
" " 148 

120 
277 
277 
104 
278 
154 
120 
148 



...Y Glorianydd 

...YGoleuad ... 

...Y Gorlan ... 

...Y Gymraes ... 

...Y Seren 

...Y Traethodydd 

...YTyst 

...Y Werin a'r Eco 

...YWyntyll ... 



iptist ... 


...Athraw 


222 




...Baptist Monthly ... 


222 


i> 


„ Record 


222 




„ Teacher ... 


222 


„ 


Times 


82 


... 


...Divine Light & Truth 233 


... 


...Earthen Vessel 


234 


tt ••• 


...Gospel Standard ... 


239 


1 


...Greal 


240 


... 


...Herald 


241 




...Missionary Herald... 


254 


... 


...Scottish Bap. Mag.... 


267 


i> 


...Seren Cymru 


120 




...Seren yr Ysgol Sul 


268 




...Strict Baptist Mis- 






sion Herald 


270 


iddhist ... 


...Review 


226 


tholic ... 


...Annals of Prop, oi 






Faith 


221 


ti tii 


... „ Soc. of Holy 






Childhood 


2?1 


II ••' 


...Ave 


222 



(5) RELIGIOUS. 

Catholic Banner of Truth ...222 

„ Catholic 227 

„ „ Book Notes ... 228 

„ „ Bulletin ... 228 

,, ,, Federationist 228 

„ Herald ... 83 

,, „ (Edinb'g) 196 

,, Home Jrnl.... 228 

,, „ Magazine ... 228 

,, „ Review ... 228 

,, „ Social Bulletin 228 

„ , Suffragist ... 228 

„ ,, Women's 

League Mag. 228 

„ „ World ... 228 

„ Child oF Mary ... 228 

,) Church Union Gaz. 230 

, Cross 232 

Dowry of Mary ... 233 

ft Dublin Revipw ... 234 

M Ecclesiastical Review 234 

„ Free Catholic ... 237 

1/ Glasgow Star and 

Examiner 198 



Catholic 



...Guthna Bliadhna ... 240 

...Imeldist 243 

...Irish Catholic ... 211 
... Irish Eccles. Rec... 244 

... ,, Rosary 245 

...Missionary Gazette... 254 

...Month 255 

...Quarterly Bulletin... 263 

...Rosary 265 

...St. Peter's Net ... 266 

...Symbol 271 

...Tablet 93 

...Universe 94 

...Welsh Cath. Herald 119 



Christadelphian Chrisladelphian ... 229 

Christian Endeavour : 

,, „ ...C. E. Times 229 

,, ,, ...Irish Endeavour ... 244 

Church Army ...Gazette 229 

„ „ ...Review 229 

., Chiilda... Guild Life 24U 



INDEX TU LEAUiJNU BKITJSH ULiASS FAt'EKS AJND FEKiODlUALS. 



71 





Ch. of Eng^land. 


P 

.Anglican Oh. Mag. 


220 








..Benefice Exchg.Gaz 


223 




ft 




..British Evangelist ... 


225 




M 




„ Messenger ... 


226 










..Challenge 


83 






» 




..ChroD. of Cen. Brd 
of Miss 


229 






>l 




..Church Evangelist ... 


229 






)l 




.. „ Family Pape 


r 84 






II 




.. „ of Eng. Pulpit 


229 










„ Patronage Gaz. 


230 






II 




„ QuarterlyRev. 
... „ Standard 


230 
230 






If 

II 




„ Times 
..Churchman's Mag.... 


84 
229 






II 




..Constructive Quartly 


231 






II 




..Cyfaill Eglwysig ... 


232 








..English Churchman 


85 






)9 




„ Church Review 


235 






1" 




.. „ Church-Woman 235 






St 




...Guardian 


87 






)| 




...Haul 


241 






19 




..Home Words 


242 






It 




..Irish Protestant 


245 






11 




. . Men' s M agazine 


253 


» 




II 




...Modem Churchman 


255 






II 




...National Church ... 


256 






II 




...Protestant All. Mag. 


263 










„ Observer 263 






99 




„ Witness 


263 






II 




„ Woman... 


263 


1 




99 




„ Standard 


148 






99 




...Record 


92 






■ II 




...Young Protestant ... 


278 


: 


Ch. of Ireland . 


..Gazette 


210 


t 


t} 




tl 


..Irish Church Qtly. ... 


244 


1 


)f 




II 


.. ,, Churchman ... 


244 


5 


it 




II • 


.Monthly 


229 


i 


♦» 




II 


..Visitor 


274 


i 


1 Congxegational Dysgedydd 


234 


j 








,, y Plant... 


234 




II 




..Irish Cong. Mag. ... 


244 




II 




...Scottish Cong. 


267 






II 




...y Tyst 


164 



Disestablisliiiient Dis'lishm'nt Banner 233 
,, Liberator 250 



7ree Charcb. 



...Free Church Chron.... 237 
... ,, „ Leader... 237 

... „ „ Mag. ... 237 

... „ „ Witness 237 
... „ Churchman ... 237 

...Instructor 244 

...Monthly Record ... 265 



Indepen. Metb'sts Indepen. Methodist 243 



Jewisb, 



1) 
n 


Vissionary 














» 




^ 




i 




HI 




HI 




t 




* 




$ 




ft 




f 




■»? 




i 








» 1 





...Jewish Chronicle ... 88 
...Jewish Review ... 245 
...North London Pulpit 257 
...Prophetic News ... 263 
...Scattered Nation ... 266 

...Across the Seas ...219 
...African Tidings ... 219 
...African Times ... 219 
...All Nations Quarterly 220 
...All the World ... 220 

...Angola Miss. Mag.... 220 
. . . Annala of Propagation 

of Feith 221 
,, ofSoc. ofHoly 

ChUdhood 221 
...Ashore and Afloat ... 221 
..At Home and Abroad 222 
222 
222 
222 
223 
224 
225 
226 



...Awake 
...Banner of Truth 

...Bargeman 

...Beehive for Israel ... 
...Blessed be Egypt ... 
...Bright Words 
...British Workman ... 
...Brothers and Sisters 

Magazine 226 

...Central Africa ... 228 
...Children's League of 

Pity Paper ... 229 

...Child's Guardian ... 229 

...China 229 

...China's Millions ... 229 
. ...Chronicle of Cent. 

Board of Miesiona 229 



Missionary 



PAGE 

.Chronicle of London 

Missionary Society 229 
.Church and People ... 229 
. „ and the Sailor 229 
.Church Friendly ... 229 
..Chxirch Missionary 

Gleaner 229 
„ „ Review 229 

.City Sparrows ... 230 
..C.M.S. Gazette ... 229 
..Darkness and Light 233 
.Dawn in Central Asia 233 

.Daybreak 233 

.Diamonds from South 

Africa 233 
..East and the West ... 234 
, . East London Fund for 

Jews 234 
..Echoes of Service ... 234 
..Evangel. Brit. Mis. 236 
..Flames of Fire ... 237 
..Foreign Field ... 237 

.. „ Miss. Chron. 237 
..Go or Send ... '... 239 

..Greatheart 240 

..Greater Brit. Messen- 
ger 240 
..Guild Life and WorK 240 

..Herald 241 

..Highways & Hedges 241 

..Homeless 242 

..Homesof the East ... 242 
..Home Worker's Gaz. 242 
..Illus. Catholic Mias. 243 
..India's Wompn ... 243 
..Inter. Rev. of Miss. 244 
..Islamic Review ... 245 
..Jewish Miss. Herald 245 
,, „ Intelli- 
gence 245 



..King's Messenger 
..Lamp of China 
..Land of Sinim 
..Layman's Bulletin. 
..Life and Work 
..Lifeboat Journal . 
...Light- Bearer 
.Links of Help 



248 
249 
249 
249 
250 
250 
2-50 
250 



..London CityMiss.Mag 251 



Mess. 
..Lord's Portion 
..Medical Missions . 
..Mercy and Truth . 
..Missionary Echo 
„ Gazette . 

„ Herald . 

Leaves 



251 
262 
253 
253 
254 
254 
254 
254 



„ Quarterly 254 

„ Review ... 254 

...Mission Field ... 254 

...Monthly Record ... 255 
..Moravian Missions ... 256 
...Negesydd Cenliadol 257 

..Net 257 

..News from Afar ... 257 
..Night and Day ... 257 
...North Africa ... 257 

...North British Colum- 
bia News 257 
, . . Nurses Near Sc Far 258 

...One by One 268 

...Our Missions 269 

...Our Sisters 259 

...Our Waifs 269 

...Our Work 259 

...Prim.Meth.Miss.Her. 262 
...Public Works Mag.... 263 
...Record of Misd.Work 264 
...Regions Beyond ... 265 
... Hound World ... 265 

. . . St. Joseph' 8 Advocate 266 
...Seed Time & Harvest 268 
...Shaftesbury Mag. ... 268 
„. Sierra Leone Messgr 268 
...South America ... 269 
...South America Mis3. 

Mag. 269 
...Southern Cross Log... 269 
,, Rhodesia... 269 
...Star in the East ... 270 
... Strict Bapt. Miss. Hid. 270 
...Toilers of the Deep ... 272 

...Treasury 273 

...Trusting and Toiling 273 
...Univeraal Bro'hood 273 





PAGl 


Missionary 


..Western Equa. Africa 27." 


i> 


..Without the Camp ... 27i 


II 


..Woman's Miss. Mag. 27( 


19 


Work ... 27e 


II * 


..Wonderlands ... 27( 


19 


..Workers at Home ... 27' 


II 


..Zambesi Mission ... 27^ 


II 


..Zenana 27i 


Mohammedan 


..Islamic Review ... 24i 


Moravian 


..Moravian Messenger 25 


II ••• 


„ Missions ... 2.5i 


t) 


..Periodical Accounts 26( 


Xon-Sectarian 


...British Weekly ... 8! 




..Christian 8 




„ Advocate 20. 




„ Age ... 8 




„ Comnwlth 8 




„ Globe ... 8 




„ Herald ... 8 




„ World ... 8- 




„ Pulpit 22 




...Sunday Companion 27 


P.S.A. ... 


...Brotherhood ... 22 


II 


...P.S.A.Bro. Journal 26 


Presbyterian 


...Burning Bush ... 22 


II 


..Ciiildren's Messenger 22 


II 


...Irish Presbyterian ... 24 


II ^ * 


.Messenger for ChUdren 25 


II 


...Missionary Herald ... 25 


II 


...Our Own Magazine... 25 


II 


...Presbyterian ... 26 


II 


„ Messenger 26 


II 


...Reformed Pres, Wit- 




ness 26 


II 


...Trefisury 27 


II 


...Witness (Belfast) ... 20 



Frim.Meth.odistsPrimitive Meth.Ldr. 9 
,1 II — 91 ,9 Herald 26 

II II ••• II II Sunday 

School Mag, 26 
,, 11 ...Preacher's Mag. ... 26 



Salvation Army All the World 
„ ...Bandsman ... 



. 22 
22 

,, ...Deliverer 23 

„ ...Field Officer 23i 

,, ...Musical Salvationist 25 

„ ...Social Gazette ... 26 

„ ...War Cry 9 

„ ...Warrior 27 

„ ...Yoimg Soldier ... 27 

Soci'tyofPriendsFriend s 

„ ... „ Qtly. Examiner 23 

„ ... „ Witness ... 23 

,, ...Jnl. of Friends Hist. 

Soc. 

,, ...One and All 

,, ...Ploughshare 

,, ...Workers at Home ... 



24 
25 
26 
27 



Sunday Scliools...Athraw 22 

,, ...Believers' Pathway 22 

„ ...Church Sun.Sch.Mag.2o 

„ ...Church of Scotland 

Teachers' Mag. 23 
,, ...Eldermote Review ... 23 

,, ...Home Helper ... 24 

,; ...Morning Rays ... 25 

,, ...Notes on Lessons ... 25 

„ ...Pocket Lesson Book 26 

„ ...Prun.Meth. S.S.Mag. 26 

„ ...Sabbath Sch.Teachers' 

Monthly 26 
„ ... Scottish Nat.Sab.Sch. 

Magazine 26 
„ ...Scripture Lessons ... 2€ 

„ ...Sunbeam 27 

,, ...Sunday Sch. Chron. i 

„ ... „ Monthly 27 

„ ... 91 Times 27 

„ ...Wesleyan S. S. Mag. 27 

„ ...Westminster Teacher 2? 

It ...Y Lladmerydd 

„ ...Young Watchman 

Swedenborgian New Church Mag. ... 
II - „ ,1 Qtly.... 

„ ... II „ WkJy. 

Unitarian ...Christian Life 

,, ...Inquirer 

,, ...Unitarian Monthly... 

,, ...Yr Ymofynydd 



,72 


THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRfiCTOHV. 






PAGE 




PAOB 




PAGE 


^esleyan 


...Christian "Words ... 229 


Wesleyan 


...Meth. and S. S. Mag. 275 


Y.M.C.A. 


...L'poolY.M.C. A.News 251 




. . . Eurgrawn Wesleyaidd 236 




...United Methodist ... 94 


»» 


...M'chester Y.M.C.A. 




...Foreign Field 237 


" 


Mag. 273 

...YDrysorfa 277 




News 252 




...Guild 240 


M 




...OnrOatlook(Y.W.C.A)259 




...Local Preachera' Mag. 251 


l> 




...Our Own Gazette ...259 




...Mag.ofW. Meth.Ch. 252 


M 


...Ymwelydd 277 




...Polytechnic Magazine 261 




...Manx Record 253 

...Methodist Expositor 254 
,, Recorder ... 90 


T.M.C.A. 
fi 


....\dvance 219 

...Brit. Emp. Review ... 225 




...Times 277 

...Women's Quarterly... 276 
...Y.M 277 




„ Times ... 90 


u 


...Edin. Y.M.C.A.Mag. 234 




...Y.W.C.A. Newsletter 278 



(6) SPORTS, PASTIMES. ATHLETICS, HOBBIES & PETS. 



Aeronautics 



Animals 



AtUetics ... 



ladxninton 



Bees 



Billiards 
Birds 



Botvllng ... 
Camping ... 
Cats 

Chess 

»> ••• 

Competitions 

>i 

Conjuring 

>) 

j> 
Country Life 



...Aeroplane 81 

...Aeronautics 219 

...Air 220 

...Aircraft 220 

...Flight 86 

...Flying 86 

...Animalia 220 

...Animals' Defender... 220 
...Animals' Friend ... •.2^ 
...Animals' Guardian 220 
...Animal World ... 220 
...Band of Mercy ... 2j2 
...Fur and Feather ... 238 
...Hamlyn's Managerie 

Mag 240 

...Our Animal Brothers 259 

..Athletic News 

(Manchester) 151 

...Boxing 82 

...Gaelic Athlete ... 211 
...Health & Strength 241 
...Mirror of Life ... 90 
...Sport and Pky ... 269 
...Swimming Mag. ... 271 

...Badminton Gazette... 222 
„ Mag. ... 222 

..Bee Keeper's Gazette 223 
... „ „ Record 223 
...British Bee Journal 225 
...Irish Bee Journal 244 

...Billiard Monthly ... 223 

..Avicultnral Magazine 222 

..Bird Lover 223 

.. ,, Notes 223 

.. „ „ and News 223 
..British Birds ... 225 

..Bulletin of British 

Gruith. Club ... 226 

..Cage Birds 227 

.. Feathered World ... 86 
..Fur& Feather & Cats 238 

..Gamekeeper 238 

„ Gaxetle 238 

..Homing Pigeon ... 242 

..Ibis 243 

..Jnl. of S. African 

Ornith. Union ... 248 

..Pigeons 261 

..Poultry Keeping ... 262 
..Racing Pigeon ... 264 
..Zoologist 278 

..Bowling World ... 224 

...Camping 227 

...Fur& F. & Cats ... 23S 
...Our Dumb Friendj 259 

...British Chess Mag. 226 
...Chess Amateur ... 228 
..Four-Leaved Sliamr'k 237 

...Competitors' Journal 231 
...Picture Puzzle News 261 

...Magic 252 

... „ Circular ... 262 
...Magician Monthly 252 
..Country Life ... 84 

„ SideLeaflet 232 
...Ladies Field ... b8 

...Field {.6 

...Gentlemen's Journal 238 
...Gamekeeper ... 238 

„ Gazette ... 238 

...Irish Field 211 

...Land and Water ... 88 
...Scottish C'ntry Life 267 



Country Life 

Croquet ... 
Cycling ... 



Dogs 



Fishing 



Football 



Gardening 



Golf 



Hobbies 



..Scottish Field 
.Vineyard 

.Croquet Ass. Gaz. 



267 
274 

232 



..C. T. C. Gazette ... 232 

..Cycling 232 

..Irish Cyclist 24t 

..Military Cyclist ... 254 

..N.C.U. Rev 256 

..Scottish Cyclist ... 267 

..Sport and Play ... 2G9 

..Collie Folio 231 

..Coursing Calendar... "232 

..Foxhound 237 

..Horse and Hound ... 87 
..Illus. Kennel News 243 
..Kennel Gazette ... 248 

..Our Dogs 259 

.. „ Dumb Friends... 259 

..Anglers' News ... 220 
..Brit.Sea Anglers Soc. 

Quarterly ... 226 

.Fishing Gazette ... 86 
. Salmon & Trout Mag. 266 

..Football Plyr's Mag. 237 
..Racing and Football 
Outlook 264 

..Amateur Gardening 81 
..Floriculture ... 237 

..Free Gardeners' Jml. 237 

..Garden 86 

.. „ Life 238 

„ Monthly ... 238 
.. „ Work ... 238 

..Gardener 238 

..Gardeners' Chronicle 86 
„ Magazine 86 

..Gardening 86 

..Irish Gardening ... 245 
..Jml. of Gardeners' 

Assn 246 

..My Garden 256 

..Orchid Review ... 258 

„ World ... 2.')9 

..Rural World ... 266 

..Vineyard 274 

..Golf (Illustrated) ... 239 
.. ,, Club Steward 239 

..Golfing 239 

..Golf Monthly ... 239 

..Liverpool Golfer ... 251 
..London Golfer ...251 
..Midland Golfer ... 254 

..Professional 263 

...World of Golf ... 278 

...Amateur Mechanic 220 
...Bric-a-Brac 225 



Horses 



Lawn Tennis 
Live Stock 



Motoring. 



Numismatics 



Philately... 



.Trotting World ... 27.S 

.Veterinary Journal... 274 

,, News ... 274 

Record ... 274 



.Lawn Tennis 



249 



...British Pig Breeder 226 
..Fur and Feather ... 238 
...Live Stock Journal 89 
...Poultry Keeping ... 262 
... Scottish Farmer ... 199 

..Auto 222 

..Autocar 82 

..Autocycle 222 

..Automobile Owner 222 
..Automotor Journal 82 

..Car 83 

..Commercial Motor... 231 
..Irish Cy. and Motor 

Cyclist 244 

..Light Car 250 

.. ,, „ and Cycle 

Car 250 

..Military Cyclist and 

Motorcyclist .. 254 

..Motor 90 

.. „ Cycle ... 255 

.. „ Cycling ... 2.5.5 
.. „ News ... 2.56 

.. „ Ship and Boat 256 
.. „ Traction ... 256 

.. „ World 256 

..Road 265 

...Royal Auto Club Jnl. 266 
..Scottish Cyclist and 

Motorcyclist ... 267 

..Chronicle 258 

...Circular 258 

...Collectors' Journal... 231 

...British Philatelist 226 

..Collector 230 

..Collectors' Journal... 231 

..Ewen's Wkly. News 236 

..Grieberts' Notes ... 2-JO 

...Jml of Phil. Lit. Soc. 247 

..London Philatelist... 252 

..Oswald Marsh's Cir. 259 

...Philatelic Ex.& Mart 260 

„ Journal ... 260 

,, Magazine 260 

„ Record ... 260 

,, Soc. Rec. 260 

..Postage Stamp ... 262 

..Stamp Collecting ... 269 

.. „ Collector ... 269 

.. „ Coll. F'tn'tly 269 

... „ ., Qtly ... 269 

.. „ Lover 269 

..West End Philatelist 275 



II 


...Burlington Mag. .. 


227 


Photography 


...Amateur Photogphr 


220 


»f ••• 


...Collectors' Jnl. 


231 






...Brit. Jml. of Photo. 


82 


II ... 


...Connoisseur 


231 




jj 


...Camera 


227 


If ... 


...Hobbies 


242 




„ 


...Chron. of Cam. Club 229 


PI ... 


...Hobby World 


242 




II 


...Nature Photographer 


256 




...Home Handicrafts.. 


242 






...Photography 


261 


II 


...Junior Mechanic*.. 


248 






...Photogr'phic J'nal 


261 




...Model Engineer .. 


265 






...South African Pho. 


269 


II 

II 


... „ Railways ... 255 
...Modelling Monthly 2>4 


Polo 


...Polo Monthly 


261 


II 


...Popular Mechanics 


261 


Poultry 


...Eggs 


234 


II 


...Wool Worker 


276 






...Feathered World ... 


86 


If 


...Work 


. :^77 






...Illus. Poultrv Rec... 


243 


Hockey ... 


...Hockey Field 


. 242 






...Jl.of Nat.P'ltry Soc 
...Monthly Hints 


247 
255 


Horses 


...Bloodstock Review.. 


. 224 






...Poultry 


91 


II 


...Foxhound 


. 237 






„ Journal 


262 


II 


...Horse and Hound .. 


. 87 






Keejung ... 


262 


II 


...Live Stock Journal.. 


89 






World 


262 



INDEX TO LEADING BRITISH CLASS PAPERS AND PERIODICALS. 



73 



Shooting' 



Sportiner 



.Bifleman 
.Rifle Shot ... 
.Shooting Times 



PAGE 

,.. 265 
.. 265 
... 268 



..Athletic News ... 151 
..Badminton Gazette 222 
Mag. ... 222 
..Baily's Maf^zine ... 222 
..Chilton's Guide ... 229 
. .Diamond Racing Jnl. 233 

..Flash 237 

..Gaeldom 2.S8 

..Gale's Special ... 23S 
..Illus. Sporting News 87 
..Ireland's Sat. Night 208 

..Irish Field 211 

.. „ Life 245 

.. ,, RacingCal'ndar 245 
..Lotinga'sWk-endSp. 252 
..M'CaH's Rac. Chron. 252 
..Monday Midget ... 255 
..Midland Sportg.Gaz, 159 
..Mirror of Life ... 90 
..Newmarket News ... 156 

..Racehorse 264 

..Racing Blue Book ... 264 



PAGE 

Sporting Racing Calendar ... 264 

,, „ Expert ... 264 

,, „ Gazette ... 264 

Judge ... 264 

, „ News ... 92 

„ „ Opinion ... 264 

,, „ Outlook ... 264 

„ „ Specialist ... 264 

„ World ... 92 

, Ruff's Guide 266 

, Scottish Field ... 267 

, Sport (Dublin) ... 211 

„ Sporting Chronicle 152 

, „ H'cap Book ... 269 

, Life 80 

„ „ LifeRacingG'de 269 

„ „ Rac'gUp-to-date 269 

,, „ Times 93 

„ World ... 93 

„ Sportsman 80 

„ Soortsman's Guide 269 

„ Squire's Special ... 269 

, Town Topics 94 

, Trotting World ... 273 

Turf 273 



PA05 

Sporting Turf Guardian ... 2T, 

„ „ Record 271 

„ Winning Post ... 9( 

„ Yorkshire Early Bird 17* 

Tonring ...Alpine Journal ... 2S 

, Bradshaw's Routes... 2S 

„ Climbers' Club Jrn'l 

„ Cook'sTr'veller'sQa* 28 

, Cook's Ocean List... 21 

CT.C. Gazette 

„ Irish Tourist 

„ King's Highway 

„ Pyrenean 

„ Railw'yTrav.M'nthly2( 

„ Scottish Mountain- 
eering Journal ... 

„ Sportman's and Tour 

ist's Guide 

„ Traveller De Luxe ... 

, World Travel Gaa. 

Taohting ft Boating 

„ ...CruisingAss. Bull.... 

„ ...Lock to Lock Times 261 

„ ...Yachtsman 27! 

„ ...Yachting World ... 9^ 

„ ... „ Monthly... 27' 



21 

"a 

27 
27 

I 
231 



(7) FASHION & MISCELLANEOUS. 



Bits & Select'ns Answers 
Blighty 



Boya' 



221 

224 
227 
243 
243 
259 
260 
260 
261 
264 
272 
275 
275 



Cassells Sat. Jrl. 

Ideas 

Illustrated Bits 

Papur Pawb 

Pearson's Weekly ... 
People's Friend 

Photo Bits 

Red Letter 

Tit Bits 

Wkly.Tgh. (Shffield) 
Wkly. Welcome 

...Boys' Brigade Gaz. 224 
... „ Friend ... 224 

... „ „ Library 224 

... „ & Girls' Mag, 224 
... „ Own Paper ... 224 
...Boy Scouts Gaz. ... 224 
...Britons' Own Lib.... 226 
...Buffalo Bill Library 226 

...Captain 227 

...Child's Companion 229 

...Chums 229 

...Diamond Library ... 233 
...Gem Library ... 238 

...Nelson Lee Library . 257 
...Nugget Library ... 258 
...Our Boys' Magazine 259 
...Penny Popular ... 260 
...St. George's Mag, ... 266 
...St. Nicholas Mag.... 266 

...Scout 267 

...Sexton Blake Lib. ... 268 

...Union Jack 273 

...Wolf Cub 276 

...Work and Play ... 277 

...Ally Sloper 220 

...Big ^d. Comic ... 223 

...Butterfly 227 

„. Chatterbox 228 

...Chips 229 

...Chuckles 229 

...Comic Cuts 231 

...Comic Life 231 

...Favourite Comic ... 236 

...Firefly 2.J7 

...Fun 238 

...Funny Cuts 238 

... „ Wonder ... 23S 

...Jester 245 

...Laughable Dialogues 249 

...Lot o' Fun 252 

...Merry and Bright ... 263 

...Papur Pawb 2.9 

...Picture Fun 261 

...Punch 91 

...Rainbow 26 1 

...Sparks 269 



Fashions 



Girls' 



. .Blackmore'sFashions 223 
..Butterick Quarterly 227 

..Chiffons 228 

..Children's Clothing 228 
..Choice Fashions ... 229 
..Coming Fashions ... 231 

..Delineator 233 

..Enquire Within ... 235 
..Fashions for All . . 23ti 
..Gallery of Fashion 238 
..Harrison's Drsmkr. 241 
..Home Fashions ... 242 
..Jos6 Lille's Juvenile 

Dressmaker ... 245 
..JoseLille'sPrac.Fash 245 
..Ladies' Cutter ... 249 
.. „ Tailor ... 249 

.. „ Wear Trade 

Journal ... 249 
.. „ P.M. Fashions 249 
..Ladyof the House... 249 
..Ladv Cat. of Fash. 249 
..La Femme Chic ... 249 
..Leach's Dressmaker 249 
,..Le Costume Royal ... 250 
..Lon. Art Fashions ... 251 
...Mde. Maude's Cat. 252 
..Metropol. Fashions 254 
..Old Eng. Costumes 258 
..Paris Elegant ... 259 
.. ,, Fashions ... 259 
.. „ Journal ... 260 

.. „ Mode 260 

..Report of Fashion ... 265 
..Schild's Fancy Cos- 
tumes ... ... 266 

..Styles of London... 270 
..Thornton's Rev. ... 2V1 

..Vanity Fair 273 

..Weldon's Journals... 275 
..West End Gazette... 275 
..Women's Wear ... 276 
..Young Ladies' Jnl. 277 

...Boys' & Girls' Mag. 224 

..Friendly Leaves ... 238 

„ Boc.Journ'l 238 

.. „ „ Qtly.... 238 
..Girls' Club Journal... 238 
,.. „ „ News ... 238 
..Girl's Friend ... 238 

... „ „ Library 2o9 
.. „ Guildry Gazette 239 
239 
239 
239 
242 
269 
259 



Mirror .. 
. ,, Own Paper 
.Girl's Weekly 
.Home Friend 
.OufGirls 
. „ Letter ... 



Ladies 



Matrimony 



Mothers 



Needlework 



.Englishwoman 
.Enquire Within 
.Evervwoman's 
.Family Herald 

„ Journal 
.Forget-me-not 
.Gentlewoman 
.Home Chat ... 

„ CompanioQ, 

„ Cookery 

„ Notes 
. „ Weekly 
..Ladies' Cutter 
. „ Field 
. ,, Tailor 
.Lady 

.Lady of the House 24i 
.Lady's Companion... 24t 
. ., Pictorial ... 85 
. „ Realm ... 24^ 

. „ World ... 24C 

..Mother and Home... 25£ 

..Our Home 255 

,. Queen 91 

..Weldon's Journals 27£ 

..Woman at Home ... 276 

..Woman's Life ... 276 

„ Own 

„ Weekly 

World 

.Y Gymraes ... 



2!K 
23i 
23( 
23( 
23( 

» 
24i 
24£ 

24S 
24S 
24-i 
24< 

8} 
24i 

8c 



27e 

27( 
27f 
27- 



..Link 25( 

..Matrimonial Circle 2oi 
„ Gazette 26i 
„ Post ... 25i 
„ Standard 253 
„ Times 25; 

..Child 225 

.. ,. Life 225 

..Creche News 2.Si 

..Maternity 251 

..Mothers in Council 25t 

„ Mag. & Baby 2ot 

„ Union Journal 25^ 

„ and Home... 25^ 

..Scot'sh Mothrs' Mag. 26/ 

..Busy Bee Knitting 

Book 22/ 

..Fancy Needlework... 23( 
..Harrison's Journal... 241 
..Leach's Home Series 24J 
..Needle and Thread 25'; 
..Needlecraf t Practical 

Journal 25' 

..Needlework for All 25' 
..Paris Journal ... 26( 

..Stitchery 27( 

..Weldon's Practical 

Needlework ... 27j 
..Woolcraft ... 27( 



74 



lATLI MOENINQ NEWSPAPEES OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. 



Title. 



London 



Bedford ... 
Birmingham 

Bradford ... 
Brighton ... 

Bristol 

Cardiff L 

Darlington 

Exeter 

HnTl ~ 
Ipswich .^ 
Leeds 



Leicester , 
Liyerpool . 



Manchester 
Newcastle.^ 

Xorwlch ._ 
Nottingham 

Plymonth ^ 

Sheffield ... 

Swansea ... 
York 

8COTX.AND. 

Aberdeen ... 

Dundee ~. 

Kdlnbnrgh 
Glasgow .~ 

LeltK ~ 

ISBXiAin). 

Belfast ... 

Cork .~ 
Dablln '.'.'. 

Londonderry 

ISLSS. 
Jersey ...'"■ T , 



Daily Chronicle .~ — 

„ Express 

„ Graphic ... 

„ Mail ^ ~ 

„ Mirror 

„ JNeies & Leadtr ... 

„ Sketch ... ~. 

„ Telegraph... ~.. 

„ World 

Financial News 
„ Tim«s 
„ Truth 
FHnaneier Je BuUvtmat 

Indicator 

IsHngton Gazette 
Jewish Express 

„ Times 

Lloyd's List 

Morning Advertiser .„ 
Post ... ^ 
Pnhlic Ledger ... 

Sporting Life 

Sportsman ... ^ 
Times 

Daily Circular 

Gazette 

Post ... ~. 
Yorkshire Observer 

Morning Argus 

Sussex Daily News 
Times and Mirror 
Western Daily Press .^ 
Journal of Commerce ... 
South Wales Daily News 

Western Mail 

Northern Echo ... 
North Star ^ 

Daily Gazette .^ 
Daily Western Times ^ 
Eastern MomingNews.^ 
East Anglian Dy. Times 
Mercury ... ... „ 

Yorkshire Post .„ 

Daily Post ^ 
Daily Courier ... ... 

„ Post A Mercfury 
Journal of Commerce «. 
Daily Dispatch .» 

Guardian 

Sporting Chronicle 
Daily Chronicle ... 

„ Jo^imal ... ... 

Illustrated Chronicle ... 
^'orth Mail 

Eastern Daily Press ... 
Daily Express .« 

„ Guardian 

Midland Sportg. Gazette 
Western Daily Mercury 
„ Morning News 
Daily Independent 
Daily Telegraph 
Shij^ng Register 
flerald 



Free Press 
Daily Journal ... 
Advertiser 
Courier ... 

Scotsman 

Bulletin 

Daily Record ... 
Glasgow Herald ... 
Conimercial List 



Irish Nnes 
News Letter 
Northern Whig ... 
Constitution 
Examiner 
Daily Express ... 
Freeman's Journal 
Inth Independent 

„ Timet 

„ Daily Telegraph 



Homing Netes 







BSTAB. 


Prick. 


BSTAB. 


AS A 

Weekly. 


\t 


1R55 





1900 




Id. 


1890 





Id. 


1896 




Id. 


1903 





id. 


1846 




!d. 


1910 




Id. 


1855 




id. 


1915 




Id. 


1884 





Id. 


1888 





Id. 


1889 





Id. 


1866 





id. 


1903 


1867 


Id. 


1856 


1866 


id. 


1898 




id. 


1913 




3d. 


1726 





Id. 


1794 





2d. 


1772 




2id. 


1759 




Id. 


1859 




Id. 


1865 




2d. 


1785 




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1903 




1862 


1741 


Id. 


1857 





Id. 


1834 





id. 


1896 




Id. 


1868 





Id. 


1868 


1713 


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1858 




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1904 




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1872 





Id. 


1889 




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1869 




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1880 





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id&ld. 


1863 


1772 


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1794 


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1874 





id. 


1861 


1718 


Id. 


1868 


1754 


id. 


1872 


1825 


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1808 





Id. 


1811 




Id. 


1826 




Id. 


1900 





Id. 


1856 


1821 


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1871 




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1858 


1764 


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1833 




id. 


1910 





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1827 
1803 
1014 
1865 
1888 
1893 

1876 

18B8 
1870 
1880 
1891 
1870 
1886 
1870 
1867 

1900 
1892 
1868 
1880 
1880 
1877 
1904 
1898 
1880 

1888 
1887 
1884 

1914 
1873 
1891 

1014 
1879 
1884 

1866 

1876 
1897 

1906 
1892 
1871 
1787 
1852 

1885 

1897 

1872 
1890 

1874 
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1910 




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1880 




1880 




1882 




1885 




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1895 


1880 


1854 


1877 


1848 


1889 


1865 


1870 




1895 




1877 




1912 




1886 




1882 




1876 




1887 




1864 




1855 


1840 


1887 




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MORNING JOURNALS. 



DAILY CHRONICLE, id. Established 1856. 
Principles : Liberal. The Daily Chronicle is one of 
the leading organs of the Daily press. In news, special 
articles, telegrams, and special correspondence it is thoroughly 
up-to-date. The later news Is telegraphed every night from 
all parts of the kingdom and abroad. Special literary 
features and illustrations appear daily. 

Published at 80. Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. City 9330. Central 
6914. Teleg. Muniarc, Fleet, London, (Advt., p. 487). 

DAILF EXPRESS. Jrf. Established 1900. 
Principles : Unionist. The Daily Express is strongly 
Imperialistic and ably supports the policy of consolidating the 
British Empire and of cementing British interests throughout 
the world. All the latest telegraphic news of the day is 
given, and sporting, financial and ladies' pages are special 
daily features. 
Published at 23, St. Bride Street, E.C. Tele. Holborn 6689. 
Teleg. " Express, Fleet, London." (Advt. p. 488.) 

DAILY GRAPHIC. Id. Estab. Jan. 1, 1890. The Daily 
Graphic was the pioneer of illustrated morning news- 
papers published in the Kingdom. It contains not only all 
the news of the day, amply illustrated by photographs and 
drawings, which are excellently reproduced, but it also 
includes interesting articles and notes on current topics 
contributed by well-known writers of social or political 
distinction. The Daily Graphic devotes special attention to 
the doings of the social world. 

Published at Tallis House, Whitefriars, E.C. 

Tele. 2860 Holborn (4 lines). Teleg. Talliscano, Fleet, 
London. (Advt., p. 489.) 

DAILY MAIL. Id. Established May 4, 1896. 
Principles : Independent Unionist. The Daily Mail 
(was the first paper to issue all the news of the penny morning 
press for a halfpenny. It is now one of the most widely 
circulated papers in the London Daily Press, and its influence 
on matters of public interest is considerable. Special corre- 
spondents of the Dailr/ Mail accompany every expedition of 
world-interest, and considerable enterprise and spirit are shown 
in obtaining exclusive information on important aifairs. The 
. Daily Mail is published simultaneously in London and Man- 
chester, the important news being also telegraphed to Paris for 
a separate Continental edition. 

Published by the Associated Newspapers, Ltd., Carmelite 
House, Tallis Street, E.C. 
Tele. 6000 Holborn. Teleg. Daily Mail, London. (Advt., p. 490.) 

DAILY MIRROR. Id. Established November 2, 1903. 
PRINCIPLES: Independent. The first of the picture 
papers to be issued for a halfpenny. It gives the news of the day 
in photographs, in the reproduction and printing of which it has 
reached a high standard of excellence. The Daily Mirror is 
•essentially a home paper and may be said to have a class of its own. 
Published at 23-29, Bouverie Street, E.C. 
Tele. 6100 Holborn. Teleg. Reflexed, Fleet, London. (Advt., 
|p. 491.) 

DAILY NEWS & LEADER. i<?. Established Jan. 21, 1846. 
Principles : Liberal and Progressive. The Daily JVews 
and Leader is one of the leading organs of the Liberal daily 

n tress. It devotes special consideration to social reform. Its 
iterary criticisms are a prominent feature, and its news organ- 
ization is complete and world-wide. 

Published by The Daily Nervs (Ltd.), Bouverie Street, E.C, 
Mid at 53, Dale Street. Manchester. Tele. Central 313 (nine 
lines) and City 6420 (fourteen lines). Teleg. Daily News, 
London, or Longest, Manchester. (Advt. p. 492.) 

■pvAILY SKETCH. 1^. Established 1910, 
LJ Principles : Independent. The rise of the Daily 
SketchhzA been remarkable for its rapidity. Fully illustrated 
with pictures of topical interest and well served with news, it 
las taken its position as one of the leading picture papers of 
he day. 

Publishers — London Publishing Co., Ltd., 46 & 47, Shoe 
^Ane, E.C, and Withy Grove, Manchester. Tele. Holborn 
i512. Teleg. " Disketch, London." (Advt., p. 78.) 



DAILY TELEGRAPH. \d. Established June 29, 1855. 
Principles : Unionist. The Daily Telegraph has ac- 
quired an unequalled celebrity through the promptitude, the 
fulness, and the variety of its telegraphic advices ; the enter- 
prise which its conductors have shown when events of great 
national or international interest demanded early and ample 
description ; and the novelty and freshness of the social 
articles, which are a constant feature of the paper. It is very 
widely read among business men. 

Published hv Francis Caine, 135, Fleet Street, B.C. 

Tele. City 6580 (six lines). (Advt. p. 493.) 

DAILY WORLD. \d. Established January 25, 1915. 
Principles : Independent. A Jewish morning paper 
giving the news of the day in Yiddish. The Daily World also 
contains a magazine page, serial story, etc., and consists of six 
pages daily. 

Publishers-Post Printing Press, Ltd., 165,Whitechapel Rd., B. 
Tele.— Avenue 8091. Teleg. Vindicate, London. 

FINANCIAL NEWS. Daily, Id. Established 1884. 
Principles : Independent. The Financial News is a 
thoroughly independent journal, and its record of financial in- 
telligence is very full and complete. Every day it gives specially 
cabled reports of the business of the American and foreign mar. 
kets, afeature which, by reason of its reliability, has earned for 
the paper no inconsiderable amount of its great popularity. 
Published at 111, Queen Victoria Street, E.C. (Advt., p. 565.) 
Also published daily in French at 36, bis, Boulevard 
Haussmann, Paris. 
Tele. City 6830 (four lines). Teleg. Finews, Cent, London. 

FINANCIAL TIMES. Daily, l<f. Established 1888. 
Principles : Independent. Gives full reports of all City 
topics, money-market news and company meetings. Industrial 
and economic reviews, also reports of trade progress in various 
parts of the world are frequently published. 
Published at 72. Coleman Street, E.C. Tele. 3436 London Wall. 
Teleg. Finantimo, Ave, London. 

FINANCIAL TRUTH. Daily, U. Established 1889. 
Principles : Independent. A journal of insurance, rail- 
way, mining, banking, and general news. Under the headings 
of Financial, Mining, and Company " Truths," much interesting 
information is noted and arranged. 
Published at 7, Union Court, E.C. 

FINANCIER & BULLIONIST. Daily, Id. Established 
January 6, 1866. 

Principles : Neutral. It publishes daily the oflBcial 
list of Stock Exchange prices, and contains all the latest 
information on financial matters and the reports of company 
meetings. A daily feature is Stock Exchange gossip, which 
reflects inside opinion concerning stocks and shares. Has an 
Anglo-Russian section on Thursdays. 

Offices: 49-57, Wool Exchange, E.C. Tele: London Wall 
8148-9. 

TEWISH EXPRESS. Daily, i^i. Weekly Irf. 

cJ Principles : Independent. Established June, 1895. 
It contains a digest of the day's news in Hebrew, 
Published at 89, Commercial Street, E. Tele. 3956 Central. 

JEWISH TIMES. Daily, \d. 
Principles : Independent. Established 1913. 
Contains Jewish news, general news, also commercial and 
financial items. 
Published at 325, Whitechapel Road, E. Tele. Avenue 6593. 

LA METROPOLE, Daily, Id. 
A conservative and commercial journal formerly issued 
in Antwerp, now published provisionally in London during 
the war. 
Offices : 43, Chancery Lane, W.C. 
Tele. Holborn 212. 

L'lND^PENDANCB BELGE, Daily, \d. 
A Belgian newspaper previously issued in Brussels, now 
published in London for the period of the war. Gives the 
news of the day in French. 
Published at Tudor House, Tudor Street, E.C. 
Tele. City 3960. (Advt., p. 556.) 

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LLOYD'S LIST. Daily 3i. Established 1726. 
Incorporates the Shippinff and Mercantile Oa^te. 
Official o?gan of Lloyd's^ -reporting daily the movements 
of, and casualties to. the shipping of all nations Co^tams 
also legal and financial features in connection with shipping 



Tele. London Wall 



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and commerce. , ^^ , tt n 

Published at the Royal Exchange, E.O 
3563. Teleg. " Lloyds List," London. 

MORNING ADVERTISER. Daily, Irf. 
Established February 8, 1794. . 

Pbinciples: Independent. The Morning Advertiser is 
the recognised organ of the licensed trade. It gives all the 
principal news of the day, with special consideration for items 
affecting the interests of the trade to which it appeals. Ihe 
money market.turf and stage are prominent features in its pages. 
Publishers— Society of Licensed Victualler8,127,Fleet bt.,E.C 
Tele. City 1364-5. Teleg. Morning Advertiser, London. 

MORNING POST. Daily, 2<i. Established 1772. 
Principles : Conservative. The Morning Post isthe oldest 
daily newspaper existing in London It gives special attention 
to fashionable and foreign news, and is also noted for its full and 
accurate reports of Parliamentary proceedings and the high 
Quality of its literary, musical and artistic notices. Its leading 
and special articles are characterised by great ability, and the 
contents of the paper are admirably arrayed and attractively 
presented As a medium for announcements which it is desired 
to bring before the notice of the high and wealthy classes the 
Morning Post ca.nnot he Burp&esed. ^^, „,. _^ i wn 

Published by The Morning Post, Ltd., 346, Strand, W.C. 

Telephone, 5411 City. City Office, 168, Palmerston House, 
Old Broad Street, E.C. Tele. London Wall 5681. (Advt. p. 496). 

PUBLIC LEDGER. Daily, 2id. Saturday, 3d. 
Established 1759. 
Exclusively commercial ; appealing especially to buyers and 
sellers of all kinds of food produce, "rubber," metals, etc. 

Its tables on "exports" and " imports," "drawbacks and 
"duties," afford very valuable information to the merchant 
or large trader. „^^„ 

Published at 7, Tower Hill, E.C. Tele. Avenue 3568. 

SPORTING LIFE (with which is incorporated BelVs Life in 
London, established 1822). Id. Established March 16, 1859. 
This is one of the most important sporting journals. It is 
regarded as an authority, second to none, on racing and 
breeding, and has experts on its staff for dealing with all 
kinds of sport. Sporting Life is devoted to sporting subjects 
only, its columns being filled with news and comments on 
the turf, football, cricket, coursing, golf, boxing, billiards, 
cycling, athletics, rowing, etc. 

Published at 148, Fleet Street. E.C, Tele. Holborn 87, 4532 and 
5858 (General), Holborn 5309 (Editorial). Teleg. Sporting 
Life, London. 

SPORTSMAN, THE. Daily, Id. Established August 12, 1865. 
PEINCIPLE8 : Neutral. Is devoted to sport in its varied 
phases. Articles appear in its columns on all the national 
pastimes. The Sportsman, which is the oldest daily sporting 
journal, is read largely by all classes of persons interested 
in the Turf. It makes a feature of golf, giving full descriptive 
reports of all the more important meetings, and its special 
articles on the royal and ancient game are generally the work 
of practical players of note. 

Published at iBrideweil House, Bridewell Place, E.C. 

Tele. City 260. Teleg. Sportsman, London. 

TIMES. Daily, 2rf. Established January 1, 1785. 
Principles : National and Independent. 

The Times is famous for the originality, completeness and trust- 
worthiness of its news service ; and it relies, to a greater extent than 
any other journal, on its own Correspondents, who are men of the 
highest standing at home and abroad. It has accredited repre- 
sentatives in all the principal centres in the world, from whom it 
receives the bulk of its Imperial and Foreign Intelligence ; its own 
staffs of experienced Parliamentary reporters, and of hamsters as 
legal reporters ; while on occasions of particular importance in all 
spheres of activity its special correspondents have access to the 
best sources of information. It prints three or four leading articles 
daily. To write for The Times has long been a distmction and 
a privQege ; and for the ventilation of any grievance or the 
eliciting of public opinion, a letter to The Timet is the historic 
British mode of action Sport of all kinds, the Arts and Sciences, 
are fully deult with. Financial and Commercial news is published 
in a self-contained section every day. The times publishes as 
regular annual numbers Reviews of the year on Trade, Finance, 
&c., and from time to time it also publishes special numbers 
devoted to exhaustive accounts of particular coimtries, industries 
or events, all works of permanent value, authoritative and up to date. 

No journal has enjoyed such world-wide confidence as The 
Times alike as the " nation il lecord" and as an organ of 
Imperial >ind international progress. It has for over a century 
bet-n the acknowledged leader of the Press. 

Published by The 'Times Publishing Co., Ltd., Printing-house 
Square, B.C. 

Tele. 6600 Holborn. Teleg. Times, London. (Advt., p. 4.) 



EVENING NEWS. Daily, id. 
Principles : Independent Unionist. Established 1881. 

The Evening Nems is one of the most popular of the London 
evening journals, and claims the largest net sale of any evening 
paper in the Kingdom. It is a very enterprising journal and is 
foremost in advocating those measures and reforms which it 
believes to be in the interests of the metropolis. It gives 
special prominence to incidents occurring in the London area, 
but contains in addition the news of the day from all parts 
of the world. 

It is published under the same proprietorship as the Daily 
Mail, and is attractively arranged. 

Published at Carmelite House, Tallis Street, B.C. 

Tele. 6,000 Holborn. 

EVENING STANDARD & ST. JAMES'S GAZETTE. 
Daily, Irf. 

Principles : Independent. Established 1827. 

A very popular evening journal having a large following 
among business men. Its news is gathered from all parts of 
the world and no topic of importance escapes notice in its 
columns. Special pages are devoted to Stock Markets, Ladies' 
Fashions, Sporting News, etc., and its literary articles by leading 
writers are outstanding features. 

Published at 46 and 47, Shoe Lane. E.C. Tele. Holborn 6512 
(8 lines.) (Advt., p. 494.) 

GLOBE. Daily, Id. 
Principles: Independent. Established 1803. 

This, the oldest evening paper, is a consistent supporter 
of the Conservative party. It nevertheless has always been 
foremost in advocating all needful and constitiitional 
reforms. In the News Department great energy is manifested 
to obtain the latest news, and its columns contain a large 
proportion of original matter, by some of the best writers of 
the day. 

Published at 367. Strand. W.C, Tele. Regent 4700 (3 
lines). Teleg. Globe, Rand, London. (Advt., p. 495.) 

TEWISH EVENING NEWS. Daily M- 

J Principles : Independent. Established 1914. 

Contains general and Jewish news, humorous and satirical 
items, women's gossip, etc. 

Published at 325, Whitechapel Road, E. 

Tele. Avenue 6593. 

PALL MALL GAZETTE. \d. 
Principles : Unionist. Established 1865. 

The tone in which the articles are written is that of 
Independent Unionism, and its contributors embrace the 
foremost writers of the day. Financial criticism and sporting 
news hold a prominent position. Special services of home and 
foreign news, Parliamentary reports, &c., are regular features. 

Published at 25, Tudor Street, E.C, Tele. City 7271. 

Editorial Office— 8, Temple Avenue, E.C. 

Managerial and Advertisement Office— 132-4, Fleet St., E.C. 
Tele. City 7910. Teleg. Palmagaz, London. (Advt., p. 497.) 



STAR. Daily, ^d. 
Principles : Liberal. Established 1888. 

This is the only Liberal ^d. evening paper published in 
London. It is a smartly conducted journal, and noted for its 
aggressive comments. Special attention is paid to sporting 
news. The Star is issued under the same proprietorship as 
the Daily News. 

A separate Cricket or Football edition is published every 
Saturday night during normal times. 

Published at Bouverie Street, E.C. Tele. 3\^ Central (nine 
lines) and City 6420 (fourteen lines). Teleg. Star, London. 

WESTMINSTER GAZETTE. Daily, Id. 
Established January 31, 1893. 

Principles: Liberal. The Westminster Gazette has estsb- 
lished a unique reputation among Liberal publications and has 
a remarkable intiuence amongst thinking men of all political 
persuasions. 

A most important and distinguishing feature of the TFe*^- 
minstcr Gaxette is its exclusive right of the publication of 
the cartoons of Sir Francis Carruthers Gould. Its final editions 
contain all the news of the day treated with completeness and 
accuracy. 

The Saturday Wettminster is a weekly paper published by 
the Westminster Gazette containing literary and general 
articles, short stories, book reviews, etc. It is the only 
magazine review of its kind, and has secured a unique position 
by the literary discrimination of its notices of new books. 

Published at Tudor House, Tudor Street, E.C. 

Tele. City 4784. Teleg. Ijobby, London. (Advt., p. 498.) 



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TLLDSTRATED SUNDAY HERALD. Sunday W. 
± Established March 21, 1914. 

Independent : The first planned Sunday picture paper 
which has gained great popularity through its war photographs 
and topical pictures. Theatrical and social gossip added to 
striking articles by well-known writers are outstanding features 
of this interesting journal. 

Publishers : London Publishing Co., Ltd., 46-47, Shoe Lane, 
E.G. Tele. Holborn 6512 (8 lines). (Advt., p. 77.) 

LLOYD'S WEEKLY NEWS. Saturday and Sunday, Id. 
Established November, 1842. 

PrincTiples: Liberal. This paper gives news in pictures; 
special prominence to sports, home and foreign telegrams, 
and late news of every description. It also contains special 
articles, serial and other tales by leading writers, which appear 
exclusively in its columns. There is a medical column, and 
weekly articles devoted to the garden, dress and fashion, the 
kitchen, poultry yard, and other home topics. The many 
pictorial and other features combined with the comprehensive 
record of news make Lloyd's exceedingly popular and of 
special interest to women. 

Published by United Newspapers, Ltd., 12, Salisbury Square, 
Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. City 9330, Central 6914. 

(Advt., p. 499.) 

NATIONAL NEWS. Sunday, Id. 
Independent. Established February 18, 1917. 
A journal introduced to support the policy of National 
Government and advocate closer Imperial Unity. 
Published at Temple Bar House, 23-28, Fleet Street. E.C. 
Tele. City 1174 (3 lines). Teleg. " Wakefully, Fleet, London." 

NEWS OF THE WORLD. Friday, Saturday, and 
Sunday Editions, Id. Estab. September 29th, 1843. 
One of the most widely-read papers in the world, having an 
enormous circulation. Contains all the news of the week. 
Expert sporting information. Makes a special feature of 
general, legal and medical correspondence, enquiries for long 
lost relatives and notices for missmg next of kin. Gives the 
words and music of the latest popular song, and serial stories. 
Published at 30, Bouverie Street, E.C. 'Phone Holborn 
6150 six lines. Teleg. Worldly, Fleet, London. (Advt., p. 500.3 

OBSERVER. Sunday, 2d. Established 1791. 
Principles : Unionist. The latest political rumour or 
"ondit" of the fashionable world is looked for in the Observer, 
and from its exclusive sources of information, which might be 
official from the accuracy which invariably accompanies its 

Published at 22, Tudor St., E.C. Tele. City 4591. Teleg. 
"Observer," E strand, London. (Advt., p. 494.) 

PEOPLE. Sunday, Id. Established October, 1881. 
Principles: Unionist. "A weekly newspaper for 
all classes" is the second title, and is quite borne out by the 
contents. It is one of the leading Sunday papers and is full 
of all the interesting news of the week, arranged in the 
best possible manner. Twenty columns of Saturday's sports 
and pastimes. The Special Sunday Morning Edition contains 
all Saturday's news, and is very popular everywhere. 

Published by '*The People,'' Ltd., Milford Lane, Strand, 
W.C. 

Tele. 9623-4 Gerrard. Teleg. People, London. (Advt., p. 501.) 

REFEREE. Sunday, l<i. Established 1877. 
A journal of sport and the drama. This paper is full of 
the very latest news of all sporting and dramatic matters, and is 
in fact the Observer of the sporting and dramatic world. A 
special feature of the paper is the topical article " Mustard 
and Cress," contributed by that well-known humourist, 
Dagonet (George R. Sims). 

Published at Victoria House, Tudor St., E.C. Tele. City 2360, 
Teleg, Referee, London. 

REYNOLDS'S WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. Sunday 
Id. Established May 5, 1850, 
Incorporates the "Weekly Times and Echo." 
Prii^ciples : Democratic. Advocates the widest possible 
measures of reform. It contains much strong writing, and 
is outspoken in its articles on political and social questions 
affecting the welfare of the people. The news and literary 
departments of the paper are well conducted. Illustrations are 
a feature. 

Published by John Dicks Press (Ltd.\ 8, Temple Avenue, 
E.C. Tele. Central 6941. (Advt., p. 502.) 

SUNDAY EVENING TELEGRAM. Sunday, Id. 
Established September 21, 1916. 
Gives the latest news from all parts of the world received up 
to time of going to press. Also contains a summary of views 
expressed by Sunday morning papers. 

Published by T. A. J. Catchpool, 25, Tudor Street, E.C. 
Tele. City 7557 and 7558. 



SUNDAY PICTORIAL. Sunday, Id. 
Established March 14, 1915. 

Independent : The Sunday Pictorial is one of the feats of 
modern journalism, having obtained an enormous circulation 
from its inception. Its general news is condensed in very 
readable form, and its pictures, both war and topical, of 
which several pages are given, are excellently reproduced. 
Special articles on the chief topics of the day contributed by 
men and women of note afford a commentary on national affairs 
which is much appreciated by its readers. 

Published by Sunday Pictorial Newspapers, Ltd., 23-29, 
Bouverie Street, E.C. Tele, Holborn 6100i Teleg. " Nusunpic, 
Fleet, London." (Advt., p. 503.) 

SUNDAY TIMES. Sunday Morning, Id. 
Established 1822. 

Principles: Independent, It is essentially a financial, 
political, literary, musical, dramatic, fashionable, and sport- 
ing paper, and is remarkably well conducted, with more 
variety in its contents than class papers usually present. It 
also comprises commercial intelligence of great interest. 

Published at Windsor House, Kingsway, W.C. Tele. Regent 
5426 (4 lines). Teleg: •• Sunday Times,'' London. (Advt,, 
p,511.) 

WEEKLY DISPATCH. Saturday, and Sunday, Id. 
Established 1801. 

Principles : Independent Unionist. A Sunday paper having 
all the advantages of a news service equal to a Loudon morning 
daily. Devotes special attention to Saturday's sports, home 
and gardening aflEairs, and is well illustrated. Circulates 
in every town in England, and has large foreign and colonial 
subscrijption. 

Published by the Associated Newspapers, Ltd., Carmelite 
House, B.C. Tele. Holborn 6000. 



LONDON NEWSPAPERS 

PUBLISHED DURING THE WEEK AND FORTNIGHTLY 
WITHIN THE LONDON POSTAL RADIUS. 



ACCOUNTANT, Friday evening for Saturday, 6d. 
Established 1874. A medium of communication between 
accountants in all parts of the kingdom. It reports 
all cases with which the profession has to deal, and 
contains original articles and correspondence on all 
interesting topics. 

Published by Gee & Co. (Publishers), Ltd., 34, Moorgate St., 
E.C, Tele. 7321 Central. 

AEROPLANE. Thursday, Id. Established 1911. 
A popular and well-illustrated Weekly, dealing with 
current events in the aviation world. Makes a feature of 
reporting the week's work at the various aerodromes. 
Published at Rolls House, Breams Buildings, B.C. 

AGRICULTURAL GAZETTE. Monday,l<f, 
Established 1844. The practical farmer's paper. The 
Agricultural Gazette is a technical publication devoted 
to the business of successful farming. Cultivation, crops, 
manuring, feeding of stock, dairying, &.c., are all dealt with 
from the economic standpoint. Market reports and prices, 
also an information bureau, are prominent features. The 
Agricultural Gazette is illustrated. 

Published by Vinton & Co., Limited, 8, Bream'sBuildings.E.C. 

Tele. 1180 Holborn. Teleg. Vinton Companj', London. 

AMATEUR GARDENING. Wednesday for Saturday, W, 
Established May, 1884. 

A journal which meets the requirements of those who 
delight in cultivating their own gardens and managing 
their own greenhouses. It appeals alike to the novice and 
to the more advanced amateur gardener, and is universally 
noted for the up-to-date and thoroughly practical information 
which it imparts on every phase of popular floriculture and 
horticulture. A special feature of the journal is its " Doubts 
and Difficulties" department, wherein every problem that 
perplexes the amateur gardener in the management of his 
garden or greenhouse is solved, A Coloured Plate is given 
with every number. 

Published by W. H. & L. Collingridge, 148 & 149 Alder.sgate 
St., E.C. Tele. City 1086. Teleg. Collingridges, Cent. 
London. 

AMERICAN MACHINIST. Saturday 6d. Established 
February, 1877. 
A practical iournal of machine construction. It is the organ 
of the Hill Publishing Co., Ltd. Is well edited and the 
illustrations are excellent. 
Published at 6-8, Bouverie Street, E.C. Tele. Holborn 5158 

AMERICAN REGISTER AND ANGLO-COLONIAL 
WORLD. Sunday 2d. Established 1868. The R>gister 
is well known as the favourite paper in Europe for all American 
and Colonial visitors. 
Published at 72, Regent Street, W. 



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AECHITECT AND CONTRACT REPOKTER. 
Friday, 4<i. Established 1868. 
This journal is fully established as the recognised repre- 
sentative of architects, civil engineers, and builders. The best 
writers obtainable contribute articles on their special subjects, 
and the works of all the leading architects of Great Britain 
are illustrated in it from week to week. 

Published by Gilbert Wood & Co., Ltd., Imperial Buildings, 
Ludgate Circus, B.C. Tele. Holborn 4725. (Advt., p. 504.) 

ARCHITECTS' AND BUILDERS' JOURNAL, 
Wednesday, 2i. 
A Weekly Journal for Architects, Surveyors, Builders, and 
Constructional Engineers. 

