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THE PRESS OF THE BRITISH DOMINIONS OVERSEAS, THE INDIAN 
EMPIRE, THE CONTINENT OF EUROPE, AMERICA, AND THE FAR EAST, 

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SEVENTY-THIRD ANNUAL ISSUE. 



1918. 



C. MITCHELL AND CO., LIMITED, 

1 i 2, SNOW HIIiL, HOLBORN VIADUCT, LONDON, E.C.I. 
Telegraphic Address : " PUBLICITE, CKNT, LONDON." Telephone: City, 7843 (4 Lines). 



IV. 



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. 



(Elsliabllsliecl XTS4.) 



Known throughout Great Britain as tlxe 
- - nevfspaper, - - 

"'TWIXT TRENT AND TWEED," 



. rrsxE . 



YORKSHIRE EVENING POST. 



(Elstablisl^ed XSSO.) 



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



rrKE 



YORKSHIRE WEEKLY POST. 



(ISstabllslied 1TS4.) 



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 Offices : ALBION STREET and BOND STREET, LEEDS, 
LONDON : 171, FLEET STREET, E.C, 4. 

Manager and Publisher: J. E. THORNTON. 



CONTENTS, 1918. 



PAGE 

PUBLISHERS' ADDRESS - 3 
SPECIAL ARTICLES. 

Kmpire Trade 6 

Board of Trade Activities- 8 
New Department of Com- 
mercial Intelligence - - 11 
Bkitisii Trade Corporation 12 
Inter-Imperial Trade - - - 299 
Things that Matter in Ad- 
vertising. By Geo. Edgar 14 
The Trend of the Modern 

Press 18 

The Legal Year in its Rela- 
tion to the Press. By 
Sir Hugh Fraser, ll.d. - 22 

NEWSPAPER OBITUARIES. 

The Late Mr. W. I. Iliffe, j.p. 26 
The Late Mr. Alexander 

Marr - 27 

The Late Mr. Walter Reid 28 
The Late Mr. Geo. Spicer • 29 
The Late Mr. D. Watkin 

Thomas 30 

The Late Mr. Frederick 

Thomson 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 74 

BRITISH NEWSPAPER PRESS. 

London Daily Newspapers - 79 

London Sunday Newspapers 81 

London Weekly and Fort- 
nightly Newspapers - - 81 

London Suburban News- 
papers 94 

English Provincial News- 
papers 101 

Scottish Newspapers - - - 191 

Irish Newspapers - - - - 207 

British Isles Newspapers - - 217 

MAGAZINES, REVIEWS AND 
PERIODICALS OF THE 
UNITED KINGDOM - - - 219 

NEWS SERVICE AGENCIES - - 281 

THE NEWSPAPER SOCIETY . 283 

PRESS PHOTOGRAPHERS - - 285 

COMMERCIAL ART STUDIOS - 289 

ENGRAVERS & ELECTROTYPERS 293 



PAOE 

BRITISH OVERSEAS DOM- 
INIONS AND FOREIGN 
SECTION 296 

{For complete Index to British Overseas 

Dominions and Foreign Section, see 

page 197.) 

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 1916 - 305 

The Imports of Australia 306 

The Trade of New Zealand 369 

The Import Trade of British 
South Africa 375 

The Import Trade of Canada 395 

The Trade of India - - - 415 

Trade of the West Indies - 435 

BRITISH OVERSEAS DOM- 
INIONS PRESS. 

Australian Papers - - - - 317 

New Zealand Papers - - - 365 

South African Papers - - 383 

West and East African 
Papers 394 

Canadian Papers ... - 405 

Indian Papers 423 

Papers of the Straits Settle- 
ments 432 

Papers of other British 
Possessions 434 

Papers of the West Indies - 441 



UNITED STATES PRESS 



FOREIGN PRESS 



444 



461 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 

London Newspapers - 483 & 548 

Provincial Newspapers 506 <fe 551 

Scottish Newspapers - 535 & 576 

Irish Newspapers - - 541 & 677 

Magazines & Periodicai^s 544 & 679 

British Dominions and For- 
eign B81 

INDEX TO MISCELLANEOUS 
ADVERTISEMENTS 286 



l-Hfi NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



ADVERTISIKJC 




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The Features of Mitchell 
Advertising Service. 



If you are contemplating advertising, you are reminded that in the ]\Iitcliell 
organisation you have at your disposal the experience, the accumulated data, 
and the balanced judgment which only very long practice in the advertising 

field can develop. 

By availing yourself of this service you 
have immediately at your command a 
wealth of facts and figures derived from 
the handling of extensive and important 
advertising during many years. It should 
be noted that this experience includes 
not only the most successful methods 
of advertising, but it also embraces a 
first-hand knowledge of every publica- 
tion in the kingdom. 

That Mitchell Service enjoys the con- 
fidence and respect of advertisers is 
clearly shown by the fact that the 
Agency continues to act for many of its 
earliest clients, and also that its counsel 
on newspaper advertising matters is 
sought by leading advertisers other than 
those for whom it acts. 

By reason of its long reputation, and 
the large volume of business which it is 
continually transacting, Mitchell Service has established itself in the best relation- 
ship with all papers, much to the advantage of its clients. 

An opportunity to discuss your advertising proposition and submit suggestions 
is respectfully solicited. 




MITCHELL HOUSE. 



C. MITCHELL & CO., Ltd. 

(Established 1837), 

British, Colonial and Foreign Advertising Agents, 

Mitchell House, 1 & 2 Snow Hill, 

LONDON, E.C.I. 

Telegrama; "PubliciM, Cent, London." 




3 

PUBLISHERS' ADDRESS. 



Tho 73rd annual issue of The Newspapku Pukss Directory finds tho newspaper world in the 
midst of the greatest crisis in its history, i'robleras of all kinds — men, material, production and distribu- 
tion beset the newspaper and periodical publisher. The Press, as a whole, has withstood the many trials 
of the war years, and there is every indication that the keen business minds which control the various 
newspaper properties will successfully meet 'what will undoubtedly prove the greatest test. 

Many changes have been made in all publications during the past twelve months to, in some 
measure, eopc with the constantly changing conditions, the mo!»t marked being the still further reduc- 
tion in the number of pages and a more general tendency to increase the selling price. The increased 
costs of production have also brought about a much higher rate of charges for advertisements. Generally, 
there has been no difficulty in obtaining these increased rates, for the reason that the decreased volume 
of advertising has to some extent increased the " pulling power " of the announcements inserted. 

In London the Daily Chronicle is the latest and most noticeable convert from the halfpenny 
to the penny press; while in the provinces a large number of dailies have increased their price from 
a halfpenny to a penny, the chief among them being the Birminrjham Daily ^ Mail, Birmingham Evening 
Dispatch, Hull Daily Mail, Leedx Mercuri/, rarkshire Evening Post, Liverpool Echo, Liverpool Evening Express, 
Manchester Evening Chronicle, Manchester Evening News, Newcastle Evening Chronicle, The North Mail, 
Edinburgh Evening Dispatch, Edinburgh Evening News, Glasgow Daily Hec&rd and the Belfast Evening 
Telegraph. 

The obituaries for the year include several important figures in the newspaper world. Among 
those who have passed away are W. I. Iliffe {Atdocar), Alexander Marr {Aberdeen Free Press), J. Walter 
Reid {Western Daily Press), George ^Spicer {Dover Standard), D. Watkin Thomas {Western Mail), 
Frederick Thomson {Dundee Courier). V- 

SPECIAL AETICLES IN RELATION TO TRADE DEVELOPMENT. 

The Newspaper Press Directory, in addition to the many and varied interests it serves in 
the newspaper world, has of recent years devoted considerable space to trade articles of interest to 
the manufacturer, the merchant and the advertiser. In this issue we are pleased to be able to present 
special articles by well-informed correspondents on the various activities of the Government in the 
fostering and development of trade after the war. The. following articles are especially commended 

to the reader : — 

page 
" Empire Trade." Proposals for Government assistance in fostering Inter- 
Imperial Commerce ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 5 

"The Board of Trade Activities." The Department of Commercial 

Intelligence ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . ... 8 

"The New Department of Commercial Intelligence" -"' .-ir. -^ ... 11 

"Inter-Imperial Trade" 299 

In addition to the above there are given in the Overseas section (commencing page 297) useful 
and informative articles dealing with the trade of the several Overseas Dominions. In these articles 
will be found interesting statistics in regard to the import and export trade of the country and also 
lists of tariffs, etc. .... 

The usual articles of interest to the newspaper and advertising world are also given. "The 
Legal Year in its Relation to the Press," by Sir Hugh Eraser, LL.D. ; " Things that Matter in 
Advertising," by George Edgar, and "The Trend of the Modern Press." 

The Directory shows there are at the present time 2,319 Newspapers in the United Kingdom, 
distributed as follows : — London, within the postal radius, 446, of which 24 are morning dailies and 
7 evening dailies; the English and Welsh provinces, including localized issues, 1,431, of which 40 
are morning, and 82 evening dailies ; Scotland, 243, including 9 morning and 10 evening dailies ; 
Ireland, 183, including 10 morning and 6 evening dailies; the British Isles, 16, of which 5 
are dailies. 

We desire to offer once again our sincere thanks to the proprietors of the many Newspapers, 
Magazines and other periodicals who have so kindly and promptly given their assistance in the 
revision of this issue. The generous co-operation has been of great service in enabling us to maintain 
for 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 publicationa 
88 they appear, and notice of any alterations in the journals already included in this issue. 

January^ 1918, C. MITCHELL & CO., LTD. ^ 



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EMPIRE TRADE. 



PROPOSALS FOR GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE IN FOSTKRING 

INTER-IMPERIAL COMMERCE. 



The war has done many big things for us, things 
which mean at onco great gains and great losses. 
Not the least service it has rendered is that we have 
been enabled in some measure to visualise the Em- 
pire. And among the various phases of Imperial 
policy, one of the most important is that which 
concerns the development of the commercial relations 
between the various parts of the Empire. 

The Dominions Eoyal Commission. 

It is true that before the war, far-seeing states- 
men realised the necessity of binding together with 
stronger ties the loosely knit fabric of Imperial 
trade. One of the evidences of this is to be found 
in the appointment in 1912, as a result of a reso- 
lution passed by the immediately preceding Im- 
perial Conference, of the Dominions Royal Com- 
mission. The war, although it interrupted tem- 
porarily the Commission's enquiry, has added ten- 
fold to the interest and importance attaching to its 
findings. The mere sight of the Imperial troops 
thronging the streets forces on the dullest imagin- 
ation the question : " What is this mighty Force 
of Empire, suddenly made visible and articulate ? 
What can it not achieve in the new era ? " Every- 
one is convinced that so potent an instrument for 
good must not be left unused. It must be justified 
in beneficent and wise enterprise. And to that 
end the first essential is that the various elements 
should be welded together in a strong unity. How, 
in the field of commerce, that is to be done, is 
the problem considered by the Commission's Final 
Report.* 

The terms of reference of the Commission were 
to enquire into and report upon the Empire's natural 
resources of food and raw materials and their develop- 
ment in relation to Imperial requirements ; to review 
the facilities for the production, manufacture and 
distribution of articles of commerce within the 
Empire ; and in general to suggest methods by 
which inter-Imperial trade could be encouraged. 
Questions of fiscal policy were excluded from the 
scope of the Commissioners' work, but this need not 
be considered as detracting in any way from the 
value of their report. As the Commissioners them- 
selves observe, "an Imperial policy, in the broadest 
sense, must include much that is not fiscal. There is 
no short cut to the formulation of such a policy ; 
what is needed, in our view, is detailed examination 
of existing conditions, and practical and definite 
proposals for the removal of difficulties and for 
securing co-operation." 

• Parliaiiieiitnry Paper Cd. 8462; juice 2s. Sil. Interim reportB 
uealini; with tiie selfgoveraing UomiiiioDB sfp,nrately have provloiiily 
been published. 



Imperial Development Board. 

The principal rcconmiendation of the Commission 
is that an Imperial Development Board should be 
instituted, chief of whose tasks would be to see that 
the Imperial resources are developed, and that inter- 
Imperial trade is fostered. So many neW public 
bodies are being set up to-day that one is apt to look 
askance at a proposal to add yet another to their 
number. Yet this Board, or some similar institu- 
tion, is surely a necessity. Moreover, in addition 
to its new duties, the Board will save waste by co- 
ordinating the work now performed (in many cases 
inadequately) by separate bodies who make no 
attempt to " pool " their results, and so fail to bring 
to the service of the Empire as a whole a variety of 
useful research work. 

The Board suggested would have twelve repre- 
sentatives, seven of whom should come from the 
United Kingdom, India, and the Crown Colonies, 
and one from each of the Dominions. The Board 
would, at all events to begin with, be merely an 
advisory body, acting under the direction of the 
Imperial Conference. Its principal functions would 
be to secure that so far as possible the requirements 
of the Empire are met from sources within its borders. 
To this end it would investigate new sources of 
supply, and experiment in the production of new 
raw materials, assisted by the Imperial Institute, 
and the research institutions of the various Do- 
minions ; it would collect and publish statistics 
showing the course of the Empire's trade ; while it 
would also give attention to such matters as the 
supply of capital for Imperial development, com- 
mercial legislation, methods of distribution, harbour 
and shiijping facilities, telegraphic communications, 
news services, etc. 

The Empire's ["Natural Resources. 

The lack of cohesion and uniformity of method in 
these matters, which is revealed by the evidence 
given before the Commission, testifies to the need 
of a body to discharge the functions of this Board. 
Perhaps the most important of all the duties which 
it would perform is that of investigating the actual 
and potential supplies of food and raw materials in 
the Empire. The Connnissioners note with evident 
surprise that " no systematic and scientific attempt 
has ever been made " to prepare a survey of the 
relation between Empire production and Empire 
requirements. They have accordingly devoted a 
considerable space to the general consideration of 
this question, and in a valuable Appendix have 
collected facts and figures for certain important 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



foodstuffs, fibres and minerals, which could serve 
as a guide for the more complete investigation they 
advocate. Products, it is suggested, should be 
divided into the following three categories : — 

(a) Materials of which the world's require- 
ments are mainly or wholly produced within 
the Empire. 

(6) Materials of which the Empire's require- 
ments are approximately equalled by Empire 
production. 

(c) Materials of which the world's require- 
ments, and with them those of the Empire, are 
mainly produced and controlled outside the 
Empire . 

Foodstuffs— Cereals. 

If we take foodstuffs first of all, we find that in 
the case of wheat the average annual production 
within the Empire during the years 1909 to 1913, 
was about 705 million bushels a year, while the con- 
sumption is estimated at 736 million bushels. Natur- 
ally the relation between supplies and requirements 
varies considerably with the fluctuations in harvests, 
particularly in Australia and India. But although 
over the whole period the production appears to 
have been slightly less than the consumption, statis- 
tics show that in the decade 1901-1911, the pro- 
duction of wheat within the Empire increased at a 
much greater rate than the population, chiefly 
owing to the remarkable development of cultivation 
in Western Canada. There seems, therefore, no 
reason to doubt that, particularly in view of the 
stimulus now being given to agriculture- in this 
country, the Empire should in future normal times 
be capable of supplying all her wheat requirements 
from her own resources. The other principal cereals, 
with the exception of maize, are not derived to 
nearly the same extent from outside sources. Maize 
comes to the United Kingdom in increasing quanti- 
ties from South Africa, but the Argentine Republic 
is the main source of supply. 

Meat, Etc. 
The same country is now the principal foreign 
source of our meat supply. About 60 per cent, of 
the United Kingdom's consumption of meat is 
obtained from home supplies, and with increasing 
resources in Australia, New Zealand, Rhodesia and 
Nigeria, there appears to be no reason why they should 
not supply the remainder of our needs. The Commis- 
sioners make strong recommendations as to the neces- 
sity for increasing the Empire supplies of livestock, 
and for improving the dressing, marking, handling 
and marketing of frozen meat, in dealing with which 
a uniform standard of inspection is needed, in place 
of the present municipal control of inspection. In 
the case of cheese, Canada and New Zealand are 
reserves from which the Empire can draw, and 
though there is a deficiency in the production of 
butter, the margarine industry when established 
will probably make this good. We may also look 
for increased supplies of fruit from the Dominions, 
New Zealand being a particularly promising field. 

Fibres. 

In wool the Empire is already self-supporting, 
while India has practically a monopoly of jute. 



In the case of cotton, as is well known, there ia 
cause for great anxiety regarding future supplies of 
the raw material, but the Government are now 
taking steps to increase cultivation with the Empire. 
Flax and hemp are, of course, derived mainly from 
Russia. 

Minerals. 

In the case of minerals the Commissioners urge 
the necessity for a properly co-ordinated mineral 
survey of the Empire. This is one of the functions 
which would naturally fall to the work of the Im- 
perial Development Board. The Report emphasises 
particularly the mo«t pressing importance of ascer- 
taining whether workable deposits exist of such 
minerals as quicksilver, platinum, borax and potash, 
for which we are at present dependent on foreign 
sources. Stress is also laid upon the necessity for 
determining the most economic means of production, 
in order that such materials as platinum ore, sul- 
phur, etc., which can be obtained when working 
certain ores, should not be lost. 

Control of Deposits. . 

The monopoly which the Empire has of nickel, 
cobalt, asbestos, and mica, represents an asset of 
great value for the economic defence of the Empire. 
The report points out the necessity of ensuring that 
the deposits of minerals should not be controlled from 
outside the Empire. This has been emphasised by our 
experience in connection with nickel (where the Inter- 
national Nickel Co. had the matte sent to the United 
States for smelting), zinc, tungsten ore, and monazite. 
The Teutonic influences which had succeeded in 
obtaining control over deposits of spelter, wolfram 
and scheelite in Australia, and the Travancore 
monazite deposits, have now happily been countered, 
and it is certain that in future such vital materials 
will not be allowed to pass under foreign control. 

If the proposed mineral survey is effectively 
carried out, it may well prove that the Empire is 
capable of supplying a much higher proportion of 
her needs in such materials as iron and copper than 
is at present done. For instance, the Report affirms 
that both in Queensland and in South Africa there 
are very large deposits of copper, while Canada will 
produce those along with her refining of nickel. 
Only about one quarter of the area of the Union of 
South Africa has been geologically surveyed, and in 
other parts of the Empire much less prospecting has 
been done. It is therefore evident that enormous 
resources still lie undiscovered. 

Other Raw Materials. 

Special attention is also given in the Report to 
the development of petroleum and timber supplies, 
for both of which we are largely dependent on 
foreign sources. The Commissioners suggest that the 
Government should, as a temporary expedient 
until a settled policy is reached, stimulate the pro- 
duction of such materials as petroleum, cotton, 
potash, nitrates, etc., by measures such as bounties 
on output, Government purchase at a minimum 
price, restriction of foreign control, and restriction 
of Government purchases to articles produced from 
Empire materials. Government tenders should give 
preference to British articles. In all such matters 



EMPIRE TRADE. 



the Government would bo guided by the advice of 
the Imperial Dovolopmont Board. 

Distribution Problems — Freights. 

Second only to development of natural sources 
is the question of distribution. Hero wo enter at 
onco upon tho thorny question of freight rates, 
which has been the cause of so much bitterness of 
fooling. The Commissioners condemn unsparingly 
the practice of granting lower rates from continental 
ports than from British, singling out for special 
mention the favourable treatment accorded to 
German shippers from Hamburg to New Zealand. 
The Report proves by figures that in many cases 
transport charges arc a heavier tax upon commerce 
than Customs duties, and in view of the importance 
of tho whole matter, the Commissioners think that 
some measure of Government control is essential. 
It is recommended that the home and Dominion 
Governments should be empowered each to set up a 
Board " for the purpose of making enquiry where a 
prima-facie case is established that the interost.s of 
'shippers are adversely affected by the action of 
steamship owners, or steamship conferences." 
Shipping agreements should be submitted to the 
Board, and investigations, when necessary, should 
[be held in public. The Board would have power 
[to order abolition of differential freights. 

Harbour Facilities, etc. 

The Commission has spent a great deal of time 
^studying the question of harbour accommodation, 
and has been impressed by the necessity of deepen- 
ing the draught of harbours all round, in order that 
leading ports of the Empire should all be able to 
accommodate large vessels. To secure this it is 
suggested tliat schemes for improvement of ports 
on the great trade routes should be submitted to the 
Imperial Development Board, and that Govern- 
ment advice and assistance should be proffered 
where necessary. 

A uniform practice is also rciommended in regard 
to Bills of Lading, which should in the Commis- 
sioners' opinion place liability on the shipowner for 
.goods he carries. Allusion has already been made 
[to recommendations for improving tho handling 
land marketing of frozen meat. The arrangements 
Ifor storage and removal of goods from dock to central 
Imarkets in London are criticised, and it is suggested 
Ithat the Dominion Governments should all appoint 
linspectors to supervise the unloading and selling 
lof their products in this country. 

Attention is also given to the unification of com- 
tmercial legislation throughout the Empire, particularly 
Iss regards Patents, Trade Marks, Income Tax and 
[Company Law. Tho introduction of the metric 
I system and of decimal coinage is advocated. 

Industrialism in the Dominions. 

The time has passed when it was possible to con- 

fsider tho United Kingdom as the only manufacturing 

''country of importance within the Empire, distri- 

ibuting goods to the other Dominions in exchange 

ifor food and raw material. True, a skilled industrial 

spulation is not reared in a generation, and 

lie most advanced protectionist among Dominion 

Statesmen must recognise that a long road is yet to 



travel before a comparatively young country can 
hopo to bo even approximately " self-supporting " 
in the advanced industrialism of to-day. Yet 
nothing is moro evident in tho policy of tho leading 
nations of tho Empire than that they aro convinced 
of tho necessity of establishing " home " industries. 
They have, indeed, full right to demand that they 
shall be loft to work out their commercial salvation 
according to their lights. That progress is being 
made now, is nowhere evidenced in so startling a 
fasliion as in the record of Canada's industrial 
expansion in 1916. 

Government Assistance. 

Yet have the Dominions — and for the matter of 
that United Kingdom manufacturers also — nothing 
to look for from the Government beyond an attitude 
of benevolent detachment, which will watch with 
approval and commendation the efforts of its sub- 
jects ? Surely the day for that, also, is gone for 
ever. The Government which looks to industry to 
finance and support its political, military and social 
activities, must also render assistance to manu- 
facturers in certain spheres. These spheres are 
not yet fully defined, but though details may be 
legitimately subject for argument, the principle is 
no longer in controversy. 

Commercial Intelligence Service. 

The Report is therefore on firm ground in recom- 
mending that a really Imperial service for tho dis- 
semination of commercial information must be set 
up. In a further article will be found an account 
of the Board of Trade's activities in this direction. 
Though hampered by lack of resources and inade- 
quate publicity arrangements, the Department of 
Commercial Intelligence of the Board of Trade 
has in the past done much good work. The Depart- 
ment has, however, been paid for by tho United 
Kingdom taxpayer, and has naturally worked 
mainly in the interests of the home manufacturer. 
Other Dominions, notably Canada, maintain their 
own Trade Intelligence Service. 

Possibility op Co-operation. 

Tho Commissioners do not overlook the diffi- 
culties of a unified system, owing to the divergent 
interests involved. But while " it appears not to 
be feasible to secure formal amalgamation or central- 
isation of the Commercial Intelligence Services of 
the Empire," it is advocated that there should be 
" the fullest measure of friendly and semi-official 
co-operation " between the existing organisations. 
The Trade Commissioner service which has been so 
beneficial, should bo extended, and the functions 
of tho Commissioners and the Consuls should include 
a greater care than hitherto for the commercial 
interests of the Empire as a whole, and not merely 
for tho United Kingdom. Tho holding of Inter- 
Imperial Exhibitions is also advocated as a means 
to closer commercial union. 

No one can sot limits to tho future trade expansion 
of our Empire if wisely fostered and directed. That 
tho subject is now receiving tliorough attention is 
gratifying, and the trader must see to it that nothing 
is lacking on his part to study Imperial markets 
and promote reciprocal trade with the Dominions. 



THE BOARD OF TRADE ACTIVITIES. 



THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. 



Visitors to the Department of Commercial In- 
telligence of the Board of Trade will hardly recognise 
the present organisation, with its stafE of close on 
200, as the same office which some fifteen years 
ago was established at 73, Basinghall Street, under 
the name of the Commercial Intelligence Branch. The 
tiny stafi of some haU-dozen persons has grown and 
altered out of all recognition. Nevertheless, the 
initial step of transplanting a Government Depart- 
ment from the rarefied atmosphere of Whitehall to 
the bustle of the City was all-important. The seed 
was at length put in the right soil —though the young 
plant was for a time left to its own devices, except 
perhaps for a too frequent use of the financial pruning 
knife. To-day we have at last reached the day of 
intensive culture, with a corresponding benefit to what 
may now be termed a tree of commercial knowledge. 

Accessibility. 

The distinguishing feature of the Department is 
that it is " right there " — on the spot, for the busy 
man to call, or send round from his office for what 
he wants. Undoubtedly this is a great thing. For 
atmosphere affects a Department. Sooner or later, 
divorced from a business environment, an office 
will lose its grip on commercial matters. On 
the other hand, a stafE coming into daily contact 
with busy merchants and manufacturers is made 
responsive to their wants. This result can be 
achieved in no other way. When the lines of con- 
tact with the business community are extended to 
the Provinces (as has been recommended from more 
than one source recently), there will be a further 
quickening of the life of the Department, and a 
re-acting energy will be communicated to the various 
centres of trade. 

Organisation. 

The Department has progressed much in its organi- 
sation since the outbreak of war. Commencing with 
a tearing publicity campaign, which brought hordes 
of callers to its doors, the office gradually strength- 
ened its existing machinery, and added new sections 
to meet the fresh demands put upon it. The result 
is that now it is in a fair way towards becoming fully 
equipped for the testing time which will come after 
the war, when exporters generally will turn to the 
Government for help in opening up new markets 
abroad. Through its Correspondents in the Do- 
minions and foreign countries, and from the other 
sources of information open to it, the Department 
is able to supply accurate and up-to-date informa- 
tion in such matters as the following : — 

(1) Contracts abroad open to tender. 

(2) Demand for particular articles abroad ; 
prices in various markets. 



(3) Specially compiled lists of importers of 
all important commodities in the various over- 
sea markets ; suitable agents for British manu- 
facturers. 

(4) Methods of distribution and marketing ; 
credit conditions, terms of payment, etc., in 
countries abroad. 

(5) A Trade Index which is now being compiled 
of the United Kingdom manufacturers of any 
specified goods (especially of articles formerly 
imported from enemy countries) who have 
notified the Department of Commercial In- 
telligence of their ability to make such goods. 

(6) Names of firms abroad and in the United 
Kingdom supplying specific materials for in- 
dustrial use. 

(7) Statistics of British, Colonial and foreign 
imports and exports. 

(8) Foreign and Colonial Customs duties and 
regulations ; particulars of invoicing require- 
ments, certificates of origin. 

(9) Commercial travellers' regulations. 

(10) Shipping routes and freights. 

(11) Regulations and restrictions affecting 
home and foreign trade, whether of an emergency 
character due to the war, or of a permanent 
nature. 

(12) Patent, Trade Mark and Merchandise 
Mark Laws. 

(13) Taxation of firms abroad, including 
licence fees. 

" Board of Trade Journal." 

The Department also publishes the "Board of 
Trade Journal " weekly, which contains a variety of 
current information regarding openings for trade 
abroad, foreign markets and other subjects of com- 
mercial interest. United Kingdom firms who desire 
to receive confidential information as to oppor- 
tunities for the extension of their business abroad, 
may for a small fee have their names inscribed on 
the "Special Register" of the Department, entitling 
them to the receipt of information affecting their 
particular trade whicli it is not desirable to publish, 
as well as to the " Journal." 

Trade Commissioner Service. 
The Empire Division of the Department is in 
constant communication with His Majesty's Trade 
Commissioners in the Dominions in regard to com- 
mercial matters. The Trade Commissioner service 
was inaugurated in 190C, and has proved of immense 
value. The Animal and Special Reports of various 
kinds sent home from time to time by the Com- 
missioners are widely distributed, and particular 
attention is paid to finding suitable agents for British 
firms desiring representation. The Commissioners 



THE BOARD OF TRADE ACTIVITIES. 



also bring to the notice of the Governmonta con- 
cornod anv logitiniato griovancos of British finns in 
regard to such matters as unfair custoniB troat- 
moiit of thoir goods or proposals for tariff alterations. 
They make periodical visits to this country, mainly 
for the purpose of mooting United Kingdom firms, 
and interviews are arranged in Ijondon, and in the 
chief provincial centres through the medium of 
Chambers of Commerce. Hitherto there have been 
only four Trade Commissioners (for list see Appendix), 
the Board of Trade having merely Correspondents in 
India and the Crown Colonies and Protectorates who 
were under tlie jurisdiction of the India Office or 
Colonial Office. 

Extension of Service. 

It is very gratifying to note that the Trade Com- 
missioner Service will now be increased to sixteen, 
which will ensure a more adequate representation 
in the self-governing Dominions, and supply a much- 
needed commercial link with India and other im- 
portant Colonies such as our East African Possessions 
and the West Indies. An important recommenda- 
tion of the Dominions Royal Commission was to the 
effect that the Trade Index of the Department oj 
Commercial Intelligence should be sent to the Com- 
missioners in order that they might be in a position 
to pass on to Colonial enquirers names of British 
manufacturers. This policy is already in vogue 
in the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service, and 
there seems good reason to hope that the Govern- 
ment will adopt it. 

Commercial Attaches. 

The Commercial Attaches and Consular Officers 
act in foreign countries in a similar capacity to the 
Trade Commissioners and Board of Trade Corres- 
pondents. Further particulars regarding these officers 
are given in the Appendix. 

British Trade Corporation. 
The close connection which will be established 
between the Department of Commercial Intelligence 
and the newly formed British Trade Corporation is 
also a matter of great interest and importance. 
That steps are being taken to provide more exten- 
sive banking facilities is a hopeful sign of the future, 
and one may be permitted to hope that the Depart- 
ment of Commercial Intelligence will be in a position 
to exercise considerable influence in any cases which 
it considers deserving of support. 

Exhibitions. 

Perhaps the most noticeable development in the 
work of the Department since the war is the place 
assigned to exhibitions as a factor promoting trade 
interests. The Exhibitions Branch of the Board of 
Trade was indeed established some eight years ago, 
but up to the outbreak of war its activities had been 
confined to assisting British exhibitors at foreign 
international exhibitions. This Branch has now 
been incorporated in the new Department of Com- 
mercial Intelligence, and the union of forces will 
ensure that the pioneer work done in the last three 
years will be carried on both at home and abroad 
without intermission. 



EXCUANOE MeETINQB. 

The stimulus for the varied series of exhibitiona 
which have been arranged by the Department was 
furnished by the stoppage of supplies of Gorman and 
Austrian goods. It was felt that, in addition to 
the more purely clerical work of compiling indexes 
of would-be buyers and sellers, steps should be taken 
to introduce actual articles to the notice of traders. 
Two initial stops were taken. Requests were tele- 
graphed to Consular Officers and Trade Commis- 
sioners all over the world for samples of enemy goods. 
Pending their receipt a series of " Exchange Meet- 
ings " was held to cover classes of goods in which 
Germany had secured a large foreign trade, and at 
these meetings enemy samples which had been hastily 
collected from existing stocks of dealers in this 
country were displayed. In all eleven Exchange 
Meetings were held, at which the following trades 
were represented : Toys, Earthenware, China, and 
Glass ; Fancy Goods ; Electro-plate, Cutlery and 
Clocks; Enamelled-ware, Aluminium-ware, Tinware, 
Wood-ware and Brush ware ; Jewellery, Haber- 
dashery ; Electrical Trade (small) ; Cotton fabrics 
and other textiles ; Printing, Paper and Stationery ; 
Hardware, Hand and Edged Tools. Over 6,000 
business men attended by invitation at these meet- 
ings, and a big fillip was thus given to the campaign 
to encourage the British manufacturer to produce 
goods hitherto imported from enemy countries. 
From experience gained at these meetings an Exhi- 
bition of German and Austrian artistic designs was 
held in order, if possible, to encourage the appUcation 
of art to industry. 

British Industries Fair. 
The question naturally arose, " What restJts have 
accrued from these Exhibitions ? " Hero was an 
opening, promptly seized, to inaugurate a British 
Industries Fair, which would reveal to what extent 
British manufacturers were able to meet German 
and Austrian competition, and particularly what 
progress had been made since the war. In this, as 
in so many other matters, Germany had shown the 
way by her Leipzig Fair, which had for many years 
achieved remarkable success. Accordingly the first 
British Industries Fair was held from the lOth to 
21st May, 1915, at the Royal Agricultural Hall, 
Islington. The trades admitted to the Fair were 
as follows : Earthenware, China and Glass ; Fancy 
Goods, Toys and Games ; Cutlery, Silver and Electro- 
plate ; Stationery and Printing. The Fair, as has 
been indicated, was confined exclusively to articles 
manufactured within the Empire. Owing to the 
limited time available for organising. Colonial manu- 
facturers were, with one exception, unable to avail 
themselves of the opportunity to exhibit. 

Results Achieved. 
The success of the Fair exceeded all expectations. 
The number of exhibitors was 596, and of visitors 
over 18,000, including over 300 Colonial and foreign 
representatives. The exhibits of higher class articles 
were ot course very fine, as in these British supremacy 
has never really been challenged. What, however, 
was doubtful was : 

(1) Could British manufacturers take up 
German specialities 1 



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THE NEWSPAPEE PEESS DIRECTOEY. 



(2) Could they turn out cheaper grades at 
competitive prices 1 

As regards (1) the Fair gave encouraging instances 
of the resource and adaptability of British manu- 
facturers in such instances as chemical glassware 
of the Jena type, and laboratory ware similar to the 
famous Berlin porcelain. Results were obtained 
fully equal to the German articles. Good work was 
also done in the production of electric lamp bulbs, 
frames for ladies' hand bags, metal mounts and 
handles for umbrellas, casein substitutes, press studs, 
mechanical toys, etc. 

The second question was rendered much more 
difficult to answer by reason of the abnormal con- 
ditions prevailing which made production a very 
expensive process. But the Fair gave good reason to 
hope that in the cheaper varieties of glass and pottery, 
toys, cutlery, etc., British manufacturers would be in 
a position to compete successfully with German articles. 

The general impression created among the business 
community by the Fair was excellent, and gratifi- 
cation was expressed that the Government had taken 
the matter up through the Board of Trade, and had 
not loft private enterprise to provide the means of 
the Exhibition. Everything of a spectacular nature 
was excluded, and the Fair was confined strictly to 
business men. 

The second Fair was held at the end of February, 
1916 ; owing to the question of Munitions pro- 
duction all metal goods were excluded, but the 
actual exhibits shown evinced the progress which 
had been made in manufactures during the interval 
from the previous exhibition, particularly in the 
case of toys, dolls, and fancy goods generally. The 
Fair will certainly now bo an annual event, opening 
on the last Monday in February, and lasting a 
fortnight. (The date of the Leipzig Fair has always 
been the first Monday in March.) It is interesting 
also to notice that in 1917, Glasgow held a British 
Industries Fair concurrently, whilst Birmingham has 
only been prevented from organising a similar Exhi- 
bition by the extreme pressure of war work in that area. 

Foreign Samples Exhibition. 
Meantime steps were also being taken to organise 
an exhibition of samples of enemy goods, collected 
from oversea markets as a result of the efforts of our 
Consuls and Trade Commissioners. These samples 
kept arriving until the exhibition assumed quite 
large proportions. After being on view for several 
months in London, during which time over 1,500 
people visited it, the Exhibition was taken round' the 
provinces, arrangements having been made with 
Chambers of Commerce at the chief centres of in- 
dustry to accommodate and advertise the collection. 
The results of this policy were eminently satisfactory ; 
the mere fact of the Board of Trade coming down to 
the country in person, so to speak, was greatly ap- 
preciated, and the understanding brought about in 
this way should be most valuable in the future. 

Touring ExhibitioiJ in Canada. 
At the request of the Canadian Government the 
samples were sent to the Dominion, and were ex- 
hibited during the autumn of 1916 in Montreal, 
Toronto, London (Ontario), St. John (New Bruns- 
wick), and Halifax (Nova Scotia). Widespread 



interest was taken in the samples, and the co-opera- 
tion of the Canadian Boards of Trade (Chambers of 
Commerce) and the Canadian Manufacturers' Asso- 
ciation ensured efficient organisation and complete 
success. This is a new development in polic}'- on 
the part of the Board, but it is all on the right lines, 
and we may be sure that the commercial relations 
between Canada and the Mother Country will be 
greatly benefited. There is no reason why this 
Exhibition should not become a permanent feature 
of the Department's activities, if its scope is enlarged 
to include foreign samples generally which compete 
with British goods, and provided also that care is 
taken to keep it up to date by a regular supply of the 
latest goods put on the market. A useful adjunct 
to the actual samples is provided by a collection of 
representative German and Austrian catalogues, 
showing the care taken by our enemies to publish 
literature (often in the language of the country 
being exploited) which will appeal to the buyer. 

A Government Department in Touch with 
Traders. 

The fundamental fact underlying all the activities 
set forth above is that at last a Government Depart- 
ment has abandoned the traditional attitude of aloof- 
ness, and has come into vital contact with traders up 
and down the country. It is well-known that the in- 
dustrial community's previous knowledge of and 
connections with Government Departments were, 
from their own point of view, anything but happy. 
Official intervention in matters relating to factory 
regulations, excise, income tax, etc., often caused 
irritation, and, it is to bo feared, had caused indus- 
trialists to regard official representatives as in- 
quisitive and dictatorial. Here, however, the Board 
of Trade, through the Department of Commercial 
Intelligence, sot themselves with great energy and 
initiative to study the individual needs of traders 
and manufacturers. They secured for their staff 
men from the ranks of industry, exports in various 
lines whose knowledge is now recognised (as witness 
the Dominions Commission Eeport) to be an indis- 
pensable part of the equipment of an official in- 
telligence organisation. Permanent officials working 
in harness with the trade representatives formed an 
ideal combination, and as a result the emissaries 
sent out by the Board were received with courtesy 
and oven enthusiasm. Commercial men recognised 
that a real and practical interest was being taken 
by the Board in trade development. Any initial 
doubts were quickly dissipated when it was proved 
that the official action was entirely disinterested, 
and as a result a cordial understanding has been 
established which augurs well for future enterprise. 
New lines of policy are now being considered and 
even acted upon. At the present time an active 
campaign is being conducted among various trades 
to encourage federation among maunfacturers in 
regard to export trade, so that in place of British 
traders competing against one another to the national 
hurt in foreign markets, a system of specialisation 
and mutual co-operation may be set up. 