Published at 27 and 29, Tothill Street, Westminster, S.W. 
Tele. Victoria 6936. 

ARMY AND NAVY GAZETTE. Friday, 6<i. 
Established January 7, 1860. 
This journal particularly appeals to the commissioned 
officers of both Services, attention being also given to the 
interests of the subordinate ranks. The accuracy of it* 
information is unimpeached. 
Published at 22, Essex Street, Strand,W.C. Tele. 396 Central. 
Teleg. Armiger, London. 

AUSTRALASIAN AND CANADIAN WORLD. 
Thursday, 3d. Established January, 1886. 
A weekly newspaper for British Canadian and Australasian 
readers. Contains latest financial, mining and produce market 
news ; latest general news from the Antipodes ; freight and 
shipping news, trade reports, prices current, &c. 

Published by W. W. Tickle & Co., 38, King William 
St., B.C. Tele. City 2437. 

AUTOCAR. Friday, Id. 
Established 1895. 
The authority of the motoring world. Claims the largest 
circulation of any motor car journal. It covers all phases of 
motoring, records all developments and gives up-to-date news 
of what is happening in motoring circles. Well illustrated. 

Published at 20, Tudor St., B.C. Tele. City 2848 (live 
lines). 

A UTOMOTOR JOURNAL. Friday, 1<Z. On art paper 3rf. 
Established 1896. 

An excellently printed and illustrated Journal of applied 
automatic locomotion. Devotes much space to copiously illus- 
trated descriptions of the newest models. Has a reputation for 
commenting in an impartial spirit, and contains many technical 
articles of great merit, excellently illustrated. Official organ 
of National Society of Chauffeurs. 

Published at 44, St. Martin's Lane, W.C. Tele. 1828 Gerrard. 
Teleg. Truditur, Westrand, London. 

BAKERS' RECORD, Friday, Id. Established April, 1864. 
Principles: Independent. This journal (the organ of 
the baking trade) is the advocate of fair prices, and specially is 
noted for its endeavours to promote a good feeling between 
employers and employed. 

Published at 5, Pemberton Row, Gough Square, E.G. 
Editorial Office : 68, Farringdon Street, B.C. 
Tele. 10555 Central. 

BAPTIST TIMES AND FREEMAN. 
Thursday, Id. Established 1853. 
Principles: Liberal. A high-class family newspaper re- 
presenting all sections of the Baptist denomination, and its 
various societies and associations. Makes a feature of com- 
ments on the current events which come within its sphere. 
Published at 4, Southampton Row, W.C. Tele. 8537 Central. 

BAZAAR, EXCHANGE AND MART. 
Friday, 2d. (published Thursday) and Saturday, Id. 
Established May 13, 1868. Chiefly devoted to small adver- 
tisements of goods for sale, and wanted by private persons ; 
also practical literary articles for amateurs. 
Published at Windsor House, Bream's Buildings, E.C. 
Tele. Holborn 1572. Teleg. Bazaar, Fleet, London. (Advt., p. 

BOARD OF TRADE JOURNAL. Thursday, 3d. 
Established 1886. 

The Journal is an official publication issued by the Board of 
Trade, and is the principal medium through which intelligence 
collected by the Commercial Intelligence Branch is conveyed 
to the public. The Journal contains information relating to 
openings for British trade abroad, custom tariff changes, and 
other matters of interest to British traders generally, and is 
compiled l.irgely from reports of Consuls in Foreign Countries 
and of H.M. Trade Commissioners in the British Dominions. 

Published by Wyman and Sons (Ltd.), Fetter Lane, B.C. 

BOXING. Tuesday Id. 
Solely devoted to Boxing news and gossip. 
Published at Windsor House, Kingsway, W.C. Tele. Regent 
5426 and 5427. Teleg. Ewsemo, London. 



BREWERS' GAZETTE. Fortnightly, 1». Annual Sub- 
scription, 20.?., post free. 
It details movements relating to trade defence, licensing, 
and Parliamentary matters. All developments in brewing 
science are carefully described ; while its " Brewing Notes " 
specially appeal to the operative brewer. 
Published at 2, Devonshire Square, E.C. 
Tele. Avenue 3428. Teleg. Brewers' Gazette, London. 

BRITISH AUSTRALASIAN. Thursday, 6d. Established 
October 2, 1884. 
Contains the latest news of Australia and New Zealand by 
mail and cable. Also news of Australasians in Europe, special 
matter instructive to intending Settlers and Tourists, and 
latest mining, commercial and financial news. 

Published at 115, High Holborn, W.C. Tele. 5500, Holborn. 
Teleg. Kangarooby. 

BRITISH AND COLONIAL PRINTER AND STATIONER. 
Thursday, 2d. Established 1878. 

A weekly illustrated journal oE home and colonial letterpress 
and lithographic printing and stationery trade intelligence; 
mechanical and other inventions illustrated ; engraving ; books 
and book manufacture ; patents, with technical criticism 
thereon ; local notes, current topics, reports upon trade, 
gazette aud financial news. Has a special section for 
bookbinders in the third issue of each month. It is an 
excellent trade journal. 

Published by Stonhill & Gillis. 58, Shoe Lane, Holborn 
Viaduct, E.C. Tele. City 8407. Teleg. Stonhill, Fleet, London. 

BRITISH CITIZEN AND EMPIRE WORKER. 
Friday, Id. Estab. Aug. 25, 1916. 
Principles: Imperial Labour. Aims to impress a stronger 
realization of the close interdependence of capital and 
labour. A keen advocate of Trade Unionism. 

Offices: 31-36, Sicilian House, Sicilian Avenue, Southamp- 
ton Row, W.C. Tele. City 7444. 

BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY. Friday, 2rZ. 
Established January, 1854. 
This journal appeals both to professional (portrait and 
commercial) photographers and to amateurs taking an interest 
in the advanced side of photography. It also contains the 
news of the photographic trade, patent and legal intelligence, 
and reviews of new books, materials and apparatus. 

Published at 24, Wellington St., Strand, W.C. Tele. 2722 
Gerrard. Teleg. Photometer, Rand, London. 

BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL (Journal of the British 
Medical Association). With Weekly Supplement 
Saturday, 6d. 

The organ of the British Medical Association, publishes 
the transactions of all the principal medical societies of 
Great Britain and of the 84 branches of the British Medical 
Association distributed throughout the whole of the British 
Empire. It publishes lectures delivered at the colleges 
and medical institutions of Great Britain, addresses and 
lectures of the principal hospital physicians, hospital reports, 
reports of new medical, surgical, and sanitary inventions, 
the proceedings of the Science Committee, of the Briti.sh 
Medical Association, and of its annual meeting. It also pub- 
lishes, week by week, careful summaries of leading contributions 
to English and foreign medical knowledge by physicians and 
researchers. It is regarded as an authority on medical subjects 
throughout the world. 

Published at 429, Strand, W.C. Tele. 2630 Gerrard. Teleg. 
Aitiology. (Advt. p. 655.) 

BRITISH WEEKLY. Thursday, l<i. Estab. Nov. 5, 1886. 
"A journal of social and Christian progress." The 
British Weekly is one of the most widely read religious 
journals. It owes its popularity in no small degree to the 
trenchant manner in which it deals with social questions. It 
publishes a literary supplement composed mainly of book 
reviews by capable critics. The British Weekly has attained 
a large and influential circulation among preachers of all 
denominations, and not a little of its popularity is due to the 
fact that special editions are issued for Ireland and Scotland, 
containing religious news of the respective countries. 
Published at St. Paul's House, Warwick Square, E.C. 

BROAD ARROW, THE NAVAL AND MILITARY 
GAZETTE. Friday, 6<«. Established 1833. 
Principles: Independent. This paper is devoted to the 
interests of the Services, both Naval and Military, including 
the Special Reserve and Territorial Forces, and advocates 
energetically the interests of each branch. Articles on special 
interesting subjects are given from week to week. 

Published at Temple House, Temple Avenue, B.C. Tele. 
4883 Holborn. Teleg. Sagittaria, Fleet, London; 



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BUILDER. Friday, id. Established 1842. 
Advocates Architectural and Engineering Science. This 
journal is devoted to the useful sciences of engineering 
and architecture. The Builder in its range of subjects 
includes everything connected with the business and 
art of building, from its history, down to sanitary matters, 
criticism, sales. Sec. So numerous indeed are the topics treated 
of that it finds readers in every class. All subjects are dealt 
with by " specialists," and manv of its contributors bear names 
of world-wide celebrity. The illustrations — which are of a high 
class and by a variety of methods — include buildings (old 
and new), decorative work, sculpture, &c. The Builder is an 
ably edited journal which gives space to all current topics of 
interest to its wide circle of readers, as well as articles of a 
Durclv t6cliiiic&l Vcllu6 

Published by The Builder, Ltd., 4, Catherine Street, W.C. 
Tele. Regent .5940 and 594L Teleg. The Builder, London. 

BUILDING NEWS AND ENGINEERING JOURNAL. 
Wednesday, id. Estab, March 1, 1854. 
Records, with care and ability, the progress of architecture, 
sculpture, metropolitan and provincial improvement, engineer- 
ing, sanitary reform, &c. The articles in the building depart- 
ment are theoretical and practical, both proceeding from 



CAPITALIST. Saturday, Id. Established 1885. 
A weekly record of everything of interest to investors. 
Published at 11-12, Clements Lane, B.C. Tele. 1323 Avenue. 
Teleg. Capitalist, London. 

OAR ILLUSTRATED AND COUNTRY HOUSE 
JOURNAL. Wednesday, 6d. Established May, 1902. 

The paper is splendidly illustrated and admirably written. 
Car Illustrated deals largely with the social side of auto- 
mobilism and makes a special feature of touring articles. 
Especial attention is also given to technical descriptions and 
mechanical developments ; does not confine itself to road 
travel but deals witn locomotion by rail, sea and air. It con- 
tains the Royal Automobile Club weekly notes and news. 

Published at Regent House, Kingsway, W.C. Tele. Regent 
1068. Teleg, Carilludo, West Cent, London. 

CATHOLIC HERALD. Friday, Id. Estab. March 16, 1888. 
Principles : Catholic. The pages of the Herald are 
devoted chiefly to Metropolitan Catholic intelligence, and 
everything relating to Catholic interests in the Metropolis 
has the first claim on its space. 

Published at 8, Bouverie Street, E.C. Tele. 4289 Central. 
Teleg. Epitomist, Fleet, London. (Advt. p. 607.) 



ADDENDUM. 



CATHOLIC TIMES AND CATHOLIC OPINION. Friday. 
Hrf. Established 1860. 

Principles: Catholic. The Catholic Times and Catholic 
Opinion is an independent journal, free from all party bias, 
and advocating no policy save that which is the best for 
the Catholic interests for the time being. It gives the 
earliest intelligence, reports, &c., of Catholic doings, while 
the ablest literary talent, at home and abroad, is secured 
to make the Catholic Times a good general and family 
newspaper. 

Published at 8, Bouverie Street, E.C. Tele. 4933 Holborn. 

Teleg. Catholicus, Fleet, London, 



Jl5 '' "" "" "'" EstablisheiTDecem'ber 9th, 1903. 

A light, illustrated critical journal, dealing with political, 
social, sporting and theatrical events. Special features are 
weekly cartoons, topical and artistic photographs, society, 
theatrical and sporting notes and news, and a weekly short 
•tory. 

Published by P. N. McFarlane, at Tallis House, Whitefriars, 
B.C. Tele. 2860 Holborn. Teleg. Talliscano, London, 

(i^ABINET-MAKER AND COMPLETE HOUSE FUR- 
\y NISHER. Saturday, U. Established 1880. 

A weekly budget of designs and information for the com- 
plete house furnishing and allied trades. It is largely 
Illustrated, and is the recognised official organ of the cabinet- 
ouaking, furnishing and allied trades. 

Published at 31, Christopher Street. E.C, Tele. 3457-3458 Wall. 

CALL, Thursday, \d. Established Feb. 24, 1916. 
Principles : Socialism. The organ of the British 
Socialist Party. 
Offices : 21a, Maiden Lane, Strand, W.C. Tele. : Gerrard 877. 

CANADA . Thursday for Saturday, (id. 
Established 1906. 
Deals with every aspect of Canadian life, and is a paper for 
ill who take an interest in the Dominion. Canada is a well- 
produced journal, printed on art paper and profusely illus- 
trated in half-tone. 

Published at Kingsway House, Kingsway, W.C. Tele. Regent 
}450. 

CANADIAN GAZETTE. Thursday, Zd. Established 1883. 
A weeklv journal of information and comment upon mat- 
ers of use and. interest to those concerned in Canada, Canadian 
|!migration, and Canadian investments. 

Published at 2, La Belle Sauvage Yard, Ludgate Hill, E.C, 
^nd 76-81. Gresham House, Old Broad Street, E.C. Tele. 
;:!entral 2886. Teleg. Desollar, Ave. London. 
'CANADIAN MAIL. Saturday, Id. 

<J Devoted to all the interests of Canada in England, 
reland and Scotland, and throughout the British Empire. 
Published at 17, Fleet Street. E.C. 
' CANADIAN NEWS. Thursday, Id. 
kJ Established 1912. 

An illustrated weekly devoted to the development of Canada. 

It reports Canadian current events, and pays special attention 
matters of financial and industrial interest. 
Published at General Buildings, Aldwych, W.C. Tele. 
!ity 3469. 



original articles on Analytical ara "xecmncaiunemisxTj, xmir 
journal gives, under the heading "Chemical Notices from 
Foreign Sources," an encyclopaedic list of all chemical papers 
published abroad ; all important scientific lectures are re- 
ported, and also proceedings of chemical societies. Its com- 
ments are valued throughout the world of chemistry. 
Published at 16, Newcastle Street, E.C. 

CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST. Weekly, 6d. 
Established 1859. 

Devoted to Pharmacy and Drug Trade. Contains all the 
news of the week about the drug and chemical trades, supplied 
from all quarters of the world by special correspondents. Market 
reports and trade articles are prominent features in this publi- 
cation. 

Published at 42, Cannon Street, E.C. 

Tele. Central 3617 (3 lines). Teleg. Chemicus, Cannon, 
London. 

CHRISTIAN. Thursday, l<i. Established 1859. 
Principles : Evangelistic. This paper is a " weekly 
record of Christian life and testimony, evangelistic effort, 
and missionary enterprise." It bears out its motto, for it is 
full of records of Christian work, and, as such, is patronised 
by Christians of practically every denomination. 
Published by Morgan & Scott,Ltd.,12,Paterno8terBdg8.,B.C. 
Tele. City 6023. 

/-CHRISTIAN AGE & SUNDAY PICTURES. Thursday, Id. 
KJ Established September, 1871. 

Principles : Neutral. This paper contains sermons, the 
news of the Churches, with religious articles, pictures, tales, 
and sketehes, Sunday School lesson and C.E. column, &c. 

Published at 125, Fleet Street, E.C, Tele. Holborn 5945. 

CHRISTIAN COMMONWEALTH, Wednesday, Irf. 
Established in 1881. 
"The organ of the world-wide progressive movement in 
religion and social ethics," It stands for " Spiritual Fellowship, 
Theological Freedom, Social Regeneration,' 
Published at 133, Salisbury Square, B,C. Tele. 10539 Central. 
Teleg. Apostolic, London. 

CHRISTIAN GLOBE. Thursday, W. Established July,1874. 
This paper contains religious intelligence of all the 
churches, with sketches, articles, and tales suitable for home 
and family reading. 

Published at 154, Fleet Street. E.C Tele. Holborn 5229. 
Teleg. Aviculture, London. (Advt., p. 555.) 



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ARCHITECT AND CONTRACT REPORTER. 
Friday, id. Established 1868, 
This journal is fully established as the recognised repre- 
eentative of architects, civil engineers, and builders. The best 
writers obtainable contribute articles on their special subjects, 
and the works of all the leading architects of Great Britain 
are illustrated in it from week to week. 

Published by Gilbert Wood & Co., Ltd., Imperial Buildings, 
Ludgate Circus, E.G. Tele. Holborn 4725, (Advt., p, 504.) 

ARCHITECTS' AND BUILDERS' JOURNAL, 
Wednesday, 2d. 
A Weekly Journal for Architects, Surveyors, Builders, and 
Constructional Engineers. 

Published at 27 and 29, Tothill Street, Westminster, S.W. 
Tele. Victoria 6936. 

ARMY AND NAVY GAZETTE. Friday, 6i. 
Established January 7, 1860. 
This journal particularly appeals to the commissioned 
officers of both Services, attention being also given to the 
terests of the subordinate ranks. The accuracy of its 



BREWERS' GAZETTE. Fortnightly, 1#. Annual Sub- 
scription, 20.?., post free. 
It details movements relating to trade defence, licensing, 
and Parliamentary matters. All developments in brewing 
science are carefully described ; while its " Brewing Notes " 
specially appeal to the operative brewer. 
Published at 2, Devonshire Square, E.C. 
Tele. Avenue 3428. Teleg. Brewers' Gazette, London. 

BRITISH AUSTRALASIAN. Thursday, Gd. Established 
October 2, 1884. 
Contains the latest news of Australia and New Zealand by 
mail and cable. Also news of Australasians in Europe, special 
matter instructive to intending Settlers and Tourists, and 
latest mining, commercial and financial news. 

Published at 115, High Holborn, W,C, Tele. 5500, Holborn. 
Teleg. Kangarooby, 

BRITISH AND COLONIAL PRINTER AND STATIONER. 
Thursday, 2d. Established 1878. 
A weekly illustrated journal of home and colonial letterpress 
and lithographic printing and stationery trade intelligence; 
• '■=~"° 5Hno+rafpfl : encraving ; books 



automatic locomotion. Devotes much space to copiously m uo- 
trated descriptions of the newest models. Has a reputation for 
commenting in an impartial spirit, and contains many technical 
articles of great merit, excellently illustrated. Official organ 
of National Society of Chauffeurs. 

Published at 44, St. Martin's Lane, W,C. Tele. 1828 Gerrard, 
Teleg. Truditur, Westrand, Loudon, 

BAKERS' RECORD, Friday, Id. Established April, 1864. 
PBINCIPLE8 : Independent. This journal (the organ of 
the baking trade) is the advocate of fair prices, and specially is 
noted for its endeavours to promote a good feeling between 
eniployers and employed. 

Published at 5, Pemberton Row, Gough Square, E.C. 
Editorial Office : 68, Farringdon Street, E.C. 
Tele. 10565 Central, 

BAPTIST TIMES AND FREEMAN. 
Thursday, Id. Established 1853. 
Principles: Liberal. A high-class family newspaper re- 
presenting all sections of the Baptist denomination, and its 
various societies and associations. Makes a feature of com- 
ments on the current events which come within its sphere. 
Published at 4, Southampton Row, W.C. Tele, 8537 Central. 

BAZAAR, EXCHANGE AND MART. 
Friday, 2d. (published Thursday) and Saturday, \d. 
Established May 13, 1868. Chiefly devoted to small adver- 
tisements of goods for sale, and wanted by private persons ; 
also practical literary articles for amateurs. 
Published at Windsor House, Bream's Buildings, E.C. 
Tele. Holborn 1572. Teleg. Bazaar, Fleet, London. (Advt., p. 

BOARD OF TRADE JOURNAL. Thursday. Sd. 
Established 1886. 

The Journal is an official publication issued by the Board of 
Trade, and is the principal medium through which intelligence 
collected bv the Commercial Intelligence Branch is conveyed 
to the public. The Journal contains information relating to 
openings for British trade abroad, custom tariflE changes, and 
other matters of interest to British traders generally, and is 
compiled largely from reports of Consuls in Foreign Countries 
and of H.M. Trade Commissioners in the British Dominions. 

Published by Wyman and Sons (Ltd.), Fetter Lane, E.C. 

BOXING. Tuesday \d. 
Solely devoted to Boxing news and gossip. 
Published at Windsor House, Kingsway, W.C. Tele. Regent 
5426 and 5427. Teleg. Ewsemo, London. 



news of the photographic traae, paieut auu log^. .-.^ „._ 

and reviews of new books, materials and apparatus. 

Published at 24, Wellington St.. Strand, W.C. Tele. 2722 
Gerrard. Teleg. Photometer, Rand, London. 

BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL (Journal of the British 
Medical Association). With Weekly Supplement 
Saturday, 6d. 
The organ of the British Medical Association, publishes 
the transactions of all the principal medical societies of 
Great Britain and of the 84 branches of the British Medical 
Association distributed throughout the whole of the British 
Empire. It publishes lectures delivered at the colleges 
and medical institutions of Great Britain, addresses and 
lectures of the principal hospital physicians, hospital reports, 
reports of new medical, surgical, and sanitary inventions, 
the proceedings of the Science Committee, of the British 
Medical Association, and of its annual meeting. It also pub- 
lishes, week by week, careful summaries of leading contributions 
to English and foreign medical knowledge by physicians and 
researchers. It is regarded as an authority on medical subjects 
throughout the world. 

Published at 429, Strand, W.C. Tele. 2630 Gerrard. Teleg. 
Aitiology. (Advt. p. 655.) 

BRITISH WEEKLY. Thursday, Id. Estab. Nov. 5, 1886. 
"A journal of social and Christian progress." The 
British Weekly is one of the most widely read religious 
journals. It owes its popularity in no small degree to the 
trenchant manner in which it deals with social questions. It 
publishes a literary supplement composed mainly of book 
reviews by capable critics. The British Weekly has attained 
a large and influential circulation among preachers of all 
denominations, and not a little of its pojiularity is due to the 
fact that special editions are issued for Ireland and Scotland, 
containing religious news of the respective countries. 
Published at St, Paul's House, Warwick Square, E.C. 

BROAD ARROW, THE NAVAL AND MILITARY 
GAZETTE. Friday, 6<f. Established 1833. 
Principles: Independent. This paper is devoted to the 
interests of the Services, both Naval and Military, including 
the Special Reserve and Territorial Forces, and advocates 
energetically the interests of each branch. Articles on special 
interesting subjects are given from week to week. 

Published at Temple House, Temple Avenue, E,C. Tele. 
4883 Holborn. Teleg. Sagittaria, Fleet, London; 



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BUILDER. Friday, id. Established 1842. 
Advocates Architectural and Engineering Science, This 
journal is devoted to the useful sciences of engineering 
and architecture. The Builder in its range of subjects 
includes everything connected with the ousiness and 
art of building, from its history, down to sanitary matters, 
criticism, sales, &c. So numerous indeed are the topics treated 
of that it finds readers in every class. All subjects are dealt 
with by "specialists," and many of its contributors bear names 
Df world-wide celebrity. The illustrations — which are of a high 

lass and by a variety of methods — include buildings (old 
ind new), decorative work, sculpture, &c. The Builder is an 
ibly edited journal which gives space to all current topics of 

nterest to its wide circle of readers, as well as articles of a 

)urely technical value. 

Published by The Builder, Ltd., 4, Catherine Street, W.C. 
Tele. Regent 5940 and 5941. Teleg. The Builder, London. 

BUILDING NEWS AND ENGINEERING JOURNAL. 
Wednesday, id. Estab. March 1, 1854. 

Records, with care and ability, the progress of architecture, 
culpture, metropolitan and provincial improvement, engineer- 
ng, sanitary reform, &c. The articles in the building aepart- 
aent are theoretical and practical, both proceeding from 
minent writers connected with architecture. A variety of 
■eneral information is also found in the pages of this well- 
ot-up periodical. It is a popular paper among architects. 

Published at Effingham House, Arundel Street. Strand, W.C. 
'ele. Gerrard 1291. Teleg. Timeserver, Estrand, London. 

BUILDING TRADE. 
Wednesday, Id. Established 1866. 
It contains a large mass of information important to the 
arious trades concerned. 
Published at 6-11, Imperial Buildings, Ludgate Circus, E.G. 
ele. Holborn 4725. 

BUILDING WORLD. Friday, Irf. 
Established 1895. 
Principles: Neutral. An Illustrated Weekly Trade 
oumal for Architects, Surveyors, Builders, Carpenters, 
oiners. Bricklayers, Masons, Plasterers, Sanitary Engineers, 

J lumbers. Painters, Slaters, Glaziers, Brickmakers, Gasfitters, 
ocksmitns. Decorators, Hot-water Fitters, Paperhangers, 
id for all engaged in Allied Trades. 

Published by Cassell & Co., Ltd., La Belle Sauvage, B.C. 
jle. City 1120. Teleg. Caspeg, London. 

BYSTANDER. Wednesday, 7<i. 
Established December 9th, 1903. 
A light, illustrated critical journal, dealing with political, 
cial, sporting and theatrical events. Special features are 
eekly cartoons, topical and artistic photographs, society, 
.eatrical and sporting notes and news, and a weekly short 
ory. 

Published by P. N. McFarlane, at Tallis House, Whitefriars, 
C. Tele. 2860 Holborn. Teleg. Talliscano, London. 

>1ABINET-MAKER AND COMPLETE HOUSE FUR- 
\J NISHER. Saturday, 3rf. Established 1880. 
A. weekly budget of designs and information for the com- 
5te house furnishing and allied trades. It is largely 
istrated, and is the recognised official organ of the cabinet- 
iking, furnishing and allied trades. 
Published at 31, Christopher Street, E.G. Tele. 3457-3458 Wall. 

1ALL. Thursday, l<f. Established Feb. 24, 1916. 
J Principles : Socialism. The organ of the British 
cialist Party. 

Offices : 21a, Maiden Lane, Strand, W.C. Tele. : Gerrard 877. 
1 1 ANA DA. Thursday for Saturday, Gd.. 
^/ Established 1906. 

'Deals with every aspect of Canadian life, and is a paper for 
who take an interest in the Dominion. Canada is a well- 
jj)duced journal, printed on art paper and profusely illus- 
ted in half-tone. 

'ublished at Kingsway House, Kingsway,W.C. Tele. Regent 
31 0. 
lANADIAN GAZETTE. Thursday, 3d. Established 1883. 
A weekly journal of information and comment upon mat- 
of use and interest to those concerned in Canada, Canadian 
igration, and Canadian investments. 

ubli8hedat2, La Belle Sauvage Yard, Ludgate Hill, E.G., 
I . 76-81. Gresham House, Old Broad Street, E.G. Tele. 
q,itral 2886. Teleg. Desollar, Ave. London. 
ANADIAN MAIL. Saturday. Id. 

Devoted to all the interests of Canada in England, 
land and Scotland, and throughout the British Empire, 
ublished at 17, Fleet Street. E.G. 
ANADIAN NEWS. Thursday, Id. 

Established 1912. 
n illustrated weekly devoted to the develoi)mcnt of Canada, 
eports Canadian current events, and pays special attention 
aatters of financial and industrial interest, 
ublished at General Buildings, Aldwych, W.C. Tele. 
3469. 



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CAPITALIST. Saturday, Id. Established 1885. 
A weekly record of everything of interest to investors. 
Published at 11-12, Clements Lane, E.G. Tele. 1323 Avenue. 
Teleg. Capitalist, London. 

OAR ILLUSTRATED AND COUNTRY HOUSE 
JOURNAL. Wednesday, Qd. Established May, 1902. 
The paper is splendidly illustrated and admirably written. 
Car Ilhtstrated deals largely with the social side of auto- 
niobilism and makes a special feature of touring articles. 
Especial attention is also given to technical descriptions and 
mechanical developments ; does not confine itself to road 
travel but deals witn locomotion by rail, sea and air. It con- 
tains the Royal Automobile Club weekly notes and news. 

Published at Kogent House, Kingsway, W.C. Tele. Regent 
1068. Teleg, Carilludo, West Cent, London. 

CATHOLIC HERALD. Friday, Irf. Estab. March 16, 1888. 
Principles : Catholic. The pages of the Herald are 
devoted chiefly to Metropolitan Catholic intelligence, and 
everything relating to Catholic interests in the Metropolis 
has the first claim on its space. 

Published at 8, Bouverie Street, E.G. Tele. 4289 Central. 
Teleg. Epitoinist, Fleet, London. (Advt. p. 607.) 

r^HALLENGE. Friday, Id. 

vy Independent. Established 1914. 

An illustrated Church of England newspaper. It comments 
on the news of the week, with special reference to matters 
affecting the Church, and preserves an independent attitude in 
all party affairs. Sermons, work in the Churches and religious 
literature are important features. 

Published by Horace Marshall and Son, Temple House, E.G. 

Editorial and Advt. Offices : Effingham House, Arundel 
Street. W.C. 

/-^HARITY RECORD, HOSPITAL TIMES & PHILAN- 
\J THROPIST. Fortnightly, 2<Z. Estab. January 6, 1881. 

The oldest paper devoted to the interests of the Medical and 
other Charities of the Country. Full reports of meetings, and 
interesting articles in reference to charities and philanthropic 
work, appear in its pages. 

Published at 21, Bride Lane, E.G. 

CHEMICAL NEWS. Friday, 4rf. Estab. Dec. 10, 1859. 
Devoted to the diffusion of facts tending to improve and 
augment the knowledge of Chemical Science. In addition to 
original articles on Analytical ard Technical Chemistry, this 
journal gives, under the heading "Chemical Notices from 
Foreign Sources," an encyclopaedic list of all chemical papers 
published abroad ; all important scientific lectures are re- 
ported, and also proceedings of chemical societies. Its com- 
ments are valued throughout the world of chemistry. 
Published at 16, Newcastle Street, E.G. 

CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST. Weekly. U. 
Established 1859. 

Devoted to Pharuiacy and Drug Trade. Contains all the 
news of the week about the drug and chemical trades, supplied 
from all quarters of the world by special correspondents. Mar tet 
reports and trade articles are prominent features in this publi- 
cation. 

Published at 42, Cannon Street, B.C. 

Tele. Central 3617 (3 lines). Teleg. Chemicus, Cannon, 
London. 

CHRISTIAN. Thursday, l<i. Established 1859. 
Principles : Evangelistic. This paper is a " weekly 
record of Christian life and testimony, evangelistic effort, 
and missionary enterprisa" It bears out its motto, for it is 
full of records of Christian work, and, as such, is patronised 
by Christians of practically every denomination. 
Published by Morgan & Scott,Ltd., 12, Paternoster Bdg8.,E.C. 
Tele. City 6023. 

/"CHRISTIAN AGE & SUNDAY PICTURES. Thursday, Irf. 
vy Established September, 1871. 

Principles : Neutral. This paper contains sermons, the 
news of the Churches, with religious articles, pictures, tales, 
and sketches, Sunday School lesson and C.E. column, &c. 

Published at 125, Fleet Street, E.G. 'J'ele. Holborn 5945. 

CHRISTIAN COMMONWEALTH. Wednesday, l<i. 
Established in 1881. 
" The organ of the world-wide progressive movement in 
religion and social ethics." It stands for " Spiritual Fellowship, 
Theological Freedom, Social Regeneration." 
Published at 133, Salisbury Square, B.C. Tele. 10539 Central. 
Teleg. Apostolic, London. 

CHRISTIAN GLOBE. Thursday, 1<Z. Established July,1874. 
This paper contains religious intelligence of all the 
churches, with sketches, articles, and tales suitable for home ■ 
and family reading. 

Published at 154. Fleet Street. E.G. Tele. Holborn 6229. 
Teleg. Aviculture, London. (Advt,, p. 555.) 



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CHRISTIAN HERALD. Thursday, Irf. Established 1867. 
Peinciples: Independent. The Christian Herald 
contains many pictures, biographies, narratives, stories, ser- 
mons by eminent preachers, serial stories, Sunday school 
lesson, second advent expositions, and summary of events. 
It is an ably edited journal, and, for the class for which it 
caters, in every way an excellent production. 

Published at 6, Tudor Street, Salisbury Square, E.G. (Advt., 
p. 505). 

CHRISTIAN LIFE. Saturday, l<f. Established March, 1876. 
Peinciples : Unitarian. This journal reports religious 
efforts of the Unitarian body, and gives many details and much 
information of Christian life in that large communion. 
Published at 5. Fetter Lane. B.C. Tele. Holborn 2319. 

CHRISTIAN WORLD. Thursday, Irf. 
Established 1857. 
Peinciples : Liberal and religious, representing all the 
Evangelical denominations ; gives a brief summary of secular, 
and a more detailed one of religious intelligence. 

Published by James Clarke & Co., 13 & 14, Fleet St., E.G. 
Tele. 4889 Holborn. (Advt., p. 612.) 

CHURCH FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Friday, Id. 
Established February, 1894. 
This paper, on account of its large size, is enabled to give 
not only the Church news of the week, but also notes and 
special articles on general and current subjects. It is the 
moderate Churchman's family newspaper. 
Published at 17, Tavistock Street, W.C. Tele. Gerrard 6789. 

CHURCH TIMES. Friday, 1<«. Estab. January, 1863 
Peinciples: High Church and Independent. Has the 
largest circulation of any Church of England newspaper. 

Published by G. J. Palmer & Sons, 7, Portugal St., Kingsway, 
W.C. (Advt., p. 665.) 

CITIZEN. Saturday, 2d. Established May, 1878. 
Peinciples: Independent. The Citizen is a ioumal 
mainly devoted to Finance, Insurance, Banking, Trade, and 
Municipal news of the City and County of London. 
Published at 2, Copthall Buildings, E.G. 
Tele. London Wall, 4984. 

CITY JOHN BULL, Saturday, \d. Estab. Oct. 21 1916. 
A weekly journal dealing with finance and financiers. 
Published at 85 to 94, Long Acre, W.C. 
Telephone (Advertisements) London Wall, 19C6. 

CITY PRESS. Saturday, Id. Established July 18, 1857. 
Peinciples: Non-political. The City Fress is the 
leading and the oldest local paper for the City of London, and 
is the recognised authority upon the Local Government and 
administration of London. It presents an impartial record 
of the proceedings of the Corporation, the Port Sanitary 
Authority, the Metropolitan Asylums Board, the County 
Council, the Metropolitan Water Board, and the City of London 
Union, and in addition reports the meetings and work of all the 
authorities concerned with the local government of the City, 
and makes a feature of Finance and Insurance. 

Published by W, H. & L. Collingridge,148 & 149, Aldersgate 
Street, E.G. Tele. Advt. and Publishing, City 1086 : Editorial, 
City 148. Teleg. Collingridges, Cent, London. 

CITY REVIEW. Saturday, Zd. 
Established 1893. 
A journal dealing with financial and insurance matters 
Published at 7, 8 ic 9, Hosier Lane, Snow Hill, E.G. 

CIVIL SERVICE GAZETTE. Saturday, 2d. Established 
January 1, 1853. 
Peinciples: Neutral. Established to advocate the cause, 
and protect the interests, of all civil officers and clerks in the 
employ of the Government. Everything connected with the 
Civil Service in Great Britain, Treland, India, and the Colonies, 
is promptly reported in the Gazette; abuses in the various 
departments are brought before the public with a view to their 
abatement, and reforms considered desirable, or redress of 
individual grievances, are advocated. 

Published at 11, Gough Square, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele 
Holborn 2267. 

CIVILIAN. Saturday, 3<f. Established, November 27, 1869 
Peinciples: Independent. It is the advocate of judic- 
ious reform, while it consistently upholds the interests of everv 
class of the Civil Service. 
Offices : 28, Martin's Lane, Gannon St., E.G. Tele. City 3916 

CLARION. Friday for Saturday, \d. Established 1891. 
A weekly paper of progressive literature, poetry, 
theatricals, cvcling, and general topics. The Clarion is largely 
read by Social Reformers. ' 

Published at 44, Worship Street, E.G. 



COAL AND IRON AND BY-PRODUCTS JOURNAL, 
Saturday, 6^. 

Contains special reports from all the Coal and Iron Ex- 
changes, together with latest prices, contracts, &c., at home and 
abroad. This publication furnishes a comprehensive retvme 
of the most recent developments in coal mining, metallurgy, &c., 
and also reports the proceedings of the various scientific and 
other institutions identified with these branches. 

Published at 16. St. Stephen's House, Victoria Embankment, 
S.W. Tele. Victoria 7486. Teleg. "Coirochem Pari,, London." 

COLLIERY GUARDIAN. Friday, 5rf. Estab. 1860. 
Peinciples : Neutral. Being established for the specific 
purpose of representing the practical interests of the coal and 
iron trades. Especial attention is therefore given to every 
subject connected with collieries and coal mines; all events 
and incidents, debates in Parliament, &c., relating to them, are 
fully reported ; with weekly comments on all events and pro- 
posals likely to affect the interests of employers or workmen 
in the coal trade. 

Published by the Colliery Gvardian Co. (Lim.), 30 & 31, 
Furnival St., Holborn, E.G. Tele. 1354 Holborn. Teleg. 
Colliery Guardian, Fleet, London. (Advt., p. 655.) 

COMMERCIAL WORLD. Ist and 15th, 3i. 
Established 1868. 
The World reports the proceedings of insurance companies, 
with comments and articles on their affairs. 

Published by F. Buckle, 57-58, Chancery Lane, W.G. Tele. 
City 8793. 

COMMON SENSE. Saturday, \d. Estab. Oct. 7, 1916. 
Peinciples: Independent. An independent weekly 
newspaper paying special attention to foreign, colonial and 
commercial news, as well as agriculture and gardening. 
Published at 44, Essex Street, Strand, W.C. 
Tele. City 8010. Teleg. Budgeteer, Estrand, London. (Advt., 
p. 655.) 

CONTRACT JOURNAL. Wednesday, U. 
Established June 4, 1879. 

This paper is a medium of communication between Govern- 
ment departments, corporate bodies, and contractors. The 
earliest information is given of all contracts advertised through- 
out the country and abroad, and also of all projected under- 
takings. It also contains articles upon matters bearing upon 
contracts, notices of the progress of important works, 
tenders, &c. 

Published at 127-130. Temple Chambers, Temple Avenue, 
E.G. Tele. Central 4703. Teleg. Seejasir, Fleet, London. 

CONTRACTOR. Saturday, 2<;. Established 1885. 
Peinciples : Neutral. This paper is entirely devoted to 
intelligence interesting to contractors, builders, engineers, &c. 
Notes for contractors, contracts open, results of tenders, are 
some of the departments of the journal. 

Published at 127-130, Temple Chambers, Temple Avenue, 
E.G. Tele. Central 4703. Teleg. Seejasir, Fleet, London. 

CONTRACTORS' CHRONICLE. Monday, 6<i. 
Established 1886. 
Peinciples : Neutral. The Chronicle has a special contrac 
list, and has full particulars of the works to be done for rail 
ways, tramways, docks, canals, government, public works, &c. 
Published at 48, Gray's Inn Road, W.C. Tele. Holborn 4650 

COUNTRY LIFE. Saturday, Id. Established Jan., 1897. 
This paper, as its title indicates, is devoted to all interest- 
ing matters connected with the country, its employments and 
enjoyments. It is full of excellent illustrations. The articles 
are written by practised hands, and it is thoroughly well edited. 
Published by Country Life, Ltd., 20, Tavistock Street, Strand, 
W.C. Tele. Gerrard 2748. Teleg. Country Life, London. 

COUNTY AND CITY OF LONDON OBSERVER, 
with which is incorporated the Municipal Gazette and 
London Argus. Friday, Id. Established 1897. 
"An illustrated weekly "journal and record of municipal 
life." Thus its title — whicn is fully carried out in the pages 
of this bright paper. Its illustrations are excellent, and the 
news in its pages is full and complete. 

NOTE — This -paper is suspended during the war. 
Published at Bush Lane Chambers, Cannon Street, E.G. 

COURT JOURNAL. Friday, &d. Established 1829, 
Peinciples: Neutral. This well-known journal 
maintains its high character, and is especiallydevoted to Court 
and fashionable intelligence, giving exclusive information 
relating to the Court and high life. It gives in each number 
all the information of the day relative to fashionable move- 
ments, literature, the drama, music, etc. The weekly wedding 
supplement, and periodical. Court, literary, fashion and other 
supplements are special features. 

Published at Dudley House, Southampton Street, Strand, W. 
Tele. Regent, 6795. Teleg. Court Journal, London. 



THE LONDON NEWSPAPER PRESS. 



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DAILY MAIL EDITION FOR THE BLIND. Friday, Id. 
Subs., 6s Gd. per annum, post free. A summary of the 
week's news printed in Braille. This journal has become very 
popular among blind jjcople. 

Published by the Associated Newspapers (Ltd.), Carm«Iite 
House, E.G. Tele. Holborn GOOO. 

DAILY MAIL OVERSEAS EDITION. Friday, U. 
A complete record of the News of the Week for readers 
over the seas. Brevity is the ruling motto of the Mail. The 
news is admirably arranged and is full and complete. 

Published by the Associated Newspapers {Lt<l.), Carmelite 
House, E.G. Tele : 6000 Holborn. 

DAILY MIRROR OVERSEAS WEEKLY EDITION. 
Thursday, '3d. 
Principles : Independent. Established March 9. 1914. 
A bound reprint of a week's issues of the Daxly Mirror. 
Published at 23-29, Bouverie Street, E.G. Telephone : 
Holborn 6100. 

DAILY SKETCH WEEKLY EDITION. Thursday, 3d. 
Principles : Independent. Established July 20, 1913, 
Six issues of the Daily Sketch bound in one weekly volume. 
Published at 46 and 47, Shoe Lane, E.G. Tele. Holborn 6676. 

DE STEM UIT BELGIE (L'Echo de Belgique). 
Friday, \^d. Established 1914, 
A weekly newspaper giving news in Flemish and French 
of interest to Belgians. 
Published by Belgian News Fund, 21, Russell Square, W.G. 
Tele. Museum 267. 

DRAPER AND DRAPERY TIMES, Saturday, U. Est, 1871. 
Devoted to the Drapery and allied trades. It contains 
ably written articles of value to the retailer, and gives all the 
trade news of the week. 
Published at 46, Aldersgate Street, E.G. Tele. 223 Wall. 

DRAPERS' RECORD. Saturday, Id. E stab. August, 1887. 
Principles: Independent. The Record supplies weekly 
the latest information appertaining to everything calculated to 
interest all persons connected with the trade, including illus- 
trated articles on novelties, and is one of the largest trade 
papers published. 

Published at 154-5-6, Gheapside, E.G. Tele. City 582 (3 lines). 
Teleg. Drapers Record, Cent, London. 

ECONOMIST. Saturday, 8d. Established 1843. 
Principles: Independent. It is more financial and «fa<i*- 
tical than political ; and communicates, probably, a greater 
amount of general commercialinf ormation tnan any other paper. 
Published at Granville House, Arundel Street, Strand, W.G. 
Tele. 2110 Gerrard, 

ELECTRICIAN. Friday, 6d. Established 1861-1878. 
The Electrician represents the great interests of 
the electrical industries. Articles appear in its pages from 
leading men of science and engineering, and the earliest 
information is given of inventions, experiments, researches, 
legal actions, municipal electricity supply, «kc. The opinions 
and advice of the Electrician always have careful consideration 
throughout the electrical world. 

Published at 1, 2, & .3, Salisbury Court, Fleet St., E.G. Tele. 
City 4698 and 4699. Teleg. Electrician Newspaper London, 

ELECTRICAL REVIEW, Friday, id. Established 1872, 
Principles: Non-political. Technical and commercial 
articles on all subjects connected with electrical engineering 
and electrical industries, original contributions from eminent 
engineers, proceedings of technical and trade societies, company 
reports, contracts open, notes, correspondence, new patents, 
abstracts of published specifications, city notes, &c., are given 
each week. 

Published at 4, Ludgate Hill. E.G. Tele. Ciiy 997. Teleg. 
Ageekay, London, 

ELECTRICAL TIMES. Thursdav, 2d. Established 1891. 
A technical paper, dealing witn the practical and com- 
mercial departments of electrical work. It is full of trade and 
scientific news and advertisements. 

Published at Sardinia House, Kingsway, W.G. Tele. 4426 
Central. Teleg. Equivolt, Estrand, London. 

ENGINEER. Friday, 6d. Established January 4, 1856. 
This is a purely scientific journal, devoted to the interests, 
and intended to contribute to the information, of those engaged 
in the manufacture or application of the metals. All new 
discoveries and inventions in mechanics and science are de- 
scribed, and, when necessary, illustrated; lists ol patents, 
details of specifications, reviews of scientific works, and able 
papers on various branches of science. 

Published at 33, Norfolk St., Strand, W.G. Tele. 13352 Central. 
Teleg. Engineer Newspaper, London. 



ENGINEERING. Friday, 6d. Established Jan., 1866, 
Principles : Neutral. This paper is entirely devoted to 
engineering in all its branches, Tne latest inventions are 
reported on and illustrated. Articles on important subjects 
connected with the profession appear in its pages, and the 
latest information is given on all important engineering works 
in progress. 

Published by C, R. Johnson, 35 and 36, Bedford St.. W.G. Tele. 
Gerrard ct663 and 8598. Teleg, Engineering, Westrand, London. 

ENGLISH CHURCHMAN AND ST, JAMES'S 
CHRONICLE, Thursday, Id, Estab, Jan., 1843. 

Principles: Evangelical Protestant. This newspaper treats 
all questions affecting the Church and the country from an 
Evangelical and Protestant point of view. It is opposed alike 
to Romanism and Infidelity, and seeks specially to advance 
spiritual Religion and to expose the tactics of the Ritualists. It 
offers to Churchmen who value the principles of the Reforma- 
tion a record of current events with a faithful and fearless 
commentary on ecclesiastical and political questions. 

Published at 74. Strand, W,C. Tele. Gerrard 2474, 

ENGLISH MECHANIC AND WORLD OF SCIENCE. 
Friday, 2d. Established March 31, 1865. 

A weekly journal of Science in the broadest sense of the 
word. All subjects connected with Engineering, Building, 
Chemistry, Astronomy, Natural Philosophy, Mathematics, 
Photography, Musical Instruments, Telescope and Microscojie 
Construction, Electricity, Wireless Telegraphy, the Lathe, tne 
Motor Car, &c,, are treated in its columns. 

Published at Ettingham House, Arundel Street, Strand. 

Tele. Gerrard 1291. Teleg. Timeserver, Estrand, London. 

ENTERPRISE, Wednesday, 3d Established, 1872. 
A weekly chronicle of insurance, finance, and industry. 
The articles and news are arranged in a novel way. Special 
attention is given to industrial enterprise. 
Published at 4/5, Mason's Avenue, Basinghall Street, E.G. 

ERA, THE. Wednesday, 2d. ' 
Established 1837, 
The acknowledged organ of the Theatrical, Variety and 
Musical professions. 
Published at 35, Wellington Street, Strand, W.G. 

ESTATES GAZETTE, Saturday, 3d, Established 1858, 
This paper is devoted to land, house property, and agri- 
cultural interests, &c. It also contains a selection of articles 
relating to land, valuable furniture, objects of art, &c. 

Published by W. P. Kirkpatrick, 34 & 35, Kirby St.. E.G. 
Tele. 198 Holborn and 10474 Central. 

EVERYMAN. Friday, 2d. Established 1912. 
A weekly journal devoted to literature and international 
politics. 

Published at St, Mary's Chambers, 161a, Strand, W,C. Tele. 
Central 1410. Teleg. " Namyreve, Cent,, London." 

F AIRPLAY, Thursday, 6d. Established May, 1883, 
Principles: Independent. This edition is conducted 
on the principle of" calling things by their right names, and of 
looking at them through uncoloured spectacles." Articles, 
criticisms, and notes appear in its pages on public events; and 
on matters connected with shipping, coal, marine insurance, 
commerce, and finance. 

Published at 34, Leadenhall St.. E.G. Tele. 40G5 Avenue. 
Teleg. Fairplay, Led, London. 

THARM, FIELD, AND FIRESIDE. Friday, Id. Estab. 1887. 

Jj Principles: Neutral. An agricultural, rural, apd 
domestic journal. Full details appear in its pages of farm, 
dairy, live stock, stable, poultry, garden, and the home. It is 
the " beau ideal of a popular agricultural journal." 
Published at 3, Wellington Street, Strand, W.G. 

FARM AND HOME. Tuesday, Id. 
Established March, 1882. 
Principles : Independent. An illustrated journal of agricul- 
ture in all its branches. Contains articles by practical farmers. 
Published at 63, Lincoln's Inn Fields, W,G. 
Tele. Holborn 731. 

TTIARM LIFE, Thursday, Id. 

Jj Established 1893, 

Deals with cattle, poultry and farming in all its phases. 
Fully illustrated. 

Published at Hatton House, Great Queen St.,W.C. Tele. 1832 
Gerrard. Teleg. Arator, Westqent, London. 

TTIARMER AND STOCK-BREEDER. Monday, Id. 
Jj Established 1843. 

It is conducted by a practical agriculturist, who has had a 
thoroughly scientific training. No detail of farming or stock- 
breeding, which can infiuence the prosperity of the farmer, is 
overlooked. 

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FEATHERED WORLD. Friday, Id. Established 1889. 
A paper devoted to poultry, but also has articles and 
gives advice on pigeons aud cage birds. 

Published at 9, Arundel Street, Strand, W.C. 

FIELD. Friday, 6d. Established January 1, 1853. 
Pbinciples : Neutral. The Field is a gentleman's paper, 
devoted to land and estate interests, including farming, 
gardening, etc., sports, pastimes, natural history, and all 
country pursuits, with ample details of racing, cricket, etc. 
It is fully illustrated. 

Published by The Field and Queen (Horace Cox), Ltd., 
Bream's Buildings, Chancery Lane, E.C. Tele. 218 Holborn. 
Teleg. Field Newspaper, London. (Advt., p. 555.) 

FINANCE. Saturday, 6d. Established January 1, 1898. 
"A weekly journal and review." It is intended that all 
matters of general interest to investors and those concerned 
with financial matters find a place in its columns. Corre- 
spondence on matters of public interest is welcomed. 
Published at Broad Street House, New Broad Street, E.C. 

FINANCE CHRONICLE. 1st and 15th of Month, 4<i. 
Established 1869. 
Principles: Independent. The linance Chronicle is de- 
voted chiefly to insurance and kindred institutions. Com- 
panies' statements are printed and criticised on their merits 
duly as they appear, sound companies and approved modes 
of business only receiving support. 

Published by Russell & Co., 2, Copthall Buildings. E.C. 

FINANCIAL OUTLOOK. Friday, Id. 
A weekly review of the Stock Market, containing a 
retrospect of the past week's financial events. 
Published at 119-125, Finsbury Pavement, E.C. 
Tele. Wall 7001. 

FINANCIAL STANDARD. Tuesday, 3d. Established 1890. 
A weekly journal devoted to finance, insurance, and 
trade. The usual reports of meetings are given, with leading 
articles, iSrc. 
Published at Broad Street House, New Broad Street, E.C. 

TpINANClAL WORLD. Saturday, Id. Established 188rt. 
Jj A review of the week's finance, with special overseas 
section, notes on motoring and aviation, and comparative table 
of highest and lowest share quotations. 

Published at 7, Union Court, Old Broad Street, E.C. 

Tele. 2698, Wall. Teleg. Financial World, London. 

FISHING GAZETTE. Friday, 3<«. Established April, 1877 
Principles: Neutral. The Cfazette is & paper *^ devoted 
to angling, river, lake, and sea-fishing, and fish-culture." 
Contains special articles on all fresh and salt-water fish and 
fishing ; state of the rivers ; where to fish ; angling notes and 
queries, &;c., ice. 

Published at 19. Adam Street, Strand, W.C. 

FISH TRADES GAZETTE. Saturday, 2<Z. 
Established May, 1883. 
The Fish Irades Gazette is emphatically a trade paper, 
containing exclusive market reports and prices, special infor- 
mation from the principal ports and fishing stations — in fact, 
all that is of commercial interest to the fish trade, the fishing 
industry and allied trades, both wholesale and retail. 

Published at Peninsular House, Monument Street, E.C. 
Tele., Avenue 637. Teleg. Finfish, Bilgate, London. 

FLIGHT. Thursday, \d. Established 1908. 
Devoted to the interests, practice, and progress of aerial 
locomotion. OSicial organ of the Royal Aero Club. 

Published at 44, St. Alartin's Lane, W.C. Tele., Gerrard 
1828. Teleg., Traditur, Westrand, London. 

FLYING. Wednesday, l<f. Established January 24, 1917. 
A current record of aviation progress and events dealing 
with aircraft of all kinds used for militarr and other i)urposes. 
Published by Land and Water, Old Sergeants Inn, 5, 
Chancery Lane, W.C. 
Teleg. Agecdorum, Fleet, London. Tele. Holborn 2828 (3 lines). 

FOOD. Thursday, \d. Established January 18, 1917. 
Deals with the production, preparation and supply of 
food of all kinds. Seeks to encourage greater home production 
of essential foodstutfs. 

Published by F. Carl, 154, Fleet Street, E.C. 

Teleg. Aviculture, Fleet, London. Tele. Holborn 5229. 

FREEMASON. Saturday, 3d. Established March, 1869. 
It contains all the most important information of the 
week relating to Freemasonry in every degree. Original 
articles and correspondence of Masonic subjects are given. 

Published by J. D. Hand, 5, Whitefriars Street, B.C. Tele. 
678 Central. 

FREEMASON'S CHRONICLE. Saturday, 13*. U. per 
annum. Established January, 1875. 
Principles : Independent. The Freemason's Chronicle is 
entirely devoted to the interests of the craft, and very full re- 
ports appear of matters interesting to Masonic readers. 

Published bv W. W. Morgan, Fleet Works, New Barnet. 
Tele. Barnet 309. 



FRIEND. Weekly, 2d. Established 1843. 
Pkinciplks: Neutral, The only weekly paper of the 
Society of Friends (Quakers) in Europe. 

Published by Headley Bros., Kingsway House, Eingsway, 
W.C. Tele. Gerrard 883. 

FRUIT, FLOWER & VEGETABLE TRADES' JOURNAL. 
Saturday, \d. Established Oct. 5, 1895. 
This paper deals with all that concerns the raising and 
distribution of fruits, flowers, vegetables, &c. 
Published at 1, Mitre Court, E.C. 

FRUIT-GROWER, FRUITERER, FLORIST, 
AND MARKET GARDENER. Thursday, Irf. 
Established July, 1895. 
A journal for orchard and market garden growers, agents, 
salesmen, and distributors, vegetable, flower, seed, and garden 
produce trades. 

Published at 1, 2, & 3. Salisbury Court, Fleet Street, E.C. 
Tele. City 4698 and 4699. Teleg. Fruitgrower Newspaper 
London. 

GARDEN. Saturday, W. Established 1871. 
An excellent illustrated newspaper solely devoted to 
horticulture in all its branches. Every possible information 
lor cultivation of flowers, fruit, and vegetables, trees, kc, 
will be found in its pages. It is richly illustrated with fine 
photographs, engravings, plans, also coloured plates of new 
and rare flowers, fruits, &c., are given. 

Published by Country Life Ltd., 20, Tavistock St., Strand, 
W.C. Tele. Gerrard 2748 and Regent 760. Teleg. The Garden, 
London. 

GARDENERS' CHRONICLE. Friday, M. Established 
January 2, 1841. The leading horticultural journal, de- 
voted to all branches of gardening, and designed to meet the 
requirements of professional and amateur gardeners, country 
gentlemen, and botanists. It is copiously illustrated with 
process blocks, and full page coloured supplements. 

Published bv The Gardeners' Chronicle, Ltd., 41, Wellington 
Street, Covent Garden, W.C. Tele. 1543 Gerrard. Teleg. 
Gardchron, Rand, London. 

GARDENERS' MAGAZINE. Thursday for Saturday, Irf. 
Established 1833. 

The oldest of the gardening papers, in every way up to 
date, and an excellent paper for the advanced amateur and for 
professional gardeners of all grades. Well-printed and finely 
illustrated. Especial attention is given to the description and 
illustration of new plants and flowers, beautiful gardens, kc. 
The cleverest cultivators in the land contribute to its pages : 
the young professional is well-catered for, and horticultural 
news is a prominent feature. Reports all the leading flower 
shows and horticultural meetings. 

Published by W, H. and L. Collingridge, 148-149, Aldersgate 
Street, E.C. Tele. City 1086. Tel. Address, Collingridges, 
Cent, London. 

GARDENING ILLUSTRATED. Wednesday for Saturday, 
\d. Established March 15, 1879. 
Practical information for gardeners, with illustrations. A great 
feature is made of " Answers to Queries," " Flowers for 
Decoration," &c. 
Published at 63, Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Tele. Holborn 731. 

GAS JOURNAL. (JOURNAL OF GAS LIGHTING, 
ETC.) Tuesdaj-s. 6rf. 

Established February 10, 1849. 

This publication forms a perfect registryof all matters bearing 
upon the subject of the Manufacture of Gap,its Distribution and 
Utilization. In the columns will be found many able articles 
of a scientific nature, not only in respect to the manufacture of 
Gas, but also to the improvement of the apparatus relating 
thereto, and the construction of new works. In addition to a 
full account of all legal and parliamentary questions connected 
with gas undertakings, gas consumers, and water suppl}', there 
is a full and well-arranged share list, with the latest prices 
quoted. 

Published by Walter King, 11, Bolt Court, Fleet St.. E.C. 

Tele. Holborn 6857. Teleg. Gasking, Fleet— London. (Advt., 
p. 556.) 

GAS WORLD. Saturday, 4rf. Established 1884. 
A universally recognised authority on all subjects 
relating to the gas industry. Contains the latest, most varied, 
and most reliable intelligence upon all topics of interest 
connected with gas manufacture and supply. It claims the 
largest circulation of any gas paper. 

Published at 8, Bouverie Street, E.C. Tele. 3300 Central. 
Teleg. AUangas, Fleet, London. 

GENTLEWOMAN. Thursday. 6rf. Established 1890. 
Illustrated weekly newspaper for ladies, circulating 
amongst the best and most wealthy class. The Oentlewomun 
deals mainly with fashions, social matters, and every type of 
interest to woman. 

Published at 70-77, Long Acre, W.C. Tele. Gerrard 9026. 
Teleg. Jayswood, London. 



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GRAPHIC. Friday, 7<f. 
Established December 4, 18G9. 

Principles : Independeut. An admirably illustrated journal, 
combining "Literary excellence with artistic beauty." The 
illustrations are in tne first style of art. The literary portion 
of the paper is admirable in its arrangement, and a series of 
essays and notices on the topics of tne day add greatly to 
its attractive character. The Graphic is to be found in all clubs 
and hotels. 

Published at Tallis House, Whitefriars, E.G. Tele. Holborn 
2860 (4 lines). Teleg. Talliscano Fleet, London. (Advt., p. 506.) 

GROCER. Saturday, 4i. Established 1 801. 
This journal is the recognised organ of the grocery, 
provision, and concomitant trades, the interests of which it ably 
advocates. The earliest news is given on all topics connected 
with the trades which are represented by The Grocer, and full 
and exhaustive reports are given of all the London and 
provincial markets and Foreign butter markets up to Friday 
night. 

Published at Eastcheap Buildings, E.C. Tele. 2821 Avenue 
Teleg. Grocery, Bilgate, London. 

GROCERS' GAZETTE. Saturday, Irf. Established 1881. 
Principles: Neutral. This paper gives full informa- 
tion with reference to the condition and wants of the trade in 
all its branches. It gives the latest and reliable market. 
Association, and general reports. 

Published at 71, Eastcheap, E.C. Tele. 4140 Central. Teleg. 
Grocers' Gazette, Bilgate, London. (Advt., p. 556.) 

GROCERS' JOURNAL. Saturday, l<f. 
Established Dec. 3, 1874. 
Principles : Neutral. A widely-read trade organ, devoted 
to the interests of grocers, oilmen, tea-dealers, and provision 
merchants, and giving earliest news of importance or interest 
to all engaged in those and kindred trades. It contains a 
London weekly price current, and reports of the Mincing Lane, 
Liverpool, ana other markets. 
Published at 29, Rood Lane, E.C. Tele. Central 1543. 

GUARDIAN (with which is incorporated The Church- 
woman ). Thursday, Id, Established Jan. 21, 1846. 

Principles : Anglo- Catholic. The immediate object of this 
journal appears to be that of establishing in the public mind 
a clear view of the ground taken by the High Church party 
on matters religious and political. It is a well-printed, large- 
sized paper; devoting much space to reviews of books, and to 
educational matters, as well as to subjects interesting to men 
and women workers in the many branches of religious and social 
life. It contains, also, well-written criticisms on music and 
the arts, and able leading articles on most subjects which 
bear on the social reforms brought before the public. It is 
an influential journal. 

It is the authoritative newspaper of the Church of England, 
and gives first hand information on all subjects affecting the 
interests of the Church, whilst on all important matters such as 
Church Congresses and Convocations, its reports are regarded 
as official. Special pages are devoted to Women's interests, and 
as far as possible important Church events are illustrated by 
photographs. 

Published by A. J. Knight, 29, King Street, W.C, Tele. 
7576 Gerrard. Teleg. Guardian, Rand, London. (Advt., p. 507.) 

HAIRDRESSERS' WEEKLY JOURNAL. Saturday, Id. 
Established May, 1882. 
This is the recognised organ of English-speaking hairdressers 
and perfumers throughout, the world. Its principles are inde- 
pendent, and its columns are filled with technical and general 
matter of the greatest practical interest to its readers. It gives 
the whole of the trade news of the week. It is an ably edited 
journal. 
Published by Osborne, Garrett & Co., 51-54, Frith St., Soho, W. 

HERALD. Saturday. Id. Established 1912. 
Principles : Labour. It is a spirited advocate of 
social reform, its chief concern being the welfare of the work- 
ing classes. 
Published at Victoria House, Tudor Street, E.O. 

HOME AND COLONIAL MAIL. Friday, 6d. 
Established 1878. 
This paper contains an admirable arrangement and summary 
of the commercial news of the week, prepared expressly for 
Colonial and Indian readers. Many interesting features appear 
about produce in its pages, so as to make it an acceptable 
** home " paper. 

Published at Temple Chambers, Temple Avenue, E.C. Tele. 
1595 Holborn. Teleg. Brookleigh, London. 



HORSE AND HOUND. Saturday, 2^!. 
Established March, 1884. 
" A journal for every sportsman." This paper is devoted to 
racing, hunting and general sporting matters. It is of par- 
ticular interest to breeders, hunting folk and horse-dealers. 
Published at 110, Strand, W.C. 

HOSPITAL. Thursday for Saturday, Id. 
The Modern Newspaper of Administrative Medicine 
and Institutional Life. 

Published at 28 k 29. Southampton St., Strand. 
Tele. Gerrard 2734. Teleg. Ospedale, Rand, London. (Advt., p. 
555.) 

TLLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS. Saturday, 7d. 
± Established May 14, 1842. 

Principles: Neutral in Politics. It was a happy idea to 
blend pictorial embellishments with periodical intelligence, and 
to aid description by depiction in an illustrated new8i)aper, the 
letter-press being rendered, by careful selection, equally ap- 
propriate and engaging. The Illustrated Neus is essentially a 
family paper, and has a large circulation. The rapidity with 
which any event, e.specially if associated with spectacle of any 
sort, is illustrated in this paper, is deserving of notice in any 
age of earnest competition for priority. Its reading matter 
includes contributions by many of the most distinguished 
writers of the day. 

Published at 172, Strand, W.C. Tele. Gerrard 120 (4 lines). 

ILLUSTRATED POLICE NEWS. Tues., Id. Estab. 1864. 
Principles : Independent. 
It is a specially illustrated police journal, and contains 
articles on Racing, Football, Cricket and Boxing. 

Published at Merton House, St. Bride's Avenue, Fleet St., 
E.C. Tele. 3898 Central. 

TLLUSTRATED SPORTING AND DRAMATIC NEWS. 
± Saturday. 7<i. Established 1874. 

Principles : Independent. It aims at justice and impar> 
tiality in describing sport, music, and the drama. The 
illustrations are of the highest order. The articles are all 
characterised by freshness and talent. 

Published at 172, Strand. W.C. Tele. 2518, Gerrard. 

IMPERIALIST. Saturday. 8#. per annum. 
Established October 7, 1916. 
Principles : Imperialist. A political weekly devoted to 
social and imperial affairs. 

Publisher: N. Pemberton- Billing, M.P., Imperial House, 
Hertford. 

INDIAMAN. Friday, 6rf. 
This journal was founded in 1914 to take the place of the 
Old-established Homeward Mail and Ocerland Mail, and is 
intended to act as a link between Anglo-Indians all over 
the world. It is a compendium of intelligence for all classes 
interested in India. 

Published at Devonshire Square, E.C. Tele. London 
Wall 618. Teleg. Inguardia, Ave, London. 

INSURANCE OBSERVER. Friday, 6rf. 
A journal of general information upon matters connected 
with insurance. 

It comments independently and impartially on all subjects 
interesting to the insurance profession. 
Published at 37. Walbrook, E.C. 

INSURANCE RECORD. Friday, 2d. 
Established January, 1F63. 
Devotes special attention to fire, accident, marine and other 
forms of insurance, the advantages of which it insistently 

Published at 13, York Street, Covent Garden, W.C. 

INVESTORS' GUARDIAN. Saturday, 6<f. Established 1863. 
Principles: Specially devoted to all matters relative to 
Public Companies. This paper, by directing attention to 
the weak points of new companies, and the position of the 
established ones, successfully guards the interests of Investors. 
Gives particulars of every company registered in the 
United Kingdom, The Investors^ Guardian has the con- 
fidence of a large clientele, who place reliance upon its 
criticisms and acton its advice. 

Published at Lime Street Chambers, 21, Lime Street, E.C. 
Tele. 4,230 Avenue. Teleg., Ennoble, Grace, London. 

INVESTORS' REVIEW. Saturday, &d. 
Established February, 1892. 
A weekly review of finance, trade, commerce, insurance, and 
the investment field generally, at home and abroad. 
Edited by A. J. Wilson & Son. 

Published by Clement Wilson, Norfolk House, Norfolk 
Street, W.C. Tele. Gerrard 9132. 



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IRON AND COAL TRADES' REVIEW; Friday, 6i. 
Established 1866. 

Trinciples : Neutral. Tliis paper is devoted to the " Iron, 
Steel, Coal, and Engineering Trades," and all questions and 
news dealing with these interests may be found in its pages. 
Articles, illustrated, on special subjects connected with these 
trades are given, with a general review of the trade events of 
the week. No topic of interest to those in the trades dealt 
with by this paper is allowed to go unrecorded. 

Published at 165, Strand, W.G. Tele. 6611 Gerrard (2 lines). 
Teleg. Zacatecas, Estrand, London. 

IRON AND STEEL TRADES JOURNAL, AND IRON 
TRADE CIRCULAR. 

Saturday, 6^. Established June, 1849. 

A complete record of the doings in the iron, steel, metal, 
machinery, coal, and tin-plate trades. Special reports from the 
various centres of industry, of the prices for the week, the 
contracts entered into, and the most reliable weekly register of 
the prices of iron, steel, and metals. 

Published by Griffiths & Ry lands (Limited), 55-57, Drury 
Lane, W.C. Tele. Gerrard 1060. 

IRONMONGER. Saturday, 6<i. Established. 1859. 
The oldest journal published in the interests of the Hard- 
ware, Metal and Machinery trades. It is full of trade news, 
metal market reports, and descriptions of new inventions. 
The Ironmonger gives special attention to its editorial com- 
ments, which are full and impartial. 

Published at 42, Cannon Street, E.C. Tele. Central 3617 
(3 lines). Teleg. Ironmonger, Cannon, London; 

JEWISH CHRONICLE. Friday, U. Established 1841. 
Neutkal. The organ of Anglo-Jewry. The state of 
affairs, both social and religious, among the community of 
Jews in England and throughout the world is given with 
much copiousness in this newspaper. Special correspondence, 
sketches of Anglo-Jewish history, and good leading articles 
on subjects of interest are given. 

Published at 2, Finsbury Square. E.C. Tele. 695 London 
Wall. Teleg. Jaechron, Fiusquare, London. 

JEWISH WORLD. Wednesday, 1<?. Established 1873. 
A high-class illustrated weekly newspaper. The news of 
the day specially interesting to this large and influential body is 
excellently arranged and reported. It contains popular articles 
of a literary character and a story each week. It is a popular 
journal among Jews of all classes, and its circulation extends 
all over the kingdom. 
Pablished at 2, Finsbury Square, E.C. Tele. London Wall 695. 

JOHN BULL. Wednesday, Id. 
A weekly journal of satire and comment dealing with 
current topics and affairs. 

Published at 93 and 94. Long Acre, W.C. Tele. Gerrard 2595. 
Teleg. Southernwood, Rand, London. (Advt., p. 508.) 

JOINT STOCK COMPANIES' JOURNAL. Wednesday, M. 
Established 1845. 
A mid-weekly financial and commercial newspaper. Special 
articles on Industrials, Mines, Insurance, Banking, Rubber, 
Oil, etc. 
Published at 11, Queen Victoria Street, E.C. Tele. Central 6161. 

JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF ARTS. 
Friday, &d. Established 1852. 
This is the organ of the Royal Society of Arts. It is free to 
members, is published weekly, and oootains full reports of all 
the Society's proceedings, as well as a variety of information 
connected with Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce. 

Published John Street, Adelphi, W.C. Tele. 5610, Gerrard. 
Teleg. Praxiteles, Westrand, London. 

"TUSTICE. Thursday, 1<Z. Established 1884. 
O Pbinciples: Social-Democratic. "The Organ of Socifd 
Democracy." This paper is ',ntirely devoted to reports of 
Democratic movements, reports of meetings, labour news, &c. 
Published by The Twentieth Century Press, 37A, Clerkenwell 
Green. E.C. Tele. 5076 Holborn. 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Saturday,6rf. 
O _ Established January 28, 1837. 

This is a well-established legal periodical, designed for the 
assistance of the Magistracy and the higher officials connected 
with the Local Administration of Justice and with the various 
County, Municipal, Urban and Poor Law Authorities. 

Published at 7 and 8, Fetter Lane, E.C. 

LA CHRONIQUE. Saturday, Irf. 
Established 1899. 
Contains the news of the week of interest to French people 
in the United Kingdom. It is the organ of the French Colony 
in London. 
Published at 29, Bessborough Street, Vauxhall Bridge, S.W. 



LABOUR NEWS AND EMPLOYMENT ADVERTISER. 
Wednesday, Id. Established 1871. 
Pkinciples : Neutral. This is " an independent organ of 
information on the condition and requirements of the labour 
market, both at home and abroad." It is an authority on all 
labour subjects. 

Published at 10, Farringdon Avenue, E.C. 

LADIES' FIELD. Saturday, G<Z. Established April, 1898. 
A paper essentially for ladies, full of fashion, music, art, 
society, sport, and the drama. 

Published at 8, Soutliampton St., Strand, W.C. Tele. Regent 
760. Teleg. Ladies' Field, London. 

LADY. Wednesday, 3<Z. Established February 19, 1885. 
The Ladi^ deals fully and completely with the many 
subjects in which ladies are interested. Home dress-making, 
household management, social news, information, hints, and 
advice, all find place in its pages. It is admirably illustrated 
with fashions, dresses, &c. 

Published at 39 and 40, Bedford Street, Strand, W.C. Tele. 
6105 Gerrard (2 lines). Teleg. Lady Newspaper, London. 

LADY'S PICTORIAL. Saturday, 6<Z. Established Nov., 1880. 
Principles: Neutral. A newspaper for the home. A 
specially arranged paper for ladies ; well edited and admirably 
illustrated. Not a mere fashion journal, but deals with all 
subjects interesting to ladies. 
Published at 172, Strand, W.C. Tele. 2518 Gerrard. 

LANCET. Friday, 8<f. Established Sunday, Oct. 5, 1823- 
Principles: Independent. A journal of British and 
foreign medicine, surgery, obstetrics, physiology, chemistry, 
pharmacology, public health, and news. The Lancet reports 
lectures delivered at the principal hospitals and medical 
schools throughout the kingdom, investigates important and 
interesting cases, gives appropriate and telling remarks upon 
current medical topics, elucidates the modern practice of physic 
in all its phases : it reviews medical books, reports medical 
trials, and it numbers amongst its correspondents and contri- 
butors the first scientific men in the world. 

Published at 423. Strand, W.C. Tele; 5356 Gerrard. Teleg; 
Lancet, Westrand, London, 

LAND AGENTS' RECORD. Saturday, &d. Established 
April, 1878. 
The Land Agents' Record is the representative journal of land 
agents, surveyors, and auctioneers. It gives special attention to 
estate matters, and represents the interests of real property. 
It gives full details of forthcoming auctions, results of sales, 
and special estate information. 

Published by Land Agents' Record Ltd., 149, Strand, W.C. 
Tele. 2291 Central. 

LAND AND WATER (with which The County Gentleman 
is incorporated). Saturday, Id, Established 1862. 

Principles : Neutral. Usually devoted to the general 
interest of out-door men and women. Land and Water imme- 
diately found its special field at the commencement of the 
war, and its brilliant articles on strategy and tactics have 
brought it into special prominence among service men and 
intellectual classes. It is also a literary review, its articles on 
general topics being written by writers of established reputation. 

Published at Old Serjeants Inn, Chancery Lane, W.C. Tele. 
Holborn 2828. Teleg. Agendorum, Fleet, London. 

LAW JOURNAL. Saturday, &d., with notes of cases. 
Established 1866. 

Principles: Neutral. This paper consists of two parts, 
one of which contains notes of all the important cases decided 
iu the House of Lords, the Priv}^ Council, the Court of Appeal, 
and all the Divisions of the High Court of Justice; the other, 
all news interesting to the legal profession, cause lists, rules 
and orders, business of the Law Society, &c.. together with 
leading articles on legal topics and reviews of legal treatises 
and reports of important cases decided in the County 
Courts. 

Published at 37 & 39, Essex Street, Strand. W.C. Tele. 
2868 Gerrard. 

LAW TIMES. Friday, 1«. Established April 8, 1843. 
Principles : Neutral. In the course of the year all the 
cases in the Courts of law, including many that no other legal 
paper notices, and embracing whole classes of cases which are 
rarely reported even in the regular Law Reports, appear in this 
journal. 

Published by The Field and Queen (Horace Cox) Ltd., 
Windsor House, Bream's Buildings, Chancery Lane, E.C. 
Tele. Holborn 218, 219, 239. 819, 1572 and 5861. 



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LEATHER TRADES REVIEW. Wednesday. Annual 
subscription, 10». Estivblished 1867. 

The recognised organ of the hide, tanning, leather, and 
kindred trades in all parts of the world. Jt is the advertising 
medium for all matters relating to these industries. Publishes 
each week the latest market and trade rei)ort8, law, patent, 
and bankruptcy intelligence, and technical articles by the 
leading leather trade experts. 

Published at 24. Mark Lane, E.G. 

Tele. Central 11411. 

LICENSED VICTUALLERS' GAZETTE AND HOTEL 
COURIER. Friday, 2rf. Established July, 1872. 
Principles: Neutral. A high-class newspaper devoted to 
the interests of the hotel, tavern, and inn-keepers of the United 
Kingdom — whose official organ it is. Notifies all trade matters 
of importance, contains powerfully-written trade articles, gives 
great prominence to sport and the general intelligence of the 

Published at 81, Farringdon Street. Tele. Central 4947. 
Teleg. Licenser, London. 

LICENSING WORLD. Saturday, l«f. Established 1892 
An official illustrated newspaper devoted to the interests 
of the licensed trade in all its branches, sport, music, and 
the drama. 
Published by George Vickers, Angel Court, Strand, W.C. 

LIGHT. Saturday, 2<i. Established January 8, 1881. 
'* A journal devoted to the interests of psychical research," 
Th is paper collects and records facts in reference to spiritualism 
and psychological phenomena, and discusses such other allied 
topics as now occupy the attention of men of advanced 
thought. 
Published at 110, St. Martin's Lane, W.C. 

LIVE STOCK JOURNAL. (Illustrated.) Friday, 4d. 
Established 1874. 

The only paper wholly devoted to the interests of Owners 
of Studs, Herds, and Flocks, giving the fullest information 
respecting the breeding and management of British breeds of 
pure-bred live stock. Circulates among breeders and buyers 
of horses, cattle, sheep, pigs, &c., and gives full reports of 
agricultural shows and salas. Its foreign edition goes all 
over the world. 

Published by Vinton & Co., Limited, 8, Breams Buildings.E.C . 

Tele. 1180 Holborn. Teleg. Vinton Company, London. 

LLOYD'S LIST WEEKLY SUMMARY. Friday, 6<f. 
A weekly resume of the news published in Lloyd's Daily 
List, and containing information of value to all interested in 
ehipping and cargoes. 
Published at The Royal Exchange, E.C. 
Tele. London Wall 3563. Teleg. " Lloyd's List," London. 

LLOYD'S WEEKLY INDEX. Thursday. 
By Subscription. Established 1880. 
It is a record of the arrivals and departures of British 
and Foreign merchant vessels at and from home and foreign 
ports. It also gives information of the casualties, movements, 
and positions of the ships of the British and Foreign Mercan- 
tile Marine on their outward and homevrard voyages. 

Published at The Royal Exchange, E.C. Tele. London 
Wall 3563. Teleg. Lloyds, London. 

LOCAL GOVERNMENT CHRONICLE. Satiu-day, U. 
Established (as Knight^s Official Advertiser) 1855. 
Prin'CIPLES : Non-political. This is the oldest paper devoted 
to Local Government and it is the organ of County, District, 
Borough, Parish Councils and Boards of Guardians. 

Published bv Charles Knight & Co., Ltd., 227, Tooley Street, 
S.E. Tele. 4155 Hop. Teleg. Together, London. 

LOCAL GOVERNMENT JOURNAL AND OFFICIALS' 
GAZETTE. Saturday, 2d. Established Febraary, 1872. 
Gives all information concerning Local Government ; furnishes 
lists of tenders open and situations vacant under public bodies ; 
reports of Local Government bodies. 

. Published by The Local Government Journal Ltd., 7, Chi- 
chester House, Chancery Lane, W.C. Tele. Holborn 1999. 
Teleg. Local men te, London. 

LONDON COMMERCIAL RECORD, Friday, £1 per 
annum Established June 29, 1842, 

Politics: Neutral. This journal is devoted to questions 
eminently commercial. Merchant-law, and the economy of 
Home and Foreign Trade are discussed and explained in its 
columns; and its voluminous information, including a correct 
and detailed report of the state of the foreign and colonial 
produce, as well as of the grain, and provision, and tallow, seed, 
and oil markets, prices current, weekly lists of arrivals, deliveries 
and stocks, declarations of sales, bankrupts, etc., is brought up to 
the latest period. 

Published by Smith, Gowland & Co. Ltd., 3, Church St., 
Minories, E. Tele. Avenue 2864. Teleg, Runningly, Aid., 
London, 



LONDON AND CHINA EXPRESS. Weekly, on the de- 
parture of the Mails for the Far East, 9i. Annual 
Subscription, £2 2«. Established 1858. 

As a newspaper, it notices the events occurring in this countrj- 
in connection with China, Japan, Singapore, Java, Siam, and all 
parts East of India; particular attention being paid to the 
Commercial department m connection with the inter-colonial trade 
of China and the TIastern Archipelago, and the direct trade of 
these countries with Europe and America. 

Published at 79, Gracechurch Street, E.C. Tele. Avenue 6166. 

LONDON AND CHINA TELEGRAPH. Weekly, on the 
arrival of the Far Eastern mails, 9rf. Subscription, £2 2« 
per annum. Established 1858. 

la published on the arrival of the various mails via Suez, t?/^ 
Siberia and via America from the Far East; and contains a 
digest of the news, with commercial and shipping information 
from China, Japan, Singapore, Federated Malay States, Phil- 
ippines. Netherlands India, and all parts East of British India. 
Published at 79, Gi-acechurch Street, E,C, Tele, Avenue 61C6. 

LONDON GAZETTE (By Authority"). Tuesday and Friday, 
1*. Neutral, Established Nov. 14, 1665. 
The appointed organ for all announcements of the Executive, 
Circidat«s, or should circidate, among all those whose duty or 
interest it is to keep a constant eye on those important oflBcial or 
legal aunoxmcements which it is its pecnliar province to convey to 
the public. Moreover, it is so recognised by law, and in so many 
cases prescribed by Parliamentary enactment, as the appropriate 
medium of announcement in affairs which it is proper to make 
public, that it is well to be always aware of its utility, and to be 
quite certain, in every case in which it is desired to make a trans- 
action valid, that an Act of Parliament has not made a notice 
in the GazetU an essential ingredient in its validity. It is Govern- 
ment property and all communications on the business of the 
London Gazette should be addressed to the Superintendent, 
Office of the Loudon Gazette, Imperial House, Kingsway, W.C, 
Pixblished for H.M, Stationery Office, by Wyman & Sons, 
Limited, Fetter Lane, E,C, Tele. Gerrard 411, (Advt., p, 656.) 

LONDON MAIL. Monday 2d, 
A weekly illustrated journal dealing with current society 
topics, literature, turf and the stage. 
Published at 15, Whitefriars St., E.C, 

LONDON OPINION. Tuesday, Id. 
Established March, 1904. 
A topical, literary, humorous, illustrated weekly journal. 
Published at 67-68, Chandos Street, W. Tele. 6201 Gerrard. 
Teleg. London Opinion, Westrand, London. (.Advt,, p, 509.) 

LONDON WELSHMAN AND KELT. Saturday, \d. 
Established January 12, 1895. 
Principles : Independent. This paper is printed in Welsh 
and contains the news of the Metropolis. 
Published at 302, Grays Inn Road, W.C. 

LONDRA-ROMA, Saturday, Id, Established 1888, 
A Liberal and Commercial paper in the interest of the 
Italian people, and to aid the Anglo-Italian movement. 
Published at 5, Fitzroy Street, Fitzroy Square, W, 

MACHINERY MARKET, Friday, \d. Established 1879. 
A Commercial Engineering Journal. The leading 
business journal for machinery and power users. 

Published at 146a, Queen Victoria Street, London, E.C, 
Tele., 730 P.O. Central, Teleg. Wadham, London. 

MAIL. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 2d, 
Estabhshed March 2, 1789. 
This is a partial reprint from The Times, with an original sum- 
mary. 

Published by The Times Publishing Co. (Ltd.), Printing-house 
Square, E.C. Tele. Holborn 6600, Teleg. The Times, London, 

MARK LANE EXPRESS AGRICULTURAL JOURNAL, 
Monday, 3d, Established 1832, 
The leading British authority on Agricultme and Stock Breed- 
ing, By practical Stock Breeders and Farmers. The official 
organ of the National Farmers' Union. 
Published at 3, Wellington Street, Strand, W.C. 

MAYFAIR. Wednesday, 6d. Established 1910. 
Contains a full account oi the doings of Society. Hunting, 
Service and Political Notes are given at length, and cartoons in 
colour of prominent people are a speciality. 
Published at 174, New Bond Street, W. 

MEDICAL OFFICER. Friday, 6d. 
Established 1908. 
A journal for medical men in the Government and municipal 
services, dealing with all matters concerning the public health. 
It reports the transactions of various medical societies, and 
publishes papers and lectures by the leading authorities on the 
subject of State medicine in ail its branches. It includes a 
summary of the more important contributions on preventive 
medicine in the Foreign and Colonial Press, It is a record of 
developments in sanitary science. 
Published at 36-38, Whitefriars Street, E,C, 
Tele. 4941, Holborn, Teleg. Phonema, Fleet, London. 



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MEDICAL PRESS AND CIRCULAR. Wednesday, 5d. 
Established 1838. 

This is a "class" paper, devoted entirely to the interests of the 
medical profession, and the advancement of medical science. The 
Medical Press and Circular is an entirely independent organ, and 
advocates the interests of the medical profession. Great attention 
is given to all medical affairs of national interest. It publishes 
a special supplement which is the official organ for the Irish 
Medical Association. 

Published at 8, Henrietta St., Covent Garden, W.C, and 29, 
Nassau Street, Dublin. Tele. 4646 Garrard. Teleg. Bailliere, 
London. 

MEN'S WEAR. Weekly, Irf. 
Established 1902. 
A weekly trade record. The weekly journal for clothiers, 
outfitters, tailors, hosiers, hatters, boot and shoe dealers 
and all interested in the men's wear trades. 

Published at 154, 155 & 156, Cheapside, E.G. Tele. City 582. 
(3 lines). Teleg. Men's Wear, Cent, London. 

METHODIST RECORDER. Thursday, id. Estab. 1861. 
The leading organ of the Methodist Churches. Wholly 
devoted to Methodism. Methodist news is given at length, with 
signed articles, interviews, correspondence, sermons, stories, &c. 
Published by Wesleyan Methodist Newspaper Co. (Lim.), 161, 
Fleet Street, E.C. 

METHODIST TIMES. Thursday, \d. Estab. Jan. 1, 1886. 
Principles : Liberal and Progressive Methodist. 
Questions of conduct, women's work, children's page, a serial 
story and Sunday School lesson are special features. Methodist 
News reported brightl}'. 

Published bv Horace Marshall & Son, 125, Fleet Street. E.C. 
Tele. Holbom 1575. 

MILITARY MAIL. Friday, Id. 
Established March, 1901. 
Principles : Independent. The organ of the Regular and 
Territorial forces, the National Reserve and Rifle Clubs. Full 
illustrated reports of Military news from all stations of the 
British Army appear in its pages. The only Army Newspaper. 
NOTE — This publication is suspeiided during the war. 
Published by Gale & Polden (Lim.), 2, Amen Corner, E.C. 
Tele. Central 283 {2 lines). 

MILLER, THE. Monday. Annual Subscription 13*. 
Established 1875. 
The Miller is the leading organ of the Flour Milling trade. 
It contains technical and scientific articles by the acknowledged 
authorities of the various sections of the Milling Industry, 
and publishes full details of every event relating to the trade, 
including latest Grain and Flour market reports and prices. 
Published at 24. Mark Lane, E.C. 
Tele. Central 11411. 

MINING JOURNAL. Saturday, &d. Established 1835. 
A record of mining and metallurgical progress. It 
advocates the interests of the mining and metallurgical indus- 
tries at home and abroad, and has a unique reputation for its 
special correspondence from all the mming districts of the 
world, and also for its prices current of metals, which are 
bought and sold in all parts of the globe upon the basis of 
the " next published Mining Jmirnal prices." 

Published at 15, George Street, Mansion House, E.C, Tele. 
4411 Central. Teleg. Tutwork, London. 

MINING NEWS. Thursday, Id. Established 1894. 
Contains the latest information about mining enterprises. 
Published at 37. Walbrook, E.C. Tele. Central 6508. 

MINING WORLD AND ENGINEERING RECORD. 
Saturday, Qd. Established 1871. 
Principles : Independent. It contains leading articles on 
all important questions affecting mining interests. Public 
meetings are reported. Technical Engineering Articles m- 
serted from time to time, which are illustrated. 

Published at 234, Gresham House, Old Broad St., E.G. 
Tele. Central 1820. Teleg. Quinlxnd, Ave, London. 

MIRROR OF LIFE AND BOXING WORLD. Tuesday Id. 
Established 1893. 
Devoted chiefly to boxing, athletics and racing. Ringside 
illustrations are a feature. 
Published at 13, Bread Street Hill, E.C. Tele. Bank 216. 

MODERN SOCIETY. Saturday, li. 
Established December 4, 1880. 
Contains Gossip on Royalty, People in Society, Politics, &c. 
Published at 42, Ludgate Hill, E.C. 

MONEY. Tuesday, 6<f. Established 1872. 
Money deals with everything pertaining to the City, 
the Stock Exchange, and Money Market. 

Balance-sheets of assurance companies, banking companies, 
shipping companies, trading companies, and trust companiesi 
&c., are criticised in Money. 
Published at 11, Queen Victoria Street, E.C. 



MONEY MARKET REVIEW AND INVESTORS 
CHRONICLE. Saturday, 2d. Established 1860. 

Principles : Independent, tt is exclusively devoted to 
the discussion of commercial and financial topics. Leading 
articles on all subjects interesting to the man of business are 
found in its pages, also special weekly articles on plantation 
and mining shares and a complete weekly digest of the 
world's financial press. 

Published at St. Stephen's Chambers, Telegraph Street, E.C. 

Tele. London Wall 9622. 

MOTOR. Tuesday, l^. 
An ably edited weekly journal showing what is being 
done in the motor and allied industries, describing and illus- 
trating the latest inventions, and presenting a brightly-written 
record of current matters of interest connected with motoring 
in all lands. 

Published by the Proprietors, Temple Press, Ltd., at 7, 9, 11, 
13, 15, Rosebery Avenue, E.C. 

AyfUNICIPAL ENGINEERING AND THE SANITARY 
IVi. RECORD. Thursday, M. Established 1874. 

Principles : Independent. This is the oldest and foremost 
journal devoted to Municipal Engineering and Public Health 
in all its branches, and contains the latest information relat- 
ing to Municipal and Sanitary Engineering ; water supply and 
sewerage; Public Health law and administration; Housing 
and Town Planning; Roads and Road Making; Public Street 
lighting, etc. 

Published at 8, Bream's Buildings, Chancery Lane, W.C. 
Tele. Holborn 5502. Teleg. Sanatorius, Holb., London. 

MUNICIPAL JOURNAL. Friday, Zd. 
Established February. 1893. 
Devoted mainly to municipal questions. It has a distinct 
field of its own, and no other journal treats municipal questions 
from the same point of view. It deals with all municipal 
industries in a bright and attractive way, and pays attention 
also to educational, social, and philanthropic matters. It gives 
a complete record of all wants bv public bodies. 
Published at Sardinia House, Kingsway, W.C. 

MUSICAL STANDARD. Saturday, Id. 
Established August, 1862. 
Principles : Independent. Articles, reviews, essays, cor- 
respondence, concert notices, together with special foreign 
and home news of current events. 

Published at 83, Charing Cross Road, W.C. 

"XnTATION. Saturday, 6^. Established 1890 as Speaker. 
L\ The Nation is a weekly journal of politics, literature, 
religion, science, art, the drama, and finance. 

Published at 10, Adelphi Terrace, W.C. Tele. 4035 Gerrard. 
Teleg. Nationetta, Westrand, London. 

AJ-ATIONAL WEEKLY. Saturday. 6d. 

LN Established December 2, 1916. 

A weekly journal devoted to national interests. Articles on 
Labour questions, British industrial reorganisation and reports 
from the manufacturing centres form special features. 

Offices — Imperial House, Kingsway, W.C. 

Published at 1-3, Crown Court, Chancery Lane, W.C. 

"\~rATURE, Thursday, 6<f. Established November 4, 1869. 
LN Presents a regular record of scientific progress, and of 
original observations and results. Its correspondence 
columns are used by scientific investigators, and its reports 
of societies and notices of scientific papers summarise the 
general course of research in various parts of the world. 

Published by Macmillan & Co. (Lim.), St. Martin's St., 
W.C. Tele. 8830 Gerrard. Teleg. Phusis, London. 

NEAR EAST. Friday, Sd. Established 1909. 
Deals with social and political events in the Near East, 
and particularly with the commercial and financial interests of 
Egypt, Persia, Turkey, and the Balkan States. 

Published at Devonshire Square, E.C. Tele. Wall 618. 
Teleg. Eastaprox, Ave., London. 

NEW AGE. Thursday, 6d. 
Principles: Independent. Established 1894. 
A weekly review of politics, literature and art. Is strongly 
democratic and a fearless critic of parliamentary affairs. 
Industrial problems receive considerable attention in its pages. 
Published at 38, Cursitor Street, E.C. 

XTKW STATESMAN. Saturday. 6d. 
LN Established 1913. 

A weekly review of Politics and Literature. Discusses 
national affairs of moment with an independent and vigorous 
spirit. Includes several pages of Book reviews, correspondence 
and City topics. 

Published at 10, Great Queen Street, Kingsway, W.C. 



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"VTEW WITNESS. Thursday, 6<f. 
IN Established 1912. 

Contributions by well-known authorities on current events, 
political, international and literary, are the features of this 
journal. IL holds stron? views on political and social reform 
and advocates democratic measures. Literature and Finance 
are also dealt with. 

Published at 20 and 21, Essex Street, Strand, W.C. 

Tele. City 1978. Telog. "New Witness, Estrand, London." 
(Advt., p. 509.) 

NEWSAGENT, BOOKSELLER'S REVIEW, AND 
STATIONERS' GAZETTE. Saturday, 2d. Estab. 1889. 
The oldest trade journal and leading newsnaper representing 
the united interests of all branchesof the Publishing, Stationery 
and Allied Trades. 

Published at 37 & 38, Strand, W.C. Tele. Regent 5761. Teleg. 
Goulwar, London. 

NEWSPAPER WORLD. Saturday, 2<i. 
(Formerly Newspaper Owner.) 
Established 1898. 
This paper is devoted to the interests of newspaper 
proprietors and workers. It contains many articles of 
practical value to all engae;ed in newspaper production. 
Published at 14, Cross St., Finsbury. B.C. Tele. 9864 Wall. 

ATTOTES AND QUERIES. Saturday, 4<f. 
XN Established November 3, 1849. 

This is a publication established for an interchange of know- 
ledge amongst literary men, and for the elucidation of any 
abstract point, difficult question, or disputed dogma in history, 
archaeology, literature,! &;c. 

Published by J." Edward Francis, 11, Bream's Buildings, 
Chancery Lane, E.C. Tele. 2120 Central. Teleg. Eumousos, 
London. 

NURSING MIRROR. Thursday for Saturday, Id. 
The accredited organ of the Nursing profession. 
Published at 28 & 29, Southampton St., Strand. Tele. 
Gerrard, 2734. Teleg. Nursnoos, Rand, London. (Advt., p. 655. ) 

NURSING TIMES AND JOURNAL OF MIDWIFERY. 
Saturday, Id. 
A professional journal for trained nurses. 
Published by \lacmillan & Co., Ltd., St. Martin's St., W.C. 
Tele. Gerrard 8830. Teleg. Publish, London. 

OIL AND COLOUR TRADES JOURNAL. Saturday, id. 
Established 1876. 
Contains trade and market reports, trade news, technical 
articles, new patents illustrated, and other trade matters and 
illustrations. 
Published at 8, Broadway, Ludgate Hill, E.C. 

OIL NEWS. Friday, \d. 
Established 1912. 
Devoted to the petroleum industry. It gives weekly outputs, 
reports, comments, financial quotations, &c. 
Published at 32, Great St. Helens, E.C. Tele. City 8424. 

OUTLOOK. Saturday, U. Established 1898. 
A brightly-written journal known for its outspoken articles 
on political, financial and social questions, Literature and the 
Arts. 
Published Jjy Spottiswoode & Co., New Street Square, E.C. 
Tele. Holborn 2171. 

PAPER TRADE REVIEW, THE WORLD'S. Friday, Qd. 
Established 1879. £1 per annum ; for bona fide Pajjer- 
mill Workmen, 10*. 
A weekly international journal for paper-makers, and paper 
mill engineers and furnishers. Contains illustrations of patents 
and new inventions; lists of government contracts; practical 
data relating to paper and pulp manufacture ; illustrations of 
new mechanical appliances, and technical contributions. 

Published by Stonhill & Gillis, 58, Shoe Lane, Holborn 
Viaduct, E.C. Tele : City 8407. Teleg. Stonhill, Fleet, London. 

PASSING SHOW. Tuesday, Id. 
Established March 20, 1915. 
An illustrated weekly journal of wit and wisdom, reviewing 
current events, and containing the work of capable artists, 
cartoonists and writers. 

Published by Odhams, Ltd., 93-9t, Long Acre, W.C. Tele. 
Gerrard 2595. Teleg. "Southernwood, Rand, London." 
(Advt., p. 510.) 

PELICAN. Wednesday, l<i. Established 1889. 
A social, dramatic, sporting, and financial paper. Full 
of short notes of news, tales, sketches, criticisms of theatres, 
finance, music, books, &c. Comments on topics of interest to 
its readers in a light and readable stvle. 
Publishecl at lO & ll, Fetter Lane, B.C. Tele. U122 Central. 



PETROLEUM REVIEW. Saturday, Qd. 
Established February, 1899, 

The Review is the representative organ of the oil industry 
of Russia and America and other great centres of the trade. 
It gives all the exports and imports from the various countries, 
oil stocks, &o. The articles on the trade are of the highest 
order, being usually by the acknowledged authorities on the 
subjects dealt with. 

Published at 45, St. Mary Axe, E.C. Tele. Avenue 6624. 
Teleg. Dvorkovitz, Ave, London. 

PHARMACEUTICAL JOURNAL AND PHARMACIST. 
Saturday. 6<f. Established 1841. 
This paper is the official organ of the Pharmaceutical 
Society of Great Britain and the oldest weekly paper for 
pharmacists. It is a most valuable " trade organ," containing a 
large mass of important information. 
Published at 150, Holborn, E.C. Tele. Holborn 174. 
Tele. Pharmads, London. 

POLICE REVIEW AND PARADE GOSSIP. Friday, \d. 
Established 1893. 
The organ of the British Constabulary, and of the Police and 
Citizens' Friendly Association ; largely educational, especially in 
Police law and practice. A special feature is made of its 
second title, " Parade Gossip," and of news for Special Con- 
stables. 

Published at 8, Red Lion Square, W.C. Tele, Holborn 292. 
Teleg. Police Review, London. 

"POULTRY. Friday, !<;. Established 1848. 

JL An interesting paper treating of the keeping of poultry 
by all classes of poultry raisers. It contains all the poultry 
news of the week, and is fully illustrated. 
Published at 10^ Essex Street, Strand, W.C. Tele. City 7393 

PRIMITIVE METHODIST LEADER. Thursday, Id. Estab- 
lished 1868. The only P.M. newspaper. It contains all 
the denominational intelligence of the churches. 
Published by A. 0. Vincent, 73, Farringdon Street, B.C. 

PRODUCE MARKETS' REVIEW. Saturday, 2<?. 
Ann. Subs., 10«. Established 1866. 
The lieview is full of admirably arranged information in 
reference to the prices for procuring produce. The price list ie 
full and complete, and may be taken as most reliable. 
Published by Bemrose and Sons, Ltd., 4, Snow Hill, E.C. 

PUBLIC OPINION. Friday, 2<i. Established 1861. 
PuiNClPLES; Neutral. It is a reflex of "public opinion" 
of what men and women are thinking, doing and saying, as 
expressed in the world's best papers, magazines and books. 
Published by Horace Marshall & Son, 125, Fleet Street, E.C. 

PUBLISHERS' CIRCULAR. Saturday, id. ; 10». 6d. per 
annum. Established September, 1837. 

This publication conveys an account of works in the press, 
works newly published, and of book-auctions at home, with a 
summary of literary intelligence. The circulation is not con- 
fined to the members of the book trade, but book societies, and 
purchasers generally, find here a careful registry of all new books 
published at home or imported, their full titles, size, price, 
number of pages, names of publishers, illustrations, and other 
similar information, 

Published by Publishers* Circular (Limited), 19, Adam 
Street, Strand, W.C. 

PUNCH. Wednesday 3d. Established 1841. 
The leading British humorousand satirical journal, which 
may almost be regarded as a national institution. Its pages 
contain the best products of the literary and pictorial humorists 
of the day, and its political and social cartoons have afforded a 
succession of highly gifted artists in black and white an un- 
rivalled field for the exercise of their talents. 

Published by Bradbury Agnew & Co., Ltd., at 10, Bouverie 
Street, E.C. Tele. Holborn 2940 (5 lines). Teleg. " Charivari, 
Fleet, London." 

QUEEN. Friday, Qd. Established 1861. 
Principles : Neutral. It is particularly intended for ladies 
reading, as it provides that which ladies have hitherto so 
much needed in this country : the earliest coloured fashion- 

flatesf rom Pari8,and original work-patterns by the best designers 
t has many novel departments, in which ladies communicate 
useful observations and criticisms. " Pastimes," " Domestic and 
Rural Economy," and " Domestic Pets," are also included ; and 
a large space is given to "Receipts" for family use. Pastimes 
for ladies, a charade, a novel, or a sprightly sketch, vary the 
contents. Court and fashionable news are fully reported, and 
the paper is well illustrated, many of its pictures being 
excellent examples of half-tone engraving. 

Published by The Field and Queen (Horace Cox), Ltd., 
Bream's Buildings, Chancery Lane, B.C. Tele. 218 Holborn. 
Teleg. Fi«ld Newspaper, Loudon. (Advt., p. 656.) 



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RACING NEWS AND SPORTING INDICATOR. Friday, 
Id. ; also Monday Special, I*. Established, 1912. 
Racing selections and tips. 

NOTE. — This paper is suspetided during the War. 
Published at 2, Mitre Chambers, Fleet Street, E.G. 

RACING WORLD. Saturday, \d. Special Edition 
Monday night, Id. Established 1886. 
A journal of racing intelligence. Programmes of races, 
key numbers, training reports, and Newmarket notes occupy 
its space. 

Published at 2, Mitre Court, Fleet St., B.C. Tele. City 2990. 
Teleg. Racing World, Fleet, London. 

RAILWAY GAZETTE. Friday, M. Established July, 
1892. Incorporates the Railway Times, Established 1837. 
An illustrated weekly review of railways, docks, harbours, 
and shipping. The whole of the varied interests involved 
in the carrying world are fully considered and carefully 
reported. 

Published at Queen Anne's Chambers, Broadway, West- 
minster, S.W. Tele. Victoria 2247. Teleg. Trazette, London. 
(Advt., p. 656.) 

RAILWAY NEWS (Established 1864) AND RAILWAY 
OFFICIAL GAZETTE (Established 1870), with which 
is incorporated the RAILWAY RECORD (Established 1844) 
and Railways {Illustrated). Saturday, &d. 

Principles : Independent. This paper is intended " to ad- 
vocate the interests of railway companies generally without 
partisanship." It also contains articles on all the details of 
railway working, and accurate information as to engineering 
matters, &c. 

Published at 91, Temple Chambers, B.C. 

RAILWAY REVIEW. Friday, Id. Estab. July 16, 1880. 
Principles : Labour. The Review records all informa- 
tion relative to railway men, the management of railways 
and improved appliances, &c., for working railways. It is the 
recognised organ of the National Union of Railwaymen, and 
advocates the reform of abuses and dangers on railways. 
The Railway Review is essentially a journal of practical 
interest to the man who works on the line, and is greatly 
esteemed among its readers for the impartial spirit in which 
it deals with all subjects. It gives accurate and readable 
reports of current events, and its technical articles are written 
by experts. 

Published at 312, Gray's Inn Road, W.C. Tele. North 3126. 
(Advt. p. 656.) 

RAILWAY AND SHIPPING CONTRACTOR. Thurs. M. 
Established 1885. 
A special paper for storekeepers and contractors for railways, 
tramways, docks, canals, shipbuilding, Government, and 
other public works. Special technical information abounds in 
its pages, and the reports of public works, &c., are full and 
complete. 
Published at 48, Gray's Inn Road, W.C. Tele. Holborn 4650, 

RECORD. Thursday, Id. Established January, 1828. 
Principles : Independent. The Record is the recog- 
nised organ of the Evangelical party in the Church. But 
whilst distinctly Evangelical, it surveys and chronicles the 
progress of the Church in all its activities. The Record has 
especially devoted itself to the cause of Church defence at 
home, and to the encouragement of the missionary life of the 
Church abroad. Whilst giving great attention to Church intel- 
ligence, especially such intelligence as may not be found in the 
secular press, its literary contributions frequently take the 
form of works by well-known Churchmen, which subsequently 
appear in volume form. 

Published at 2, Red Lion Court, Fleet St., E.G. Tele. 
Central 13139. 

REVIEW. Friday, 6d. Established 1869. 
Principles : Neutral. All matters connected with Life, 
Fire, and Accident Insurance world are discussed in its pages, 
reports of meetings, &c. 

Published at 550, Mansion House Chambers, 20, Bucklers- 
bury, E.C. 

RUBBER WORLD AND FINANCIAL ADVERTISER. 
Thursday, Id. 
Deals with the trade, financial and planting aspects of the 
rubber industry. 

Published by G. J. McDermott, 36, Furnival Street. E.C. 



Q ATURDAY REVIEW. U. Established Nov. 3, 1855. 
kJ Principles : Constructive Tory. This is literally a 
Review, not a newspaper. It gives no " news," but "reviews " 
all passing occurrences, as well as every new work of impor- 
tance, and everything novel in the arts or in science. Its 
articles are written in a fearless and independent tone, and the 
reviews of books are by specialists on their own subjects; and 
such are the ability and knowledge of its writers (the list 
includes some of the most eminent men of the day), that it is 
found upon the table of almost everyone who takes an interest 
in politics, literature, music, art, the drama, and science. 

Published at 10, King Street, Covent Garden, Strand. W.C. 
Tele. 5235 Gerrard. 

SCHOOL GOVERNMENT CHRONICLE. Saturday, M. 
Established February, 1871. 
The School Government Chronicle is the official organ for 
Association of Education Committees and National Associa- 
tion of Education Officers. It is filed regularly by the majority 
of those who are engaged in conducting the educational busi- 
ness of the country. 

Published at 2 and 4, Tudor St., E.C. Tele. Central 10084. 

SCHOOLMASTER. Saturday, Irf. Established Jan. 6, 1872. 
Principles : Independent. The Organ of the National 
Union of Teachers. It contains leading articles by eminent 
educationists, intelligence of educational proceedings, and 
special information as to the progress of education at home 
and abroad. 



Published at 3. Racquet Court, Fleet St. 
Teleg. Schoolmaster, London. 



Tele. Central 3488. 



SCHOOLMISTRESS. Wednesday, \d. Estab. Dec, 1881. 
Principles : Neutral. This paper is published to assist 
teachers in their work. 



Published at 149, Fleet Street, E.C. 
Teleg. Schoolmistress, London. 



Tele. 1648 City. 



SHIPPING LIST (GENERAL WEEKLY) AND POSTAL 
AND MERCANTILE DIRECTORY. Saturday, id 
Established 1853. 
Circulates largely at home and abroad among shippers, 
naerchants, consignees, &c. It is the oldest publication of 
its class and appeals to the leading houses whose trade con- 
nections are oversea. A list of Consular requirements in time 
of war is given, also a page of War Not.ces affecting shippers. 
Published by Edgley & Meaden, St. Mary Axe House, E.C. 
Teleg. Shipping List, Led, London. Tele. Avenue 4079. (Advt. 
p. 656.) 

SHIPPING WORLD. Every Wednesday, U. Established 
May, 1883. 
A shipping and commercial paper full of news and illustra- 
tions of interest to the large and important communities 
affected. 

Published by the Shipping World (Lim.), Effingham House, 
Arundel St., Strand W.C. Tele. 2381 Gerrard. Teleg. 
Shipping World, London. 

SHOE AND LEATHER NEWS. Thursday, Id. Incor- 
porates the Boot and Shoe Retailer. Established 1916. 

A weekly trade journal containing information from its 
own correspondents in the various boot-making centres, and 
discussing all matters of interest to the trade. It devotes 
special sections to retailers topics and gives practical hints to 
factory managers. 

Published at Spencer House, South Place, London, E.C. 
Tele. London Wall 7004. Teleg. Alshunuze, London. 

SHOE AND LEATHER RECORD. Friday, 2<f. 
A weekly journal devoted to the leather and hide, and 
boot and shoe trades. Deals also with machinery, mercery, 
grindery, and tanning materials. Trade information, bank- 
ruptcy reports, private meetings, lists of creditors, and 
technical articles. 
Published at 40, Finsbury Square, E.C. 

SHOE TRADES JOURNAL. Friday, 2d. 
Established 1868. 
" The weekly record of the shoe and leather industries." 
The Journal has all the usual features of a trade paper, and 
is an admirable record of all the phases of leather and its uses. 

Published at 74 to 77, Temple Chambers, Bouverie St., B.C. 

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SKETCH. Wednesday, 7<i. Established February 1, 1893. 
Principles : Independent. This paper is conducted on 
original lines. Full of pictures from well-known artists to 
Illustrate light and readable articles on current topics. A 
survey of the drama and abundant gossip are great features. 

Published at 172, Strand, W.C. Tele. Gerrard 120 (4 lines), 

SOLICITORS' JOURNAL. Saturday, 6d. 
Established 1857. 
Pbinciples : Neutral. Contains a well-digested sum- 
mary of the legal news of the week ; articles on topics 
afifecting the interests of the profession ; observations on 
leading decisions and practice in equity and common law. 

Published at 27, Chancery Lane, W.C. Tele. Holborn 5734. 

SOUTH AFRICA. Saturday, 6<f. Established January 4, 1889. 
Principles: Independent. This paper chronicles and 
discusses events and matters of interest to all connected with 
South Africa. 

Published at 83, Bishopsrate, B.C. Tele. 30 and 31, London 
"Wall. Teleg. Oriflamme, London. 

SODTH AMERICAN JOURNAL AND BRAZIL AND 
RIVER PLATE MAIL. Saturday, 6<f. 
Established November 7j 1863. 
It is designed to give publicity to all matters affecting the 
prosperity and progress of South and Central America, Mexico, 
etc., and affords every information calculated to facilitate the 
commercial operations or financial interests of British investors, 
merchants and manufacturers. 

Published at 309-312, Dashwood House, 9, New Broad Street 
E.C. Tele. Central 6127. 

SPECTATOR. Saturday,6i. Established July 5, 1828. 
Principles : Liberal Unionist. The Spectator has a 
singularly condensed an-angement in its news columns. Its 
original articles are written in a spirit of perfect independ- 
ence, and evince the ability, as well as the honesty, of 
the writers. As a force in the political arena there are few, if 
any, weekly papers that can equal the Spectator. While 
maintaining its avowed po'.icy at all times it is free from bias, 
and its articles being invariably the work of authorities, its 
word is respected in the highest circles. 

Published at 1, Wellington St., Strand, W.C. Tele. 12494 
Central. Teleg. Spectator, London. 

SPHERE. Saturday, 7i. Established January 26, 1900. 
Incorporates Black and IFhite. 
It is an excellent illustrated paper with many novel features, 
all well done. The literature is of the highest character. The 
Sphere is widely read in clubs and hotels, and in this way 
reaches a very large clientele. It is also subscribed to by 
practically everyone who patronises the more expensive 
journals. Its distinctive personality has gained the Sphere 
unique popularity, not only at home, but among English 
people throughout the world. 

Published at Great New Street, Fetter Lane, E.C. Tele. 2200 
Holborn. Teleg. Sphere, London. 

SPORTING TIMES. Friday, 2<f. Established 1866. 
The Sporting Times is a review of sporting intelligence, 
with a selection of news relating to drama, musio half, and 
other matters of moment. 

Editorial Office : 18, Regent Street, S.W. Tele. Gerrard 4798 
Published at 20, Bride Lane, Fleet Street, E.C. 

SPORTING WORLD Saturday and Monday, Id. 
Establishedf 1879. 
This paper is devoted to horse racing, and contains all 
the usual features, betting, selections, training reports, &c. 

Published at 5, Fetter Lane, E.G. 

STAGE. Thursday, 2<f. Established March, 1880. 
Principles : Independent. The Stage contains full 
reports ot London, provincial, and foreign theatrical news. 

Published at 16. York St., Covent Garden, W.C. Tele. 
Gerrard 5213 and 2992. Teleg. Stage, London. 

STATIST. Saturday. 6<«. Established 1878. 
Principles: Independent. The Statist presents in a 
highly condensed form, each week, a record of the important 
events in the various departments of trade and finance. 

Published at 51, Cannon St., E.C. Tele. City 6258 and 6269. 
Telog. "Statist," Cent., London. j 



STOCK EXCHANGE. Wednesday. Subscription 6/6 per 
annum. Established 1887. 
Principles : Independent. A high-class financial journal, 
containing articles, written by well-known authorities, on 
the financial topics of the day. 

Published at 6, Bridewell Place, Ludgate Circus, B.C. Tele. 
8426 Central. 

STOCK EXCHANGE GAZETTE. Thursday, 6<f. Est. 1901. 
A weekly Journal for investors and their advisers. 
Published by Thos. Skinner & Co., 76-81, Gresham House, B.C. 
Tele., Central 2886. 

SUNDAY SCHOOL CHRONICLE AND CHRISTIAN OUT- 
LOOK. Thursday, l<i. Established 1874. 
A weekly journal of religious, social and general intelligence 
with special educational helps for Sunday School Teachers. 

Published at 57, Ludgate Hill, B.C. Tele. City 8221-8222. 
Teleg. Bookful, London. (Advt., p. 511). 

SURVEYOR AND MUNICIPAL AND COUNTY 
ENGINEER. Friday, 6d. Established Jan., 1892. 
A weekly illustrated journal for municipal and county 
engineers, surveyors, etc. 

Published at 24, Bride Lane, Fleet St., B.C. Tele. City 
1046. Teleg. Municipium, Fleet, London. 

SYREN AND SHIPPING. Wednesday, 6d. Estab. 1892. 
An illustrated review of all news of interest to the 
shipping community. 

Published at 91 and 93, Leadenhall Street, B.C. Tele. 
Avenue 7722. Teleg. Syrenelso, London. ' 

TABLET. Friday, 5d. Established 1840. 
A weekly newspaper and review, treating of current 
topics from the Catholic point of view. 
Published by Percy Briggs, 19, Henrietta Street, W.C. 
Tele. Gerrard 2129. 

TATLBR. Wednesday, 7<i. Established July 3. 1901. 
An illustrated journal on Society, the Stage, and Sport. 
Smart life, smart ladies, and smart work are the principal 
characteristics of the paper. 

Published at Great New Street, E.C. Tele. 2200 Holborn. 
Teleg. Tatler, London. 

TERRITORIAL SERVICE GAZETTE. Wednesday, Id. 
Established 1859 as the Volunteer Service Gazette. 
This is the official organ of the Territorial forces, and all 
the principal rifle clubs. 

Published at 11, Gough Square, Fleet Street, B.C. Tele. 
Holborn 2267. 

TIMBER. AND WOOD WORKING MACHINERY. 
Saturday, 6d. Established 1886. 
A. leading weekly journal for wood exporters, importers, 
merchants and consumers. 
Published at 131-3, Middlesex Street, B. Tele. Central 7025. 

TIMBER TRADES JOURNAL AND SAW MILL 
ADVERTISER. Saturday, i^d. Established 1873. 

Contains reliable reports on the home and foreign timber, 
mahogany and hardwood trades in London, the provinces and 
in all countries supplying the markets of the U.K. Full reports 
of auction sales, legal cases, bankruptcies, &c. The saw mill 
section, especially the *' Notes and Queries." interests the 
operator as well as the saw mill manager and proprietor. 

Published by William Rider & Son, Ltd., Cathedral House 
8-11, Paternoster Row, E.C. Tele. City 2580. Teleg. Rider- 
wood, Cent, London. (Advt., p. 556.") 

TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT. Thursday, IJd. 
X Established 1902, 

Contains prompt and authoritative reviews of all important 
Looks, and a complete annotated list of the week's publications. 
Published by The Times Publishing Co., Ltd., Printing-house 
Square, E.C. Tele., Holborn 6600. Teleg., Times, London. 

TIMES WEEKLY EDITION. Friday, 2d. 
Established 1877. 
Principles: National and Independent. Circulates largely 
in the Colonies and abroad. Contains a resume of the news of 
the week appearing daily in The Timet. 

Published by The Times Publishing Co., Ltd., Printing House 
Square, E.C. Tele., Holborn 6600. Teleg., Times, London. 

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TOWN TOPICS. Friday, 2d. Established 1912. 
Naval, military, political and financial topics ; also notes 
and comments concerning the turf, theatres, motoring, boxing, 
country-side sport, etc. 

Pbopbibtors — The Pitcher Enterprise Co., Ltd., 27, Tudor 
Street, E.G. Tele. Holborn 11. Teleg. Townitop, Fleet, 
London. 

TRIBUNE CONGOLAISE, Fortnightly, 6#. per annum. 
An Antwerp newspaper which is being published pro- 
risionally in London during the war. Pays special attention 
to Belgian colonial affairs. 
Published at 29, Dalmeny Avenue, Tufnell Park, N. 

TRUTH. Wednesday, 6d. Established January, 1877. 
Principles : Liberal. IVuth has always been famous 
for its fearless and valuable exposures of frauds. 

Published at 10, Bolt Court, Fleet Street. E.G. Advt. Offices : 
10, Carteret Street, Westminster, S.W. Tele., Victoria 205-6. 

UNITED METHODIST, Thursday, \d. Established 1885. 
Contains all intelligence of interest to United Method- 
ists. 
Published 12, Farringdon Avenue, B .C. Tele., Holborn 2366- 

TTNITED SERVICE GAZETTE. Thursday, 6<f. 
U Established February 9, 18.33. 

Peinciples : Neutral. This paper devotes its columns to 
the interests of our Army and Navy. 

Published at 11, Gough Square, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. 2267 
Holborn. 

UNIVERSE. Friday, Id. Established Dec. 8, 1860. 
Principles : Catholic. This journal is the popular 
organ of the Catholic body in the kingdom. 
Published at Effingham House, Arundel St., Strand, W.C. 
Tele. Gerrard 9327. 

AR CRY. Tuesday for Saturday, l<f. Established 1880. 
Official Gazette of the Salvation Army. 



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Published at the Salvation Army Publishing Offices, Judd St. 
King's Cross, W.C. Tele., North 3570 (3 lines). 



VTTEEKLY NOTES. Saturday, Qd. 

VV Principles : Neutral. Contains decisions of impor- 
tant cases in the Law Courts. 

Published at 10, Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. 

WEST AFRICA. Saturd ly, &d. Established Feb. .3, I'M 7. 
A weekly journal dealing with West African affairs- 
commercial, political, social and financial. Devoted to the life 
and work and the advancement of the peoples of West Africa. 

Proprietors— West African Publishing Co., Ltd., Temnle 
Bar House, 28, Fleet Street, E.C. 
Tele. City 1671. 

WINE AND SPIRIT GAZETTE (" Hai-per's Weekly "). 
Saturday, 12*. 6^. per annum. All matters affecting 
the Wine and Spirit trades are fully dealt with. 

Published at 39-40, Crutched Friars, E.C. Tele. Avenue, 3444. 
Teleg. Harperette, London. 

WINNING POST. Thursday for Saturday, 3d. Established 
1905. A popular sporting Journal. 

Published at 30. Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, W.C. 
Tele. Gerrard 1028. 

WORLD. Tuesday, &d. Founded 1874. 
Principles : Independent. The World is frequently 
called a society journal, but it is something more 
than that. It covers the wide field of varied interests of the 
wealthy classes, by whom it is generally read. It publishes 
illustrated supplements. 

Published by Odhams Ltd., 93-94, Long Acre, W.C. Tele. 
Gerrard 2695. Teleg. Southernwood, Rand, London. 

YACHTING WORLD & MARINE MOTOR JOURNAL. 
Thursday, M. Established 1893. 
All news interesting to yachtsmen is given. 

Published at 37, Walbrook, E.C. Tele. 13241 Central. 



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ACTON AND CHISWICK EXPRESS. 
Friday, \d. 
Independent. — Established 1896. 
Circulates in Acton, Chiswick and the district. 
The Express is one of the West Middlesex Gazette Series and 
is a recognized property register. 

Published by John King, 3, King Street, Acton. Tele. 
Chiswick 21. 

ACTON AND CHISWICK GAZETTE. Friday, Jd. 
Independent. — Established 1868. 
Circulates in Acton, Mill Hill Park, Bedford Park. &c. 
An excellent local and district paper, with full reports of 
all events in the neighbourhood, and a good selection of news. 
Proprietors — Middlesex Couyity Times Printing and Pub- 
lishing Co. (Lim.), 61, Broadway, Ealing, W. 
Local Publishing Office— 122, Churcbfield Road. 