The new spirit thus engendered is full of hope 
for the future. A sound foundation is being laid, 
and we may look for a new era ot commercial and 
industrial expansion as a result. 



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P.S. — Since the above article was put in type, the new 
Joint Department of the Board of Trade and the 
Foreign Office has been constituted under the title of the 
"Department of Overseas Trade" (Development and 
Intelligeqce). It will be represented in Parliament by 
Sir Arthur Steel-Maitland, M.P., who will occupy the 
position both of Additional Under-Secretary of State for 
Foreign Affairs and of Additional Parliamentary Secretary 
at the Board of Trade. The Department will comprise the 
existing Department of Commercial Intelligence of the 
Board of Trade, including the management of the British 
Industries Fairs ; the War Trade Intelligence Department ; 
the Section of the Foreign Trade Department* of the 
Foreign Office dealing with Form K, and with other matters 
relating to the promotion of trade abroad ; and certain 
functions now performed at the Foreign Office in connection 
with commercial intelligence and with the Commercial 

• Attention is called to the fact that the whole of the rest of the 
Foreign Trade Department will remain as heretofore under the con- 
trollership of Sir Ernest Pollock, K.B.E., K.C., M.P., at Lancaster 
House. 



Attache and Consular Services. Sir William Clark 
K. C.S.I. . C.M.G., has been appointed Comptroller-General 
of the new Department, and Mr. F. G. A. Butler, C.B., 
C.M.G., formerly of the Colonial Office, has been appointed 
Director of the Overseas Division. 

An Advisory Committee of Business Men, to act in 
concert with the new Department, is in process of 
formation. 

The temporary headquarters of the Department will be 
at 73, Basinghall Street, London, E.C. 2., to which personal 
letters for Sir Arthur Steel-Maitland should be addressed. 
The Commercial Intelligence Staff will for the present 
continue to be housed at the same address. The office at 
Basinfihall Street contains an Enquiry Bureau, where 
information on all matters affecting trade can be obtained 
on personal application ; or enquiries can be addressed there 
either by post or telephone (Telephone Nos., London 
Wall 4713 to 4717). 

The War Trade Intelligence Staff will remain in their 
existing offices in Lake Buildings, London, S.W. 1. 



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THE NEW DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCIAL 

INTELLIGENCE. 



EXISTING ARRANGEMENTS INADEQUATE. 



Evon with the resent extensions described above, i 
the Department would, however, be inadequate to 
cope with the groat increase in its work which may 
be anticipated after the war. Though it has been 
strengthened in the Sections dealing with home 
trade and Imperial commerce, the foreign trade of 
the country has only been carried on under increasing 
difficulties, due largely to the necessary restrictions 
imposed by the Government. Consequently there 
has been comparatively little opportunity for trade 
expansion in this direction. 

The Foreign Trade Department. 

It so happens that during this period many extra 
duties have devolved upon the Foreign Office in 
connection with the enforcement of the Trading with 
the Enemy (Extension of Powers) Act of 1915, which 
prohibits British firms from trading with those 
business houses abroad which have been put on the 
" Statutory List " as having enemy connections. 
This work necessitated the creation of a new depart- 
ment known as the Foreign Trade Department. 
The British Consular Officers and Commercial 
Attaches abroad have naturally had to investigate 
the transactions of doubtful firms, and have also 
been charged with the duty of issuing certificates 
of origin, and latterly certificates of interest, for 
goods from certain neutral countries imported into 
the United Kingdom and the British Dominions 
and Colonies. Their reports in connection with 
these matters have been forwarded to the Foreign 
Trade Department, which has thus come into posses- 
sion of a mass of valuable information likely to be 
of great service in directing the Government policy 
towards export and import trade. 

Union of the Two Departments. 

As the Department of Commercial Intelligence is 
also in constant correspondence with Consular 
Officers in regard to trade questions, there was con- 
siderable overlapping in the work of the two Depart- 
ments. After full consideration of all the questions 
involved a settlement has been arranged by the 
Board of Trade and the Foreign Office, and approved 
by the War Cabinet, which entails the creation of an 
enlarged Commercial Intelligence Department on a 
scale adequate to meet the reasonable requirements 
of British trade after the war. This Department 
will comprise the existing Department of Commercial 
Intelligence of the Board of Trade, and the Foreign 
Trade Department of the Foreign Office. It will 
«lso take over such of the staff and records as may 



be required from the War Departments dealing with 
Blockade and Trading with the Enemy questions, 
i.e., the War Trade Intelligence, and the .Var Trade 
Statistical Departments. 

Although, as yet, the Now Department will not 
have a Minister, it will be represented in Parliament 
by a new Parliamentary Secretary, who will be 
jontly responsible to the Board of Trade and the 
Foreign Office. The demarcation of the respective 
spheres of the two Departments is not yet too clear, 
but no doubt if questions are approached in a har- 
monious spirit it will be possible to run the new 
Department smoothly and efficiently. It will be a 
great advantage that in future, traders need be in 
no doubt to which Department they should apply in 
commercial matters. Hitherto some have written 
to the Department of Commercial Intelligence, some 
to the Commercial Department of the Board of Trade, 
some to the Commercial Department of the Foreign 
Office ; and since the war the creation of new De- 
partments has increased the confusion. All com- 
mercial questions will henceforward be centralised 
at the new Department, who of course will consult 
with other Departments in case of need. 

Consular Service. 

The Foreign Office has of course always controlled 
the Consular Service, and will continue to exercise 
supervision over the matters which concern foreign 
policy, and also the personnel of the service. The 
now Department will, however, issue instructions to 
the Consuls in the name of the Foreign Office, and 
will be in direct touch with them for commercial 
purposes. The forthcoming reorganisation of the 
Commercial Attache and Consular Service will be 
considered by a Committee on which the new De- 
partment, as well as the Foreign Office, will be fully 
represented. This should accomplish for foreign 
trade all that is hoped for from the Trade Com- 
missioner Service in respect of Colonial trade. It is 
a good sign that more attention will be given to the 
claims of business men to be represented in the 
Consular Service. A suitable leaven of those with 
business experience is surely necessary there just 
as in the Departments at home. 

Sir A. D. Steel-Maitland has been appointed as 
first Parliamentary Secretary to the Department, 
with Sir W. H. Clark as permanent head. Under 
this able leadership, and with the assistance of a 
small Advisory Committee of business men, which 
will meet at frequent intervals with the permanent 
officials, there is every prospect of a live and efficient 
organisation. 



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THE BRITISH TKADE CORPORATION. 



The peculiarly international character of British 
banking lays it open to attack on its weakest side 
when, as in a state of war, the nation is forced back 
upon itself — when the ordinary course of trade with 
other countries is rudely interrupted, and stock is 
taken of the assets within our gates. The " Ad- 
mirable Crichton," from being an irreproachable 
valet in comfortable civilisation, finds himself un- 
disputed head of a society marooned on an island 
and cut off from intercourse with the rest of the 
world. And so it is with many of our institutions. 
Some rise, some fall in the scale of values, when 
tested by new conditions. We overlook good quali- 
ties, developed under other circiimstances, when 
they do not meet the immediate need of the hour, 
and we demand a thorough overhaul of the whole 
system. Yet reflection shows that it is by no means 
wise to destroy the old structure, until we are sure 
that it will serve no purpose in the future. 

Defects in English Banking. 
A process something after this fashion has been 
going on in the severe criticisms meted out to our 
banking system since the war. It has been pointed 
out that the great London banks have been more 
ready to finance international trade and foreign 
enterprises than home industiies. The British in- 
vestor has been encouraged to put his money in 
colonial and foreign securities, till this has almost 
become a habit with him. Our immense overseas 
investments (it is admitted) have been invaluable 
to the Allied cause. We have, however, erred, in 
that British industry has not been backed up effi- 
ciently by the large banking houses, but has had to 
draw for support on local and private sources, which 
had not of course so much capital available. Our 
bankers, it is pointed out, have been primarily con- 
cerned with the interests of their investors, and have 
aimed at keeping their funds as liquid as possible. 
They have looked upon themselves mainly as trustees 
for the funds deposited with them, while they have 
paid little heed to the interests of national industry, 
and its development, and have missed the main 
purpose of a bank, which should be the financing 
of trade and commerce. 

The German System. 
On the other hand Germany, by her economic 
history, has been forced to adopt a role which is 
peculiarly adapted to impress the foreigner under 
present abnormal conditions. Where England's 
wealth was accumulated comparatively slowly 
through generations by private firms who could 
usually finance increasing trade from their own 
resources, Germany almost in a night found immense 
opportunities for overseas trade ready to hand, but 
her industrialists had not any financial resources 
which could enable them to cope with their wealthy 
competitors in this country and elsewhere. German 
banking was also only beginning to assume an inter- 
national character, and had not a traditional con- 
servative policy. The need for concentration of all 



the financial resources of the German Empire to aid 
its commerce was therefore clear. Here originated 
that close relationship between the German " Gross 
banken " (such as the Deutsche Bank and the Dis- 
conto Gesellschaft) and German industry which is 
a leading feature of the economic life of Germany. 

The Task for British Finance. 

The problem which has presented itself to those 
who have studied the question in this country in the 
light of experience gained by the war has been : 
" How can the United Kingdom meet the demands 
for credit of enterprising new industrialists, and 
finance overseas trade where necessary, without 
discarding the sound methods which have ensured 
the stability of our present financial system ? How 
can we attain the advantages of the German system 
of expanding trade, without incurring undue risk 
in so doing ? " 
Formation of the British Trade Corporation. 

The answer to this is the founding of the British 
Trade Corporation, on the lines advocated by a 
special Committee appointed to inquire into the 
whole matter. This institution will not interfere 
with ordinary banking or merchants' business, but 
its function will be to assist British interests (and 
British only) by financing undertakings which a 
British Joint Stock Bank, working on its own cautious 
lines, thinks it cannot prudently accept. The idea 
of the promoters is that the Corporation may in suit- 
able cases make advances for the extension of exist- 
ing manufacturing plant, for the co-ordination or 
amalgamation of works. Assistance is to be ren- 
dered works in obtaining orders abroad, and reason- 
able financial facilities will be given for executing 
orders. Preference will be given to orders which 
are to be executed in this country. 

Information Bureau. 

A close connection will be established between the 
Corporation and the Department of Commercial 
Intelligence. The Committee have recommended 
that the Corporation should have an up-to-date 
Information Bureau of its own, whose chief functions 
will be to keep a record of the status of firms abroad ; 
to obtain early information about new business open- 
ings, contracts, etc. ; and to examine new industrial 
projects. Any assistance to " key " industries should 
if possible be given through the medium of the 
Corporation. 

Three excellent appointments have been made in 
Lord Faringdon as Chairman of Directors, Mr. 
A. •G. M. Dickson as General Manager, and Mr. 
Percy C. West as London Manager. The task of 
the Corporation is full of difficulty, and it will need 
the co-operation of the whole financial community 
to make its operations successful. It is to be hoped, 
therefore, that the critics who feared that the Cor- 
poration would interfere in ordinary banking business 
have been satisf ed by the Government's assurances 
on this point, and that all are prepared to work to- 
gether harmoniously for the benefit of British trade. 



APPENDICES. 



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APPENDIX I. 

1 . List of His Majesty's Tradi Commissionbrs : — 

Canada and Nkwfoundland : — 

Mr. C. Hamilton Wickes, 303, Beaver Hall, Montreal. 
(Telegraphic Address ; " Britcom.") 

AUSTRALIA : — 

Mr. O. T. Milne, t!onimcreo House, Melbourne 

(Telegraphic Address ! " Conibrit ") ; and Royal 

Exchange, Sydney. (Telegraphic Address: 
" Combritto." 

Nkw Zealand : — 

Mr. R. W. Dalton, P.O. Box 369, Wellington. 
(Telegraphic Address ; " Advantage.") 

South Africa : — 

Mr. W. G. Wiekham, P.O. Box 1,346, Cape Town. 
(Telegraphic Address : " Austere.") 

British India : — 

Mr. T. M. Ainscough. Calcutta. 

2. List of Commercial Attaches (the Address in Case of 

Attaches Stationed Abroad is at the British 
Embassy or Legation of the Town mentioned) : — 

France, Belgium, and Switzerland : — 

Sir H. Austin Lee, K.C.M.G., C.B., Paris. 
G. P. Skipworth and R. L. Craigie, Berne, are at 
present acting temporarily as Attaches for Switzer- 
land. 
Russia : — 

H. A. Cooke, Foreign Office, London. 
Denmark, Holland, Norway, and Sweden : — 

Sir Francis Oppenhoimer, The Hague, assisted by 

J. A. J. de Villiers (The Hague), P. D. Botterell 

(The Hague), R. M. Turner (Copenhagen), L. C. 

Martin (Copenhagen), G. T. Sampson (Stockholm). 

Italy, Greece, and Roumania : — 

A. P. Bennett, C.M.G., Foreign Office, London. 
Spain, Portugal, and Morocco : — 

Lord Herbert Hervey, Foreign Office, London. 
Japan : — 

E. F. Crowe, C.M.G., Tokio. 
China : — 

W. P. Ker, Peking. 
Argentina : — • 

H. 0. Chalkley, Buenos Aires. 
Brazil : — 

Ernest Hambloch, Rio de Janeiro. 

3. Consular Officers : — 

Salaried British Consular Officers are now stationed 
in all the foreign capitals and leading posts abroad. 
To avoid delay in communicating with these officers, 
they should be addressed not by name but by their 
official designation, i.e., British Consul-General, Consul, 

Vice-Consul, or Consular Agent at . The list 

of these officers is too long to print here, but anyone 
desirous of obtaining one should apply at the Depart- 
ment of Commercial Intelligence, 73, Basinghall Street, 
London, E.C.2. 

4. British Chambers of Commerce Abroad. 

A list of the British Chambers of Commerce estab- 
lished in foreign countries may also be obtained from 
the above source. 

5. List op some Government Publications likely to be 

OF Service to Exporters. 

" Board of Trade Journal," published every Thurs- 
day, price 3d. (Post free, ,3 J d.) 

(Note : The publication of the Foreign Office 
Annual Reports of British Consular Officers abroad 
has been suspended during the war, but any extracts 
of interest to traders which are received from the 
Consuls are published in the "Journal.") 

Reports of Trade Commissioners : — 

/ ustralia (for 1915)— Cd. 828.-), price 3ld. (post free. 

4id.). 
Australia : Special report on import trade durine 

1915-16— Cd. , price . 

Canada (for 1916)— Cd. 8679, price 3d. (post free, 4d.). 
New Zealand (for 1916)— Cd. 8686, price 6d. (post 

free, 8d.). ^ 



South Africa (for 1915-16)— Cd. 8614, price 3d. 
(post free, 4d.). 

Dominions Royal Commission Reports : — 

Final Report— Cd. 8462, price 2g. Od. (port free, 
28. Ud.). 

Interim Reports ; — 

Australasia — Cd. 7210, price Is. (post free. 
Is. Ud.). 

South Africa — Cd. 7505, price 9d. (post free, 
lid.). 

Newfoundland — Cd. 7898, price Is. 2d. (post 
free. Is. 7d.). 

Canada — Cd. 8457, price Is. 3d. (post free. Is. 5d.). 

Colonial Import Duties Return (1915) giving rates 

of duty leviable in the principal articles imported into 

the Dominions, etc. — Cd. 8094, price 4s. 2d. (post free, 

4s. 9d.). 

Foreign Import Duties Return (1913), giving similar 
particulars for the principal foreign markets — Cd. 7180, 
price 5s. (post free, 5s. 7d.). 

(Although during the war the two last-men- 
tioned returns are not being published, no doubt 
they will appear annually in future, and they should 
be of great value.) 

Commercial Travellers' Memorandum, giving regula- 
tions affecting commercial travellers and samples — Cd. 
7031, price 9d. (post free, lid.). 

APPENDIX II. 

List of Recent and Prospective Fairs and Exhibitions, 
Promoted by Government and Municipalities. 

United Kingdom : — 

British Industries Fair 1915, 1916, 1917: Held 
annually on the last Monday in February. 

Glasgow British Industries Exhibition 1917, 1918 : 
To be held annually. 

Birmingham Trades Fair : Organised jointly by the 
Municipality of Birmingham and the Birmingham 
Chamber of Commerce — to be instituted after the 
war. 

Canada : — 

Toronto :— Toys, 1910. 

New Zealand : — ■ 

Hawera : — Dominion Dairy Show and British Trade 
Exhibition, 1917: A number of British firms 
exhibited. 

France : — 

Lyons, 1910, 1917. (International.) 

Paris, 1917, 1918. (French manufacturers only.) 

Bordeaux, 1917. (French manufacturers only.) 

Morocco (French Zone) : — 

Rabat, 1917. (French manufacturers only.) 

Russia ; — 

Nijni-Novgorod, 1917. 

Italy : — 

Milan:— Toys, 1917. 

Netherlands : — 

Utrecht, 1917, 1918. (The first Dutch Industries 
Fair, confined to Dutch manufacturers.) 

Soerbaya, 1919. (After war.) 

Denmark : — 

Fredericia, 1917. 

Switzerland : — 

Bale, 1917, 1918. (Swiss manufacturers only.) 

Japan : — 

Tokio — Chemicals, 1917. 

The idea of the undertaking is described as " to 
collect chemical products manufactured in Japan," 
but " foreign manufactures will also be welcomed 
and will be displayed as reference articles." 
Sapporo (Capital of the Hokkaido) 1918. Foreign 
goods exhibited. 

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By GEO. EDGAE. 



The trouble in the advertising world this year has 
been the shortage of paper. This shortage has 
shown itself in a general reduction in the size of 
newspapers and periodicals, and, to a certain 
extent, in a shortage of advertising space avail- 
able. As a general rule, most papers can take 
less advertising, and curiously enough many have 
been asking more for the use of the space 
available — a tendency which has been something 
in the nature of a grievance with advertisers. 
Apart from the contraction of space available 
for advertising in the Press, other restrictions 
have hampered the advertiser. The shortage of 
paper, restrictions as to its use, the high prices 
both of paper and printing, have interfered with the 
publicity methods of those who use catalogues, 
pamphlets, folders, or handbills. Official restrictions 
have also curtailed the size and number of posters 
to be displayed — a heavy blow to the bill-posters 
and the users of the hoardings. The lighting ar- 
rangements in force in London, and in all districts 
within striking distance of the east coast, have 
brought other forms of outdoor advertising virtually 
to a standstill. London's once familiar display of 
electrically lit devices for advertising is quite a 
diminished glory, and one completely extinguished 
by the time the shopping hours are over. Shop 
window displays have depreciated in advertising 
value for the same reason. One way or another, 
the conditions governing modern advertising, as we 
knew it, in the early part of 1914, have all been 
altered, and the difficulties in the way of successful 
advertising have increased. Yet, with all the diffi- 
culties, advertising as a trade is still active, and 
shows a vitality most encouraging, as a contrast 
against the depressing eSect prolonged war has had 
on every branch of commercial activity. 

In addition to the difficulties arising out of the 
shortage of advertising media in its various forms, 
advertisers have found notable difficulties in the 
way of production. The uncertainty of supplies 
of all kinds (raw materials, manufactured goods, 
etc.) ; the shrinkage of the labour supply ; the 
tightening up of transport facilities ; the tendency 
of the Government to take over existing plants and 
to divert them to other uses, have all had their eSect 
on advertising conditions. In an article of this 
character, it is manifestly impossible to catalogue 
the effects of the war on the output of different 
trades connected with advertising operations on a 
large scale. But one might generally assert that 
there is scarcely a trading activity that has not had 
to alter its business policy materially as a conse- 
quence of the war. There are big advertising 
houses which are now solely engaged in manu- 
facturing material for war purposes under Govern- 



ment supervision. Their ordinary output is arrested. 
The only advertising they can do is in the direction 
of preserving the goodwill associated with a well 
advertised name. One notices this particularly in 
connection with the motor trade, the factories of 
which have naturally turned to the manufacture 
of engines for air-craft, and vehicles designed to 
meet the needs of vast armies for mechanical trans- 
port. Then there are trades which cannot manu- 
facture because of the failure or stringency of sup- 
plies. Here, again, what advertising is done aims 
at the preservation of goodwill. In many cases, 
labour has so reduced output that advertising for 
new business has become undesirable. Amongst 
businesses interfered with to a great extent are 
nearly all the selling agencies handling imported 
articles — many of them big advertisers. On the 
other bide of the canvas, there is the undoubted 
fact that war has created new industries, and, as 
a matter of course, new advertisers, while the re- 
strictions on some businesses have acted beneficially 
on others, indirectly associated with the same trade, 
Probably because of the shortage of whisky and 
beer, there has been more advertising of brandy, 
light wines and cider. Food restrictions on some 
articles have increased the advertising activities of 
some manufacturers of patent foods. Tea shortage 
and prohibitive coffee prices quickened cocoa adver- 
tising. The advance of the lowest priced cigarettes 
has made a market for the medium quality cigarette 
— now extensively advertised. Expensive eggs have 
quickened the advertising of dried eggs and sub- 
stitutes. 

Again, the disappearance of certain extensively 
advertised proprietary articles of German owner- 
ship or origination have stirred up English manu- 
facturers to make and advertise substitutes. The 
needs of the soldiers and sailors on active service 
have caused much special advertising concerned 
with the sale of equipment, presents, and suitable 
gifts of food to be put out. Any article which can 
be recommended as an economical substitute for 
something scarce or dear, is a trump card in ad- 
vertising and selling, and in this class one finds new 
food stuffs, margarines, proprietary articles, taking 
the place of German remedies, fuel economisers, etc. 
At the end of the year, one may say there is healthy 
activity in advertising circles, although there has 
been a falling off of business, and the new advertisers, 
or advertisers who have extended their operations, 
must come near to balancing the volume of business 
lost through other traders being unable to manu- 
facture and supply — or in other words, unable to 
continue advertising at a profit. In estimating 
the volume of new advertising, it should also be 
remembered that the Government is perhaps our 



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biggest advertiser — a fact which will bo noticed 
later. The Government has found more need of 
publicity during 1917 than any private enterprise. 

Generally speaking, the shortage of advertising 
media has not so much restricted advertising opera- 
tions as it has widened their scope. It is true that 
the bulk of the national advertising has been auto- 
matically diverted to the Press. Bill posters and 
owners of other outdoor advertising media have 
suffered by the restrictions set up by the war. Be- 
fore the war, the tendency of advertisers was to 
crowd the pages of the morning and evening papers. 
To-day, the smaller papers of the daily Press limit 
the use the advertiser can make of the morning and 
evening papers. This has not brought the ad- 
vertiser to a standstill by any moans, but has tended 
to force him to consider a wider range of media, 
and to experiment with papers he had not formed 
[, the habit of using before. As a consequence, the 
Sunday Press, also restricted in size, is thriving, 
and so too are illustrated weeklies, magazines, 
periodicals, the provincial Piess generally, and the 
once somewhat neglected local papers. The ad- 
vertiser is finding in practice that most circulations 
are useful for advertising purposes if the prices are 
right, and many different journals are benefiting 
by the widening of his choice. The biggest users of 
space seem to be the storekeepers — drapers, costu- 
miers, etc., and latterly the big departmental stores 
have been considerable advertisers as provision 
merchants. They confine their attentions to the 
London daily and weekly Press, if they are London 
houses, and to the papers published in their home 
cities if they are provincial houses. The catalogue 
difficulty has been partially adjusted by an easing 
of the Government restrictions. Roughly speaking, 
firms are entitled to printing matter working out at 
a third of the quantities used in pre-war days — the 
I Government regulations determining the quantities 
i permissible as a third of the weight of paper used in 
t normal times. Catalogues, however, are no longer 
sent out broadcast. The great trouble to-day with 
the catalogue is the difficulty of quoting prices. 
Almost every trade is, at the time of writing, subject 
to violent fluctuations in prices that frequently render 
the quotations of to-day meaningless in relation to 
the prices of the following week. 

The year closes with a distinct belief prevailing 
that there will be further restrictions in adver- 
tising. Ministerial utterances have not been 
wanting to indicate that some forms of advertising, 
running contrary to habits the Government want 
the people to cultivate, have been considered by 
the Departments concerned. In addition, there is 
no sign that the war is approaching its end, and a 
protraction of the war is not considered likely to 
alleviate the paper shortage which bears heavily on 
advertising in more ways than one. Already some 
papers are rationing advertisers in the matter of 
j space available, and experts are beginning to talk 
f of smaller advertisements all round with the close 
I of the year. Peace-time tendencies were in the 
I direction of the use of larger spaces. Later war- 
\, time tendencies are forcing advertisers to use smaller 
-paces. The study of the immediate future, on the 
'instructive or creative side of advertising, would 
seem to lie more and more in the direction of making 



the smaller spaces more effective. The page habit 
is, comparatively speaking, a method of recent 
growth, and the tendency has been towards brief, 
bold statement in big spaces. It will be interesting 
from the advertising manager's standpoint if his 
employer, driven by the needs of the moment, turn 
away from prodigal space using and display ad- 
vertising to a cultivation of the intensive method 
applied to smaller spaces. Already there art in- 
dications that notable experiments along these lines 
are being made with the close of the year. 

The Government has easily developed into the 
largest advertiser in this country, as the war has 
progressed. With the completion of the movement 
in the direction of compulsory service, the recruit- 
ing advertising of the Government has entirely dis- 
appeared. But other Government needs have had 
to be explained to the public by means of modern 
advertising. The Food Controller, inculcating eco- 
nomy in the use of food stuffs, has been a prolific 
advertiser. The Treasury, too, has expended large 
sums in publicity for the purpose of advertising War 
Loans and Government Bonds. In addition, there 
is the War Savings campaign, run side by side with 
the appeals to investors. A big Government adver- 
tising effort of the year was the one organised by Mr. 
Neville Chamberlain in connection with the National 
Service campaign. The terms of the campaign were 
so unattractive, and the inducements to offer service 
so vague, that the scheme may be said to have broken 
down. A new campaign to ensure satisfactory ad- 
ditions to the public services was commenced towards 
the end of the year, with Sir Auckland Geddes in 
charge of the department. One way or another, the 
Government with its exhortations to economy in 
the use of foods ; its call for money in connection 
with the several schemes for raising money on loan ; 
its educational work in connection with war service, 
and its need for vast armies of men and women 
workers, has been our most prominent national 
advertiser. It has been no uncommon thing to see 
three Government departments running special 
campaigns in the Press at one and the same time. 
The big advertising movement at the close of the 
year has been a quickening of the campaign organised 
by the National War Savings Committee. 

In the Government Advertising many notable 
advertising men have found opportunity of giving 
useful service. Almost all the later campaigns 
have necessitated the calling in of one representative 
advertising expert or another. Much quiet good 
work has been done by the men of the advertising 
world in helping to maintain the quality of govern- 
ment publicity at a high standard of efficiency. With 
the close of the year, an official appointment of 
peculiar interest to advertising men was announced. 
Mr. G. A. Sutton joined the National War Savings 
Committee, and assumed responsibility for the 
diiection ot Press and other advertising for National 
War Bonds and War Savings Certificates. Mr. 
Sutton is of course the chairman of the vast publish- 
ing company, The Amalgamated Press, founded by 
Lord Northcliffe. He succeeded Lord Noithcliffe 
as chairman of the company. Naturally, Mr. G. A. 
Sutton, who has been connected with the Amalga- 
mated Press since 1889, has a wide familiarity with 
advertising problems, both from the nswspaper 

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THE NEWSPAPEE PRESS DIRECTORY. 



man's and the advertiser's point of view. Mr. G. A. 
Sutton paid a handsome compliment to workers in 
advertising immediately after his appointment, by 
publicly inviting their interest in and co-operation 
with his new enterprise. In an open letter to the 
advertising world he wrote : — " I have associated 
with me in this work some keen and able advertising 
men, and they as well as I will welcome assistance 
from the salesmen and advertising men of talent 
throughout the country. I therefore invite every 
salesman, sales manager, and advertising man to 
send me any suggestions that may occur to him as 
likely to advance the object we have in view. That 
object is — eSective salesmanship directed to the 
subject of War Bonds and War Savings Certificates. 
The work is of national importance, and I feel sure 
that I can appeal to patriotism, so I offer no reward 
than that they will be helping their country in the 
important question of finance, and the consciousness 
that they are doing so." This appeal to advertising 
men, couched in such general terms and made on so 
wide a basis, was the subject of much favourable 
comment at the time it was issued. 

There was unusual activity in the selling of War 
Bonds with the close of the year. The most spec- 
tacular advertising efiort was the establishment of a 
tank to serve as an issuing office, in Trafalgar Square. 
Extensively boomed by the Press the tank attracted 
thousands of visitors, and incidentally was instru- 
mental in quickening up the issue of War Bonds. 
Afterwards, a tank tour of the provinces was equally 
successful. Another interesting advertising cam- 
paign in connection with the issuing of War Bonds 
depended for its success on the good-will of adver- 
tisers. During the first week in December leading 
advertisers agreed to devote a certain amount of their 
advertising space to booming the War Bonds — that is 
to say War Bonds were extensively advertised at the 
expense of private traders. Some traders gave very 
generous support to the scheme, devoting whole double 
columns to advertising War Bonds instead of their 
own goods. The response was on a generous scale 
all round. Few privately issued general advertise- 
ments failed to carry exhortations advising the public 
to buy War Bonds, in one form or another. The 
idea was not quite as new as some people seemed 
to imagine at the time. A similar scheme, perhaps 
on a more modest scale, was carried out in connection 
with an appeal for the Prince of Wales' hospital fund, 
just before King Edward came to the throne. Ad- 
vertisers were then invited to let a panel into each 
advertisement showing the Prince of Wales' feathers, 
and embodying a brief appeal to the charitable 
public. I believe the origination of this idea rested 
with the late Mr. S. H. Benson. 

To the Government advertising must be added 
advertising campaigns organised by public movements 
concerned with the raising of funds for social work 
in connection with the war — such work as that carried 
on by the Y.M.C.A., which has assumed national 
proportions, and is only maintained by a constant 
appeal to the charitable public. Similar advertising 
has been necessary on behalf of the welfare work of 
the Church Army. In addition, many public move- 
ments have become extensive advertisers appealing to 
the public for funds, and the amount of money sub- 
scribed on a voluntary basis to alleviate harsh 



conditions set up by the war is a tribute, not only to 
the power of well directed publicity, but also to the 
elasticity of the national purse. The feature of the 
year in connection with this advertising is the im- 
provement shown in the publicity put out on behalf 
of charitable objects. At one time, all advertising 
done by public charities was rather colourless, and 
obviously compiled by men or women who knew little 
about modern publicity. To-day, the mind of the 
trained expert seems to be behind most of the chari- 
table appeals now being made broadcast to the 
sympathies of the nation. 

With all the changes in the make-up, size, and 
price of newspapers and periodicals, but little has 
been said about circulation, this year. The practice 
of issuing certificates which had grown into a habit 
amongst certain daily and evening papers has not 
been generally carried out during the year. This 
fact is part of the case of the advertiser against the 
general tendency to increase advertisnig rates. He 
contends that lesser or dearer papeis have reduced 
sales, and that increases of price are not warranted. 
The London papers declaring sales during the end of 
the year were the Daily News and the Daily Express — 
both journals being the sole survivors of the half- 
penny Press at the old price. The Daily News, in 
December, claimed to have made sales exceeding 
a million copies daily. The Daily Express claimed 
to have reached over 600,000 a day. The Daily 
News has long been climbing to the seven-figure 
standard, and the passing of that figure is another 
notable landmark in newspaper history. The other 
notable statements of figures have been made by 
the Sunday Ptess, which despite the difficulties of 
the war seems to have made headway all round. 
The News of the World, down to eight pages in mid- 
summer, and to six pages by the end of the year, 
guaranteed a circulation of 2,750,000 copies weekly — 
an advance on a statement that has long been a 
familiar feature of its title page. The only week to 
week return of circulation figures I can trace is the 
one issued regularly by the very successful Sunday 
Pictorial. In March, 1915, the circulation of this 
journal was 1,033,000 copies, and it has been ad- 
vancing ever since. The two million figure was 
reached in July, 1916, and September 30th, 1917, 
saw the paper claiming a circulation of 2,528,000 
copies. Down to the time of writing, the Sunday 
Pictorial was pushing its circulation steadily in the 
direction of 2,600,000. The penny daily papers have 
been reticent about circulation facts ; so, too, have 
the evening papers ; while the statements made by 
periodicals and magazines are more general than 
specific. From inquiry, I should imagine the daily 
Press has fairly well maintained pre-war figures. 
There is little evidence on which one could base a 
judgment of the position of magazines and periodicals 
in the matter of numbers sold. The magazines and 
sixpenny illustrated papers show less " effects " 
of the stringency of the paper supply than other 
types of journal, while the advertising they carry 
seems to be well up to the average in volume. 
Most of the old-established Christmas numbers 
were published, somewhat smaller in number of 
pages carried. The prevailing price for the Chritt- 
mas numbers of the sixpenny weeklies was eighteen- 
pence. 



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The public movements in advertising have not 
been without interest of a character worthy of per- 
manent record. Of the various associations con- 
nected with advertising, little has been heard of the 
Spliinx Club, under the auspices of which the first 
serious attempt to bring advertising men together 
in this country was made. The Aldwych Club has 
succeeded in securing a great deal of publicity, and 
has not only widened the scope of membership but 
lengthened the list. Lord Northcliffe has again been 
the president of the year, and despite his many public 
engagements, which included the notable mission to 
America, has taken a deep interest in the club's 
welfare. The custom of holding what have been 
called business luncheons, with a distinguished man 
as the guest of the function, has been entirely suc- 
cessful, and has excited much interest in the club 
itself. The special functions during the year have 
had as guests and chief speakers such well-known 
public men as Lord NorthclifFe, Lord Derby, 
Lord Levershulme, Sir Edward Carson, M.P., Sir 
Albert Stanley, Mr. Winston Churchill and Sir 
Auckland Geddes ; while the names of several other 
attractive speakers have appeared on the year's list 
of luncheon functions. An interesting function was 
the consecration of the Aldwych Club Lodge of 
Freemasons, which took place at the Grand Temple, 
Freemasons' Hall, in July. The National Adver- 
tising Society has made notable headway during the 
year, its main achievement being the establishment 
of the new pension scheme. Under the new scheme, 
four pensions were granted in July, and a further dis- 
tribution of pensions is due early in the present year 
(1918). The Sales Managers' Association has main- 
tained its programme, and has been addressed by a 
variety of guests at the periodical meetings of mem- 
bers. The Association of British Advertising Agents 
is also a growing factor in the public life of advertising. 
During the first half of the year, the Association 
was registered at Somerset House as a Company 
limited by guarantee. The objects for 'which the 
Company is established were stated as follows :— 
■' To promote the interests of British Advertising 
Agents, to promote and oppose legislation, to pub- 
lish newspapers, books, leaflets, etc." The first 
members of the Committee were : — P. de Gylpyn 
Benson (governing director of S. H. Benson, Ltd.), 
L. 0. Johnson (governing director of C. Mitchell & 
Co.), L. Harwood (director, P. C. Burton & Co.), 
H. 0. Crowther (director, Mather & Crowther, Ltd.), 
Frederick E. Potter (governing director, Frederick E, 
Potter, Ltd.), W. Jeffery (director. Sells, Ltd.). 
P. T. N. Smith (principal director Smith's Adver- 
tising Agency), G. J. Orange (managing director, 
Spottiswoode Dixon & Hunting), L. G. Jackson 
(director, G. Street & Co., Ltd.), H. E. Morgan, 
(controller, W. H. Smith & Son). The Council of the 
new Association includes Mr. L. 0. Johnson as 
President; Mr. H. 0. Crowther (Mather & Crowther, 
Ltd.), Vice-President; Hon. Treasurer, Mr. Lionel 
Jackson (G. Street & Co., Ltd.); Hon. Secretary, Mr. 
Philip Benson (S. H. Benson, Ltd.). The Club move- 
ment in the country has shown a tendency to revive, 
and several of the provincial clubs have maintained 
their winter programmes. No representative went 



from this country to the St. Louis Convention held in 
June, but Mr. J. Murray Allison, who was travelling 
in America on business, attended the great inter- 
national gathering of advertising men, and received 
a warm welcome which was a direct compliment to 
the advertising men of this country. 

Two representative figures passed from the ranks 
of national advertisers during the year. The death 
of Sir Richard Burbidge, the managing director of 
Harrod's Stores, was announced in June. He was 
one of the pioneers of the " everything under one 
roof store " in London. A Wiltshire man, born in 
1847, he commenced his store career, after trading 
on his own account, with the Civil Service Stores. 
Other steps in his career were associated with the 
Army & Navy Stores as superintendent, general 
manager of William Whiteley's, Westbourne Grove 
( 1882), and later, a managerial reign at the Kensington 
Stores. His next step took him to Harrod's Stores, 
the directors of which began by taking over the 
business of Mr. Charles D. Hairod, in Brompton 
Road, at a valuation of £100,000, in 1889. Sir 
Richard Burbidge became general manager of a 
concern, the profits of which rose from £13,000 
in 1890 to £37,000 in 1894. Sir Richard Burbidge 
became managing director when the new company 
was floated in 1895, and saw the business grow into 
a huge machine employing 6,600 people and making 
(1916-7) a profit of £235,000 per year. He was 
created a baronet in 1916, in recognition of his ser- 
vices to the Ministry of Munitions. Sir Richard 
Burbidge was a keen advertiser as head of Harrod's 
Stores, and set a high standard both in the matter 
of style and integrity for all announcements put out 
by the firm. He was succeeded by his eldest son, 
Sir C. Woodman Burbidge. 