ACTON DISTRICT POST. Friday \d. 
Independent. — Established 1907. 
Circulates in Acton,. Bedfrrd Park, Chiswick, Ealing and 
neighbourhood. 

PuJZwAer*— Suburban Newspapers, Ltd., 9-11 High Street, 
Acton, W. 

BALHAM AND STREATHAM MERCURY. 
See Mitoham and Tooting Mercury. 

■OALHAM AND TOOTING NEWS. Friday, Id. 

The oldest paper for Balham, Tooting, Earlsfield, &c. 
The Balham and Tooting News has now secured for itself a 
position of great popularity throughout the district it covers. 
Publishedat 6, Ramsden Road, Balham. Tele. Sydenham 687. 
Proprietors — Neves & Biscoe, Ltd. 



BARNES AND MORTLAKE HERALD. 
Conservative.— Established 1885. 
A reprint of the Richmond Herald. 
Office— lb, High Street, Barnes. 



Saturdayi Id. 



BAYSWATER CHRONICLE, Sat., Id. Estab. June, 1860 
A local independent journal for Bayswater, Hyde Park 
Paddington, Notting Hill, and Kensington, and also giving the 
general news of the day in a condensed form. 

Published at 56, Porchester Road, Bayswater, W. Tele. Park 
2448. 

BETHNAL GREEN NEWS AND SHOREDITCH 
GUARDIAN. Friday evening. Id. 
Principles : Conservative. 
A reprint of the Hast London Post. 

BORO' MERCURY. Friday, i^i. 
Circulates in Earlsfield and district. 
A localised issue of the Mitcham and Tooting Mercury. 

BOROUGH OF WEST HAM, EAST HAM, AND 
STRATFORD EXPRESS; WALTHAMSTOW EX- 
PRESS; LEYTON, LEYTONSTONE & WANSTEAD 
NEWS. Wednesday, \d. ; Saturday, \d. 
Independent. — Established 1864. 

Circulates in Stratford, West Ham. East Ham, Ley ton, etc. 
Proprietors — Wilson & Whitworth (Ltd.), Stratford, B. 
ITele. East 932. 

BOWES PARK WEEKLY NEWS. Saturday, K 
Independent. — Established 1904. 
Deals with the news of Bowes Park, Wood Green, Southgate, 
Palmer's Green, and district. 
PwWwA^r*— Penf old & Sons, 286, High Road, Wood Green, N. 

BRIXTON AND LAMBETH GAZETTE: Friday, \d. 
Established 1891. 
A local journal for Brixton, Lambeth, Clapham, Heme Hill, 
Stockwell, Kenniugton, Camberwell, &c. Entirely devoted to 
local news. 
Published by Hartnoll & Son, 50, Robsart St., Brixton, S.W. 
Tele. Brixton 1084. 

BRLKTON AND STREATHAM TIMES. Friday, \d. 
Established 1881. 
One of the South Western Star series. 
Published at 160, Falcon Road, Clapham Junction, S.W, 



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BRIXTON FREE PRESS. Friday, Id. Established 1882, 
Principles : Neutral. A local paper, with special 
editions for Brixton, Claphara and Streatham. Contains all the 
local and district news, written in a bright interesting style. 
It presents many readable features. 

Published at 429, Brixton Road, S.W. Tele. 45 Brixton. 
Teleg. Free Press, Brixton. 

BROCKLEY AND NEW CROSS BOROUGH NEWS, 
See Lewisham Borough News. 

BROCKLEY NEWS. Friday, Id. 
Unionist.— Established 1880. 
Circulates In Brockley, New Cross, St. John's, Nunhead, 
Honor Oak, Forest Hill, Crofton Park, Hatcham, kc. 

In addition to the local intelligence, a large space is devoted 
to football, athletics, &c. 

Pbopbietoes— South Eastern Press (Lim.), 93, Cranfield 
Road, Brockley, S.E. Tele, New Cross 536. 

OAMBERWELL BOROUGH ADVERTISER Friday, id. 
Independent. — Established 1910. 
Cirsulates in Peckham, Dulwich, Camberwell and Nunhead. 
Contains the local news and advertisements. 

Publisher— H . H. Greaves, 106, Lordship Lane, East 
Dulwich, S.E. Tele. Sydenham 732. 

OAMBERWELL NEWS. Friday, Id. 
Established December 9, 1876. 
One of the South Western Star series. 
Published at 160, Falcon Road, Clapham Junotion, S.W. 

OAMBERWELL AND PECKHAM TIMES, SOUTH 
LONDON OBSERVER. Tuesday and Friday, Id. 

Principles: Neutral,— Established 1868, 

The news of Camberwell and Peokham, Dulwich, Norwood, 
Sydenham, Brixton, Kennington, New Cross, Walworth, 
Southwark, Lambeth, &c., is given in this paper, with a 
selection of general news, extracts, a miscellany, &c. ; and is 
the organ of the religious party in South London, 

Published bv Mansell Bro8.,84, Church St., Camberwell, S.E. 
Tele. Hop 4691", 

OATFORD JOURNAL, Friday, Id. 
Neuteal,— Established 190l, 
Circulates in Catford and Bellingham, 
A reprint of the Lewiaham Journal. (Advt., p. 555.) 

/^HINGFORD GUARDIAN. See Walthamstow Gvardian, 
/^HISWICK EXPRESS. See Aeton and CMsvnck Exprets. 

OHISWICK GAZETTE. 
See Acton and Chiswieh Gazette. 
OHISWICK TIMES, Friday, Id. 
Independent,— Established March, 1895, 
Circulatesin Chiswick, Gunnersbury, Turnham Green, Bedford 
Park, Grove Park, Kew Bridge, Acton, and the neighbourhood. 
The whole of the news of the district is fully reported in the 
Chiiwick Times, and its editorial comments thereon are of an 
impartial nature. 

PEOPBiETORa— F. W. Dimbleby & Sons, 125, High Road, 
Chiswick. Tele. Chiswick 871. 

CLAPHAM AND BALHAM CHRONICLE, Friday, Id. 
Pkinciples: Independent, Established 1881, 
The local journal for Clapham, Balham, Tooting, and 
district. Reports all meetings of local bodies, &;c,, and contains 
the police, social, and sporting items of the neignbourhood. 
It is one of the South Western Star series. 
Published at 160, Falcon Road, Clapham Junction, S.W. 

CLAPHAM OBSERVER, Friday, l<i. Established 1865. 
Pbinciples : Neutral. Itcontainsthe local intelligence of 
Brixton, Clapham, Tooting, Balham, Stockwell, South Lam- 
beth, and the general news. 

Published at 83, High St., Clapham, S.W. Tele. Battersea 
465. Teleg. Clapham Observer. 

CRYSTAL PALACE DISTRICT ADVERTISER. 
Saturday, id. 
Pbinciples : Conservative, — Established 1888, 
Circulates m Sydenhsm, Upper, West and South Norwood, 
Dulwich, Streatham, Anerley, Penge and Crystal Palace district 
generally. Gives the important news of the locality in clear 
and readable form, 
Publiiher—A.. J. Moore,34, Westow St., Upper Norwood, S.E 

DULWICH AND PECKHAM WEEKLY REPORTER. 
Friday id. 
Circulates in Dulwich and districtand gives all the local news. 
Published at 71, Dartmouth Road, Forest Hill, S.E. Tele. 
Sydenham 1054. 

DULWICH POST. Incorporates the Peckham Post, Cain- 
hencell Post and South London Mercury. 
Saturday, Id. Established 1901. 
Circulates over South London generally and contains the 
district news, with miscellaneous matter. 
Published ftt Bftssaoo House, Lordship Lane, S.B. 



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EALING GAZETTE. Saturday. \d. 
Conservative.— Established October Ifl, 1898. 
The news of West Middlesex is fully given by this journal 
and its editorial notes are a feature, 
Pbopbietob— John King. 

EAST END NEWS AND LONDON SHIPPING 
CHRONICLE. Tuesday and Friday, Jd, 

Pbinciples: Independent. Circulates throughout East 
London and in the neighbourhood of the Docks and water- 
fide factories, and contains the local news of the East 
End of London and South Essex at length, a complete list 
of the ships in the various docks, homeward and outward 
bound list of Ijondon vessels, list of vessels lying in river, and 
similar information. 

Published at 44, High St., Poplar, B. Tele. UH Ea«t. 

EAST HAM ECHO, Friday, U. 
Established January, 1895, 
Circulates in East Ham, Little Ilford, Manor Park, Plashet, 
Beckton, North Woolwich, Upton Park, Forest Gate, Barking, 
and other parts of South Essex and the East End of London. 
A reprint of the West Earn and South Essex Mail. 

AST HAM EXPRESS. Wednesday, id. Saturday. Id. 
See Borough of West Ham and Stratford Exjpreti. 

EAST HAM MAIL, Friday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1900. 
Circulates in Upton Park, East Ham, Manor Park, Strat- 
ford, &c. 
A reprint of the West Ham and South Essex Mail. 

EAST HAM RECORDER, Friday, \d. 
Neutral.- Established 1899, 
Circulates in East Ham, Barking, Manor Park, Forest Qate 
and Stratford, 

Proprietobs— iSo«<A Essex Becorders (Lim.), 37, High 
Street North, East Ham, B. 

BAST LONDON ADVERTISER AND TOWER HAM- 
LETS INDEPENDENT. Friday, \d. Established 1865. 
Pbinciples: Independent, In all local questions of the 
Tower Hamlets and the whole of East London and suburbs, it 
is devoted to the interests of the ratepayers. Local news is 
given at full length, and comments thereon form a prominent 

Published by W, A. Locks. 821. Mile End Road. B. Tele. 257 
Eastern. Teleg. Advertiser, Mile End. 

EAST LONDON OBSERVER AND TOWER HAMLETS 
AND BOROUGH OF HACKNEY CHRONICLE. 
Friday, Id. Established 1867. 
This paper devotes its columns to the various occurrences 
of interest in the large and important Parliamentary Divisions 
of East London (Boroughs of Stepney, Poplar, Bethnal Green, 
Shoreditch and Hackney), and the Eastern suburbs, and gives 
imnartial reports of all local meetings, whether political, 
religious, or parochial. 

Published by Scott, Ady & Co., Ltd., 48, Whitechapel Road, B. 
Tele. Central 13713. 

EAST LONDON POST. Friday, Id. 
Established October, 1868. 

Pbinciples : Conservative. The recognised local journal 
for the seven Parliamentary divisions of the Tower Hamlets, 
Bethnal Green, and Hackney; the organ of the Municipal 
Boroughs of Stepney, Poplar, Bethnal Green, and Shoreditch. 

Issues a special edition for Bethnal Green and Shoreditch. 

The Bethnal Oreen News has a reputation locally for the 
accuracy of its news and the fairness of its editorial comments. 
It reports the intelligence of the district thoroughly, 

Propbietobs — East London Publishing Co, (Lim.) 

Published at 16, Mile End Road, B. Tele. East 4071. 

EASTERN MERCURY. Established 1887. 
Tuesdays, \d. 
Principles : Independent. Leyton, Leytonstone, West Ham, 
Bow, Stratford, Forest Gate, East'Ham, Walthamstow, Ching- 
ford, Wanstead, Woodford, Loughton, Epping, Manor Park, 
Ilford, Romford, Barking, Canning Town, .kc. 

Published by J. G. Locks, HighRoad, Leytonstone. Tele. 599 
Wanstead. Teleg. Mercury, Leytonstone. 

FINCHLEY PRESS, MUSWELL HILL MERCURY AND 
HIGHGATE POST. Friday, U. 

Neutral,— Established 1893. 

Circulatesin the three Finchley8,Whet8tone,WoodsidePark, 
Muswell Hill. Oakleigh Park, Friem Barnet and Highgate, 

The Finchley Press is strictly a local paper, and gives all 
the intelligence, meetings, &c,, of the district including local 
football and cricket news. 

Proprietor and Publisher — H, W. Simpson. 

Tele. Finchley 322. 

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FINSBURY WEEKLY NEWS AND CLBRKENWELL 
CHRONICLE. Friday, ^d. Established 1867. 
Principles: Liberal. A thorough local paper for the 
large and populous districts of Clerkenwell, St. Luke's, 
Hoxton, Islington, HoUoway, Barnsbury, &c. FuUy reports all 
local news. , t^ ^ 

Published at 238, Goswell Road, E.G. 

FOREST HILL. SYDENHAM k PENGB EXAMINER. 
Friday, Jd. Established 1895. 
Has a good circulation in the suburbs for which it specially 
caters and gives all the news of the district. 

Published at 71, Dartmouth Road, Forest Hill, S.E. Tele. 
Sydenham 1054. 

FULHAM CHRONICLE AND WEST LONDON ADVER^ 
TISER. Friday, l<f. Established 1887. 
A local and district paper for the large and increasing 
neighbourhood of Fulhani, West Kensinofton, &c. 

PubHshed by C. H. Hall at 474, Fulham Road, Walham 
Green, S.W. Western 2858. 

TnULHAM OBSERVER. Friday 1«^. 
JD- See West London Observer. 

FULHAM TIMES. Friday, ii. 
Established 1903. 
Principles : Conservative. A well got up local paper with 
full reports of all district intelligence, with special articles on 
local subjects. 
Published at 4, Harwood Road, Walham Green, S.W. 

GREENWICH AND DEPTFORD BOROUGH NEWS. 
Friday, Id. 
See Lemsham Borough News, 

HACKNEY AND KINGSLAND GAZETTE. Monday, 
Wednesday, and Friday, \d. Established 1864. 
This paper gives the latest local and general news, 
reports of the Borough Council meetings of Hackney, Shore- 
ditch, Bethnal Green, and Stoke Newington. 

Published by Potter Bros., 440-2, Kingsland Road, and 
Lenthall Works, Kingsland, E. 

HACKNEY AND STOKE NEWINGTON RECORDER. 
Friday, \d. Established 1870. 
A recognised local organ for Stoke Newington, Stamford 
Hill, Hackney, Canonbury, Highbury, Mildmay, Finsburv 
Park, and the surrounding districts. All the local and district 
news appeai;8 in its pages. 
Pubhshed at 81, Church Street, Stoke Newington, N. 

HACKNEl SPECTATOR. Monday and Friday, Jd. 
Independext. Established 1901. 
Circulates in North and North-East London. 
Published at 44, Am hurst Road, Hackney, N.E. Tele. Dais- 
ton 14o3. (Advt. p. 507). 

HAMPSTEAD AND HIGHGATE EXPRESS AND 
HAMPSTEAD GARDEN SUBURB AND GOLDER'S 
GREEN NEWS. Sat..l<f. Established 1860. 
A journal for the large district of North-West London. 
It is exclusively devoted to the interests of the neighbourhoods 
it represents, and gives full reports of all local eveats of any 
importance. 

Published bv Jealous & Co., High Street, Hampstead, N.W. 
Tele. Hampstead 704. 

HAMPSTEAD RECORD. Friday, irf. Estab. Sept., 1889. 
The Record gives full reports of local news. Its com- 
ments are well written and impartial. 

Published by United Metropolitan Press, Ltd., 12, Flask Walk 
Hampstead, N.W. Tele. Hampstead 6813. 

HAMPSTEAD, ST. JOHN'S WOOD AND KILBURN 
ADVERTISER. Thursday, l<f. Established 1880. 
The Advertiser, a local journal for Hampstead. St. John's 
Wood and Kilburn. 

Published by Baines & Scarsbrook, 75, Fairfax Road, South 
Hampstead, N.W. Tele. Hampstead 246, 



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ITHER GREEN JOURNAL. Friday, \d 

Neutral. Established 1901; 

Circulates in Hither Green and Catford. 

A reprint of the Letcieham Journal. (Advt., p. 665.) 



HOLBORN GUARDIAN AND STRAND GAZETTE. 
Friday, ^d. Established 1847. 
Principles: Liberal. The only paper for the impor- 
tant districts of Holborn, Finsbury, Bloomsbury, St. Giles 
Clerkenwell, and the Strand Union, and gives all the 
Borough Council and local news. The Ovardmn is de- 
servedly popular throughout its district by reason of the 
complete and impartial reports it gives of all local events. 
PubHshed at 149, High Holborn, W C 



HOLLOW AY PRESS. Friday, Id. 
Principles : Independent. — Established 1872. 

Circulates in Holloway, Harringay, Islington, Horasey, 
Crouch End, Muswell Hill, Highgate, Wood Green, and the 
surrounding neighbourhood. It gives full reports of the 
proceedings at the local boards, and all the local news. 
Special attention is paid to football, cricket, and all kinds of 
sports. 

Published at 449, Holloway Road. N. Tele. 1554 North. 
Teleg. Press, Holloway. 

HORNSEY AND FINSBURY PARK JOURNAL, AND 
MUSWELL HILL STANDARD. Friday, l^d. 
Established 1879. 
Principles : Conservative. A newspaper for North Mid- 
dlesex and North London. It is exclusively devoted to the 
interests of the districts it represents. 
Published at 36, Crouch Hill, N. Tele. 1552 North. 

INDICATOR. Daily (except Saturdays) id. 
Established 1867. 
Principles : Independent. Contains the local news of 
Paddington, Marylebone, Kilburn, Kensington, Netting Hill, 
and Kensal Town. Full reports of local news are given. 
Published at 299. Harrow Road, W. 

TSLINGTON DAILY GAZETTE AND NORTH LONDON 
J_ TRIBUNE. Daily, 3 a.m., Saturday excepted, id. 
Established 1856. 

Principles: Independent. Its columns are devoted to 
reporting the meetings of public bodies, and other events 
connected with the North of London. 

Published by Wm. Trounce, 10, Gough Square, E.C, ; 
10, High St., Islington, N.. and 63, Seven Sister's Road, N. 
Tele. 5,651 Central. Teleg. Troublous, London. 

ISLINGTON GUARDIAN. Friday, Id. 
JL Liberal. 

Published at 19S, High Street, Camden Town. 

Tele. Hampstead 6843. 

TSLINGTON NEWS AND HORNSEY GAZETTE. 
J_ Friday, Id. Established Oct., 1877. 

Principles : Independent. The Ne7vg gives full reports of 
local meetings and events of interest to these extensive 
parishes. It has earned the reputation of being an excellent 
family newspaper, largely through the able manner in which 
it d«als with all topics or interest in its area. 

Published at 10, Gough Square, E.C, 10, High Street, 
Islington, and 63, Seven Sister's Road, N. Tele. 5651 Central. 
Teleg. Troublous, London. 

KENSINGTON NEWS AND WEST LONDON TIMES. 
Friday, Id. Estab. Jan., 1869. 
Principles: Independent. It seeks in its intelligence to 
represent every class of West End society, without sacrificing 
its Independent views of politics. It is a popular local paper. 
Published l^James Wakeham & Co.,Lim., 118, Church Street 
Kensington, W. Tele. Park 4730. 

KENTISH INDEPENDENT. KENTISH MAIL, WOOL- 
WICH JOURNAL, CHARLTON GAZETTE, GREEN- 
WICH AND DEPTFORD OBSERVER AND CHRONICLE. 

Friday (10 or 12 pages) Id. 

Independent.— Established 1843. 

Circulates extensively in Woolwich, Plumstead, Shooter's 
Hill, Charlton, Eltham, Bexley Heath, Blackheath, Greenwich, 
Deptford, Abbey Wood, Belvedere, Erith and Dartford. 
Throughout Noi-th-West Kent. 

Proprietor— George Neves, Wellington Street, Woolwich. 

Tele. Woolwich 457. 

KENTISH MERCURY. Friday Id. 
Conservative.— Established 1833. 
Circulates throughout the boroughs of Greenwich, Deptford, 
Lewisham, and Woolwich. 

Advocates progressive Conservatism, defends the Church of 
England, upholds the interests of education, morality, and 
social and intellectual progress. 

Proprietors— Merritt & Hatcher (Lim.),6 to 14, Blackheath 
Road. Greenwich, S.E. Tele. Greenwich 1 (2 lines). 

KILBURN TIMES. Friday, Id. Established 1868. 
Principles: Conservative. Gives the local news of Kil- 
burn, Brondesbury, Cricklewood, Willesden, Hampstead, and 
the North-west suburban district. 
Published at 4, Cambridge Avenue, High Road, Kilburn, N.W. 

LEE JOURNAL. Friday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established 1899. 
Circulates in Lee, Blackheath, Burnt Ash and Grove Park. 
Proprietors — Lewisham Newspaper Co., Ltd., 392, High 
Road, Lee, S.E. Tele. Lee Greeu 174. (Advt., p. 655.) 



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LEWISHAM BOROUGH NEWS. Friday, Id. 
Independent. — Established (as the Lewisham Inde- 
pendent) in 1889. 

Circulates in Lewisham and the extensive district by which 
it is surrounded. 

The Borough Newi is a thoroughly good local paper and 
is full of the news of the district. Issues several reprints for 
neighbouring boroughs. 

ViiOPViiKTOha—LewiBham Borough News Printing Co. Ltd.. 
16ti, Hither Oreen Lane, Lewisham. Tele. Lee Qreen 437. 
(Advt. p. 555.) 

LEWISHAM JOURNAL. Friday. Id. 
Neutral.— Established 1902. 
Circulates in Lewisham, Lady well and Brockley. 
Issues special editions for Catford, Hither Green and Lee. 
PfiOPRiBTOKS— The Lewisham Newspaper Co. (Ltd.), 
Lee, S.E. Tele. Loe Green 174. (Advt., p. 655.) 

LEWISHAM, LEE, CATFORD AND HITHER QREEN 
ADVERTISER. Friday, ^d. 
Circulates in a large suburban district with a good residential 
population. 

Published at 71, Dartmouth Road, Forest Hill, S.E. Tele. 
Syilenham 1054. 

LEYTON EXPRESS AND INDEPENDENT. Friday 
evening. Id. 
Independent.— Established 1876. 
Circulates extensirely in the surrounding districts. 
A reprint of the Leytonstone Express and Independent. 

LEYTONSTONE EXPRESS AND INDEPENDENT. 
Saturday, Id. 

Independent.— Established 1876. 

Circulates in the Leyton, Leytonstone, Wanstead, Woodford 
and West Ham district, and in Forest Gate, Walthamstow, 
Snaresbrook, George Lane, and surrounding places. 

Has specially contributed articles reviewing current topics, 
gives full reports of local affairs ; the readable style in which the 
reports and comments are written make it a good commercial 
and family newspaper. 

Issues special editions for Forest Gate, Leyton, Wanstead, 
West Ham and Woodford. 

Publisher — J, Q. Locks, High Road, Leji^nstone. Tele. 
Wanstead 599. 

MARYLEBONE MERCURY AND WEST LONDON 
GAZETTE. Saturday, Id. Established 1857. 
Pbinciplks : Conservative. It is a district paper for the 
parishes of St. Maiylebone, Paddington, St. Pancras, St. George's, 
Hanover Square, St. John's Wood, &c. 

Published at 65, Weymouth Street, Marylebone, W. Tele. 
Willesden 1 188. Teleg : Mercury Office, Marylebone. 

MARYLEBONE RECORD AND WEST LONDON NEWS 
Saturday, Id. 
Principles : Independent. Established 1914. 
Circulates in Marylebone, Paddington, St. John's Wood, and 
West London generally. Is a well-printed and well-arranged 
weekly journal, giving an excellent summary of the local 
district news. 

I\iblisher—J. H. Johnson, 159, Seymour Place, Marylebone 
Road, N.W. Tele. Paddington 2236. 

MARYLEBONE TIMES AND INDEPENDENT. 
Friday, Id. Established 1884. 
A local paper for Marylebone, Paddington, and St. Pancras, and 
contains all the district news. 
Published at 4, Cambridge Avenue, Eilbom, N.W. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY TIMES AND WEST MIDDLE- 
SEX HERALD. Wednesday and Saturday, Id. 
Established 1842. 
Circulates through Ealing, Brentford, Hanwell, Southall, 
Staines, Acton, Chiswick, Shepherd's Bush, Hounslow, &c. 

Proprietors— Middlesex County Times Printing and Pub- 
lishing Company (Ltd.), Ealing, W. 

MITCHAM AND TOOTING MERCURY. Friday, Ad. 
Established 1904. 
A family newspaper for the district of Mitcham and Tooting. 
Publisher — R. J, Hedges. 
Office — 113, High Street, Tooting. Tele. Streatham 1150. 

MUSWELL HILL RECORD. Friday, Id. 
Circulates in Muswell HilL Highgate, Finchley, Horn- 
sey. Crouch End, Wood Green, Southgate and Friern Barnet, 
and gives the local news of these districts. 

Proprietors— W. R. Cummins, Ltd., 18, The Broadway, 
Muswell Hill, N. Tele. Hornsey 395. 

NEW CROSS, BROCKLEY AND DEPTFORD FREE 
PRESS. Friday, id. Established 1900. 
The Free Press circulates in Crofton Park, Brockley, New Cross, 
and Deptford. Gives the local news of the districts named. 

Published at 71, Dartmouth Road, Forest Hill, S.E. Tele. 
Sydenham 1054. 



VrORTH LONDON GUARDIAN. Friday, id. 
J-M Established 1881. 

The local news of Stoke Newington, South Hornsey, Hack- 
ney, Clapton, and North London generally. 

Published at 3, Garnham Street, Stoke Newington, N. 

■VfORTH MIDDLESEX CHRONICLE. Friday, Id. 
i-N Established March, 1868. 

Principles : Liberal. This paper represents the interests of 
the Northern parishes and suburbs of London. 

Published at Swanley St., Islington Green, N. Tele. North 
3794. Teleg. Penfold, Islington. 

I^ORWOOD NEWS. Friday, Id. Established 186*. 

LN Circulates largely in Norwood and the district, and gives 
full reports of local intelligence, with miscellaneous matter 
of general interest. The oldest and largest paper in the 
Norwood district. 

Proprietors— Neves & Biscoe, Ltd., Belvedere Road, Upper 
Norwood, S.E. Tele. Sydenham, 687. 

NORWOOD OBSERVER AND HERNE HILL AND 
DULWICH RECORDER. 

Saturday, Ad. Established 1905. 
Principles : Independent. A four-page journal of brightly 
written local news. 

Published by Proprietors of Brixton Free Press, 429, Brix- 
ton Road., S.W. 

TVrrORWOOD press and DULWICH APVEETISER. 
i-N Saturday, gratis ; Extra copies. Id. 

Neutral.— Established 1882. 

Circulates in Norwood, Dulwich, and the district. 

The local and district news of the neighbourhood Is fully 
and well reported. 

Publiskerg—Trnsloye Sc Bray, Ltd., Knight's Hill, West 
Norwood, S.E. Tele. Streatham 1835. 

AXORWOOD REVIEW& CRYSTAL PALACE REPORTER. 
-LN Saturday, Id. 

Independent,— Established January, 1880. 

Circulates in Norwood and the Crystal Palace district, also 
in Anerley, Dulwich, Sydenham, Thornton Heath, and Tulse 
Hill. 

The Review is a high-class paper, containing well-writtea 
articles of local importance, with full and accurate reports of 
meetings and other local information. 

Proprietor— R. Morgan, 65, Westow Street, Norwood. 
Tele. Sydenham 1253. 

XfORWOOD WEEKLY HERALD. Saturday, id. 
LM Neutral.— Established 1889. 

Circulates in South Norwood. Selhurst, Woodside, Thornton 
Heath, and district, including tne Crystal Palace and its neigh- 
bourhood. 

Contains the local news and advertisements of the large 
district in which it circulates, with a selection of general news. 

Proprietors— Coventry & Son, 25, Station Road, South 
Norwood, S.E. 

\TORWOOD WEEKLY RECORD. Saturday, Jd. 
i-N Established 1903. 

Circulates in Norwood, Anerley, Woodside, Selhurst, Thorn- 
ton Heath, and West Croydon. Contains a selection of local 
news and notes of the week. 

Publishers — Printonia, Ltd., 26, Station Road, South Nor- 
wood, S.E. Tele. Croydon 138. 

PADDINGTON GAZETTE AND WEEKLY REGISTER. 
Saturday, Id. Established December 21, 1895. 
A local paper for Paddington, Bayswater, Maida Vale, West 
Kilburn, Notting Hill, Kensal Green, &c. 

Published at 10, Sutherland Avenue, Harrow Road, W. 
Tele. 1011 Paddington. 

PADDINGTON MERCURY. Friday, \d. Established 1881. 
Principles: Liberal and Progressive. An ably-con- 
ducted paper for this large and populous district of West 
London. 

Proprietors— Salmond & Co., Manor House, Eensal Green, 
N.W. Tele. Willesden 1188. 

PADDINGTON TIMES. Friday, Id. Established 1858. 
Principles : Neutral. Circulates in North and South 
Paddington, Marylebone, and North Kensington ; is the 
recognised organ for Parliamentary, legal, and parochial adver- 
tisements. Gives all local news fully, and an epitome of general 
intelligence. 
Published at 4, Cambridge Avenue, Kilbum, N.W. 

PALMERS [GREEN AND SOUTHGATE GAZETTE. 
Saturday, Id. 
Circulates throughout Palmers Green, Southgate and Winch 
more Hill. The recognised medium for official advertisements 
Proprietors — Meyers, Brooks & Co., Ltd., Enfield, 
Middlesex. Tele. Enfield 170. 



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PKNGE, ANERLEY AND SYDENHAM NEWS. 
Friday. Id. Established 1868. 
Contains full reports of all matters of interest in the Penge 
and Anerley districts. 

Pkoprietobs— Neves & Bisooe, Ltd., Belvedere Rd., Upper 
Norwood, S.E. Tele. Sydenham 687. 

PENGE AND ANERLEY PRESS. Saturday, Ji. 
Neutral,— ISstablished 1883. 
Circulates largely in Anerley, Penge, and district, 
A local news and advertising sheet. 
Publisher — P. B. Beddow, Station Road, Anerley, S.E. 
Tele. Sydenham 490. 

PIONEER. Friday, li. Labour.— Established 1904. 
G-ives full and impartial reports of the news of Woolwich. 
Puhli»her—yf. Barefoot, 3, New Road, Woolwich. Tele. 
Woolwich 262. 

PUTNEY NEWS-LETTER. Alternate Saturdays, W. 
Neutral. Established 1909. 
A smartly conducted journal containing the news of Putney, 
Barnes and Roehampton in a condensed and readable form. 

Proprietor— Percy S. Cleave, 162, High Street, Putney, S.W. 
Tele. Putney 168. 

QUEEN'S PARK ADVERTISER. Thursday, ^d. 
Established 1881. 
Circulates in Queen's Park, Harrow Road, and North 
Paddington. 

Proprietors— Salmond & Co., The Manor House, Kensal 
Green, N.W. Tele. Willesden 1188. 

RICHMOND AND TWICKENHAM TIMES. Saturday, Ijd. 
Independent.- Established May, 1873. 
Circulates in Richmond, East Sheen, St. Margaret's, 
Twickenham, Teddington, Petersham, Brentford, Isleworth, 
Hounslow, Chiswick, Mortlake, Barnes, Kew, &c. 

Proprietors— F. W. Dimbleby & Sons, 14, King Street, 
Richmond. Tele. Richmond 63. 

RICHMOND HERALD. Saturday, \d. 
Conservative.- Established 1885. 
Circulates in Richmond, Kew, Barnes, Mortlake, Petersham, 
Brentford, Twickenham, &c. 
Issues a special edition for Barnes and Mortlake. 
Proprietors— R. W. Simpson and Co. (Lim.), 70, Sheen 
Road, Richmond, Surrey. 

ST. PANCRAS CHRONICLE. Thursday for Friday, \d. 
Established 1899. 
Principles: Liberal. Circulates throughout the Borough 
of St. Pancras, which includes Camden and Kentish Towns, 
Somerstown, Euston, Regents Park, Gospel Oak, Chalk Farm, 
Tufnell Park, and Highgate. 

Published at 198, High Street, Camden Town, N.W. Tele. 
Hampstead 6843. 

ST. PANCRAS GAZETTE. Friday, \d. Established 1866. 
The registered local organ for official announcements 
of the London County Council, the Licensing Magistrates, 
Metropolitan Police, and other Public Bodies in St. Pancras. 
Published by R. & J. Widdicombo, 80, High St., Camden 
Town, N.W. Tele. Mayfair 2188. 

ST. PANCRAS GUARDIAN AND CAMDEN AND KENT- 
ISH TOWN REPORTER. Friday, Id. Established 1857. 
Principles: Independent. This paper circulates in all the 
districts of St. Pancras, Kentish Town, and Holborn,and in the 
Northern suburbs of London, and gives the whole of the news 
in an excellent and well-arranged style, thoroughly adapted 
for family reading. 

Published at 4, Cambridge Avenue, Kilburn, and 59, 
Camden Road, N. 

SHOREDITCH OBSERVER, HACKNEY EXPRESS AND 
BETHNAL GREEN CHRONICLE. Saturday Id. 
Established Jan., 1857. 

Is essentially a Municipal and family journal, circulating in 
the Boroughs of Hackney, Shoreditch, Bethnal Green, Ishng- 
ton, Finsbury, and the neighbourhood. 
NOTE. — This paper is suspended during the War. 
Published at 2, Mitre Court, Fleet Street, E.C. 

SOUTH EASTERN HERALD. Friday, Jrf. 
Conservative.— Established May, 1882. 
Circulates in Greenwich, Deptford, Westcombe Park, Charl- 
ton, Brockley, New Cross, Blackheath, Lewisham, Peckham. 
Old Kent Road, Rotherhithe, and the district. 

The Herald is devoted to local and district news, of which 
it gives a large selection. 

Proprietors— South Eastern Press (Ltd.), 139, Greenwich 
Road, S.E. Tele. Greenwich 1463. 



SOUTH LONDON OBSERVER, CAMBERWELL AND 
PECKHAM TIMES. Tuesday and Friday, Id. 
Established 1868. 
Principles : Neutral. Contains the news of Camberwell 
and of South London generally. 
Published at 84, Church St., Camberwell, S.E. 

SOUTH LONDON PRESS. Friday, Id. 
Established 1865. 
This paper includes all the features of the modern local 
newspaper. The whole of the local news of the great district 
of South London is given, with leading articles, &c. The 
South London Press well maintains its ever-popular position 
throughout South London. 

Proprietors — South London Press, Ltd., 70-74, London 
Road, Elephant and Castle, S.E. Tele. Hop. 2662. 

SOUTH WESTERN STAR. Friday, IJd. Established 1877. 
Principles : Independent. Reports fully all local 
councils, boards, meetings and institutions of Battersea, Clap- 
ham Junction, Wandsworth, &c., irrespective of party, and 
contains full accounts of the law, police, sports, pastimes, &c. 
Published at 160, Falcon Road, Clapham Junction, S.W. 

SOUTHWARK AND BERMONDSEY RECORDER AND 
SOUTH LONDON GAZETTE. Friday, Id. Estab. 1868. 
Principles: Neutral. Contains the local news of the 
Boroughs of South wark, Bermondsey, Rotherhithe, Deptfoid 
and adjoining districts. 

Published at35, Dockhead, Tooley St., S.E. Tele. Hop 894. 

STRATFORD EXPRESS. Wednesday, \d. Saturday, Id. 
See Borovgh of West Ham, East Ham and Stratford 
Express. 

STREATHAM NEWS AND BOROUGH OP WANDS- 
WORTH CHRONICLE. Friday, Id. 
The recognised leading paper in Streatham, Wandsworth, 
and the neighbourhood. Full reports are given of all 
important events. 

Proprietors— Neves & Biscoe, Ltd., 1, Gleneldon Road, 
Streatham, S.W. Tele. Streatham 475. 

SYDENHAM AND FOREST HILL BOROUGH NEWS. 
See Lewisham Borough News. 

SYDENHAM, FOREST HILL, AND PENGE GAZETTE. 
Friday, Id. Neutral.— Established November 9, 1872. 
Circulates in Sydenham, Forest Hill, Penge, Anerley, Nor- 
wood, Brockley, Lewisham, Catford Bridge, Dulwich, &c. 

Proprietors : Lewisham Newspaper Company, Ltd., 6, 
High Street, Sydenham, S.E. Tele, Sydenham 375. (Advt., 
p. 556.) 

SYDENHAM REVIEW AND CRYSTAL PALACE RE- 
PORTER. Saturday, Id. 
One of the Norwood Review Series. 

Publisher — R. Morgan, 65, Westow St;, Norwood. Tele. 
Sydenham 1253. 

THAMES VALLEY TIMES. Wednesday, id. 
Independent.— Established July, 1885. 
It is entirely devoted to local news, which is fully and care- 
fully reported. Circulates between Richmond and Shepperton. 
Proprietors— F. W. Dimbleby & Sons, 14, King Street, 
Richmond, S.W. Tele. Richmond 63. 

TOOTING AND BALHAM GAZETTE. Friday, Id. 
Contains all the week's news of Tooting & Balham district. 
Published at 130, High Street, Tooting, S.W. Tele. 
Streatham 119. 

TOTTENHAM AND EDMONTON HERALD, AND NORTH 
MIDDLESEX ADVERTISER. Friday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established 1861. 

Circulates in Tottenham, Edmonton, Enfield, Stoke Newing- 

ton, Waltham Abbey, Hornsey, Southgate, Wood Green, 

Winchmore Hill, Stamford Hill, and North Middlesex generally. 

Gives full reports of events of interest connected with the 

whole of North Middlesex. 

Proprietors— Crusha & Son. 

nf^OTTENHAM, EDMONTON, AND WOOD GREEN 
i. WEDNESDAY HERALD. Tuesday afternoon, id. 

Circulates in Tottenham, Stamford Hill, Edmonton, West 
Green, Wood Green, Enfield, Stoke Newington, Clapton, &c. 

Devotes its columns to local and general news, and to the 
support of every measure likely to advance the interests of the 
districts througn which it circulates. 

NOTE. — This paper is suspended during the, War. 

Proprietors— Crusha & Son. 



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WI CKENHAM HERALD. See Richmond Herald. 



WALTHAMSTOW AND LEYTON WEEKLY HERALD. 
Friday, Id. Established 1911. 
Carries the local news of this large and poi)ulou8 district. 
Published at 396a, Hoe Street, Walthamstow, N.E. 



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WALTHAMSTOW EXPRESS. Saturday, Id. 
See Borough of West Ham, East Ham and Stratford 
Exprest. 

WALTHAMSTOW, LEYTON, EPPING FOREST DIS- 
TRICT, AND CHINGFORD GUARDIAN. Friday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established 1870. 

Circulates in Walthamstow, Leyton, Leytonstone, Wanstead, 
Woodford, Chingford, Tottenham, Clapton, Hackney, and 
Stratford. Gives the local intelligence and fully reports all 
subjects of local interest. 

Proprietors — Walthamatorv and Leyton Guardian News- 
paper Co., Ltd., 209, Hoe St., Walthamstow. (Advt., p. 556.) 

WANDSWORTH BOROUGH NEWS. Friday, l(i. 
Conservative.— Established 1884. 
Circulates in Wandsworth, Putney, Roehampton, Wimbledon 
Park, Earlsfleld, Clapham, Balham, Tooting, and Streatham, 
which are comprised in the borough. The Newt is a well- 
edited local paper, containing all the news of the district. 
Published at 83, East Hill, Wandsworth, S.W. 
Tele. Battersea 342. 

WANSTEAD EXPRESS AND INDEPENDENT. 
Friday, Id. 
Circulates in the Wanstead, Woodford, Snaresbrook, George 
Lane and West Ham district, and in Forest Gate, Walthamstow, 
and surrounding places. 
A reprint of tie Leytonstone Exprtst and Inde'pendent. 

WEST HAM AND SOUTH ESSEX MAIL. Friday, \d. 
Independent.— Established October, 1899. 
Circulates in the Parliamentary divisions of West Ham 
Northj West Ham South, and the Walthamstow and Rom- 
ford divisions of Essex. 
Issues separate editions for East Ham and Barking. 
O^oe—Sla, High Street North, East Ham. 

WEST HAM EXPRESS AND INDEPENDENT. 
Saturday, Id. 
A reprint of the Leytonstone Express and Independent. 

WEST KENT ARGUS. Friday, id. 
Conservative.— Established 1894. 
It reports fully all local events, and is noted for its 
originality and earliest sources of information. 

Proprietors -South Eastern Press (Ltd.), 139, Greenwich 
Road, S.E. Tele. Greenwich 1453. 

WEST LONDON OBSERVER. Friday. Id. 
Principles : Independent. Established 1855. 
A local newspaper for Fulham, Walham Green, and West 
Kensington. It contains the fullest local and district news. 

Published at 16, Queen Street, Hammersmith, W. Fulham 
Office : Observer House, Broadway, Walham Green, S.W. 
Tele. Hammersmith 1451. Teleg. Observer, Hammersmith. 

WEST LONDON POST. Incorporate! the Shepherd's 
Bush and Hammersmith Gazette and West London Neics. 
Fridays. Id. Established 19<J9. 
Circulates in Hammersmith, Shepherd's Bush, and West 
London generally. 

Gives the local news of the week, serial and fashion articles, 
and a selection of general news. 

Publishers — Suburban Newspapers Ltd., 9-11, High Street, 
Acton, W. 

WEST LONDON PRESS AND CHELSEA NEWS. 
Friday, Id. 
Incorporating The Chelsea Mail. 
Principles : Independent. Established 1857. 
Publishedby Charles .T.Corkran, 123a, King'sRd.,Chelsea,S.W. 
Tele. Western 2857. 

EST LONDON REPORTER. Friday, Id. 
Principles: Conservative. Established 1879. 
PubUahed at 204, Hammersmith Road, W. 

WESTMINSTER EXPRESS. Friday, Id. 
Established 1904. 
Published at 190, Ebury Street, Westminster. 

WESTMINSTER MAIL. Saturday, Id. 
Principles : Conservative. Established 1900. 
This paper circulates throughout the Citv of Westminster. 
Published at 66, Weymouth Street, W. Tele. Willesden 1188. 

WESTMINSTER AND PIMLICO NEWS. Friday, Id. 
Established as the Chelsea News in 1857. 
Published at 42, Tachbrook Road, Pimlico, S.W. 
Tele : Western 2857. 

WILLESDEN CALL. Friday, Jd. 

Socialist. Established 1913. 
Devoted to the interests of the local Labour and Socialist 
party. 

Publishers— Willesden Labour Press, Ltd., 236, High Road, 
Kilburn. Tele. Hampstead 1952. 



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WILLESDEN CHRONICLE AND HERALD. Friday 
Id. Established 1877. 

Conservative. Circulates extensively in Willesden, Har- 
lesden, Stonebridge, Willesden Green, Brondesbury, Kensal 
Green, Cricklewood, Neasden, &c. 

It contains all the news of these localities, with full reports 
of the proceedings of the various administrative bodies, and of 
all public meetings. 

Office — 4, Cambridge Avenue, Kilburn, N.W., and 66, High 
Rd., Willesden Green. 

WILLESDEN CITIZEN. Friday, id. 
Liberal and Phooressive— Established 1903. 
Circulating in Harlesden, Willesden Green, Kilburn, Crickle- 
wood, Brondesbui^, Kensal Rise, Stonebridge, &c. 

The Citizen is a bright, eight-page journal. It gives all the 
municipal, religious, social, and other local news, and is smartly 
edited. 

Proprietors— Salmond & Co., Manor House, Kensal 
Green, N.W. Tele. Willesden 1188. 

WIMBLEDON BORO' NEWS. Saturday, Id. 
Liberal.— Established September, 1894. 
Circulates in Wimbledon and district. 

The news of the town and neighbourhood is fully given. 
Special attention is paid to outdoor sports and athletio news of 
all kinds. 
Pboprietobs— W. H. Stoakley Sc Co. 

WIMBLEDON AND DISTRICT GAZETTE. Friday, Jd. 
Independent.- Established 1892. 
Circulates in Wimbledon and the South-Western district. 
The Gazette is a good eight-page paper, full of local and 
district news. 
Proprietors — Traders' Press, Ltd. 

WIMBLEDON AND MERTON MERCURY. 
See Mitoham and Tooting Mercury. 

^TTIMBLEDON HERALD. Friday, Id. 

VV Conservative.— Established 1878. 

Circulates in the Wimbledon parliamentary division. 

A local newspaper for the district, containing also a seleotion 
of general news. 

Proprietors— W, Pile (Lim.). 

WIMBLEDON NEWS-LETTER. Alternate Saturdays, Id. 
Neutral— Established 1912. 
Contains the news of Wimbledon and district in an abbre- 
viated form, together with special articles of local interest. 
Proprietor— Percy S. Cleave, 162, High St., Putney, S.W. 

WOODFORD ADVERTISER. Saturday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1906. 
Circulates throughout the Epping Forest parishes. 
Proprietor— M. Hickman, 1, St. Thomas' Terrace. May- 
bank Road, South Woodford. 

WOODFORD EXPRESS AND INDEPENDENT. 
Saturday, Id. 
A reprint of the Leytonstone Express and Independents 

WOODFORD TIMES. Friday, Id. 
Independent.— Established April, 1867. 
Gives the local news of Woodford, Buckhurst Hill, Loughton, 
Chingford, Chigwell, Wanstead and the Epping Forest district 
generally. 
Pbopbietob — C. 8. Jones. 

WOOD GREEN SENTINEL. Friday, jd. 
Established 1895. 
" A pleasant newspaper, entirely local^' 
Published at 87, Trinity Road, Wood Green, N. 

WOOD GREEN WEEKLY HERALD. Friday, Id. 
Independent. Gives full reports of local events. 
One of the Tottenham and Edtnonton Herald series. 
Proprietors— Crusha & Son. 



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OOLWIOH GAZETTE. (See 
Woolwich Gazette, Plumstead.) 



Plumstead News and 



WOOLWICH HERALD. Friday, \d. 
Unionist.— Established 1882. . 

The Herald devotes its whole space to local news. Claims 
the largest circulation among the employees in the Royal 
Arsenal, and to be "the most interesting local paper. 

Pbopbietors— South Eastern Press (.Lim.), 6, Wellington 
Street, Woolwioh, S.E. Tele. Woolwich 602. 



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Bristol Times 6 Mirror. 

THE LEADING MORNINQ PAPER OF THE WEST OF ENGLAND. 



Head Office— ST. STEPHEN ST., BRISTOL. London Office-185, FLEET ST. 
Bath Office— 15, NORTHUMBERLAND PLACE. 

Proprietors—TIMES AND MIRROR, LIMITED. 



THE BRISTOL TIMES AND MIRROR as an Advertising medium in the West of England 
cannot be excelled. Its circulation is influential and constantly increasing. It is the recognised medium 
for the insertion of Government, Corporation, School Board Notices, Legal Announcements, Auctions, 
Prospectuses, and County OflBcial Advertisements. 

The Saturday Edition of THE BRISTOL TIMES AND MIRROR is not only one of the largest 
papers in the country — 24 pages, 168 columns — but is also one of the most influential, covering a large 
and populous district, in which it has won a reputation as a high-class Newspaper and Magazine 
combined. 

It is the Recognized Unionist Paper for tiie West of England. 

Evening Times 6 Echo. 

Circulation more than three times that of any other Evening Taper in the West of England, 



The Sports Times, published on Saturdays from the same office, reports fully all fixtures in the West of England. 



SCALE OF CHARGES FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Bristol Times and Mirror. 



One Shilling per Line. 

Public Company Prospectuses, Imperial and Municipal Loans, 
Government Notices, Parliamentary Notices and Election 
Advertisements, Bankruptcy Notices. 



Ninepence per Line. 

OfiBcial and Election Advertisements i elating to County, Borough, 
District and Parish Councils, School Boards and Poor Law 
Unions, Public Company Notices, Legal, Licensing Notices, 
Public Apologies, Cautious, &c. Railway Excursions, 7d. 

Sixpence per Line (minimum 3/6). 

Auctions, Public Meetings, Bank and Insurance Reports, Sporting 
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TOWNS WHERE PDBLI8HBD ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED. 



ABE nClLm-X.— (Monmouthshire.) 

Abercam ti a small town about 10 milei from Newport. Kzteniive collieries 
and coke work! are in the ricinity. Population (1811) 16,44$. Paper for tin 
di*trict~- 

ABBRCARN AND RISCA WEEKLY ARGUS. 
Friday, Id. 
A looslised edition of the South Wales Weekly Argus, 
Newport. (Advt., p. 875.) 

A. B B R OJLnB,—( Glamorganshire.) 

This 18 a large and populous parish in the county ; the Inhabitants being en- 
gaged ID mining and agriculture. There are collieries, tinworks, and 
brickworks at Aberdare. Population (1»11) 80,844.— Paj»«r« for the 
diatriet— 

ABBRD^RE AND MOUNTAIN ASH EXPRESS.'. 
Saturday, Id. 
Liberal.— Established 1864. 

Circulates in the Aberdare Valley from Hirwain to Abercynon, 
A localized edition of the Merthyr Express. (Advt., p. 670.) 

ABERDARE POST. Wednesday afternoon, id. 
Liberal.— Established 1906. 
The Post devotes its space wholly to local news and com- 
ments, and gives full and impartial reports. 

Peoprietors— Davies Brothers. 

ABERDARE LEADER. Thursday, Id. 
Independent. Established 1861. 
Circulates throughout the Aberdare and Mountain Ash 
districts, also Glyn Neath and Pontypridd. 

Phopbibtobs— Pugh and Rowlands. 

DARIAN (The Shield). Tuesday, id. 
Radical.— Established 1875. 
Circulates in South Wales and Monmouthshire. 
The only undenominational paper in South Wales, printed 
in Welsh. 
Pbopbiktohs— Tarian Printing k Publishing Co., Ltd. 

OUNTAIN ASH- POST. Thursday, \d. 

A reprint of the Aberdare Post with special local news 

for the Mountain Ash district. 

Propbibtobs— Daviea Brothers. 
A. B E R« A VEIV M Y — {Monmouthshire.^ 

Abergavenny is a flourishing and rapidly-increasing town. Its markets 
which are among the most impunant in Monmouthshire and the 
Priacipality, ara the business resort ol the population of an extensive 
mining district, and the agriculturists of Monmouthshire, Hereford 
shire, and Breconshire. Population (1911) 8,511.— Pop«r (or the district — 

ABERGAVENNY CHRONICLE. Friday, Id. 
Neutral.- Established August, 1871. 
The only paper printed in Abergavenny. 
It is the paper for a large agricultural, manufacturing, and 
mining district, embracing a vast population. 
PaoPBiETOBS— M. Morgan & Co. 

A.BE»GKljWi,— {Denbighshire.) 

A market-town and sea-bathing place, with a population, including Pensarn 
of (1911) 3,121. -Papers for the district— 

ABERGELE AND PENSARN TIMES AND VISITORS' 
RECORD. Saturday, i<f. 
Non-Political, Unsectabian. 

Circulating in Abergele and Pensarn, Llanddulas, St. George, 
Towyn, Llanfairtalhaiarn, Llansannan, Bettws, Dolwen, Rhyd- 
y-Foel, Bodelwyddan, &c. 

Proprietors— Egerton Leigh & Co. 

A BERGELE AND PENSARN VISITOR. Friday, Jd. 
XA> Neutbal.— Established 1856. 

Circulates in Abergele, Pensarn. Rhil, Colwyn Bay, Llan- 
ddulas, Llysfaen, Llanfair T.H., Llangernyw, Llannefydd, St. 
George, Towyn, Bettws, Rhydyfoel, and the neighbourhood. 

Proprietors— Roberts Bros. 



A BERGELE AND NORTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS. 
£\. See Aortti Wales Weekly Newt, Oonway. 

A. BE BTIM^BBir.— (i/onwow<A«Atre.) 

lA large and rapidly-increasing town, surrounded by a large nnmber of coal 
mines,tln-plate works, jcc. Population (1911) 3S ,423.— Papera for the distriei— 

ABERTILLERY WEEKLY ARGUS. Friday, Id. 
Liberal.- Established 1899. 
A localised edition of the South Wales Weekly Argus^ 
Newport. (Advt., p. 575. ) 

SOUTH WALES GAZETTE. Friday, Id. 
Liberal.— Established 1888. 
Circulates in Abertillery, Newport, the Western and Eastern 
Valleys, Ebbw Vale, Brynmawr, &c. 

Is entirely devoted to the interests of the large mining district 
in which it circulates, and gives fully all the local news. 
Pbopbibtobs— The South Wales Gazette, Ltd. (Advt., p. 676.) 

A.BEKirSTlfrYTII.— (CardtyaniAire.) 

Is situated at the mouth of the Rhoidol, and possesses a coasting trade. Is 
in the neighbourhood of a large mining district, and is much frequented 
as a watering-place. Aberystwyth is the seat of one of the three con- 
stituent colleges of the UniTersity of Wales, and the National Library of 
Wales is situated here. Population (I9li; 8,4U.— Papers for the district— 

ABERYSTWYTH DESPATCH, DIRECTORY, AND CAR- 
DIGAN BAY VISITOR. Tuesday, Id. 

Neutbal.— Established 1887. 

Circulates in Cardigan Bay, Pwllheli, Criccieth, Dolgelley, 
Barmouth, Towyn, Aberdovey, Aberystwyth, and district. 

Contains the news of all the West Wales resorts with full 
lists of visitors. 

Publishers— Cambrian News (Aberystwyth), Ltd. 

CAMBRIAN NEWS, MERIONETHSHIRE STANDARD 
AND WELSH FARMERS' GAZETTE. Friday, Id, 
Independent.— Established 1860. 

Circulates throughout Cardiganshire, Merionethshire, Car- 
narvonshire, Montgomeryshire and North and South Wales 
generally. 
In make-up and style it is thoroughly up-to-date. 
Publishers — Cambrian News (Aberystwyth) Ltd. 

TTTELSH GAZETTE. Thursday, Id. 
VV Liberal.— Established April, 1899. 
Circulates in Aberystwyth and the counties of Cardigan, 
Carmarthen, Merioneth, and Montgomery. 
Pbopbietob— George Rees. 

JLWtT'XG'DO^,— (^Berkshire.) 

A. large market-town on the lsis,68 miles from London, with a popnlatlon 
of (1911) 8,810 inhabitants.— Paper for the district— 

I^ORTH BERKS HERALD, with which is incorporated 
IN the Abingdon Herald. Friday, Id. 

Independent. — Established July, 1867. 

Circulates chiefly m Abingdon, Didcot, Wantage, Walling- 
ford, and the villages in North Berks. 

The Herald contains all the news of North Berks «ind 
South Oxon. The agricultural intelligence is made a special 
feature. 

PuUisher^'EL. G. Loosley. 

LCCmWOTOTf.— (LancaiAtre.) 

Accrlngtnn, the centre of a parliamentary division, is the market town 
for, and commercial centre of a very important district, It has long 
been noted forits extensive calico printing establishments, and of late 
years the cotton manufacture and the machine-making industry have 
been extended with great rapidity. Bleaching and iron-founding are 
carried on. Population (1911 48.0JI.— Papers A>rtA« district — 

ACCRINGTON ADVERTISER AND NORTHERN 
MORNING NEWS. Tuesday Jd. and Friday, Id. 
Independent. — Established 1889. 
Circulates in Accrington and East Lancashire. 
Reports the news of the district with the general intelligencev 
financial news, tales, miscellaneous, &c. 
Publisher— S. M. Holden. 



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ACCRINGTON DIVISION GAZETTE. Saturday, Irf. 
Conservative, — Established January, 1881. 
Circulates in Accrington, Church, Oswaldtwistle, Haslingden, 
Baxenden, Clayton-le-Moors, Harwood, Padiham, Sec. 

Local events are fully reported, and its special articles, of 
which there are several each week, are new, popular, and 
widely read. Issues a special edition for Haslingden. 
Pbopkietobs — Accrington Gazette Co. (Lim.). 

ACCRINGTON OBSERVER AND TIMES. Tuesday ^d. 
(6 pages) and Saturday (12 pages) Id. 
Established 1866. 

Circulates in the Accrington, Rossendale, Darwen, and 
Clitheroe parliamentary divisions. 

Editions for Haslingden, Oswaldtwistle, Harwood, Clayton, 
and Rishton are also published. 

Puhlithers — Accrington Observer 4' Timet, Ltd. 

London Office, 92, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. City 2156. 
(Advt., p. 612.) 



AI^CESTER.— ( Warwickshire.) 

A market-town, chiefly employed in tlie manufacture of needles, which 
bs8 been its staple trade for more than lOO years past. Ashing tackle, 
cycles and cycle accessories. Excellent stork sales held bere on 
alternate Wednesdays. It is 15 miles south-west of Warwick. Corn 
market on Weaaesday. Population (1911) 1, Sli. -Paper for the district— 

ALCESTER CHRONICLE. Saturday, Id. 
Neutbal,— Established April 4, 1864, 
Circulates in Alcester and adjacent towns and villages in 
Warwickshire, Worcestershire, and Gloucestershire. 
A localised Edition of the Redditch Indicator. 



AliDBBUUCJH-OW-SEA,— (.S'M/fo^^fc.) 

Seaside golf, yachting and fishing resort, with a population of (1911) 2,374.— 
I'aptrt for the diitritt— 

ALDEBURGH POST, LEISTON AND SAXMUNDHAM 
AND THORPENESS NEWS. Friday, Id. 
Neutral. Established 1909. 

Circulates in Aldeburgh, Leiston and Saxmundham and the 
district generally. 

NOTE. — This paper is suspended duHng the war. 
Propbietobs— The Fielding Publishing Co., Ltd. 



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UFFOLK SEA COAST TIMES, Saturday, Jd. 
See Lowestoft. 



AI<I»BItSIIOT.— ( f/am;>«/u>c. ) 

A town of great importance from the magnitude of the permanent Barracks 
and Camps. This has attracted so many tradesmen and others to the 
town that the Tillage of a few years since has grown into a flourishing 
town. The neighbourhood is agricultural. Population (1911) 43,000.— 
Papert tor the district— 

ALDERSHOT NEWS. Friday. Id. 
Independent.— Established 1894. 
Circulates in Aldershot and all militarv stations at home and 
abroad, as well as extensively amongst the civil population of 
North Hants, Surrey, and Berkshire. 
All news of the town and camp fully reported. 
Pbopbietobs— Gale & Polden (Lim.). 

ALDERSHOT GAZETTE AND MILITARY NEWS. 
Thursday Id. 
Conservative.— Established 1859. 

Circulates amongst the officers and soldiers in the camp, and 
in almost every station of the British army. 

It contains a selection of jcrvice news, and gives full re- 
ports of all military movements in the camp, with the local 
and district news. 

Proprietobs— Wm. May & Co., Ltd. 



AliFORD.— ( Lineolnskire.) ] 

A market town with a population (1911) 2,394. It has a free grammar 
school.— Poper /or £k« dutriet— 

ALFORD, SPILSBY, AND HORNCASTLE GAZETTE. 
Saturday, Id. 
Circulates extensively throughout East Lincolnshire, and 

fives lengthy reports of the news of that part of the country, 
t is an ably conducted and popular paper. 

Proprietobs — Lincolnshire Publishing Co. (Lim,). 

Condon Office— lib, Fleet Street, E,C. Tele. Central 2626. 



AIiFItETOIf.— (Z)er%«Atre.) 

A prosperous market-town; population (1911)19,049; is the centre of an 
extensive mining district.— Paper/or fAeJistrtct— 

ALFRETON AND BELPER JOURNAL AND MID- 
DERBYSHIRE RECORD. Friday, l<i. 

Established January, 1870. 

Circulates in Mid-I)erbyshire, the Ilkeston, Chesterfield, 
and the Mansfield Divisions, and mining district of Erewash 
Valley. It contains, besides local news, articles of literary 
interest. 

Pbopbietoes — Hobson & Son, Ltd. 