Another well-known personality amongst leading 
advertisers passed away in July- — the late Sir Joseph 
Lyons. He was the first to admit that the great busi- 
ness bearing his name was largely built up on shrewd 
advertising. And at every stage of his business 
career. Sir Joseph Lyons and his undertakings were 
great users of advertising space. Sir Joseph Lyons, 
by hard work, excellent catering and sound ad- 
vertising, worked nothing short of a revolution in 
the London catering trade. He found a London 
with nothing in between cheap eating houses and 
somewhat expensive restaurants, catering for the 
enormous needs of workers and visitors to London 
needing light luncheons, teas and refreshments, at 
reasonable rates and served under decent conditions. 
He first conquered London with Lyons' Cafes, but 
the firm has become restaurant and hotel proprietors 
and public caterers on a large scale, owning magnifi- 
cent premises and doing every grade of the catering 
business. He will be remembered as the man who 
freed working London from the public-house snack 
and luncheon, and gave women workers, shoppers 
and visitors suitable accommodation for afternoon 
tea and other light refreshments. Sir Joseph Lyons 
was a shrewd, clear-headed man of the world, an 
able business man, and a very likeable personality. 
Time and again, and until the last, he revealed his 
sustained interest in all that related to modern 
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THE TREND OF THE MODERN PRESS. 



The year closes with the Allies still at war with 
the Central Powers, and 1918 finds Europe in a 
state of turmoil which grows more pronounced, and 
brings increasing complexities as the time drags on. 
As this review is written, the war has long passed 
its third anniversary, and the end is still in 
the uncertain realms of prophecy. Few people 
have the temerity to predict when a conclusion of 
hostilities can be safely expected. In this review 
of the activities of the English Press during a year 
big with fate, one must note that a war which has 
left its mark on almost every phase of national life, 
has more and more influenced newspaper production 
in every department. When war broke out in 1914, 
there were many who forecasted the influence it 
would have on the Press of this country, and most 
of the prophetic estimates have proved entirely 
misleading. The one big factor which has made 
the conduct of any kind of newspaper or periodical 
production a problem demanding the nicest con- 
sideration almost daily, was scarcely foreseen in the 
first year of war. We refer, of course, to the direct 
influence the war has had upon the paper supply. 
It was only towards the middle of the year 1916, 
that the paper supply emerged as the real problem 
confronting the Press, arising out of the war. By the 
end of 1916 the position was very menacing, and the 
year 1917 has seen the Press preoccupied almost in- 
cessantly by the problems set up by the paper 
shortage. The newspaper man of to-morrow, who 
desires to form a just picture of the conditions under 
which newspapers and periodicals were produced, 
under exceptional conditions created by a historic 
war, can almost treat every aspect born of these 
exceptional times as subsidiary to the outstanding 
problem of securing paper supphes for printing 
purposes. The Censorship, Government Control of 
News, the restriction of transport facilities, the in- 
fluence of the war on advertising support, the de- 
nuding of oflices and works by Compulsory Service 
conditions, are interesting phenomena arising out 
of the war. But all the diflaculties, and there have 
been many, are overshadowed by the restriction 
of the paper supply, and the shortage of paper may 
be said to have left a heavy mark on every journal- 
istic enterprise. 

The causes of the paper shortage are obvious. 
There would have been a shortage in any case, 
through the diversion of the carrying power of our 
shipping to purposes immediately connected with 
the prosecution of our share of the war. The success 
of the German submarine campaign still further 
emphasised our need to make the most economical 
use of all sea-going craft. The country could only 
carry on by a strong measure of State control deter- 
mining the nature of the goods to be borne across 
the seas, and the volume of traffic in the permitted 



merchandise. Paper-making materials, owing to their 
bulk, were amongst the first of the raw materials to 
be restricted. Not only did freights go up by leaps 
and bounds, but the quantities carried had to be 
curtailed. At the present moment there is only a 
fraction of the paper supply available in times of 
peace, while roughly speaking, the cost of paper is 
now anything from 300 to 500 per cent, more than 
we were paying under normal conditions. On the 
economic side, the question has been a difficult one 
for proprietors — but that is the least difiicult angle 
of the problem. The extra cost has been met by 
extra charges in most cases. The real problem is to 
get enough paper to carry on production in a prac- 
tical manner, even when rigid economies in con- 
sumption have been effected, and the future is 
coloured by the uncertainty of the outlook, as to 
the continuance of the meagre supply we have at 
our disposal in the market at the time of writing. 

The first effect of the paper shortage was the in- 
creased cost of paper. Pressure of the price of 
paper forced all proprietors to consider the price 
charged for the various newspapers to the pubUc. 
There was by no means unanimity in the matter. 
Some firms decided to maintain accustomed size 
and increase the price ; others decided to retain 
the price charged for the paper and reduce the size. 
The alterations began early in the new year — alter- 
ations either in size or price. The London papers 
showed the least sign of agreement. However, 
changes had to be made, one way or the other, and 
by the beginning of October, in 1917, it was recorded 
that 600 papers had changed their price, 77 being 
daihes, and 523 weeklies. To this number must 
be added many publications in the periodical class. 
For instance, the sixpenny illustrated journals ad- 
vanced to sevenpence, while some made bigger 
increases. In London, at the end of the year, The 
Times was twopence, and the Morning Post and 
Advertiser advanced to the same price. The Daily 
Telegraph remained at the familiar penny. The 
Daily Mail raised its price to one penny early 
in the year- — the Daily News, the Daily Chronicle 
and the Daily Express remained at the old 
price — one halfpenny. The Daily Chronicle, late 
in the year, incieased its price to a penny. 
The evening papers did not alter their prices, 
and only a few of the Sunday papers changed 
in this respect, the Observer going to twopence. In 
the provinces, daily, evening, weekly and local 
papers have increased their prices, the chief changes 
being from a penny to twopence, some making the 
change in two halfpenny instalments. 

But apart from questions of price, most papers 
have curtailed their sizes. The Daily Mail, at the 
end of the year, was running six pages each day, 
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week. The Daily News, at a halfpenny, was running 
four pages ; the Daily Chrotiicle, with a smaller 
page, ran to six pages. The penny evening papers 
have not changed much in size in the metropolis, 
but the two popular halfpenny papers, the Evening 
News and Star, were regularly down to four pages 
with the close of the year. The two big Sunday 
illustrated papers, the Sunday Pictorial and the 
Sunday Herald, were publishing at a penny, slightly 
reduced in size. The big popular Sunday news- 
papers were very much reduced, and were only shadows 
of their former selves. Illustrated weeklies, maga- 
zines, periodicals, have all been reduced in size. 
The same may be said of the provincial newspapers 
which had already advanced their prices. Most of 
them were running smaller papers, too, at the end 
of the year ; at all events, extra pages for special 
issues, either owing to extra news and literary 
features, or pressure of advertising, are rarely met 
with at the time of writing. 

All this has had an astonishing effect on news- 
paper production — in the editorial room, the adver- 
tising department, the printing works, and the 
publisher's office. The smaller papers, for instance, 
have necessitated a revision of news values and the 
sub-editorial treatment of news. Features such as 
fiction, literary criticism, sporting articles, etc., 
have been rigidly curtailed or cut out. Advertising 
enterprise has been restricted by lack of space. 
In many cases, the newspapers have striven to 
recoup themselves by raising the price for space 
against the advertiser. On the whole, the public 
has taken kindly to the changes, but in many cases 
circulations have not been maintained, though 
soma have actually increased The chief effect of 
the change on the newspapers has been its effect 
on the competitive spirit. The necessity of econo- 
mising space for news, and the disappearance of 
features characteristic of this or that paper have 
made one newspaper very much like another. 
Amongst the periodicals exceptional enterprise is 
arrested for much the same reason — the old charac- 
teristic features have to be maintained, and there 
is little space available for new features or special 
circulation efforts. One other aspect of the paper 
shortage is that, by Government order, no one can 
start a new paper, magazine, or publication without 
a special license. There has been no marked ten- 
dency to new enterprises in any case. Another 
aspect of the paper trouble is that, again by Govern- 
ment edict, the printing and display of newspaper 
placards have been discontinued. Offenders against 
this regulation have been prosecuted. An attempt 
was made by Government control to do away with 
the wastage implied by the system of accepting 
returns, ie., unsold copies. This, in actual practice, 
broke down. All the same, paper is so scarce and 
valuable that most proprietors look after the wastage 
caused by returns on their own account, and news- 
agents work on a supply which at best allows but a 
narrow margin of returns, if any at all. 

The physical aspect of the Press had entirely 
altered by the end of the year. Indeed, both in 
size and contents, the changes wrought by the war 
are more and more marked. The treatment of news 
alone makes one paper's service very much like another. 
The censorship, still tightly adjusted, though per- 



haps not so stringent as in 1916, practically ensures 
that every paper gets the same information about 
the war. The war-correspondent is allowed to see 
more and he may write more, but the facts he retails 
are selected by the authorities, and his articles differ 
only from the rest of his tribe in the field in the 
manner of treatment. Home news, too, is rigidly 
curtailed. A news feature that would once have 
run to two or more columns can easily bo packed 
into half a column or less. Fiction has dis- 
appeared from the daily newspapers. Special articles 
are fewer, and their length is curtailed. The half- 
penny dailies make a feature of half column articles. 
Space once liberally given to literary, theatrical and 
art criticism, fashion and home topics, racing, foot- 
ball and sport, is now reduced to a minimum. In- 
deed, some of these subjects once treated at a great 
length have dropped out altogether. Football is 
now largely a matter of bare results. A day's 
racing is reduced to the names and places of the 
horses engaged and the starting prices. Practically, 
the old competitive method by which papers vie 
with each other in size, quantity of news, and num- 
ber of special features, has broken down. The race 
for circulation has been relaxed. Indeed, The 
Times pubUcly announced that it wanted to reduce 
circulation, and not to make extra figures. Smaller 
working staffs are the rule, but the conditions permit 
of this. Strange to say, one does not hear much of 
hardship through journalistic unemployment. The 
war has taken the younger generation, and despite 
reduced staffs there are not too many capable men 
available. The shortage of workers is most notice- 
able in the technical departments. The withdrawal 
of so many men from industrial life has also ham- 
pered newspaper circulation. With fewer trains 
and less people engaged in distribution, the circula- 
tion departments have their problems too. There 
is perhaps no field of industry which has undergone 
more change as a direct consequence of the war than 
the various branches of skilled labour concerned 
with the production of newspapers. And yet with 
it all, the mortality rate for the year has been very 
low, and there have been no sensational stoppages, 
as there were in the year 1916. 

The notable changes in newspaper circles are very 
few. The most interesting, journalistically, was the 
alteration in the proprietorial direction of the Pall 
Mall Gazette, which from January 8th passed under 
the control of Sir Henry Dalziel, M.P. The history 
of the paper recently, has been interesting. After 
a long period, during which the Pall Mall Gazette 
was the property of Lord Astor, it passed into the 
hands of Mr. Davison Dalziel, the Unionist member 
for Brixton. The change over to Sir Henry Dalziel's 
control saw the Pall Mall Gazette move again, after 
leaving a home of many journalistic associations in 
Newton Street. It is now edited and printed in 
premises at the corner of Temple Avenue and Tudor 
Street. From the same premises Reynolds' News- 
faper, controlled also by Sir Henry Dalziel, is edited 
and printed. Amongst the deaths of the year was 
the suspension of the popular literary weekly. To-day, 
edited by Mr. Holbrook Jackson. To-day originally 
started out as T.P's WeeUy, after Mr. T. P. O'Connor, 
M.P., severed his connection with M.A.P. With 
" T. P." on r.P's WeeUy was associated Mr. W'lfred 



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THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



Whitten, " Jolin o' London," who was acting editor 
down to the time the firm published T.P's Magazine, 
an enterprise which was not particularly fortunate. 
Mr. Holbrook Jackson, a journalist and critic 
much in the public eye, succeeded Mr. Wilfred 
Whitten as acting editor of T.P's WeeUy. Later, 
Mr. T. P. O'Connor ceased to be connected with 
the journal bearing his popular initials, either 
as editor or contributor. The change, in view of 
the title and the appeal of the journal, was em- 
barrassing. Mr. Holbrook Jackson continued as 
editor and manager of T.P's WeeMy, and the pro- 
prietors finally decided to change the title of the 
journal. During 1916, T.P.'s Weekly became 
To-day, To-day being a revival of the title of a two- 
penny weekly literary journal, edited and founded 
by Mr. Jerome K. Jerome, in the days when the 
" new humorists " were the centre of much interest 
in the literary world. To-day, in its latest form, 
under Mr. Holbrook Jackson's direction, made a bold 
bid for success and deserved it. Unfortunately, the 
war period with its tendency to force up the cost of 
production and materials, was too much for a paper 
trying to develop its sea-legs under a new title, and 
To-day ceased to publish with the turn of the year. 
Mr. Holbrook Jackson announced his intention to 
issue To-day as a monthly, privately, on somewhat 
novel lines. 

Without attempting a complete record of news- 
paper changes, it is interesting to note that with the 
passing of the Exeter Flying Post in April, a paper 
with a historic title and an ancient lineage went out 
of existence. The title of the journal is a reminder 
of the turbulent and difficult days of long ago. The 
Flying Post was the oldest journal in the West of 
England, being first pubUshed as far back as Sep- 
tember, 1763. Readers interested in Press history 
will regret the passing of a journal with such a re- 
markable past. 

There was little tendency towards new pubUshing 
enterprise during the year, owing first to Govern- 
ment restrictions, and in a greater measure still, to 
the rising cost of production and the uncertainties 
surrounding the supply of materials. There was 
one new venture, however, which somewhat startled 
Fleet Street — the appearance of the NaUonal News, 
on Sunday, February 18th. Much curiosity was 
occasioned by its appearance, and the new candidate 
for Sunday honours had to meet a great deal of trade 
opposition from the first. The London daily papers 
declined the preliminary advertisements of the 
National News, giving as their reason that it was 
not in the national interest for new journals to 
appear at this crisis in our history. The National 
News failed to make its appearance after issuing 
twenty numbers, on Sunday, July 8th— publication 
being interrupted from July 1st. Again gossip was 
busy with the paper, the strange moment ol its 
appearance, and its brief history. The National News 
was to spring a further surprise on Fleet Street, 
for the ro-appearance of the journal was announced 
for September 30th, and the National News resumed its 
interrupted career, and had appeared regularly up 
to the time these notes were compiled. Naturally, 
the re-appearance of the journal, an almost un- 
precedented occurrence in Fleet Street, attracted a 
great deal of attention in newspaper circles. 



Amongst the personal news of the year, worth a 
permanent record, is the retirement of Sir Edmund 
Robbins, the manager of the Press Association. In 
Sir Edmund Robbins' association with an under- 
taking that practically worked a revolution, par- 
ticularly in provincial journalism, is bound up the 
history of the Press Association. To newspaper 
men. Sir Edmund Robbins will be best known as 
Mr. E. Robbins, who for forty-seven and a half years 
was closely associated with the Press Association, 
which plays such a big part in the daily life of the 
newspaper. Sir E. Robbins, who was honoured with 
a title during the year of his retirement, has prac- 
tically been with the Press Association ever since 
the enterprise came into being. When the Press 
Association was commenced in 1868, Sir E. Robbins 
was already connected with a news agency. He 
became a sub-editor of the new Association on 
January 1st, 1870. In one capacity or another. 
Sir E. Robbins served the Press Association with 
enthusiaotic loyalty from that date. At the time 
of his appointment as manager in 1880, he had 
completed six years of service as the first lobby 
correspondent of the Press Association. Sir Edmund 
Robbins saw the Press Association grow from small 
beginnings into an undertaking which is now one of 
the most complex and sensitive newspaper organisa- 
tions in the world. The Press Association practically 
marked the end of the old system of London and 
provincial daily papers maintaining special staffs for 
parliamentary reporting. To-day it covers prac- 
tically every phase of news gathering, running 
special departments and employing specialists in 
every phase of newspaper work, besides being repre- 
sented almost everywhere. Sir E. Robbins' retire- 
ment was marked by a series of compUmentary 
dinners and presentations, one of the functions being 
a notable gathering of newspaper proprietors, on 
November 6th. Another matter of personal interest 
was that Mr. J. A. Spender celebrated the twenty- 
first anniversary of his occupation of the editorial 
chair of the Westminster Gazette, on January 31st. 
With the exception of Mr. John Le Sage, the editor 
of the Daily Telegraph, Mr. Spender is the only 
editor who can claim so long a continued editorial 
reign in the office of one London daily paper. Mr. 
J. A. Spender went over to the Westminster Gazette 
from the Pall Mall Gazette, as assistant editor, when 
Sir George Newnes started the journal on January 
31st, 1893. He succeeded Sir E. T. Cook as editor 
three years later, and from that time down to the 
present day the Westminster has not changed its 
politics or its poUcy. A rough estimate made about 
the time of Mr. Spender's anniversary suggested 
that he had wiitten not less than 5,000 leading 
articles for the journal under his control. Mr. John 
Le Sage, whose editorial reign over the Daily Tele- 
graph is longer than Mr. Spender's years of office, 
celebrated his eightieth birthday, still in harness, in 
April. Another personal fact with a somewhat 
historical significance in Press circles arose out of 
the celebration of the Referee's fortieth anniversary, 
the paper being first published on August 19th, 
1877. Only three of the original staff were at work 
on the anniversary date — Mr. Richard Butler, the 
editor ; Mr. Henry Chance Newton, and Mr. George 
R. Sims. Mr. Sims, in his notes in the anniversary 



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number, stated that ho had written the familiar 
feature, " Mustard and Ciess," 2,080 times without 
missing a single week, and estimated that in making 
the record ho had written 6,240 columns, and 904,800 
linos. Mr. Simo has undoubtedly achieved a journal- 
istic record. 

Interesting as a sidelight on tlie cost of modern 
daily newspaper production, and worth preserving 
here for future reference, are the figures given in 
The Worker, Huddorsfield, as having been extracted 
by an Investigation Comniittpe, appointed by the 
Trade Unions to go fully into the books and accounts 
of the late Daily Citizen. I take it the following 
were the weekly standing charges : — Secretarial 
Department, £9 17s. 6d. ; General Office, London, 
£13 2i. 6d. ; Counting House, Manchester (including 
three Lodge men and a chairman), £20 Ts. 6d. ; 
Editorial Department, London, £160 2s. ; Editorial 
Department, Manchester, £78 5s. Id. ; Circulation 
Department, London, £47 3s. ; Ciiculation Staff, 
Manchester, £25 15s. ; Advertising Department, 
£23 12s. Mention is made of one week in which 
contributions totalled £98, and if all the figures be 
added together the total per week on the literary and 
administrative side was £476 4s. 7d. The Newspaper 
World in reviewing these figures adds : — " To what 
extent these figures are really typical weare unable 
to say, and the form in which they are reproduced 
makes it impossible thoroughly to understand them." 

The figures for a selected week were given as 
follows, in the same report : — " The paper, com- 
posing, piinting, etc., cost £1,187 14s. 5d. ; editorial 
staff and expenses, £420 19s. 3d ; publishing, 
£375 12s. ; advertising, £32 3s. 9d. ; general, £90 14s. ; 
a total of £2,107 3s. 5d. The total income for the 
same week was £1,065 13s. 2d. ; leaving a loss of 
£1,041 10s. 3d. The figures are more suggestive 
than completely illuminating, but they have their 
interest for newspaper men. A profit and loss 
account, and a balance sheet, compiled by a chartered 
accountant, and covering the two years of the paper's 
existence, would have been still more interesting. 
The Daily Citizen was published first in one centre 
and then in two (London and Manchester), and was 
an eight and a four page paper during its chequered 
career. 

The ceremonial side of the work of the Institute 
of Journalists was again laid aside owing to the war. 
The conference as a movable feast was abandoned, 
and reduced to a businesslike annual meeting. Mr. 
A. G. Gardiner, editor of the Daily News, the retiring 
president, gave place to Mr. J. L. Garvin, who de- 
livered his presidential address, at the thirty-second 
Annual Conference held on October 20th, at the 
Hall of the Institute, London. Mr. Garvin, as 
president of the Institute of Journalists for 1917-8, 
requires little or no introduction to members or 
journalists. His career, in Newcastle, on the Daily 
Telegraph, and more recently as editor of tlie 
Observer and the Pall Mall Gazette, is well known 
to newspaper men. The 1917 annual delegate 
meeting of the National Union of Journalists 
was htld at Manchester on Friday and Saturday, 
April 6th and 7th, when the presidential address 
was delivered by Mr. Ernest Williams. The new 
president of the National Union was elected, the 
honour falling to Mr. Alfred Martin. Mr. Alfred 



Martin is a Lincolnshire man, born and educated at 
Grantham. He went to Grimsby to manage and 
edit the Grimsby Daily Telegraph for Sir George 
Doughty, M.P., and ho pioneered the journal through 
its early and more difficult stages. He was later 
editoi of the Sports Special, published by the Sheffield 
Daily Telegraph, and, at the time of writing, is Sports 
Editor of Messrs. W. C. Long's publications in the 
cutlery town. 

Both the National Union and the Institute of 
Journalists devoted considerable attention to the 
wages question, and supported a strong movement 
towards an advance in the pay of the working jour- 
nalist. The increased rate asked for by the National 
Union of Journalists on the wages paid to journalistic 
staffs in July, 1914, in the memoiial addressed by it 
to the Newspaper Society, the Newspaper Federation, 
the Federation of Southern Newspaper Societies, the 
Scottish Newspaper Society, and the Irish Newspaper 
Society, is as follows : — 

To members of staffs, aged over 21, 
receiving 30/- or under . . . . 20/- a week. 

To members of staffs, receiving over 
30/- up to and including 40/- . . 17/6 ,, 

To members of staffs, receiving ov r 

40/- up to and including 55/- . . 15/- „ 

To members of staffs, receiving over 
55/- up to and including 80/- . . 12/6 „ 

To members of staffs, receiving over 
80/- up to and including 100/- .. 10/- 

To members of staffs receiving 
over 100/- 7/6 

This recommendation, submitted at the end of 
August, was promptly considered by the Newspaper 
Federation, composed of the proprietors of the daily 
papers of the North and Midlands. A meeting of the 
Special Wages Committee of the Union and a 
Committee of the Federation was held in Manchester. 
The application for a general increase made by the 
Union was based on the increased cost of living, 
though it was emphasised that, prior to the war, a 
large number of salaries were far less than is due to 
the members of a profession which is taking an in- 
creasingly important place in public life. The 
Newspaper Federation replied stating that it had 
decided to recommend to its members who are pro- 
prietors of daily papers that a war bonus bo paid to 
editorial staffs on the following scale, on the wages 
paid on June 30th, 1914 : — 

Salary not exceeding 25/- . . . . bonus 20/- 



35/ 

45/- 

55/- 

65/- 

75/- & upwards 



17/6 
15/- 
12/6 
10/- 
7/6 
rom the first day in 



The bonus to be paid as 
November. The Federation having given a lead, 
the Union is now urging the other newspaper pro- 
prietorial organisations to follow, and negotiations 
are being continued. The subject of wages was also 
a marked feature of the Conference proceedings of 
the Institute of Journalists. The discussion was in 
the nature of a- full-dross debate, and the question 
was considered from many points of view. There 
is no doubt that, as a result of the general agitation, 
the lot of the working journalist in the rank and 
file will be materially improved. 



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THE LEGAL YEAR IN ITS RELATION TO 

THE PRESS. 



By Sir HUGH FRASEll, LL.D. 



During the past year a number of cases of interest 
to the Press have engaged the attention of the Courts. 

Fair Comment. 

In a case which was tried in October before Mr. 
Justice Lush and a special jury, the learned Judge 
in summing up to the Jury as to the law of " fair 
comment " said : 

" There is such a thing — you have heard it men- 
tioned in the course of the speeches — there is an 
expression ' fair comment,' and I must explain to 
you what that means, because that is one of the 
defences that the defendant has raised. If a person 
occupying a public position has followed a certain 
policy, has published a certain play or book or what- 
ever it may be, everybody else is entitled to criticise 
that policy or to criticise that play or book, and to 
criticise it in as severe terms as he pleases. That is 
fair comment if that is all he has done. It is not a 
libel or a slander at all to criticise the public conduct 
of a public man or to criticise the book that an author 
has published. And the defendant here, if I under- 
stand it rightly, says, ' I have done nothing more than 
fairly comment upon your conduct at the meeting 
or meetings referred to.' Well, true, if he can make 
that out there is no libel and no slander, and he is 
entitled to a verdict. But again there is a ' but ' — 
a necessary qualification put upon that proposition. 
First of all, the critic must take care not to misstate 
the facts. For example, it would never do to say : 
' So and So is a public man, and he has followed 
such and such a policy ; now I will say what I think 
of him, and then criticise him,' if in point of fact it 
is not true that this public man followed that policy 
at all. You might as well say that you might hold 
up an author to odium for publishing an obscene 
book when he never wrote the book at all. You 
must have your facts truly stated first of all before 
criticism, and secondly you must take care that 
what you are saying is criticism. If under the guise 
of criticising an author you are attacking him in 
his private life, that is not criticism. That is not 
fair comment. It is not the exercise of your right 
of comment that you are using. You are acting 
again outside the protection of fair comment ; and 
equally, if a person pretending to criticise is really 
taking advantage of the occasion to maliciously 
expose another to defamatory statements, the pro- 
tection of fair comment is gone. The: ef ore, in deal- 
ing with the defence of fair comment, you will have 
to ask yourselves whether the facts which the 



defendant has commented upon are true, and then 
if they are, whether he has acted bona fide, in which 
case he will be protected, or maliciously, in which 
case he will not be protected." 

The Pkess and Fictitious Names. 

Under this head a case was heard in November, 
before Mr. Justice Darling and a special jury,"" 
in which the plaintiff claimed damages for an alleged 
libel contained in a book published and printed by 
the defendants. The plaintiff's case was that one 
of the characters in the book (an imaginary person) 
referred to him. Evidence having been given, the 
learned Judge in summing up to the jury said that 
in the book the character in question was depicted 
as a disgusting, lecherous, and disreputable person. 
He could see no advantage, from the point of view 
of literature, art, or morals, in writing such a book. 
He could understand that it would be widely read, 
and that edition after edition would be sold. He 
mentioned the matter because the character of the 
book might incline the jury to do less than justice to 
the defendants. His Lordship left the following 
questions to the jury, whose answers are appended : — 

1. Would any reasonable person think that A 

B of Mr. C 's book was a portrait of a real 

person ? — No. 2. Would any reasonable person 

think that Mr. C 's book referred to the plaintiff ? 

— No. 3. Damages ? — None. Judgment was entered 
accordingly for the defendants. 

Editors of newspapers would do well to remember 
the direction of Mr. Justice Channell to the jury in 
the well-known case of Jones v. Hulton.t That 
direction was as follows : — " The real point on which 
your verdict must turn is : Ought or ought not 
sensible and reasonable people reading this article 
to think that it was some imaginary person — Tom 
Jones, Mr. Pecksniff as a humbug, Mr. Stiggins, or 
anything of that sort of names that one reads in 
literature — used as types ? If you think any reason- 
able person would think that, it is not actionable 
at all. If, on the other hand, you do not think 
that, but think that people would suppose it to 
mean some real person^those who did not know 
the plaintifi, of course, would not know who the real 
person was, but those who did know of the existence 
of the plaintiff, would think that it was the plaintifi 
— then the action is maintainable, and subject to 

• Times Law Report, November 23rd, 1917. 
t (1910) Appeal Cases 20. (H.L.) 



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such damages as you think in the circumstances are 
fair and right to give the plaintifi." The above 
direction was approved by the Lord Chancellor in 
the House of Lords. 

The Law of Libel and Publication in the Press 
OF Official Communiques. 

In March last an appeal* was heard in which 
the appellant appealed from a decision of the Court 
of Appeal, setting aside a verdict and judgment 
which he had obtained in the Court of first instance. 

The plaintiff, who was formerly an officer in His 
Majesty's Army, and was subsequently elected a 
Member of Parliament, made a speech in the House 
of Commons containing unfounded charges against 
a superior officer. The last named officer having 
referred the matter to the Army Council, the de- 
fendant, as secretary to the Council and by their 
direction, wiote a letter to the superior officer, 
vindicating him against the charges made by the 
plaintiff and containing defamatory statements 
about the plaintiff, and sent it to the Press for pub- 
lication. The letter was published broadcast in 
the British and Colonial Press. In an action for 
libel by the plaintiff against the defendant, the 
defendant pleaded that the letter was published on 
a privileged occasion. The House of Lords held 
that the occasion of publication was privileged, and 
that there was no evidence of malice on the part of 
either the Council or the defendant and that, having 
regard to the circumstances under which the plain- 
tiff's charge was made, the publication of the libel 
was not wider than the occasion required. Lord 
Atkinson stated in his judgment : " I think it may 
be laid down as a general proposition that where a 
man, through the medium of Hansard's reports of 
the proceedings in Parliament, publishes to the 
world slanders of a civil, naval, or military servant 
of the Crown in relation to the discharge by that 
servant of the duties of his office he selects the world 
as his audience, and that it is the duty of the heads 
of the service to which the servant belongs, if on 
investigation they find the imputation against him 
groundless, to publish his vindication to the same 
audience to which his traducer has addressed him- 
self." 

No New Newspapers Without Licence from the 
Board of Trade. 

On April 19th, 1917, an Order was made by 
the Board of Trade ordering as follows : — 

1. On and after the date of this Order, a person 
shall not, without a licence from the Board of Trade, 
publish any new newspaper. 

For the purposes of this Order, the expression 
" newspaper " means a publication which may be 
registered as a newspaper under the Post Office Act, 
1908, and the expression " new newspaper " means 
a newspaper which is not being published at the 
date of this Order, and includes a newspaper which 
is published at more frequent intervals than those 
at which it is published at that date. 

2. Infringements of this Order are summary offences 



• (1917) Law Reports, Appeal 
Lords). 



Cases, 309. (House of 



subject to penalties under the Defence of the Realm 
Regulations. 

3. This Order may be cited as the Paper Restriction 
Order, 1917 (No. 3). 

Newspapers and Maintenance of Actions. 

In May last, the Court of Appeal heard an appeal* 
by the defendants who were the proprietors and 
publishers of a daily newspaper circulating thiough- 
out England and Wales. The short facts were 
that the plaintiff, trading as a certain company, 
promoted and advertised a prize competition, by 
which a prize was offered foi the most suitable name 
for a certain estate, and in addition certain con- 
solation prizes were offered. The competition was 
criticised in a series of articles in the defendants' 
newspaper, which alleged, in substance, that the 
competition was not a bona fide one. It was stated 
in some of the articles that the defendants were 
prepaied to instruct their solicitors to take legal 
proceedings, at the defendants' expense, on behalf 
of persons who had been awarded certain plots of 
land as consolation prizes, and who had paid the 
sum of three guineas for a deed of conveyance, for 
the recovery of these sums, and all persons desiring 
to get their money back were invited to send their 
names to the defendants' solicitors. As a result 
a number of persons joined together in two actions 
against the plaintiff claiming the return of the money 
paid by them. The defendants' solicitors acted 
for the plaintiffs in such actions. These actions 
came on for trial. Before the case for the plaintiffs 
in that action had been opened counsel for the de- 
fendant in that action (the present plaintiff) stated 
that he would submit to judgment for the sums 
paid, but counsel for the plaintiffs contended that 
he was entitled to open the case. The learned 
Judge held that he was entitled to do so, and counsel 
representing the defendant in that action, acting 
on his client's instructions, withdrew from the case. 
The trial of the action then proceeded, and in the 
result, Younger, J., gave judgment for 114 of the 
plaintiffs (eleven having withdrawn) for the return 
of the money paid by them, with costs. 

In the present case, the plaintiff alleged that the 
articles in the defendants' newspapers were de- 
famatory of him, and that the actions in the Chancery 
Division had been maintained by the defendants. 
The defendants by their defence pleaded that 
" the said actions were proper and necessary actions 
brought in the public interest as well as in the in- 
terest of the said person'', and the defendants were 
entitled to maintain the said persons in the said 
actions, inasmuch as it was their public duty to do 
so, or, alternatively, because they bona fide believed 
that it was their public duty to do so, and also be- 
cause they acted out of charity and benevolence 
towards the said persons who were unable to bear 
the expenses and costs of the said actions." The 
jury found for the plaintiff on the question of alleged 
libel, with damages, £3(X). On the claim for main- 
tenance the following questions were left to the 
jury :— 

1. (a) Did the defendants act from the desire to 

* (1917) Law Reports, 2 King's Bench, 504. 



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taE NEWsPAt^ER PfeESS DtRECtonY. 



assist persons to prosecute claims who would not 
otherwise have been able to enforce their rights ? 

(6) Did the defendants act solely from this desire ? 

2. Did the defendants act in the bona fide belief 
that the persons who sued had a well-founded claim 
against the present plaintiff ? The jury answered 
all the questions in the negative. Viscount Reading, 
C. J., gave judgment for the plaintiff. On the appeal 
arguments on both sides were heard. In giving 
judgment, Swinfen Eady, L.J., said that, after 
careful consideration of the evidence on the claim 
for libel, he was of opinion that the verdict was one 
which a jury, viewing the whole of the evidence 
reasonably, could not find, within the principle laid 
down by the House of Lords in Metropolitan Rail- 
way Company v. Wright ;* there must therefore 
be a new trial on the claim for libel. As regarded 
that part of the claim which was founded on main- 
tenance, it had been contended that the action 
would not lie, because the maintained action had 
been successful ; but this Court was compelled by 
Oram v. Hutt,t a decision which was binding on 
them, to hold that, although the maintained action 
was successful, an action for maintenance would 
nevertheless lie. An action for maintenance would 
lie unless the defendants could bring the case within 
the exceptions in Alabaster v. Harness, J one of 
which was the giving of legal assistance to a person 
who would otherwise, by reason of the expense, be 
unable to bring the action himself. Upon con- 
sidering the evidence on this part of the case it was 
plain that the verdict of the jury as shown by the 
negative answer given by them to the question : 
" Did the defendants act in the bona fide belief that 
the persons who sued had a well-founded claim 
against the plaintiff ? " was perverse, and could 
not possibly stand ; there must therefore be also a 
new trial of the claim founded upon maintenance. 
Scrutton, L.J., and Bray, J., agreed, and a new 
trial was accordingly ordered. 

Contracts for Supply of Paper — Impossibility 
OF Performance. 

In May last, an action§ was tried in which the 
plaintiffs sued the defendants for alleged breach of 
contracts to supply paper, and for damages. The 
plaintiffs made with the defendants three contracts 
in 1913, and April, 1914, by which the defendants 
were to supply the plaintiffs with paper. The follow- 
ing clause was embodied in the contracts : " All 
orders are subject to strike or lock-out clauses and 
force majeure, fire, or breakdown." In August, 
1914, war broke out and certain sources of supply 
were closed, and the defendants declined to supply 
paper except at increased prices, and the plaintiffs 
paid the increased prices without prejudice. In 
March, 1916, regulations made by the Paper Com- 
mission restricted the quantity of paper that buyers 
might receive to two-thirds of that supplied to them 
in 1914. In an action for damages for breach of 
the contracts Mr. Justice Atkin held that the 
war had not made the contracts impossible of per- 

* (1886) 11 A. C. 152. 

f (1914) 1 Ch. 98. 

J (1895) 1 Q.B. 339. 

j (1917) 33 Timc3 Law Reports. 363. 



formance in the commercial sense, that though the 
force majeure clause excused performance of a con- 
tract if such performance was prevented by the 
enumerated causes, yet it did not excuse performance 
that was merely hindered or affected thereby, and 
that the plaintiffs were entitled to damages for the 
defendants' breaches up to the date of the regulations 
of the Paper Commission, but that the plaintiffs 
could not recover for breaches after that date, as 
the regulations had made performance impossible 
because delivery of two-thirds was not performance 
of a contract to deliver the whole amount contracted 
for. 

Liability of Bailie for Damage by Fire. 

In March last, an action* was tried before Mi. 
Justice Avory in which the plaintiffs, who were pub- 
lishers, sued the defendants, who were bookbinders, 
for damages for detention of goods, or breach of 
contract. The plaintiff entrusted books to the 
defendant, a bookbinder, to be bound under a con- 
tract to deliver them when bound to the plaintiff 
within a reasonable time as and when required by 
him. The plaintiff having requiied the defendant 
to deliver the whole of the books when bound, the 
defendant failed to deliver them within a reasonable 
time, and they were subsequently burnt in an acci- 
dental fire on his premises. 

The learned Judge held that the defendant was 
liable in damages for the loss of the books ; and 
that he was not absolved by the provision in s. 89 
of the Fires Prevention (Metropolis) Act, 1774, that 
no action shall be maintained against any person 
in whose house or building any fire shall accidentally 
begin, nor shall any recompense be made for any 
damage suffered thereby, any law, usage, or custom 
to the contrary notwithstanding. 

Defence of the Realm Regulations and the 
Press. 

In January last a casef under this head was heard 
before a Divisional Court of the King's Bench Divi- 
sion. The respondent, who was the editor of a pro- 
vincial newspaper, telephoned to a London Press 
Agency a message which he stated at the time to be 
" for private information " and which referred to 
the movements of troops and to possible " liveliness 
at sea," and he was summoned by the police for a 
breach of Regulation 18 of the Defence of the Realm 
Regulations Consolidated. The justices dismissed 
the summons on the ground that the offence alleged 
was the communication of information for publi- 
cation in a newspaper, and that therefore under 
Regulation 56 (13) the prosecution should first have 
been referred to the Director of Public Prosecutions. 
The Court held that the use of the words " for private 
information only " did not, in view of the positions 
occupied in relation to the Press by the parties to 
the conversation, disentitle the justices to hold that 
publication in a newspaper was contemplated, and 
therefore the justices' decision must be affirmed. 
In delivering judgment the Lord Chief Justice said 
that the question was whether the justices were 
right in dismissing the summons because the 



» (1917) 1 K.B. 799. 

t Fox V. Spioer (1917) 33 Times Law Reports. 



172. 



THE LEGAL YEAR. 



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matter of it had not first been submitted to the 
Director of Public, Prosecutions. The only point in 
the case was whether the words used in the telephone 
conversation of which complaint was made were 
capable of being brought within tiio definition of a 
Press offence. It was material to remember that 
the respondent who used the words was a Press 
agent and proprietor of a newspaper himself, and 
that ho asked to be put in telephonic communication 
with a PiesB agency in London. It was contended 
that the use of the words, " for private information " 
showed that the conversation was only one carried 
on between two friends without contemplation of 
any publication in a newspaper. In his opinion 
that was not a right contention. 

The circumstances in which the words " for pri- 
vate information " were used must be considered, 
and they must remember that at both ends of the 
telephone in this case there was a newspaper repre- 
sentative. The words merely appeared to mean 
that the information must not bo published until 
verified or until permission had been obtained ; it 
was impossible to hold that they could not constitute 
a communication by one member of the Press to 
another for purposes of publication. That being so 
the justices were right. It was just because of the 
nature of communications which one member of the 
Press must make to another that this regulation was 
framed. The appeal must be dismissed, with costs. 

Mr. Justice Ridley concurred. 

Mr. Justice Lush agreed, and said that if it was 
possible on the facts to take the view that the offence 
on investigation would turn out to be a Press offence, 
the matter must be referred to the Director before 
a prosecution could be instituted. 

Statutory Regulations Requiring Printer to 
Print Name and Address on Papers Printed 
BY Him and Penalty for Infringing Regu- 
lations. 

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 require- 
ments, their name and usual place of abode or busi- 
ness, and in several cases penalties have been in- 
flicted. 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 
printed 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 or book, 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 provisions 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 provisions it 
would appeal that he cannot successfully sue for 
the price of mateiials and labour expended.* 



• See Bensley v. Bignold, 5 B. & Aid. 355. 



Liability op Printers for Trade Unions. 

A case ♦ of great interest to printers for trade 
unions was before the Court in November last. By 
section 4 of the Trade Disputes Act, 1906, actions 
of tort are prohibited against trade unions. In the 
case in question a trade union instructed the de- 
fendants, who were printers, to print a certain 
circular. The defendants printed the circular, and 
delivered a large number of copies to the trade union. 
Thereupon the plaintiffs, who were an unincorporated 
body, brought an action against the defendants for 
libel, and moved for an injunction to restrain them, 
until the trial, from publishing the circular. At 
the hearing of the motion the evidence was that no 
further order had been given to the defendants, and 
that they did not intend to print any more copies. 
Mr. Justice Younger, in dismissing the motion, 
said that it was well recognised that, though the 
Court had power to grant an injunction in an action 
for libel, such power must be exercised with the 
utmost caution, and the Court must take care that 
a greater injury was not done by granting it than by 
refusing it before the facts were fully known. In 
this case there were special circumstances. The 
printers were the sole defendants ; it was not said 
that they knew in any way of the libel ; it was not 
said or proved that they would be called on to print 
more copies or that the union intended to do so. 
The printing was finished on October 20th. An 
injunction against them would do no good as things 
were, so that its refusal would not cause such injury 
to the plaintiffs as to induce the Court to grant it. 

The difficulties in the plaintiffs' way did not stop 
there. It was a very serious question whether the 
issue of the circular was not privileged. It might 
be that at the trial it would be shown that the privi- 
lege was gone because the libel was actually false to 
the knowledge of those who issued it. That was a 
matter of evidence, and no evidence was forthcoming 

now. It was said that A B must be taken 

to have known that the statements were false ; but 
he was not made a party. Again, it was not possible 
on the present materials to decide whether there 
was privilege. 

There was a further reason put forward against 
granting the injunction — that by the Trade Disputes 
Act, 1906, no action wad maintainable against a 
trade union, and that it was a grave consideration 
whether the Court should grant an injunction against 
the printers in such a case as this, because that would 
be much the same as granting it against the trade 
union and would nullify the protection given. That 
contention had not been argued that day, and he 
did not think that it was one which would commend 
itself to the sympathetic consideration of the Court. 
The Act, he thought, was not intended to deprive 
persons maliciously defamed of their remedy, and as 
at present advised the argument would not commend 
itself to him. 

However, the other difficulties he had mentioned 
were sufficient, and he refused the motion, the costs 
of it to be the defendants' cost of the action in any 
event. 



* (1917) 34 Times Law Reports. 68. 



20 



THE LATE MR. W. I. ILIFFE, J. P. 

''THE AUTOCAR." 



The death of Mr. William Isaac Iliffe, of Allesley House, 
AUesley, near Coventry, brought to a close the career of one 
who had filled a considerable place in the printing and pub- 
lishing world. Mr. Iliffe, who died on July 5th, aged seventy- 
four years, had been in failing health for some time, and for 
years had not taken a very active part in the business bearing 
his name. All the same, he may be said to have died in 
harness, for he was at the office of the Coventry works the 
very day before his death. Indeed, after a long illness, he 
latterly appeared to be taking up the threads of business life 
again, and his death, which came somewhat suddenly, was 
a shock to all who were associated with him at the works. 

The late Mr. William Isaac Iliffe, J. P., was one of the 
most successful business men Coventry has produced. He 
was the founder and the head of the great firm of Iliffe & 
Sons, Ltd., the proprietors of The Autocar, and printers and 
publishers of London and Coventry. A far-seeing man, he 
made his mark quickly in life. His 
earliest working days were spent 
with a ribbon manufacturer, but 
his apprenticeship concluding in 
a period when the outlook in the 
trade was very much overcast, 
the young man just out of his 
time did not feel justified in 
continuing in the trade he had 
learnt. 

Mr. Iliffe went from the ribbon 
trade to printing, and turned his 
attention to the development of a 
business carried on by his father 
in Smithford Street and Vicar 
Lane. Shortly afterwards came 
the introduction of the bicycle, and 
Mr. Iliffe found ample scope for 
expansion in printing for the 
cycle manufacturers. Indeed, the 
elaborate illustrated catalocues 
of the cycle manufacturers and 
the measures Mr. Iliffe took to 
produce them, largely deter- 
mined the immediate character 
of the developments that followed. 
Mr. Iliffe's firm made a reputa- 
tion for the production of the 
most elaborate catalogues used by 
the cycle makers, and the sub- 
ject of this article was in intimate 
touch with the trade. 

About this time, Mr. Iliffe 
founded the Cyclist in con- 
jimction with Mr. Henry Sturmey 
— Mr. Iliffe managing and Mr. 
Sturmey editing the journal. 
Almost immediately the Cyclist 
became one of the most influential trade papers in the 
country. Shortly afterwards, and in the days when the 
bicycle was passing through a boom period, Mr. Iliffe started 
WJieel Life. This journal was eventually incorporated with 
the Bicycling News, of which one of the early editors was 
young Mr. Alfred Harmswcrth — now Viscount Northcliffe — 
who has himself publicly acknowledged the insight he obtained 
into newspaper production and publishing, during the period 
he was associated with Mr. Iliffe's enterprise. 

As the cycling world settled down, Mr. Iliffe turned his 
attention to other activities. He successfully founded 
Photography, which early reflected the great interest 
developed in amateur photography. He was equally happy 
in anticipating the huge development of motoring and the 
motor trade by quickly appearing in the field with the pheno- 
menally successful Autocar. By this time, his trade journals 
and the development of the printing business had made 
Mr. Iliffe the head of a huge firm, with a first class technical 




The Late Mr. W. I. Iliffe, J.P. 



equipment and employing a large number of skilled workers. 
He became interested, directly or indirectly, in the pro- 
duction of a number of journals. One of the interesting 
facts Mr. Iliffe liked to recall was that Mr. Alfred Harms- 
worth started Answers while at Coventry with him, and 
Iliffe's printed the first number of a journal which proved 
to be the foundation stone of the House of Harmsworth. 

Mr. Iliffe had a genius for running trade journals which 
are something more than trade journals. All the periodicals 
coming from the house bore the imprint of his careful and 
capable mind. The technical journals, which so largely 
occupy the interests of the firm bearing his name, have all 
well-marked characteristics. Technically they are well 
written, and yet hold a general as well as a trade interest for 
the reader. They are always superbly printed and illustrated 
and are conducted with an editorial vigour which is a charac- 
teristic of the house. They are in every way a reflection of 
the capable, shrewd organiser who 
brought them into being, and 
thoroughly deserve their pre- 
eminence amongst journals of 
the same class. 

In 1879, Mr. Iliffe purchased 
the Coventry Times in conjunc- 
tion with the late Mr. W. F. Daw- 
son, the retiring proprietor being 
Mr. Ebenezer Price. This 
journal was rapidly improved 
and developed, and on Mr. Daw- 
son retiring in 1888, Mr. lUffe 
became the sole proprietor. In 
1891, Mr. Iliffe established the 
Midland Daily Telegraph, and 
later he acquired the Coventry 
Herald, which is now published 
from the firm's general news- 
paper office. The record of Mr. 
Iliffe working life is one of pro- 
gress, and the firm he founded 
and directed grew in influence 
until it became a national enter- 
prise and one of the leading 
houses in the trade. As time 
went on, Mr. Iliffe was assisted 
by his two sons, who entered 
the business built up by the 
foresight, technical knowledge, 
resolute energy, and integrity 
of the founder. 

In the business life of Coventry, 
Mr. Iliffe also had a share in 
many enterprises. Ho developed 
the Coventry Park estate, a 
notable local undertaking. He 
was also associated with 
several new and important industries. A man of retiring 
habits, he resisted many invitations and never took any 
part in the public life of the city. He was made a Justice 
of the Peace but never sat on the bench. He was much 
interested in local antiquities and did useful work in pre- 
serving them. In the latter part of his life he made many 
generous public gifts, and local religious bodies and other 
institutions were generously assisted by him and Mrs. Iliffe. 
Mr. Iliffe was survived by his widow, two sons and one 
daughter, to whom many expressions of public and private 
sympathy were forwarded. The deceased gentleman was 
buried at Allesley on July 9th, and the funeral ceremony 
was largely attended by members of the several staffs employed 
by the firm at Coventry and London. Mr. Iliffe's death 
coming unexpectedly was a great shock to many friends, and 
he died greatly regretted by the many who had been brought 
into intimate touch with him during his long and strenuous 
business career. 



27 

THE LATE MR. ALEXANDER MARR. 

" ABERDEEN FREE PRESS." 



Deep regret and a sense of personal loss was generally 
expressed when the death of the late Mr. Alexander Marr 
was announced, one of Aberdeen's most prominent citizens, 
and the publisher of the Aberdeen Free Press. The sad event 
took place on February 9th at Mr. Marr's residence in Garden 
Place, the deceased gentleman being in his eighty-fifth year. 
Mr. Marr had rather a seriou.s illness a few years prior to his 
death, but he possessed remarkable recuperative powers, and 
returned to business with much of his accustomed vigour. 
He worked on until the end of the year 1910, when he was 
again incapacitated, and his death was not altogether un- 
expected by his friends. 

>Ir. Marr was the senior proprietor of the Aberdeen Free 
Press, a |)aper of many great journalistic achievements. He 
was born in Aberdeen and brought up at Dubston, Inverurie. 
Ho served an apprenticeship as a carpenter and joiner at 
Pitmachie, Oyne, and followed his trade both in the county 
and city of Aberdeen. An acci- 
dent compelled him to turn from 
his trade to other pursuits, and as 
a direct consequence of the mis- 
hap, he entered the business 
department of the Aberdeen Free 
Press in the late 'fifties. In 1868, 
he joined the proprietorate and 
became manager and publisher, 
and for a period of fifty years he 
was the publisher of the Free 
Press and its allied newspapers — 
the Weekly Free Press and the 
Evening Oazette. 

The great changes and develop- 
ment of the company he served 
were very largely due to Mr. 
Marr's vigorous and progressive 
policy. The Free Press, when he 
entered its service, was a weekly 
journal, published on Fridays and 
sold at threepence. In 1805, a 
Tuesday issue was established and 
sold at a penny, and so popular 
did it become that it was in time 
extended to eight pages — the size 
of the older Friday issue. The 
bi-weekly arrangement continued 
until 1872, when the Free Press 
became a daily newspaper. This, 
a bold step at the time, was com- 
pletely justified by the results. 
Much of the credit for the change 
and the success attending it must 
be assigned to Mr. Marr. The 
Weekly Free Press was still re- 
tained as a weekly issue, and in 
1870, the Aberdeen Herald, which 

had been acquired by the proprietors of the Free Press, 
was amalgamated with the weekly paper. The Evening 
Gazette was established in 1882. All the improvements and 
extensions which went on during Mr. Marr's association 
with the Aberdeen Free Press involved rapid alteration and 
expansion in buildings, plant and equipment, and with every 
movement in this direction the subject of this obituary was 
closely identified. 

Mr. Marr's long life was full of interest. He not only saw 
the rise of the modern newspaper, but interpreted the new 
movement in the Press by his enterprise in Aberdeen. He 
became, with the passage of time, one of the oldest men in 
active business life in the city. It was a remarkable tribute 
to his mental and physical strength that when over eighty 
years of age, he was able to give sustained attention to the 
wide commercial interests with which he was associated. 
His chief characteristics were his tenacity, method and 
exactness. His business career was marked by a far-sighted 




The Late Mr. Alexander Marr. 



shrewdness. In early life, Mr. Marr acquired a knowledge 
of Pitman's shorthand, and later conducted evening elassos 
to teach the " wingo<l art," which excited so much curiosity 
in the days when Sir Isaac Pitman's system was new to 
the world. 

In Mr. Alexander Marr, the Aberdeen Free Press lost a 
man whose very life work was in the paper. He was the 
Aberdeen Free Press, in more senses than one. The ground 
he covered, his wide circle of business friends, the years of 
his service bound him inseparably to the great journal he 
served. Ho saw one of the most representative Scots 
dailies pass successively from local to county, and from 
county to national repute and watched its growth over 
every interesting period of its history. While retaining 
a vital interest in the newspaper he served to the end 
of his long life, he was at the same time a link with 
the past and all that has been good in the history 
of journalism in the granite 
city. 

Mr. Marr himself was a distinct 
personality. His happy manner 
made him very acceptable to a 
wide circle of business men. He 
had the manners of the old school, 
and was courtesy itself in all his 
relationships. He told good 
Scottish stories ; was a lover of 
pictures, books and music, and 
had an eye for the quaint and 
the curious in everything about 
him. He played billiards and 
golf, and handled both cue and 
club with equal zest. His en- 
thusiasm for the Royal and 
Ancient game continued until 
very late in life, and his physical 
vigour and enthusiasm astonished 
many younger players who went 
round with him. He preserved 
his buoyancy and animation of 
spirits to the end. 

He knew Aberdeen as well as 
any man, and had an exact 
knowledge of the public life of 
the city extending over half a 
century. He was welcomed in 
many circles, for he had a happy 
turn for speechmaking, and could 
always say the right thing in the 
unexpected or uncommon way. 
His kindness of heart, sympathy 
and helpfulness were proverbial. 
In private life, Mr. Marr was ex- 
ceedingly hospitable, and had 
intimate friends in all parts of 
the world. As the publisher of the Free Press and associated 
newspapers, no name had been more familiar for many years 
to an ever-widening constituency, near and far. In the 
office, he was as well liked and appreciated as he was in the 
wider world outside. His associates in the production of 
the Free Press lost in him a steadfast and a loyal colleague, 
a genial and always warm-hearted presence and a singularly 
outstanding type of sagacious and kindly personality, liber- 
ally endowed with every characteristic worthy of honour and 
esteem. 

Mr. Marr in early life was connected with the Free South 
Church, and he afterwards joined Queen's Cross Church, 
of which he was an original member. Ho is mourned by 
his widow, two sons and three daughters. His eldest son, 
Mr. A. S. Marr, is on the staff of the Free Press. The funeral 
ceremony was largely attended, and was an indication of the 
esteem in which Mr. Marr had been held throughout a life 
rich in years and achievement. 



28 



THE LATE MR. WALTER REID. 

''THE WESTERN DAILY PRESS." 



An interesting and influential personality in the newspaper 
world passed away with the death of Mr. Walter Reid, the 
proprietor of the Western Daily Press, Bristol. The event 
took place at his residence. The Woodlands, Tyndall's Park, 
on February 18th, and closed a long and honoured career, for 
Mr. Reid had reached the age of eighty years. Considering 
his advanced age, Mr. Reid enjoyed good health prior to his 
death, and until a few days before the end it was expected 
that he would recover from the slight illness confining him 
to his room. 

The late Mr. Walter Reid was a North Country man, his 
father, Mr. John Reid, belonging to South Shields. The 
son, Walter, was born in Darlington, and spent his boyhood 
in that town. Newspaper life in Newcastle claimed Mr. 
Reid's early attention, and he always cherished a fondness 
for the scene of his earliest work, and read the Newcastle 
newspapers regularly, forty or fifty years after his associa- 
tions with the journalism of the 
district had been severed. While 
at Newcastle, Mr. Reid attracted 
the attention of Mr. P. Stewart 
Macliver, who engaged him to go 
south and to provide Bristol w ith 
its first daily paper. 

This step, a momentous one in 
Mr. Reid's long career, was taken 
in 1858, and in these days, when 
daily newspapers with all their 
technical intricacies in production 
are taken as a matter of course, it 
is difficult to realise the formid- 
able character of the enterprise 
to which Mr. Reid stood com- 
mitted. The difficulties in the 
production of daily newspapers 
were immense, for practically all 
the resources which make the daily 
newspaper a matter of course 
to-day were then undeveloped and 
in the embryonic stage. 

In Mr. Reid's experimental 
days, there was no daily news- 
paper published between London 
and Penzance, and it was to this 
vast, untouched area that Mr. 
Macliver and Mr. Walter Reid 
journeyed to try the experiment 
of establishing a daily paper for 
Bristol and the West of England. 
The greater part of the responsi- 
bility of the practical work of the 
undertaking fell on Mr. Reid. 
He was the first editor, and to 
him others looked when difficulties 
arose in the technical production 
of the daily issue. Contrary to the predictions of critics, 
Mr. Reid's enterprise was successful ; the public he was 
anxious to serve became used to a daily paper and demanded 
it. He started out with a fearless and vigorous editorial 
policy which commanded respect, and the newspaper quickly 
rooted itself in popular esteem. 

The Bristol Observer was started in 1859, and Bristol's first 
evening paper. The Bristol Evening News, followed in 1 877. In 
1891, Mr. Walter Reid became the sole proprietor of the three 
journals, and subsequently took his son, Mr. W. Niehol Reid, 
into partnership. Although he left much responsibility to 
others, Mr. Reid continued his personal oversight of the allied 
enterprises to the end of his exceptionally long journalistic 
career. All through his life he wrote much, and in his earlier days 
published a volume of stories. He was a Fellow of the Institute 
of Journalists, and at one time served as the President of the 
Bristol District. He was a member of the National Liberal Club, 
the Bristol Liberal Club and the Bristol Commercial Rooms, 




The Late Me. Walter Reid. 



but his devotion to, and sense of responsibility for the conduct 
of the papers under his charge was so keen that he concen- 
trated his energies almost solely to the work of the journals. 

The celebration of the jubilee of the Western Daily Press 
took place at a gathering of the staff on May 30th, 1908, 
and was all the more interesting because the founder of the 
ship still remained actively at its helm. The staff gathering 
thoroughly represented the workers on the three papers, 
and a rose bowl was presented to Mr. Reid, while accompany- 
ing speeches marked the warm feeling of regard existing 
between employer and employed. A congratulatory address 
was presented, signed by 128 members of the staff, and it 
is interesting to recall that of that number two members 
had been with the firm during its full fifty years of existence. 
Amongst the rest of the signatories, two claimed forty years 
of service ; over eight had served thirty- five years ; fourteen 
had served thirty years ; while there were twelve of twenty- 
five years' service, twenty-five of 
twenty years, twelve of fifteen, 
and eighteen of ten years and 
over — a tribute in service to the 
favourable conditions of employ- 
ment prevailing in Mr. Reid's 
office and works. The jubilee 
was the occasion of many public 
tributes to Mr. Reid's life work 
and the esteem generally felt by 
the district for the journals under 
his control. 

Mr. Reid lost his wife between 
thirty and forty years ago, and in 
more recent times suffered a series 
of deep personal bereavements, 
the last of these being the death 
of his only son, Mr. W. Niehol 
Reid, in July, 1915. He bore 
the adverse blows of fortune with 
great fortitude, and despite his 
advancing years still maintained 
an unabated interest in the affairs 
of his newspapers. Shortly after 
his son's death, a private company 
was formed to take over the 
three newspapers, Mr. Walter 
Reid being the chairman. The 
directorate was composed of ex- 
perienced members of the staff, 
together with Mr. Walter Reid 
Warton, Mr. Reid's grandson. 
Mr. Reid's death removed one 
who for nearly fifty-nine years 
closely and sympathetically fol- 
lowed the city's fortunes and 
looked back with quiet satisfac- 
tion on the great strides made 
by Bristol during the many years he served the city. A mongst 
the many fine tributes of respect uttered at the time of his 
passing, none was more sincere than the editorial apprecia- 
tion which appeared in the Bristol Times and, Mirror. " For 
ourselves," said the rival journal, " we can only say that, 
although differing in politics and necessarily brought into 
competition journalistically, our relations with the late 
Mr. Reid and the newspapers he controlled have always been 
of the most pleasant and friendly nature." Mr. Reid, as a 
journalist, had all the virtues of the old school. His courteous, 
dignified attitude in private life was reflected in the editorial 
conduct of the journals he controlled. He had a high sense 
of his own personal responsibility, and the power of the Press 
to influence the lives of those about him. The editorial 
policy of the Western Daily Press gave consistent expression 
to his outlook on public affairs, andJiis undeviating integrity 
in pursuing it enabled him to render great service to the 
developing district in which his life's work was accomplished. 



29 

THE LATE MR. GEORGE SPICER. 

THE ''DOVER STANDARD:' 



One of the best known journalists in the county of Kent 
passed away with the death of the late Mr. George Spicer, 
whioh took place on October 2nd at his residence in Dover. 
Mr. Spicer, who at the time of his death was sixty-three 
ycar.s of age, succumbed after a long and painful illness, 
( heorfully and bravely borne, and his loss was not only felt 
liy a large circle of relatives and friends but by hundretls of 
newspaper men all over the country, to whom Mr. Spicer 
was known as a correspondent with something more than a 
local newspaper reputation. 

The late Mr. George Spicer was one of the most familiar 
figures in Kentish journalism. Indeed, during the whole of his 
life as a newspaper worker he was associated with ihe Dover 
Standard. He jomed the reporting stalT of that journal as 
a young man making his way in the world over forty years 
ago, and at the time of liis death he was editor- proprietor of 
the same journal. For very many years Mr. Spicer w-as 
managing editor of the Dover 
Slandard, and on the retirement 
of the late proprietor, in 1912, 
he acquired the newspaper and 
the printing works, which he mo- 
dernized and brought up to date 
in many ways. He had many 
schemes for the improvement 
of the property he had acquired 
in his mind when death put an 
end to his active life, for Mr. Spicer 
was an indefatigable worker who 
hated affairs with which ho 
was associated to stand still. Mr. 
Spicer, whose record of forty- 
two years in association with 
one paper is a notable achieve- 
ment, was naturally a prominent 
figure in Dover, and well known 
in the daily life of the seaport 
town to a large circle of friends, 
public workers and visitors. 

Though Mr. Spicer ostensibly 
spent the whole of his working 
life on the staff of the Dover 
Standard, first as chief reporter, 
then as editor and afterwards as 
editor-proprietor, and although 
Dover people will always regard 
him through his connection with 
that paper, Mr. Spicer was really 
better known by name outside 
of Dover than in the town of his 
adoption. In newspaper circles 
he was something of a national 
figure. He was not only a local 
journalist, associated with a thriv- 
ing newspaper in a great seaport 

town. He had a place, and a very well-marked one, in the 
larger newspaper life of the country. "Spicer, Dover," 
was a name long familiar in the daily, evening and weekly 
newspaper offices of London and the provinces, for, as a 
correspondent, Mr. Spicer built for himself and the agency 
he created a reputation that was in a way unique. 

Besides taking his share in the editorial work arising out 
of the conduct of the Dover Standard, Mr. Spicer saw the 
unusual possibilities of Dover itself from the general news- 
paper point of view. Dover, as a seaport, is unique as the 
gateway to and from the continent, and Mr. Spicer made 
it a lea<ling part of his business in life to exploit the town's 
geographical advantages to the full — from the newspaper cor- 
respondent's point of view. He saw a big opportimity and 
made the most of it. Indeed, his activities extended over 
the county of Kent, and often as far afield as the coast of 
France. 

Dover, as the channel port, has this advantage to the 




The Late Me. George Spiceb. 



newspaper man of enterprise. There is always something 
interesting to record there of more than local signilicance. 
In peace times there are notable departures and arrivals 
daily — ^royalty, politicians, distinguished visitors and people 
in the public eye brought grist to the mill of the enterprising 
Mr. Spicer. Then Dover has other permanent interests — 
as a naval and shipping port, as a fishing centre, and as a 
pleasure resort. The craze for swimming the channel was 
only one of the Dover interests that a.ssumed national pro- 
portions. The town was the centre of much of the experi- 
mental work in aviation as we know it to-day. Even the 
weather is profitable journalistic material at Dover. Since 
the war broke out the activities of the port have enormously 
increased, and news events of national significance in con- 
nection with the war have also become part of the newspaper 
man's daily routine in that district. 

All this the late Mr. Spicer realised. He became known from 
one end of newspaper England 
to the other as the " Dover 
correspondent," and resolutely 
worked the mine of news at his 
door. He had the advantage of 
the railway journey across Kent 
over the London correspondents — 
he was on the spot when the great 
event was afoot while they were 
racing up by train. He was also 
a few hours nearer to France 
than London journalism — a fact 
not without significance in news 
gathering. Local knowle<lge was 
also in his favour. " Spicer, 
Dover," messages were familiar 
in most newspaper offices, and 
nearly always contained the news 
no daily paper can ignore — even 
when members of their staff were 
working in the same area. Mr. 
Spicer not only worked indus- 
triously himself, but founded 
a news agency which he con- 
trolled. He dealt not only with 
Dover news but with the larger 
news events happening in the 
county of Kent, and along its 
always eventful coast. There was 
very little happening in Dover 
and Kent which remained un- 
known to Mr. Spicer and the 
ubiquitous members of his staff. 
Their journalistic "scoops" were 
legion, and " Spicer stories " form 
a big section of the repertoire 
of modern Kentish newspaper 
yarns. 
Mr. Spicer was, with his paper, and his wide area of interests 
as a Press correspondent, a busy, cheerful, hard-working man, 
who had the habit of communicating his enthusiasm to all 
who worked with him. Many men passed under his Influence 
and found him a liberal education on all matters relating to 
news values. How widely he was known and liked was 
revealed by the many tributes paid by old " Spicer boys " 
after his death. The deceased gentleman left a widow and 
three sons. Two of the latter were serving in the Army at 
the time of their father's death, and had seen much service 
in France, since the battle of the Somme. A younger son 
of Mr. Spicer was still at school. The funeral ceremony took 
place in London, the remains being interred at St. Pancras 
Cemetery, East Finchley, on October 6th. The ceremony 
was attended by the widow, Mrs. Spicer, relatives, many 
friends, and newspaper colleagues, and the last scene at the 
graveside was an impressive tribute to a man whose life and 
work in the Dover district bad won general esteem. 



30 



THE LATE MR. D. WATKIN THOMAS. 

''THE WESTERN MAIL." 



The death of Mr. D. Watkin Thomas, which took place 
on March 23rd, was a notable loss to the newspaper world. 
Mr. Thomas was taken ill in January, and, although he 
seemed to be making satisfactory progress, he was never able 
to leave his room again. On March 23rd, he had a serious 
relapse in the early morning and passed away the same 
afternoon, in hia fifty-eighth year. The news of his death, 
quite imexpected, created a profound sensation, particu- 
larly in the offices of the Western Mail, where, it was generally 
believed, Mr. Thomas was making satisfactory progress 
towards recovery. 

Mr. David Watkin Thomas was born in 1859, the son of 
the late Mr. David Thomas of Cardiff. He entered the 
service of the Western Mail, when only fifteen years of age, 
as junior clerk. He quickly made his presence in the office 
felt, and he became in succession, advertisement clerk, 
cashier and accountant, secretary of the company and general 
manager, with a seat on the 
directorate, to which he was 
elected in 1910. His colleagues 
on the Board of Directors were 
Major D. Hughes-Morgan, J. P. 
(Chairman), Mr. W. Emsley Carr 
and Mr. William Davies, J. P. 
Mr. Thomas was a cousin of the 
late Mr. Mackenzie Thomas, who 
occupied the position of manager 
of the Western Mail, until his 
tragic death on Christmas Eve, 
1892. 

Though the late Mr. Thomas 
was trained on the commercial 
side of the enterprise he served 
so well, he was a master of the 
technique of all the departments 
under his oaro, inolndii^ the ex- 
tensive general printing works and 
the numerous other enterprises 
which, in the course of time, had 
grown up round the central 
business of newspaper production. 
Upon this complex business he 
lavished an intimate daily care, 
accepting burdens of routine con- 
trol which many a manager would 
have passed on to a deputy, while 
at the same time he maintained a 
wide outlook and a firm grasp of 
policy which were both reflected 
in the appearance of the influential 
daily he conducted. He was in 
close touch with the large stail 
concerned in the production of 
the Western Mail, and was 
known to all the staff and re- 
spected by everyone who worked under him. Indeed, his 
removal from the busy activities of the office struck almost 
every member of the staff as a personal loss. While his 
authority was always unquestioned and his capacity 
admitted by all, his human qualities enabled him to 
command the personal loyalty of the hundreds of em- 
ployees of the Western Mail, the Evening Express and the 
Weekly Mail. 

Mr. Thomas was by nature well equipped for newspaper 
work. He was a good organiser and knew the depart- 
mental activities of his newspaper as few men do. His 
early business training made him a good " mixer," 
and the influence of his personality worked as strongly 
outside the office as it did in the routine conduct of 
his business. He was a level-headed sane critic of 
affairs, and the editorial policy of the journal he con- 
ducted lost nothing by his interpretation of affairs. The 
Western Mail, in its area, serves a teeming and a thriving 




population, and yields extraordinary influence in a district 
where there is always considerable political activity. 
The paper made notable gains in circulation and in- 
fluence under his direction, and in certain phases of its 
editorial policy reflected political interests of national 
significance. 

Respected in his own office and works, Mr. Watkin Thomas 
filled a big place in the newspaper world outside Cardiff, 
and his public services on behalf of the allied trades con- 
cerned in newspaper production were highly esteemed, hia 
authority on newspaper production, he communicated An 
enthusiasm for, and pride in, the work to others. He be- 
came a member of the Council of the Southern Federation 
of Newspaper Owners and of the Council of the National 
Federation of Master Printers. He was recently elected 
a member of the Committee of the latter organisation 
which was appointed to deal with National Service 
proposals. As president of the 
Cardiff Master Printers Associa- 
tion, he was, during the last 
few years, the spokesman of the 
employers in many negotiations 
with the employees. His rare 
combination of knowledge, tact 
and firmness, enabled him to serve 
in that capacity with acceptance 
and success. 

The late Mr. Thomas was in 
touch with commercial and social 
life at many points, and a wide 
circle of friends and acquaint- 
ances were left deeply sensible 
of their loss through his death. 
He was Vice-President of the 
Cardiff Chamber of Trade and 
of the Cardiff Business Club ; 
an elder of the Roath Park 
Presbyterian Church, and a 
leader in the movement to 
make provision for the relief 
of Belgian refugees. Mr. 
Thomas, who married Miss Lydia 
Williams, of Cardiff, in 1884, 
was survived by his wife and 
four children. 

The Western Mail, in a 
finely worded editorial tribute 
to the worth of the journal's 
late general manager, said : " Mr. 
Thomas enjoyed a well deserved 
popularity both amongst the 
staffs which he controlled and in 
the business community outside. 
His commercial talents and never- 
failing courtesy gained for him 
esteem of many, and the larger 
and printing trade employment 
gave him opportunities for the display of diplomatio 
qualities of a big order. In his labours, which were 
varied and incessant, and in which he always gave of his 
best, he enjoyed the reward of a widespread appreciation 
and esteem." 

Mr. Thomas, as the testimony of all who knew or worked 
with him proved, was a typical newspaper man, zealous 
for the welfare of his journal, which he was always ready 
to serve. His heart and soul were in his newspaper and 
newspaper work, and like so many newspaper men, his leisure 
interests were in the politics and problems of the world in 
which he played his part. Under his controlling hand, 
the Western Mail and its allied enterprises gained in influence 
and prestige. He gave ungrudgingly of himself to the enter, 
prise, and he was able to communicate his enthusiasm to 
every worker who served with him. 



The Late Mr. D. Watkin Thomas, 



a high place in the 
affairs of newspaper 



SI 



I 



THE LATE MR FREDERICK THOMSON. 

" THE DUNDEE COURIER." 



A notable citizen o( Dundee passed away on September 4t!i 
in Mr. Fredericlc Thomson, who died, somewhat suddenly at 
his residence, Arnhall, Dundeo. For some weeks prior to 
the end, Mr. Thomson's condition had given his friends cause 
for much anxiety, but the announcement came as a shock 
to a large circle of friends in Dundee and much farther afield, 
while by none was the sad news more regretted than by the 
members of the newspaper staff of which he was for so long, 
an honoured principal. 

The late Mr. Frederick Thomson was a very representative 
figure in the strenuous newspaper life of Dundee, a city which 
has produced many notable newspaper personalities. Mr. 
Thomson was the youngest son of the late Mr. William 
Thomson, shipowner and newspaper proprietor. He was 
educated at Newport Free Church School and Dundee High 
School, and was destined by his father for a commercial 
career. When the late Mr. Thomson's schooldays were behind 
him, he gained his first insight into 
business in his father's shipping 
office. Later, he went to Glasgow 
and to Antwerp, at both of which 
places the shipping interest 
claimed his attention. 

Later, Mr. Thomson returned 
to Dundee and became a partner 
with his father and brothers in 
the firms of William Thomson & 
Sons and W. & D. C. Thomson. 
From this period, his interests 
were mainly centred in the news- 
paper interests of the Thomson 
family, and along with his elder 
brother, Mr. D. C. Thomson, ho 
was actively engaged in the con- 
duct of the Dundee Courier, the 
Weekly News, and the many other 
publications which now bear the 
name of the Thomsons and 
emanate from Dundee. 

Dundee and the immediate 
district is a great centre in Scottish 
journalism, as its geographical 
position indicates. The Dundee 
Press influences a wide area of 
Scottish opinion, and probably 
serves one of the keenest reading 
publics in the country. Its 
political outlook is almost 
national, for Dundee is the scat 
of Mr. Winston Churchill who is 
often in the constituency. In 
addition, Dundee as a great 
manufacturing area, the centre 
of the jute trade, a thriving sea- 
port, and a densely-populated 

district, has a notably virile and active public life. Dundee 
journalism has always been famed for its vigorous outlook 
and methods. The Dundee Courier, reflecting these many in- 
terests, holds a high place in Scottish and national journalism, 
and lost nothing of its old influence when the late Mr. Frederick 
Thomson became identified with the family interest. He 
threw himself into everything which made for the increasing 
prestige of the journals issued by " Thomson's of Dundee," 
and in the more active part of his life his influence was very 
widely felt. 

Originally concerned with the production of the Dundee 
Courier and the Weekly News, the enterprise with which 
Mr. Frederick Thomson was associated rapidly extended 
and made many successful experiments in the production 
of popular perio<iicals and publications of a general interest. 
Mr. Thomson himself was gifted with an observant and a 
keen mind, and was quick to apply new ideas to the business. 
He contributed in a large measure to the success of the firm 




The Late Mr. Frederick Thomson. 



of which he was a partner. In the days of his strength, Mr. 
Thomson was an enthusiast for work, and at business was 
ever punctual and assiduous. Even when his health broke 
down, his enthusiasm never relaxed. He made a great 
eflfort to continue, and it was a sore trial to him when his 
waning forces compelled him to seek relief from his daily 
toll of work. Mr. "Thomson's health interrupted a very auo- 
cessf ul career. While robust as a young man, ho was laid aside 
by a serious illness eight years before his death. Though 
he made a remarkable recovery, he never regained his former 
physical strength. It became his habit to spend several 
months annually in a climate less trying than his native 
Dundee, and for years ho wintered in the South of England 
— away from his business interests though in touch with 
them. 

Mr. Thomson was an interesting and many-sided man 
with a wide circle of friends. He had travelled extensively 
on business and pleasure and in 
pursuit of health. He crossed 
the Atlantic several times, and 
had many friends in the United 
States and Canada. He had 
also seen much of modern Europe, 
and was familiarly acquainted 
with most of its capitals. All 
his life, Mr. Thomson took a 
keen and unwavering interest in 
outdoor sports. The " gentle 
art " claimed him as a boy, and 
he remained a disciple of Isaac 
Walton until the end — indeed 
ho was an angling enthusiast 
long after his health prevented 
his active enjoyment of the 
thrills of the rod and line. He 
was an honoured member of 
the Dundee Angling Club of 
many years standing, and was 
actively concerned in its interest 
as President. He was in his 
element as a member of many 
merry parties assembled at Loch 
Leven, and on a fishing excursion 
after the trout no one could 
have been a more genial com- 
panion than Mr. Thomson. In 
his active days he was also a 
keen lawn tennis player, and, 
like most good citizens of Dun- 
dee, was an enthusiastic golfer, 
being a member of the Royal 
and Ancient Club. 

The deceased gentleman was 
a Justice of the Peace for Dundee 
and a member of St. Mark's 
Parish Church. In politics he was a Unionist, and did much 
useful work for the party in a city which takes its politics 
very seriously. He is survived by a widow and a daughter, 
and the sympathy of a wide circle of friends was extended 
to them in their bereavement. The funeral ceremony took 
place on September 7th, and was attended by a large com- 
pany of friends, including representatives of the staffs of 
D. C. Thomson & Co., Ltd., and Messrs. William Thomson 
& Sons. Service was conducted in the drawing-room 
at Arnhall by the Rev. Dr. Playfair, St. Andrews, and 
the Rev. Robert Prenter, Dundee. A large number 
of beautiful wreaths were sent. The pall-bearers were : — 
Mr. William Thomson and Mr. David Couper Thomson 
(brothers), Mr. James L. Eadie (brother-in-law), Mr. 
•James Couper (uncle), Mr. W. Harold Thomson, Master 
Conrad Couper Thomson, Master Eric V. Thomson and 
Master Graeme Thomson (nephews), and Mr. Andrew Couper 
(cousin). 



32 



COMPLETE ALPHABETICAL INDEX 



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BRITISH NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, REVIEWS, AND PERIODICALS 



WIXH TflBJ FAG-ES A.T ■WHICH FTTLL. DESCRIPTION'S MA-Y BE FOXTNT), 



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D— Daily. 2 W— Two Issues Weekly. W— Weekly. F— Fortnightly. M— Monthly. B-M— Alternate Months. Q— Quarterly. H-Y— Half-year. 