London Office— 2, Copthall Buildings, B.C. Tele. Wall 4984. 
(Advt., p, 5)7.) 

A.ljliyg¥lCti.,—{ Northumberland.) 

lean ancient borough and market-town on the Aln, SBrailesfrom Newcastle 
and has a large trade in corn, cattle, brewing and fishing tackle. Popula- 
tion (1911)7,041.— Papers /or the district— 

ALNWICK AND COUNTY GAZETTE AND ALNWICK 
MERCURY. Saturday, Id. 

Unionist.— Established 1854. 

Circulates in Alnwick and throughout the County of North- 
umberland. 

Gives news of the week of the whole county and deals fully 
with all local matters. 

Publisher — Geo. D. Glass. 

London Office— 185, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Central 671/5. 
(Advt., p. 667.) 

ALNWICK GUARDIAN AND COUNTY ADVERTISER. 
Saturday, Id. 
Liberal.— Established 1885. 
Circulates in Alnwick, and the county. 
The Ghiardian is full of local and district news. 
Publisher — James C, Grant, 

A.Ij'rO^.— {Hampshire.) 

Is a thriving town, of (1911) 5 ,Sf» inhabitants, the centre of a hop-growing 
and agricultural district, and noted for its nles, situate about midway 
between Guildford and Winchester. Is a favourite health resort— Papers 
for the district— 

ALTON MAIL. Saturday Id, 
Independent. Established 1899. 
Circulates in Alton and District. 
Full reports of all local and district news are given. 
Publiiher — E. W. Langham. 

HAMPSHIRE HERALD, ALTON GAZETTE, AND 
NORTH AND EAST HANTS ADVERTISER. 
Saturday, \d. 
Consebvative.— Established 1885. 
Circulates in Alton and the County. 

Supports the Conservative party. Gives the County and 
local news fully, with a selection of general intelligence and 
agricultural news. 
PB0PRIET0B&— "Warren & Son, Ltd. 

AliTmWCHAIW,— (CAe»At«.) 

A town with a population of (1911) 17,816. Population of the Parliamentary 
Division, 102,13J.—Paptr»/or tA« district— 

ALTRINCHAM, BOWDON AND HALE GUARDIAN 
Tuesday and Friday, Id. 

Neutral.— Established 1862. 

Circulates in Altrincham, Bowdon, and the neighbourhood. 
Gives the local and general news very fully. The family paper 
of the district. 

Proprietors— Mackie & Co. (Ltd.), 71, George Street, 
Altrincham. 

London Office— 173, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. City 7662. 
(Advt., p. 512.) 

ALTRINCHAM DIVISION ADVERTISER AND LYMM 
AND SALE GAZETTE. Friday, Id. 
Conservative,- Established 1880. 
Circulates through Cheshire and the adjoining counties. 
Contains all the local and general news. 
Proprietors— Swain & Co. (Ltd.). (Advt., p. 576.) 

A9I«IiKSI]>K.-( Westmorland.) 

An ancient market-town and centre for visitors to the Engliih lakei. Popu- 
lation (ISll) 2,6ia.— Paper tor the di.;triet— 

LAKES HERALD. Friday, Id. 
Independent.— Established April 27, 1880. 
Circulates in Ambleside and throughout the Lake district. 
The Herald contains full and reliable reports of district local 
newn. 

NOTE. — Thit paper is suspended during the wa7: 
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A.M.'SKATiVOn'O.— (Carmarthenshire.) 

A ownonthe G.W. Railway, Hi >nil.!8 north of Sw.inaea. Population 7,005; 
district 30,000.— faper /or the district — 

AMMAN VALLEY CHRONICLE AND EAST CARMAR 
THEN NEWS. Thursday, Id. 
Established 1913. 

Circulates in Ammanford, Bettws, Llandebie, Cwmamraan, 
Brynamman, Qwaun-cae-gurwen, Llandilo, Llangadock, Llan- 
dovery, Cross Hands, Pontardulais and adjacent distruta. 
Gives the news of the district in Welsh and English. 
Publishers— G wily in Vaughan, Ltd. (Advt. p. 657.) 

A.HPTlIIIili.— ( Bedfordshire.) 

A market-town, with a population of (1911) 9,270; 7 miles from Bedford.— 
Paper/or the dittriet— 

AMPTHILL AND DISTRICT NEWS. Friday, Jrf. 
Neutral,— Established 1891. 
The onlj[ local paper for Ampthill and the district. 
The entire news of Ampthill and district is given in the 
Ifems, and a good selection of general intelligence. It is one of 
the Bedford Record series. 
Proprietors— Beds. Times Publishing Co., Ltd. Bedford. 
London Offtce—llb, Fleet Street, B.C. Tele. Central 2626. 
(Advt., p. 558.) 

JL^ now KW,— {Hampshire.) 

Ins municipal borough, and an important agricultural town, standing in an 
extensive parish of the same name. Population (1911) 7,698.— Papers for 
the district— 

ANDOVER ADVERTISER AND NORTH-WEST HANTS 
GAZETTE. Friday, Id. 

Independent.— Established 1857. 

Circulates in Andover, Romsey, Tidworth Garrison, Ludgers- 
hall, Sfockbridge, Whitchurch, and their districts. 

Advocates the agricultural interest. Contains full and care- 
ful reports of local and district news, special pains being taken 
to ensure accuracy and impartiality ; the articles on topics 
of general and local interest are well- written and indepen- 
dent in tone. 

Proprietobs— Holmes & Sons. (Advt., p. 557.) 

WILTS, BERKS, AND HANTS COUNTY PAPER. 
Saturday, Id. Incorporates the Andover limea. 
A localised edition of Wilts, Berks and Hants County Paper. 
See under Malborough. 

(APMiKB Y.— ( Westmorland.) 

The county town, with a population of (1911) 1,736.— Paper for thedistrict. 

APPLEBY AND KIRKBY STEPHEN HERALD. 
See Penrith Herald. 

A-WMIiE IT.— ( ForAaAtre.) 

A thriving township with a population of about 20,000— the population of 
the district numbering over 200,000.— Paper/or the district— 

ARMLEY AND WORTLEY NEWS. Friday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established 1889. 
( Circulates in the townships of Armley, Wortley, Holbeck, 
?5irkstall, Burley, Woodhouse, Headingley, Hunslet, Farnley, 
1 inimley, Stanningley, Leeds, and district. 
I Gives all the local and district news, and a selection of 
: ;eneral intelligence, cricket and football notes, &c 
Proprietors— Birdsall & Co. 



L It Cmr DEIi.— (5u««ex.) 

Is a municipal borough, and a market-town on the Arun. Its chief impor- 
tance is derived from its proximity to Arundel Castle, the seat of the 
Duke of Norfolk.— Population (1911) 3,842.— Paper /or the district— 

rXTEST SUSSEX GAZETTE AND SOUTH OF ENGLAND 
W ADVERTISER. Thursday, Id. 

Neutral.- Established June, 1853. 

Circulates very largely throughout the counties of Sussex, 
urrey, Kent, and Hants. 

1 It confines its news columns to general local intelligence 
I'om resident correspondents. Its original articles are written 
I a practical, independent and entertaining style. Contains 
1 ably-edited and arranged war special article. 

Proprietors— Mitchell & Co. 

London Office— UZ-i, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Central 4450 
Idvt., p. 679.) 

MJnnOJinjiK,— {Derbyshire.) 

It has manufactories of clocks, cotton, tape, and corsets, and an active trade is 
carriedonindairy produce. Population(1911)4,oe9. Population for which 
Ashbourne is the market town, 30,000.— Paperi /or the district— 

A SH BOURNE ADVERTISER. Friday and Saturday, la. 

JL Unionist. 

A localised issue of the Derbyshire Advertiser, which was 

tablished at Ashbourne in 1846, and circulates in the districts 

I West Derbyshire and North Staffordshire. 

\{See under Derby). 



ASHBOURNE NEWS. Friday. Id. 
Independent.— Established January, 1891. 
Circulates extensively in West Derbyshire and North -East 
Staffordshire. 

A good family newspaper, chiefly devoted to the interests of 
this agricultural neighbourhood. 
Publisher — Hobson & Son, Ltd. 

London Office— 2, Copthall Buildings, E.G. Tele. Wall 4984. 
(Advt., p. 557.) 

ASHBOURNE TELEGRAPH. Friday, Id. 
Independent. Established 1903. 
Circulates in West Derbyshire and North Staffordshire. 
The Teleffraj?k is a large and well-managed paper, full of local 
and district news, with a large selection of general intelligence, 
varieties, etc. 
Propbiktob— J. H. Henstock. 

A.SW.ttJjn'TO'X.— {Devonshire.) 

Gives title to one nf the parliaraentnry divisions of Devonshire. Large 
mining and agricultural district, also important woollen manufactories. 
Scenery in the neighbourhood very grand, on the borders of Dartmoor. 
Population (1911) 2,491.— Poper /or the district— 

ASHBURTON WESTERN GUARDIAN. Wednesdays, Irf. 
Independent.— Established 1882. 
Circulates in Ashburton and neighbouring towns. 
A localised edition of the Western Guardian, Totnes. 

A8BIBT'-]>E. liA .W,OUC'B.,—{Leice8terghtre.) 

Population, 4.927. Paper for the tlistriet— 

BURTON CHRONICLE, with which is incorporated the 
Ashbi/ Guardian. Thursday, Id. Established 1860. 
{See Burton-on-Trcnt). 

ASHFOltO.— ( Kent.) 

Is a flourishing market-town, and parish of Rent. One of the largest stork 
and corn markets in the county is held every Tuesday. It is in the 
midst of an agricultural district The South-Bastern and Chatham 
Railway- Ccunpany'g extensive loQpraotive and carriage manufactories, 
employing several thousand mechanics, are establislied there. Other 
local industries are brick-making and tt-itile manufacture. Population 
(1911) 13,6ro.— Papers for the district— 

KENT MESSENGER & ASHFORD EXAMINER. 
Friday morning, Id. 

Independent.— Established 1859. 

Circulates in Ashford and the extensive districts of East 
and Mid-Kent, and in Sussex, and is published at the seat of 
the South-Eastern Railway Works. 

The district news from many Kentish towns and villages 
is reported. 

Proprietor— B. P. Boorman. 

London Office— 115, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Central 2626. 

KENTISH EXPRESS AND ASHFORD NEWS, 
Friday afternoon for Saturday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established 18.55. 
Circulates all over Kent and East Sussex. 
Gives the county news fully, a digest of general news. 
Phopkietoks — The Kentish Express (Igglesden & Co.), Lim. 
(Advt., p. 621.) 

A.SHTOW-Uari>«:il-IiY WE.— (ZancaiAtVe. ) 

Is a parliamentary borough and a well-employed and prosperous manuf actur 
ing town. It is immediately connected with and surrounded by, Staly- 
bridge, Mossley, Oldham, Hyde, Dukinfleld, Droylsden, Gorton, Clayton 
and Openshaw, all of wdich are principally occupiedin the cotton manu- 
facture and machine making. The manor of Ashtou-under-Lyne alone 
contains upwards of 170 factories, 80 coal pits, and is the centre of a very 
numerous population. Population 11911) 45,17».—Paper»/ar tA« district- 

A SHTON DAILY STANDARD, id. {See Oldham Standard.) 

ASHTON EVENING REPORTER. (Friday and Saturday 
excepted.) One Halfpenny. 
Liberal.- Established 1876. 

Circulates in Ashton, Stalybridge, Dukinfleld, Hurst, Auden- 
shaw, &c. 
Proprietobs — J. Andrew & Co. 

London Office— 161, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Central 6903. 
(Advt., p. 5ia.) 

ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE HERALD. Friday, Id. ■ 
Consebvative.— Established 1888. 

Circulates in Ashton and the district. 

With the above are incorporated The Stalybridge Herald. 
The Dukinfield Herald Tlie Mossley and Saddleworth Herald 
and the Droyslden and Clayton Herald. 

The Herald is the popular paper in the district. Its 
features are reliable district news, racy notes, full reports 
of local meetings, special articles of local and general interest, 
interviews, illustrations, &c. 

Publishers—The Herald Printing and Publishing Co. (Lim.). 

London Office— 185, Fleet Street, E.G. (Advt., p. 557 



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ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE REPORTER. Saturday, li,d. 
Liberal. — Established 1855. 
Circulates in Ashton-under-Lyne, Stalybridge, Dukinfield, 
Hurst, Audenshaw, Droylsden, Mossley, Gorton, Openshaw, 
Longsight, Saddleworth, Mottram, Hadlield. Denton, Glossop, 
New Mills, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Whaley Bridge, Marple, New- 
ton Heath, Failsworth, Hollinwood, Lees, and Oldham. 

Advocates Liberal measures, but is independent of party bias ; 
and gives ample reports of local occurrences. 

Pbopbietoks — J. Andrew & Co. 

London Office— 151, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Central 6903. 
(Advt., p. 613.) 

ASHTON STANDARD. Saturday, lid. 
{See Oldham Standard.) 

COTTON FACTORY TIMES. Friday, Id. 
Nkutbal.— Established January 16, 1885. 
This paper is established in the interests of the cotton trade. 
News and advertisements relating to cotton mills, mill 
machinery, mill furnishing, &c., appear in its pages. 

Office* — Market Street. 

London Office— 151, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Central 6903. 
(Advt., p. 613.) 

DROYLSDEN & CLAYTON HERALD. Fridav, Id. 
Conservative.— Established 1890. 
A localised edition of the Ashton-under-Lyne Herald. 
(Advt., p. 667.) 

DUKINFIELD HE aALD. Friday, li. 
Conservative.— Established 1889. 
A localised edition of the Ashton-under-Lyne Herald. 
(Advt., p. 557.) 

WEEKLY SENTINEL. Friday, id. 
Non-political. Established 1911. 
Circulates in Ashton, Stalybridge, Mossley, Dukinfield, &c. 

Proprietors— Wm. Brown & Son, Ltd. 
London Office— 85, Fleet Street, E.G. 

A.TIIEIISTOKS.— ( Wanvickshire.) 

A town largely interegted In ai?riculture, coal-mining and the hat trade. 
Population (1911) 20,536.— Paper* for the district— 

ATHERSTONE EXPRESS. Thursday, Jrf. 
Independent. Established 1900. 
Has practically a house to house sale in this large mining 
and agricultural centre. 
. Pbopbietor— Harry Fieldhouse. 
Head Office — Tribune Buildings, Nuneaton. 

London Office— 159, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Holbom 982. 
(Advt., p. 670.) 

ATHERSTONE HERALD. Saturday, Id. 
Neutral. (See Tamworth Herald. ) 

ATHERSTONE NEWS. Friday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established July, 1886. 
The local and district news and advertisements are added to 
a selection of general news. The Atheratone News is printed 
and published in the town. 
Proprietor— E. S. Golman. 



ATHERSTONE OBSERVER. 
See Nuneaton Observer. 



Tuesday, ^d. 



ATHERTOW.— (ZancasAzVe.) 

An important centre in the Lancashire coalfield, and has also lar e cotton 
•Iiiuning interests. Population (1911) 18,962.— jpoper for the dittrict— 

A THERTON WEEKLY JOURNAL. Fridav, Id. 
-LA- Liberal.— Established 1913. 

Reports fully and accurately all local meetings, and records 
and illustrates local news. It is a family newspaper containing 
a careful selection of general news and a large variety of 
fiction and miscellaneous matter. 

Proprietors— Tillotson & Son, Ltd. 

London Oy/tce- Temple Bar House, 23, Fleet Street, E.G. 
Tel''. Central 3556. (Advt. facing title.) 

AYO.^' MO MJ'T a,— {Gloucestershire.) 

Stands at the mouth of the Avon on the right bank, 6 miles above Bristol. 
It has extensive dockyards and Is the out port of a large proportion of 
Bristol Channel trade.— i'(/;i<r for the district— 



A 



VONMOUTH MAIL & SHIPPING GAZETTE. 
See under Bristol. 



ArW:TtB.miA%]VU:' ,— {Buckinghamshire.) 

Is a market-town, communicating with London by the Oreat Central, Metro- 
politan, Nortu Western, and Great Western Kailways, witha population 
of (1911)11,048. It hag some extensive letter-press printing, rivet, butter 
and condensed milk factories, and is the county and assize town. The 
population of Bucks ischiefly agricultural.— Paj)«r»/orfft« dislricfr— 

BUCKS ADVERTISER AND AYLESBURY NEWS. 
Friday for Saturday, Id. 
Independent. — Established December 3, 1836. 
Circulates throughout Buckinghamshire and the neigh- 
bouring counties. 
Proprietors— J?tw;Ar« Advertiser Co. (Lim.). (Advt., p. 660.) 

BUCKS HERALD. Saturday, Id. 
Conservative. — Established January 6, 1832. 

Circulates generally through all the towns and rural districts 
of Buckinghamshire, and the adjoining counties of Bedford, 
Hertford, Berks, Oxford, Northampton, and West Middlesex. 

Advocates Conservative and Church of England principles, 
and is a strenuous upholder of the interests of agriculture and 
the protection of the labouring classes, seeking by ameliorating 
measures, and by sanitary enactments, to improve their con- 
dition. 

Proprietors— G. T. De Fraine & Co., Ltd. 

London Office— I5i, Fleet Street, E.G. (Advt., p. 560.) 

AYI.SHAM (Norfolk.) 

A market town with a population of 2,600.— Paper /w the district— 

AYLSHAM & REEPHAM POST. Friday, Id. Estab- 
lished 1916. 
A localised edition of the Norfolk Chronicle. See under 
Norwich. 

B JlCUP.— ( Lancashire.) 

Is situated on the river Irwell (18 miles from Manchester) and l8 spoiling 
place for Members for the Rossendale division of the county. It 
IS connected with Manchester and other parts by the Lancashire and 
Yorkshire Railway. It is noted for its cotton and woollen manufactures 
and its stone quarries. The population of Bacup at the census of 
1911 was 22,324.— Pap«r» tor the district— 

BACUP CHRONICLE. Saturday, Id. 
Established February, 1902. 
In politics progressive, in reporting impartial, in local matters 
independent. 
Proprietors — Bacup Publishing Co. 
London Office— 11% Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. City 8972. 

BACUP TIMES. Saturday, Id. 
Liberal.— Established April 8, 1865. 

Circulates through Bacup, Waterfoot, Rawtenstall, Has- 
lingden, Accrington, Burnley, Nelson. Colne, Ramsbottom, 
Facit, Whitworth, Rochdale, etc. 

Liberal and Nonconformist in politics, it advocates social 
religious, and political progress. 

Proprietors— i?ac7;p Times, (Lim.) 

London Office— nZ-5, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. City 7662. 
(Advt., p. 557.) 

ROSSENDALE ECHO. Wednesday, id. 
Liberal.— Established 1900. 
An excellent local paper circulating in a district amongst 
100,000 people. The Echo is characterised by full and careful 
reports of all local events. 
Proprietor— J. J. Riley, Rawtenstall. 
London Officer— 119, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. City 8972. 

ROSSENDALE EXPRESS. Wednesday, id. 
Liberal.- Established February. 1894. 
Circulates in Bacup and the Rossendale district. 
The Express is a popular mid-weekly, largely devoted to 
sport and gives the news of the district, which contains a popula- 
tion of over 70,000. 
Proprietors— ^a6'?/j7 Times (Lim.). 

London Office— VIZ- 5 Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. City 7662. 
(Advt., p. 557.) 

El All A. — {Merionethshire.') 

A market-town, h.-iving large .ind well-attended fairs. Railway communici- 
tion to Corwen and the English towns on one side, Festiniog, the well- 
known quarry district on the other side, and Dolgellv and the Welsh 
coast. Population (1911) \,iX7.— Papers for the district— 

YR WYTHNOS A'R ERYR. Wednesday Jrf. Estab. 1876. 
Reports the local news of the week in Welsh. 
Publisher — H. Evans. 

YSEREN (THE STAR). Saturday, Jrf. 
Liberal.— Established 1885. 
Fully reports all events in the county of Merioneth, 
i Pboprietoeb— Davies & Evans. 



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U A W II V 111^ .— {Oxfords hire.) 

U is thi< chief towa of a parliamentary division, and within a circle of 
10 miles' radius there are UO towns and villages, containinB a large 
population. In the town there are girth, liueu, box, and ladies' linen 
apparol manufactories, extensive iron works, timber work*, printing 
works, (fee. Population (1911) 13,463— Papar' /or t?M di$triet~ 

BANBURY ADVERTISER. Thursday, Id. 
Independent.— Established January, 1854. 
The Banhnry Advertiser is an ably edited and well-printed 
journal, and its reports of all events iu the town and district 
are full and accurate. 
Peopeietou— F, G. Walford. 

BANBURY GUARDIAN. Thursday, 2d. 
Neutral.— Established 1838. 

Circulates very largely throughout Oxfordshire and North- 
amptonshire, South Warwickshire, North-AVest Buokingham- 
shire, and the Eastern portions of Gloucestershire and 
Worcestershire. 

Aims at creating a wider interest in the local government 
of the district. It reports fully the doings of the various 
administrative bodies, and endeavours to put before its 
readers their powers and responsibilities, and to keep them 
informed of the developments in local government. 

Pbopbietor— William Potts. (Advt., p. 657.) 

la AH €i:mVt.— {Carnarvonshire.) 

This is a delightfully-situated city, the favourite resort of tourists in the 
summer 8eaBon,and the headquarters for climt)er8. being close to Snowden. 
It is placed between two ridges of rock, with a (Ineopeuing to the sea, 
and beautiful mountain and water scenery. The cluef attractions of 
the neighbourhood are Stephenson's wonderful tubular bridge, and 
Telford's suspension bridge over the Menai. Is a cathedral city and home 
of the University College of North Wales. Population ClWl) 11.237.— Pajieri 
torthediitriet — 

BANGOR AND NORTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS. 
^ee North Wales Weekly News, Conway. 
BANGOR OBSERVER. Thursday, \\d. 
Localised edition of the North Wales Observer. See 
Carnarvon. (Advt. p. 572.) 

GWALIA. Tuesday, Irf. 
Consekvativb.— Established 1880. 
Circulates in North Wales, London, Liverpool, Manchester, 
fee, and among Welshmen in all parts of the world. 

Is printed in Welsh, and contains authentic reports of 
all political, social, and religious movements. 
■ Proprietors— The North Wales Chronicle Co. {Lxm.). 

NORTH WALES CHRONICLE. Friday, l^d. 
Conservative.— Established 1808. 
Circulates through Carnarvonshire, Anglesey, Flintshire, 
Denbighshire, Merionethshire, and Montgomeryshire. 

Advocates the cause of Conservatism, and upholds the con 
Btitution in Church and State. But it is essentially a news 
paper, and gives the local news of Carnarvonshire, Anglesey, 
and Merionethshire. Issues a special edition for Holyhead. 
Proprietors— The Nn-th Wales Chronicle Co. (Lim.). 

niLWlViT^G.— {Essex.) 

A larsfely populated town of (1911) 31,302 Inhabitant^.— i»op«r»/or the district— 

BARKING, EAST HAM, AND ILFORD ADVERTISER. 
Friday evening for Saturday, ^d. Neutral.— Estab. 1888. 
Circulates in Barking, East Ham, Ufonl, Manor Park, 
Beckton, Upton Park, Plaistow, Canning Town, Forest Gate, &c. 
Devotes space to reports of all local bodies— official, 
political and religious. 

Proprietors- The Essex Weekly News Series (Ltd ) 
(Advt., p. 557.) ^ ''' 

BARKING CHRONICLE. Friday, 1^. 
Independent.— Established 1910. 
A reprint of the West Ha,m and South Essex Mail. 
See London Suburban Newspapers. 

\UA.n,yKOr^Tn.,— {Merionethshire.) 

It is the only port in the county, and is becoming celebrated as a watering 
place The scenery in the neighbourhood is most picturesque. Ponula- 
Uon (.1911) 2,300.— Paper /or the dititrict— x^'V'"" 

TDARMOUTH AND COUNTY ADVERTISER. 
d-J Wednesday, Id. 

Neutral.— Established 1877. 

A Newspaper for the town and county, with lists of 
visitors and general seaside information. 

Proprietor— Morris G. Roberts. 



imt]VA1lI> CA.8Ti:.K {Durham.) 

Is situated on the Tees, 23 miles from Durham. It has a large trade, and is 
situated ir.tbe midst Bf a large agricultural, manufaotnrinB.Md mining 
population of (1911) i,li,l. -Paper for the district- ^'*""'"""»' »°° mining 

TEESDALE MERCURY. Wednesday, Id. 
Independent.— Established July, 1854. 
Circulates in Barnard Castle, Richmond, Staindrop, Darling- 
.on. Bishop Auckland, Middleton-in-Teesdale, Gainford, Stock- 
,on-on-lees, Brough, Appleby, Kirkby Stephen, and district. 

Advocates progressive and improving measures, gives copious 
•eports of local proceedings and ample details of home and 
:oreign news. 
Proprietors— r<3f«<;a?e Mercury Co., Ltd 



ViJLVtN WW, —{Herts and Middlesex.) 

Called also Chipping Barnet. Is an increasing market-town, in a populous 
residential and trading district, with several towns and villages at no 
great distance, and is brought into communication with London by bus 
and trama, also by two lines of railway from King's Cross, and one from 
Broad-street, a third (the Midland) is within easy reach. Population 
of the town (1911) 10,440 j district 84.945.-Paper/or the district— 

BARNET PRESS. Saturday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established June, 1859. 

Circulates in Barnet, Hadley, Finchley, Hendon, Edgware 
Highgate, Hornsey, Finsbury Park, Southgate, New Southgate, 
Kriern Barnet, Ridge, Potters Bar, Elstree, Bowes Park, Winch, 
more Hill, Totteridge, Whetstone. Watford, St. Albans, Enfield- 
South Mimms, Stanmore, Shenley, Hatfield, Muswell Hill, 
Hampstead Garden City, &c. 

It gives all the local news of the week, and copious dis- 
cussion andcorrespondence on local topics. The Barnet Press, 
by its accurate and impartial reports, has earned and main- 
fains the confidence and support of a large and populous district. 

Proprietors— B. Cowing & Son. Tele. Barnet 90. 

DA RIVO liDS IV ICK.— ( Yorkshire.) 

▲ large parish in the Skipton division, 9 miles from Burnley. PopnUtion (1911) 
10,883.— PojMT /or m diotrUt— 

BARN0LD8WICK AND EARBY PIONEER. 
Friday, \d. 
A reprint of the West Yorkshire Pioneer. See under Skipton. 

BAItMSIiEY.— ( F«rA*A»r«.) 

Is a manufacturing town and county borough in the WestRidlog. Bami- 
ley is the centre of four parliamentary divisions, having linen, yami 
damask, drill, fancy silk goods, paper, shoe, and glass manufactories, 
extensive collieries ; iron foundries, chemical, wire, bleaching, dye, and 
woolworks. Population (1911) 50,«23. The Great Central, Midland, and 
Lancashire and Yorkshire Railways run into the borough.— PajMr* 
for the district — 

BARNSLEY CHRONICLE. Friday, IJrf. 
Liberal.— Established October, 1858. 

Circulates in Barnsley, Sheffield, Leeds, Doncaster, Ponte- 
fract, Penistone,Wombwell, Wath, Mexborough, and through- 
out the entire district of South Yorkshire. 

The Barnsley Chronicle is the Liberal paper of a Liberal 
constituency, and its influence throughout the district in 
which it circulates has never been more recognised than to- 
day. 

Proprietors— -Bar»wZey Chronicle (Ltd.) 

BARNSLEY INDEPENDENT, with which is incorporated 
the Barnsley Times. Friday for Saturday, \\d. 

Conservative.— Established April 7th, 1855. 

Circulates in the Parliamentary Divisions of Barnsley, 
Holmfirth^ Doncaster and Hallamshire, embracing large and 
populous industrial districts. 

It reports carefully all local, district, and mining news, and is 
written in a racy descriptive style. Interviews and literary 
notices are a special feature. The leading cricket and foot- 
ball organ, and one of the largest papers in the South York' 
shire district. 

Proprietors — Barnsley Independent Co., Ltd. 

BARNSLEY TELEPHONE. Friday, \d. 
Independent. Established 1898. 
Distributed free in Barnsley and district. Consists mainly 
of advertisements, interspersed with a selection of local photo- 
graphs and news. 
Publishers ; J. E. Vero, Ltd. 

BAllIirSTAPr.£.— (/)tf«on«Atrc.) 

Barnstaple is the chief town of a parliamentary division, and may be regarded 
as the metropolis of the North of Devon, lying in the centre of the four 
towns of Bideford, Ilfracombe, Torrington.and Southmolton, and of a 
large and flourishingagricultural district. It is charmingly situated on the 
Taw, which is navigable for vessels of 200 tons. Us market may be con- 
sidered the best in the kingdom for the sale of the pure North Devon 
breed of cattle. Population (1911) 14,488.— Papers/or the district— 

IVTO^TH DEVON HERALD. Thursday morning, Id. ; 
LN Unionist.— Established July, 1870. 

A very popular and widely-read papnr in the district. It is 
the organ of the Conservative and fJnionist parties in the four 
northern divisions of the county, and strenuously supports the 
Constitution. Full and accurate reports of meetings and 
events, in the large district through which it circulates, are 
a speciality ; and a summary of news, together with vigorously- 
written local and general leaders, appear in every issue. 
Particular attention is paid to agricultui'al topics. 

Proprietors— North Devon Press, Ltd. (Advt.. p. 571.) 

VTORTH DEVON JOURNAL. Thursday, Id. 
LN Liberal.— Established July 2, 1824. 

This paper is edited with great care and ability, and is prized 
for its able digest of the news of the week, and extensive and 
impartial local reports. Its comments on passing events are 
ably written and have made the Journal an influential organ. 
Proprietor*— Executors of the late W, Edwards. 



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nA.n.nO'W-TlS-VJJWllllKm^,— {Lancashire.) 

A. thrivins: corporate town, which has a large and intelligent population 
owing to the construction of extensive docks, larsre haematite iron and 
Rteel works. It is the centre of large naval construction works, the firm of 
Vicker's Tjtd., empIoTln? over 30,0ixt hands in the construction of warships, 
gun mountings, aero-hydroplanes, etc. There are also large engineering and 
pipcr-mnklna works and an extensive timber trade. It is also one of 
the largest importing towns of oil and spirits (petrol. &c.) in the kingdom. 
It returns one merahcr to Parliament. Population (1911) 63,775.— Papers 
for the district— 

BARROW GUARDIAN. Saturday. Id. 
Liberal. Established 1910. 
Contains full reports of local affairs, and circulates through- 
out the district. 
Editions forDalton, Grange and Cartmel, and Ulverston. 
Pkopbietors— The Barrow and North Lonsdale Press, Ltd. 
London Office— 159, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Holborn 982. 
(Advt. p. 558.) 

BARROW NEWS, Saturday, Id. 
IKDEPEXDENT.— Established January 4, 1880. 
The Barrow News circulates throughout the Furness, North 
Lancashire, Cumberland, Westmorland, and Yorkshire districts. 
The leading local paper and recognised medium for legal 
and official announcements. 
Proprietors— .Barrow Nemg and Mail (Ltd.). 
Zonion 0/^—134, Fleet Street.E.C. Tele. City 7981. (Advt. 
p. 637.) 

NORTH WESTERN DAILY MAIL. \d. 
Independent.— Established January 1, 1898. 

Circulates in every town and village from Maryport in the 
north to Lancaster in the south. 

The Mail is thoroughly independent in politics. The 
local, district, and general news of the day is presented 
with such fulness as to render the Mail a complete paper in 
itself, while its telegraphic service — home, foreign, com- 
mercial, and sporting — is that of a first-class daily. Special 
attention to the local markets. 

Publishers — Barrow News and Mail (Ltd.). 

London Offke—lSi, Fleet Street. B.C. Tele. City 7984. (Advt., 
p. 672.) 

BARRO'VrFOR]^. -(Lancashire.) 

A. township with a population of (1913) S,9ri0.— Paper for the district.— 

BARROWFORD LEADER. 
(See NeUon Leader). 

BARRY AlVR BARRY BOCK^S.— ('GVa- 

morganshire.) 

A thriving seaport town and seaside resort on the coast of the Bristol 
Channel, exporting over twelve million tons of coal per annum in 
addition to general exports and imports. Population (1911) 33,767.— Papers 
for the dittriot— 

BARRY DOCK NEWS. Friday, 1<«. 
Neutral.— Established 1887. 
Circulates exclusively in Barry, Cardiff, Penarth, and the 
Vale of Glamorgan. 

Gives all the news of this thriving place, with a selection of 
general intelligence. 
Managing Editor— Z. R. Llewellyn. 

BARRY HERALD. Friday, \d. 
Established February, 1896. 
Circulates in Barry, Cadoxton, Barry Dock, and South 
(j lamorgan districts. 

The news given iR interesting to all classes. 
Pro PBIETORS— Barry Herald Co, 

ItASIIVOSTOKE.— (^am/)«Aire.) 

A municipal borough, thecenfe of an important agricultural and sporting 
district, rapidly increasing in population. By its extraordinary railway 
facilities— being situated on the Great Western and South Western Hail" 
ways— large sales of cattle have been established, weekly corn market 
and the raptor works, agricultural implement foundries, clothing factorief 
and other industries are year jy year acquiring increased importance. 
Population (1911) 11,540.— Pop«r /or the district— 

HANTS AND BERKS GAZETTE AND MIDDLESEX 
AND SURREY JOURNAL. Saturday, Id. 
Independent. — Established January, 1878. 
Circulates in Basingstoke, Reading, Famham, Alton, and 
the intermediate and more distant towns and villages. 

Devotes a large portion of space to district news, and gives 
special attention to agricultural matters. 
Pbopbietors — Bird Bros. 

B ATH.— (SomtrwiiAtre.) 

This popular inland wat«rin||-place is famons for its hot mineral springs, the 
medicinal virtues of which attract invalids from all jiarts. The famous 
Bath freestone is quarried \.i\ the outskirts of the city, this industry giving 
employment to large numbers, while among the more imiwrtant industries 
are cabinet-making, cloth-making and engineering. In the f.-uhionable 
residential part of Bath are sfiuares and crescents which are not to be 
equalled in the kingdo 11 for aroliitectural beauty. In the visitors' lists are 
Invariably to tie found the names of prominent people who come to Bath 
for " the cure." Resident population, since extension Qf the Boundaries, 
fih^ut 80,000.— Papers fqr {he district— 



BATH CHRONICLE. Saturday, \d. 
Conservative and Unionist.— Established 1757. 

Incorporates the Bath Weekly Argus. Circulates largelv 
among the nobility, gentry, clergy, and the agricultural, 
commercial, and trading classes, in the counties of Somerset, 
Wilts, Dorset, Gloucester, Devon, and Cornwall, Wales, Bath, 
and Bristol, &c. 

Proprietors — Wessex Associated News, Ltd. 

London Office— U9, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Holborn 5228, 
(Advt., p. 558.) 

BATH AND WILTS DAILY CHRONICLE. Id. 
Conservative and Unionist. — Established 1870. 

Advocates Conservative and Unionist principles, and is a 
firm supporter of the Established Church. Its information 
is excellently arranged. Great care is taken to exclude every- 
thing objectionable, and to make it in every respect a good- 
class family journal, &c. The fine arts and music are noticed 
at length in its columns. It is an up-to-date ȣw#paper, the 
local intelligence being full and accurate. It covers Bath and 
the County of Wiltshire including the working-class town of 
Swindon. 

Proprietors — Wessex Associated News, Ltd. 

London Office— Ud, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Holborn 5228. 
(Advt., p. 658.) 

BATH HERALD. Daily, Id. ; weekly edition. Saturday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 3rd March, 1742. 
(Incorporates Keene's Bath Journal. Established 1742.) 

Circulates in Bath, and throughout the towns and villages of 
the three counties of Somerset, Wilts, and Gloucester. 

It is a high-class literary and family newspaper, from which 
all objectionable matters are excluded. It is the advocate of 
well-considered progress in political and municipal affairs. Its 
news reports are adequate and complete, and its original articles 
are numerous and of high literary character. Its service of 
telegraphic and telephonic news is full and accurate, and a 
feature is made of sporting intelligence. It devotes special 
attention to the doings of Bath Society. Extra special 
editions are published during the cricket and football seasons 
and on all important occasions. 

Proprietors— William Lewis & Son., Ltd. 

London Office— Ui, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Central 4481. 
(Advt., p. 653.) 

BATH OBSERVER. Saturday, \d. 
A reprint of the Bristol Observer with a brief summary 
of local news. 
See Bristol Observer, 

WILTSHIRE NEWS. Friday, Id. 
Conservative.— Established 1910. Incorporates the 
Wiltshire County Mirror. Established 1833. 
Circulates in Swindon, Trowbridge, Salisbury, Warminster, 
Chippenham, and the county generally. 

Proprietors — Wessex Associated News, Ltd. 
London Office— U9, Fleet Street. Tele. Holborn 5228. 

B ATIiE Y.— ( Yorkshire. ) 

The area of the borough of Batley is 2,038 acres, and the parish includes the 
townships of Batley, Xlorley, Gildersome, and Churwell. There are 
68 large woollen mills, and 29 engaged in other trades. The London 
and North-Western and Great Northern Railway Companies have each 
a station. Population (1911) 36,395. Papers for the district— 

BATLEY AND HEAVY WOOLLEN DISTRICT FREE 
PRESS. Tuesday, id. 
In-dbpendknt. — Estabiislied 1898. 

Circulated free from house to house in Batley, Birstall, 
Soothill and district. A small eight-page paper giving a selec- 
tion of illustrated local news and notes with advertisements. 
Publishers — J. Fearnsides & Sons, Ltd. 

BATLEY NEWS AND YORKSHIRE WOOLLEN DIS- 
TRICT ADVERTISER. Friday, l^d. 

Conservative.— Established 1879. 

Circulates in Batley, Dewsbury, Batley Carr, Birstall, Heck- 
mondwike, Ossett, Morley, Birkenshaw, Gomersal, Drigh- 
ington, Soothill, West Ardsley, Leeds, Wakefield, &c. Devotes 
special attention to local intelligence, and is appreciated locally 
for its fearless comments. 

Proprietors— iVIw* Printing Co. (Ltd.). 

London 0/^—82-85, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Central 2994. 
(Advt., p. 558.) 

BATLEY REPORTER AND GUARDIAN. Friday, IJei. 
Liberal.— Established August 15, 1866. 

The Reporter circulates extensively in Batley, Dewsbury, 
Heckmondwike, Birstall, Morley, Gomersal, Ossett, Mirfield, 
Hanging Heaton, Woodkirk, Soothill, &c. 

Advocates the principles of the Liberal party, and is a good 
literary, commercial, and family paper. It gives full reports of 
all local and district events. 

Proprietors — The Reporter (Ltd.). 

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UHiJl^MjEm,— (Suffolk.) 

Is a corporate and market-town on the navigable river Waveney; and 
has a good coal, corn, malt, and cattle trade. Messrs. William Clowes A 
Sons, Limited, the eminent printersof London, have theircountrybranch 
establishment here. It is six miles from Bungay, which also stands on 
the Waveney, and has manufactories of hemp, with a corn, malt, cosl, 
and lime trade, nrickmakinir is also carried on to a lartte extent.as well as 
a timber trade and engineering, Population (19U) 7,139.— Paper for tht 
district— 

EAST SUFFOLK GAZETTE. Tuesday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 18.57. 

Circulates through the Eastern districts of Suffolk and 
Norfolk. Since the reduction of price, the circulation has more 
than doubled, and is still steadily increasing. 

Advocates no one particular interest, but supports indepen- 
dently and impartially those measures which are conducive to 
the welfare of all. It takes a general view of the politics of 
the day, devotes considerable space to literature, and gives 
the digest of the news of the week. 

PBOPRIBTOB&— William Clowes & Sons (Ltd.). 
B KCKEIVH AM.— (ir«n/.) 

A pleasant town, with a large and increasing popalation (ISll) ai,89S — 
Puptrt for the dittriet~ 

BECKBNHAM & PENGB ADVERTISER. Thursday, \d. 
Independhnt. — Established February, 1888. 
Circulates largely in Beckenham, Bromley, Bickley, Penge, 
Anerley, South Norwood, &c. 

Local news is reported fully, and comments thereon and 
criticisms on any passing events are a noted feature of this 
journal. 
Pbopeibtob— Exors. of the late Jesse W. Ward. 

BECKENHAM CHRONICLE. 
See Brondey Chronicle. 

BECKENHAM JOURNAL. Saturday, Id. 
Neuteal.— Established 1876. 
Ctrculat«s in Beckenham, Penge, Sydenham, Shortlands, 
Bromley, West Wickham, and West Kent generally. 

The local and district news is fully given, with a selection 
of general information. 

Propbibtob— T. W. Thornton. 

BECKENHAM TIMES. Friday, l<i. 
Independent.— Established 1900. 
Circulates in Beckenham, Penge, New Beckenham, Clock 
House, &c. 

Reports all local and official news and is a thoroughly well- 
oonducted family journal. 

Office— 39, East Street, Bromley. 

Publighert— Kentish. District Times Co. (Ltd.) (Ad., p. 521.) 

nmifVOmf,— (Bedfordshire.) 

The county town of Bedfordshire ; pleasantly situated In a fertile tract on 
the Ouse Valley. Bedford is an ancient parliamentary borough, to 
which Its great educational endowment has, in the last few decades, 
given anew !ife. The four Secondary Schools of the town are famous 
and attract residents from all parts. Around them have sprung up other 
flouriahing private schools. Engineering Is the town's chief industry, the 
large works of J. & P. Howard and W. H. Allen, Son k Co., Ltd., being cele- 
brated. The town is a social and commercial centre of an iinporUnt 
aaricultural and reiideutial district, which includes the seats of the Duke 
of Bedford, Viscount Peel. Lord Ampthill, Lard St. John, and Mr. Saml. 
Whitbread. Population (1911) 39,185.— Papers for the dittrict— 

BEDFORD DAILY CIRCULAR. Daily Morning, J<i. 
Independent Unionist.- Established 1903. 
PKOPBIETOP.S— Beds. Standard Co. (1913), Ltd. 
London OMce — 190, Ebury Street, Sloane Square, S.W. 
Tele. Victoria 4235. 

BEDFORD AND COUNTY RECORD. Tuesday, Ji, 
With which is incorporated The Bedfordshire Mercury. 
Independent.— Established December, 1872. 
Circulates in Bedford and the county. 

Contains full and early reports of both town and county 
intelligence, football, and sporting news. 

Propkietoes— Beds. Times Publishing Co., Ltd. 

London Office— 115, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Central 2626. 
(Advt., p. 558.) 



BEDFORDSHIRE STANDARD 
Unionist.- Established 1883. 
Circulates in Bedfordshire, Bucks, 
and Northants. 

The chief Conservative paper in the district, 
all local news fully. 

Peopkietobs— ^ei*. Standard Co. (1913) (Ltd.). 
London Office — 190, Ebury Street, Sloane Square, S.W. 
Tele. Victoria 4235. (Advt., p. 658.) 



Friday, Id. 
Cambs, Herts, Hunts, 
It reports 



BEDFORDSHIRE TIMES & INDEPENDENT. Fri., U. 
Independent-Liberal.- Established October 18, 1845 

The town and county paper; covers also large districts in 
Rucks, Hunts, Herts, Northants, and Cambs. 

Gives the most complete and impartial reports of all town 
and county matters, and contains most local news. 

The Titnes is read by all classes, and by all parties, because 
of the completeness and impartiality of its news. 

Pbopbietobs — Beds. Times Publishing Co., Ltd. 

London Office— 115, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Central 2626. 
(Advt., p. 568.) 



A MPTHILL and DISTRICT NEWS. 



(See Amj/thill.) 



Lbighton buzzard reporter. 
(See Leighton Buzzard.) 

TTTOBURN and district reporter. (See Wohurn.) 
BBD^frORTH.— ( Warmiekshire.) 

The centre of a large mining population (incladiug roleihlin nnmbering 
13,000.— Paj^er* /or the district— 

BEDWORTH & FOLESHILL NEWS &, COVENTRY 
CHRONICLE. Saturday, irf. 

Independent. 

The only paper published exclusively for the district. It is 
read by all classes, and maintains an independent attitude on 
all topics. 

Proprietor— Harry Fieldhouse. 

Head Office — Tribune Buildings, Nuneaton. 

London Office— 159, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Holborn 982. 
(Advt., p. 570.) 

BEDWORTH OBSERVER. Saturday, id. 
See Nuneaton Observer. 

MEESTOW.— (iVo«i..) 



Lace, telephone instrumenti, and IrOn 
foun'dries are In the town.— Poper /or tA« district- 



Has a population of (1916) 13,500. 
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BEESTON AND WEST NOTTS GAZETTE AND ECHO. 
Friday for Saturday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1903. 

Circulates in Beeston, Chilweli, Attenborou^jh, Stapleford, 
Bramcote, Toton, Long Eaton, and West Notts. 

A localised edition of the N'ottingfmm and Notts. Local 
News. 

BEIiPEK.— (D*r6ysAir«.) 

A manufacturing town. Population (1911) 11,643. Noted for hoBierr* eottoi, 
iron works, ba.— Paper for the dittriet— 

BELPER NEWS AND DERBYSHIRE TELEPHONE. 
Friday, \d. 

Neutral. — Established : News 1896. 

Circulates in Belper and immediate small townships and 
villages. 

It is the only local paper printed in Belper, and is well- 
patronised in the town and district. 

fvblishers—^WivQA Edmunds (Ltd.). 

London Office— ^5, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Central 2994. 
(Advt., p. 563.) 

B KltltB I*E TT.— ((r^owcesfersAiVe). 

A small town on the River Avon, and celebrated for its cheese. Population 
(19111 6.554 — Paper for the dittriet. 

BERKELEY, DURSLEY AND SHARPNESS GAZETTE. 
Saturday, Id. 
A reprint of the Dursley Gazette. 

BEItM.HAM8TBA».— <Zr(jr«/brcfoAtr«.) 

A considerable town, with a good-class residential population at the Uit 
census of (1911) 7,302. It is an educational centre, and Its industries Inclnde 
large chemical works. - Poper for the district— 

BERKHAMSTEAD GAZETTE AND TRING AND DIS- 
TRICT NEWS. Friday for Saturday, Id. 
Independent. Established 1904. 
Circulates in Berkhamstead, Tring and the district. 
The Gazette ia independent of party politics, and is entirely 
devoted to the interests of the town and district, reporting all 
local events fully. , . ,.„,^,. ^. 

Proprietors— West Herts Printing and Publishing Co. 

BBRW^ICIfc- lIPOW-TVrBBI>.— (iVbrMum6«r. 

land.) 

Is a municipal borough and important garrison town and holiday resort. A 
considerable coasting and foreign trade is carried on from the port. 
Manufactures and mining are carried on to some extent. Also iron- 
foundries, flshcries, &c. Population (1911) 13,076.— Popsrs /or t*« district- 

BERWICK ADVERTISER. Friday, Id. 
Liberal. — Established January 2, 1808. 
Circulates through Berwick, Alnwick, Belford, Wooler, Cold- 
stream, Duns, Haddington, Dunbar, Northumberland, Box* 
burgh, BerwicKshire, and East Lothian. 
Propbjbtob — Henry Righardson Small, 



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BERWICK JOURNAL AND NORTH NORTHUMBER- 
LAND NEWS. Wednesda)' and Thursday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established 1855. 

Circulates in Berwick-upon-Tweed, on Tweedside in North- 
umberland, on the Borderland and in Edinburgh, Glasgow, 
Newcastle and other cities. 

Full details of local intelligence, and advertisements. 
Pbopeietok — Alexander Steven. 

BERWICK MERCURY. Saturdav. Gratis. 
Indepen'dent. Established 1893. 
Circulated free in Berwick-on-Tweed and the surrounding 
villages. Contains a brief summary of local news with 
advertisements. 
Publisher — George Martin. 

nB'r'T'Wir»-Y-COK19,— (Carnarvonshire.) 

A Tillage on the rivor Llygwy, four miles south of Llauwrst. Famous for its 
■ociiery atid picturesque waterfnlls. A faTourite rosortof tourists. Popula- 
tion (19U) 925.— Paper /or tlie district— 

BBTTWrS-Y-COED AND NORTH WALES WEEKLY 
NEWS. See North Wales Weekly JVews, Conway. 

BETE R IjKIC.— (Yorkshire.^ 

Ii a municipal borough and market-town, and the " county town " of the East 
Riding. It has a considerable trade in iron, coal, and leather, in ship- 
building and the manufacture of agricultural implements— facilitated 
by canal and railway communication with Hull. Population (1811) 
Vi.SH.—Paperg for the district — 

BEVERLEY GUARDIAN AND EAST RIDING TELE- 
GRAPH. Saturday (3 editions), Id. 

Conservative. — Established January 5, 1856. 

Separate editions for Beverley, Hornsea (with visitors list) 
and Withemsea, circulates in the agricultural districts of the 
East Riding. 

Gives all the local and Urban Council news, also the 
important general news of the week. It is an excellent paper 
for the district. 

Pbopkietobs— Green & Son. (Advt., p. 558.) 

BEVERLEY RECORDER AND INDEPENDENT. 
Saturday, Id. 
Liberal. — Established July 7, 1855, 
Circulates in Beverley, Hull, and the Surrounding villages. 
A family newspaper, paying special attention to agricultural 
and county matters. Gives full reports and photographs of 
local affairs. 
Pbopeibtob— Walter Watson. 

One of the most rapidly rising health resorts on the south coast. It has a 
•plendid promenade three miles in extent, and na« a picturesque situation 
midway between Hastings and Eastbourne. Population (1911) 15,881.— 
Papers for the district— 

BEXHILL chronicle, and VISITOR'S LIST, 
Saturday. Id. 

Conservative.— Established 1887. 

Circulates in East Sussex, including the towns of Battle and 
Robertsbridge. 

The news of the district is fully reported and freshly treated 
and illustrations are freely uoed. A finely printed free supple- 
ment, the Pieture Chronicle, deals with books, plays, &c., of 
local interest. 

Pboprietobs — Bexhill Printing Co. (Lim.). 

London Office — Craven House, Kiugsway, W.C. Tele. Hop. 
4')2(J. 



Saturday, \d. 
-Established May, 1896. 



BEXHILL-ON-SEA OBSERVER. 
Independent Conservativk- 
Circulates in Bexhill and district. 
The Observer gives full and accurate and where possible 
illustrated reports of all occurrences in the district. 
rBOPRlETOBS— F. J. Parsons (Lim.). 

BEXIiEY lS.l&A.TVL.—(Keni.) 

A large town with a population of (1911) 15,896.— Pa/>«r« /or (Ab district— 

BEXLEY HEATH AND BEXLEY OBSERVER. 
Friday, \d. NbutbAL.— Established March, 1867. 
Circulates in Bexley Heath, Bexley, Crayford, East Wick- 
ham, Welling, &c. 

Gives very full reports of all the local happenings with a 
selection of general news. 
Pbopbietob — Thomas W. Jenkins. 

BEXLEY HEATH & BEXLEY TIMES. Friday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1890. 
Circulates also in Crayford, Welling, Well Hall, Barnehurst, 
&c. 
Fully reports all local news. 

Publishers — Kentish District Time* Co. (Lim.). (Ad., p. 521). 
Office : 99, Broadway. 



ST. MARY CRAY AND SWANLEY EXPRESS. Friday U. 
Neutral.— Established 1877. 
Circulates in the Grays, Crockenhill, Orpington and North- 
west Kent generally. 

Contains the local and district news of a very wide and 
populous neighbourhood. 
NOTE — This paper is suspended during the war. 
Pboprietoe— T, W. Jenkins. 



8ICE8TEIl.—( Ox/orrfs/are.) 

An important agricultural, commercial, and sporting market town. It has 
stations on the Great Western (Paddington to Birmingham new route) 
and Bletchley and Oxford Junction Railways. Population (1911) 3,38fi.— 
Papers tor the district— 

BICESTER ADVERTISER. Friday, l<i. 
Unionist.— Established 1879. 
Circulates throughout the counties of Oxfordshire, Northamp> 
tonshire, and Buckinghamshire. 
The general news of the week is well arranged. 
Pbopbietobs— Exors. of T. W. Pankhurst. 

BICESTER HERALD. Friday, Id. 
Independent.— Established June 9, 1855. 
Circulates in Mid-Oxon generally and contiguous portions of 
Bucks and Northants. 

Advocates questions on their merits ; pays especial attention 
to matters pertaining to agriculture, trade, and commerce. 
Pbopbietobs — Newby & Son. 



BTI^DW! IjI^ a.— (Stafordshtre). 

On the fringe of the Staffordshire coal and iron district, close to the Cheshire 
boundary, with agricultural districts to the north. Population 5,557.— Paper 
for the district. 

BIDDULPH CHRONICLE. Saturday Id. 
A localised edition of the Co)igleton Chronicle. 

BIDEFORD.— (Z>evtfnMire.) 

A prettily-situated seaport town in the northern division of the county. It is 
within two miles of the far-famed Northam Burrows and Royal North 
Devon Golf Links, and that fashionable watering-place, Westward Ho ! 
possesses a good market, and has railway and steam communication, 
There is a fiourishing collar and caS making industry : and it is an increas- 
ingly popular residential neighbourhood. Population (1911) 9,074.— 
Papers for the district — 

BIDEFORD AND NORTH DEVON WEEKLY GAZETTE. 
Tuesday, Id. 
Independent. — Established 1835. 

Circulates in Bideford,and in North Devon and North East 
Cornwall. 
Pbopbietobs— Coles & Lee. (Advt., p. 558.) 

WESTERN EXPRESS & TORRINGTON CHRONICLE. 
(Amalgamated with Torrington Gazette and Weekly 
News.) Saturday, Id. 
Independent. — Established 1873. 

Circulates in the market towns of Bideford and Torrington 
and North Devon and East Cornwall. 
Pbopbietobs— Coles and Lee. 



BIOOIiESl^ADE.— ( Bedfordshire.) 

A growing town on the river Ivel fa tributary of the Ouse). The com 
market, once considerable. has suffered by competition with Cambridge, 
Hitchin, Bedford, and St. Neots; the town, however, thanks to the motor 
■ and cycle industries, which employ hundreds of hands, is increasing 
in population and prosperity. It is the centre of the most extensive 
and important market-gardening district in England, and the manufac- 
ture of pickles is largely .carried on. Population (1911) 5,375. 
District Population 26,718 -Papers for the district— 

BEDFORDSHIRE EXPRESS. Friday, l<i. 
Independent. — Established 1859. 
The Express circulates largely in Bedfordshire and the neigh- 
bouring counties. Is the chief agricultural organ, and is read 
by all classes. 
Pbopbietobs— W. Carling & Co. 

BIGGLESWADE CHRONICLE. Friday, irf. 
Independent.— Established 1891. 
Circulates in North Beds, and especially in Biggleswade, 
Sandy, Potton, &c. 
Pbopbietob- Charles Elphick. (Advt., p. 558.) 

XfORTH BEDFORDSHIRE COURIER. Friday, 1^. 
J_N Unionist. 

Circulates in Bigerleswade and district, Bedford, Hitchm, 
Potton. Sandy, ShefiEord, St. Neots, and North Bedfordshire 
generally. Gives full reports of local and district news and is 
read by all classes. 

Pboprietors— Spong & Son, High Street. 

London 0/^cc— 149, Fleet.Street, E.C. Tele. Holbom 5228. 



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BKn§LEXM.BA.a.— (Cheshire.) 

Tliig borough is one of the most promising in the kingdom, and bids fair to 
become a port second to none on the west coast, save Liverpool itself 
Large docks have been constructed at an enormous expense, and tbe 
result is the absorption of a considerable portion of the East Indian and 
China trade, and large coal, salt, general exports, and cattle trade. 
Birkenhead is one of the largest single soat constituencies in tbe king- 
dom. Population (1911) 130.833— Papers rortlisdUtriet— 

BIBKENHEAD AND CH E SHIRE ADVERTISER, 
AND WALLASEY GUARDIAN. Wednesday Jd. ; 
and Saturday \d. 
CoNSEBVATivE.— Established 1853. 

Circulates in Birkenhead, Liverpool, and the Hundred of 
Wirral, West Cheshire, and North Wales. 
Publithert — B. Haram & Co. 

London Office — Clun House, Surrey Street, Strand, W.U. 
Tele. City 7199. (Adrt., p. 558.) 

BIRKENHEAD NEWS. Wednesday, Jrf.; Saturday, Irf. 
Liberal.— Established 1877. 
Circulates in Birkenhead and the district of West Cheshire. 
The iV«7f« makes a special feature of local and district intel- 
ligence, and also contains a selection of general news. 

PuhlUhert — Willmer Brothers k Co., Ltd. 
DIItimiMOHAlI.— (FFart(;tcA«Atr«.) 

The Metropolis of the Midlands, is the third largest city In the United Kingdom. 
From early times the home of the metal industry, Birmingham's factories 
have grown considerably since the outbreak of the war. It would be impos- 
•ible to give anything like a detailed list of the manufactures of the 
town and district. It is the "workshop 0/ the world." It returns seven 
Members of Parliament. In 1811 there were but ai 000 inhabitants, but 
the population of Birmingham and Oraater Birmingham If now 89(,000.— 
Paturt for tha district— 

ASTON AND EAST BIRMINGHAM NEWS. Sat., Id. 
Independent.— Established 1891. 
Circulates in Aston and the local district of East Bir- 
mingham. 

It contains all the local and district news, with a selection of 
general intelligence. 

PBOPBIETOR&— jBirminp'^<»j» Neni Oo. (Ltd.). 

BIRMINGHAM CATHOLIC NEWS. Friday, Id. 
Catholic. Established 1896. 
Circulates in Birmingham and throughout the Midlands. 
Gives all the Catholic news of the Midlands, with general and 
local intelligence. 
Publithers — New Catholic Press, Ltd. 

London Office— 3, Bouverie Street, E.C. Tele. Central 4289. 
,Advt., p. 5(J7.) 

BIRMINGHAM DAILY MAIL. Evening, irf. 
Unionist.— Established 1870. 
Circulates in Birmingham and Midland Counties. 
The jtfaiZ, which is carefully edited, has fully met therequire- 
ments of a popular evening newspaper. It gives fully the 
foreign, commercial, local, sporting, and general news. 
Puhluhers — John Feeney & Co. 

London Offiee^SS, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Holbom 260. 
(Advt., p. 513.) 

BIRMINGHAM GAZETTE. Dally, Jrf. 
LiBEKAL. — Established as Aria's Gazette 1741. 

The only halfpenny morning paper of the Midland counties, 
and circulates in an area with a population of three million 
people — Birmingham, and the counties of Shropshire, Stafford- 
shire, Leicestershire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire, Hereford- 
shire, Gloucestershire, and Oxfordshire. 

Founded upon the broad basis of Aris's Birmingham Gazette 
(established 1741), it carries with it all the prestige of that 
famous journal, while it has acquired on its own account a 
special reputation for its alertness and enterprise in the 
adoption of everything required in a first-class morning 
journal. Bright and readable as a newspaper, it is especially 
valued by its different classes of readers for the accuracy of 
its general reports and of those on commercial, agricultural 
and sporting matters. 

Pbopbietobs — The Birmingham Gazette (Ltd.), 

Londcm Officer— VJ, Bouverie Street, B.C. Tele. City 5107. 
(Advt., p. 514.) 

BIRMINGHAM ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY MERCURY. 
Saturday, Id. Established November 8, 1884, 

Circulates throughout the Midland Counties. 

A fully illustrated weekly newspaper of special interest in 
the home. With its up-to-date news service, special articles 
and latest topical illustrations, it has shown its ability to meet 
the changing conditions of the time and now enjoys consider- 
able popularity among the masses in this busy district. 

PB0PBIET0R8 — Birmingham Gazette, Ltd. 