PAGE 

A.1 Time Table (Edinburgh) M 219 
A.A. . . . . . . M 219 

ABC Eailway Guide' .'." M 219 
„ „ (Carlisle) M 219 

,, „ (Salop and 

County).. M 219 

ABCTimeTable(P'borough)M 219 

„ „ „ (Bristol) M 219 

„ „ „ (Cardiff) M 219 

A.B.C.D. Time Tables 

(Bristol) M 219 
Abercarn Weekly Argus . . VT 101 
Aberdare Express . . . . W 101 

„ Leader .. .. W 101 

„ Post . . . . W 101 

Aberdeen Book-Lover H Y 219 

„ Catholic Herald.. W 191 
„ Free Press . . I) 191 
,, Daily Journal .. D 191 
„ Evening Express D 191 
„ Evening Gazette D 191 
,, Grammar School 

Mag. 8 Y 219 
„ University Bulletin 

HY219 

„ University Reviews Y 219 

„ Weekly Free Press W 191 

„ „ Journal.. W 191 

Abergavenny Chronicle . . W 101 

Abergele Times .. .. W 101 

„ Visitor .. .. W 101 

„ Weekly 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 

Academic Gazette .. H Y 219 

Accountant W 81 

Accountants' Journal . . M 219 

„ Slagazine .. M 219 

„ Manual.. H Y 219 

„ Notes .. 6Y219 

Accrington Advertiser 2 W 101 

„ Gazette .. W 102 

,, Observer 2 W 102 

Acetylene ; U 219 

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

Acton Express "W 94 

„ Gazette W 94 

„ Post W 94 

Addeyan .. .. 8Y 219 

Adsain W 124 

Advance M 219 

Advertiser (Drogheda) . . 2 W 210 

„ (Blackpool) .. W 219 

Advertiser's Weekly.. .. 'W 219 

Advertising 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 

Agents' Journal .. .. 'W 219 

Agricultural Gazette .. W 81 

„ News . . . . p 219 

„ Student'sOazette 8Y 220 

Alrdrie Advertiser . . . . "W 191 

Air M 220 

Aircraft P 220 

Alauda 8 Y 220 

Albanian .. 8Y 220 

Albion Church Messenger . . M 280 

„ Magazine .. .. Q 220 



PAQX 

Albion News W 220 

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

(Wilmslow) W 186 

Aldersgate Magazine . . M 220 

Aldershot Official Directory M 220 

„ News .. .. W 102 

„ Gazette .. .. W 102 

Aldine Handy Series.. .. M 22U 

„ News Agents Journal M 220 

Alford Gazette W 102 

Alfred Smith's Circular . . M 220 
Alfreton Journal .. .. W 102 
Alleyns 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 22C 

Alloa Advertiser .. .. W 191 

,, Circular 'W 191 

.. Journal "VV" 191 

Alma Plater iff 220 

Alnwick Gazette .. .. 'W 102 

,, Guardian .. .. 'W 102 

Alpine Journal .. Q 220 

Alton Mail W 102 

Altrincham 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 

Amateur Gardening . . 'W 81 

H Mechanic . . . . M 220 

„ Photographer .. 'W 220 

„ Trader .. .. 220 

America Latina . . . . P 220 

American Agriculturist . . W 220 

„ Art News.. .. W 220 

„ Historical Review Q 220 

„ Journal of Science M 220 

>■ ,1 of Inter. 

Law Q 220 

„ Machinist.. .. 'W 81 

„ Register .. .. 'W 81 

„ Organ Cabinet . . 220 

Amman 'Valley Chronicle .. 'W 103 

Ampthill News . . . . iff 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 

An Gaodhal 'VV 22U 

Andover Advertiser . . . . "^ 103 

Anglers' News P 220 

Anglican Ctiurch Magazine.. M 220 

„ ThirdOrderMagazine Q 220 

Anglo-American Times .. M 220 

„ Belgian Trade Review M 220 

„ Celt (Cavan) . . . . "W 209 

„ International Register 220 

,, Norwegian Journal .. M 220 

,1 Russian ,. .. M 220 

,. Swedish Trade Journal M 220 

Angola Missionary Magazine M 220 

Aninialia 220 

Animal World . . M 220 

Animals' Defender . . '. ! M 220 
„ Friend .. '.' jj 220 
„ Guardian .. j^j 220 

Annals of Applied Biology Q 220 
,. ArchsBology .. Q 221 

„ Bolus Herbarium . . — 221 



FAQE 
Annals of Botany .. .. Q 221 
„ Faith . . B-M 221 
„ Holy Childhood B-M 221 
„ Natural History . . M 221 
„ Surgery . . . . M 221 
„ Tropical Med'clne Q 221 
Annandale Observer.. .. "W" 192 
„ Herald (Locker- 
bie) "W '202 

Answers W 221 

„ Library .. 'W 221 

Anti-Cutting Record.. .. M 221 

Anti-Slavery Reporter .. Q 221 

„ Suffrage Review . . M 221 

Anzac Bulletin .. ..■W221 

Appeal M 221 

Appleby Herald .. ..WIOS 
Appleyard's Cleveland Diary M 221 

Aquarius M 221 

Arbitrator M 221 

Arbroath Guide . . . . W 192 

„ Herald . . . . "W 1S<2 

ArchsBologia Cambrensis . . Q 221 
Archaeological Cantiana . . Q 221 
Archaeological Journal . . Q 221 
Architect&ContractReporter'W' 82 
Architects' & Builders' Jour. 'W 82 
Architectural Asso'tlon J'n'l M 221 
„ Association 

Sketch Book Q 221 

„ Journal .. M 221 

,, Review . . M 221 

Archives of Radiology . . M 221 

Ardrossan Herald . . . . 'W 192 

Argyleshire Advertiser(Loch- 

gilphead) .. 'W 202 
„ Herald (Campbel- 
town) . . . . W 193 

Annachian . . . . . . — 221 

Armagh Guardian .. .. "W 207 

Armley News 'W 103 

Arms and Explosives . . M 221 

Army and Navy Chronicle . . M 221 

„ ,, ,, Gazette .. 'W 82 

„ List (Official).. .. Q 221 

„ Orders M 221 

,, Service Corps Journal 

B-M 221 
„ „ „ Quarterly Q 221 

Arrow 8Y221 

Arrowsmith's Railway Guide M 221 
Ars Quatuor Coronatorum 8 Y 221 

Art Decorator M 221 

„ Prices Current . . . . M 221 

„ Teachers' Guild Record 8 Y 221 

„ Workers Quarterly .. Q 221 

Artists' RiflesJournal .. M 221 

Arthur's Railway Guide .. M 221 

Ashbourne Advertiser 2 W 103 

„ News .. W 103 

Telegraph .. 'W 103 

Ashburton Guardian . . W 1('3 

Ashore and Atloat . . . . M 221 

Ashton Advertiser .. .. 'W 2?1 

„ Dally Standard .. D 103 

„ Evening Reporter . , D 103 

„ Herald .. .. ^W 103 

„ Reporter .. .. 'W 104 

„ Standard .. .. 'W 104 

Ashville Magazine . . . . — 221 

Asiatic Review .. 8 Y 221 

Aspinall's Law Reports . . Q 221 

Associated Accountants' 

Jonrnal M 221 

Associates' Paper .. M221 

Assurance Agents' Chronicle 'W 221 



PAOB 
Assurance Sevlew . . . . M 221 

Assure M 221 

Aston News (Birmingham) 'W 109 

Asti-al Ladder Q 221 

Atheneeum M 222 

Atherstone Express . . . . W 104 

„ Herald .. .. 'W 104 

„ News .. .. W 104 

„ Observer . . . . 'W 104 

Atherton Journal .. .. "W" 104 

At Home and Abroad . . M 222 

Athraw M 222 

Auckland Chronicle (Bishop- 
Auckland) W 110 

Auction Sale Prices . . . . Q 222 
Austin's Monthly Magazine M 2'22 
Australasian World . . . . 'W 82 
Author .. . . 6 Y 222 

Auto 'W 222 

Autocar W 82 

Autooycle W 222 

Automobile and Carriage 

Builders' Journal M 222 
„ Engineer . . . . M 222 
„ Owner .. .. M 222 
Automotor Journal . . . . "W" 82 
Auxiliary Language . . . . Q 222 
Avalon Independent (Glas- 
tonbury) 'W 133 

Avicultural Magazine . . M 222 
Avonmouth Mall (Bristol) . . 'W 115 

Awake M 222 

Aylsham and Reepham Post W 104 

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

„ Advertiser .. .. W 192 

,, Observer W 192 

Ayrshire Post W 192 



Baconlana Q 
acup Chronicle . . . . W 

„ Times W 

Badminton Gazette .. M 

„ Magazine . . M 

Baeda 3Y 

Bag Trader ^W 

Bailie (Glasgow) .. .. W 
Baily's Magazine . . . M 
Baird's Irish Railway Guide M 
Baker and Confectioner . . W 
Bakers' Record . . . . W 
,, Review .. .. W 

,, Tunes M 

Balham and Streatham 

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 . . W 

Banbury Advertiser . . . . W 

,, Guardian .. .. W 

Bancroftlan .. .. B-M 

Band of Hope Chronicle . . M 

„ „ Reciter .. M 

„ „ Review .. M 

„ „ Treasury .. M 

,, of Alercy .. M 

Bandsman and Songster . . "W 



COMPLETE BRITISH ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



33 



FA«B 
Bmer-ao Aroaenu Cymru 

(Oeiibiuh) TV 127 

Bangnr News W 105 

„ Observer .. .. W106 
Banffshire Advertiser 

(liiickle) . W 103 
„ Heralil (Keith) . . W 200 
„ Journal (Banff) . . W 192 
,, Reporter (Portaoy) W 204 

Banjo WorUI M 222 

Bank Clerks' Review . . M 222 

„ Notes M 222 

Banker's Journal .. .. M 222 

Banker's MuKHzlne .. .. M 222 

Banker's Institute Mag ., Q 222 

Banner of Hope .. .. M222 

,, of Israel .. W 222 

,, of the ('ovenant . . M 222 

„ of Truth . . . . Q 222 

I aptlst Monthly .. .. M222 

„ Record . . M 222 

„ Teacher . . . . M 222 

„ Times .. .. "W 82 

Bard Q 222 

BarKeman Q 222 

Barking Advertiser .. .. W lu^ 

„ Chronicle .. .. W 105 

Bamiouth Advertiser . . 'W 105 

Bamet Press 'W' 105 

Barnes Uerald .. .. 'W M 

Bamoldswick Pioneer . . W 10.» 

Barnehurian .. B-M 222 

Barnsley A B (' Railvray Guide M 222 

„ Chronicle .. .. "W 105 

,, Independent . . W 105 

„ Telephone .. .. W 105 

Barrhead News . . . . W 1S)2 

Barrovian (Isle of Man) 3-Y 22'2 

(Barrow).. .. Q 222 

Barrowford Leader . . . . 'W 106 

Barrow Guardian .. .. "W 10« 

„ News 'W 106 

Barry Dock News .. W 108 

„ Herald 'W 106 

Bath Chronicle . . D * W 106 
„ Diocesan Gazette . . M 222 
„ Herald .. .. DiW 106 

„ Observer W 106 

„ Railway Ouide . . . . M 222 

Batley Free Press .. .. W 106 

„ News .. .. W 106 

„ Reporter .. .. 'W 106 

Bayswater Chronicle . . W W 

Bazaar, Exchange & Mart 2-W 82 

Beacon M 222 

Beacon M '-22 

Beaconlight M 223 

Beama Q 223 

Beaumont Review . . S-Y 228 

Beckenham Advertiser . . W 107 

„ Chronicle .. 'W 107 

„ Jounial .. .. 'W 107 

„ Times .. W 107 

Bedale Chronicle . . W 157 

Bedford Daily Circular .. D 107 

„ Record . . . . W 107 

„ Kxprcss ( Biggleswade) 'W 108 

„ Sat. Telegraph (Luton) 'W 149 

„ Standard (Bedford) ..WlO? 

,. Times (Bedford) .. 'W 107 

Bedworth News .. ..WIO" 

Observer .. .. 'W 107 

Bee-Hive Booklet .. .. M 223 

Beehive for Israel .. .. M 223 

Beekeeper's Gazette.. .. M223 

„ Record .. .. M 223 

Beeston Gazette . . . . "W" 107 

Belfast Evening Telegraph.. D 208 

,, News Letter . . . . D 208 

„ Post Otflce Guide . Q 223 

„ Weekly News .. 'W 208 

„ „ Telegraph . . 'W 208 

Belgian Commercial Adver- 

I tiser Q 223 

i Believers' Friend .. .. M 223 

\ „ Magazine . . . . M 223 

„ Pathway .. .. M 223 

Bellman (Perth) .. ..W203 

BellshtU .Speaker . . W 192 

Belper News W 107 

Benefice Exchange Gazette M 223 
Benson's Railway Guide .. M 223 
Berkeley Gazette .. .. 'W 107 
Berkhampstead Gazette .. "W" 107 
Berkhampstedian .. ..8-Y223 
Berks Advertiser (Walllng- 

'ord) 'W 181 

Berks Archreologloal Journal Q 223 
Berkshire Chronicle (Read- 

„ ing) . . W 165 

Gazette (Woking- 
ham) .. .. -w 186 
Bermondsey Settlement 

' Magazine Y 223 

B«rTOw'» Worcester Journal W 187 



FAS! 

Berwick Adrertlaer . . . . 'W 107 

„ Journal .. 'W 108 

Berwick Mercury . . 'W' 108 

Berwickshire Advertiser 

(Duns) . . W 195 

„ News (Duns) 'W 196 

Bethnal Green News . . 'W 94 

Better Business .. ..jQ22i 

Bettwys-y-Ooed News . . 'w 108 

Beverley Guardian .. .. 'W 108 

,, Recorder .. .. 'W 108 

Bexhill Chronicle .. ..W108 

„ Observer .. .. 'W lOH 

„ Quarterly . . Q 223 

Bexley Heath Observer . . W 108 

„ Times.. .. W 108 

Bible Advocate .. .. P 22S 

„ In the World .. .. M 223 

„ School Q 223 

„ Society Gleanings . . M 223 
„ Student . . . . Q 223 
„ „ Monthly . . M 223 
„ Treasury .. M '223 
BIbllogniphv of Wales .. Q 223 
BIbliothccii Sacra .. .. Q 223 
Bicester Advertiser . . . . 'W 108 
Bicycling News (Birming- 
ham) M 223 

Biddulph Chronicle .. .. 'W 108 
Bideford Weekly Gazette . . W 108 

Big Comic 'W 2'i3 

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

Bill Poster M 2'23 

Billiard Monthly .. M 2'23 

Blo-Chemlcal Journal .. — 223 

Biometrika Q 223 

Bioscope 'W223 

Bird-Lover — 2'23 

Bird Notes M 223 

„ „ and News . . Q 223 

Birkenhead Advertiser 2 W 108 
„ 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 Mall .. 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 (Julde M 223 

Birstell News W 110 

Herald . . 'W 110 

Bishops Castle Advertiser . . "W 110 

Bits of Fun 'W 223 

Blackburn Advertiser .. 'W 223 

„ Catholic News . . 'W 110 

,, Times .. W 110 

,, Weekly Telegraph W 110 

Blackheath Local Guide .. F 223 

Blackmore's Cat. of Fashions M 223 

Blackpool Herald . . 2 W HO 

„ Journal .. .. 'W 228 

„ S.S. Leader .. 'W 2-23 

„ Times 2 W HO 

„ Weekly Standard 'W HO 

Blacksmith & Wheelwright M 223 

Blackwood W. Argus .. 'W 110 

Blackwood's Magazine .. M 224 

Blaenavon Weekly Argils .. W IH 

Blairgowrie Advertiser . . W 192 

Blandford Herald .. ..'Will 

Blast Q 224 

Blaydon Courier .. ..'Will 
Blessed be Egypt . . . . Q 224 

Blighty W 224 

Blind Advocate .. .. M 224 
Bloodstock Breeders' Review O 224 

Blue 9'Y-224 

„ Jacket M 2'24 

Blundcllian .. .. B-M 221 
BIythNews .. .. 2 W HI 

B.M.O M 2-24 

Board of Trade Journal W 82 

Bodleian .. .. M '.i24 

„ Quarterly Record Q 224 

Bognor Observer .. .. 'W HI 

Boiler Maker M 2'24 

Bolton Catholic Herald .. W HI 



PAOI 

Bolton Chronicle ..'Will 

„ Evening Chronicle .. D 111 
„ Evening News D 111 

„ Journal .. 'W Hi 

Boltonian M 224 

Bondars' Russian Journal . . F 224 
Bondholder's Register F 224 

Bo'ness Journal .. 'W 192 

Book Aucclon Records Q 224 

Book-keepci-s' Magazine . . M 224 

„ Lover Q 224 

„ Monthly Q 224 

„ Prices Current . . .. M 224 

Bookman M 224 

Books for the Balms . . M 224 

„ of To-day .. .. M '224 

Bookseller M 224 

Boosey's Drum and Fife 

Journal M 224 

Bootle Herald .. .. W HI 

„ 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 94 

„ Polytechnic News M 224 
Boston Guardian .. .. 'W H2 
Botanic Garden .. .. — 224 
Botanical Journal . . . . Q 224 
„ Magazine .. .. M 224 
Bournemouth ABC Ouide . . M 224 
„ Amusements 'W 224 

„ Dally Echo . . D 112 

„ Graphic .. 'W H2 

,, Guardian .. 'W 112 

„ Visitors' Di- 

rectory 2 W 112 
Bourne'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 

Box 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 .. ■WH2 

Bradford Catholic Herald . . W 112 

„ Daily Argus .. D 112 

„ „ Telegraph .. D 112 

„ Pioneer . . . . W H2 

„ 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 Journal . . M 224 

,. Musical Magazine . . M 224 

Brain Q 225 

Bralntree Advertiser . . 'W 113 

,, Gazette .. .. 'W 113 

Brankaome Herald ( Poole). . W 163 

Brass Band Journal . . . . M 225 

Bray Herald W 209 

Brazono.se . . . . H-Y 225 

Brear's Monthly Diary .. M 225 
Brechin Advertiser . . . . 'W 193 
Brecon County Times .. W 113 
„ Express .. .. 'W 113 
Breconian . . . . 8-Y 225 

Brentwoodian Q 225 

Brewer and Wine Merchant M 226 
Brewers' Gazette . . . . P 82 
„ Journal . . M 226 

Brewing Trade Review . . M 225 
Brewood Courier . . . . 'W 113 

BrIc-a-Brao Q 226 

Brick and Pottery Trades 

Journal M 226 

Brldgen's Hotel Guide . . M 225 
Brldgen's Midlands Guide . . M 225 
Bridge of Allan Gazette 'W 193 
Bridgnorth Journal .. .. 'W 113 
Bridgwater Independent . . 'W' 118 
„ Mercury .. 'W 114 

Bridlington Chronicle .. 'W 114 
„ Free Press .. W 114 
Bridport News . . . . 'W' 114 

Brierfleld Leader .. .. 'W 114 

Brigade M 225 

Brighouse Echo .. .. 'W IH 

„ Free Press .. 'W 114 

Brlgbtllngsea News .. 'W H4 



PAOI 

Bright Words 'W 22S 

Brighton Advertiser . . .. 'W lU 
Gazette a'WlU 

Graphic .. .. W 114 
Uerald .. 'W 114 

Observer .. .. 'W 114 
Parochial Gazetteer H 22S 
Programme 
Society 
Standard . . 
Times 
Bristol ABC Rail. Guide 
M Boy Scout .. 
„ Catholic Herald 
,, Diocesan Mag. 
„ P.O. Guide . . 
,, Evening News 
It n Times 

,, Express 
,, Grammar School 

Chronicle . . 
,, Guardian 
,, Medico Journal 
,, Nonesuch 
„ Observer 
. „ Offlclal Sailing List 

„ Times and Mirror D&W lis 
„ Western Dally Press D 115 

BristoIIan M 226 

Britannia "W 225 

British Amateur Journalist Q 22S 
„ Architect .. M 225 

„ ArchseologicalJurnl. 4Y 226 
,, Archivist 
,, Australasian.. 

,, Baker 

,, Bandsman 
,, Bee Journal 

„ Birds M 226 

„ and Colonial Phar- 
macist . . W 226 
,, „ Mineral 

Water Trade Journal M 228 
„ and Colonial Printer 'W 8S 



.. W 226 


.. WH4 


3W116 


.. W 114 


.. M 225 


.. M 226 


.. W 115 


.. M 225 


.. M 226 


.. D 116 


.. D 116 


.. W HS 


..8-Y 225 


.. W 116 


. . Q 226 
..8'y'226 


.. W 116 


M 228 



M 226 
.. W 82 
. . 'W 226 
.. ■W225 

W225 



„ Chess Magazine 


M 225 


„ Citizen 


W 82 


Clay Worker 


M226 


„ Colonial 


M 226 


„ Deaf Times . . 


M 225 


„ Dental Journal 


V 225 


„ Empire Paper, Station- 


ery, &c 


M 226 


,, Empire Review 


M225 


„ „ Union Record M 286 


„ Esperantist .. 


M 225 


„ Evangelist .. 


M 225 


,, Export Gazette 


M 225 


„ Flag 


M226 


„ Food Journal 


M 226 


„ and Foreign Con- 




fectioner 


M 225 


„ and Foreign Journal 




of Engineering . 


Q 225 


„ Hatter 


Q 226 


„ Homteopathic Journal M 226 


„ Journal of Astrology 


M 226 


„ Journal of Children's 




Diseases 


Q226 


„ Journal of Dental 




Science 


F 226 


,, Jrnl. of Dermatology 


M 226 


„ Journal of Inebriety 


Q 226 


„ „ of Nursing . . 


W 228 


„ „ ofOpthalmology M 228 


,, „ of Photography "W 82 


„ _ „ of Psychology , 


— 228 


„ „ of Surgery .. 


Q 226 


„ Journal Tuberculosis Q 226 


„ Machinery Gazette B-M 226 


„ Made Goods . . B-M 228 


„ Manufacturer 


M 226 


„ Manufacturers Hard 




ware Circular 


Q 226 

W 82 


„ Medical Journal .. 


„ Messenger .. 


M 226 


,, Newsletter .. 


■W 226 


„ Philatelist .. 


M228 


„ Printer .. ..B-M226 


„ Railway Dividends H-Y 228 


„ Record Society 


Q 226 


„ Retail Jeweller 


M 2'26 


„ Review 


M 226 


„ Sea-Angling Society 


Q 226 


„ Sentinel 


M 226 


„ and South African 




Export Gazette . . 


M 226 


,, Temperance AdvocateM 226 


„ Toymaker .. 


M 226 


„ Trade Journal 


M 226 


„ „ Review 


M '226 


„ Weekly 


W 8i 


„ WestlnghouseOazetteM 226 


„ Workman 


M 228 


Briton's Own Library 


M 226 


Brittain's A B C. Guide 


M 226 


Brixham Western Guardian 


Win 



34 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



I' AGS 

Brixton Free Press . . . . W 9S 

„ Gazette .. ..WW 

„ Times . .. "W 94 

Broadstaira Echo .. .. W 116 

Broadstairs Mail . . . . "W 116 

BrockleyNews .. .. W 96 

„ and New Cross 

Borougii News W 95 

Bromley Chronicle . . . . W 116 

Journal .. W 116 

„ Local Guide .. W 116 

„ Times .. .. W 116 

Bromsgrove Messenger .. W 116 

Bromsgrovian .. B-M 226 

Bromyard News and Record W 116 

Broomhall's Com Trade News D 226 

Brotherhood M 226 

Brothers and Sisters.. .. M 226 

Broughty Advertiser .. "W 193 

„ Ferry Guide . . W 193 

Brunswick Monthly .. M 226 

BruBhmaking M 226 

Brynmawr Weekly Argus .. W 116 
BuchanOhserver (Peterhead) W 204 
Buckfastleigh Guardian . . W 116 
Buckhurst Hill Advertiser.. W 226 
Buckingham Advertiser .. W 116 
Buckinghamshire Advertiser 

(Uxbridge) W 181 

Bucks Advertiser(Aylesbury)W 104 
„ Examiner (Chesham) W 121 
„ Free Press (Wycorabe)'W 188 
„ Herald (Aylesbury) . . W 104 
,, Standard (Newport 

Pagnell) .. .. W 167 
Buddhist Review .. ■ ■ Q 226 
Bude and Stratton News .. W 116 
Buffalo Bill Library . . . . M 226 

Bugle Call M 226 

Builder W 83 

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. Omith, Club M 227 
„ of Entomological 

Research . . M 227 

„ of Imperial Institute Q 227 
„ of the International 

Ijabour Office . . M 227 
„ of New Books SW 227 
„ of Pharmacy .. M 227 

Bulwark M 227 

Burgon's Magashie . . . . M 227 
Burgoyne's Export Price 

List M 227 

Burleigh's A.B.C. Bail and 

Boat Guide M 227 

Burlington Magazine . . M 227 
Burnham Gazette .. . W 116 
Burnham-on-Crouch Adver- 
tiser W 117 

Burnley Express 2 "W 117 

„ Catholic News . . W 117 

„ News.. 2 W 117 

Herald .. W 227 

Burry Port Star (Llanelly) W 148 

Burton Chronicle .. .. W 117 

„ Daily Mall .. .. D 117 

,, Evening Gazette .. D 117 

„ Observer .. .. W 117 

Bury Guardian .. 2 W 117 

„ and Norwich Post . . W 117 

„ St. Edmunds Free Press W 117 

„ Times .. .. 2 W 117 

„ Visitor W 117 

Business M 227 

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

ButterHy W 227 

Butlerick Quarterly .. Q 227 

Butterworth's Digest ol Cases Q 227 

Buxton Advertiser .. .. "W 117 

,, Herald .. .. W 117 

Bystander Vr 83 

Byegones Q 227 



Cabinet Uaker . . W 83 

adet B-M 227 

Cadets' Own . . 8-Y 227 

Caerphilly Journal (P'pridd) W 163 

Cage Birds 'W 227 

Caithness Courier (Thurso).. 'W'205 



l-AOE 

Caian 8Y227 

Calcutta Review . . Q 227 

Caledonian Medical Journal Q 227 

Call -W 83 

Callander Advertiser .. "V7 193 
Camberley News .. .. W 117 
Camberwell Advertiser . . W 95 
Camberwell News .. .. W 95 
„ Times .. ZW 96 
Cambria Daily Leader (Swan- 
sea) D 176 

Cambrian (Swansea).. .. W 176 
„ News(Aberystwyth) W ini 
Cambridge Business Man . . M 227 
Chronicle .. "W 118 

„ Daily News . . D 118 
„ Independent Press W 118 
„ Magazine . . . . 'W 227 
„ Review . . . . 'W 227 
,, University Re- 
porter .. .. W 118 
Cambridgeshire Times 

(March) .. W 152 

Cambuslang Advertiser .. W 193 

„ Pilot . . . . ^W 193 

Camelford Guardian .. "W 118 

„ News .. .. W 118 

Camera M 227 

Camping .. .. B M 227 

Campbeltown Courier . . W 193 

Canada W 83 

Canadian 1). Record . . . . D 227 

„ Gazette .. W 83 

„ News .. .. 'W 83 

Candid Quarterly Review . . Q 227 

Cannock Advertiser .. yf U8 

„ Courier .. W 118 

Canterbury & York Society Q 227 

„ Diocesan Gazette M 227 

„ Journal .. .. W 118 

Cantuarian .. .. 6-Y 227 

Cap and Gown . . 8-Y 227 

Capitalist W 83 

CapUin 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 

Carliol 8Y227 

Carlisle Diocesan Gazette . , M 227 

„ Journal .. ZW lid 

,. Weekly Citizen . . W 119 

Carlow Sentinel . . . . 'W 209 

Carluke Gazette .. .. 'W 193 

Carmarthen Journal . . W 119 

„ Reporter .. W 119 

Carnarvon Herald . . . . W 120 

Carnegie Memoirs . . H-Y 227 

Camforth News .. .. "W 120 

Carnoustie Gazette .. .. W 193 

„ Herald .. .. W 193 

Carrick Herald (Girvan) . . iff 197 

Carrlcklergtis Advertiser . . W 209 

Cashel Sentinel . . . . W 209 

Caslon's Circular .. .. Q 227 

Cassell's Magazine . . M 227 

„ Saturday Journal .. W 227 

„ Time Tables . . M 227 

Cassier'sEngineeringMonthlyM 227 

Cat M 227 

Caterer M 227 

Caterham Weekly Press . . W 120 
Catering Worker . . . . M 227 
Catford Journal . . . . "W" 95 
Cathedral Music Review . . Q 228 

Catholic M 228 

„ Book Notes . . . . M 228 
„ Bulletin .. .. M 228 
„ Federationist .. M 228 
„ Fireside . . My 228 

„ Herald (London) .. W 83 
„ Herald (Edinburgh) W 19« 
,, Home Journal .. W 228 
„ Magazine .. .. Q 228 
, I, AHssions ,. . M 228 
„ News (Preston) .. W 164 
„ Review .. .. Q 228 
„ Social Guild Bull. .. Q »o8 
„ Suffragist .. .. ij 228 
„ Times .. .. W 88 

,, Women's League 

Mag. M 228 

Cavalry Journal .. .. O '28 

Cavendish Music Books .".' _ 228 

Caxton Magazine .. " lur 90R 

Celtic Monthly .. W jj l^s 

„ Review ., .. o ws 

CenadHedd .. .. ;: ^ 1| 

Central Africa . . M 228 

M Literary Magazine Q 228 

„ Somerset Gazette 

(Glastonbury) .. 'W^ 133 
Certified Accountants' J'nal M 228 
Challenge ,. .. \^ g3 



i-AOU 

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

Chance W 228 

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

Chard News 'W 120 

Charing Cross Hospital 

Gazette Q 228 

Charity Organisation Review M 228 

„ Record .. .. F 83 

Chat (Portsmouth) .. .. W 228 

Chatham News . . . . W 120 

„ Observer . . . . 'W 120 

Chatterbox . . 'W & M 228 

Cliatteris Advertiser.. ..W120 

Cheadle Herald . . W 120 

Times .. .. 'W 120 

Cheap Steam M 228 

Cheddar Valley Times .. 'W 121 
Cheering Words . . . . M 228 
Chelsea Football Club 

Chronicle . . W 228 

Cheltenham Chronicle . . "W 121 

Looker-on .. W 121 

Cheltonian — 228 

Citemical Engineering . . M 228 
News .. .. W 83 
„ Trade Journal .. W 228 
Chemist and Druggist . . W 83 
Chepstow Argus . . . W 121 

Cheshire Daily Echo (Stock- 
port) .. .. D 176 
„ Observer (Cheater) '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 

Chigwellian .. .. 6-Y 228 

Child, The M 228 

Child of Mary M 228 

„ Life . . . . 4 Y 228 

„ Study . . 8 Y 228 

Children's Budget . . . . — 228 

„ Friend . . . . M 228 

„ Gospel Magazine M 229 

,, League of Pity 

Paper .. .. — 229 

„ Paper .. .. M 229 

„ Quarterly .. .. Q 229 

„ Treasury .. .. M 229 

Child's Companion .. .. M 229 

,, Guardian .. .. — 229 

„ Own Magazine .. M 229 

Chins Q 229 

China's Millions . . . . M 229 
Cliingford Guardian , . . . "W 95 

Chips W 229 

Chislehurst Times . . . . W 122 

Chiswick Express . . . . "W 95 

„ Gazette .. .. 'W 95 

„ Times .. 'VST 95 

Chivalry Q 229 

Choir (The) M 229 

Choir Musician . . — 229 

Choralist M 229 

Chorley Guardian . . . . W 122 

„ News 'W 122 

Christadelphlan .. .. M 229 
Christ's College Magazine . . Q 229 
Christchurch Times . . . . 'V? 122 

Christian 'W 83 

„ Advocate (Belfast) W 288 

Age W 83 

,, Commonwealth . . "W 84 
„ Endeavour Times 'W 229 
„ Globe .. W 84 

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

Life W 84 

„ Messenger . . . . M 229 

Novels .. .. W 229 

„ „ Library .. ■?? 229 

„ Progress .. .. M 229 

„ Words .. .. M 229 

Worker .. .. M 229 

„ World .. 'W 84 

„ „ Pulpit . . 'W 229 

Christian's Armoury.. .. M 229 

„ Pathway .. .. M 229 

Chronicle of Central Board 

of Missions 8Y229 
„ Camera Club . . HY229 
„ Convocation .. — 229 

„ Duke of York's 

School .. H-Y 229 
„ of London Mis- 
sionary Society M 229 

Chuckle -w 229 

Chums ■yy 229 



PAQI 
Church Army Gazette . . 'W 229 
„ ,, Review .B-M229 

„ Builder .. .. Q 229 
„ Friendly . . Q 229 

,, Family Newspaper. . "w 84 
„ and Home . . M 229 

„ Intelligencer .. Q 229 

„ of Ireland Gazette 'W 210 
„ and People . . . . (J 229 
,, Magazine .. M 229 

„ M.S. Gazette .. .. M 229 
„ Missionary Gleaner M 229 
„ „ Paper . . Q 229 

,, ., Keview 

,, Militant .. .. __ 
„ Monthly .. M 229 

of England Pulpit ^W 229 
„ of Ireland Monthly M 229 
,, of Ireland Parochial 

Alagazine . . . . M 230 
,, and Parish Magazine M 229 
„ Patronage Gazette H-Y 230 
„ Pennant .. .. M 230 
„ Quarterly Review . . Q 230 
„ Reading Magazine .. 8- Y230 
„ Record .. .. M 230 

„ and the Sailor . . M 229 

„ of Scotland Teachers' 

Magazine . . . . M 230 
„ Socialist .. .. M 230 
„ Standard .. .. M 230 
„ Stretton Advertiser W 122 
„ „ Journal .. M 230 
,, Sunday School Maga- 
zine M 280 

„ Times W 84 

„ Union Gazette .. M 230 
„ „ Journal .. M 230 

Churchman M 129 

Churchman's Magazine . . M 229 
Cigar and Tobacco World . . M 2S0 

Cinema News W 330 

Cinque Port Q 230 

Circulation ^Lanager.. .. M 230 

Citizen (Gloucester) . . . . D 134 

„ (Letchworlh) .. 'W 148 

„ (London) .. 'W 84 

„ (Nottingham) .. W 169 

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 8Y M4 

„ Oracle W 230 

„ Press 'W 84 

„ Review 'W' 80 

„ Sparrows Q 280 

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

„ Gazette . . M 230 

„ Hints .. .. F 230 

„ Observer .. M 280 

„ Student . . W 230 

„ Tutor . . . . 'W 230 

Civilian W 84 

Clapham Chronicle . . . . "W" 96 

,, Observer .. .. "W" 96 

,, Junction Review.. M 280 

Clare Champion (Ennis) . . W 212 

„ Journal (Ennis) ..2W212 

„ Market Review ..3'Y230 

Clarion W 84 

Class Teacher . . B-M 230 

Classical Quarterly ., •• Q 230 

„ Review .. ., M 280 

Clavier Q 230 

Clavinlan — 280 

Clayton-le-Moors Observer.. "W 123 

Cleckheaton Advertiser . . W 123 

,, Guardian .. 'W 123 

Clegg's Railway Guide . . M 'i^O 

Clerk M 2.i0 

Clevedon Mail (Bristol) .. 'W 115 
„ Mercury .. .. W 123 
Cleveland Standard (Redcar) 'W 166 
Clifton Chronicle (Bristol) 'W' 116 
„ Free Press (Bristol) 'W 116 
Clinical Excerpts . . B-M 230 

Cllftonian — 330 

„ Journal .. .. M 230 

Clique 'W 230 

Clitheroe Advertiser .. iff lis 

„ Times .. .. W 123 

Clonmel Chronicle . . 4 W 209 

Club Life 'W 230 

„ and Institute Journal.. M 230 

„ News W 230 I 

Clydebank Press .. .. W 1»3 
Clydesdale Catholic Herald W 19a 
Clyde Bill of Entry .. S-W 230 

Coal and Iron W 84 

„ Merchant .. .. W 230 

Coalville Times .. ..Vfni 
Coatbridge Bjtpress . . . . 'W 193 



COMPLEifE BRITtSli ALPHaSETICAL II^EX. 



nan 

.. W 193 

. W 128 
.. W 123 
.. M 230 
,. W 209 
. Vr 124 
H-Y 230 
. — 230 

S2S0 
231 
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. M 231 
. W 84 
M 2S1 



. W 124 
W 124 
_Q 231 
W 231 
W 231 



Omtbridge Lender . . 

Cockernioutli Krce Prom 

Colcllestcr (iazotte . . 

CuM HlordKe Review 

Ciileraine Chri>ii(cle . . 

r-i>lc»hill Chronicle . . 

Colfoiaii 

Cilfctulm 

CoIIeclor 

CoUecton' Journal . . 

College Evhoei 

Collegian 

Collie Polio .. 

IViIllery Guardian .. 

„ Rcflcue .. 

Colne Times y^ 124 

Coinc Valley Ouardlan 

(Slalthwalte) .. W 173 

Colonizer M 231 

Colour M 231 

Colwjn Bay Weekly News . . W 124 
ti M Herald . . 
11 H Standard 
Oo-Maaon 
Comic Cuta 

„ Lite 

Coming Day M 231 

„ tashiona .. .. M 231 

Commerce 'W 231 

Commeicial Casaa .. _Q 2S1 

„ Education .. W 231 

, Inst. Staff Oai. S-T 231 

„ Introductions .. M 231 

„ Motor . . W 231 

,, Keview .. M 231 

„ Travellers School 

Magazine H-Y 231 

„ World .. F 84 

Common Cause . . . . w 231 
„ Sense .. .. W 84 

Commonwealth .. M 231 

Companion (Church of Eng- 
land League) . . 
Comparative Price List 
Competitors' Journal 
Complete Story Teller 

Comrades 

Comradeship M 231 

Concord B-M 831 

Concrete M 231 

„ Inst. Transactions Q 231 

.Confectioners' Union .. M 231 

„ Oazette .. W 231 

Confectionery M 231 

Congletcn Chronicle.. .. 'W 124 

,, Guardian .. 2 'W' 124 

,, Times . . W 160 

Connacht Tribune (Oalway) 'W' 212 

Connaught Telegraph 

(Castlebar) .. 'W 209 

Connoisseur M 231 

Conservative Club's Oazette M 231 
„ Woman's fran- 

chise Keview 



36 



PAOI 

Cos ».T23» 

Cottager and Artisan . . M 232 

Cot tagers' Journal .. .. W232 
Cotton Factory Times (Aahtn)W 104 



•3 

w ; 



231 
231 
W 231 
M 231 
M 23! 



Q 231 

Consett Chronicle . . . , W 124 
,, Guardian .. .. "W" 124 
Constabulary Oazette . . "Sff 231 

Constitution Papers ., M 231 

Constructive Quarterly .. Q 231 

Consultant M 231 

Contemporary Review . . M 231 

Contingent M 231 

Contract Gaiette .. .. VT 231 
„ Journal .. .. W 84 

Contractor 'W' 84 

Contractors' Chronicle . . "W" 84 
„ Record.. .. W 281 

Conveyancer M 231 

Conway Standard . . W 124 

Cook's Ocean .Sailing List . . M 231 
„ Time Tables . .. M 231 

„ Traveller's Gazette . . M 231 
Cooper's Vehicle Journal . . M 232 
Co-operation in Agriculture M 231 
Co-operative News 

(Manchester).. W 151 

Co-partnership . . M 232 

„ Journal .. M 232 

(k)rk Constitution . . . . D 210 

„ County Eagle 

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

„ Free Press . . D 210 

a Weekly Examiner . . W 210 
„ „ News . . . . W 210 
Cornhill Magazine . . . . M 282 
Cornish and Devon Post 

(Launceston) W 144 
Oonilsh and Devon Echo 

(Falmouth) W 132 
„ Guardian (Bodmin) W 111 
„ Post (CamlK^nie) 2 W 118 
It Times (Liskeard) 
Comishman (Penzance) 
Comubian (Redruth) 
Special 



Gazette . . . . W 332 

Keview .. .. Q 28S 

Cnuldadon Record . , Tff 124 

Country Life M 84 

„ Side Leaflet . . . . M 232 
County Advertiser (Brierley 

Hill) . . W 114 

I, and Municipal Record 

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

Observer .. W 84 

„ Courts Oases Q 232 

,1 Courts Chronicle . . M 232 
>i II Gazatte .. Q 232 

„ Down Spectator 

(Bangor) W 208 
,1 Echo (Fishguard) .. W 132 
11 Express (.stourbndge) W 17B 
„ „ (Cradley Heath) W 125 

I, Herald (Brierley Hill)W 114 
II Herald (Holywell) .. W 139 
I, Mail Advertg. Sheet 

(Crewkerne) . . W 232 
,1 Middlesex Inde- 
pendent (Brentford) 

2 W 113 
,, Press (Newport, Isle 

of Wight) . . . . W 166 
I, Schools Review .. —232 
,, and Westminster 

Magazine B-M 232 
Coursing Calendar .. 8 Y 232 

(3ourt Journal W 84 

(Covenant People . . . . M 232 

Coventrian 8 Y 232 

Coventry Graphic .. .. W 124 

„ Herald .. .. W 126 

,, Recorder .. M 23'J 

II Standard . . . . W 125 

II Stock-Share List . . M 232 

Cowley Evangelist . . . . M 232 

Coi'8 Legal Circular .. M 232 

Cox's Magistrate's Cases . . Q 232 

II Criminal Law Cases . . Q 232 

Craigmillar Harp .. _ Q -232 

Cranlelghan Q 2S2 

Craven Herald (Skipton) . . W 172 
Crayford Chronicle.. .. 'W 125 

Crayford Express .. .. "W 126 
Creamery Manager . . . . M 232 

Crtiche News M 232 

Credit Draper "^7 232 

Crediton Chronicle . . . . W 125 
Crewe (Jhronicle . . . . 'W 125 
II Guardian .. 2 'W l''i5 
I, Observer .. "Vy 125 

CWcket and Football Field. . 'W 111 
Oiell Advertiser .. 'W 193 

Cromer Post W 126 

II Weekly Press . . 'W 125 
Croquet Association Gazette 'W 232 

Cross M 232 

Crouch End High School 



PAOI 

D n 

D ZS2 



Daily News 

,1 Oil Hullelin .. 
,1 Readings (Meteoro- 

logicall .. M 2.S2 

,1 Record (Glasgow) .. D 19a 
,1 Register o( Ikimpauiea D 232 

I, Sketch D 79 

„ ,1 Wkly. edition W 85 
I, Telegraph .. D 79 

II Weather Report .. D 282 
„ Western Times (Ex't'r) D 131 

,1 World D 79 

Dainty Novels W 232 

Dairy jj 232 

Dairyman M 232 

11 World M 232 

Dalkeith Advertiser .. W 194 

Dairy Herald 'W' 194 

Dalton Guardian .. W 125 

„ News W 125 

Dalton's Advertiser . . . . 'W' 232 

Dance Journal .. B-M 233 

Dancing Encyclopedia .. M 233 

„ Times .. M 233 

Danielite Star (} 233 

Darian (Abordare) .. .. WlOl 

Darkest Russia . . . . "VV" 233 

Darkness and Light . . . . M 233 

Darlington Times .. .. 'W 126 

Dartford Chronicle . . . . 'W 126 

,1 Express , . i^ 126 

Dartmouth Chronicle . . W 126 

I, Guardian .. .. W 126 

Darwen Gazette . . . . W 126 

„ News .. 2 W 126 

,1 Weekly Advertiser W 126 

Datchelor School Magazine8 Y 233 

Daventry Express .. 'W126 

Dawlish Gazette .. W 126 

Dawn in Central Asia . . M 233 

Dawn of Day M 233 

Day Q 233 

Daybreak Q 233 

Deaf Quarterly News Q 233 

Deal Mercury "^ 126 

11 Paper W 126 

Dean Forest Guardian ((3ole- 

' ■" W 124 



« . MOB 

Docks Oazette Q 238 

Doctor H 188 

Dollar Magazine . • Q 233 

Domestic Engineering .. M 238 
„ News .. M 1138 

Doncaster Advertiser . . 'W 128 
I, Chronicle . . . . 'W 128 
„ Oazette .. 'W 128 

Donegal Vindicator (Bally- 
shannon) . . . . W 807 
„ Independent (Let- 
^ , tor-kerry . . W 218 

Dorchester Mail .. W 128 

Dorking Advertiser .. .. 'W 128 
Dorset County Chronicle 

(Dorchester) .. 'W 128 
Dorset Regimental Journal M 238 

Dove (The) Q 233 

Dover Chronicle . . . . "Vv 128 

I, Express 'W 128 

II Free Churchman . . M 238 

II Standard .. .. W 128 

I, Telegraph .. .. W 128 

Dovorian . . . . fy 233 

Dowanhill Training College 

Magazine .. .. H-Y 233 
Downham Market Gazette.. W 129 
Down Reconlcr(Dowiipatrick)'W' 210 
.Side Review . . 8 'Y 233 



Magazine HY 232 

Crowborough Weekly . . W 126 
Crowie Advertiser .. .. W 125 
Croydon Advertiser . . . . 'W 125 
„ Times .. .. 8 W 125 
Cruising Association Bulletin M 232 
Crystal Palace Advertiser . . W 95 
C.T.C. Oazette . . . . M 232 

Cumberland Catholic News 

(Carlisle) .. .. W 119 
„ Evening Mail .. D 119 
I, News .. D 119 

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

Cycling -^ 232 

Cyf aill Eglwysig . . M 232 

Cymru ji 232 

Cymru'r Plant M 232 



W 122 
8Y233 
Q 233 
M 233 
M 233 



ford).. 
Dean Forest Mercury (Cin 

derf ord) 

Decanian 

Deaconess 

Decorator 

Decorator's Magazine . , „^ 

DeesideAdvertiaer(Hoylake) W 140 
Defence of the Realm 

Manual HY 233 
Defence of the Realm Regu- 
lations HY 233 

Defenders of our Empire .. M 233 
Deganwy Standard . . . . W 127 
Delineator M 233 

D'bighshireFreePresa(D'bigh)W 127 
11 Border Counties Ad- 
vertiser (Wrexham) W 188 

Denham's Railway Guide ... M 233 

Denstonian .. .. B-M 233 

Dental Record 
I, Surgeon 

Deparl mental Decisions 

Depositor (The) 

Derbeian 



Dowry of Mary 

Draper 

Draper's Organiser . . 

II Record 
Drapery Gazette 
Drawing 
Driffield Times 
Orogheda Argus 

Independent 



■W 233 
W 85 
M 233 
W 86 
. W 238 
M 234 
W 129 
W 210 
W 210 



.. M 233 
. . W 233 



233 
3 Y 233 



Derby A. B.C. Railway Guide M 233 



Daily Telegraph 
District Methodist 
Express 

Football Express 
Mercury 
Reporter 



D 127 
M 233 

D 127 
W 127 
■W 127 
W 127 



W 147 
2 W 162 
.. 'W 166 

-, -. H-Y 232 

ConiwaUCountyNew8(Truro) W 180 



Dally Chronicle . . 
„ Commercial Report 
I, Dispatch (M'chester) 
11 Express 

(Dublin) .. 
„ Freight Register .. 
„ Graphic 
II II Colonial 

Edition .. 
Mail .. _ 

Daily Mall, Overseas Edition VT 85 

Dally Mirror D 79 

I, „ Overaeaa W. 

Edition .. 'W 85 



B 79 


D 232 


D 151 


D 79 


D 211 


D 232 


D 79 


W 282 


D 79 



Derbyshire Advtiser(Derby)2'W' 127 

,, Courier(Cheaterfleld)2W122 

„ Time3(Chesterfleld)2'W 122 

Dereham Times . . W 130 

Derry Journal (Lon'derry) 3 W 213 

„ People 'W '213 

,, Standard .. 3 'W 213 

I, Weck:yNew9(Lderry)'W 213 
Devon Daily Gazette (Exeter) D 131 
II <t Som. News (Tvr'tn) W 179 
„ Notes and Queries . . Q 233 
„ Valley Tribune (Tilly- 

coulti7) . . . . W 205 

Dewdrop M 233 

Dewsbury District News . . W 127 
„ Free Press . . 'W' 128 

,, Reporter.. .. W 128 
Diamond Library . . M 233 

„ Racing Journal .. W 233 
„ Special .. D 233 

Diamonds from South Africa M 233 

Dickensian M 233 

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

Diss Express 'W 128 

„ Journal W 128 

Divine Light and Truth . . M 233 



Droghedean Q 234 

Droitwich Guardian . . . . 'W 129 
„ Railway Guide .. M 234 
Dromore Leader . . W 210 

II Weekly Times .. 'W 210 
Droylsden Herald . . . . iff 104 
Druids' Quarterly Journal Q 234 
Dublin Bill of Entry.. . . D 234 
I, Evening Mail . . D 210 

„ Oazette 2 W 211 

„ Journal of Medical 

Science . . . . M 234 

I, RechaWte .. M 234 

I, Review Q 234 

„ Saturday Post .. ■«?■ 211 

Dudley Chronicle . . 'W' 129 

,1 Herald .. .. 'W' 129 

Dufftown News .. .. 'W' 194 

Dukinfleld Herald . . 'W 104 

DulwichPost W 96 

,1 Reporter . . W 95 

Dumbarton Herald . . . . 'W 194 

Dumfries Courier 2 'W 194 

II Standard 2 'W 194 

Dundalk Democrat . . . . W 212 

II Examiner .. .. 'W 212 

II Herald .. W 212 

Dundee Advertiser , . D 195 

I, Catholic Herald . . 'W 195 

,1 Courier .. D 195 

,i Prices Current .. W 234 

Dunedln Magazine . . H-Y 234 

Dunelniian .. ., .. — 234 

Dunfermline Express .. W 195 

,1 Journal .. W 195 

I, Press .. .. W 195 

Dunnaunon Democrat .. W 212 

Dunoon Advertiser . . . . W 195 

„ Herald .. .. W 196 

„ Observer . . . . 'W' 195 

Dunstable Borough Gazette 'W 129 

Durham Advertiser . . . . 'Vy 129 

„ Chronicle .. W 129 

„ University Oazette 8-Y 234 

Dursley Gazette . . . . W 129 

Dyer p 234 

Dysgedydd M 234 

„ -y-Plant . . . . M 234 



Eagle M 234 
allng Oazette . . 'W' 98 
,, Conservative .. M 234 
Earlestown Examiner . . 'W 129 
„ Guardian .. 'V7 129 

Early Days M 234 

Earth M 234 

Earthen Vessel . . . . M 234 

Easingwold Advertiser .. 'W 129 
East Anglian Daily Times 

(Ipswich) . . D 142 
,1 Cheshire Obeerver (SLic- 

clesfleld) .. .. W 160 
„ Coast Illus. News .. "W 123 
„ Devon News (Chard) .. "W 120 
„ End News 2 W 96 

u Essex Advertiser (Clao- 

ton) .. -W 12s 



36 

FAOK 

East Galway Democrat 

(Ballinasloe) .. W 207 

,, Grinstead Observer .. W 130 
„ Ham Echo .. .. W 96 
„ Ham Express . . 2 W 95 
,, Ham Mall .. W 95 

„ Ham Recorder . . . . W 95 
„ Kent Gazette (SittinK- 

bourne) .. W 172 
,, „ Times(Ram8gate) W 165 
,, London Advertiser . . W 95 
„ „ Church Chron. Q 234 
t, „ Fund for the 

Jews Q. Paper Q 234 
„ „ Observer .. "W 95 
„ „ Post .. .. W 96 
„ Kiding Chronicle (Drll- 

fleld) W 129 

„ Riding Chronicle (Sher- 

bum) W 172 

,, SuffolkGazette(Beccles) W 107 
„ Surrey Herald (Purley) W 166 
,, Sussex News (Lewes).. W 146 
„ and the West . . . . Q 234 
Eastbourne Chronicle . . W 12!) 
„ Gazette .. .. "W 120 

Eastbournian 6 Y 234 

Eastern Argus (Glasgow) . . W 19S 
„ Counties Times 

(Ilford) . . W 141 
„ DailjPre8s(Norwich)D 158 
„ Engineering . . . . M 234 
„ Evening News (Nor- 
wich) .. .. D 168 
„ Mercury .. .. W 96 
„ Morning News (Hull) r> 140 
„ Weekly Press (Nor- 
wich) .. W 168 
Eastleigh Weekly News . . W 130 
Eastwood Advertiser . . W 130 
Ebbw Vale Argus .. . . W 130 
Eccles Journal .. .. W 130 
„ Telegraph .. .. W 130 
Ecclesiastical Review . . M 234 
Echo (Enniscorthy) . . . . W 212 
Echoes of Erin . . . . Q 234 
„ Service . . P 234 
Eckington Express (Wood- 
house W 187 

Economic Journal . . . . Q 234 
„ Proceedlngsof the 

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

Economist W 86 

Edenbridge Chronicle . . W 130 

Edgbastonia M 234 

Edinburgh Acaiemy Chron 9-Y 234 
„ Citizen (Porto 

bello) . . . . W 204 
„ Dental Student . . M 234 
„ Evening Dispatch D 196 
I, „ 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. Magazine Q 234 

Educator Y/" 2:^4 

Educational Handwork . . M 234 
„ News .. .. W 234 
„ Record .. .. — 234 
„ Times .. .. Q 234 

Education W 234 

Edwards Dental Quarterly.. Q 234 
Efflclency Magazine . . . . M 234 
Eggs & Intensive World . . W 234 

Egoist p 234 

El Commerciante ... . . M 234 

„ „ Hispano- 

Britanico Q 234 
El Marconigrama . . . . M 234 
Kldermote Review . . . . Q 236 

Electrician "W 85 

Electric Journal . . . . M 236 
Electrical Contractor . . M 236 

„ Field .. M 236 

„ Industries .. W 236 

„ Plant .. M 236 

„ Review .. .. W 86 
„ Times .. . . W 86 
„ Trades Journal .. M 236 

Electricity W 236 

Electric Railway Journal .. W 236 
„ Vehicle .. .. Q 235 

Electrics M 236 

Electrotypes Q 236 

Elgin Courant . . . . W 196 

Elizabethan JJ 236 

Elland Echo W 130 

Eliesmere Herald .. .. W 130 

„ Port Advertiser , . W 130 

Elliott's Quarterly . . . . Q 236 

Bltham Times W 130 

Ely Diocesan Gazette .. M 236 



THE IJEWSPAPEH fREss DlRfiCToHY. 



PAGE 

Ely Weekly Guardian . . W 130 

Empire M 2.36 

„ News W 161 

„ Review .. .. M 235 

„ Trade Notes . . . . M 235 

Employment Gazette . . W 236 

Encore W 235 

Enfield Gazette and Observer W 130 

Engineer VT 86 

„ and Iron Trades' 

Advertiser .. W 236 

Engineering "W 85 

„ Abstracts . . M 285 

„ Diary .. .. M 235 

„ Gazette .. .. M 236 

„ Review .. .. M 236 

England M 236 

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

„ Historical Review . . Q 235 
„ Mechanic . . . . W 85 

„ Race Q 235 

„ Review .. M 235 

Englishwoman .. M 235 

Enniscorthy Guardian . . "W 212 
Enquire Within .. . . W 236 

Enterprise 'W 86 

Entertainer 'W 235 

Entomologist M 236 

„ Record . . . . M 236 

„ Monthly Magazine M 236 

Epoch M 236 

Epping Advertiser . . W 131 

Epsom Advertiser . . W 131 

„ Herald W 131 

„ District Times 2 W 131 
Epsomian . . . . B-M 236 

Epworth Bells W 131 

Era "W 85 

Erdington News (B'ham) . . W 109 

Erin H-Y 235 

Erith Chronicle .. .. VTISI 
„ Observer .. .. ^W 131 

„ Times 'W 131 

Eskdale Advertiser (Lang- 
holm) "W 201 

Esperauto Monthly . . . . M 236 
Essex Archaeological .So. H-Y 236 
„ and Suffolk News (Col- 
chester) . . . . W 123 
„ County Chronicle 

(Chelmsford) .. 'W' 121 

„ County Standard 

(Colchester).. .. W 123 
„ Guardian (Ilford) . . 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 136 
„ „ (Romford).. "W 167 
„ Weekly News (Chelms-' 

ford) W 121 

Estates Gazette . . . . "W" 85 
„ Magazine .. .. M 236 
Ethological Journal . . . . Q 235 
Eton College Chronicle . . W 235 
Eugenics Review .. .. Q 236 

Eurgrawn M 235 

Eustace .Miles' Programme . . M 236 

Evangelist M 236 

Evans' Journal . . . . Q 235 

Eve Q 235 

Evening Argus (Brighton) .. D 115 
„ Dispatch (Birming- 
ham) .. .. D 109 
„ Herald (Dublin) .. D 211 
„ Mail (Newcastle) . . D 166 
„ News (Glasgow) . . D 198 
„ „ (London) .. D 80 

„ „ (Portsmouth) D 164 

„ North Wilts Herald 

(Swindon) .. D 177 
„ Post (Jersey) .. D 217 
„ Standard (London) D 80 
„ Star (Ipswich) .. D 142 
„ Swiudon Advertiser D 177 
„ Telegraph (Dundee) D 196 
„ Telegraph (Dublin) D 211 
„ Tidings (Penzance) D 16'2 
„ Times (Glasgow) . . D 198 
Everybody's Monthly . . M 230 

„ Twopenny Tima 

Table M 236 

Every Christian's Library 7 y 236 

Everyday M 236 

Everyman \^ 85 

Every woman's .. ]] \y 236 

Evesham Journal .. .'. ■\y 131 

„ Standard ., .. 'w 131 

Kwen'B Stamp News ^ff 236 

.. .. Q 236 



Excelsior 



PAGE 

Exchange Tel. Co.'s Law 

Reports .. .. M 236 

Shipping Monthly M 236 

Exeter Diocesan Gazette . . M 236 

Exmouth Chronicle .. .. 'W 131 

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 Mall B-M 236 
Extincteur Bulletin . . .. M 236 



TTlabian News 

_C actors' Magazine 


M 230 


Q 236 


Facts against Socialism 


M 236 


Fairplay 

Faith 


W 86 


M 236 


„ and the Flock . . 


M 236 


„ Links 


M 236 


Falkirk Herald .. 2 'W 197 


„ Mail 


W 197 


Fall In 


. Q 286 
M 236 


Family Doctor 


„ Friend 


M 236 


„ Herald 


■W 236 


„ „ Supplement 


■W 236 


„ Journal 


■W236 


„ Reader 


■W 236 


„ Story Teller . . 


M 236 


Fancy Goods Review 


M 236 


„ „ Record 


— 236 


„ Needlework(Illust'ed) Q 236 


Faraday House Journal 


i Y 236 


Fariiigdon Advertiser 


W 132 


Farm, Field and Fireside . 


W 86 


,, and Home 


■W 86 


„ Life 


■W 86 


Farmer and Stockbreeder . 


W 86 


Farmer's Advocate . . 


. M 236 


„ Gazette (Dublin) . 


■W211 


„ ' Herald (Chester) . 


M 236 


Farnborough News ,. 


•W 132 


Farnham Herald 


W 132 


Farnworth Chronicle 


■W 182 


„ Journal . . 


W 132 


Farriers' Journal 


M 230 


Farrow's Bank Gazette 


— 236 


Fashions for All 


M 236 


Faugh a-Ballagh 


Q 236 
■W 132 


Faversham Mercury . . 


News .. 


W 132 


Feathered World . . 


■W 85 


Federal Magazine 


230 


Felatedian 


M 236 


Fermanagh Herald (Ennis 




killen) .. 


W 212 


„ News (Enniskillen) W 212 


„ Times (Enniskillen)W 212 


Ferro-Concrete 


M 236 


Fettesian . . . . B M 236 


Field 


W 86 


„ Officer 


M 236 


Fife Free Press (Kirkcaldy) 


W 201 


„ Herald (Cupar) . . 


W 194 


„ News (Cupar) .. 


W194 


Fifeshire Advertiser (Kirk 




caldy) 


W 201 


Fiery Cross 


Q 236 


Filey Post 


W 132 


Film Pilot 


W 236 


„ Renter 


W 236 


Finance 


■W 86 


„ Union 


W 236 


Financial & Insurance Review P 236 


Financial Chronicle . . 


■W236 


Critic 


M 236 


Mail 


W 236 


„ News 


D 79 


„ Observer . . 


■W 236 


„ Opinion 


W 236 


„ Outlook .. 


W 86 


„ Review 


W 238 


Review of Reviews M 237 


„ Standard .. 


W 86 


„ Times 


D 79 


„ Truth 


D 79 


World 


W 86 


Financier and Bullionist 


D 79 


Finchley Press 


W 96 


Fine Art Trade Journal 


M 237 


Firisbury Public Libraries . 


Q 237 


Finsbury Weekly News 


■W 96 


Fire 


M 237 


Firefly 


M 237 


Fireman 


M 237 


Fire Prevention Committee 


Red Books 


237 


Fire Prevention Reports . 


237 


First Aid 


. M 237 



PAUii 

First Cadet Battalion 

Chronicle .. .. Q 237 

Fishing Gazette .. W 86 

„ News (Aberdeen) .. 'W 191 

Fish Tr.ides Gazette . . . . 'W 86 

Flames of Fire M 237 

Flash D 237 

Flatland M 237 

Flats W 237 

Fleet M 237 

Fleet News 'W 132 

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

„ Gazette News 2 W 133 

Flight 'W 86 

Flintshire Observer (Holy- 
well) W 139 

Floriculture Q 237 

Flute Players' Jturnal .. M 237 

Flying W 86 

Flyiug World M 287 

Folkestone Express . . . . 'W 133 
„ Herald . . . . W 133 

Food 'W 86 

Food and Cookery . . M 237 

Food Facts M 237 

Food Supply Manual . . — 237 

Football (Leeds) . . W 237 

„ Argus (Bradford).. W 113 
„ Argus (Newport, 

Mon.) . . "VV 167 

„ Echo (North'mpton)'W 158 
„ „ (South'mpton)"W 173 

„ Echo (Sunderland) 'W 176 
Express (Exeter) . . 'W 131 
„ „ (Liverpbol) 'W 147 

„ „ (Wejmouth)'W 184 

„ Gazette (South 

Shields) . . 'W 172 
„ Mail (Hartlepool) 'W 136 
„ „ (Newcastle) . . W 156 

„ „ (Portsmouth) W 164 

„ News (Nottingham) W 169 
„ Pink One .. .. W 237 
„ Players' Magazine M 237 
„ Post (Newport, 

Mon.) .. 'W 167 

„ „ '(Nottingham) W 169 

Telegraph(Kettering)W 142 

Footsteps M 237 

Footwear M 237 

Foreign Field M 237" 

„ Mission Chronicle . . Q 237 
Forest Gate Express . . . . 'W 138 
Forest Hill Examiner . . 'W' 96 

Foresters' Miscellany . . M 237 

Forfar Dispatch .. .. W 197 
, Herald .. .. W 197 

„ Review .. .. 'W 197 

Forget-me-Not .. .. 'W 2."." 

Form Q 237 

Formby Times . . . . 'W 133 

Forres Gazette .. .. W 197 

Forres News W 'i3~ 

Fortnightly Financial Rev'w P 237 
„ Journal . . . . P 237 

„ Review . . . . P 237 

Forward (Curragh Camp) . . M 237 
Forward (Glasgow) .. . . W 237 
Foundry Trade Journal .. M 237 
Foi;r Leaved Shamrock B-M 237 
Foxhound - . Q 237 

Foyle's Books-wanted CircuLar — 237 
Framlingham Weekly News W 138 

Frangais Q'Y 237 

Franciscan Annals . . . . M 287 

Fraserburgh Advertiser . . W 197 

„ Herring Circular M 237 

„ Herald . . . . 'W 197 

Free Catholic M 237 

„ Church Chronicle . . M 287 
„ „ Magazine .. M 237 
„ „ Witness .. M 2S7 

„ Churchman . . M 287 

„ Gardeners' Journal . . M 287 
„ and Open Church . . Q 237 
„ Press ( W. Bromwich) . . W 188 
„ „ of Mounmouth- 

shire (P'ntypooI)'W 163 
„ „ (Wexford) ... W 216 

„ Russia Q 237 

„ Sunday Advocate . . M 237 

„ Thinker W 237 

Freedom M 237 

Freeman's Journal (Dublin) D 211 
Freemason . . . . "W" Si6 

Freemasons' Chronicle . . "W" 86 
Freighters Journal . . . . M 237 
Freshwater Advertiser . . W 133 

Friend W 86 

Friendly Companion . . . . M 238 
„ Greetings .. .. M 238 
„ Leaves .. .. M 238 
„ Light .. Q 238 
Friends' Quarterly Examiner Q 238 
„ Witness .. .. M 238 
Frlnton and Walton Graphic 'W 138 
„ News 'W 133 



COMt>LEtE BRITISH ALt»tlABETtCAL INbEit 



3^ 



PIOI 

Ifroiitler !<«iitlnel (Newrj) . . W 21< 

FruntiornniBn M 288 

yrult, Flower and Vegetitble 

Trades Journal .. W 8fl 

_ Grower W 80 

FuUiam Chronicl« .. ..WW) 
„ Oazetts . . M 238 

„ Observer .. W 96 

Funny Cuts W 238 

„ Wonder . . W 238 

Fur and Feather . . W 238 

„ World M 238 

Furniture Record .. .. W298 
Future M 238 



GaeMoni — 238 
aelic Atlilete (Dublin) .. W 211 
Gallery of Fashion .. .. M 238 

Gallovldian Q 23S 

Galloway Advertiser 

(Stranraer) W 206 
„ Gazette (Newton 

Stewart) . . W 203 

Galway Express .. W 212 

„ Leader .. .. W 212 

,, Observer .. .. W 21i 

Pilot .. .. aw 218 

Garabolier W 238 

Gamekeeper M 238 

Gamekeeper's Association 

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

Garage 'W 288 

Garden 'W 86 

„ Cities M 238 

Life -W 238 

„ Monthly .. M '288 

Work "W 238 

Gardener 'W 238 

Gardeners' C^ironicle . . "W 86 

Gardening Illustrated .. 'W 86 
Garston & Woolton Nt ws . . W 183 

Gas Journal 'W 86 

„ Engineers' Magazine . . M 238 

„ Light W 288 

„ Progress Q 238 

„ World W 86 

„ and Oil Power . . . . M 238 

Gavel q 238 

Gaytonian M 238 

Gazette News (Ulackpool) 2 W HO 
„ de Guernsey.. .. W 217 
„ 3rd London Hospital M 238 
„ Col lege of Violinists H- Y '238 

Gem Library 'W 238 

Genealogical Monthly ..91238 

Genealogist ft 238 

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

Geninen ^238 

Gentleman's Journal .. W 238 

„ Tailor .. .. M 238 

Gentlemen's Pall Mall F.->8h.H-Y238 

Gentlewoman W 86 

Geographical Journal . . M 238 
„ Teacher . . 1*1238 

Geological Magazine . . ■ . M '238 
Geologists' Proceedings 5 Y 238 
(Jcoph J steal Journal . . .. M '238 
George Uroomhall's Oilseed 

News D 238 

George Clarke's Magazine .. M 288 
Giggleswick Chronicle 3 Y 238 

Girl Guides Gazette . . . . M 23» 
Girls' Clul) Journal . . 3 Y 238 

„ News .. .. M 238 

„ Friend 'W 238 

„ Friend Library .. M 239 

,, Friendly Society's 

Journal . . M 238 

,, Friendly Society 

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

,, Mirror 'W '289 

,, Own Paper .. .. M 2.'!9 

„ 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 163 

„ Gazette (Bridgend) W 113 

,, Times (Pontypridd) W 163 

Glasgow ABC .. M 239 

Advertiser Circular W 239 

„ Citizen .. D 198 

Herald .. .. D 198 

Medical Journal .. M 239 

,, Observer . . . . W 198 

„ programme . . 'W 239 

Star and Examiner 'W 198 

„ Stock List . . . . D 239 

„ Unlveisity Magazine W 239 



PlOX 

Glasgow Weekly Herald . . 'W 198 

,, News .. W 198 
Glass and China Trader . 'W 239 
Gleanings and Memoranda . M 289 

OleeOurlnud M 289 

Glenalniond Clironlcle BM 239 

Globe D 80 

Glorious News .. Q 239 

Glossopdale Chron. (Glossop) 'W 134 
Gloucester Diocesan Mag. M 289 
„ Jonnial .. .. 'W 134 
Gloucestershire Chronicle 

(Gloucester) 'W 134 

„ F,cho (Cheltenham) D 121 

„ Notes an<t Queries Q 289 

Golf Club Steward . . . . M 239 

,, Illustrated .. . . 'W 239 

„ Monthly M 239 

Golfing M 239 

Good Euro|)Can Point of View Q 289 

„ Health M 239 

„ Lines M '2:!9 

„ News M 239 

„ Seed M 239 

„ Templar's Watchword W 239 

„ Tidings 'W 239 

Goodwill Q 239 

Goole Journal .. 2 W 184 

„ Times 'W 134 

Go or Send M 239 

Gordonian Q 239 

Oorsis' Cotton Circular .. M 239 
Gorton Reporter . . . . W 134 
Gospel Advocate . . . . M 239 

„ Echo M 239 

„ Gleanings .. .. M 239 

„ Guide M 239 

„ Light M 239 

„ Magazine . . M 239 

„ Me8senger(Edinb'gh) M 289 
„ Standard . . . . M 239 

„ Stories M 239 

„ Trumpet .. .. M 289 
Gourock Times .. .. 'W 199 

Govan I'ress iff 198 

Government Workers Advo- 
cate M 239 

Gower 8 Y -239 

Gowertonlnn . , . . 3 Y 239 

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

„ „ Prim. „ Q 239 

GranJ Magazine . . M 239 

Grangemouth Advertiser . . 'W 199 

Grange News 'W 134 

Guardian .. 'W 134 

Granta "W 240 

Grantham Journal .. .. "W" 134 

Graphic^ W 86 

Gravesend Magazine.. .. M 240 
,, Reporter.. .. 'W 134 
„ Standaid.. .. "W 134 
„ Telegraph .. W 134 

Grays Gazette W 134 

Greal M 240 

Great Central Railway Jour- 
nal M 540 

Great Central Time Tables HY 240 
,, Eastern Time Tables M 240 
„ „ 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 Magazire .. 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 

(•'reenwoml's Con veya nee List M 240 
Gregg's Shorthand Magazine M 240 

Gresham M 240 

Grey Friar 8-Y 2i0 

Griebert's Philate'ic Notes 6-Y 240 

Grimsby Bally Telegraph . . D 134 

„ Gazette .. .. -W 13.1 

„ News .. .. 'W 13.5 

,, Programme .. "W" 240 

Grocer W 87 

Grocer's Assistants Kecfrd.. M 210 

Gazette .. W 87 

„ Journal .. .. W 87 

„ Record .. .. W 240 

„ Review .. .. 'W 240 

Grocery M 240 

Gryphon 240 

Guardian .. . .. 'W 87 

Guernsey Advertiser .. 'W 217 

„ Evening Press . . D 217 

„ Weekly Press .. 'W 217 



PAOI 

Guild Ui*0 

„ Gazette 240 

„ Lifeand Work.. .. M 240 
,, of Freemen Magazine Q 240 

Gulldman M 240 

Guth na llliadhna .. .. Q240 
Guy's Hospital Gazette .. F 240 
„ Time Tables .. .. M 240 
Gwalia (Uangor) .. 'W 105 

Gwylicdydd Newydil 

(l!lacnau)'W HO 
Gypsy Q 240 



TJ ackney Gazette . . 8 'W 9* 


IJ. „ Recorder 


.W 96 


„ Spectator 


2-W 96 


Haddington Advertiser 


W 199 


„ Courier 


■W199 


Halgh's Band Journal 


. — 240 


Haileyburian 


Q240 


Hairdressers' Chronicle 


Q 240 


,, Journal 


W 87 


Hairdressing 


M 240 


Halesworth Times . . 


W 186 


Halifax Courier 


. W 136 


„ Dally Guardian . 


D 186 


,, Evening Courier . 


D 135 


,, Guardian 


W 136 


Halstead Gazette 


■W135 


Haltwhistle Kcho . . 


W 136 


Uarailton Advertiser 


W 199 


Hamlyn's Menngerie M.ip. . 


■W240 


Hammer and Crook . . 


M 240 


Hammond's Standard GuidesM 240 


„ Time Tables . 


. M 240 


Hampshire Advertiser 




(Southmpton 


W 173 


„ Chronicle 




(Winchester) W 185 


„ County Times 




(Portsmouth; 


W 164 


Herald (Alton). 


W 102 


„ Independent 




(Southmpton) W 173 


,, Observer 




(Winchester) W 185 


,, Regimental Jna 


. M 240 


„ Telegraph (Port 


5- 


mouth) 


W 164 


Hampstead Advertiser 


W 96 


,, Express . . 


W 96 


Braille Magazine M 240 


,, Rfcord . . 


W 96 


Handsworth Chronicle 


•W 136 


Herald .. 


W 136 


Handy Shipping Guide 


. W -240 


„ Stories 


. W 240 


„ Time Tables ( Arbroath) M -240 


Hants and Berks Gazette 




(Basingstoke) W 106 


„ and Sussex News 




(Petersfleld) 'W 162 


,, and Sussex Co. Press 


(Knisworlli) w 130 


Hanwell Gazette 


•W 136 


Happy Home 


■W 241 


Happy Hour Stories . . 


. W 241 


Harborne News (B'mngham) "W 109 


Hardwareman 


vr 241 


Hardware Trade Jounial . 


■W 241 


Harper's Magazine .. 


M 241 


Harrison's Dressmaker 


. M241 


Harrison's Journal .. 


W 241 


Harrogate Advertiser 


■W 136 


Herald 


. W186 


Star 


. M 241 


„ Times 


. ■«■ 136 


Harrovian 


. M241 


Harrow Bill Book .. 


3 Y 241 


„ Blue Book . . 


S Y 241 


„ Gazette 


. "W 136 


„ Observer 


W ISti 


Hartland Chronicle .. 


. M -241 


Hartlepool Advertiser 


■W 136 


Daily Shipping List D 241 


Harvard Theological Review Q 241 


Harvest 


M241 


Harwich Newsman . . 


■W 186 


,, Standard . . 


W 130 


Uarwood Observer . . 


■W 136 


Haslingden Gazette .. 


.W 186 


„ Guardian 


W 18U 


„ Observer 


. "W 136 


Hastings Advertiser . . 


■W136 


„ Independent 


W136 


„ Observer 


W 136 


flatter's Gazette 


M '241 


Haul 


M 241 


Haverfordwest Telegraph . 


W137 


Hawick Express 


•W 199 


,, News 


W199 


Hayehoo<ly 


W241 



PAaa 

nayle Mall 'W 1*7 

Hayle Weekly News . . 'W 187 

Head Teaehera' Review .. M 241 
Headley's Time Table* . . H 241 

Healer JH 211 

Health M 241 

„ Messenger .. M 241 

„ and Strength .. 'W '241 

„ and Vim .. M 241 

,, Observer ., ., — 241 

Healthy Life M 241 

Heanor Observer ,. ., 'W 187 

Heart Q 241 

Hearts of Oak Journal . . M 241 

HelHlen Bridge News . . 'W 187 

,, Times .. 'W 187 

Heckmondwike Herald . . 'W 187 

„ News .. 'W 137 

„ Reporter .. W 187 

Hednesford Advertiser .. W 137 

,, Courier .. 'W 137 

Helensburgh News . . . . "W 199 

Times .. .. "W 199 

Helps from the Poor . . M 241 

Helston Advertiser .. .. 'W 137 

Uendon Advertiser . . . . 'W '241 

„ Times iff 138 

Henley Chronicle .. .. "W 138 

„ Standard .. .. 'W' 138 

Herald (London) .. .. 'W 87 

„ (Baptist) .. M 241 

„ Cymraeg (Carnarvon) 'W 120 

„ of Health .. .. M 241 

„ of the Cross .. .. M 241 

,, of the Golden Age. . Q '241 

„ ,, Peace .. .. M 241 

„ „ Salvation .. .. M 241 

„ „ the Star .. .. M 241 

„ Wales (Swansea).. 'W 177 

Herb Doctor .. .. BM 241 

Hereford A. B. C. Rallvay 

Guide M 241 

Hereford Journal . . . . 'V7 138 
„ Mercury .. .. "W 138 
„ Times .. .. 'W 138 

Heme Bay Press . . . . 'W 138 
Heron's Flat t, Estate Mart M 241 
Hertford Railway Guide . . M 241 
Hertfordshire Express 

(Hitchin) W 139 
,, Hemel Hempstead 

Gazette W 137 
„ Mail (Hitchin) . . 'W 139 
,, Mercury(Hert- 

ford) . . W 138 

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

Stortford) Vf 110 

,, Reporter (Eoyston) .. W 168 

Hewett'B Tourist Time Table HL 241 

Hexham Courant . . . . "W 138 

„ Herald .. .. W 138 

„ Weekly News .. 'W 138 

Heywood Advertiser.. .. 'W 188 

„ News .. .. "W 138 

Heywood's Railway Guide M 241 

Hibbert Journal .. .. Q 241 

Hibernia Q S41 

Hibernian Journal . . . . M 241 
Higliam's Magazine . . . . M 241 
Highbridge Echo . . 'W 138 
Highbury Quadrant Maga- 
zine M 241 

Higher Education Gazette S'W 241 
Highland Light Infantry 

Chronicle . . Q 241 

„ Leader (Inverness) 'W 200 

„ News (Inverness) 'W 200 

„ Times (Inverness) W 200 

High Peak Advertiser 

(New Mills) "W 156 
,, Chronicle 

(Buxton) .. ■W117 

" " (Buxton) ,. 'W 117 

,, Reporter 

(New Mills) W 166 

„ Speed in Shorthand . . — 241 

Highway M 241 

Highways and Hedges . . M "241 
Hill's Uoncaster A. B. C. 