L(yndon Office— 11, Bouverie Street, E.C. Tele. City 6107. 



BIRMINGHAM NEWS. Saturday. \d. 
Independent.— Established 1880. 
Circulates in Birmingham and the principal residential 
suburbs. 

Is a family and general newspaper for the residential and 
suburban districts of Birmingham, and is full of the latest 
district and general intelligence. 
Pbopbietobs — Birmingham Nemt Co. (Ltd.). 

BIRMINGHAM POST. Daily, \d. 
Unionist.- Established 1867. 

Circulates in Birmingham, and throughout the whole of 
Warwickshire, Worcestershire, Staffordshire, Shropshire, Glou- 
cestershire, Herefordshire, and South Wales. 

Advocates the interests and aims at reflecting the opinions 
of theinhabitants of the above important districts. Gives the 
commercial, trading, and other intelligence of those counties ; 
the latest news of the day ; original reports of all racing 
meetings ; and an admirablv written City article. It is in every 
respect an excellent newspaper. 

Puhlishers — John Feeney k. Co. 

London Offloe—8S, Fleet Street, E.O. Tele. Holbom 260. 
(Advt., p. 513.) 

BIRMINGHAM WEEKLY POST. Friday, Id. 
Unionist. 

Circulates in the Midland Counties, and is read by Birming- 
ham people all over the world. Besides the local and general 
news of the week^ it contains serial stories by famous authors, 
special weekly articles on various subjects by experts, and the 
whole of its pages are illustrated. 

Publishers — John Feeney & Co. 

L<mdon Office— S8, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Holbom 260* 
(Advt., p. 513.) 

ERDINGTON WEEKLY NEWS. Saturday, Id, 
Independent. — Established 1898. 
The only paper published in the district. The recognised 
organ for all Official Advertisements. Gives all the local and 
district news. 
Pbopbietobs — Birmingham News Co. (Ltd.). 

EVENING DESPATCH, ^d. 
LlBEBAL.— Established 1891. 
A smartly conducted journal covering a district of 30 miles 
around Birmingham. 

A great feature is made of late telegraphic news received over 
its own private wires from London. 

Publishes an early sporting edition under the title of Sporting 
Buff. 
Pbopbietobs — The Birmingham Gazette, Ltd. 
London Office— 17, Bouverie Street, E.C. Tele. City 6107. 
(Advt., p. 514.) 

HARBORNB AND WEST BIRMINGHAM NEWS. 
Saturday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1891. 

Circulates in Harborne, West Birmingham, and the fashion- 
able residential suburbs, 
Pbopbietobs — Birmingham News (Ltd.). 

MIDLAND COUNTIES HERALD. Thursday, Irf. 
Established July, 1836. 

Circulates in Birmingham, the counties of Warwick, Wor- 
cester, Stafford, Gloucester, Hereford, Derby, and generally 
throughout the United Kingdom. 

The Midland Counties Herald deals with all questions 
affecting the agriculture, trade, and commerce of the country. 
Its columns contain much general information, and articles 
of public interest. 

Office— li5, Cambridge Street. (Advt., p. 670.) 



PORTING BUFF. Daily Id. 
See Evening Despatch. 

PORTS ARGUS. Saturday, irf. 



A Saturday night and week-end paper circulating in Birm- 
ingham and throughout the whole of the Midland Counties 
generally, having the largest sale and being recognised as the 
principal paper of its class published in this wide area. 

Pbopetetobs — The Birmingham Gazette, Ltd. 

London Office— 17, Bouverie Street, E.C. Tele. City 5107. 

SUTTON COLDFIELD NEWS. Saturday, Id. 
Independent. — Established 1899. 
Circulates in Maney, Four Oaks, Boldmere, Walmley, Little 
Sutton, Penns, Oscott, Wylde Green, Hill. Gives full local 
reports. 
Pbopbietobs — Birmingham News Co. (Ltd.). 

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WHAT'S DOING AND THE BIRMINGHAM ECHO. 
(Illustrated.) Saturday, W. 
Neutkal.— Established 1882. 

Circulates in Birmingham and district, and appeals largely to 
theatre goers. Contains licensed trade and sporting gossip, 
illustrations and criticisms of local affairs. 
Peopeibtobs— Parkes & Groves, 35-6, Colesbill Street. 

1Mm»TAJLT„— (Yorkshire.) 

A manufacturing town with a population of (1911) 7,117.- Papertfor the diatrielr- 

BIRSTALL NEWS, AND GOMERSAL, BIRKENSHAW 
AND DRIGHLINGTON ADVERTISER. Friday, l^d. 
Unionist.— Established 1880. 
Circulates in the district between Batley and Bradford. 

Pbopeietoes — News Printing Co. (Ltd.), Batley. 

London Office— S5, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Central 2994. 

BIRSTALL HERALD AND GOMERSAL COURIER. 
Thursday, Id. 
LiBBEAL. Established 1891. 
A reprint of the HeckmondwiTte Herald. (Advt., p. 567.) 

BlSHOP-AUCKIiAlVD.— (DurAam.) 

The district is extensively engaged in coal mining, coke burning, the manu- 
facturing of iron, and agricultural operations. The recent deepening of 
the coal-pits to the lower and more valuable seams of coals, and the 
successful working of the iron-stone quarries in Cleveland, have made 
this district one of the busiest in the country for the production of coal, 
manufacture of iron, and coke burning. Population (19H) 13,839.— Paper 
for the district— 

AUCKLAND AND COUNTY CHRONICLE. 
Thursday, 14rf. Established 1851. 
This old-established paperhas incorporated many other news- 
papers. It is a family and commercial newspaper, and is seen 
in almost every home in the thickly populated county of 
Durham. Gives full and complete reports of the proceedings 
of local public bodies, and is a persistent advocate of 
economical administration, local self-government, and the 
education of the masses. It gives from 10 to 12 pages of 
good family reading. 

Pbopbibtors — North of England Newspaper Co., Ltd. 

Londcm Ofice— 17, Bouverie Street, E.C. Tele. City 107 
(Advt., p. 531.) 

BISHOP'S 8T01tTP0It».— (^er</or£?sAm.) 

A large town on the borders of Essex, a flrst-class station on the main 
line of the Great Eastern Railway, midway between London and Cam- 
bridge, and ia the junction for branch line to Dunmow, Braintree, &e. 
It has an extensive corn and cattle market. It is one of the largest 
malt-making towns in the world. Population (1911) 8,72S.— Paper for the 
district- ■ 

HERTS AND ESSEX OBSERVER. 
Friday afternoon for Saturday, \d. 
Independent.— Established April 6, 1861. 
Circulates mainly in the parliamentary divisions of North 
and West Essex and North and East Herts, but is taken 
throughout the two counties, and in Cambridgeshire and 
Middlesex. 

It does not make politics a prominent feature, but devotes its 
attention chiefly to its news reports. 

Peopeibtobs— Mardon Bros. 



BISHOP'S CASTILE.— (^AroM*Ve.) 

An agricultural centre, being a borough on the border of Montgomeryshire 
with good markets. Population (1911) 1,409.— Paper /or the district— 

BISHOP'S CASTLE ADVERTISER AND CLUN NEWS. 
Neutral.— Established October, 1900. Friday, 1^. 
Circulates in the borough itself and also extensively in the 
adjoining town of Clun, with surrounding villages. 
Publisher— W. F. Marks. 

BliACKBUHW. — {Lancashire.) 

'^*^\^^'^^^.^\j^^?^»<-^r-Vfivyi\&teA cotton manufacturing district embracing 
250,000 inhabitants, with a large iron and coal trade. There are also 
some large paper mills. Is a parliamentary borough and market-town 
Bends two members. Population (1911) 133,0fl4.-Paper»/or the districts 

BLACKBURN AND ACCRINGTON CATHOLIC NEWS. 
Catholic. Established 1893. Friday, \d. 
Circulates in Blackburn and surrounding districts. 
All the news of the Catholic Church in the district appears 
m its pages, with general and local intelligence. 
PaWwAjr*— New Catholic Press, Ltd. 

London Officer— B, Bouverie Street, E.C. Tele. Central 4289. 
(Advt., p. 607.) 



BLACKBURN TIMES. Saturday, Id. 
Libebal. — Established 1855. 

Circulates in Blackburn, Darwen, Chorley, Accrington, 
Burnley, Whalley, Clitheroe, Great Harwood, Rishton, 
Haslingden, and throughout North-East Lancashire. 

Advocates the principles and measures of progressive 
Liberalism ; pays great attention to local events ; and gives an 
epitome of the general news of the week, special articles, half- 
tone illustrations, &c., late news to the hour of going to press, 
and stands in the front rank amongst the journals of North 
and East Lancashire. 

Peopbiktobs— Geo. Toulmin & Sons, Ltd. 

London Office— n^-5, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Central 4481. 
(Advt. p. 559.) 

BLACKBURN WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. Saturday, Id. 
Established 1899. 
Circulates throughout Blackburn and North-East Lancashire 
generally. Has an influential following and is an excellent 
example of a high-class family weekly newspaper. The local 
news of this large textile centre is given at length. 
Publisher — T. P. Ritzema. 

Lond<m Office— 85, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Holborn 5770. 
(Advt., p. 571.) 

XrORTHERN DAILY TELEGRAPH. Evening, id. 
LN Libebal.— Established 1886. 

Circulates in Blackburn, and almost every town and village 
in East Lancashire and West Yorkshire. It is the most popular 
journal in the district. The area which the Northern Daily 
Telegraph covers is one of the wealthiest and most thickly 
populated in the kingdom. 

The Telegraph is thoroughly up-to-date in every department, 
and contains the latest commercial, local, general, and foreign 
news, markets, sporting, &c. It reaches all classes of readers. 

Publisher — T. P. Ritzema. 

London Office— 85, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Holborn 6770. 
(Advt., p. 671.; 



BliACILPOOIi.— (Lanca<At><rO 

"The Brighton of the North," and frequented by over a million visitori 
annually. Its extensive sea view, fine sands, and magnificent promenade 
andcarriage-drive three miles long,are unequalled in the kingdom, whilst 
its tempered westerly breezes the year round are peculiarly invigorating. 
Kesident population (1911)58,376; visiting population, during the season, 
800,000.— Paper* for the district— 

BLACKPOOL HERALD. Tuesday and Friday, Id. 
Established November, 1843. 
Circulates in Blackpool, Fleetwood, Poulton, Kirkham, 
Lytham, St. Annes-on-the-Sea, the Fylde, and over Wvre 
agricultural districts, and Lancashire and Yorkshire generally. 
Advocates the interest of the district, and is a good family 
newspaper. Also issues a special edition for Fleetwood. 
Publisher — F. Andrews. 
London Office— 151, Fleet Street, E.C. 

BLACKPOOL TIMES AND FYLDE OBSERVER. 
Wednesday and Saturday, Id. 

Libebal. — Established June, 1877. 

Circulates in Blackpool, St. Annes-on-the-Sea, Lytham, 
Fairhaven, Bispham, Norbreck, Thornton, Cleveleys, Kossall. 
Poulton, Kirkham, Garstang, and the agricultural district of 
the Fylde (the country included between Preston, Lancaster, 
and the sea-coast), and includes the county borough of Black- 
pool, six urban districts, besides numerous rural districts of the 
county. 

Publisher — B. Bowman. 

London Office— 86, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Holborn 2791. 

BLACKPOOL WEEKLY STANDARD. Friday. Gratis. 
Independent. Established 1898. 
Circulated free in Blackpool and District. Gives a selection 
of local news and illustrations- 
Peopeibtobs : Collins & Co., Blackpool (1911) Ltd, 

GAZETTE-NEWS FOR BLACKPOOL, FLEETWOOD, 
ST. ANNES, LYTHAM, &c. Tuesday, id. ; Friday, Id- 

Progbessive Consebvativb.— Established 1873. 

Circulates extensively amongst the inhabitants and visitors of 
Blackpool, Fleetwood, Lytham, St. Annes-on-the-Sea, Cleve- 
leys, Thornton, Bispham, Poulton-le-Fylde, Preesall, and the 
whole of the villages in the Fylde agricultural district. 

Gives full reports of all local matters, writes with a free tone 
upon political and other subjects, is altogether a well-edited 
newspaper, and is the recognised medium for all public and 
official announcements. 

Proprietors — Blackpool Gazette-News (Ltd.). 

London Office — ^21, Paternoster Square, E.C. Tele. Central 
1528. 



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01.AEMAIJ WKmVi'S[tf^G -(Merionethshire.) 

Principally devoted to the slate and (cranite Industry. PopuUtlon (ISII) »,t82- 
—Pap«r» for the dutriet— 

GWYLIEDYDD NEWYDD (New Watchman). Tuesday, li. 
Established 1877. 
Gives the local and general news in Welsh. 
Puhlither — Lewis Davis. 

YRHEDEGYDD. Saturday, \d. 
Independent. 
Chiefly devoted to local news, and printed in Welsh. Very 
popular in the district. 
Pbopbietobb— J. D. Davies and Co. 

li li A ElV AVOW .—(Afonmouthshire.) 

There are extensive ironworks at Blaonavon and it has a population of (1911) 
1»,010. /'op«r for (As diitriet— 

BLAENAVON AMD ABERSYCHAN WEEKLY ARGUS. 
Friday Id. 
A localised edition of the South Wales Weekly Argus, 
Newport. (Advt., p. 675.) 

UI^AlVDFOltD.— (/>or«et«Air«.) 

The central niarlcet-town of Dorset, containing (1911) S.478 inhabitants.— 
Paper for th» dUtrict— 

BLANDFORD AND EAST DORSET HERALD. 
Thursday, Id. 
See Poole, Parkstone and East Dorset Herald. 

Mi A Y»OW .—(i)wrAam.) 

A thriving tovn on the Tyne, Ave miles west of Gateshead. Population 
(1918) 33,000.— Poper for th* dUtrict~ 

BLAYDON COURIER. Friday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1906. 
Contains the news of the Chester-le-Street Parliamentary 
Division. 
Peoprietobs— R. Jackson & Co. (Advt., p. 668.) 

BliXTH.— (A^ortAwmJer/anrf.) 

A considerable seaport town, with a population of (1911) 11,100.— Paj>«r tor 
ikr distriet— 

BLYTH NEWS. Monday and Thursday, id. 
Neutbal.— Established 1874. 
Circulates in Blyth and in the extensive mining and agri- 
cultural districts comprised in the Morpeth and Wansbeck 
parliamentary divisions. 
Publisher — T. C. Nicholson. 
London Office— 165, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele., Central 6716. 

BOSMIW.— ( ComwalU 

The assize town. Population (1911) 5,734.— Pap«r» for tht dittriet— 

CORNISH AND DE70N POST. (Bodmin and Wadebridge 
edition). Friday, Id. 
LiBBBAL.— Established Nov., 1898. 

Circulates in Bodmin, Wadebridge, Padstow, and the county. 
A reprint of the Cornish and Devon Post, 
See under Launceston. 

CORNISH GUARDIAN (incorporates the Cornish Leader.) 
Friday, Ud. 
Independent. — Established 1901. 
Circulates in Bodmin and the county. 

The Chiardian is independent in politics and unbiased in its 
local policy. It is an excellently got-up paper, and full of town 
and district news. Issues a series of localised editions. 
Pbopbietob — A. Browning Lyne. 

BOC^WOIK.— (S'u5«ex.) 

A rising seaside town, muRh resorted to by vi Itors during the season. Popu- 
lation (1911)8,142— Poper /or tht district— 

BOGNOR OBSERVER, VISITORS' LIST, AND WEST 
SUSSEX RECORDER. Wednesday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1872. 
Circulates in Bognor and county. 

The Observer gives the local news and a complete list of 
visitors. 
Pbopbietobs— R. J. Acford, Ltd. 

BOIiTOltf. — {Lancashire.') 

la a parliamentary and municipal borough in Lancashire, and is indebted for 
its importance to its cotton manufactories, iron works, and bleaching 
establishments; the improved mechanism of the former branch of trade 

B having originated here, by Samuel Orompton, inventor of tne spinning 
1 mule, machinery to a great extent is manufactured. Numerous collieries 

are in the neighbourhood, and between this place and Wigan are found 
large quantities of cannel coal. Population of Borough (1911) 180,886.— 
I'apers for the dittriet— 
OLTON CATHOLIC HERALD. Friday, Id. 
Catholic. Established 1893. 
Circulates in Bolton and surroundinjj districts. 
All the news of the Catholic Church in the district appears in 
lits pages, with general and local intelligence. 
Publishers — New Catholic Press, Ltd. 

London Office — 8, Bouverie Street, E.G. Tele. Central 4289. 
B;Advt.,p. 607.) 



BOLTON CHRONICLE. Friday, Id. 
CONSEBVATIVE.- Established October, 1824. 

Circulates through Bolton, Farn worth, Kersley, Little Lever 
Eccles, Swinton, Patricroft, Little Hulton. Worsley, Manchester, 
Blackburn, Wigan, Rarasbottom, Bury, Cnorley, Darwen, West- 
houghton, Turton, Halliwell, Heywood, RadclifiEe, Horwioh, 
Rivington, Adlington, Blackrod, Atherton, Tyldesley, Leigh, 
Hindley, Southport, Blackpool, Lytham, and all the surround- 
ing villages. 

Distinguished for its S3'mpathy with all efforts for the social 
and moral elevation of the masses in the manufacturing 
districts^ and is a paper of general information on manufactur- 
ing, social, political, local and literary topics. 

Manager— W. H. Kitching. (Advt., p. 659.) 

London Office— 92, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. City 6670. 

BOLTON EVENING CHRONICLE. Jd. 
Conservative.— Established 1870. 
A smart up-to-date paper. Circulates as above. Issues a 
Green Final Sports Edition on Saturday night. 
Manager— W . H. Kitching. (Advt., p. 559.) 
London Office— 92, Fleet Street, B.C. Tele. City 6670. 

BOLTON EVENING NEWS. Daily, id. 
Liberal.— Established March 1867. 

Circulates in Bolton and the outlying townships: also in 
Farnworth, Bury, Radcliffe, Chorley, Hindley, Horwich, West 
Houghton, Wigan, Tyldesley, Leigh, and adjacent localities. 

The News has been enlarged to 48 full-sized columns, and 
has full telegraphic and telephonic services each day ; also 
gives reports in extenso of all important meetings and events in 
these towns and districts. Also serial and short stories are 
a feature of this journal. 

In its Leading Articles a warm support is given to Liberal 
politics, and great attention is paid to questions of local 
interest. 

Proprietors— Tillotson & Son (Ltd.). 

London Office — Temple Bar House, 23, Fleet Street, E.G. 
Tele. Central 3556. (Advt. facing title.) 

BOLTON WEEKLY JOURNAL AND QUARDLA.N. 
—Friday, Id. 

LiBEBAL.— Established November, 1871. 

Circulates in Bolton, in all the 26 townships of the Bolton 
Union, and adjacent districts. 

The Bolton Journal and Chiardian is probably the English 
newspaper most distinctively wedded to the publication of 
fiction, as a feature of the family newspaper. Among its con- 
tributors may be found most of the distinguished novelists of 
the day. A prominent feature is articles on local and civic 
questions which, with its service of special signed articles, 
give it a front place in enterprising journalism. The usual 
features of a newspaper, including illustrations of local 
and national interest, are maintained at a high level ; 
indeed, the Bolton Journal and Guardian deservedly ranks 
among the first weekly newspapers. 

Pbopbietobs— Tillotson & Son (Ltd.). 

London Office — Temple Bar House, 23, Fleet Street, E.G. 
Tele. Central 3556. (Advt. facing title.) 

CRICKET AND FOOTBALL FIELD. Saturday, Id. 
Established 1884. 
Devoted exclusively to the interests of the National Games. 
Gives full and exclusive reports of matches everywhere. An 
authority on all poinds of cricket and football. 
NOTE. — This publication is suspended during the war. 
Pbopbietobs — Tillotson & Son (Ltd.). 
London Office — Temple Bar House, 23, Fleet Street, E.G. 
Tele. Central 3556. (Advt., p. facing title.) 

^OWWTtE^.— {Lancashire.) 

A county borough, situate on the estuary of the Mersey. Bootle is the 
seat of the American timber and shipping trades, and its commodious 
docks are used by the large lines of ocean-going steamships. Extensive 
factories exist in the borough. Population (1915) 74,000.— Popws for the 
dittriet— 

BOOTLE HERALD. Friday, Id. 
CONSEBVATIVE. — Established 1895. 
Circulates in Bootle and district. 

The Herald ably supports the policy of the Conservative 
Party. The paper is full of local and district news, with a good 
selection of general news. 
Puhlish^m ~R. Johnson & Co. (Ltd.). 
London Office— lU, Fleet Street, E.G. 

BOOTLE TIMES. Friday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1876. 
Circulates in Bootle, Litherland, Seaforth, &c. 
A good local newspaper. 
Publishers — Bootle Times (Ltd.) 
London Office— Ub, Fleet Street, B.C. Tele. Holborn 4934. 



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rrTALTON TIMES AND NORTH LIVERPOOL TIMES. 
VV Friday, Id. 

Circulates in Walton, Aintree, Fazakerley and Sefton. 

A reprint of the Bootle Times, 

WATERLOO TIMES. Friday, Irf. 
Established 1876. 
Circulates in Waterloo, Crosby, Blundelleands, &c. 
A reprint of the BootU Timet. 

BOSTOIf.— fZ«nco/n*A»V«.) 

li a proiperlng town, and the chief place of the Holland division of Llneoln- 
Bhire. The outfall of the riTer has been greatly improved, and a 
large dock completed. In connection therewith are Continental 
(Antwerp, Rotterdam, and Hamburg), London and Hull Steamship 
Lines. It carries on an extensive trade with South America, Russia, 
the North of Europe in deals, battens, iron, linen, hemp, grain, and balks ; 
and imports coals from Scotland, Sunderland, and Newcastle. It exports 
a large 'luantity of coals from the Midlands and South Yorkshire. There 
ars several important manufactories of linseed c&ke, tobacco and cigars, 
mustard, catsup, and feather purifying works in the town and neigh- 
bourhood. Population (IBll) 16,879.— Papers for the dittriet— 

BOSTON GUARDIAN, SKEGNESS ADVERTISER, AND 
LINCOLNSHIRE INDEPENDENT. Saturday, l<i. 

LiBBRAL. — Established January, 1854. 

Circulates throughout the county of Lincoln. 

Claims to be the oldest and largest penny paper published 
in the county. 

Advocates legislation conducive to the public good. The 
local county ana general news of the week is given fully. 

Proprietors — The Lincolnshire Newspaper and General 
Printing Co. (Ltd.) 

London Office— 151, Fleet Street, E.G. 

LINCOLNSHIRE STANDARD, with which is incorporated 
the Boston Independent and Linoolmhire Advertiser. 
Friday (for Sat.) Id. 
Unionist.— Established 1878. 

Circulates in Boston, Spalding, Peterborough, Lincoln, Hom- 
caatle, Skegness, and throughout Lincolnshire, and in the 
adjoining counties. 

It is in every respect a good family newspaper. 
The Lincolnshire Standard includes the Boston and Lincoln- 
shire Standard, the Spalding and Lincolnshire Standard and the 
Horncastle, Spilsby, Alford and Lines. Standard. 
FBOTRiETona— Lincolnshire Standard (Ltd.). (Advt., p. /569.) 

BOURIV E,— {Lincolnshire.) 

A. market town In an agricultural district. Population, 4,344 : rural dlitrlct 
ll.m.—i'aper/or the dutnet— 

LINCOLNSHIRE FREE PRESS. Tuesday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1847. 
A localized edition of the Lincolnshire Free Press published 
at Spalding {see under Spalding). 

BOURinrCSinOlJTH.— (ifampfAtre.) 

A watering-place of great celebrity, most pleasantly situatedon the southern 
ooast, which has risen into great favour within ths last few years. It 
has the peculiar advantage of a double or continuout leaton. In the 
summer months it is nUed with the usual class of seaside visitors, and in 
the winter its mild and dry climate, and its protection from easterly 
winds, have rendered it a place of resort for Invalids. PoDUlation 
(1911) ao,(m.-Papert/orthe dUtriet- "vu«""u 

BOURNEMOUTH DAILY ECHO. id. 
Independent.— Established 1900. 
Circulates largely in Bournemouth and the populous 
surrounding districts. Is well served with news by a private 
telegraph wire from Fleet Street. 

Publishers— B.ampnhire Advertiser County Newspaper Co., 
Ltd. 

London Office— 69, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Holbom 2169 
(Advt., p. 659.) 

BOURNEMOUTH GRAPHIC. Friday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established 1902. 
Circulates in Bournemouth and district amongst residents 
and visitors. 

The il'ustrated journal for the Southern Counties— Its 
special features are its cartoons, illustrations and local and 
distnct news. 

Pboprietobp.— Bournemouth Graphic Publishing Co. 

BOURNEMOUTH GUARDIAN. Saturday, 1 if. 
Neutral.- Established August, 1883. 
Circulates in Bournemouth, Christchurch, Southampton, 
Poole, Parkstone, Wimbome, Ringwood, Wareham, &c. 

Devotes many columns to the local and district news of the 
week and 18 in every way an excellent family newspaper, 
fcpecial editions are issued for Poole and Swanage and for the 
county generally. 

Manager— E. A. Colborne. 

London Office— 92, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. City 6870. 



BOURNEMOUTH VISITORS' DIRECTORY, AND POOLE 
CHRISTCHURCH, k EAST DORSET ADVERTISER. 
Wednesday and Saturday, l<i. 
Indepkndent.— Established 1858. 

Circulates extensively among the residents and visitors in 
Bournemouth, Poole, Christchurch, Wimborne, South Hants 
and East Dorset. 
Publishers— W. Mate k Sons (Ltd.). 
London Office— I3i, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. City 7984. 

SOUTHERN GUARDIAN, with which is incorporated the 
Bland/ord and Sturmi7itter News, and the Weekly News 
for Hants and Dorset. Saturday, Id. 
Circulates through a wide district in Dorset and Hants. 
A reprint of the Bournemouth Ouardian. 

B l^A.CWL'EJBrs:,— {Northamptonshire.) 

It an important agricultural district, and in chr midst of four well-known 
hunts. It has stations on the London and North Western and Great Cen- 
tral Railways, and has two large ale and porter breweries. The town is 
also of acknowledged salubrity from its elevated position. Population 
(1911) i.ea— Paper for tht dittrUt— 

BRACKLEY OBSERVER. Friday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established May, 1856. 
Circulates in Brackley and throughout the counties of 
Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire, and Oxfordshire. 
Pboprietobs— Exors. of T. W. Pankhurst, Bicester. 

BRABFORB.— ( Yorkshire.) 

Is an Important manufacturing town, rendered by the introduction of ths 
Alpaca wool by the late Sir Titus Salt, Bart., second only to Leeds. His 
works are at Saltaire (named after himself), and are among the largest 
in the kingdom. Those of Messrs. John Foster & Sons, of Queensbury, 
are also most extensive. Bradford is the principal seat of the yam and 
stuff manufactures; and the great mart for the long wool of which they 
are composed. Damask, mnreen, mixed worsted and silk, and silk goods 
are made in great quantities. The extensive iron works at Bowling and 
Low Moor have contributed greatly to the prosperity of Bradford. It 
returns three members to Parliament. Population (1911) 288,606.— Popers 
for the dittriet— 

BRADFORD CATHOLIC HERALD. Saturday, Id. 
National and Catholic. Established 1884. 

Circulates in England, Scotland, and Ireland. 

Advocates National Independence, and the cause of labour 
generally : gives full reports of all Catholic news. Is also 
a supporter of the Roman Catholic body, and devotes consider- 
able space to local Catholic intelligence. 

Proprietors — New Catholic Press, Ltd. 

London Office — 8, Bouverie Street, E.C. Tele, Central 4289. 
(Advt., p, 507.) 

BRADFORD DAILY ARGUS, ^d. 
Unionist.— Established January, 1892, 

Circulates very extensively throughout Bradford and district. 
In its collection and presentation of naws it is thoroughly 
up-to-date, the latest telegrams from all over the world being 
included within an hour of going to press. The Argus 
devotes special attention to local affairs, and its leading 
comments on matters affecting the welfare of the community 
are an outstanding feature. 

The Sporting and home columns are fully represented. 

Publisher — J. Patterson. 

London Office— lb\, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Central 6903, 
(Advt., p. 515.) 

BRADFORD DAILY TELEGRAPH. Nine editions, id. 
Liberal.— Established 1868. 

Circulates extensively in the city of Bradford, Shipley, 
Bingley, Keighley, Skipton, the whole of the townships and 
villages in the Spen, Aire and Wharfe Valleys, and the 
northern division of the West Riding of Yorkshire. 

The Telegraph is thoroughly and independently Liberal in 
politics, ihe local, district, and general news of the day 
is presented with such fulness as to render the Telegraph a 
complete paper in itself, while its telegraphic intelligence — 
general, commercial, and sporting — is that of a first-class daily 
paper. Special attention is given to reports of the Bradford 
wool and other markets. 

Pbopbietobs — The Bradford and District Newspaper Co. 
(Lim.). 

London Office— 62, Ludgate Hill, E.C. Tele. City 3678. 

BRADFORD PIONEER. Friday, id. 
Labour.- Established 1913. 
Circulates in Bradford, Shipley and Bingley. Deals with 
Parliamentary and Municipal Politics and general topics from 
the Labour point of view. 
Published at the Labour Institute, Church Bank. 

BRADFORD WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. Friday, 2d. 
Libbbal.— Established 1869. 
Contains all the features of a high-class family newspaper. 
Profusely illustrated. Serial and short stories, literary and 
general news, local gossip, &c. 

Pboprietobs — The Bradford and District Newspaper Co, 
(Ltd.). 
London Office— 62, Ludgate Hill, E.C. Tele. City 8578. 



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FOOTBALL ARGUS. Saturday. Jd. 
Established li<09. 
Gives reports of all Saturdays matches, notes and comments 
on local games and players. 
Fublisher.i— Bradford k County Constitutional Press Co. Ltd. 
London Offlce~-l5l, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Central 6903. 

LAISTERD^KE AND BOWLING NEWS. Friday morn., li. 
Nkutbal.— Established 1895, 
The local paper for East Bradford Parliamentary division. 
Proprietors— Birdsall & Co., Stanningley. 

WOOL RECORD. Established 1909. Thursday, 21». per 
annum. 
Exclusively devoted to wool interests. 
Published at 10, Booth Street. 

YORKSHIRE OBSERVER, established in 1834 as the 
Bradford Observer, Daily. Id. Special Wool Market 
Editions Monday and Thursday afternoons. 

Liberal.— Established February 6, 1834. 

The Yorkshire Observer, is a first class county paper, ranking 
amongst the few great Provincial penny dailies. Published 
simultaneously in Bradford and Leeds, it circulates all over 
Yorkshire and in the neighbouring counties, but particularly 
covers the great centres of population in the West Riding. It 
is the only penny Liberal paper in the county, and has a 
unique position, as it is recognised all the world over as the 
highest authority on matters connected with the Woollen and 
Worsted Industries. As such, it has for so long been essential 
to business men throughout a wide and very wealthy area, as 
to be read by all parties alike as a matter of course. The 
Observer has the further advantage of being the only morning 
paper published in Bradford. 

Proprietors- The Yorkshire Observer (Ltd.), 

London Office— Y12, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Holbom 1107, 

YORKSHIRE OBSERVER BUDGET. Saturday, 2d. 
Liberal.— Established August 7, 1869. 

Circulates largely not only in Bradford and Leeds and the dense 
population of the West Riding, but throughout Yorkshire and 
the adjoining counties. 

Contains a carefully-prepared digest of the week's news, both 
local and general ; original articles, serial fiction, illustrations, 
and abundant literary selections ; and is expressly designed for 
family reading. 

Editions are published on Friday and Saturday, 

Proprietors— The Yorkshire Obsej-ver (Ltd,). 

London Office— 112, Fleet Street, E,C. Tele. Holbom 1107. 

YORKSHIRE SPORTS, Saturdav evening journal. \d. 
Established 1900. 

A paper devoted entirely to Sports and Pastimes. It contains 
full reports of same day's football and cricket matches. Gossip 
and notes of experts. Reports of all same day's sporting events, 
in fact a complete athletic journal for Bradford and the West 
Riding of Yorkshire. 

Proprietors— The Bradford and District Newspaper Co. 
(Lim.). 

London Office— 62, Ludgate Hill, E.G. Tele. City 3578. 

B R A T'XTnmWj.— (Essex. ) 

IB a market-town. The district is principally agricultural'; but manufactnreB 
of Bilk, crape, and straw-pl&ic are carried on. Population (19U) 6,168.— 
Papert/or the diatrict — 

BRAINTREE AND BOOKING ADVERTISER. Wed., Id, 
Independent— Established September 28, 1859. 
Circulates in Braintree, Becking, Bardfield, Dunmow, Cogges- 
hall, Kelvedon, Finchingfield, Witham, &c. 

Devotes a considerable proportion of its space to reports of 

local meetings and occurrences of interest in the district in 

which it circulates. The latest London and country markets 

are fully given. 

Proprietors— JTwea? Weekly JVervs Series (Ltd.) (Ad., p, 659.) 

BRAINTREE GAZETTE. Thursday, Id. 
Independent, 
{See Halsteadand Colne Valley Gazette, Halstead.) 

BllECO]¥.— (J?rccAnocA«Atre.) 

The County Town. It is delightfully Bituated at the connuence of the 
Honddu with the Usk. The population of the county ig chiefly engaged 
in agriculture, but in the southern portion there is a large number of 
people employed In coal mining and industries dependent on the coal fields. 
Breconshire returns one member to the House of Commons. Brecon is 
one of the most improving towns in South Wales. Population (19111 
i^f».— Paper* for the district— 

BRECON COUNTY TIMES, Wednesday for Thursday, Id. 
Conservative and Unionist. Estabiishedl866. 
Circulates throughout the county of Brecon, and the border 
counties of Hereford, Radnor, Carmarthen, Pembroke, Glam- 
organ and Monmouth. It is the recognised county organ for 
all business purposes, and the oldest newspaper but one printed 
in the Principality, 
Local and county news given in full. 
PROPRlETOBa— ^r<fc<j» Gmnty Timet (Ltd.). (Advt., p. 559.) 



BRECON AND RADNOR EXPRESS, CARMARTHEN 
AND SWANSEA VALLEY GAZETTE, AND BRYN- 
MAWR DISTRICT ADVERTISER. 

Wednesday for Thursday, Id, 
Liberal.- Established July, 1889. 

Circulates in Breconshire, Radnorshire, Carmarthenshire, 
parts of Montgomeryshire. Herefordshire, Monmouthshire 
and the mining districts of Glamorganshire. 

The Express is most carefully conducted, every detail being 
under personal supervision. It has many excellent features. 
Proprietor— G. E. Sayce. (Advt., p. 669.) 

B RSIVTFORB.— (AfuU/eMX.) 

a county town, with a population of (1911) 16,584.— Paper for tht 
dUtriet- 

OOUNTY OF MIDDLESEX INDEPENDENT. 
Wednesday and Saturday, ^d. 
Independent. — Established 1882. 

Circulates in Brentford, Twickenham, Hounslow, Isleworth, 
Chiswick, Acton, Gunnersbury, and district. 
Proprietors— Brentford Printing and Publishing Co. (Ltd.) 
Tele. Ealing 1032. 

B B B If OOn. —(Stafordshtre.) 

An ancient market-town in the rich agricultural dlitrlct of Weat Stafford, on 
the borders of Salop, with several seats of the nobility and gentry in its 
immediate vicinity ; also a richly endowed Orammar School, to which 
has been added au Agricultural College in connection with the County 
Council. Population of the diatrict (ISll) 11.223.— Paper tor the district— 

BREWOOD COURIER AND WEST STAFFORDSHIRE 
COUNCILLOR. Friday for Saturday, Id. 
Independent. — Established 1895. 
A local edition of the Cannock Chase Courier. (Advt., p. 561.) 

aWlTnG'E^n,— (Glamorganshire.') 

A market-town on the Ogmore. It has extenslre tanneries and fonndrlei. 
There are large iron-works and collieries In the immediate vicinity. 
It is also in the fertile Vale of Glamorgan, where agriculture haa 
arrived at such a high state of perfection. Popolation (IBII) 8,00,— 

Papers for the district- 

GLAMORGAN GAZETTE, Friday, Id. 
INDEPENDENT.— Established 1866, 

The one popular paper for Bridgend, Port Talbot, Aberavon, 
Maesteg, Ogmore and Garw Valleys, Cowbridge, and the other 
great mineral and agricultural districts of Bridgend and 
Central Glamorgan, 

The Gazette opens its columns freely for fair discussion of 
local and imperial topics. All matters of local interest are 
carefully and copiously reported. Mining and agriculture 
are made important features. 

Publishers — The Central Glamorgan Printing and Publishing 
Co. (Lim,). 

SOUTH AND MID-GLAMORGAN CHRONICLE. 
Friday, id, 
Liberal-Labour,- Established 1879, 
Circulates extensively in Bridgend and throughout Central 
Glamorgan. 

The Chronicle gives all the local news fully, and a selection 
of general intelligence. 
NOTE — This publication is suspended during the war. 
Publishers — The Chronicle Co. 

BWtTnG^OVlTWM..— (Shropshire.) 

A municipal borough, with carpet, spinning and silk-printing manufae. 
tories. li is also a polling-place for thesouthern diviBion of the county. 
Population (1911). 
6,768.— Paper for the district — 

BRIDGNORTH JOURNAL. Saturday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established September, 1854. 
Circulates in Bridgnorth, and throughout South Shrop- 

Advocates social improvement and progress; and contains 
the local news, latest intelligence and a selection of miscel- 
laneous news. 

Proprietor— Rowland Edkins, (Advt,, p, 569.) 

BBIBC^^'AT ^^.—(SoTTiersetshire.) 

A municipal borough, port, and the centre of the Bridgwater parliamentary 
di°i9io" situatSd on the river Parret. Bridgwater is noted for the manu- 
facture of bricks, and It carries on a considerable shipping trade with 
Bristol, and ports in Wales, and other parts of the kingdom. It is also 
the central mart for an important agricultural district. Population of the 
borough (1911) 16,802.— Paper* for the district— 

BRIDGWATER INDEPENDENT AND COUNTY PRESS 
Saturday, Id. 
Liberal. — Established 1871. . 

The only newspaper printed and published m Bndgwater, 
Has a large circulation in the town and throughout the district. 
Its popularity, especially as a local advertising medium, has 
led to its repeated enlargement. 
Proprietor- Harry Law, (Advt,, p, 575,) 



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BRIDGWATER MERCURY, Wednesday, Id. 
Independent. — Established 1855. 

The Bridgwater Mercury is the oldest, largest, and 
acknowledged leading local journal, and enjoys a circulation 
very greatly in excess of any other paper published in the 
district. The area of its circulation embraces four parlia- 
mentary divisions, and includes the towns of Weston-super- 
Mare, Bridgwater, Wells, Glastonbury, Street, Burnham, High- 
bridge, and Williton. 

Proprietors — Woodley, Williams & Dunsford. 

London Office— 15% Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Holborn 982. 
(Advt,, p. 576.) 

B»II>IiIW«TOW.— ( yorA*Aire.) 

Sometimes caUed Burlington. The parish includes BridllngtoD and Bridling- 
ton Quay. The latter bas a fine bay, and many good hotels and lodging 
houses, and is much frequented in summer for sea-batbing. There are 
extensivesea-wallgand promenades, with carriage drive extending a mile 
along the cliffs. This important watering-place now ranks second only t( 
Scarborough. The sands and drives are probably the best in Yorkshire, 
and the two stone piers are the largest and best in England. Population 
(1911) 14.3S4.— Papsri AortA* district— 

BRIDLINGTON CHRONICLE. Friday, li. 
Neutral.— Established 1897. 
Circulates in Bridlington Quay and district. 
The local and district news is givon at length, with listB of 
visitors, general intelligence, &o. 
Pboprietob— W. Forster. 

BRIDLINGTON FREE PRESS. Friday, U<f. 
Progressive.— Established January, 1859, 
Contains full reports of all matters of local interest, together 
with district and general news ; and a large variety of useful 
information and instructive reading — making it one of the 
best family papers in the district. 
Proprietors— iSiJorJormf^AJVercMrv Newspaper Co. (Ltd.). 
London Office— 62, Ludgate Hill, E,C. Tele, City 3578. 
(Advt., p. 533.) 

BItlDPORT — {Dorsetshire.^ 

Is amunlclpal borough, on the river Brit or Bride. It has a good harbour, and 
a brisk coasting trade, with extensive manufactures of sail-cloth, shoe 
thread, lines, and nets. Population (1811) 5,919.— Poper /or the dittrict— 

BRIDPORT NEWS, & DORSETSHIRE, DEVONSHIRE 
AND SOMERSETSHIRE ADVERTISER. Friday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1855. 

It has a very large circulation in populous districts extending 
into the counties of Somerset and Devon. 
Pboprietorv— W. Fcogt. (Advt., p. 515.) 

B»IE» FIEI.©.— (ZancasAtrg.) 

A cotton manufacturing town with a population of (1913) 8,980— P<«)«r for the 

QtKrXCt—' 

T3RIERFIELD LEADER. See Nelson Leader. 
BRIKm^dT V[TJj1j,—(Staff-ordshire.) 

Ii a populous town, lying between Dudley and Stourbridge, and adjoining 
both. It forms an important portion of the parliamentary borough of 
Dudley, and has extensive collieries, flre-clay, glass, brick, and iron 
works. PopuUtlon (1911) 12,lSi.- Papers for the district— 

r^OONTY ADVERTISER. Saturday, Id. 
\y Independbnt— Established 1853. 

Circulates in Brierley Hill, Stourbridge, Wordsley, Kinver 
Kmgswinford, Enville, Dudley, Tipton, Kidderminster, Bridg- 
north, Cleobury, Cradley, Cradley Heath, Blackheath, Rowley 
Regis, Halesowen, Old Hill, Netherton, Bewdley, Stourport, 
Hagley. Belbroughton, Clent, Oldbury Sedgley, and generally 
m South Staffordshire and East and West Worcestershire. 

Proprietors— Ford & Addison (Ltd.), 

London Office— %, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Central 2994. 

COUNTY EXPRESS. 
See under Stourbridge. 

C^V.^JJ HBRALD FOR STAFFORDSHIRE AND 
WORCESTERSHIRE. Saturday, Irf. Established 1897. 
Circulates in Brierley Hill, Cradley Heath, Stourbridge. 
Kidderminster, Rowley, Halesowen, Hagley, Old Hill, Black- 
heath, Langley, Pensnett, Kingswinford, &c, 
A localised edition of the Dudley Herald. 

BR IO€}.— ( Lincolnshire.) 

A market-town, with a population of (1911) tM».— Paper for ths dUtriet- 
INCOLNSHIRE STAR. Saturday, Id. 



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Liberal.— Established 1889. 
CirculatesinBrigg.Gainsboro', the Scunthorpe iron district 
and the villages of North Lincolnshire and the Trent Valley 
Pbopbietobs— itnco^Air« Star Co. (Ltd.). ' 



BRIOH01JSB.— ( Yorkshire.) 

Various manufactures (cotton, silk, woollen) are carried on, numerous 
stone quarries and coal mines near, and there are large corn mills, 
iron and machine works, curriers workshops, &c. Population (1911) 
2P.94S,— Papers for the district— 

BRIGHOUSE ECHO. Friday, Id. 
Independent.— Established June 24, 1887. 
(Incorporates the Brighouse News — Established 1866). 
Circulates in the borough of Brighouse, the Parliamentary 
Division of Elland, and the whole of the surrounding districts. 
It contains the fullest reports of all local events in the 
districts in which it circulates, notices of books, &c. 
Pboprietoes— John Hartley (Ltd.) (Advt., p. 615.) 

BRIGHOUSE FREE PRESS. Thursday, ^. 
A local advertising sheet delivered from house to house 
in Brighouse and district. 
Published by the Premier Printing Co. (Brighouse) Ltd. 



BRICJHTIilWG »EA.-(^ssea;.) 

A small seaside rtsort, with a residential population of C1911)4,4M.— Pap«r/or 
the district— 

BRIGHTLINGSEA NEWS. 
Clacton. 



See East Essex Advertiser, 



BBIOHTOW.— (5'M«ex.") 

Isa parliamentary and municipal borough, and a fashlonablewatering-place 
It possesses great facilities of communication with the metropolis, and 
with other partsof England, by the London, Brighton, and South Coast 
Railway; and is greatly frequented on account of the excellent sea-bath- 
ing. It has often during the season, as many as 70,000 visitors. Popula- 
tion of parliamentary borough (1911) 131,250.— Popsrs /or the district— 

BRIGHTON ADVERTISER. Saturday morning, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1878. 
The Brighton edition of the Sussex County Herald, Lewes. 

BRIGHTON AND HOVE SOCIETY, with which is incor- 
porated the Brighton and Hove Guardian. Thursday, Id, 

Unionist.- Established January 8, 1887. 

Circulates extensively in Brighton, Hove, throughout 
Sussex and in London. 

Is a journal of gossip, criticism, literary reviews, sketches 
and society doings. Essentiallj^ light and pleasing in its tone, 
it has many fashionable contributors, and is a society paper. 

Proprietors— Emery & Son (Ltd.). 

London Office — 131, Finsbury Pavement, E.G. Tele. London 
Wall 5756. 

BRIGHTON AND HOVE TIMES. Friday, Id. 
Conservative-Independent.— Established April, 1860. 
Circulates in Brighton, Hove, and Sussex generally. 
One of the best local Family Newspapers. Contains all the 
week's news and details of forthcoming arrangements. 
Proprietors— W. E. Nash (Ltd.), 

BRIGHTON GAZETTE, HOVE POST, SUSSEX AND 
SURREY TELEGRAPH. Wednesday and Saturday, l<i. 

Conservative-Unionist.— Established 1821. 

Circulates extensively in Brighton, Hove, and the district. 

Advocates with vigour Conservative and Church of 
England principles. Particular attention is paid to the list 
of fashionable arrivals, musical critiques, private assemblies, 
balls, literature, and the fine arts ; as well as to religious and 
other meetings, clerical, military, naval, sporting, dramatic, 
scientific, and general intelligence. It contains also a list of 
fashionable arrivals and departures, court and news. 

Proprietor — W. J. Towner. 

London Office — 69, Fleet Street, E.G. 

BRIGHTON HERALD. Saturday, Itf. 
Established September, 1806. 

Circulates extensively in Brighton and the principal towns in 
the county. 

It is a high class family newspaper, bound to no sect or party, 
but perfectly independent ; it contains accurate reports of all 
public proceedings and events; special attention is paid to 
local intelligence, the drama, concerts, and entertainments 
generally; and the journal is conducted in all its depart- 
ments with great ability. 

Proprietors— Brighton Herald (Ltd.). 

BRIGHTON, HOVE & SUSSEX GRAPHIC. Thursday, Id. 
Independent, Established 1915. 
Gives a pictorial record of the local happenings of the week. 
A paper that makes a popular appeal in the locality, being 
profusely illustrated with local portraits and views. 
Publisher — T. Frampton Carter. 

BRIGHTON OBSERVER. Friday, Id. 
Independent. — Established 1856. 
A reprint of the East Sussex Neios. 
See imder Lewes. 



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BRIGHTON STANDARD & FASHIONABLE VISITORS' 
LIST. Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, 2d. 
Established 1865. 
Its contents are designed for fashionable readers who reside 
in or visit Brighton and Hove; they comprise the arrivals 
posted up to date, hotel lists, and visitors' general directory ; 
also fashionable intelligence, and notices of entertainments, 
with notes on current tonics and forthcoming events. 
Pboprietoh— Edward Fox Patmer. 

EVENING ARGUS. Daily, id. 
Independent.— Established 1880. 

The Evening Argus is recognised thoughout a wide area as 
the most popular paper in the South, and its extensive sale 
among all classes of the community gives it exceptional value. 
The services of foreign, home, financial, and local news and 
sporting intelligence are thoroughly well organized, and the 
fact that the latest news is published considerably in advance 
of the London papers leads to an eager demand in clubs, 
hotels, reading rooms, and by all to whom it is of ntoment to 
obtain the news of the hour. Great attention is devoted to 
cricket, football, cycling, and all kinds of sports, and in the 
homes of the people there is no paper that is read with greater 
regularity and more appreciated. Frequent editions are 
puDlished daily. 

PROPBIETOB&— The Southern Publishing Co. (Lim.), 130, 
North Street. 

London Ofjke^Sd, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Holborn 2268. 

MORNING ARGUS. Daily, hd. 
Independent. Established 1896. 
The morning edition of the Evening Argus. 

SOUTHERN WEEKLY NEWS. Saturday, Irf. 
Independent.— Established 1876. 
Circulates throughout the county of Sussex and in 
the adjacent districts of Kent, Surrey, and Hampshire, and 
thoroughly represents the important agricultural and com- 
mercial interests of its extensive district. It gives a care- 
fully compiled review of the general news of the week. It 
f resents the local intelligence in a bright and attractive form, 
t contains several special features which none of the other 
local papers possess. It is one of the beat advertising mediums 
south of the Metropolis. 

Propbietoks— The Southern Publishing Co. (Limited), 130, 
North Street. 
London Office— S9, Fleet Street, B.C. Tele. Holborn 2268. 

SUSSEX DAILY NEWS. Id. 
Independent.— Established 1868. 

Circulates very largely in Brighton and all the towns and 
villages in the county of Sussex, and in the bordering districts 
of the adjacent counties — Surrey, Kent, and Hants. 

It is the leading morning paper in the large district which 
it covers. Advocates local public measures with perfect impar- 
tiality. Accurate and detailed reports are given of every local 
event and public meeting, combined with the latest metro- 
politan, parliamentary, market, sporting, foreign, and home 
news, supplied by special agencies. 

Much attention is also paid to art, science, and literature ; 
and the almost daily publication of special articles forms a 
popular feature. 

Pbopbietobs— The Southern Publishing Co. (Limited), 130, 
North Street. 

London Office— &9, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Holborn 2268. 

SUSSEX EVENING TIMES. Daily, id. 
Consebvative-Independent.— Established July, 1880. 
Circulates in Brighton, Worthing, Lewes, Eastbourne, 
Hastings, and the county of Sussex generally. 

Is independent of party ties. It contains a full supply of all 
the latest sporting, home, foreign, local and general news, 
kcicc. 

NOTE — This jtublication is suspended during the war. 
Pbopbietobs— W. E. Nash (Ltd.). 

nmmTOTi.— (Gloucestershire.) 

Briitol oceupicB the seTentb place among the largest towns In England 
and in iti rontrilmtiona to the National Exchequer it itand* third 
among the great ports. Its chief IndustrieB include shipping and the 
varions agencies which depend on shipping. It is surrounded bjr 
coalflclds. 

Amon; Its larger imports are grain, prorisions.fruit, timber, wine, oil and 
dairy produce. It is an important manufacturing centre for tobacco, 
cocoa, cnttnn, clothing, corsets, boots and shoes, confectionery, 
enfinecring, glass, bats, paper bags, soap, etc. 

The leading educational instuutlons include Bristol University, Clifton 
College, Bristol (irammar School, The Merchant Venturers' Technical 
College, CllfU)n High .School f )r Girls, Redland High School for Girls and 
Colston School for Girls. Clifton Is the fashionable suburb of Bristol. 

The popnlatio n of Bristol in 1914 was 363,312, and the city returns four members 
to Parliament.— Pap^r»/or Uu dittriet— 

AVONMOUTH MAIL & SHIPPING GAZETTE. 
Friday, ^d. Established 1911. 
Circulates in A vonmouth, Shirehampton and Bristol. Con- 
tains the local news of the week and pays special attention to 
Shipping intelligence. 
Publisher — J. Wigmore Cook, The Barton, Bristol. 



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BRISTOL CATHOLIC HERALD. Friday, Id. 
CATHOLIC. Established 1896. 
Circulates in Bristol and the south-west of England. 
Gives all the Catholic News of the district, with general and 
local intelligence. 
FuhUthers — New Catholic Press (Ltd.). 
London Office — 8, Bourerie Street, B.C. Tele. Central 4289. 
(Advt.,607.) 

BRISTOL EVENING NEWS. \d. 
Independent.— Established 1877. 
Circulates in Bristol and the neighbouring counties. 
Gives in its six editions the day's news — commercial, 
political, foreign, and general. Special athletic edition every 
Saturday night. 
Publuhe^a—yfB.\\»T Reid & Son, Ltd. 
London O/^ce— 69, Fleet Street, B.C. (Advt., p. 659.) 

BRISTOL EVENING TIMES AND ECHO. Daily, K 
Unionist.— Established October, 1904. 
Circulates in the City and in Gloucestershire, Somerset, and 
Wilts. 

A well arranged evening paper with all the usual features, 
telegrami, latest markets, &c. 
PUBLISHEKS — Bristol Times and Jl^irror, Ltd. 
London Office^lS5, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Holborn 4962. 
(Advt.,p. lOU.) 

BRISTOL EXPRESS. Wednesday, ^. 
Independent.— Established 1911. 
Circulates in Bristx^l and suburbs. A general advertising 
paper containing a selection of local news. 
Pbopbietobs- Smith & Co. 

BRISTOL GUARDIAN. Saturday, i<f. 
Consebvative. 
This is a good family weekly newspaper which combines a 
selection of local and general news of the week with many 
interesting magazine features. The comments of the Bristol 
Guardian are ably and readably written, and the journal is 
attractively made up. 
Offices— 23, Bridge Street. 
London Office— 85, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Holborn 2791. 

RISTOL OBSERVER. Saturday, Irf. (Illustrated.) 
Established 1859. 

Circulates throughout the counties of Gloucester, Somerset, 
Wilts, Dorset, Devon, Hereford, Monmouth, and Glamorgan. 

Contains a complete selection of the most interesting events 
of the week, pictorial sketches, original literary contributions 
by popular authors, and the London and foreign telegrams. 
Nine separate district editions. 

Publishers — Walter Reid & Son, Ltd. 

London 0;^ce— 69, Fleet Street, E.G. (Advt., p. 559.) 

BRISTOL TIMES AND MIRROR. Daily, Id. ; Saturday, 2d. 
Unionist. — The Bristol Mirror, Established 1774, 
and the Bristol Times, Established 1835, with which was 
incorporated Felix Farley's Bristol Journal, Established 1713, 
were united and first published as a daily in January, 1865. It 
is one of the most widely-circulated journals in the West. 

The Saturday edition of the Bristol Times and Mirror con- 
tains, besides all the News of the Week, numerous original con- 
tributions, comprising Complete and Serial Stories ; *' Cigarette 
Papers " ; a Fashion Letter written by a Lady for Ladies ; 
Market Gardening and Horticulture ; Reviews of New Books ; 
Chatty and Humorous Contributions ; a Children's Corner ; 
Home Hints, Scientific Notes, and other attractive features. 

The Bristol Times and Mirror is the official county Paper for 
Somerset and Gloucestershire, and the only Unionist Journal in 
Bristol. 

Pkopri^toub— Bristol TiTnes and Mirror (Ltd.). 

London Officer— 185, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Holborn 4962. 
(Ad., p. 100.) 

BRISTOL WESTERN DAILY PRESS. Id. 
Libebal-Indbpendent.— Established 1858. 
Circulates in Bristol, Clifton, Bath, Kingswood, Gloucester, 
Cheltenham, Stroud, Trowbridge, Devizes, Cirencester, Chip- 

Eenham, Swindon, Weston-super-Mare, Clevedon, Taunton, 
ridgwater, Ilfracombe, Wells, Exeter, Torquay, Weymouth, 
Bournemouth, Salisbury, Frome, Yeovil, Swansea, Cardiff, 
Newport, Chepstow, Forest of Dean, and the Western counties, 
and South Wales. 

The first established daily paper in the West of England. It 
occupies a high place among the leading provincial journals ; 
reports fully and impartially all national and foreign events ; 
contains a carefully prepared digest of local and general news, 
and generally represents the commercial and agricultural life 
of the western counties of England. 

Publishers— WsMer Reid & Son, Ltd. 

London Office^~59, Fleet Street, B.C. (Advt., p. 559.) 

OLEVEDON MAIL & SOMERSET TIMES. 
Saturday, id. Established 1913. 
Gives the local news of the Clevedon district. 
Publisher— J. Wigmore Cook, The Barton, Bristol. 



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CLIFTON CHRONICLE & DIRECTORr. Wednesday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established 1850. 
A high-class Society Journal of all the fashionable and social 
events of the week, which circulates throughout Gloucester- 
shire, Somersetshire, Wiltshire, and the West of England, &c. 
O^cM— Merchants Road, Clifton, Bristol. 

CLIFTON AND REDLAND FREE PRESS. Thursday, id. 
Neutral.— Established 1890. 
Circulates in Clifton, Redland, Cotham, Westbury Park, 

A complete record of the local and social events of the week. 
Pbopbibtors— The Bristol Free Press & Advtg. Co. (Ltd.) 

GLIFTON SOCIETr. Thursday, Id. 
Neutral.- Established November, 1890. 
A journal of fashion, sport, and social events, for circulation 
in Clifton, Redland, Cotham, and all parts of Bristol. 
Pbopbibtors— J. B. Keene & Co. 
London Office— li5, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Holbom 4934. 

HORFIELD and BISHOPSTON RECORD. Friday, id. 
Neutral.— Established 1894. 
A weekly record of local and other news appealing to this 
well-to-do district. 
Proprietors- Bristol Free Press and Advertising Co. (Ltd. ) 

NORTH SOMERSET GAZETTE. Saturday, id. 
Neutral.— Established 1912. 
Circulates in Bristol, Keynsham, Saltford, Twerton, and Bath. 
An interesting digest of the general news of the week is added 
to the local and district news. 
Publuhers—GeneTBl Publishing Syndicate (Ltd.) 

PORTISHEAD, PORTBURY & PILL GAZETTE. 
Saturday, ^d. Established 1913. 
Contains the local news of Portishead and district. ; 

Publisher— J. Wigmore Cook, The Barton, Bristol. i 

SOUTH BRISTOL FREE PRESS. Saturday, ii. 
Neutral. Established 1909. 
Circulates throughout Knowle, Brislington, Totterdown, 
Southville, Bedminster, Victoria Park, etc. 
Proprietors— Bristol Free Press and Advertising Co., Ltd. 

SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE GAZETTE. Saturday, id. 
Neutral. Established 1913. 
Circulates in the suburbs of Bristol also at Avonmouth and 
the southern district of Gloucestershire generally. 
Puhlishert — General Publishing Syndicate, Ltd. 

SPORTS TIMES. Saturday, id. 
Reports all sport in the West of England. 
Publishers — Bristol Times and Mirror (Ltd.) 
London Office— 185, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Holbom 4692. 
(Advt., p. 100.) 

n'RTJL'Mt AW, —{Devonshire ) 

L»rgetown situate on the western shore of Torbay, in the eastern dlrision 
of the county. It Is said to be one of the largest fisheries in England, 
employing 200 sail of vessels, comprisini; about W),000 tons of shipping, 
and about 1,500 seamen of the town. It was here that William, Prince 
of Orange, landed on NoTember 5th, 1088. Population (1911) 1,96*.— Paper 
for the dUtriet— 

BRIXHAM WESTERN GUARDIAN. Thursdays, l^f. 
Independent. — Established 1882. 
Circulates in Brixham and neighbouring towns. 
A localised edition of the Western Guardian, Totnes. 

BltOAOSTAIIlS.— (Zen;.) 

A much frequented bathing place, with good sands. Populktlon (1911) 8,S29.— 
faptrs tor Ou dittriei~ 

BROADSTAIRS and St. PETER'S MAIL. Wednesday, Id. 
Independent. Established February, 1903. 
Circulates in the Broadstairs, and St. Peter's urban district. 
It contains a full report of Thanet news and is a well com- 
piled paper. 
Publisher — A. Hickmore. 

THANET ADVERTISER. 
See under Ramsgate. 

BROM L. ^ir.—(Kent .) 

A auburban residential and market town in the Sertnoaki Parliamentarr 
DiTisioD.IOmilessouthof London by rail. Recent erections are maDiclDal 
science and art school, a drill hall, a public library, seven Anglican 
churches, a Roman Catholic church, and several cbapeli. The cottage 
hospital hHS been enlarged and recnation grounds provided The 
population of the borough in 1911 was 33,649.— Papers for the dUtrict.— 

BROMLEY CHRONICLE. Thursday, Id. 
Conservative and Unionist. Established 1891. With 
which is incorporated the Bromley and West Kent Telearaoh 
Established 1865. >^9rupn. 

Circulates in Bromley and West Kent generally. 

The news is attractively presented. 

Publishers— The Bromley & West Kent Newspaper Co. (Ltd.) 

BROMLEY JOURNAL. 
See South Eastern Gazette, Maidstone. 



BROMLEY LOCAL GUIDE AND ADVERTISER. 
Saturday, li.— Established 1903. 
Circulates in Bromley, Beckenham and district. A quarto- 
size paper of 16 pages, containing the news of the locality. 
Proprietor — C. A. Hopper. 

BROMLEY TIMES. Friday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1881. 
Circulates in Bromley, Bickley, Plaistow, Sundridge Park, 
Hayes, Shortlands, Beckenham, Farnborough, West Wickham, 
kc. 

The Timss is a purely local paper, read by all classes. 

Office— 3d, East Street. 

Publishers— Kentish District Times Co. (Lim.). (Ad., p. 621.) 

W^EST KENT DISTRICT TIMES. Friday, Id. 
Independent. Established 1900. 
Circulates in the agricultural and small villages throughout 
West Kent, and claims great popularity. Its news is carefully 
gathered by an able stafE of reporters and resident correspon- 
dents. 
It is the popular family newspaper for the district. 
Office— 39, East Street. 
Publishers— Kentish District Times Co. (Lim.) (Ad., p. 521.) 

JBIt0.flS«}ROTJB.— ( Worcetterthire.^ 

A market-town, midway between Birmingham and Worcester, on the Bristol 
and Birmingham section of the Midland Railway. The population in 
1911 was 16,138 (Bromsgrove 8,938, North Bromsgrove 7,210). The chief 
occupation of the inhabitants is nail, boot, clothing, railway wagon 
salt, lint, and button making, market gardening and ornamental 
ironwork.— Poper for the district— 

BROMSGROVE, DROITWICH, AND REDDITCH 
WEEKLY MESSENGER. Friday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established January, 1860. 

Circulates in Bromsgrove, Droitwich, Redditch, and through- 
out a large district of Worcestershire and Warwickshire. 
Manager — J. Bate. 

BTl01fK^A.VtO.— (Herefordshire.) 

A market-town, 14 miles N.B. of Hereford, 14 8.W. of Worcester, and I> 
from Leominster (with all of which it is connected by rail), the centre 
of an important agricultural district. Pcpulation (1911) 1,708.— Poper 
/or the district— 

BROMYARD NEWS AND RECORD. Thursday, Id. 
Independent. — Established July, 1897. 
Circulates in Bromyard and its vicinitv. 
A full report of the lo cal news, with the general intelligence 
and varieties, &c. The only local paper of the district. 
Proprietor- Vincent B. Weeks. 

B R Y ]f MA.mrn—{Brechiockshire.) 

A market town with extensive ironworks, 8 miles from Abergavenny. Popula- 
tion (1911) 1,692.— Paper for the dittrict— 

BRYNMAWR AND BLAINA WEEKLY ARGQS. 
Fridav, Id. 
A localised edition of the South Wales Weekly Argua, Newnort. 
(Advt., p. 575.) 

BUCKFASTIiEIOH.— <i?cvonsAtr«.) 

Important woollpn and serge manufactories, tanneries, Ac, make Buekfatt- 
leigh one of the prominent towns of the neighbourhood from a basinest 
point of view. Population (1911) 2,430. Attracts visitors by reason of 
proximity to River Dart and Dartmoor.- Paper/or the district— 

BUCKFASTLEIGH WESTERN GUARDIAN. Weds., \a. 
Independent.— Established 1882. 
Circulates throughout the Buckfastleigh district, and reports 
local events fully. 
A localised edition of the T» estern Chiardian, Totnes. 

BUCKIWeHAM.— (^iic^twi/AamaAtra.) 

A municipal borough. Agriculture and a milk factory are the chief indnit»l<>« 
Population (1911^ 8,282.— Pap«r for the district— •••w". 

BUCKINGHAM ADVERTISER AND NORTH BUCKS 
FREE PRESS. Saturday, Id. 
Independent. — Established 1853. 

Circulates in Buckinghamshire, Northamptonshire, Oxford- 
shire, and Bedfordshire. 
Proprietors— Walford & Son. (Advt., p. 560.) 

BUB ^—{Gomwall.) 

A watering-place on the North coast of Cornwall, about 17 miles from Lannceston 
Population of Bude and Stratton (1911) 2,3/79.— Paper for the district— 

BUDE AND STRATTON WEEKLY NEWS. 
Saturday, Id. 
A reprint of the Launceston Weekly ^ews. 

B URWHAM.— C5om«r«<*Aif».) 

Is anealtbyano rising watcrma-pixcc >.u luc Bristol Channel, the terminus 
of the Somerset and Dorset Juint Hailway, with a pier for vessels flshing 
boats, and steamers. It is annually the resort of a large numl>er of 
visitors from all parts, and has fine natural golf links. The shipping 
trade and the manof %cture of bricks, tiles, 4c., occupy the space of 
about two miles to Uigburidge, where large markets are held and 
railway locomotive works carried on. Population (1918> 6,000 -Paver for 
the diatrici— 

BURNHAM GAZETTE. Saturday, J<i. 
Established 1864. 
Gives a complete visitors' list of Burnham and distriot. 
Pboprietoes— Patey tc Co. 



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BUBM H AM-0:Rr-CItO UCM (Essex.) 

A 7Mhting centre with « piipaUtion of (itll) 8,180.— Paper /or tAe dUtriet— 

BURNHAM-ON-CROUCH ADVERTISER. Saturday, id. 
Independent. Established February, 1904. 
Circulates throughout the Dengie Hundred of Essex. 
The Advertiser is entirely a local paper and devoted to the 
interests of the town and district. 
Proprietoe— B. Dilliway. 

B U BM !<£¥.— (XaneciAtrv.) 

Iiamu-ket-tuwu,uutlieKiver Urun, 22 miles to the north ward of Manchester. 
It is a prosperous manufacturing locality, ootioo and woollen fabrics and 
machinery being made in large quantities. There are, also, in the town 
and neighbourhood, collieries, iron and brass foundries, breweries, tan- 
neries, and rope-walks. Population (1911) 10«,ayi.—Paptri/or tlie dUtriet— 

BURNLEY AND NELSON CATHOLIC NEWS. 
Friday. Id. CATHOLIC. Established 1905. 
Contains all the Catholic and some general news of the 
district. 
Fublitherg—New Catholic Press, Ltd. 

London Offiee — 8, Bouverie Street, £.C. Tele. Central 4289. 
(Advt., p. 607.) 

BURNLEY EXPRESS AND CLITHBROB DIVISION 
ADVERTISER. Saturday, l^d. ; Wednesday, ^d. 
Unionist.— Established 1862. 

Circulates in Burnley and Clitheroe division. The recog- 
nised advertising medium of all local public bodies. 
Fublishert— Burnley Express Ptg. Co., Ltd. (Advt., p. 560.) 

BURNLEY NEWS. Incorporates the Burnley Gazette. 
Saturday, 16 pages, IJd. ; Wednesday, 8 pages, Jd. 
Liberal.— Established 1912. 

An up-to-date newspaper, well edited and well-compiled 
Local and general illustrations are a feature, and various 
subjects such as labour, education, farm and field, dress and 
cookery, are specially dealt with. 

Pbopbietors— The Bmnley News Ptg. and Pub. Co., Ltd. 
(Advt., p. 560.) 

B C BTOM-OW-TBKIf T.— (5* o^orrfjAtre. ) 

Burton is a county borough in the county of Stafford. It is the chief 
brewing centre in the kingdom and has also aereral iron works, brewery 
engineering works, show Tan and toy works. Population (1911) 48,27*.— 
Papert Jot the dittrict— 

BURTON CHRONICLE. Thursday morning, Irf. 
Incorporates the Burton, Ashby and Coalville Guardian. 
Established over half a century. 
The Burton Chronicle is one of the most extensively 
circulated newspapers in the counties of Derby, Leicester, 
and Stafford, and is the recognised medium for Official and 
auction announcements. 
Proprietor— Chas. Tresise. 

London O/^cc— 143-144, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Central 4450. 
(Advt., p. 617.) 

BURTON DAILY MAIL. id. Unionist.— Estab. 1898. 
The Mail, in addition to full and impartial reports of local 
events, has a splendid service of telegrams, sporting news, tc. 
Publishers — Burton Bally Mail, Ltd, 

London Office — 85, Fleet Street, B.C. Tele. Central 2994- 
(Advt., p. 516.) 

BURTON EVENING GAZETTE. Three editions daily, id. 
Established 1880. 
Circulates amongst the brewing trade, manufacturers, mer- 
chants, and the inhabitants of the district. Press Association's 
and Renter's full service of foreign, general, and sporting 
telegrams. 
Proprietor— Chas. Tresise. 

Xondon 0/^—143-144, Fleet St., B.C. Tele. Central 4460. 
(Advt., p. 517.) 

BURTON OBSERVER AND SOUTH DERBYSHIRE 
MAIL. Thursday, 1<?. 
Unionist.— Established 1898. 

Is a good family and county paper, and contains all the week's 
local news in full. 
Publishe.t s — Burton Baily Mail, Ltd. 

London Office— 85, Fleet Street, B.C. Tele. Central 2994. 
(Advt., p. 516.) 

BUBY. — (Lancashire.) 

A parliamentary borough. It is an improving place, having cotton and 
woollen, paper-making, hat and slipper manufactories, calico-printing 
establishmentB, bieacbing machine making, and iron-works, with coal 
mines in the vicinity. Population (1911) 58,6«9.— Papers /or tfc« <Jistric£— 

BURY GUARDIAN. Wednesday, i<f. ; Saturday, Id. 
Unionist.— Established July 4, 1857. 
Circulates in Bury and throughout South and East Lancashire. 
The Guardian is the advocate of Constitutional government, 
based upon a sincere desire to remedy abuses and advance the 
material progress and well-being of the community. 
! Proprietors — Bury Guardian Co. (Ltd.). 
I London Officer— 115, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Central 2626. 
l(Advt., p. 560.) 



BURY TIMES.— Saturday, IJi. ; Wednesday, id. 
Liberal.— Established July, 1855. 

Advocates progress and social improvement. Published in a 
densely-populated manufacturing district (the Bury Poor-Law 
Union alone having a population of about 150,000), it pays close 
attention to all matters of a local nature, giving ample reports 
of important meetings and occurrences without party bias. 
The news up to the latest hour is given at length; prominence 
is also given to literary features ; and the paper is generally 
regarded as one of the best in the County Palatine. 

Proprietors — Bury Times Printing and Publishing Co.,Lim. 
(Advt., p. 660.) 

BURY VISITOR. Friday, Jd. 
Independent.— Established, July, 1871. 
Incorporated in 1909 " The Bury Boro' Advertiser," and in 
1913, "The Bury Observer" 
Pkopbietobs— Fletcher and Speight, Ltd. (Advt., p. 660.) 

BUBY ST. KB9IIJnUli (Suffolk.) 

The capital of West Suffolk. It has large corn and cattle markets, the 
latter standing second to Norwich in importance. The town is sur- 
rounded by noblemen's and gentlemen's seats; and it possesses two of 
the grandest churches in the kingd->m. The town returns one member 
to Parliament Population (1911) 16,785.— Papers for tht diuriet— 

BURY ST. EDMUNDS FREE PRESS. Friday, Id. 
Liberal.- Established 1855. 
Circulates throughout Suffolk and East Cambridgeshire ; also 
in South and West Norfolk and North Essex. 

Pbopbietors— Bury St. Edmunds Printing and Publishing 
Co., (Lim.) (Advt. p. 560.) 

BURY & NORWICH POST & SUFFOLK STANDARD. 
Friday, Id. 
Conservative.- Established 1782. 

Circulates largely in Suffolk. Norfolk Essex, Cambridgeshire 
and the Isle of Ely. 

The Bury and Norwich Post is the oldest paper in the district 
and gives lull reports of all matters of localinterest. 
Manager — Eric Neve. 
London Officer— Hi, Cheapside, E.C. (Advt., p. 560.) 

BIT XT03I.— (i?er6ysAiVe.) 

Buxton lies in a pleasant valley, surrounded by bills ; the lowest part of the town 
is 1,000 feet above the sea. The climate is dry and bracing. Noted for ita 
thermal waters and baths. The waters are charged with nitrogen gas, and are 
considered efficacious in rheumatism, gout, and kindred ailments. The 
bathing establishment is the finest in Europe. Pavilion and gardens, lawn 
tennis, theatre, cricket, golf, hunting and shooting. Band plays twice a day 
all the vear round. Population (1911) Buxton (and Fairfield) 14,lt9.— i'apsrs 
for the dittrict - 

BUXTON ADVERTISER. Saturday, Id. 
Unionist.— Established 1852. 
Circulates in Buxton, and throughout Derbyshire, and is pur- 
chased by visitors for distant circulation. 
Publishers — Derbyshire Printing Co., Ltd. 
London Office : 159, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Holbom 982. 

BUXTON HERALD AND VISITORS' GAZETTE. 
Tuesday for Wednesday, Id. 
Liberal. Established July 23, 1842. 

Circulates in Buxton and throughout North Derbyshire, and 
parts of Cheshire and Staffordshire. 

Deals fully with all local matters and publishes a complete 
visitors' list. 
Pbopbietors — Buxton Herald Printing; Co. 

HIGH PEAK CHRONICLE. Friday, 1 id. 
Consbbvativk. — Established 1906. 
A reprint of the Glossop-Bale Chronicle. 
See under Glossop. 

HIGH PEAK NEWS. Thursday for Saturday, \d. 
Unionist.— Established 1870. 
It is specially devoted to county and district, and contains 
the local news of North and West Derbyshire. 
Publishers— TierhysiAre Printing Co., Ltd. 
London Officer— 15% Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Holborn 982. 

C AEBP H I lili Y .— ( Glamorganshire). 

A mining town about 7 miles north of Cardiff with extensive coUierlei and Iron- 
works. Population (1911) 32.850.— i'o;)«r /or tht dittrict— 

CAERPHILLY JOURNAL. Friday, ii. 
Indbpbndent. Established 1904. 
See under Pontypridd. 

CAM BKBIiEY.— (.S'Mrrey.) 

A town with a population of 16,000. The Royal Hilit&iT College and the Staff 
College are In the vicinity.— Puper /or th» dittrict — 

OAMBERLBY NEWS AND YORKTOWN OBSERVER. 
Friday, Id. 
Circulates in Camberley, Frimley, Bagshot, Sandhurst, 
Yorktown, Blackwater, etc. 
Pbopbietors — Gale & Polden (Ltd.). 



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CJLnVOWN:E.— (Cornwall.) 

A mining town, with a population of (I9il) 15,829.— Pop«r /or the district— 

CORNISH POST AND REDRUTH EFFECTIVE 
ADVERTISER. Thursday and Saturday, Id. 
Independent. — Established 1889. 

Besides giving the mine agents' interim reports, it gives 
reports of Cornish mine meetings held either in Cornwall or 
Ix)ndon, and contains the latest and most reliable news of 
the Home and Foreign Metal Markets. 
Manager — Herbert Thomas. (Advt., p. 662.) 

f^A-HSmVLll^GlS,,— (Cambridgeshire.) 

Derives its importance entirely from the celebrated University, which con- 
sists of twenty colleges and one hall, situated in different parts of the 
town. All these institutions have been founded since the time of 
Edward I., and are supported by various endowments. Kach college is 
a body corporate, and bound by its own statutes, yet controlled by the 
paramount laws of the University granted by Queen Elizabeth. Cam- 
bridge ts also the centre of an important agriaultural district. The 
town returns one and the University two Members of Parliament. 
Population iSjOOO.— Papers for the district— 

CAMBRIDGE CHRONICLE & UNIVERSITY JOURNAL. 
Wednesday, l\d. 
Conservative.— Established 1744. 

Circulates through Cambs, the Isle of Ely, Hunts, Norfolk, 
Suffolk, Essex, Bedfordshire, and Herts. 

Contains 12 to 16 pages of pictures depicting local personages 
and events. 
Propkietors — Cambridge Chronicle (Ltd.). 
London Office— 173-^5, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. City 7662. 

CAMBRIDGE DAILT NEWS. ^d. 
Independent.— Established 1888. 
The Daily Newt reports all local and district news, with full 
telegrams of general news and sporting, and makes a specialty 
of University intelligence. 
Publisher— W. F. Taylor. 

Xondon 0;^ce— 47, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. City 4713. (Advt., 
p. 561.) 

CAMBRIDGE INDEPENDENT PRESS, AND UNI- 
VERSITY HERALD. Friday, 1^ 

Liberal.— Established 1807. 

Circulates throughout Cambridgeshire, and in Isle of Ely, 
Huntingdonshire, Bedfordshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, and 
Suffolk, and amongst members of the University. 

Is a weekly, social political, and literary newspaper, the 
organ of the Liberal Party in the University, Town, and 
County. It pays special attention to the commercial 
interests of the district, and publishes a weekly agricultural 
letter, together with a summary of the most important agri- 
cultural intelligence and latest markets. 

Proprietors — Cambridge Independent Press. 

London Office— ii. Fleet Street, E.G. (Advt., p. 561.) 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY REPORTER. Tuesday 
(during full term), with additional numbers at other 
times. Sd. 
Is the official paper for the University. 
Ptiblisherx — Cambridge University Press. 
London Office— Fetter Lane, E.C. Tele. Central 6369. 

CAMBRIDGESHIRE WEEKLY NEWS AND EXPRESS. 
Friday. IJrf. 

Independent.— Established 1868. 
Circulates in every part of Cambridgeshire, and is in every 
respect a good county newspaper. 
Pvblisher—W. F. Tavlor. 

London Office — 47, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. City 4713. 
(Advt., p. 561.) 

CAH F.I.FO W 'n.— (Cornwall.) 

A picturesque little town, near the source of the Camel. Near by are the great 
slate quarries of Uelabole. Population (1911) 5,093.— Paper* /or the district— 

CAMELFORD AND DELABOLE GUARDIAN. 
Friday Id. 
A reprint of the Cornish Gvardian, Bodmin. 

CAMELFORD AND DELABOLE WEEKLY NEWS. 
Saturday \d. 
A reprint of the Launctston Weekly News, 

CA.^li OCK.,— (Stafin-dahire.) 

A market and union town, governed by an Urban District Council, which 
Includes in its area the neighbouring town of Hednesford and district 
also the celebrated Chase. The inhabitants are largely employed in 
coal mining, agriculture, and edge tool making. Population (191J) 30,000. 
—Papers for the district— 

CANNOCK ADVERTISER. Saturday Jd. 
Neutral.- Established 1878. 
Circulates in Cannock and the Cannock Ghase district. 
The Advertiser is a well-arranged local paper with a good 
selection of general intelligence. 
Peoprietor— V. L. Withington. 



CANNOCK CHASE COURIER AND WEST STAFFORD- 
SHIRE COUNCILLOR. Saturday, Id. and ^d. 

Independent.— Established May, 1889. 

Special popular editions on Friday evenings and Saturday 
mornings, one halfpenny. 

Circulates in the Cannock Chase district. 

It provides for its readers a complete resumi of all local 
district, and general intelligence of the week, and pays special 
attention to mining, agricultural, and trade intelligence. 

Issues special editions for Brewood and Hednesford. 

Proprietor— Harry Praill. (Advt., p. 561.) 

CAITTJEIIBUHY.— (/Tenf.) 

Is a city, borough, and county of itself. Its cathedral is erected on the site 
of thefirst Christian church built in Saxon England. In that cathedral 
Thomas A'Becket was assassinated. Canterbury has a grammar-school, 
founded by Henry VIII., and several otherendowed schools. It is the see 
of an Archbishop, who is " Primate of all England." There are corn mills 
near the city ; but itschief source of industry is the export of agricultural 
produce, especially hops. It has a communication with London by two 
railways. Population (1911) 2i,62%.— Papers for the district— 

CANTERBURY JOURNAL. Saturday, Id. 
Established October 8, 1833. 
Circulates through Ashford, Canterbury, Faversham, Rams- 
gate, Margate, Sandwich, &c. 
Proprietor— E. H. Elvy. 

KENT HERALD. Wednesday afternoon, Ji. 
Established 1792. 
Circulates through Canterbury, Heme Bay, Whitstable, 
and East Kent generally. 
Publishers — J. A. Jennings (Ltd.). 

KENTISH GAZETTE, AND CANTERBURY PRESS. 
Fridav afternoon, \d. 

Independent.— Established 1717. 

Circulates throughout East Kent, and has long been recog- 
nised as one of the principal county papers in the kingdom. It 
gives full and impartial reports of all events of local and 
county interest. 

Proprietors— P. D. Eastes & Co. (Ltd.). 

London Office— li6, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Central 9972. 
(Advt., p. 568.) 

KENTISH OBSERVER & CANTERBURY CHRONICLE. 
Thursday, Id. 
Unionist— Established October 4, 1832. 
Circulates throughout Kent, and gives full local reports. 
Devotes special attention to agriculture and hops, ana the 
Kent coal industry. 
Proprietor— E. H. Elvy. 

CA.V119TWW.— {Glamorganshire.) 

This, the Metropolis of Wales, is situated on the Taff, and abuts close 
on the Bristol Channel. The chief feature of Cardiff is its magniflcont 
series of docks, and its immense railway facilities. The East and 
West Bute Docks are eacii over a mile long, and the Roath Dock is 
still larger, whilst the chief Barry Dock is the larRest dock in the world. 
The new Alexandra Dock opened by King Edward VII. is almost equally large. 
There are, further, the Penarth Deck and Harbourand the Glamorganshire 
Canal. About 30.000,000 (thirty million) of tonnage is now shipped annually. 
For several years Cardiff had only been beaten in tonnage by New York- 
having long exceeded the London and Liverpool totals. But in 1897 and 
1898 she overtook New York, and she now ships a larger tonnage than any 
other port in the world. At the entrance of the port there is anchorage 
for upwards of 1,000 vessels, and from 2,500 to 3,000 vessels enter the 
port each month— the average tonnage being niurh in excess of any 
other port. The network of railways around Cardiff exceed those around 
Manchester and Liverpool. The trade and population of Cardiff have 
increased in an unprecedented manner during the last 30 years. The 
population of the town amounts to (1911) 182,280.— Paper* /or the 
district— 

CARDIFF AND SOUTH WALES JOURNAL OF COM- 
MERCE. Daily, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1904. 

This paper deals exhaustively with the South Wales coal, 
iron, steel, linplate and shipping trades. 

It contains all the commercial news calculated to be of 
interest for such parts of the country. 
Publisher— A. E. Harrison. 

CARDIFF TIMES. Friday, Id. 
Liberal.— Established October 10, 1867. 

Circulates throughout Glamorganshire, Monmouthshire, Car- 
marthenshire, Pembrokeshire, Cardiganshire, Breconshire, Rad- 
norshire, Montgomeryshire, the Forest of Dean, and many 
portions of the West of England. 

For over tifty years this journal has been the chief weekly 
exponent of Welsh Liberalism, and of the special questions 
affecting the nationality of the people of Wales. It is well 
illustrated, and contains full reports of all the local news of the 
week ds well as topics of national interest. Ably-written editor- 
ials and special articles are a feature of this influential organ. 

Proprietors — David Duncan & Sons, Ltd. 

London Offlce— 190, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Avenue 1323. 
(Advt., 3rd page of cover.) 



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EVENING EXPRESS. Daily, id. 
Non-Political.— Established 1887, 

Circulates throughout South Wales and Monmouthshire, the 
Forest of Dean, and portions of Herefordshire and Gloucester- 
shire. 

Contains all the usual features of an Evening paper. Latest 
telegrams, markets, racing news, ice. 

Propriktors — Western Mail (Lim.). 

London Office— 176, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Holbom 1626. 
(Advt., p.637.) 

SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS. Id. 
Liberal.— Established 1872. 

Circulates over an exceptionally large area, covering ten 
counties. It circulates largely in every town and village of 
Glamorganshire, Monmouthshire, Carmarthenshire, Pem- 
brokeshire, Montgomeryshire, Cardiganshire, Breconshire, 
Radnorshire, the Forest of Dean, Bristol, Gloucester, Here- 
ford, and West of England. 

It is a political and commercial journal, conducted under 
experienced management. It is the chief organ of Welsh 
Liberalism, and consequently holds the position of one of the 
representative journals of the kingdom — its columns reflecting 
the drift of opinion over the larger part of Wales and the West 
of England. 

It discusses freely all political, commercial, and social ques- 
tions. The important shipping, mining, manufacturing, and 
agricultural interests of South Wales and the "West of England 
are specially represented. 

Proprietors — David Duncan & Sons, Ltd. 

London Office— 190, Fleet Street, EC. Tele., Avenue 1323. 
(Advt., 3rd page of cover.) 

SOUTH WALES ECHO. Eveningii. Eight editions daily. 
NoN- Political.— Established October 13th, 1884. 
Circulates throughout all parts of South Wales, Mon- 
mouthshire, and West of England. 
Proprietors— David Duncan & Sons, Ltd. 
London Office— 190, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Avenue 1323. 
(Advt., 3rd page of cover.) 

WEEKLY MAIL. Friday and Saturday, Id. 
Non-Political.— Established 1870. 

Circulates throughout Monmouthshire and the six counties 
of South Wales, the Forest of Dean, and portions of Somerset- 
shire, Gloucestershire and Montgomeryshire. The Weekly Mail 
is one of the largest papers in the kingdom, and is widely read 
in the agricultural districts of Carmarthenshire, Pembroke, 
Cardigan, and Radnor, as well as in the great industrial centres 
of Glamorganshire and Monmouth. It contains a well-digested 
summary of the week's news, together with sketches of Welsh 
life and character ; fiction by acknowledged writers, and brief 
articles commenting upon local occurrences. 

Y-ROPniBTOUS—TFestem Mail (Lim.). 

London Office— 176, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele., Holbom 1626. 
(Advt., p. 537.) 

WELSH CATHOLIC HERALD. Friday, U. 
Catholic— Established 1894. 
Circulates throughout Wales and Monmouthshire. Is the 
organ of the Roman Catholic party, and give.s all the local news 
of that body. 
Publishers — New Catholic Press (Ltd.). 
London Office— 8, Bouverie Street, E.G. Tele., Central 4289. 
(Advt., p. 507.) 

WESTERN MAIL. Daily, Id. 
Unionist.— Established 1869. 

Circulates in Cardiff, Swansea, Newport, Merthyr, and the 
towns and villages of Monmouthshire and South Wales, the 
Forest of Dean, Herefordshire, and portions of Gloucestershire 
and Montgomeryshire. 

The Western Mail is the oldest daily paper published in 
Wales. It is conducted with great ability and enterprise, and 
will bear favourable comparison with the best of its provincial 
English contemporaries. Its leading columns have been in- 
Btrumental, to a very large extent, in forming public opinion 
pon the political, social, and commercial questions which, 
uring the last 47 years, have agitated tne Principality. 
By the assistance of a staff of special correspondents, English 
and Welsh, the readers of the Western Mail are constantly 
presented with graphic pictures of the events in which Welsh- 
men are specially interested, whether they occur in South 

ales or elsewhere ; while the London arrangements of the 
aditorial department are so complete as to keep the people of 
South Wales always supplied, at the earliest possible moment, 
with the most trustworthy information affecting movements in 
politics and every other subject of general interest. 

Proprietors — Western Mail (Lim.). 

London Office— 176, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Holborn 1526. 
;Advt., p. 637.) 



CA.WLl»TGA.li,— (Cardiganshire.) 

The county and «eaport town sltaated on the river Telfy. It poeeeises eome 
ooailing trade and li celebrated lor Iti ealmon and herring fiaheriet, brick- 
work!, potterlee, and engineering worki. Population (1911) 8,678.— Pap«r 
for the dittrtet— 

CARDIGAN AND TIVY SIDE ADVERTISER. Friday, Id. 
Conservative.— Established May, 1866. 
Circulates extensively in South Cardiganshire and North 
Pembrokeshire. 

Proprietors— Mary M. k R. W. Thomas, 
CA.1gIjTmtjK,— (Cumberland.) 

Cailiile is the capital of Cumberland, and waa In 19U conitltnted a county boroagh. 
Tlip poimlatKin of the dlntrin m HdHi aKiicultural and maiiufacturiiiif. 
Carlinle ie the centre at the Kinflisli and Scotch railway ayitcm. railway! 
radiating from it eaat. went, north and south. The population U 
principally occupied In branchi-a of the Iron and cotton, biscuit, carpet, 
and tln-idate manufactures, niinins and agriculture. There is also a 
considerable shipping Interest along the coast, and the coal and Iron 
trade are extensive. Population (1914) 82,630.— Popers /or the district— 

CARLISLE JOURNAL. Tuesday (8 pages) and Friday 
(12 pages). Id. Liberal.— Established 1798. 

Circulates throughout the towns and villages of Cumber- 
land, and also largely in Westmorland, Northumberland, 
and the South of Scotland. 

The Carlisle Journal is the leading Liberal newspaper of 
Cumberland. It advocates civil and religious liberty, and 
all measures of public progress and improvement. It is 
distinguished for free political comment, its copious and 
accurate local reports, and the completeness of its news 
columns. Special edition containing market reports and local 
and general news is issued on Saturdays at noon. 

PubliiJufrt— Steel Brothers (Carlisle), Ltd. 

London Office — 5, New Bridge Street, E.C. (Advt,, p, 561.) 

CARLISLE WEEKLY CITIZEN. 
Thursday for Saturday, Id, 
Independent,— Established 1914. 

A progressive paper conducted on modern journalistic lines. 
A popular paper among the working classes. It reports local 
events fully while it also specially caters for women readers and 
the home. 
Proprietor and Publisher — J. C. Barling. 

CUMBERLAND CATHOLIC NEWS. Friday, Id. 
Catholic— Established 1893. 
Circulates throughout Cumberland. 

AH the local Catholic and general news appears in its pages. 
Publishers — New Catholic Press (Ltd.). 
London Office — 8, Bouverie Street, E.C. Tele. Central 4289. 
(Advt,, p. 607.) 

CUMBERLAND EVENING MAIL AND GRETNA AND 
DORNOCK PIONEER, Daily, i^. 
Independent. — Established Oct. 20, 1914, 
Circulates throughout Cumberland, Westmorland, West North- 
umberland, and the South of Scotland. 

All the general and local news of the dav is given in its several 
editions daily, and sporting readers are liberally catered for. 

Publishers — Cumberland Evening Mail Publishing Co., Ltd. 
(Advt., p. 562.) 

CUMBERLAND NEWS. Tuesday, id ; Friday, for Satur- 
day, Id. 

Conservative. — (The Carlisle Patriot, established 1815; 
the East Oumberland News, established 1883 ; combined as The 
Cumberland News, 1910), 

The News circulates throughout Cumberland, Westmorland, 
West Northumberland, and the South of Scotland ; and reports 
fully the local news of this wide area. Special attention is 
paid to agriculture. 

Publisher— B.. N. Burgess. 

London Office— U^ and 144, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Central 
4450. (Advt., p. 662.) 

CA.HMA WlTW-TSm,— (Carmarthenshire.) 

The capital of the county : Is a populous town on the Towy. The river admit* 
vessels of moderate burthen, and there are commodious quays. The dis- 
trict is an important one not only In respect to agriculture, but for its 
numerous copper and tin works, coal and lead mines and iron foundries. 
The Great western passes through the town to Aavertordwcst. Pem- 
broke, Mlltord Haven and the new ocean port o( Fishguard and the Car- 
digan Branch runs into the Great Westt rn Line at the Carmanben Town 
Station. The London and North Western Hallway also runs into the 
town. Population (1911) 10,221.— i'a/.ers /or the dUtrUt— 

CARMARTHEN JOURNAL. Friday, U. 
Conservative.- Established 1810, 
Circulates throughout the counties of Carmarthen, Pem- 
broke, Cardigan, and South Wales generally. 
Publishers— Journal Co, (Lim,). 
London Office— 2S, Shoe Lane, E.C. 



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CARMARTHEN WEEKLY REPORTER. Friday, lt<. 
Liberal. — Established September, 1860. 
Circulates largely in Carmarthenshire and South Wales. 
Advocates thoroughly Liberal principles in an indepen- 
dent manner, furnishes full and accurate reports of all 
meetings and matters of local interest; The foreign and general 
intelligence of the week is carefully condensed, and a complete 
record is given of the events of the week. 
Propeietress — M. Lawrence. 

SEREN CTMRU. (STAR OF WALES.) Friday, Id. 
Liberal.— Established, 1867. 
Circulates amongst the Welsh Baptiots throughout the whole 
of the United Kingdom as the denominational organ. 

The news of the week is arranged for family reading, and 
special articles are a feature. 
Publishers— W. Morgan Evans & Son. 

WELSHMAN. Wednesday and Thursday for Friday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1829. 
Circulates in Carmarthenshire, Cardiganshire, Pembroke- 
shire, and generally through South Wales. 

Advocates agriciUtural, mining, shipping, railway, and com- 
mercial interests generally, and of South Wales in particular. 
A large space is devoted to the news of the district, which is 
reported fully and accurately. 
Proprietors — Welshman Newspaper & Printing Co. (Lim.)- 

CA RW A WVOW ,— (Carnarvonshire.) 

The capital of Camarronsbire Is ac ancient town, iltuated partly on the 
Menai Strait, and partly on theestuary of theSeiont. The town carries on 
» considerable trade in roofing slates with London, LiTerpool, Bristol 
Scotland, Ireland, and America. The poimlation is principally agricul- 
tural ; but the staple commodity of the county is slate, of which oTer 
1.800,000 tons are annually shipped from Bangor, Port Dinorwic, Car- 
narvon, and Portmadoc. Population (1»11) 9,119.— Pop«r« tor tht dittriet.— 

CARNARVON AND DENBIGH HERALD. Friday, li^. 
Established January 1, 1831. 
Circulates generally throughout the whole of North Wales 
and has a good circulation in the bordering English towns, in 
London, Liverpool, Manchester, &c. 
Recognised medium for official and legal advertisements. 
Publisher — Evan Abbott. 

London Offiee— 115, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Central 2626. 
(Advt., p. 567.) 

DINESYDD CYMREIG. (Welsh Citizen.) Wednesday IJi. 
Established 1912. 
Circulates in Carnarvon and North Wales generally. It is 
printed in the Welsh language and devotes special attention to 
social and industrial matters. 
Publishers — Dinesydd Publishing Co. Ltd. 

HERALD CYMRAEG (Welsh). Tuesday, lU. 
Established 1854. 
This is a paper published in the Welsh language for the 
information of the Welsh people, to whom it is very acceptable, 
and they patronise it liberally. 
Publisher — Evan Abbott. 

London O/^ce— 115, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Central 2626. 
(Advt,, p. 667.) 

TVTORTH WALES OBSERVER AND BXPRE SS. 
IM Thursday, IJrf. 

National.— Established 1877. 

Circulates in Carnarvon, Bangor, and throughout the North 
Wales district. 

Reports all proceedings throughout the North Wales counties, 
and gives the parliamentary, social, and religious news of the 
week. Publishes localised editions in four other centres in 
North Wales. 

PuA/t»Aer»— Welsh National Press Co. (Ltd.). (Advt., p. 572.) 

YGENEDL GYMREIG. Monday, IJd. 
National.— Established 1877. 
Circulates throughout the Principality, and is a very popular 
journal, being read by the bebt class of Welsh readers. 

Printed in the Welsh language. It gives special agricultural 
trade, and market reports, as well as all the general news of the 
week, special Parliamentary Letter, etc. 
Publishers — Welsh National Press Co. (Lim.). (Advt., p.672.) 

YGOLEUAD (The Light). Friday, IJi. 
Liberal.— Established 1869. 
Official organ of the Welsh Calvinistic Methodists. 
Publishers — Welsh National Press Co., Ltd. 

YWERIN A'R ECO. Thursday, Id. 
National.— Established 1885. 
Circulates in the extensive districts of Carnarvonshire, 
Anglesea, Merionethshire, Denbighshire, &c., and gives a very 
complete report of every local event. 

In the Welsh language. Is read by all shades of political 
opinion. 
i^*«»A«-*— Welsh National Press Co. (Lim.), (Advt., p. 572 . 



€AR:NF0RTH.— (Zanca«Atr«.) 

Supported chiefly by iron works and railway works. Important railway 
junction, London and North-Western with Midland and Purness 
Companies, prosperous agricultural district jut outlying. Population 
0911) 3,li3.—Paptr for the dUtriel— 

CARNFORTH NEWS. Saturday, \d. 
Independent.— Established 1884. 
A reprint of the Vlverston News. (Advt., p. 567.) 

C ATKRII AM .—(Surrey.) 

Aptly described as "a Land of Beauty," much famed for suburban resi- 
dences. Population (1911) 10,841— Papers /or the dUtriet— 

OATERHAM& PURLEY WEEKLY PRESS. Saturday, IJi. 
Neutral.- Established December, 1889. 
Circulates in Caterham, Parley, Whyteleafe, Kenley, War- 
lingham, Godstone, Oxted, &c. 
Proprietors— The Holmesdale Press (Ltd.), Redhill. 
London Office — Clun House, Surrey Street, Strand, W.C. 
Tele. City 7199. 

C1S.JLWm,— {Somersetshire.) 

Its market is held on Thursday, and is one of the best in the county ; Is a 
municipal borough. It has several manufactories for making lace, 
collars, and cloth, and has two large iron-foundries. Population (1911) 
6,896.— Poperi for the district— 

CHARD AND ILMINSTER NEWS, AND SOMERSET, 
DORSET, AND DEVON ADVERTISER. Saturday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established October, 1874. 
Circulates in an important manufacturing district, which is 
now the third largest in the country engaged in the lace trade. 
The local and general news of the towns and counties is given 
at length, with a selection of the general topics of the day 
Also issues a reprint. 
Publishers — Young & Son. (Advt., p. 661.) 

EAST DEVON NEWS, SEATON. AXMINSTER, LYME 
REGIS AND HONITON ADVERTISER. 
See Chard and Ilminster News. (Advt., p. 561.) 

WESTERN ADVERTISER. Wednesday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established 1884. 
A good weekly paper for the South Somerset district. 
Advocates more especially the interests of agriculture, is 
non -political, and particularly designed for family reading. 
Proprietors- Woodley & Co. 

London Offiee— 159, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Holbom 982. 
(Advt., p. 675.) 

CB[ATIIA:M; (Kent.) 

Is a parliamentary borough, and river port, on the east bank of the Medway. 
It is celebrated for its extensive dockyard, naval arsenal, military depots, 
marine barracks, and Royal Engineers' establishment. The dockyard has 
been vastly extended. In the neighbourhood are large cement, brick- 
making, and other manufactories. Population (1911) 42.280; parliamentary 
borough, 92,886.— Paper* for the district— 

CHATHAM, ROCHESTER AND GILLINGHAM NEWS. 
Saturday, Id. 
Independent.— Established July 2, 1859. 
Circulates extensively in Chatham, Rochester, Strood, 
Brompton, Gillingham, Gravesend, Dartford, Snodland, and in 
naval and military centres at home and overseas. 
Proprietors— Parrett & Neves, Ltd. 

CHATHAM, ROCHESTER AND GILLINGHAM 
OBSERVER AND KENT COUNTY CHRONICLE. 
Saturday, Id. 
Established 1870. 

The local, naval, and military news appears at length in 
its pages, together with a summary of general intelligence with 
illustrations. 
Proprietors— W. & J. Mackay & Co. (Ltd.). 

CW.A.TT'EWtTti,—(Cambridffeshire.) 

An Important market-town, in a good agricultural district. Factories and 
large engineering works add to the importance of the place. PopulatiOB 
(1911) 5,259.— Paper /or fA« dietrict— 

CHATTERIS AND HUNTS. ADVERTISER. Friday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1872. 
The Advertiser is full of information, both local and general, 
special attention being given to agricultural matters. It reports 
the most important markets, and its local intelligence is full 
and accurate. 
Proprietors— Sharman & Co., Ltd., March. (Ad^i:., p. 561.) 

CHKAI>IiE.— (5<a/orrfiAir<.) 

Has a population of about 8,000.- Poper»/or the dittriet— 

CHEADLE HERALD. Friday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established September, 1877. 
Circulates in Cheadle and the towns and villages of the 
district. 
Proprietor — J. Machin. 

CHEADLE AND TEAN TIMES. Friday, Irf. 
Neutral.— Established 1896. 
Circulates in Cheadle and the district. 
Publisher — J. Lowndes. 



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C1S.EMH»A.»,— (Somerset.) 

stands at the entrance to the beautifat Cheddar Valley. Ii famoui for Its 
cheese. Popalation, 3,366; Cheddar Valley 16,700.— Paper /or tA« (t<«<rirf— 

CHEDDAR VALLEY TIMES. Thursday afternoon and 
Friday morning, id Established 1914. 
A weekly paper effectually covering the whole of the Cheddar 
Valley, including Wrington Vale, Axbridge, Ban well, Draycott 
and Wedmore. 

Pays special attention to the agrioultaral interests, and gives 
full reports of all local news. 
Published by the Imperial Publishing Syndicate. 



CMKMj^SVaitn.— (Essex.) 

The county town of Essex, seat of a bishopric, bead of a parliamentary dirlsior, 
and a municipal borough, has an important corn and cattle market, is a 
station on the Great Kastern Railway ; and stands in the very centre of 
thecounty.on the grand line uf road, formerly Roman, from London 
to Colchester and the Eastern counties. Agriculture and manufac- 
tures are the leading employments of the population of Essex. As to 
manufactures many thousands of hands are engaged in the manufacturt of 
machinery, electric lighting, wireless telegraphy and motor car apparatus. 
Population (19H) 18,0(16— Popers jor the dUtriet— 

ESSEX COUNTY CHRONICLE. Friday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1764. 
Is entirely independent of partv,and quite impartial in the 
detail of all proceedings, political or otherwise. 
Pbopbibtoes — Meggy, Thompson & Creasey. (Advt.,p.665.) 

ESSEX HERALD. Tuesday, Id. 
Independent. — Established 1800. 
Circulates through all the principal towns in Essex, and 
in many of those in the adjoining counties. 
It contains the latest news ; cattle, com, and other markets. 
Pbopbietoes — Meggy, Thompson & Creasey. (Advt., p. 665.) 

ESSEX INDEPENDENT. Monday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1862. 
Devotes considerable space to the news of the county 
generally. Has been for over a quarter of a century the 
recognised medium for parliamentary notices relating to 
Essex. 

PB0PBIET0B8— The UsseiB Weekly News Series (Ltd.) 
(Advt., p. 665.) 

ESSEX NEWSMAN. Saturday, \d. 
Nbutbal.— Established 1870. 
This is a paper for circulation among the masses. 
Pbopbietoes — Meggy, Thompson & Creasey. (Advt., p. 666.) 

ESSEX WEEKLY NEWS. Friday, \d. 
Neutbal.— Established March 14, 1862. 
Circulates in Chelmsford, Colchester, Romford, Southend, 
Brentwood, Epping, Ongar, Stratford, Maldon, Witham, Kel- 
vedon. Braintree, Burnham-on-Crouch, Southminster, Dunmow, 
and all the towns and villages of the county ; also in Middlesex, 
Herts, Kent, and Cambridgeshire. 

Pbopbietobs— The Essex Weekly News Series (Ltd.) 
(Advt., p. 566.) 



CWL^^TViHTiA.HK,— {Gloucestershire.) 

A parliamentary borough : is delightfully situated in the rale of Gloucester 
andiscelebratedfor the salubrity of its air its educational facilities and 
the medicinal propertief of its waters. It is an all-theyear-round health 
resort. The town is connected with all parts of the Kingdom by the 
Great Western, Midland, Midland and South Western, Banbury and Chel- 
tenham, and Honeybourne Railways. Population (1911) 48,944.— Papers for 
the district- 

CHELTENHAM CHRONICLE AND GLOUCESTER- 
SHIRE GRAPHIC. Saturday, l^d. 
Unionist.— Established 1809. 

Circulates throughout Gloucestershire, and gives 8 pages of 
illustrations in an art supplement in addition to news. 
Pbopbietobs— Cheltenham Newspaper Co. (Ltd.). 

CHELTENHAM LOOKER-ON. Saturday, Id!. 
Consebvative.— Established May 4, 1833. 
A high-class illustrated family journal with an established 
reputation of many years. Pays particular attention to all 
matters of interest to an educated community — social, political, 
fashionable and military. 
Pbopbietobs— Zoo*<jr- On Printing Co., Ltd. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE ECHO. Daily (Five Editions), id. 
Unionist.— Established 1873. 
Gives all the day's news, local, general, commercial, and 
Sporting. Full telegraphic services and adequate facilities for 
dealing promptly and fully with local events have made this 
journal popular. 
The Echo is the only daily newspaper in the town 
Pbopbietobs— Cheltenham Newspaper Co. Ltd 



CH£P8TO \¥, ^{Monmouthshire.) 

Aieaport town near the month of the Wye, carrying on a considerable trade 
in timber, bark ; extensive foundries, wood and Iron shipbuilding yards, 
quarries (7,000 tons a week conveyed to ATonmoutb Dock), &c. Fopulv 
tion (1911) 2,9S3.— Paper /or tht dittrict— 

CHEPSTOW WEEKLY ARGUS. Friday, Id. 
Circulates in an extensive agricultural district, giving 
the local news very fully. One of the South Walts Argtu, 
Newport, Series. 

Pbopbietoes— 5tfM« A Wales Argus Ltd. (Advt., p. 676.) 



CHBRTSEf.— (<S'urr«y.) 

This town is one of the most ancient In the county of Surrey, and U well 
known on account of the celebrated Abbey that once flourished here. 
Four fair* are held during the year. HannfaetureB : Boat building and 
cabinet work. Population (1911) 1S,81B— Paper /or th» dUtriet - 

SURREY HERALD AND EGHAM AND STAINES NEWS. 
Friday, Id. 

Unionist.— Established 1892. 

Circulates throughout the Chertsey (or North-Westem) 
parliamentar;^ division of Surrey, containing an area of 10 by 
20 miles, also in the Epsom and Uxbridge divisions. The Surrey 
Herald is in every respect a well-conducted modern newspaper. 

Issues an edition for Woking. 

Pbopbietobs— Rawlings &. Walsh (Lim.). Tele. Chertsey 
191. (Advt., p. 677.) 



CHK8H A M. — {Buckingka/mthire) . 

Ohesbam is a busy manufacturing town in Mid-Bucki. The chief industries 
are boots and shoes, brushes, and woodenware. The town is also the 
centre of an important agricultural district. Wednesday is market day 
Population (1911) 8,304.- Poper (or the districts 

BUCKS EXAMINER. Friday, Id. 
Neutbal.- Established July 24, 1889. 
Circulates in Chesham, Amersham, the Missendens, the 
Chalfonts, Chorley Wood and district. 
Pbopbietobs — Page & Thomas (Ltd.) 
London Office— HI, Finsbury Pavement, E.C. Tele. Wall 6756. 



CBEESTXIR.— (CAe«Atr«.) 

The capital of (Cheshire : is an ancient city, remarkable for a peculiarity of 
construction. The houses are excavated from the rock to the depth of one 
story beneath the level of the ground on each side, and have a portico 
running along their front, level with the ground at the back, but one 
storey above the street. These porticoes, which are called The Bows, 
aSord a covered walk to pedestrians, and beneath them are shops and 
warehouses on a level with the street. The ancient walls are kept in 
goodrepair.andformadelightful promenade. The population (191]tS9,0S8 
IS principally engaged in agriculture, engineering, tobacco manufac- 
tuimg and the lead industry.— Popers for the dietrict— 

CHESHIRE OBSERVER, Friday and Saturday, l^rf. 
Unionist.— Established 1851. 
Circulates in Cheshire, Shropshire, and North Wales, and 
gives excellent reports of all local events. The Observer is 
well conducted in every department. 

Pbopbietobs— The Cheshire and North Wales Newspaper 
Co. (Ltd.). (Advt., p. 661.) 

CHESTER CHRONICLE. Saturday, l}rf. 
Libebal. — Established 1775. 

Circulates through Cheshire, Shropshire, North Stafford- 
shire, North Wales, Jcc. ., XX X. X 11 

Advocates Liberal politics. Gives special attention to all 
local and agricultural matters. Is the representative organ of 
th« Liberal party in these counties. 

Publisher— Charles Smith. 

London Offiee^llS, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Central 2626. 
(Advt., p. 561.) 

CHESTER COURANT. Wednesday, Id. 
Unionist.— Established 1730. 
Circulates throughout Cheshire, Shropshire, Lancashire, 
Staffordshire, and North Wales. 
The coimtry gentleman's newspaper. 
Manager— J. A. Birchall. (Advt,, p. 661.) 

CHESTER GUARDIAN AND RECORD. Tuesday and 
Friday, Id. 
Neutbal.— Established 1857. ,. x • x 

Circulates in Chester, North Wales, and the district. 
Takes no part in politics, but gives the local and general news 
very fully. The farmers' paper. 
Pbopbietobs— Mackie & Co. (Ltd.). 
London Ofpc&—nS, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. City 7662. 
(Advt., p. 612.) 



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CH eST E B FI EIiI>.— ( Derbifshire.) 

An important town. In » large mining, engineering and agricultural dlitrlet, 
a market centre for the neighbourhood and has numerous coUieriei, iron 
foundries, engineering works, extensive malting establishments, machine 
works, potteries, &c., 4c., where wages are good. Chesterfield stands rery 
pleasantly on a hill, between two rivers. It formerly belonged to the 
Crown, and King John made it a free borough. The church is a band- 
some structure; the steeple is greatly out of the perpendicular. 
Population (1911) 87,429 Regietratioa district 152,602.— Pop«r« for the 
district— 

DERBYSHIRE COURIER. Tuesday, id.; Saturday, Id. 
Independent Liberal. — Established January 5, 1828. 
Circulates throughout the County of Derbyshire, North 
Notts and West Riding of Yorkshire, and is recognised as a 
leading county newspaper for all classes. 

Propkietors — The Derbyshire Courier (1912) Ltd. 
London Office — 17, Bouverie Street, E.G. 

DERBYSHIRE TIMES. Friday for Saturday, Id. 
Conservative.— Established January 5,1854. 
Has a large circulation and covers the greater part of the 
county thoroughly. 

The Derbyshire Times is the recognised county paper for all 
public notice and general advertisements. 
Proprietors— vN'^ilf red Edmunds (Ltd.). 
London Office^-^b, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Central 2994. 
(Advt., p. 563.) 

CHESTKR-liE-STHEBT.— (Z)MrA<im.) 

a large town five miles north of Durham, having extensive coal mines and 
ironworks. Population (1911) 78,535. Paper for the district— 

CHESTER-LE-STREET CHRONICLE AND DISTRICT 
ADVERTISER. Friday, ^d. Established 1911. 
Circulates in Chester-le-Street, Birtley, Fatfield, Washington 
and district. 
The local news of the week is well presented. 
Proprietors — W. Clarke & Sons, Ltd. 

CHICHESTER.— (5u5««x.3 

A city and county, and municipal borough. It stands In a plain between 
theSouthdownHillsand thesea, and is enclosed by walls now formed into 
terraces with walks, and shaded by elm-trees. It is the see of a bishop. 
The cathedral has a spire 300 feet in height. In its interior are a richly- 
adorned choir, and portraits of the sovereigns of England from the 
time of the Conquest. Population (1911) 12,694.— Poper for the diitrict- 

OHICHESTER OBSERVER. Wednesday, Id. 
Unionist.— Established 1887. 
Circulates in Chichester and the towns and villages of South- 
west Sussex. 
Peopeietobs— R. J. Acford, Ltd. 

CHIPrEW HAJW.— ( Wiltshire.) 

Is an important town, the centre of a large agricultural and sporting district 
and surrounded by many noblemen's and gentlemen's seats, and also by 
populous villages. Population (1911) 6,332.— Poper Jor the district— 

-V-rOKTH WILTS GUARDIAN. Friday, Id. 
IN Independent.— Established 1873. 

The Chiardian provides a good family newspaper for 
residents in the county of Wiltshire. 

It gives full and accurate reports of the markets, meetings, 
petty sessions, and other news of the division, and advocates 
the important interests of this c'^'mmercial and agricultural 
community. 

Publhher* — William Lewis & Son. 

London Officer— IH, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Central 4481. 
(Advt., p. 558.) 

CHIPPI90 "XOWITO^, ^{Oxfordshire.) 

A market and manufacturing town, noted for the manufacture of tweeds 
in an agricultural district, with a population of (1911)1,972.— Paper for 
tht dUtriet- 

OXFORDSHIRE WEEKLY NEWS. Wednesday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established April, 1866. 
Circulates throughout the county and the Cotswold country 
An excellent local newspaper for Chipping Norton, Banbury, 
and Witney. The county news, especially that referring to the 
three towns, is made a strong feature. In comment the iVbc* 
keeps a thoroughly independent standpoint. 
PubUsherit—W. C. Haves, Ltd. 
London Office — 4, Ludgate Circus, E.G. Tele. City 6613. 

CHISJLIiHUItST.— (/feni.) 

A charmingly situated town and village about 9 mllei from London. Popu- 
lation (1911) 8,668.— Paper /or the district— 

CIHISLEHURST TIMES. Friday, Id. 
' Independent.— Established 1881. 

Circulates in Chislehurst, Paul's Cray, Mottingham, and the 
surrounding district. 

The Times is a well-produced journal, and has always been 
accorded Iccal popularity for the independent spirit it displays 
in its criticisms. 
Publishers— Kentish District Times Co. (Advt., p. 621.) 



CHOIH.KY.— (LancaiAjre.) 

A large town, with a population of (1911) 30,317. Cotton manufacture, 
bleaching and printing, iron works, and wagon building are carried on 
to a large extent. There are also extensive collieries and stone guarries 
in the town and north and east districts, and in the south and west it it 
almostentirely agriculture.— Papers /or tfted«trict— 

OHORLEY GUARDIAN AND LEYLAND HUNDRED 
ADVERTISER. Saturday, \d. 
Independent.— Established November 4, 1871. 
Circulates throughout the Leyland Hundred and Chorley 
Parliamentary Division of North Lancjashire, which have a 
population of over 80,000. 

The Chorley Guardian isa thoroughly well-conducted journal, 
characterised by vigorous but independent criticism. 
Pboprietoes— S. Fowler k, Sons. (Advt., p. 661.) 

CHORLEY WEEKLY NEWS. Saturday, \d. 
Liberal. — Established 1864, as Chorley Standard. 

The News is the oldest, and a most influential and 
up-to-date local newspaper. It ha« a large circulation in 
twenty-six Townships, comprising the district between Wigan, 
preston, Blackburn and Bolton, and is read by all classes. 

All events in the large district throughout which this journal 
circulates are fully reported, and no feature is omitted which 
tends to make a family journal popular. 

Proprietors— Ellis & Sons. (Advt., p. 562.^) 

London Office— UQ, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Holborn 5228. 

LEYLAND AND FARINGTON WEEKLY NEWS. 
See Chorley Weekly News. 

CHRISTCHUHCH.— (JSTam/^iAire.) 

A parliamentary and municipal borough, at theconfluence of the Avon and 
the Stour. It is famous for its fine old Priory Church and Castle Ruins. 
Good salmon fishing and boating. Population 6,281.— Paper for the 
district— 

CHRISTCHURCH TIMES. Saturday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established June 30, 1855. 
Fullest reports of all local news. Illustrated, 
Publishers — The Christohurch Times, Ltd. 



CHUDIiEIOH.— (DevoTiiAire.) 

A market-town, which was nearly destroyed by fire in 1807 ; but the re-building 
commenced shortly after, and it has risen to be an irai^ortant place in the 
county. It is situated in a rich agricultural district. It is also famous 
for cider orchards, and there are large granite quarriea, brick and clay works 
In the neighbourhood. It is a favourite place for visitors. Population (1911) 
2,006.— Paper/or the district— 

SOUTH DEVON WEEKLY EXPRESS. Friday, \d. 
Neutral. — Established July, 1855. 
Circulates in South and Mid-Devonshire. It contains all 
the local news. 

The aim of the South Devon Weekly Express is to give 
precedence to no faction, but to report all events impartially 
and fully. 
Peopeietoe — A. R. Holcombe. (Advt., p. 575.) 

CHURCH flTRETTO:*.— (.S/trop«Afre.) 

A rising health resort. Amarket town 12i miles from Shrewsbury. Popula. 
tion (1911) 1,455.— Poper for the district— 

CHURCH STRETTON ADVERTISER. Thursday. Id. 
Independent.— Established July, 1898. 

Circulates in the town and district of Church Stretton, and 
gives full and important reports of all events therein. In 
comment the Church Stretton Advertiser maintains a strictly 
neutral attitude. 

The Advertiser being independent of party ties both political 
and localj and seeking to promote the advancement of the town 
and district without bias, has won the confidence of its readers. 
It contains many popular features. 

Publisher— Vf. V. Marks. 



CTNlflE'RWO'Stn.— {Gloucestershire.) 

The most important mineral district in the Forest of Dean. There are 
extensive coal mines, quarries, iron-works and foundries established. 
The population of the Forest of Dean electoral area is 54,254.— Paper for 
the district — 

DEAN FOREST MERCURY, AND WEST GLOUCESTER 
GAZETTE Thursday and Friday, Id. 

LiBEBAL. — Established January 7, 1880. 

Circulates throughout the Forest of Dean and West Glouces- 
tershire generally. 

The Mercury receives all the Grown and official advertise- 
ments. A Special Edition for West Dean is published on 
Thursday and one for East Dean on Friday. 

Pboprietoes— The Herefordshire Press and Printing 
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CIltGIVCESTElt.— (G/ouce<(er«Atre.) 

Called the metropolis of the Ootteswolds, and is the seat of the Royal 
Agricultural ColU-ge. The district is chiefly agricultural, and is a famous 
hunting country, the kennels of the V, W.B. Hounds being in the town. 
The town gives its name to an archdeaconry. Population (ISU) 7,632.— 
Paper /or the district — 

WILTS AND GLOUCESTBRSHIRB STANDARD AND 
CIRENCESTER AND SWINDON EXPRESS. Satur- 
day, Id. 
Conservative. — Established January 28, 1837. 
Circulates in North and North-west Wilts, Gloucestershire, 
and the western portions of Berks and Oxfordshire. 

It pays particular attention to all questions affecting the 
agricultural interest, is moderate intone.avoidingpersonalities, 
and warmly advocates all that tends to promote moral, social, 
and intellectual advancement. It has also a careful selection 
of literary matter. 
Publisherx — Cirencester Newspaper Co. (Ltd.). (Advt., p. 580.) 
London Office — Clun House, Surrey Street, Strand, W.C. 
Tele. City 7199. 

CliACTOW-OW-SEA.— (^ssear.) 