Time Table M 241 

Hillfoota Record (Alva) .. ^W 193 

Hinckley Echo . . . . 'W 139 

Observer .. .. "W 139 

„ Times .. .. "W 139 

Hippodrome M 241 

Hire Traders' Becord .. M 241 

„ Trade Review . . . "W 24» 

Historic Socy. of Iaucs . . II 24t 

History Q 243 

Hltchen Divisional Gazette M 242 
Hither Green Jounial . . 'W JO 

Hobbies W M2 

Hobby World .. .. — 243 

Hockey Field ..'WMS 



38 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



Holborn Onardian . 

., Review 
Holbrook'8 Guide 
Holioway Press 
Holmflrth Express . 
Holsworthy News . 
Holt Post 
Holyhead Chronicle. 

Mali 

Observer . 



PASX 
.. W 96 
.. Q 242 
. . M 242 
.. W 96 
.. ■W 139 
.. W 180 
.. W 139 
. . "W 139 
.. "W 139 
■W189 



Home M 242 

„ and Colonial Mail . . W 87 

„ Chat W 242 

„ Companion .. W 242 

„ Cookery F 242 

„ Fashions .. .. M 242 

„ Finder M 242 

„ Friend M 242 

,, Handicrafts . . M 242 

„ Helper Q 242 

„ Messenger . . M 242 

„ Notes W 242 

„ Organ Dept. Magazine M 242 
„ Reading Magazines . . M 242 

„ Weekly W 242 

„ Words M 242 

„ Workers' Gazette .. M S42 

Homeless Q 242 

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

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

Honley Express .. .. W 139 
Hope Magazine . . . . M 242 

HoraJucunda M 242 

Horbury Observer . . . . W 139 
Horfleld Record (Bristol).. W 116 
Horley .Advertiser .. . W 139 
Horncastle Niws .. . "W 139 
Homer's Penny Stories . . W 242 
Hornsea Guardian .. .. W 139 
Hornsey Journal . . W 96 

Horological Journal . . . M 242 
Horse and Hoimd . . . . "W 87 

Horseman Q 242 

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 . . . . M 242 
Household Brigade Mag. . . Q 242 
Housing Journal .. .. Q 242 

Hove Gazette "^ 140 

Howdenshire Gazette (Goole) Tff 134 
Howdenshire Chronicle 

fPocklington) .. .. W 163 

Hoylake Free Press . . . , W 242 

Hucknall Dispatch . . . . W 140 

Huddersfleld Advertiser .. W 242 

,, District Advertiser W 242 

„ Daily Examiner D 140 

„ Examiner . . W 140 

„ Worker . . "V?" 140 

Hugo's French Journal .. W 242 

Hull and East Yorks Times W 140 

„ and Lines. News . , "W" 140 

i< .. .1 Times .. W 140 

,, Band of Hope . . . . Q 242 

„ Catholic Herald . . 'W 140 

„ Dally News .. ..1)140 

X News y^ 140 

„ Trades Labour Journal M 242 
„ Trade Transit . . . . M 242 

Humanist j^ 242 

Humanitarian M 242 

,. Era .. .. "W 242 

Humanity M 243 

Huutingdonshire Post 
„ ., ^ (Huntingdon) W 141 
Huntly Express . . . . W 200 
Hunts County News 

(Huntingdon) W 141 

Hurst Jobnian . . M 243 

Hyde Reporter . . . . W 141 

Hy the Advertiser . . . . W 141 

,, Reporter .. .. W 141 



This 

I ce and Cold Storage 
LC.S. Student 

Ideaa 

tlford Guardian 
,, Recorder 
Dfracombe Chronicle 
I, Oasette ,. 



.. Q 243 
.. M 243 
.. M 243 
.. W 248 
.. Wl41 
.. W 141 
.. W 141 

.. wm 



PAQK 

Ilkeston Advertiser . . . . W 141 

Pioneer .. . . W 141 

Ilkley Free Press . . "W 141 

„ Gazette W 141 

Illuminating Engineer . . M 243 
Illustrated Carpenter and 

Builder .. .. W 243 
„ Chronicle CNewcastle) D 166 
„ Kennel News . . . . W 243 
,, London News .. "W 87 

„ Official Jrnl. of Patents W 243 
„ Parish Monthly . . M 243 
„ Police News .. "W 87 

„ Poultry Record .. M 248 
,, Sporting £ Dramatic 

News .. .. W 87 

„ .Sunday Herald .. 'W 81 

,, Temperance Chronicle W 243 

„ Monthly M 243 

„ Western Weekly 

News (Plymouth) W 162 
„ Wrexham Argus .. M 243 

Imeldist M 243 

Imp -^ 243 

Impartial Reporter 

(Enniskillen) W 212 

Imperial & Asiatic Quarterly Q 243 

,, Cadet Magazine .. M 243 

„ Colonist .. .. M 243 

,, Register .. .. M 243 

Imperlaliiit W 87 

Implement Review .. .. M 243 

Impressions M 243 

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

Music Gaz. 8-Y 243 

,, Phonographic Jrnl. Q 248 

Indent Gazette . . . . W 243 

Independent Methodist . . M 243 

Index Library Q 243 

,, Medicus .. .. M 243 

,, to Periodicals H-Y 248 

,, totheTimea .. .. Q 243 

India -w 243 

„ Rubber Journal . . 'W 243 
Indian Antiquary . . M 243 

„ Appeals .. .. M ■.i43 

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

„ Military Record F 243 

„ Railway Gazette . . M 243 
India's Women . . . . M 243 

Indicator D 98 

Individualist . . . . . Q 243 

Industrial Engineer . . . . F 243 
, • '1 .. P™8'"e88 .. H-Y 243 
Infants Magazine . . M 243 

Inflnito 243 

Ingenlero Industrial .. u 243 

Ingenieur Induatriel .. M 243 

Inquirer W 244 

Institute Journal . . . . M 244 
,, Magazine .. Q 244 

„ Optometrist .. M 244 

Instructor M 244 

Insurance M 244 

„ and Finance 

Chronicle .. F 87 

ti Advocate .. .. M 244 

n Agent and Review M 244 

II Agents' News .. M 244 

„ andFinancial Gazette M 244 

,1 Banking Review.. M 244 

., Freeman .. .. M 244 

Oem .. M 244 

II Index .. M 244 

I, Journal .. M 244 

If Magazine .. H-Y 244 

Mail ..■W244 

Man .. .. M 244 

11 News .. .. P 244 

II Observer .. .. 'W 87 

Opinion .. .. M 244 

II Record .. ,. t^ gy 

II Spectator .. .. P 244 

I, Truth .. .. M 244 

II World .. F 244 

International Catalogue of 

Scient. Lit, . . 244 

„ Co-operative Bul- 

letin .. m:244 

,1 Customs Journal M 244 
„ Good Templar . . M 244 
n Journal of ApocryphaQ244 
I, Journal of Ethics Q244 
.• ,1 of Orthodontics M 244 
„ Marine EngineeringM 244 
I, Psychic Gazette . . M 244 
I, Review of Missions Q 244 
II Sugar Journal M 244 

I, Theosophical Chron- 
icle ■ ■ M 244 
I, Women's Suffrage 

News .. .. jj 244 



FAQB 

Invergordon Times . . . . W 200 

Inverness Courier 2 W 200 

„ Football Times . . 'W 200 

Inventor M 244 

Investmeut Register . . M 244 

Investor's Guardian .. .. 'W 87 
„ Monthly Manual M 244 
„ Review .. .. W 87 
Invicta Magazine . . Q 244 

I.P.S. Quarterly .. .. Q 244 
Ipswich School Magazine 8 Y 244 
Ireland's Gazette . . P 244 

Ireland's Own W 244 

I, Saturday Night 

(Belfast) W 208 
Irish and Scotch Linen and 

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

,, Churchman ,. .. M 244 

,, Citizen M 244 

„ Civil Service Review . . M 244 
,, Congregational Mag. SI 244 
„ CyoUst and Motor 

Cyclist Yf 244 

„ D. Telegraph (London- 
derry) D 213 

II Draper M 244 

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

„ Farmer "W" 244 

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

I, Grocer Tff 245 

I, Grocery World .. W 246 
,, Homestead .. .. 'W 246 
,1 Independent (Dublin) I) 211 
„ Industrial Journal . . 'W 245 
„ Investors' Guardian .. P 245 
„ Ironmonger . . M 245 
„ Journalist .. .. M 245 
,, Jul. of Secondary Edu- 
cation M 246 

„ Law Times (Dublin) .. W 211 
11 L"e .. .. .. W 246 

„ Limelight .. .. M 246 

„ Military Guide.. .. M 245 

„ Monthly .. .. M 246 

I, Nation YT 246 

,1 Naturalist .. .. M 246 
,, News (Belfast) .. .. D 20S 
„ Notes (Newcastle West) W 214 
„ Opinion (Dublin) . . 'W 211 

I, Outlook 'W 246 

„ Post (Cavan) . . . . W 209 
,1 Postal Guardian .. 11245 

„ Presbyterian .. .. M 246 

I, Printer M 246 

,, Protestant .. M 246 

„ Racing Calendar . . 'W 246 

I, Beporta jj 246 

II Rosary M 246 

„ School Weekly . . . . "W" 245 
II Society (Dublin) .. 'W 246 

„ Templar M 245 

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

I, Tobacco Trade Journal M 246 

I, Tourist M 246 

„ Weekly (Belfast) . . W 208 
II ,1 Independent 

(Dublin) W 211 
,1 Mail (Dublin) W 211 
Irlam and Cadishead Tele- 
graph W 14S 

Iron and Coal Trades Review W 87 

II I, Steel Trades JoumalW 83 

Ironmonger . , . . "V^ gg 

Ironmongers' Weekly . . W 245 

IiTine Herald Tff 200 

II Times W 2ii0 

„ Valley News .. .. 'W' 246 
Islamic Review . . . . M 246 
Island Star (Newport) .. 'W 166 
Isle of Ely Advertiser (Wis- 
bech) . . . . 2 W 186 
,1 of Man Examiner 

(Douglas) W 217 
>■ I, ,, Times (Douglas) D 217 
II of Wight Advertiser 

(Ventnor) W 181 
n II i> Chronicle 

(Sandown) W 170 
II ,, II Guardian 

(Shanklin) W 171 
,. II „ Herald (Cowes) W 126 
n I, I, Journal 

(Newport) W 167 
II II f, Mercury 

(Ventnor) W 181 

Observer(Ryde)W 168 

II II 1. Times (Ryde),. W 168 



Islington Gazette . . 


FAOI 

.. D 96 


1, Guardian .. 


.. W 96 


II News 


.. W 96 



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

Jarmans Wrexham A. B. C. M 246 
Jarrold's Time Tables . . M 245 
Jarrow Express . . . W 142 

Jedburgh Gazette .. W 200 

Jersey Illustrated Weekly . . W 217 
„ Weekly Post .. .. W217 

Jester W 245 

Jeweller and Metalworker . . p 246 

Jewellers' Trade Advertiser M 246 

,, Journal .. .. 'W 245 

Jewish Chronicle .. .. 'W 88 

,1 Evening News .. D 80 

„ Express . . . . D 79 

I, Times.. .. D 79 

,1 Missionary Herald . . M 245 

I, ,1 Intelligence . . M 245 

,1 Quarterly Review .. Q 246 

I, Review B-M 246 

„ World 'W 88 

John Bull VB" 88 

John O'Oroat's Jouml(Wick)'W 205 

Johnian g-Y 245 

Johnson & Sanderson's Stock 

Exchange Report . . 'W 2ib 
Johnstone Advertiser . . 'V?' 200 
Joint Stock Co.'s Journal . . 'W 88 
Jose Lille's Juvenile Dress- 
maker M 246 

Josd Lille's Practical 

Fashions M 246 

Journal, and Proceedings of 
Permanent 
Way Inst. ..3Y246 
II and Transactions of 

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

Science.. .. Q 245 
,, Alchemical Society — 245 

II Amalgamated 

Society of Tailors Q 246 
,1 Anatomy .. .. Q 246 
I. Ass. Teachers of 

Mathematics 8-Y 246 
II Board of Agricul- 
ture .. .. M 246 
,1 Botany .. .. M 246 
„ Brit. Astronomical 

Assoc. .. M 246 

„ Cancer .. .. Q 246 
.1 Central Chambers 

of Agriculture M 246 
n Central Asian Soc. Q 246 
„ Chemical Society M 246 
I. „ Technology M 246 

,1 Clerks o( Works 

Association .. M 247 
„ Clinical ResearchS-Y 246 
I, Commerce 

(Liverpool) . . D 147 
II Comparative 

Legislation .. U 246 
I, Comparative 

Pathology .. Q 246 
,, Conchology . . o 246 
II Cork Historical 

Society .. Q 246 

I, Decorative Art . . M 246 
M Department of 
Agriculture 
Ireland .. Q 246 

II Domestic Appli- 

ances .. .. M 246 
„ F,ast India Assoc. Q 146 
,1 Ecology . . . . Q 246 
,1 Education .. M 246 

II Egyptian Arch- 

reology . . . . Q 246 
I, English Studies a-r 246 
„ Experimental 

Pedagogy ..3-Y 246 
II Farmers' Club e-Y247 
I, Forestry . . . . Q 246 
II Friends' Historical 

Society Q 247 
,1 Gardeners' Assoc. 

B-M 246 
I, Genetics . . . . Q 246 
„ Gipsy Lore Society Q 247 
,1 Hellenic studiesH-'Y 246 
I, H.M. Customs 

and Excise F 246 
I, Hygiene .. .. Q 246 
I, Imperial Arts 

league.. .. Q 247 
II Inc. Soc. of Trained 

Masseuses .. If 247 
11 Indian Art . . Q 246 
„ Inst, of Actuaries — 247 
I, Inst, of Bankers M 247 



COMPLETE BRITISH ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



39 



rAQi 

Joornklot Init. of Banken 

In Ireland Q 247 
InstofKrewIng 4 Y 247 
„ Inal. of British 

Carriaite Mnftra. M 3)7 
„ Inst, of CarpeDt«n Q 247 

,, Inst, of Elec- 
trical Knglnecrs — 247 
„ Inst. o( Metals H-T 247 
n Inst, of Municipal 

Engineers .. Q 247 
„ Inst, retroleiim 

TechnoloKists d 247 
„ Inst, "f l^anitarj 

Engineers .. M 247 
„ Insurance Brokers Q 246 
„ Iron and Steel 

Institute H-X 247 

,, Kildare Archl. 

Society .. H-Y 246 
„ Land Agents' So- 
ciety .. .. M 247 
H I«ar>-ngology, &c. M 246 
,, Leeds UniTeraity 

Textile Asso. . . Q 246 
,, Linnean Society — 247 
„ London Society Q 247 
„ Manchester Geog. 

Society.. .. Q 247 
„ Marine Itlological 

Assoc HY 247 

„ Marine Engineers 

Assoc Q 247 

„ Mental Science.. Q 246 

, Micrology .. — 246 

„ National Poultry 

OrganlsationSoc. Q 247 
„ National Society 

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

„ Operative Stone 

Masons .. F 247 
„ Pathology .. Q 246 

„ Philatelic Litera- 

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

„ Physiology .. a 246 
„ Quekett Club H-Y 247 
„ Koman Studies H-Y 246 
M Kontgen Soc. . . Q 247 
„ Royal Anthropo- 
logical Inst. H-Y 247 
„ The Royal 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 F 247 
„ Royal Microscopic 

Society.. B-M 217 
„ Royal Naral Med- 
ical Service . . Q 247 
„ Royal Society of 
Antiquaries in 
Ireland.. . Q 247 

„ Royal SUtistical 

Society.. .. M 247 
„ Royal U.S. Insti- 
tution .. M 248 
„ Sanitarylnstitute Q 217 
Scientific Phy.si- 

cal Training 3-Y 246 
„ Society Architects Q 248 
„ Soc. of Arts . . W 83 
,, Soc. of Chemical 

Industry .. F 248 
„ Soc. of Dyers 

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

Clerks of Works M 248 
,, Society Preven- 
tion of Cancer Q 248 
,, State Medicine .. M 246 
„ 8. African Ornith- 

ologists' Union 8-Y 248 
„ Theological Studies Q 248 
„ Tropical Medicine F 248 
„ U.S. Institution of 

India .. .. Q 248 
„ Welsh Biblio- 
graphical Soc H-Y248 
„ Zoological ResearchQ 248 
Jonmeyman Baker's Mag. .. M 248 
Junior Inst, of Engineers' 

Journal . . M 248 

„ Mechanics and 

Electricity .. .. M 248 
-Juridical Review . . Q 248 

Justice W 88 

„ of thePeaee.. .. W 88 

JoTenlle Rechabite . . . . M 248 

„ Templar .. M 348 



Kahncrete Engineering BM 248 
elghley News .. .. W 142 
Ki'llorlt's List of Vessels .. M 248 
Kelly's Trade Review .. M 248 

Kelso Chronicle . . . . W 200 

„ Mall W 200 

Kemp's Lancashire Oasette W 248 
, Gazette for Wales . . F 248 
„ Mercantile Oazette.. W 248 
„ Midland Oazette . . F 248 
„ Northern Gazette .. W 248 
„ Bouth-Kastern 

Oazetto .. .. F 248 
„ Wales' Gazette .. 'W 248 
„ Yorkshire Oazette 'W 248 

Kendallan SY 248 

Kenllworth Advertiser . . W 142 

Kennel Gazette .. M 248 

Kensington News .. W 96 

Kent Argus (Ramsgste) . . W 165 

„ Courler(l'unbridgeWells)W 180 

„ Fenclble . . M 248 

„ Herald (Canterbury).. W 118 

„ Mercantile Gazette .. M 248 

„ Messenger (Ashford) .. "W 108 

„ Messenger(Maidstone) 8 W 160 

„ and Sussex Post 

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

(Woolwich) ■W 96 

,, Mercury(Greenwich) W 96 

„ Observer<CantTbry) W 118 

„ Telegram (Deal) .. W 126 

Kerry Advocate (Tralee) . . W 216 

„ News (Tralee) . . 3 W 216 

„ Prefs (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 142 

„ Times .. 'W 143 

Kilburn Times . . W 96 

Kildare Observer (Naas) . . 'W 214 

Kilkenny Journal 2 W 213 

„ Moderator 2 W 213 

People .. W 213 

Killamey Echo (Tralee) .. 'W 216 

Klhnamock Herald . . . W 200 

„ Standard .. 'W 200 

Kllrush Herald .. .. W 218 

Kilsyth Chronicle .. .. W 201 

„ Journal .. 'W 201 

Kilwinning Chronicle . . W 201 

Kincardine Observer (L'kirk) 'W 201 

Kindergarten & First Grade M 248 

Kinematograph & Lantern 

Weekly W 248 

Kinematograph Weekly .. W 248 
Kineton Advertiser .. .. "W 143 

Kingdom M 248 

King's College Review . .8Y 248 

„ „ School Magazine 8-Y 248 

„ „ Science Jnl. ..3-Y 248 

„ CountyChronicle(Birr) 'W 209 

„ „ Independent.. W 216 

„ Highway .. M 248 

,, Messenger .. .. M 248 

„ Messengers .. .. M 248 

Kingsbridge Gazette .. W 143 

„ Guardian .. W 143 

„ Journal .. W 143 

KingBwood Magazine B-M 248 

Kington Times (Leominster) W 146 

Kinrosshire Advertiser . . 'W 201 

„ Courier . . . . 'W 201 

Kirkcaldy Mail . . .. yf iOl 

„ Times .. .. W 201 

Kirkcudbright Advertiser 

(Castle Douglas) . . . . W 193 
Kirkintilloch Gazette . . 'W 201 
„ Herald .. W 201 
Kirriemuir Free Press . . "W 201 
„ Observer .. W liOl 
Knaresborough Post . . 'W 143 
Knight's Government Re- 
ports M 248 

Knowledge Q 24S 

Knutsford Advertiser . . W 143 

„ Guardian.. 2 W 143 

Kokka M 248 



La Blouse 2- Y 249 

aboratory Jonnial .. O 249 
Labour Gazette . , . . M 249 
,, Leader (Manchester) W 151 

„ News W 88 

.. Voice 'W 248 

,, Woman 1{ 248 



rAOB 

LaChroniqna 'W B8 

Ladies' College Magazine H-Y 249 

„ Cutter . . M 249 

„ Field W 88 

„ Pall Mall Fashions.. 6 249 
,, Tailor .. M 249 

„ Wear Trade Journal M 249 

Lady 'W 88 

Udy of the House . . . . M 249 

La4ty'sCatalngue of Fashions 3-Y"4d 

„ Companion . . W 249 

., Realm M 249 

„ Worid M 249 

,, Pictorial .. W 88 

r,a Petite Revue .. .. M 249 

LaHenr'sFifed^ Drum Journal 249 

,, Orchestral Journal 249 

Lakes Herald (Ambleside).. 'W 102 

I-ake'» Falmouth Packet . . W 132 

,. Local Railway Tables M 249 

La Metropole . . D 79 

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

L'lnd^p^ndance Beige . . D 79 

Ump of China .. .. Q 249 

Lanark Gazette (Lanark) . . W 201 

Lanarkshire (Hamilton) . . 2 'W 199 

„ Examiner . . 'W 201 

Lanarkshire Catholic Herald 'W 1^8 

Lancashire Daily Post(Pre8ton) D 164 

„ & YorksTime Tbl M 249 

Life .. .. M 249 

„ Naturalist .. M 249 

Lancaster Guardian .. .. W 143 

„ Observer .. .. 'W 143 

,, P.S.A. Messenger M 249 

Lancet W 88 

Lancing College Magazine 9 "Y 249 
Laudof Sinim .. Q 249 

„ Agents' Record . . W 88 

„ and Water .. .. 'W 88 
,, Nationaliser .. M 249 

„ Union Journal . . . . M 249 

„ Values M 249 

Langport Herald . . W 144 

Largs Weekly News . . . . W 201 

Lame Times W 213 

Laryngoscope M 249 

Latter Day Saints' Millenial 

SUr 'W 249 

Laughable Dialogues . . M 249 

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

„ News M 249 

„ Record .. .. M 249 

Law Journal VIT 88 

„ ,, Reports .. M 249 
„ Magazine Si Review . . Q 249 

,, Notes M 249 

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

,, Reports M 249 

„ Society's Oazette .. M 249 
,, Students' Journal ., M 249 

„ Times W 88 

„ „ Report* .. .. W 249 

Lawn Tennis W 249 

Lawrentian .. .. S-'Y 249 

Laxtonian 8Y249 

Lay Reader M 249 

Laymen's Bulletin .. .. Q 249 
Leach's Catalogue of Fashions Q 2S0 
„ Family Dressmaker.. M 250 
„ Home Needlework Bl-M 260 
Leader (Dublin) .. .. W 211 
League News . . 2-Y 260 

Leamington A. B.C. Time 

Tables .. M 260 

„ County Chron... 'VV 144 

„ Daily Circular . . D 250 

„ Spa Courier . . W 144 

Leather Goods . . . . — 250 

„ World . . . . W 250 

, Trades' Review .. W S^ 

Ledbury Guardian . . W 144 

„ Reporter .. .. W 144 

Lee Journal W 96 

Leeds Catholic Herald .. 'W 144 
„ Hospital Magazine . . M 260 
„ Mercury .. D 144 

Leek Post 'W 146 

„ Times W 145 

Legal Circular M 260 

„ Diary D 280 

Leicester A.B.C. Guide .. M 260 
„ Advertiser.. .. W 146 
„ Catholic News . . W 146 
„ Chronicle .. .. W 145 
Daily Mercury . . D 145 
„ „ Post . . . . D 146 

„ Journal .. W 145 

Mail D 146 

Leigh Chronicle . . W 146 

„ Journal and Times . . W 148 

Leighton Buzzard Observer "W 146 

„ ,, Reporter .. W 146 

Leinster Express (Maryboro') W 214 

„ Leader (Naas) . . W 214 

„ Beporter<TuUamore)'W 216 



paaa 
Lahton ObMrrer .. W (SO 

Leisure Hour Library . . M 260 
Ulth Kurghs Pilot . . 2 W 202 
,, Commercial List . . D 202 
,, Observer .. W 20* 

Lcitrim Advertiser (Mohll!) 'W 2U 
I^ltriin observer (Carrick- 

on-Sbannon) . . 'V7 S09 
Lennox Herald (Dumbarton) W IM 
Leoiliensian B-M 260 

Leominster Newt ., W 146 

Le Rayon de Soleil . . . . M 260 
Les Chaiieani . . HY 250 

lyCS Chroiiiques des Jersey 2 TV 217 
Les Klegances Parisiennes . . M 260 
Leslie's Time Tables . . M 260 

Let us Talk Shop .. .. M 260 
I.e Tailleur do Paris . . 4-Y 2S0 

Leven Advertiser . . W 202 

Leven Hail W 202 

Lewlsham Advertiser .. W 97 

,, Borough News .. W 97 

,, Journal .. .. W 97 

I^yland and Farlngton News W 122 

Ley's Fortnightly .. .. F 260 

Ley ton Advertiser .. .. W 250 

„ Express .. 'W' 97 

Leytonstone Express . . 'W 97 

Liberal Magazine .. .. Ji 250 

„ Monthly .. M 260 

Liberator Q 250 

8'W'260 

Librarian M 2.50 

Library Q 250 

,, Assistant ., .. M 250 

„ Association Record M 250 

„ Circular .. Q 260 

,, Journal .- M 250 

„ World .. M 260 

Licence Holder .. W 250 

Licensed Trade News . . W 250 

„ Victuallers' Gazette 'W 89 

Licensing World . . . . yf 89 

Lichfield Diocesan Magazine H 260 

,, Mercury .. .. W 146 

Life of Faith W 260 

„ and Work M 250 

Life Boat Journal . . H Y 2.50 

Li4ht.Bearer .. .. 3111260 

Light W 89 

„ and Truth .. Q 260 

„ Car 'W 250 

„ „ and Cycle Car . . W 250 

„ in the Home . . . . M 250 

Lighting Journal . . . . Q 250 

Limerick dironicle . . 8 W 213 

„ Echo .. 2'W213 

„ Leader 8 W 213 

Lincoln Diocesan Magazine M 250 

„ Gazette .. .. 'W 146 

„ Leader .. 'W' 146 

„ Mercury (Stamford) "Vy 175 

Lincolnshire Chronicle 

(Lincoln) 'W 146 
„ Echo (Lincoln) D 147 

„ Free Press 

(Spalding) W 174 
,, NotesA Queries Q 250 

„ Railway Guide M 250 

„ Standard 

(Boston) W 112 

8tar(Briag).. "W lU 

Linen Trade Circular .. "W 260 

Link M 250 

Links of Help M 260 

Linlithgow Gazette . . . . 'W 202 

Linotype Notes .. .. M 250 

Lisburn Herald . . . . W 213 

„ Standard . . W 213 

Literary Guide . . M 250 

„ and Musical Review M 260 

World .. M 250 

Little Folks M 250 

„ Gleaner M 2.50 

„ One's Treasury . . M 260 

Littlebamptou Gazette . . 'W 147 
„ Observer .. 'W 147 

Littleport Gazette .. .. W 147 
Live Stock Journal . . . . 'W 89 
Liverpool A.B.C. Guide .. M 251 
„ Brokers' Assoc. Cir- 
cular .. .. W 261 
,, Catholic Herald.. 'W' 147 
„ CongregatL Mag. M 261 
„ Customs Bill of 

Entry .. D 261 

„ Daily Courier .. D 147 
,, ,t Post and 

Mercury.. .. D 147 
„ Diocesan Gazette M 261 
„ Echo .. .. D 147 
„ Evening Express D 147 
„ Football Echo . . 'W 147 
„ Golfer . . M 261 

„ Medico.Chir.Jml.H-Y261 
„ Stock Exc. List . . D 261 
„ Weekly Post . . 'W 147 
,, Y.M.C.A. News .. M 261 



4d 



THE NEWSPAPER PREsS DtREcf ORY. 



PAGK 

Liveryman — 250 

Living Waters M 251 

Llaii A'r Dy wjBOgaeth (Lam- 
peter) W 143 

LlandaiT Diocesan Magazine Q 251 

Llandudno Advertiser .. W 148 

„ Directory .. W 148 

„ Junctn. Standard W 148 

„ News .. W 148 

„ Register.. .. W 148 

„ Standard .. W 148 

Llanelly Argus .. .. W 148 

„ Guardian .. .. W 148 

„ Mercury .. .. W 148 

Star W 148 

Llanfairfechan News . . W 148 

Standard . . W 148 

Llangollen Advertiser . . W 148 

Llanrwst Free Press . . . . W 149 

„ News .. .. W 149 

,, Standard .. .. W 149 

Llovd's Weekly Index .. W 89 

„ List D 80 

„ Magazine . . . . M 251 

„ Weekly News . . W 81 

„ Weekly Summary.. W 89 

Local (Tottenham) .. .. M 251 

,, Acts During Sessions M 251 

„ Goverument Chronicle "W" 89 

„ ,, Journal.. W 89 

„ Preachers' Magazine.. M 251 

Lochgeliy News .. . . W 202 

Lockerbie News . . . . W 202 

Lock to Lock Times . . . . W 261 

Locomotive Journal . . , . M 251 

„ Magazine .. M 251 

Lodestone 8Y251 

Loftus Advertiser . . . . W 149 
London Apartments Adver- 
tiser .. .. 'W251 
„ Art Fashions .. M 251 
„ and Counties Journal M 251 
,, and China Express W 89 
,, ,, Telegraph W 89 
„ and General Freiglit 

Market Report . . D 251 
,, and North Western 

Gazette . . M 251 

„ „ Time Tables M 261 

,, and Provincial Mag. M 251 
„ and South Western 

Time Tables H-Y 251 
„ and Suburban Tra- 
ders' Federation 
Review .. .. Q 251 
„ B. & S.C. Time 

Tables .. .. M 251 
„ Builder .. .. M 261 
,, City 31ission Magazine M 251 
,, City Mission Mess- 
enger . . . . M 251 
„ Commercial Record W 89 
,, Corn Circular .. F 251 
I, County Council 

Gazette W 261 

I, County Council Staff 

Gazette .. .. M 261 
,, Crusader .. .. M 261 
„ Customs Bill of Entry D 251 
., „ „ (Coal) M 261 

,, Diocesan Magazine M 261 
,, Gazette . . 2 'W 89 
„ „ Supplements — 251 

„ Grain Reporter . . D 251 
„ Hospital Gazette . . M 251 
„ Illustrated Weekly VT 252 
,, Leader . . . . W 252 

„ Life W 252 

„ Magazine .. .. M 252 

„ Mail W 89 

„ Municipal Notes . . M 252 
,, Musical Courier . . YT 252 
„ Opinion .. .. W 89 
„ Philatelist . . . . M 262 
,, Pillar of Fire .. M •<!52 
,, Quarterly Review . . Ct 252 
,, Scottish Regimental 

Gazette . . . . M 252 
„ Signal .. .. M 262 

„ Tailor .. .. M 252 

„ Teacher .. .. 'W252 
,, Telegraph .. .. 'W 252 
,, Temperance Times M 252 
„ Time Table . . . . M 252 
„ Typographical JourualM 252 
„ University Gazette M 252 
„ Welshman .. .. W 89 
Londonderry Sentinel S W 213 
Londonian .. .. 8 Y 251 

Londra Roma W 89 

Londres Hebdomadaire . . W 252 

Long Eaton Advertiser .. W 149 

Longford Independent .. W 214 

,, Journal .. .. VT 214 

Leader W 214 

Lord's Day Q 262 

„ Portion ., .. Q 262 



PAGE 

Lorettonian F 252 

Lothians Express (Batligate) 'W 192 
Lotinga's Week-end Special "W" 252 

liOt-o'-Fun W 252 

Loughborough Echo . . . . W 149 

„ Herald .. W 149 

„ Monitor .. W 149 

„ Times .. "W 149 

Loughrea Guardian .. .. W 214 

Loughton Advei-tiser . . W 149 

Louth Advertiser . . 2 'W 149 

„ Observer .. .. 'W' 149 

Lowestoft Journal . . . . W 149 

„ Time Tables . . M 262 

Lowestoft Weekly Press . . W 149 

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 Mirror .. .. "W" 150 
Lymington Chronicle . . "W" 150 

Lynn Advertiser . . . . "W 143 

„ Football Star . . . W 252 

,, News W 143 

Lytham Standard . . . . W 160 
„ Times .. .. W 160 



M. A. B M 252 
acclesfleld Advertiser W 150 
„ Courier .. W 150 
„ Times .. W 160 
McCall's Racing Chronicle.. M 262 
McFaddeu's Physical 

Culture M 252 

Machinery W 252 

„ Market .. .. W 89 
Machine Wood-worker . . M 252 
Madame Maude's Catalogue 

of Fashions.. .. H-Y 262 
Made in Britain .. .. W 252 
Magazine of the London 

Royal Free Hospital 8 Y 252 
„ of Wesleyan Metho- 
dist Church M 252 

Magic M 252 

„ Circular .. .. M 252 

Magician M 252 

Magisterial Cases , , • • Q 252 

Magnet (Leeds) . . . . M 252 

„ Library (London) . . 'W 252 

Maidenhead Advertiser . . W 150 

„ Chronicle . . 'W 150 

Mail 8W 89 

Malacological Society's Pro- 
ceedings Q 262 

Malcolm's Time Table . . M 262 

Maldon Advertiser .. .. P 161 

„ Express . . . . W 161 

Malthusian M 262 

Malton Messenger . . . , W 151 
Malvern Gazette .. ..'W'151 
„ News .. .. 'W 161 

Malvernian .. .. 6 'Y 252 

Managing Engineer . , . . M 252 
Printer .. .. — 252 
Manchester Catholic Herald "W 161 
„ Chamber of Com- 

merce Record M 262 
City News . . 'W 151 
,, Evening Chronicle D 162 
,, ,, News .. D 162 

,, Geological Society M 252 
,, Guardian .. D 152 

„ Lit. Soc.Procdgs. 3 Y 252 
„ Postal Guide .. M 262 
„ Quarterly .. Q 263 
„ Rail. Guide . . jj 252 
„ South District 

Advertiser .. 'W 152 
„ Weekly Press .. 'W 253 
„ Weekly Times . . W 162 

., Wheelers' Club 

Journal 6-Y 253 

Mannin H-Y 263 

Mansfield Advertiser . . W 152 

„ Chronicle .. .. 'W 162 

„ Rail Guide .. M 253 

„ Reporter .. .. 'W 162 

Manual Training Magazine M 253 

Manufacturer's Illustrated 

Post .. .. M 263 
„ Prices Current Q 363 

Manx Church Magazine . . M 253 
,, Wesleyan Church 

Record . . . . M 253 

Marconigrama .. .. M 263 

Margate Gazette . . . . W" 153 

Marine Caterer . . . . M 253 

„ Engineer .. .. M '263 

„ Engineering .. M 253 

,, Magaaiue .. .. Q 253 



PAGE 

Mariner M 253 

MarketHarboroughAdvertiserW 153 

„ Mail M 253 

., Rasen Mail . . . . "W 163 
Mark Lane Express . . . . 'W 89 

Marvel 'W 253 

Maryhill Herald .. ..■W'^02 

Marylebone Mercury . . "W 97 

„ Record .. .. 'W 97 

„ Times .. .. W 97 

Maryport News . . . . W 163 

Mascot 3-Y263 

Mascot Novels M 263 

Mashamshire Standard . . "W 167 

Mask Q 263 

Master Builders' Journal . . W 253 

„ Baker P 263 

Mastery M 253 

Maternity & Child Welfare M 263 

Mathematical Gazette .. M 253 

„ Notes.. ..3Y253 

Questions ..H-Y253 

Mathieson's Fortnightly List F 253 

Matlock Visitor . . . . W 153 

Matrimonial Circle . . . . M 253 

„ Gazette .. M 263 

„ Post .. .. M 263 

Standard . . Q 253 

Times .. .. M 253 

Mayfair 'W 89 

Mayo News (Westport) . . W 216 

Meaning of Life .. .. M253 

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 253 

,, Missions . . . M 263 

„ OfBcer .. .. 'W 89 

„ Press 'W 90 

,, Review .. .. M 253 
,, Temperance Review Q 253 
„ Times .. .. 'W 263 

„ World . . . . W 263 

Melton Mowbray Journal . . W 153 
„ „ Times .. 'W 163 

Men's Magazine . . . . Q 263 

„ Wear W 90 

Mercantile Guardian .. M 263 

„ Marine Service 

Reporter . . M 253 

„ Test . . . . M 263 

Merchant Service Review .. M 253 

.Mercy and Truth . . Bl-M 263 

Merioneth News (Dolgelly).. 'W 128 

Mermaid .. B-M 253 

Merry and Bright . . ..■«?■ 253 

Merthyr Express . . W 163 

Message from God . . . . M 253 

„ of the Church . . M 254 

Messenger (Belfast) .. B-M 254 

„ Children (Presby. 