The development of this now well-known watering-place on the East Coast 
has been very rapid, and it is now one of the most popular seaside resorts 
on the East Coast. There is an excellent service of trains by the Great 
Eastern Railway ; while, during the season, there is a steamboat dailj' to 
and from London. The resident population is (1911) M,777, but in the 
season there are from iO.OOO to 50,000.— Paper* /or the district— 

EAST COAST ILLUSTRATED NEWS AND CLACTON- 
ON-SEA GRAPHIC, with which is incorporated the 
Clacton Gazette. Saturday, \d. 
Neutral. Established 1877. 
Circulates in Clacton and the district. 

Gives full and impartial accounts of all local news. Printed 
on good paper, it takes fine half-tones, and its illustrations, of 
which many appear, are excellently reproduced. 
Proprietors— 0/«c<«7i Gfraphic Co. (Ltd.) 

EAST ESSEX ADVERTISER AND CLACTON NEWS. 
Saturday, \d. 
Independent.— Established 1889. 

Covers a wide district of Essex, which includes the popular 
and important seaside resorts of Brightlingsea, Clacton-on-Sea, 
Frinton-on-Sea, Walton-on-Naze, Dovercourt, Harwich, &c. 
It gives full and reliable accounts of all local happenings. 
Proprietors — East Essex Printing Works (Ltd,). 

ESSEX COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 
Tuesday \d. 

See under Colchester. 

Cl4AYTO:W-IiE-MOO»8.— (ZancasAtVe.) 

Cotton, machine works and calico printing. Population (1911) 8,871.— Papw for 
the district— 

OLAYTON-LE-MOORS OBSERVER. 
(See Accrington Observer^ 

CliECK-HEATO:*.— ( Yorkshire.^ 

A prosperous industrial town in Spenborough, the largest urban district in 
Yorkshire. Population (1911) 14,190 ; Urban district, 31,323.— Pop«r» for the 
district— 

OLECKHEATON ADVERTISER AND SPENBOROUGH 
TIMES. Thursday, Id. 
Liberal. — Established 1864. 

The Cleckheaton Advertiser devotes the whole of its space 
to affairs of local interest and is an ably conducted journal in 
every respect. It is a re-issue of the Heokntondwike Herald. 
Proprietors — Senior & Co. (Ltd.) 

London Office— 85, Fleet St., E.C. Tele. Holbom 2791. 
(Advt. p. 667.) 

OLECKHEATON AND SPENBOROUGH GUARDIAN. 
Friday, Hd. 
Constitutional.— Established 1867. 
Circulates largely in the town and its neighbourhood. 
A local organ with the usual features of a district paper. 
The Chmrdian is printed in Cleckheaton. 
Pbopbietor— E. Hirst. 

CI^K VKUOW .— (5^ojner««<*Atr*. ) 

Is a fashionable health resort, situate on the Bristol Channel, within an easy 
distance by road or rail of Bristol, Clifton, Bath and Wells. Throughout 
the year the town, in consequence of the salubrity of its climate and the 
many advantages it enjoys, is the resort of a large number of visitors It 
hasaflne pier, opening up by steamboat the whole coast line of Wales 
and North Devon ; also excellent golf links. Population (1911) 6,111.— Pooers 
for the district— 

CLEVEDON MAIL & SOMERSET TIMES. 
See under Bristol. 

CLEVEDON MERCURY AND COURIER. Saturday. Id 
Established 1860. 
Circulates in Clevedon, Portishead, Yatton, Wrington, 
Tickenham, Wraxall, Nailsea, Kingston Seymour, Kenn, 
Weston -in-Gordano, Worle, Walton, Clapton, Flax Bourton, 
Long Ashton, Backwell, and is the recognised medium for 
Norfli Somerset. 
PBOPBIBTOB8— Clevedon Printing Co. (Ltd.). 



CIiIXH£ROK.— (£anc<wA»r«.) 

A raannfaetunng town at the foot of the westerly side of Pendle Hill. 
It is built on the banks of the Uiver Kibble, and ison theLancashireand 
Torkshire and Midland Railways. The Midland Company has, within ■ 
comparatively few years, opened out the line further north, and it is 
the oentral town of about SO villages and small towns. Population (1911) 
IJ,»00.— Pop«r* for the district— 

CLITHEROE ADVERTISER. Friday, K 
Nbutbal.— Established 1885. 
Circulates in Clitheroe and the district. 
The Advertiser is full of the local and district news and 
selection of general intelligence. 
Publisher — C. Robinson. 

/ ><LITHEROB TIMES. Fridav, irf. 
W Non-Political.— Established 1888. 

Circulates in Clitheroe, Low Moor, Whalley, Sabden, Chat- 
bum, Gisburne and the surrounding districts. 

Publitheri — Lord & Marsland. 

CO AliTI Iili£.— ( L«tce«(er«Atre.) 

The Coalville Drban District Council area contains (1916) 2S/)00 lnbablt«nts. 
It stands in a great coal district. Paper for the district— 

COALVILLE TIMES. Friday, Irf. 
Neutral.- Established January, 1892. 
Circulates throughout Coalville, Whitwick, Hugglescote, 
Ibstock, Shepshed. Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Market Bosworth, etc. 

Is the only local pai)er in this important industrial centre. 
The local and district news is fully given, and able comments 
thereon are a feature. 
Pbopribtobs— A. Wilkins & Son. 

COCKSmnOVTH.— (Cum6er/and.) 

Is a town in the centre of a wide agricultural and mining district. It Is 
the market town for the populous mining and manufacturing towns and 
villages in West Cumberland. Population (1911) 6,203— Papers for th« 
district— 

COCKE RMOUTH FREE PRESS. Friday. Gratis. 
Neutral. Established 1899. 
A four page paper containing local news and advertisements, 
delivered free in Cockermouth and district. 
Publishers — John Fletcher & Co. 

WEST CUMBERLAND TIMES. Saturday, l<f.; Wed., id. 
Independent.— Established March, 1874. 

Circulates in the agricultural and mining villages and 
the towns of West Cumberland. 

The public affairs of the district are discussed in the leading 
columns of the paper with freedom and judgment, independent 
of party feeling or opinion. Full reports of the news ot West 
Cumberland are given, and, among the numerous interests of 
the district, mining, iron and steel manufacture, and agriculture 
receive special attention. It is a thoroughly popular paper. 

Pbopbibtobs— Brash Brothers (Ltd.). 

COIiCHXlSTKR.— (£m«x.) 

The ancient Roman station of Camulodunnm, and the principal town in Essex, 
is a parliamentary borough, returning one member. It stands on 
the Colne, which is navigable to the town for vessels of 150 tons; 
town carries on a good trade in agricultural produce and cattle. 
It is an important military garrison, and there are extensive infantry, 
cavalry, artillery, and engineer barracks, together with a military 
hospital, said to be the finest in the country. It is also noted for its 
oyster fisheries, engineering works, horticultural gardens, 4c Population 
(1911) 43,463.— Popers /or the district— 

COLCHESTER GAZETTE. Wednesday morning, Irf. 
Consebvativb.— Established July, 1814. 
Circulates in the borough of Colchester and immediate neigh- 
bourhood. 

Contains a comprehensive and well-arranged record of all 
occurrences of local interest, reports of the proceedings of 
public bodies, and political and religious meetings, kc, brief 
original comments on local topics, local illustrations, &c. 
Pboprietors — Benham k Co. Ltd. 

ESSEX AND SUFFOLK NEWS. Saturday, Id. 
Conservative,- Established November 7, 1867. 
Circulates in Colchester, Braintree, Witham, Maldon, Chelms- 
ford, Harwich, Sudbury, Bury St. Edmunds, Hadleigh, Haver- 
hill, Saffron Walden, and throughout Essex and Suffolk. 
Publisher— E. Lewis. 

ESSEX COUNTY STANDARD, WEST SUFFOLK 
GAZETTE, AND EASTERN COUNTIES ADVER- 
TISER. Saturday morning. Id. 

Conservative. — Established January, 1831. 

Circulates throughout Essex, Suffolk, and the other Eastern 
counties. 

The Essex County Standard gives the best supply of local 
news, and ranks high amongst the Provincial Press as a 
high-class paper, supplied with modem attractions in the way of 
racy local notes, frequent local illustrations, portraits, &c., &c., 
and popular special articles on various local and general topics ; 
pays special attention to agricultural affairs ; gives compre- 
hensive reports of county meetings, &c., and has, for more 
than eighty years, been the recognised organ for the publica- 
tion of county and borough, and Government advertise- 
ments, &c. 

PBOPBiBTOBd— Benham k Co. Ltd. 



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ESSEX COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 
Tuesday and Saturday, Id. 

Liberal. — Established May 1, 1858. 

The Ussex County Telegraph occupies a prominent place 
amongst provincial papers. It publishes special and exclusive 
articles by competent writers upon literature, sport, agricul- 
ture, and friendly society matters ; and recognising the modern 
tendency towards illustration, has added to the value and 
interest of its full reports of local events, sketches and portraits 
in connection therewith. 

It is a good family paper, and by reason of its originality 
is eagerly sought after. 

A Special Edition for Clacton-on-Sea is published on Tuesday 
afternoon. 

Publisher — Charles Gale. (Advt., p. 665.") 

COTJ^ieOTlli.— {Gloucestershire.) 

It IB themetropolis of the Forest of Dean, and the centre of this important 
iron and coal district. The principal station of the Severn and Wye Rail- 
way Company is at Coleford. Population (19U) 4,887— Pop«r for the 
district— 

DEAN FOREST GUARDIAN. Thursdav, Id. 
Conservative.— Established July 3rd, 1874. 
Circulatesthrough Newland, Redbrook, Monmouth, Staunton, 
English Bicknor, Ruardean, Drybrook, Mitcheldean, Cinder- 
ford, Newnham, Blakeney, Lydney, Bream, St. Briavels, 
Lydbrook, and throughout the entire district of the Forest 
of Dean. 
J*ubluher—ATthnT T. Bright. (Advt.. p. 663.) 

COIiEliHI T.T.,—( Warwickshire.) 

A market-town, with a population of (1911) SfilS.— Paper for the district— 

OOLESHILL CHRONICLE & NUNEATON STANDARD. 
Saturday, Id. 

Neutral.— Established 1874. 

Circulates in Coleshill and North Warwickshire, including 
Arley Bickenhill, Castle Bromwich, Curdworth, Fillongley, 
Great Packington, Little Packington, Kingsbury, Lea, 
Minworth, Marston, Maxstoke, Meriden, Nuneaton, Nether 
Whitacre, Over Whitacre, Shustoke, Water Orton, 
Wishaw, &c. 

The Chronicle gives full reports of local events, and a digest 
of general news. 

Propbietorr— Thomas Burbidge & Son. (Advt., p. 568.) 

CO liW E. — (Lancashire.) 

A large town, in a manufacturing district, with a population of(ltu) M,89S 
— Paper for the district— 

C10LNE AND NELSON TIMES. Friday, l^d. 
I iNDEPEHDENT.— Established 1870. 

Circulates in Colne, Nelson, Barrowford, Brierfield, Burnley, 
Skipton, and West Riding of Yorkshire. 
Reports the local and district news fully. 
PBOPRIETOB&--R. Hyde & Sons. (Advt., p. 561.) 

COIiliVYW 1iA.1i:,— {Denbighshire.) 

A'rising watering-place, with a population of (1913) 18,000.— Paper* for the 
dittrieir- 

WELSH COAST PIONEER. Thursday, Id. 
Conservative.— Established November 19, 1898. 
Circulates along the whole of the North Wales Coast and in 
the counties of Denbigh, Flint, Carnarvon and Merioneth. 
PROPRIETOR&— TFi?/*?! Coast Pioneer (Ltd.) 

COLWYN BAY AND NORTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS. 
See North Wales Weekly News, Conway. 

COLWYN BAY HALFPENNY HERALD. Saturday, Id. 
A reprint of Llandudno Register and Visitors' Herald. 
OOLWYN BAY STANDARD. Friday, yi. 
A reprint of the North Wales Standard. See under 
Conway. 

COW GliETOW .— ( Cheshire.) 

Is a municipal borough, and is the centre of a large manufacturing and 
agricultural district. Its staple trades are silk, fustian, towel, weanng, 
engineericg works, cigar and cigarette making. It is a market town and 
has a Tery picturesque locality. Population (1911) 11,310.— Popers /or the 
district— 

OONGLETON CHRONICLE. Saturday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1855. 
Circulates widely in Congleton, Macclesfield, Sandbach, 
Biddulph, Bradley Green, Mow Cop, and the adjoining towns. 
Proprietor— Robt. Head. 
London Office— 173, Fleet Street, E.G. 

CONGLETON GUARDIAN. Tuesday and Friday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established 1889. 
A reprint of the Crewe Guardian. (Advt., p. 512.) 

CONGLETON TIMES. Friday Id. 
Liberal.— Established 1872. 

See under Maooleafield. 



COMSISTT.— (ZJurAawi.) 

Is situated within a short distance of Newcastle-on-Tyn*, and is well known 
for its iron-works, the largest in the kiugdom, employing not less than 
six thousand persons. It is also the centre of an extensive 3oal-mining 
and iron-working district, including Black Hill, Leadgate, Towlaw, 
Stanley, Annfield Flaia, Dipton, Bamhope, Langley Park, Ebchester, Lan- 
chester, Medomsley, Bishop-Auokland, West Auckland, Crook, and 
many other places noted for their industrial enterprise. Population 
(1911) 11,209.— Papers /or the district— 

CONSETT AND STANLEY CHRONICLE. Friday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1894. 
Circulates in Consett, Blackhill, Annfiold Plain, Stanley, 
Chester-le-Street, and North -West Durham. 

The Chronicle is an excellent local newspaper, and discusses 
political affairs independently. 
Proprietor.- Philip C. Neasham. 

CONSETT GUARDIAN. Thursday, \d. 
Liberal.— Established September 1, 1860. 
Circulates in Consett, Shotley Bridge, Blackhill, Annfield 
Plain, Stanley, and generally throughout the iron and coal 
mining districts of West Durham. 

Is a family rather than a political paper ; devotes a large 
space to the local news of the town and neighbourhood, and 
epitomises the general intelligence. 
Proprietors— Robert Jackson Sa Co. (Advt., p. 562.) 

COW^WAY.— (Camarvoti.) 

A seaport and market town, four miles south of Llandudno. It is enclosed in a 
lofty wall, and contains the rains of a magnificent castle, built in 12S4. 
Does a small coasting trade and enjoys considerable popularity as a summer 
resort. Population (1911) 5,242.— Papers /or the District — 

CONWAY STANDARD. Friday, id. 
A reprint of the North Wales Standard. See below. 

NORTH WALES STANDARD. Friday, ii. 
Independent.— Established 1915. 
Circulates in Conway and the towns and villages of North 
Wales, the news of which it ably renorts. Issues a series of 
9 reprints for various centres in the district. 
Publishers — North Wales Standard. 
London Office— 66, Knolly's Road, Streatham, S.W. 

"VTORTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS. 

LN Liberal.— Friday, Id. Established February, 1883. 

Gives all the news of North Wales, and special illustrated 
articles. In addition to the general edition for North Wales, 12 
other localised editions are published for various centres. 

Proprietors— R. E. Jones & Bros. 

VALE OF OLWYD WEEKLY NEWS. See North Wales 
Weekly News. 

VALE OF CONWAY WEEKLY NEWS. See North Wales 
Weekly News. 



Population of parish about 



CO »^f¥E W .—{Merionethshire.) 

A town on the Dee 12 miles N E. of Bala by Rail. 
3,000.— Poper /or the district— 

ADSAIN. (The Echo.) Tuesday, ii. 
Established 1903. 
Circulates in Corwen, Bala, Llangollen, &c. Givea local 
news in Welsh and English. 
Publishers — Corwen Printing Co. 

COVTj^IOO^— {Surrey.) 

A growing residential town five miles south of Croydon. Population (1911) 14,8S6. 
—Paper far the district. 

OOULSDON & PURLEY WEEKLY RECORD. Friday, Ji. 
Independent. Established 1912. 
Circulates in Coulsdon, Purley, South Beddington, Sander- 
stead, and district. Contains very full reports of all local 
happenings and is a well produced country weekly. 
Publisher— T. Minty. 

CO\ ^^T^IE ,— {Warwickshire.) 

An ancient municipality returning one Member to Parliament. Long 
celebrated for the production of watches and ribbons. Coventry has 
now become the leading centre for the motor and cycle industries. There 
are also large ordnance works, foundries, tool and machine manufactories 
and other branches of the iron and steel industries. A considerable trade 
isalsocicme in trimminKS, silk, worsted, and other textile fabrics. The 
Warwickshire coalfield which la being extensively developed extends up to 
the boundaries of the city. Coventry is one of the mnst rapidly growing 
towas in the kingdom, its population having doubled in a little over 10 yean. 
Population (191B) 180,000.— Papers for the district— 

COVENTRY AND WARWICKSHIRE GRAPHIC. 
Friday, \d. 
Independent. Established 1911. Incorporated with The 
Coventry Reporter. (Established 1885.) 

An illustrated weekly containing all the news of the 
week in bright and readable form. Circulates throughout 
Coventry and the Midlands. 
Proprietors — Coventry Reporter. Ltd. 
London Office— W^, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Holborn 5228. 



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COVENTRY HERALD AND FREE PRESS, with which 
is incorporated the Coventry Timet. 

Friday and Saturday, Id. 

Liberal. — Established 1808, 

Circulates in Coventry, and throughout Kenilworth, War- 
wick, Leamington, Bedworth, Foleshillj and the towns and 
villages of North Warwickshire, comprising a population of 
300.000. 

Is the oldest Liberal paper in the city, and in the Northern 
division of Warwickshire. 

Publisher — Richard Simmons. 

/COVENTRY STANDARD. Friday, Id. 
V_y Conservative.— Established 1741. 

Circulates in Warwickshire and several counties adjoining, 
but principally in the city of Coventry, and the extensive agri- 
cultural, mining, and motor and cycle manufacturing district 
surrounding the citv. It is the oldest newspaper in the county. 
Proprietors— Thomas Burbidge & Son. (Advt., p. 662.) 

MIDLAND DAILY TELEGRAPH, id. 
Established 1891. 
Circulates throughout the Midland counties. 
The Telegraph gives all the latest local and general news, 
and a first-class supply of telegraphic intelligence. 
Manager — Richard Simmons. 
London Officer— m. Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Central 4481. 

CO^WES.— (/sfc of Wight.) 

The cnief seaport of the Isle of Wight, is situated at the mouth of the river 
Medina. It derives Its nam; from two block houses or "Cowes." The 
one at West Cowes is now tlic cluu house of the Royal Yacht Squadron. 
Oowesis connected with Newport nd other parts by the Isle of Wight 
Central Railway. Population (19U) 9,633; East Oowei 4,659. Paver for the 
district— 

ISLE OF WIGHT HERALD AND COWES AND EAST 
COWES NEWS. Friday, Id. Established 1864. 
Circulates in Cowes. East Cowes, and the Island generally. 
Proprietor — G. Fellows. 

CRA1>I/£Y Vl'EA.TW.— Staffordshire. 

Is a pop«lous town in the Black Country, part of the Rowley Regis Urban Dis- 
trict which also embraces Old Hill, Rowley B ackbeath and Turndalf , whilst 
it is also adjacent to the larj* rura area of Ha es >wen. The Rowley paiisbcs 
ar-- in the Pari*raentary iioro' of Dudley whilst tb« Halesowen parishes a e 
in North Worcestershire. Cradley Heath is the homo of the chain traile and 
there are also important mining and engineering industries carried one 
Paper for the ditirict. 

C BOUNTY EXPRESS (Halesowen and Rowley edition), 
y Non-Political.— Established 1907. Saturday, 1<Z. 

Is a paper which covers the important area between Cradley 
Heath and Birmingham including Cradley Heath, Quany Bank, 
Old Hill. Rowley, Blackheath, Quinton, Halesowen, Hill, 
Hawne, Cakemore, Lapal Illev, etc 

OJiee—81, High street, Cradley Heath. 

Proprietors — The County Express, Ltd. 

London Office— i>>5. Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Central 2994. 
(Advt. p. 562.) 

C WlA.'ySV'SjKrV .—{.Sussex. ) 

A thriving and increasing market-town, a few miles from Reigate, in the 
centre of a large agricultural and sporting district.— Paper tor the 
di$tru:t — 

SUSSEX AND SURREY COURIER. Friday Id. 
Independent. — Established 1881. 
A re-issue of the Eait Grinstead Observer. 
Propeietors— Farncombe & Co. (Ltd.). (Advt. p. 576.) 

CR AYF^^ K O— (Z«n«.) 

Agrowing town 6 miles from Woolwich. Hat Ia'°ge engineering works. Popula- 
latioM about 7,000.— Paper for the dittrict.— 

CRAYFORD EXPRESS. Friday, \d. 
Nhutral. Established 1915. 
A localised edition of the Bexley Heath and Bexley Observer. 

CRERITO M.— (Z)<?tJon«/arc.) 

An important market town in North Devon, noted for its wholesale boot anU 
shoe manufactories. Chief town in Southmolton parliamentary division 
of Devon. Population (1911) 3,640.— Paper/or the district— 

CREDITON CHRONICLE AND NORTH DEVON 
GAZETTE. Saturday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1871. 

Conducted with special attention to the interests of local 
agriculturists and manufacturers. 
Proprietors— Gregory & Son. 

C R E^f IE,— (Chef hire. ) 

Orewe is the site of the London and North-Wescern Railway Works, at which 
ten thiiusand flrst-class mechanics are employed. Population (1911) 
44,970 — Papers for the district— 

CREWE CHRONICLE. Friday, Id. 
Liberal.— Established 1874. 
Has a large circulation in this important neighbourhood. 
Reports all the local news very fully and is a good family 
newspaper. 
Publisher — Charles Smith. 
London Office— 115, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Central 2626. 



CREWE AND NANTWICH OBSERVER. Thursday 
evening, \d. 
Unionist. Established 1908. 
Has an extensive circulation in this busy centre. 
Manager— J. A. BirchaU. (Advt., p. 662.) 

OREWE GUARDIAN. Tuesday and Friday, \d. 
Neutral.— Established 1863. 
The local news of the district, «ith general intelligence, is 
very fully given. 

Proprietors— Mackie k Co. (Limited). 

London Office— 173, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. City 7662. 
(Advt., p. 512.) 



CROMER.— (iNTor/o/A.) 

An important watering-plar« on the east coast, largely resorted to in 
the season. Population (1911) 4.074.— Poper /or the district— 

CROMER, SHERINQHAM AND DISTRICT WEEKLY 
PRESS. Saturday- Id. 
Liberal. Established 1913 

Circulates in Cromer, Sheringham, North Walsham, and 
the towns and villages of North Norfolk generally. 

Contains full reports of all local news of the week, also 
important general news features with illustrations. 
It is one of the Eastern Weekly Press Series. 

Office — 7, Church Street. 

London Office— 151, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Central 2276. 

CROKTROROUCm.— (/S'Mssex.) 

A popular and growing inland health resort. Famous for its high gitii&- 
tion,&ne views, invigorating air and golf links— Pap«r /or the district— 

CROWBOROUGH WEEKLY. Saturday, Id, 
Independent.— Established 1903. 
Circulates in Crowborough, Jarvis Brook, Rotherfield, &c. 
Publuhers — Southern Publishing Co. (Ltd)., Brighton. 
London Office-^9, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Holborn 2268. 

Cn€^y^T.lE— (Lincolnshire.) 

A small town whose chief industries are Agrieultnre, Peat HoM Works and 
Brewing. Population (1911) 4,922.— Poper /or the disiriel- 

CROWLE ADVERTISER AND ISLE OF AXHOLMB 
NEWS. Saturday, id. 
Independent. Established 1871. 

Circulates in Crowle, Epworth, Althorpe, Keadby,and district. 
A four-page paper containing the local news of the week. 

Pnblishers—The Isle of Axholme Printing Co., Ltd. 



CROYROHr.— (.Surrey.) 

la a large, neat, and pleasant town, retaining very little of its ancient 
character. It was incorporated as a borough in 1883 with a mayor, 12 abler- 
men, and 36 councillors. It is 9^ miles from London, with which it has 
excellent railway communication. Croydon returns one Member of 
Parliament. It is now a County Boronsrh. The population (1911), 169,559, 
is the largest of any town in Surrey, and is rapidly increasing. 
-Papersjor the district— 

/CROYDON ADVERTISER. Friday, IJrf. 
' J Independent.— Established February, 1869. Incor- 
porates the Croydon Guardian and Croydon Express. 

An ably conducted paper which has a large circulation in 
Croydon and the district. 

Proprietor— Exors. of the late Jesse W. Ward. 

CROYDON TIMES. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, \d. 
Libekal.— Established June, 1860. 
Circulates in Croydon and surrounding district. 
Proprietor- E. B. Purnell. 



O A liTOlf -¥ W-EUR MESS — ( Lancashire.) 

A large town a few miles from Dlverston. The centre of a rich mining 
district. Population (1911) 10,766.— Popers for the district— 

iALTON GUARDIAN.— C^w Barrow Guardian.) (Advt. 
p. 558.) 

D ALTON NEWS. Saturday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1882. 
A localised edition of the Barrow News, which circulates 
largely in Dalton and the Furness mining district. 

The" local and district news is given at length with local 
pictures, and a good selection of general intelligence. 
Proprietors — Barrow News and Mail {lAA.). 
London Office— I3i, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. City 7984. 
(Advt., p. 567.) 



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B> A It 1^ ■ X «TO X .— { Durham.) 

U the chief town hetween Leeds and Newcastle. Situated on the borders of 
Yorkshire and Co. Durham. It is the centre of the wide agricultura , 
manufacturing, and mining district of North Yorkshire and South 
Durham Its position on the main railway line between London and 
Edinburith brings the town into intimiite contact with the ports on 
both Kast and West coasts, and with the extensive manufacturing 
districts of Yorkshire and Lancashire, as well as with che important 
ship-building and engineering trades of the Tyne, Wear, and Tee?. 
The chief engineering works of the North'Eastern Railway Company 
arelocited hen; as well as other large engine, forge, railway and gas 
plant, and waggon and bridge-building works. There »re also iron and 
steel-rolling mills, wire mills and woollen factories. Darlington has 
a population of (1911) 65,633, which i« rapidly increasing.— Paper* for 
the district— 

DARLINGTON AND STOCKTON TIMES, RIPON AND 
RICHMOND CHRONICLE. Saturday, Id. 

Independent. — Established 1847. 

Circulates throughout the county of Durham, and the 
North and West Ridings of Yorkshire, including Darlington, 
Stockton-on-Tees, Middlesbrough, the Hartlepools, Barnard 
Castle, Ripon, Richmond, Reeth, Northallerton, Masham, 
Bedale, Thirsk, Leyburn, Askrigg, Hawes. Stokesley, 
Guisborough, Redcar, Yarm, Whitby, the Aucklands and 
Weardale. 

Advocates measures on their merits, with a decided leaning 
in favour of necessary and beneficial reform; and especial atten- 
tion is given, in its leading columns, to all subjects calculated 
to promote social progress. The Darlington and Stockton Times 
contains every week special and exclusive articles on agricul- 
ture, the estate and property markets, and the iron, coal, and 
engineering trades. 

Publishers — The Darlington and Stockton Times Co. (Ltd.) 
(Advt.. p. 562.) 

NORTHERN EVENING DESPATCH. Daily, id. 
Liberal and Progressive. Established September 5, 1914. 

The Northern Despatch is a newcomer amoag the daily press, 
but already it has made great headway in the Northern counties. 

Sharing the Northern Echo's special facilities for the collec- 
tion of news, it gives the latest foreign and general intelligence 
as received, in its several editions daily. 

Proprietoes. — Morth of England Newspaper Co. (Ltd.). 

London Office—n, Bouverie Street, E.C. Tele. City 6107. 
(Advt. p. 531.) 

NORTHERN ECHO. Daily (Morning), id. 
Liberal and Progressive.— Established 1869. 

The Northern Echo is the chief Liberal and Progressive 
paper published between Leeds and Dundee, and circulates 
very extensively in these districts, particularly throughout the 
five Northern counties. It is essentially a paper for the home. 

The Northern Echo is one of the oldest halfpenny morning 
newspapers. The Northern Echo is conducted on the mos^t 
modern journalistic lines. As a political and commercial 
journal it has obtained a position of great influence by the 
vigour with which it is conducted, and the " thorough " 
character of its opinions. Its leading articles are characterised 
by individuality of thought, and are constantly quoted. The 
foreign and general news is exclusive, whilst the local news 
is full and complete, and the claims are fully met of the 
North-eastern seaports and the populous and wealthy mining 
and engineering districts where the Northern Echo is the 
recognised commercial organ. 

Proprietors — North of England Newspaper Co. (Ltd.) 

London Offke—n, Bouverie Street, E.C. Tele. City 5107. 
(Advt., p. 5 51.) 

NORTH STAR. Daily (Morning), ^d. 
Unionist.— Established 1880. 
Circulates throughout Northumberland, Durham and North 
Yorkshire. 

The North Star, while maintaining its high character as a 
general newspaper for all classes, gives hearty support to the 
Unionist party. 
Publishers — North Star Newspaper, Ltd. 
London Office— n. Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Central 5418. 

l>AllXFO t\,n,—{Kenl.) 

A large town in the agricultural and manufacturing district of Nortli-west 
Ken t. with a population of (1911) 23,6o9.— /'aperg tor the district— 

DARTFORD CHRONICLE. Friday, IcJ. 
Independent. — Established 1869. 
Circulates in Dartford and district. 
Offices— 49, High Street. 
Publishers — Xentish District TimesCo.(Ltd.). Advt., p. 621.) 

DARTFORD EXPRESS. Friday, Id. 
Independent. — Established 1872. 
Circulates in Dartford, Farningham, Eynsford, Swanscombe, 
Greenhithe, Wilmington, Stone, and surrounding villages. 

Is a good family newspaper, reporting the local news in 
bright, readable style. 

One of the Nortfi Kent Observer Series. 
Proprietor— T. W. Jenkins. 

WEST KENT ADVERTISER. Friday, W. (Two editions.) 
Established 1876. 
The recognised county paper for the North-Westem Division 
of Kent. 
The West Kent Advertiser is a well-conducted iournal. 
Publishers — F. and E. W. Snowden. 



OARTMOUTII.— (i)ewws^tVe.) 

Is a municipal borough, very picturesquely situated on the wesi side of the 
harbour formed by the river Dart. It is remarkable for itc line land- 
locked harbour, and is a large coaling port for steamships. Population 
(1911)7,005.— Papers /or the district— 

DARTMOUTH & SOUTH HAMS CHRONICLE. Friday, l<i. 
Independent. — Established January 2, 1854. 
Circulates throughout South Devon and the West of England. 
It is chiefly devoted to matters of local interest, news, and 
correspondence. 
Proprietors— R. Cranford & Son. 

DARTMOUTH WESTERN GUARDIAN. Thursday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1882. 
Circulates in Dartmouth and district. 
A localised edition of the Western Guardian, Totnes. 

WtA.Vll/V'E'X.— (Lancashire.) 

An iiuportantand populous manufacturing town.SJ miles south from Black- 
burn, and 9 miles north from Bolton, on the Blackburn and Bolton branch 
of the Lancashire and yorkshireUail way, and in a valeof theriverDarwen 
are numerous paper-making, paper-staining, and cotton mills in the 
town and neighbourhood. Darwen is a municipal borough, and is the 
head of a Petty Sessional Division. Population il911) 40,344.— Papers 
for the district— 

DARWEN GAZETTE. Saturday, Id. (with which is incor- 
porated the Darwen Post). 

Conservative. Established 1885. 

Circulates in Darwen, Blackburn, and populous surrounding 
districts. 

The Gazette is the official Conservative organ. 

It is an excellent local journal, having a very complete news 
service and being ably edited. 

Proprietors— The Gazette Press (Ltd.). 

London Office— m, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Holborn 6791. 

DARWEN NEWS. Saturday, Id. Wednesday, i^d. 
Liberal.— Established 1874. 

Is the recognised organ of the Liberal party for the Darwen 
Parliamentary Division ; circulates extensively among all 
classes in Darwen, Blackburn, and surrounding districts; gives 
lengthy and reliable reports of local events, carefully-written 
summaries of general news, accurate commercial informa- 
tion, reviews, &;c. Wednesday's issue is the only mid-weekly 
paper published in the Darwen Division. 

Proprietor— J. J. Riley. 

London Office— 119, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. City 8972. 

DARWEN WEEKLY ADVERTISER. Friday, id. 
Independent. Established 1893. 
Has a good circulation in Darwen and district. 
Local notes and news are included in four large pages of 
advertisemeots. 
Proprietor— N. Leach. 

DAT E ^ Tit Y.— ( Northamptonshire. ) 

a market-town 12 miles west of Northampton and on the London and 
North Western Railway. It possesses several large manufactories for 
boots and shoes. Population (1911) 3,517.— Paper/or the district— 

DAVENTRY EXPRESS. Saturday, |<i. 
Conservative.— Established 1860. 
Circulates in Daventry and the neighbourhood. 
Proprietor- H. Chown. 

DA.ll¥lLT»n.— {Devonshire.) 

A Watering Place on the South Coast greatly resorted to by invalidsf oritg 
balmy air and excellent bathing facilities bothforladiesaud gentlemen. 
The (ireat Western Railway main line runs along the beach and connects 
the town with Exeter, Plymouth, Falmouth, and Penzance. Population 
(1911) 4,099.— Paper /<ir the district— 

DAVVLISH GAZETTE. Saturday, id. and Id. 
Neutral.— Established 1897. 
Circulates in the town and district. The only local paper. 
Proprietor — E. Eunson. 

OEAli.— (jfiTen^.) 

Is a fashionablewatering-place, much frequented by visitors foritsbracing 
sea breezes, and excellent bathing facilities ; commands a full view of the 
Downs, the Goodwin Sands and the coast of France ; is provided with a 
commodious and ornamental iron landing and promenade pier approach- 
able by vessels at all times of the tide. Upper and LowerWalmer are close 
to thetown;in the former is Walmer Castle, and atthe latter the training 
depot of the Royal Marines. Population (1911)11,297.— Papers for the 

DEAl'pAPER and EAST KENT ADVERTISER. 
Saturday, Id. 
Conservativb. — Established 1891. 

A popularly conducted family and general newspaper, con- 
taining full reports of all local news, visitors' list. &c., &;c. 
Proprietor — G. B. Richmond. (Advt., p. 6()3.) 

DEAL, WALMER, AND SANDWICH MERCURY. 
Friday, Id. 
Unionist. — Established June 1, 1865. 

Circulates in Deal, Walmer, Sandwich, Dover, and the 
surrounding villages. 
Proprietors — T. F. Pain & Sons. 

KENTISH TELEGRAM, AND DEAL, WALMER, 
DOVER, AND SANDWICH VISITORS' GUIDE. 
Wednesday, Id. 
Liberal. — Established January 2, 1858. 
Circulates in Deal, Walmer, Sandwich, Dover, &c. 
Propkibtob— H. T. Pain. 



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A small seaside town between Llandudno Junction and Llandudno.— Pap«r for 

the diairict— 



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EGANWY STAI^DARD. Friday, id. 
A repriut of the North fVales Standard, Conway. 



ere it rei irt of visitors, on account of the magnificent old caitle bo famous in 
WeUh history, and deslroyed by Cromwell, and the splendid scenery of the 
far-famed Vule or Clwjrd. called " the Eden of Wales." Population (1911) 



D E ir B r O H.— ( Z)f!7i%/t8/aVe.) 

A parliamentary and municipal horough. The polling centre for the county. 

e it res >rt of visitors, on account of l^ '" '" 

elbh history. and deslroyed b; 
r-famed Vule or Clwyd. c»" 
6.«S(L—PapeTt for the dUtrict 

BANER AC AMSEUAU CYMRU (Banner and Times of 
Wales). Saturday, Id. 
Liberal.— Established 1843. 

It is printed in the Welsh languase, and is devoted to the in- 
terests of the Principality, special notice being taken of all 
matters which concern agricultural interests. 
Publishers — Gee & Son, Ltd. 

DENBIGHSHIRE FREE PRESS— DENBIGH. RUTHIN- 
VALE OF CLWYD; LLANRWSI AND VALE OF 
CONWAY, AND FLINTSHIRE FREE PRESS. 
Friday, Id. 
Independent.— Established May, 1881. 
Circulates in Denbigh, Ruthin, The Vale of Clwyd, and 
throughout the counties of Denbigh, Flint, and Merioneth. 

"An independent journal for all classes and parties in the 
parliamentary division of Western Denbighshire." 

The local and county interests are well looked after, and 
careful reports appear in its pages of all occurrences in the 
district. It is a thoroughly good family newspaper. 
Propbietoes— Charles Cottom & Co. (Advt., p. 663.) 

TVrrORTH WALES TIMES. Friday, Id. 
JJN Liberal.— Established April, 1895. 

Circulates in the counties of Denbigh, Flint, Merioneth, and 
North Wales generally. Printed in English. 

A thorough exponent of Liberal politics. An excellent 
report is given of all local intelligence, and a well-arranged 
summary of general news. 

Proprietors- Gee & Son, Ltd. 



t^JiJEllBlK:,— (Derbyshire.) 

A parliamentary and municipal borough. Headquarterg and ^orks of the 
Midland Railway Co., also Rolls-Royce Motor Co. Famous in the past tor 
its silk manufactures ; it has numerous ir»n works of importance ; there 
are also several lace raanufactcries and porcelain works, which are much 
celebrated ; and manufactories where all kinds of ornaments are made of 
the marbles, spar, petrifactions, &c., found in the vicinity. Many hands 
are employed here in the lapidary and jewellery branches, and its 
agricultural districts create considerable trade in malt. It has rolling 
mills, foundries, motor works, soap works, and bleaching grounds. 
Population (1916) l3i.Q(M.— Papers forthe district— 

DERBY & COUNTY FOOTBALL EXPRESS. Saturday 
night during Football Season, ^d. Neutral. 
Established 1907. 

Contains all the latest sporting and athletic intelligence, 
together with ably-written articles. 
Proprietors — Derby Mercury and Express (Ltd.). 
London Office— 173, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Central 4481. 

DERBY DAILY TELEGRAPH. Evening, id. 
Liberal.— Established July, 1879. 
Covers practically the whole of Derbyshire and portions of 
surrounding counties. The paper is well edited, and special 
features are made of London correspondence. 
Proprietors— E. M. Pike (Ltd.). 

London Office— 62, Ludgate Hill, E.G. Tele. City 3578. 
(Advt., p. 563.) 

DERBY DAILY EXPRESS. Daily, 6 pages, id. 
Conservative.— Established November, 1884. 

Circulates in Derby and in all the towns and villages in 
Derbyshire and parts of Staffordshire. Has a full news service, 
publishes latest stock exchange and sporting news and shows 
?reat enterprise in reporting local matters. It is a bright and 
eadable " evening," paying special attention to its make-up 
ind printing. 

The only Conservative daily in Derbyshire. 

Proprietors — Derby Mercury and Express (Ltd.). 

London OfRce—llS, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Central 4481. 
Advt. p. 520.) 

DERBY MERCURY, Friday, Id. 12 pages. 
Neutral. — Established 1732. 

Circulates extensively through the town and county of Derby 
nd the adjoining counties. 

Advocates the interests of agriculture, commerce, manufac- 
Ures, literature, and the Church of England. Great attention 
I paid to all local proceedings, of which the fullest and most 
3curate reports are given, and space is weekly devoted to the 
jviews of new books and music. 

Proprietors — Derby Mercury and Express (Ltd.). 

London Office— 113. Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Central 4481. 
idvt., p. 520.) 



DERBY REPORTER. Friday, ]d. 
Liberal. — Established January, 1823. 

Is a county family paper. Circulates through the whole 
county of Derby, and in the adiacent parts of North Stafford- 
shire, Leicestershire, and Nottinghamshire. 

Gives special attention to politics, and to agriculture ; gives 
the news of the week, local and general, fully and satis- 
factorily. 

Proprietors— E. M. Pike (Ltd.). 

London Office— 62, Ludgate Hill, E.G. Tele. City 3678. 
(Advt., p. 661; 

DERBYSHIRE ADVERTISER. Friday and Saturday, Irf. 
Unionist.- Established January, 1846. 

The Advertiser has a very large circulation amongst the 
nobility, clergy, professional classes, agriculturists, trades- 
people, and general community througnout Derbyshire, North 
Staffordshire, and portions of the adjacent counties of Chester, 
Notts, and Leicester. It reports with fulness, accuracy, and 
impartiality the local news of the county borough of Derbv, 
as well as of the other towns and villages of the wide area m 
which it circulates. The Advertiser is the recognised medium 
for legal, official and trade advertisements. A distinctive 
feature of the Advertiser is also its unrivalled display of 
auction and property sales, and of local advertisements. 

Proprietors— Hobson & Son (Ltd.). 

London Office— 2, Copthall Buildings, B, C. Tele. Wall 4984. 
(Advt., p. 563.) 



OEVIZE8.— ( Wiltshire.) 

Is one of the five royal boroughs in England and the returning town for the 
Devizes or East Wilts parliameniary division. It is surrounded by a 
very extensive and important agricultural district, and its market is 
one of the largest in the West of England. The County Assizes and 
Quarter Sessions are held here. The County Asylum, the Military Depot, 
and a Military Detention Prison are within the borough, and much of the 
public business of the county is here transacted. Large joinery works, 
tobacco factory, milk and cheese dairies, bacon factory, &c. Fopulatioa 
(1911) 9,126.— Poper* for the district— 

WILTSHIRE ADVERTISER. Thursday, Id. 
Liberal.— Established 1857. 
Circulates throughout Wiltshire, and in the adjoining 
counties, amongst all classes. Only Liberal paper in East 
Wilts. A popular family paper. 
Proprietor — F. M. Gillman. 
London Office— U5, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Holbom 4934. 

WILTSHIRE GAZETTE. Thursday, Id. 
Conservative.— Established January, 1816. 
Circulates generally throughout the county, and extensively 
in the adjoining counties. 
Proprietor- George Simpson & Co., Devizes, Ltd. 

TT7ILTSHIRE TELEGRAPH. Saturday, id. 

VV Conservative.— Established 1877. 

Circulates in Devizes, Calne, Chippenham, Pewsey, Marl> 
borough, and surrounding districts. 

Proprietor — George Simpson & Co., Devizes, Ltd. 

OEVOHrrOItT {Devonshire.^ 

Is now part of the extended municipal borough of Flymoutb, but has its own 
representatives (2) in Parliament: is indebted for its origin to Its 
adoption as theseat of one of the principal naval arsenals of the kingdom. 
Its harbour is admitted to be the finest in the world, and has also been 
chosen as the site of one of the great naval dockyards. Population, 
81,694. Population of three towns (Plymouth, Devonport, and Stone- 
house) nearly 250,000.— Paper/or fft« district— 

WESTERN INDEPENDENT. Saturday and Sunday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1808. 
Circulates in Plymouth, Devonport, and Stonehouse; also 
largely throughout the West of England. Gives full and 
impartial reports of all local events. 
Publishers— ^\i\ife\6. k Newman, Ltd. 
London Office— UO, Fleet Street, B.C. 

O^'WmnVnY,— {Yorkshire.) 

Dewsbury is a corporate and parliamentary borough, and the centre of a 
district containing over 200,000 inhabitants. It is the seat of the 
blanket and heavy woollen trades, which are carried on exiensivelv 
not only in Dewsbury itself, but also in the thickly-populated and 
rapidlv-rising towns of Batley, Morley, Ossett, Mirfleld, Cleckheaton, 
and Heckmondwike, as well as in the neighbouring townships of 
Birstal, Earlsheaton, Hanging Beaton, Gawthprpe, Horbury, Chick- 
enley &c Three railways have large stations in the borough. 
Population (1911) 53,888.— Popers forthe district— 

DEWSBURY DISTRICT NEWS AND CHRONICLE. 
Saturday, Ihd. 

Conservative.— Established 1854. 

Circulates in the Parliamentary Divisions of Dewsbury, 
Morley, and Spen Valley. Occupies a unique position as an 
authority upon the textile trade of Yorkshire. 

The illustrated newspaper of the heavy woollen district. 

Proprietors— News Printing Co. (Ltd.). 

London Office— 82-S5, Fleet Street, B.C. Tele, Central 2994. 
(Advt., p. 564.) 

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DEVVSBUEY FREE PRESS. Wednesday, id. 
Principles: Independent. Established June 9, 1915. 
Delivered from door to door in Dewsbury and the surrounding 
district. It contains interesting items of local news, also 
illustrations. 
Publishers— J. Fearnsides & Sons, Ltd. 

DEWSBURY REPORTER. Saturday, Ud. 
Liberal.— Established August 21, 1858. 
Circulates extensively in Dewsbury, Batley, Mirfield, Heck- 
mondwike, Ossett, Morley, and surrounding district. Is an 
influential paper, and has the reputation of being most 
reliable. A first-class commercial and family paper, gives full 
reports and comments on all local matters, &c. 
Proprietors — The Reporter (Ltd.). 
London Office— 5, New Bridge Street, E.G. (Advt., p. 563.) 

YORKSHIRE FACTORY TIMES. Thursday, Id. 
Independent. — Established 1889. 
A labour organ circulating amongst the working classes in 
the West Riding. All news interesting to those amongst 
whom it circulates will be found in its pages. 
Proprietors — Yorkshire Press (Ltd.). 
London Offuie—85, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Holbom 2791. 

mmm.— {Norfolk.) 

A thriving town in an agricultural district, having a large brush nnd matting 
factory, with a population of (1911)3,769— Popers /or t/ie district— 

DISS EXPRESS. Friday, Id. 
Independent.— Established November 4, 1864. 
Circulates in Diss and the surrounding towns and villages 
throughout Norfolk and Suffolk. 

The Express is impartial in both politics and religion. The 
local interests of the town and district are well cared for, 
and it contains all the requisites of a general newspaper for 
the town and district. 
Proprietors— E. Abbott's Exors. 

DISS. HARLESTON, BUNGAY, BECCLES, AND EYE 
JOURN.AL. Saturday, l<f. 
Independent. — Established 1909. 

Circulates extensively in the towns of Diss, Harleston, 
Bungay and Eye, also largely in the neighbourhood. It not 
only fully reports the local news, but contains the general 
intelligence of the whole county. 
Proprietors — The Norwich Mercury Company, Ltd. 
London Office— 172, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. City 798. 

nOIjG ETilulEY.— {Merionethshire.) 

A town, beautifully situated at the foot of Cader Idris, greatly fre- 
quented by tourists from all countries. The nearest railway station to 
the Welsh gold mine and Cader Idris. Population (1911) 2,1^.— Papers 
for the district— 

X/TERIONETH NEWS AND HERALD. Thursday, Id. 
-IVI Established 1879. 

The county paper for Merionethshire, and the only English 
paper issued in the town. 

Publisher — R. C. Evans. 

YCYMRO Tuesday, Id. 
LiBEBAL,— Established 1869. 
Circulates throughout the Principality ; also among the Welsh 
of Liverpool, Manchester, London, and Bristol. Is printed in 
the Welsh language. 

Advocates advanced Liberal principles, gives lengthy report 
of every Welsh national movement. 
Publisher— E. W. Evans, Ltd. 

YDYDD. Friday, l<f. 
Liberal.- Established 1868. 
Circulates throughout North Wales generally; also among 
natives of the Principality in Liverpool and Manchester. 

It is printed in the Welsh language; advocates advanced 
Liberal principles, and the national interests of the people of 
Wales. 
Publishers — Hughes Bros. 

DOlVCASXCm (Yorkshire.) 

Is the centre of a very large and wealthy agricultural and mercantile district 
and noted for its races. The Great Northern Railway runs through 
the heart of the town, giving.in connection with the South Yorkshire, 
the Lancashire and Yorkshire, and Great Central, North Eastern. Great 
EasternandMidlandlines, direct railway communication with all parts 
. .?■ ,'"*°""- I' has aC'JUired a large additional population from the 
establishnient of the Plant works of the Great Northern Railway, and is 
rapidly increasing in wealth and importance. The town is very justly 
celebrated for its corn, wool, and cattle markets, and a new important 
coalfleld is now being opened oat close to the town. The borough 
Doundanes nave recently been enlarged. Population (1914) 62,388, including 
■ubarbB 64,588.— Papers for the district — 

DONCASTER CHRONICLE. Friday, Id. 
Conservative.— Established 1836. 
The county paper of the large agricultural and mercantile 
district in which it is published. Special attention is given to 
the collection of news from the district, and the Chronicle's 
own reporters are placed in the more important centres. 
Proprietors— Z»o«m«<<;r Chronicle Co. (Ltd.) 
London Office — 85, Fleet Street, E.C. 



DONCASTER GAZETTE. Thursday for Friday, Id. 
Liberal.— Established 1786. 
The Gazette enjoys great popularity throughout the district. 
The local news of the district is fully given, including 
returns of the markets. 
Proprietors — Doncaster Gazette Co. (Ltd.) 
London 0/^ce— 151, Fleet Street, E.C. (Advt., p. 563.) 

DONCASTER AND THORNE ADVERTISER. Friday, \\d. 
Independent. Established 1853. 
A reprint of the Goole Times. (Advt. p. 566.) 

OORCHESTER.— (Z)or*e/*Aire.) 

Is a municipal borough, the capital of Dorsetshire, a town of great antiquity 
seated at the point of junction of the London and South Western, 
Great Western, and Wilts and Somerset Railways: there are extensive 
sheep and cattle fairs and well-supplied agricultural auction marts every 
Wednesday and Saturday. Population, M.B. & R.D. (1911) 9,842.— Paper* 
for ihe district— 

DORCHESTER MAIL AND SOUTH DORSE r EXPRESS. 
Friday, Id. 
A reprint of the Weymouth Telegram, 

DORSET COUNTY CHRONICLE. Thursday, Id. 
Conservative.— Established January 4, 1821. 

Circulates throughout Dorsetshire, and in Somerset, Wilts, 
Devon, and Hants. 

This old-established county newspaper is the recognised 
organ of the agricultural and commercial community. Full 
and impartial reports are given of all events occurring in the 
county. It is the appointed official paper of the County 
Council of Dorset. Leaders, literary notices, latest telegraphic 
despatches, special reports of all principal markets and fairs ; 
football, cricket, and athletic reports. 

Pkoprietors— Sime & Co. (Advt., p. 564.) 

OOItltlWC}.— (A'urrey.) 

A large market-town, 23 miles from London, much resorted to by well-to-do 
Londoners and other lovei-s of tine scenery. Pour railway stations serve 
Dorking. Population (1911) 7,850 —Paper /or the district— 

DORKING AND LEATHERHEAD ADVERTISER. 
Saturday, Id. 

Neutral.- Established Feb., 1887. 

The only local paper published in Dorking, and circulates 
throughout the district of which that town is the centre. 

Contains the fullest and most complete record of local and 
district intelligence. 

Proprietors — The Holmesdale Press Ltd., Redhill. 

London Officer — Clun House, Surrey St., Strand, W.C. 
Tele. City 7199. 

»OVEIt.— (JTctK.) 

This town is the centre of an important naval and military residential district 
which is also well known for its general trade, its extensive coniiueutal 
trafflcin goods and passengers, its Custom House, as H. M.'s Packet Station 
for France, Belgium, and the East: a port of call for several Atlantic 
steamship lines. The Government have constructed a large Naval Har- 
bour ai Dover; and it is a large naval station. It is also a large military 
station, having very extensive barracks and fortifications. Dover is also 
an interesting seaside resort and almost adjoining is the pretty seaside 
parish of St. Margaret's-at-Cllffe. Population (1911) 43,647.— Paper* Jor the 
d istrict— 

DOVER AND COUNTY CHRONICLE AND KENT AND 
SUSSEX ADVERTISER. Friday, Id. 
Conservative. — Established 1835. 

Circulates throughout the counties of Kent and Sussex, and 
partially in other neighbouring counties. 

The latest shipping and mercantile, agricultural and general 
news. Kent coal news a speciality. 
Proprietors — Dover and County Chronicle Co. (Ltd.). 

DOVER EXPRESS AND EAST KENT NEWS. 
Friday, \d. 

Established August 7, 1858. 

Circulates in Dover, Deal, Folkestone, Canterbury, Shorn- 
cliffe, Eythorne.Tilmanstone, St. Margarets-at-Cliflfe, Stonehall 
Colliery Village, Elvington Colliery Village, and East Kent 
generally. 

Gives the local and district news, Kent coal news, and 
matters affecting the garrisons in the vicinity. 

Pbopbietobs— J. B. Jones & Sons. (Advt., p. 564.) 

DOVER STANDARD, KENTISH ADVERTISER AND 
COLLIERY NEWS. Friday for Saturday, Id. 
Established 1872. 
Circulates in Dover and East Kent, and gives news of the 
county fully, with special telegrams. 
Proprietor— George Spicer. (Advt., p. 564.) 

DOVER TELEGRAPH & CONTINENTAL TRAVELLER. 
Tuesday, \d. 
Conservative.- Established 1832. 

Circulates generally throughout Kent and Sussex, and also 
at Calais, Boulogne, and Ostend. 
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UOlfTIVHAlfl MARK ex.— (iVor/o/A.) 

An extensive market-town, head of a county court district, and a station on 
the Oreal Eastern Railway. Tlie trade is cUiefly agricultural, but there 
are some i-xtensi ve steam flour mills, an iron foundry, and two breweries. 
Population (1911) 2,497.— Paper for the district— 

[-\OWNHAM MARKET GAZETTE. Saturday, l<f. 
J J Independent.— Established November 8, 1879. 

Circulates in Downham Market and all the surrounding 
district. It not only fully reports the local news, but contains 
the general intelligence of the whole county. 

Proprietoks — The Norwich Mercury Co. (Ltd.") 
London Office— 172, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. City 798. 

DRIFFIEIiD.-CKf^ribAtre.) 

Is a town of (1911) 5,676 inhabitants, and the centre of a large agricultural 
district.— y'aper* /or fJU district— 

DRIFFIELD TIMES. Thursday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established 1860. 
Circulates in Driffield, Bridlington, Beverley, and all villages 
of the East Riding. 

The local and general news is giAen at length. It is the 
recognised paper for all legal and sale advertisements. Issues 
a special edition for Filey. 
Proprietors — Exors. of G. R. Jackson. 

EAST RIDING CHRONICLE & DRIFFIELD EXPRESS* 
Thursday, Gratis. 
Conservative. — Established 1871. 

Circulates in Driffield and district. Pays special attention to 
political matters, strongly advocating Conservative principles. 
Publishers — Driffield Express Co., Ltd. 

DROIT If^ICH ( Worcestershire.) 

A municipal borough and market-town. Celebrated for its Brine Bath and 
Salt Works. Populatiou (191 1) 4,146— Paper /or the dUtriet— 

DROITWICH GUARDIAN. Saturday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established 1883. 
The Droitwich Guardian is an ably conducted paper, giving 
its space almost entirely to local and district reports and list of 
visitors. 
Propeietoes— W. and L. Smith. 

RUDtEir.— ( Worcestershire.) 

Is one of the most important business places in the Midland counties, there 
being extensive manufactures of i ron , besides the great coal-flelds. It is 
one of the principal seats of the iron trade. Glass is also manufactured in 
considerable quantities. It is a municipality and sends one member to 
Parliament. Population (1911) 61,092.— Papers for the district— 

DUDLEY CHRONICLE. Friday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1885. 
Circulates throughout the Dudley Parliamentary borough and 
makes a feature of local and municipal news. 
Proprietors— Ford & Addison (Ltd.). 
London Offiee^—SS, Fleet Street, E.C. 

DUDLEY HERALD. Saturday, Irf. 
Established December 22, 1866. 
Circulates in Dudley and the district. It reports all local 
events fully, gives photographic illustrations, and consists of 
twelve or more pages of well-written news. 

Issues special editions for Brierley Hill, Tipton and 
Wednesbury. 
Publisher — R. Hudson. 
London Office— U9, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Holborn 5228. 

DUWATA atjIS..— (Bedfordshire.) 

A borough town, and the seat of the straw hat and bonnet manufacture. 
Population (1911) 8,062.— Paper /or the district— 

DUNSTABLE BOROUGH GAZETTE AND LUTON 
JOURNAL. Wednesday, l<i. 
Independent. — Established 1865. 

Circulates in Dunstable, Luton, Toddington, Houghton Regis, 
Harlington, Markyate Street, Eaton Bray, ana the district. 

It contains the local news, official and other advertisements 
and a selection of general intelligence. 
Proprietor — Miles Taylor. 

D1JR HAITI — (Durham.) 

Is in the heart of the Great Northern coal-flelds. The staple trade of the 
district is coal and iron. The county is mixedly agricultural, maritime, 
mining, manufacturing, and commercial, and is yearly increasing in popu- 
lation, enterprise, and wealth. The city of Durham is the seat of a Uni- 
versity; it 18 a Bishop's see, and returns one member to Parliament. 
Population of the City of Durham (1911) n,MO— Papers /or the district— 

DURHAM CHRONICLE AND COUNTY GAZETTE. 
Friday, Id. 

Liberal.— Established January 1, 1820. 

Circulates through Durham, Sunderland, Darlington, Stockton, 
Newcastle, Spennymoor, Willington, Crook, Bishop-Auckland, 
Barnard Castle, Consett. Towlaw, Chester-le-Street, Houghton- 
le-Spring, Seaham, Seaham Harbour, and generally in the great 
Durham colliery district ; very largely throughout the county 
of Durham and on the borders of Northumberland and 
Yorkshire. 

Special attention is given to the great mining interests 
of the county, and all matters connected with Durham 
University are fully dealt with. 

Proprietor— Thomas Welch. 

London Office— 92, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Holborn 5351. 



DURHAM COUNTY ADVERTISER. Friday, Id. 
Conservative.— Established September, 1814. 

Circulates throughout Durham, Sunderland, Stockton-upon- 
Tees. Newcastle, North and South Shields, Darlington, Barnard 
Castle, Bishop-Auckland, Spennymoor, Houghton-le-Spring, 
Consett, Towlaw, Chester-le-Street, Brandon, Helton-le-Hole, 
Haswell, the two Hartlepools, Horden, Waterhouses, Ushaw 
Moor and all important villages throughout the county, also 
amongst present and former members of the University 
of Durham throughout the kingdom. 

Advocates the principles of the Unionist party. All 
matters connected with the agricultural, commercial, and 
mining interests of the North of England find a place in its 
columns; whilst the usual departments of a newspaper are 
sedulously attended to ; and notices of new works and original 
literary articles form an important feature. All matters inte- 
resting to university men are specially noticed. 

Publisher — Durham County Advertiser & General Printing 
Co.. Ltd. 

London Office— 152, Fleet Street, E.C. (Advt., p. 664.) 

O V nmi^E^.— (Gloucestershire.) 

Ittsthe centre of an important agricultural district, and is the terminus 
of a branch line on the Midland Railway. Its manufactures are cloth, 
agricultural implements, milk separators, dairy plant, electric lighting 
plant, cycles. Populatiou 0911) 7,591.- Paper /or the district— 

DURSLEY, BERKELEY, AND SHARPNESS GAZETTE. 
Neutral.— Established 1878. Saturday, Id. 

Circulates in the towns of Dursley, Berkeley, Wotton- 
under-Edge, the seaport of Sharpness, Thornbury, Chipping 
Sodbury, &c. 

The huraley Gazette is devoted almost entirely to giving the 
local news of the week which it reports with special care and 
accuracy. It is a good family and commercial newspaper. 
Special editions are issued for Thornbury, Wotton-under-Edge 
and Berkeley. 

Publishers— ¥ . Bailey & Son. (Advt., p. 564.) 

EARIiESTO^WM.— (Z,ancaMtVc.) 

A growing town in a manufacturing and mining district. The L. 4 N. W. 
Ry. Oo.'s wagon works are the chief business concern, employing over 
1,000 hands. Messrs. Richard Evans & Co.'s collieries, in the adjoining 
villages, employ aboui 4,(ioo.— I'opulation (of the township of Newton-in- 
Mak