Ch.) .. .. M264 

„ of Mathematics . . M 254 

„ of Sacred Heart.. M 264 

Metal Bulletin . . S-'W 254 

„ Industry . . . . 'W 264 

Meteor M 254 

Methodist Expositor . . M 264 

„ Recorder . . . . W 90 

„ Times .. . . 'W 90 

Metropolitan Fashions .. Q 254 

„ Water .. .. M 254 

.Mexborough Times .. .. W 163 

Midday Sporting Special 

(Leeds) D 264 

Mid-Cumberland Herald W 1B2 

(Penrith) 
,, Devon Times (Newton 

Abbot) . . 'W 167 

„ „ Advertiser(New- 

ton Abbot) .. 'W 157 
,, Lothian Advertiser 

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

bello) W 204 

,, Rhondda Gazette (Pont- 
ypridd) . . . . W 183 
„ Sussex Times 

(Hayward's Heath) . . 'W 137 

„ Ulster Mail (Cookstown) W 210 

Middleham Opinion.. .. W 254 

Middlesbrough School Mag. 8 Y 264 

,, Standard 

(Redcar) W 106 
Middlesex Advertiser 

(, Uxbridge) .. 'W 181 
,, Chronicle 

(Hounslow) .. 'W 140 
,, County Times 

(Ealing) 2 W 97 

„ Hospital Archives 8 Y 264 

>> ,, Journal.. — 264 

-Mlddleton Guardian.. .. 'W 154 

„ Standard .. 'W 164 



PAGE 

Midhurst Times .. .. 'W 164 
Midland Advertiser 

(Wedneshury) .. 'W 183 
„ Chronicle (West Brom- 

wich) .. 'W 183 

„ Counties Advertiser 

(Roscrea) .. 'W 216 

Midland Counties Express 

(Wolverhampton) W 186 
,, Counties Herald 

(Birmingham) .. W 109 
,, Counties Trilmne 

(Nuneaton) . . W 160 
,, Daily Telegraph 

(Coventry) .. D 126 
,, Daily Tribune 

(Nuneaton) .. D 160 
„ Mail (Market Har- 

borough) .. "W 163 

„ Medical Journal . . M 254 
„ Railway Time 

TablesHY254 
„ Reporter 

(Mullingar) 2 'W 214 
„ Sporting Gazette 

(Nott'ra.) D 159 

,, Sunbeam .. .. M 254 

„ TemperanceWitnessM 254 

„ Tribune (Birr) .. 'W 203 

Mildenhall Post .. .. ^W 164 

Milestones Q 254 

Milford Haven Gazette .. 'W 154 

„ Record Society . . — 254 

Military Cyclist . . . . a 254 

„ Journal .. .. M 254 

„ Mail Vr 90 

„ March Journal . . M 254 

Miller "W 90 

Millers' Gazette .. .. ^W 264 
Millgate Monthly . . . . M 254 
Mill Hill Magazine .. .. M 254 

Milling W 254 

Millom Gazette .. ..■W164 

News W 164 

Milnga vie Herald .. .. 'W 202 

Mind Q 254 

Minehead Advertiser . . "W 154 

Mine Host M 254 

Mineral Water Trade Review M 254 

Mineralogical Magazine .. O 254 

Mining Journal . . . . W 90 

,, Magazine .. .. M 264 

„ News "W 90 

„ World .. W 90 

Minister's Gazette of Fashion M 264 
Minutes of Institute of Civil 

Engineers .. .. H-Y 264 

Mirfield Herald . . . . W 154 

Reporter .. .. W 164 

Mirror of Life . . . . 'W 90 

Miscellanea Genealogica . . Q 254 

Misericordia M 254 

Mission Field (S.P.G.) .. M 2.64 
II II (Foreign) . . M 264 

Missionary Echo .. .. M 264 
„ Gazette . . . . M 254 

„ Herald (Belfast) M 254 

11 Leaves . . . . M 264 

„ Quarterly .. Q 254 

„ Review .. .. M 254 

Mitcham Advertiser .. W 164 

„ Gazette .. ..WO? 
11 Herald .. .. W 164 
11 Mercury .. .. W 97 
.Model Engineer . . . . 'W 256 
„ Railways and Loco- 
motives . . . . M 255 
Modelling Monthly . . B-M 264 
Modern Astrology .. .. M 265 
„ Churchman . . . . M '^65 
„ Language Review . . Q 266 
„ „ Teaching 8 Y 265 

„ Life 'W 265 

„ Lithographer .. M 255 
„ Medicine .. .. M 255 

Moffat News 'W 202 

Monaghan Democrat .. W 214 
Mona'a Herald (Douglas) . . 'W 217 

Money "W 90 

„ Market Review .. W 90 

Monist Q 265 

Monktonian . . . . 3 Y 266 

Monmouth Guardian 

(Rhymney) W 166 
Monmouthshire Beacon . . "W 154 
I, Evening Post 

(Newport) D 167 
„ Weekly Post 

(Newport, Mon)'W157 
Monotype Recorder . , . . M 265 
Montgomery Express 

(Newtown).. W 167 
,, County Times 

(Welshpool) .. 'W 183 



COMPLKTE BRITISH ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



41 



PAQB 

Month M «W 

Kllm Record .. M 26S 
Hints on Poullry M 285 
Uoulhly I<nl»iur Journal .. M 255 
,, Muiiuzilie "t Kictidii M 25'> 
„ Mining llftuilbtwik M 256 
,, MusUiil Kffiiril .. M 265 
,, News Cons. I'n W. 

Kranchlse Am. . . M 265 
„ Notci .. M 255 

Notes on Tariff 

Reform .. .. U 266 
„ Notices (Astrono- 
mical) .. .. M 256 
„ OIHoial Directory 

(Woolwich) . M 256 
Pulpit .. M 256 

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

Church (Scotland) M 265 
„ Keview of Inc. Soc. 
of Inspectors of 
Weights and 
Measures.. ■■ M 265 
„ Statement .. .. M 256 
„ Summary of Weather 

Reports .. •• M 266 

,, Treasury .. .. M 255 

Montrose Review .. "W 202 

Standard .. .. W 202 

Moravian Messenger . . F 256 

„ Missions .. .. M 255 

Morecambe Times . . . . W 155 

Visitor .. .. W 155 

Uoriey News _ . . W 165 

„ Observer .. .. W 155 

Morning M 265 

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

„ Calm Q255 

„ News (Jersey) .. D 217 

Post D 80 

„ Rays M 255 

Star F 256 

MondngsUle Slirror . . . . M 255 
Morpeth Herald .. .. W 165 
Mossley Herald .. W 166 

„ Reporter . . . . W 155 
Mother and Home . . . . W 266 
Mothers in Council . . . . Q 256 
Mothers' Union Journal .. Q 256 
Motherwell Standard .. W 202 
„ Times . . . . W 203 

Motor W 90 

„ CJoaohwork .. .. Q 255 

„ Cycle W 266 

„ „ and Cycle 

Trader F 255 

„ Cycling W 266 

„ Export Trader . . M 266 
„ News (Dublin) .. W 266 

„ Ship and Motor Boat W 266 
„ Traction . . . . W 266 

„ Trader W 266 

„ World W 266 

Mountain Ash Post W IM 

Mouth Mirror S 2** 

Moving Picture List . . . . W 256 

M. P. Journal M 260 

Mumbles Weekly Press 

(Swansea) .. W 177 
Municipal Engineering . . W 90 
,, Journal .. .. W 90 
„ Officer .. .. M 266 
„ Reformer . . . . W 266 
Munster Express (Water- 
ford) . . W 216 
„ News (Limerick) 3 W 213 

„ News Budget .. M 266 

Murray's Monthly Diaries . . M 266 
„ Time Tables . . M 266 
Museon Review D'Etudes 

Orientals Q 256 
Museum Journal . . . . M 266 

Music M 266 

„ Student .. .. M 256 

„ Trades Keview .. M 256 

Musical Budget .. .. M '^56 

„ Herald .. M 268 

„ Mail M '266 

,, News W 256 

„ Opinion .. .. M 266 

„ Progress .. .. M 266 

,, Salvationist.. .. M 256 

„ Standard .. .. W 90 

„ Times . . . . M 256 

Musician's Journal . . . . €^ 266 

Musselburgh News .. .. W 203 

Muswell Hill Record .. W 97 

Mutua Conllilentia .. .. VT 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 '266 



PAOK 

Nairn C^ounty Preu . . W 203 
alrnshire 'relegraph 

(Nairn) W 203 

Nantwkh Chronicle.. .. W 165 
Nimtwlch Guardian . . 2 W 156 
Narlwrth Niws .. .. 'W 166 

Nash's I'nll Mall Magazine.. M °2>>6 

Nation W 00 

Nation in Arms . . . . Q 256 
National Bible Society 

Record . . . . Q 260 
„ Church . . M 266 

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

Gazette .. .. M 266 
„ Fed. Record .. ^'266 
„ Football Program me'W 250 
„ Guardian(01a8gow) W 198 
„ Health .. M 'a<i 

I, Insurance (lazette W 256 
News .. .. W 81 
„ Newsagent . . W 256 

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

Report . . . . M 256 
„ United Order of Free 

Gardeners' Jnl. M 256 

„ Weekly .. 'W 90 

Nationalist Times (Carlow) W 209 

Nationalist (Clonmel) 4-W 209 

Naturalist M 266 

Nature W 90 

„ Photographer .. M 256 

„ Reader Monthly .. M 267 
Nautical Maeaziue . . . . M 257 
N.^val and Military Record 

(Plymouth).. .. W 168 

„ Cadet M 267 

„ Review M 257 

„ Warrant Officers Jour- 
nal M 257 

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 7 Y 257 

Needlework for All . . . . M 267 

Nelson Leader . . . . W 155 

„ Lee Library . . . . W 257 

Nenagh Guardian .. .. ^214 

„ News W 214 

Neptune W 267 

New Age W 90 

,, Church Magazine .. M 257 
„ „ Quarterly .. Q 267 
,, Weekly .. 'W 267 
„ „ Young People M 267 
,, Cross Free Press -- W 97 
„ English Art Club H-Y 267 

„ Europe 'W 257 

„ Forest Chronicle .. 'W 160 

„ Ireland "W 211 

„ Jersejman .. .. "W" 217 
,, Magazine .. .. M 2.67 

„ Moon M 257 

„ Phytologist .. .. M 267 
„ Ross Standard .. .. 'W 214 
„ Statesmen .. .. W 90 
„ Thought Journal . . Q 257 

„ Times M 257 

„ Witnsss W 81 

Newark Advertiser . . . . "W 165 

„ Herald .. .. 'W 155 

Newbury Chronicle . . . . 'W' 156 

„ News . . 'W 166 

Newcastleon-Tvne Daily 

Chronicle D 166 

„ Diocesan Gazette M 257 

„ Daily Journal . . D 156 

„ Evening Chronicle D 156 

,, Weekly Chronicle 'W 156 

Newhaven Chronicle .. W 166 

Newmarket Journal .. W 166 

„ Sporting News . . D 166 

Newport Advertiser . . . . W 157 

„ Pagnell Gazette . . 'W 157 

,, Wesleyan Circuit 

Magazine .. M 267 

Newquay Express .. .. "W 157 

Newry Reporter . . 3 'W 215 

„ Telegraph . . 3 W 216 

Newsagent iff 91 

News from Alar . . . . M 267 
„ in a Nutshell (Pem- 
broke Dock) . . 'W' 161 
„ of the World .. .. W 81 
„ Trade Circular.. .. — 267 
Newspaper World .. .. W 91 



PAOK 
Newton Abbot Western 

Guardian . . . . 'W 167 
„ News .. .. M 2.57 

Newtonian — 287 

Nowtctwnards ('hronicle . . W 215 
Ncwtownards Herald .. W '2U8 
„ Siwctator .. W 216 

Night and Day .. .. Q 267 

Nineteenth Century.. .. M 267 
New Zealander .. F 257 

Norfolk Chronicle (Norwich) Vf 158 
„ News (Norwich) .. W 168 
Normal Instructor .. .. M 257 
Normanton Herald and Dis- 
trict Advertiser "W 257 
North Africa .. .. B-M '257 
„ Antrim Standard 

(Ballymoney) 'W 207 
„ Bedfordshire Courier W 108 
„ Berks Herald (Abing- 
don) W 101 

,, British Agriculturist 

(Edinburgh) "W 196 
„ „ Columbia News Q 267 
,, 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 
„ DownHerald(Bangor) W 208 
Eastern Daily Gazette 

(Middlesbrough) D 154 
„ Railway Maga- 
zine .. .. M 257 
,, East Kent Times 

(Sittingboumo) W 172 
„ Leeds News .. .. W 144 
„ London Guardian . . W 97 
„ Mail (Newcastle) . . D 156 
„ Middlesex Chronicle . . W 97 
,, of England Clinical 

Journal . . Q 268 

,, Biding News (North- 
allerton) W 167 
,, Somerset Gazette 

(iiristol) .. .. W 116 

„ Staffordshire Guide . . M 258 

„ Star (Darlington) .. D 126 

„ (Dingwall) .. W 194 

Wales; Chronicle 

(Bangor) W 105 
„ „ Guardian 

(Wrexham) W 188 
„ „ News (Conway) "W 124 
,, Observer 

(Carnarvon) W 120 
„ Pioneer (Colwyn 

Bay) .. .. W 124 
„ „ Standard 

(Conway) W 124 
„ „ Times(Denbigh)'W 1'27 
„ Walsham Post . . 'W 168 

,, Western Dally Mail 

(Barrow).. .. D 106 
,, Wilts Guardian 

(Chippenham) W 122 
„ „ Herald (Swin- 
don) . . . . 'W 177 

Northampton Chronicle D 158 

Daily Echo . . D 158 

Herald .. W 168 

Independent W 158 

,, Mercury .. W 168 

„ Notes and 

Queries .. Q 257 
Northamptonshire Evenmg 

Telegraph D 142 
, Gazette 

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

Lodge Guide Q 267 
Northern British I sraei 

Review Q 267 
„ C!hronicle 

(Inverness) W 200 
Constitution 

(Coleraine) 2 W 210 
Daily Mail 

(Hartlepool) D 136 
„ Dally 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 



PAUI 
NorthernWeekly Gazette 

(Middlesbrough) 'W IM 
,, Weekly Leader 

(N.-on-Tyne) W IM 

„ Weekly (Dingwall) W IM 

„ WhlK(KelfaBt) .. D 208 

Northerner .. .. 6-Y 267 

Nortbllcet Standard.. .. 'W 168 

Northwich Clironicle . . 'W 158 

„ Guardian.. 2 'W 158 

Norvicensian .. ... 3-Y 268 

Norwich ABC Guide . . M 268 

„ Diocesan Gazette . . M 268 

„ Mercury 2 W 159 

„ Public Library 

Guide B'M 268 

„ Union Magazine BM 268 

Norwood Herald . . . . W 97 

News .. 'W 97 

„ Press .. W 97 

„ Review .. .. 'W 07 

„ Weekly Record . . 'W' 97 

Notes and Queries . . . . M 258 

„ „ ,, (Somerset) M 258 

„ on Books . . 8 Y 258 

„ on Scripture Lessons . M 258 

,, from Ireland .. .. M 268 

Nottingham and Notts Local 

Newa .. ..W 159 
„ Catholic News 'W 159 

„ Daily Express . . 1)159 

„ Evening News D 159 

„ Guardian .. D 159 

„ Post .. .. D 159 

Nottinghamshire Free Press 

(Sutton in Ashfleld) W 176 

„ Guardian . . 'W 169 

„ Weekly Express W 169 

Novel Magazine .. .. M 258 

Novelty News . . . . M 268 

Novilates Zoologicre.. .. —258 

Nugget Library , . . . M 258 

Numismatic Chronicle . . Q 258 

„ Circular B-M 268 

Nuneaton Advertiser . . W 160 

„ Chronicle . . . . W 160 

„ Observer .. .. W IBO 

Nurseryman and Seedsman 'W 258 

Nurses* Journal .. .. M 268 

„ Near and Far ..^'258 

Nursing Mirror .. W 91 

„ Notes . . M 268 

„ Times .. 'W 91 



Oakham Journal .. .. W 180 
ban Times . . . . W 203 

O.B.O. Magazine .. .. M 258 

Observatory M 258 

Observer W 81 

Occasional Paper . . . . Q 268 
Occult Review . . . . M 268 

Oddfellows' Magazine . . M 268 

OEspelho F 268 

Official Gazette Co. Cowicil 

Association M 263 

OU News W 91 

„ Trades Journal . . . . 'W 91 

Olavian 6 Y 268 

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

Oldham Catholic Herald . . 'W 160 
„ Chronicle .. .. W 160 
„ Evening Standard . . D 160 
„ Evening Chronicle D 160 
„ Spinners' Report . . M 268 
„ Weekly Times . . 'W 160 
„ W. Standard . . W 160 

Olive Leaf M 268 

Olney Advertiser . . . . 'W 160 
O Marconigrama . . . . M 258 

OnandOff Vf 258 

On and Off Duty . . . . M 258 

„ Guard 'W 268 

„ Service M 268 

,, the Line .. .. .. M 268 

,, the March M 268 

„ the Road M 258 

One and All M 268 

One byOne Q 268 

Onward Reciter .. .. M 268 
„ and Upward .. M 268 

Open Court U 268 

Ophthalmic Review .. .. M 268 
Ophthalmology .. .. Q 268 

Optician W 258 

Orange Standard .. .. M 269 
Orcadian (Kirkwall) .. 'W 201 

Orchestral Jonnial .. .. 269 
Orchid Review .. .. M 269 

„ World M 269 

Organiser M 259 

Organist and Choir Master M 259 
Orient Q 259 



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THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



PAGE 

Oriental KoteB .. .. W 2I>9 

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

Orpheus Journal . . ■ • Q. 269 
Osborne Magazloe .. 8 Y 259 

Oasett Observer . . . . W 160 
Oswald Marsh's Philatelist.. W 2S9 
Oswaldtwistle Observer . . W 161 
Oswestry Advertizer.. .. W 161 
„ Commercial Circular M 269 
O.T.C. Magazine .. .. M 269 
Our Animal Brothers . . M 269 
„ Boys' Magazine .. .. M 259 

„ Children M 259 

„ Circle M 259 

„ Darlings M 259 

„ Dogs W 269 

„ Dumb Friends . . . W 269 

„ Flag M 259 

,, Girls W 259 

„ Home M; 269 

„ Hospitals and Charities M 259 

„ Land M 259 

„ Letter Q 269 

„ Little Dots . . . M 269 

„ Log Book M 259 

„ Missions Q 259 

„ Outlook M 269 

„ Own Gazette . . M 259 

,, ,, Magazine .. .. M 269 
,, „ „ (Manchester) M 259 

„ Sisters in Other Lands Q 269 
„ Waifs and Strays . . M 269 

„ Work M 269 

Ourselves Q 259 

Out and Out M 269 

Outntter W 259 

Outlook W 91 

Outpost .. .. Bl-M 259 

Owner Driver Gazette . . W 269 

Oxford Chronicle . . . . W 161 

,, Diocesan Magazine . . M 259 

„ House Mag Q 269 

„ Journal .. .. W 161 

„ Magazine .. .. W 269 
„ Railway Guide . . M 269 
„ Beview .. .. D 161 

„ Shorthand Chronicle M 269 

„ Times W 161 

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

(Chipping Norton) W 122 

Oxonian 269 

Oxted Press W 269 



Paddington Gazette . . W 97 
„ Mercury .. W 97 
„ Times .. W 97 

Padiham News . . W 269 

Page's Engineering Weekly P 259 
Paignton Observer .. .. W 161 
„ Western Guardian W 16i 
Paisley Daily Express . . D 203 
,, Gazette .. .. W 203 

Pall Mall Budget .. .. W 259 
„ Gazette .. .. D 80 
Palmer's News (Martock) . . W 163 
Palmers Green Gazette . . "W 97 
Paper Box Makers' Journal M 269 

„ Maker M 259 

,, Makers' Journal .. M 259 
,, Making .. .. M 269 
„ Trade Keview . . "W 91 

Papur Pawb W 259 

Parasitology 260 

Parents' Review .. M 260 

Paria Journal of Fancy Work M 26o 

Parish Helper M 26d 

„ Magazine .. .. M 26o 

Parliamentary Debates .. D 260 

„ Gazette ..BY 260 

PartSinger 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 

Pearl of Days M 260 

Pearson's Magazine .. .. M 260 

„ Weekly . . . . W 260 

6d. Novels . . M 260 

Peckham hlag .. M '260 

Peebles Advertiser .. .. W '203 



PAOK 

Peebles News W 203 

,, Standard . . W 203 

Peel Guardian .. .. W 217 

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

Pelican W 91 

„ (Cambridge) . . . . S-Y 260 

„ 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 <t Sydenham 

News W 98 

„ Press (Anerley) .. W 98 

Penistone Express (Hoyland) 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 218 

People's Friend . . . . W 260 

,, Journal (Aberdeen) W 191 

(Cupar) .. W 194 

„ (Dundee) . . W 195 

„ (Edinburgh) W 196 

„ (Forfar) . . W 197 

„ „ (Glasgow) W 198 

„ „ (Inverness) "W 200 

„ ,, ( Manchester) W 162 

„ (Perth) .. W 203 

„ „ (Stirling) .. W 204 

,, Weekly journal 

(Norwich) W 159 

Performer W 260 

Perfumery Record . . . . 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 

Peterite Q 260 

Petroleum Review .. .. 'W 91 

World .. M 260 

Pharmaceutical Journal .. W 91 

Pharos 8-Y 28") 

Philatelic Exchange .. Q 260 

„ Journal . . . . M 260 
„ Magazine .. M 260 

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

Philomath M 260 

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

M Transactions., — 261 

Phoenix M 261 

Phonographic Monthly . . M 261 
,. Observer .. M 261 

Phono Record . . . . M 261 

Photographic Dealer .. M 261 

„ Journal ..9 Y 261 

Photography and Focus . . W 261 

Phrenologist — 261 

Physical Kducailon.. .. Q 261 

„ Society of London 

ProceedinKs Bl-M 261 
Physiological Abstracts . . M 261 

Physiologist Q '261 

Piano Maker M 261 

Picture Fun W 261 

„ Palace News.. .. 'W '261 

M Puzzle News.. .. W 261 

„ Stories Magazine .. M 261 

,, and Picturegoer .. W 261 

Pigeons and Pigeon World.. 'W 261 

Filot . . . . -W 261 

Pioneer (London) .. .. 'M 261 

„ (Leicester) .. .. W 146 

(Merthyr) . .. W 153 

„ of Simplifled Spelling M 261 

„ of WiBdoro .. .. M 261 



PAQE 
Pioneer (Woolwich).. .. W 98 

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 .. .. M 261 

Ploughshare M 261 

Plumber M 261 

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

List . . Q 261 

Plymothian 6-Y 281 

Pocket Lesson Book . . . . Q 261 
Pocklingtonian . . . . 8-Y 261 
Poesy Magazine . . . . M 261 
Poetry Review .. B-M 261 

Police Chronicle .. .. ^V 261 
„ Gazette .. .. W 261 

„ Review W 91 

Policy W 261 

Policy Holder W 261 

Polish Review .. .. Q 261 

Political Quarterly .. .. Q 261 

„ Science Quarterly Q 261 

Pollokshaws News . . . . W 198 

Polo Monthly Q 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 
P.O. Controlling Officers' 

Journal M 261 

Poole Guardian . . . . W 163 

„ Herald W 163 

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

Journal W 261 
„ „ and Local Govt. 

Magazine M 261 

„ Souls' Friend . . . . M 262 

Popular Science Sittings .. VT 262 

Portcullis 262 

Port Glasgow Express 2 W 204 
I'ort of Manchester Sailing 

List M 2r2 

Portadown Express . . . . W 215 

„ News .. .. W 215 

Porthcawl News . . . . W 164 

Forth Gazette W 164 

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

Portmuthian .. BM 262 

Portsmouth Directory .. M 2b2 
Times .. .. W 164 
Positivist Review . . . . M 262 

Post F 262 

„ (Dundee) .. .. W 196 

„ (Glasgow) .. .. W 199 

Postage Stamp .. .. M 262 

Postal and Telegraph Record W 262 

Post Magazine . . . . W 262 

Postman's Gazette .. .. F 262 

Post Office Guide (Liverpool) M 262 

„ „ Electrical Bng.Jnl. Q 262 

„ „ TemperancePioneer U 262 

Potteries Advertiser.. .. W 262 

PotUry 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 

„ Messenger .. M 262 

Prescot Reporter . . . . W 164 

,, Weekly Times .. W 164 

Prcscriber M 262 

Present Truth W 262 

Prestatyn Weekly .. .. 'W 164 

Preston Guardian . . . . W 165 

„ Herald .. .. W 165 

Circular .. .. M 282 

Primary Education . . . . M 262 

Primitive Methodist Leader W 91 

Prim. Meth. Mission. Herald M 262 

„ „ Sunday S. Mag. M 262 

Primrose League Gazette . . M 262 



FAOI 
Princeton Theological Re- 
view O 262 

Pi'inters' Engineer . . . . W 262 
,, Medical Aid Times ^262 
,, Register .. .. M 263 
,, Sales and Wants 

Advertiser .. M 262 
Printing and Allied Trades M 262 
Prison Offl;ers' Magazine _ M 262 

Prize M 262 

Proceedings of the Anglo- 

Russ. Lit. Soc. a-Y 282 
„ of the Assoc, for 
Testing Ma- 
terials.. Bi-M 262 
„ of Cambridge 

Phil. Soo. ..BY 263 
,, of the Inst, of 

Cert. Grocers M 262 
,, of the Institute 

of Chemistry 4 Y 262 
,. Institution Mu- 
nicipal Engin- 
eers .. .. M 262 
„ of the Prehistoric 

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

Dublin Soc. . . - 268 
,, Royal Institution Q 263 
„ Society .. 263 
,, of the Royal 

Irish Academy M 263 
of the Royal 
Society of 
Medicine .. M 283 
„ of the London 

Math. Soc. .. M263 
„ Society Biblical 

ArchsBoiogy Bl-M 263 
„ of the Wesley 

Historical Soc. Q 263 
,, Zoological Soc. Q 263 
Process Engr. Monthly . . M 263 
,, Work and Electro- 
typing .. .. M 265 

Proctologist Q 263 

Produce Markets Review . . 'W 91 

Producer M 263 

Production M 263 

Prolessional Green Keeper . . M 263 
„ Notes on Surveyor's 



Progress 



Inst. 



Property Owner's Journal . 
Prophetic News 
Prose Masterpieces . . 

Prosperity 

Protestant Alliance Magazine M 263 
„ Observer .. .. M 283 
,, 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 6 263 

„ Works Magazine . , M 263 
Publishers' Circular . . . . 'W 91 
„ Weekly .. .. 'W' 283 

Pudsey Advertiser (Stan- 

ingley .. .. W 176 

„ News W 166 

Pulman's News (Yeovil) . . 'W 188 
Pulpud Cymru . . . . M 263 

Punch W 91 

Purley Press 'W 263 

Putney News Letter.. ., F 98 

Pwllheli Chat W 26S 

„ Observer . . 'W 165 
Pyrenean M 263 



Q: 



uarry M 283 

,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 



PAOB 
Quarterly Lsttor to Men 
on Public Work! 
,, Letters to Navvies 
„ Jr&l. Mathematics 
„ Notea 
,, Record .. 

N. Bible 

Society of Scotl'dQ 261 

„ Review .. .. Q 264 

„ Statement .. O 264 

„ Weather Reports Q 264 

Queen W 91 

Queeoboroiigh Guardian . , W 166 

Queen's Nursea Magazine . . Q 261 

„ Own Gazette . . M 2W 

„ Park Advertiser .. W »8 

Queat ^264 

Quiver M 264 



Racehone VT 264 
acing and Football Mall W 264 
„ Blue Book . . . . W 264 
„ Calendar .. .. W 264 
„ Expert .. .. W 264 
„ Oaiette .. .. W 264 
„ Judge .. .. S-W 264 

„ News W 91 

„ Opinion S-W 264 

„ Outlook .. W 264 

„ Week-end Special W 2W 

„ Pigeon .. .. W 264 

,, Specialist .. .. W 264 

„ World .. .. W 92 

Badcllffe Ouardlan .. .. VT 165 

„ Times .. .. W 165 

Radnor Express (Llandriudod 

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- 
cheater) „ M 264 

Rainbow ... W 261 

Rally M 264 

Ramsbottom Observer . . W 165 
Ramsey Courier 2 W 217 

Randle'sRly. Guide (Hastings) M 264 

Ranger Q 264 

Ranyard Magaaine .. .. Q 264 
Rational Journal . . . . Q 264 

Raven 8 Y 264 

Bawmarsh Advertiser .. W 153 

Rawtenstall Times . . . . W 165 

R. C. M. Magazine . . 8 Y 264 

Readers' Index .. .. M264 

Beading Mercury .. W 166 

„ Observer .. .. "VT" 166 

„ Standard .. 2 W 166 

„ Time Table . . M 264 

Ready M 264 

Recalled to Life . . — 264 

Rechabite M 264 

Record W 92 

„ (Hampstead) .. M 264 

„ of Christian Work .. M 264 

„ of Mission Work ... M 264 

Recorder for Palmers Green M 264 

Red Cross M 264 

„ Cross News . . M 264 

„ Cross Gazette .. .. M 265 

Redcar News W 166 

Redditch Indicator . . . . iff 165 

Red Guide M 266 

,, Lamp — 266 

,, Letter Vf 266 

„ Magazine p 265 

„ Railway Uuide<She01eld) M 265 

,. Tape M 266 

„ Triangle M 286 

Redland Park Recorder . . M 265 

Referee W 81 

Reformed Presbyterian 

Witness M 265 

Regiona Beyond . . B-M 205 

Regiitrar-Oeneral's Returns W 265 

n .- „ Q 266 

R eld's Blyth Ulary .. .. jj 266 



PAGE 

Beld'B Darlington Di/iry . . M 266 

„ Durham Diary . . M 266 

,, Uartlepools Diary .. M265 

„ London Kiitertairi- 

ment Guide .. M 266 
„ Newoaatle Diary . . M 266 
„ Railway Guide (New- 
castle) .. M 26.', 
„ Shields Diary . . . . M 265 
„ Sunderland Diary .. M 265 
Report of Fashion . . H-Y 266 
,, of Inc. Society of 

Musicians .. <> Q 2S6 

„ of London Fashions H-Y 266 

Reporter;(Pen(lleton) .. 'W 162 

Reporters' Journal .. .. M 266 

„ Magazine .. M 266 

Representation .. .. Q 266 

Reptonian M 266 

Rest and Reaping . . . . M 266 

Retailer Q 266 

Retford Herald . . . . 'W 166 

„ News.. 2 W 133 

„ Timei .. .. 'W 166 

Renter's Journal .. I) 266 

Review 'vy 92 

„ of Applied Etomology M 266 
„ of Bacteriology Bl-M 265 
„ of Neurology, &c. . . M 265 
„ of Reviews . . . . M 286 
Reynolds's Newspaper .. W 81 
Rhondda County School 

Magazine.. .. Q 266 
„ Fach Gazette (Pont- 
ypridd) . . . . W 163 
„ Leaderfl'onypandy) 'W' 179 
Rhos Herald (Ruabou) . . 'W 168 
Rhyl Guardian . . . . 'W' 166 

„ Journal 'W 166 

,, Record 'W 166 

,, Weekly News .. .. W 166 

Rhymney Argus .. .. 'W' 166 

Richmond Herald (Surrey) W 98 

„ Times (Surrey) W 98 

,1 Division Gazette 

(Northallerton) "W 167 
,, and Twickenham 

Journal .. M 265 

Rifleman M 266 

Ringing World .. .. \f 265 

Ringwood Chronicle . . "Vy 167 

Ripley Advertiser . . . . W 137 

,, News 'VV' 167 

RIpon Advertiser M 266 

„ Diocesan Gazette .. M 266 
„ Chronicle . . . . 'W 167 
„ Gazette . . . . 2 'W 167 
„ Observer .. .. "VV" 167 
Rishton Observer .. ..Wl67 
B. M. A. Magazine .. .. Q 265 

Road M 266 

Rochdale Observer . . 2 'W 167 

,, Times ., 2 'W 167 

Rochester Diocesan Chronicle M 266 

„ Journal .. ..WW? 

„ Naturalist .. .. Q 266 

Roll Call fi 265 

Romford Recorder .. .. W 167 

,, Times .. . . 'W 167 

Romsey Advertiser ,. .. "VV 167 

Rosary jj 266 

Roscommon Herald (Boyle) 'W 2ii9 

,, Journal .. iff 216 

,, Messenger .. 'W' 216 

ROBsendale Echo (Bacup) .. 'W 104 

„ Express (Bacup) W 1U4 

„ Free Press 

(Rawtenstall) 'W 165 

Ross Gazette 'W 167 

Ross-shire Journal (Dingwall) 'W 194 
Ross's Parliamentary Record W 266 

Rosj th Mail \^ 195 

Rotherham Advertiser . . 'W 167 
„ Express .. .. W 168 

Rothesay AcademyMagaiineH-Y266 
,, Express .. .. 'W 204 
Rothwell Courier .. ..■W'168 
Rouge-et-Xoir .. Bl-M 266 

Round Table Q 266 

.. World ]2 265 

Royal Artillery Journal . . M 266 
„ Auto Club Journal . . 'W 268 
„ Cornwall Gazette 

(Truro) 'W 180 
,, Engineers' Journal .. M 286 
„ Magazine . . M 266 

„ Technical College Mag. M 266 

Rubber World \^ 92 

„ Companies Position M 266 
Rufl'a Guide H-Y 268 

Rugby Advertiser 2 'W 168 

„ Ohaerver . . "vy x68 

Kugeley Mercury . . W 168 

Ruislip-.Northwood Courier 
(Northwood) .. .. W 168 







PAOE 


Runcori 


n Examiner . . 


■W 168 


p, 


Guardian .. 2 W 1«8 


,, 


News 


•WW8 


Rural World 


M 266 


Ruri-Decanal Magazine 


M26e 


Ruahde 


n Argua 
Echo 


W 168 
W 168 


Rusk in 


Collegian 


Q 266 


Russell 


s A. B.C. Rly. Guide 






(Bournemouth) . 
A.B.C. Rly. Guide 


M26« 


„ 






(Southampton). 


M286 


„ 


A.BC. Rly. and 






Steamship Guide M 268 


„ 


Soul hern Counties 






Rly. Time Table M 266 


Russia 




M 266 


Kussiai 


Buyers' Guide 


M 266 


„ 


Co-operator . . 


M '266 


„ 


Review 


Q 266 


Rutherglen Reformer 


W 204 



Sabbath ObBerrer .. .. Q 266 
abbath School Teachers' 

Monthly .. .. M 286 

Sadrllery and Harness .. 'W 266 

Saddleworth Standard . . 'W 155 

St. Andrew Citizen . . . . 'W 204 

„ Anne's Express .. .. W 169 

„ Anthony's Annals .. M 266 

,, Bart's Hosp. Journal . . M 266 

„ Bees School Magazine 3 Y 266 

,, Edward's School 

Chronicle . . 8 Y 266 

„ 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'sle-Grand . . S 266 

„ Mary Cray Express .. 'W 108 
„ „ „ Times .. 'W 169 

„ Mary's Hospital Gazette M 266 
„ Neots Advertiser .. 'W 169 

„ Pancras Chronicle . . "W" 98 

„ „ Gazette .. .. W 98 
„ „ Guardian .. 'W 98 

,, Peter's Net .. M 266 

J, Ronan's Standard (Inner- 

leithan) . . ..■>»■ 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 266 

„ Times .. W 169 

Salmon and Irout Mag. .. M 266 

Salopian (Shrewsbury) . . F 266 

Salop Railway Guide .. M 266 

.Saltash Gazette .. .. W 170 

Saltbum Times . . . . 'W 170 

Saltley College Chronicle . . U S66 

Sandbach Advertiser . . W 170 

„ Chronicle ... . W 170 

,, Guardian .. 2 'W 170 

Sandringham Series of Penny 

Stories 266 

Sandwich Advertiser . . 'W 170 

Sanitary Journal . . . . M 266 

Santa Lucia M 266 

Sapper M 266 

Sartorial Gazette . . . . M 266 

Satchel P 266 

Satire M 266 

Saturday Advertiaer(Selkirk) 'W !'66 

Herald (Dublin) .. 'W 211 

„ Record (Ennis) . . 'W 212 

„ Review .. W 92 

Telegraph(Orimsby)'W 136 

SiVilian 8 Y 266 

Scandinavian M 266 

Scarborough Daily Post . . D 170 
,, Evening News D 170 

,, Gazette.. .. W "0 

_ Mercury .. W 17u 

„ Weekly Poat . . 'W 170 



PAoa 

Scattere<I Nation . . O 266 

Heed . . M ZM 

Schemes M tM 

Schild'B Fancy Costume* . . — M7 
School Arts .Vlagazlne ... M M7 
„ Government ChronlcleW 92 
„ Guardian .. M 267 

„ Hygiene . . Q 267 

„ Magazine . . M 267 

„ Music Review . . M 267 

„ Nature Study . . Q 267 

„ Newapaper . . M 267 

„ World M 267 

Schoolmaster 'W 92 

Schoolmistress .. 'W 92 

Science Abstract! . . . . M 267 

„ of Mining . . P 267 

,, Progress .. .. Q 267 

Scientific Roll .. .. M 287 

Scotch Girls' friendly Paper M 267 

Scots Law Times(Edinburgh)W 196 

„ Plcttirial .. 'W 199 

Scotaman (Edinburgh) . . J) 196 

Scottish Appeal Reports .. M 267 

„ Baptist Magazine . . M 267 

„ Bankers' .Magazine Q 267 

„ Business Journal .. 11267 

„ Chronicle .. 'W 267 

,, Co-operator .. "W 267 

„ Congregationalist.. M 267 

,, Country Life .. M 267 

„ Critic M 267 

Cyclist .. W 267 

,, Farmer(Glaagow).. 'W 199 
,, Farming News 

(Perth) -W 20» 
„ Farm Servant .. M 267 

Field M 267 

,, Gazette .. 'W 267 

„ Geographical Mag. . M 287 
,, 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 Womans 

Magazine ... M 267 

,, Mothers' Mag. . . U 267 
,, Mountaineering Club 

Journal ..8 Y 267 

„ Nation .. B-M 267 
„ National Sabbath 

School Magazine M 267 
,, Naturalist M 267 

,, Prohibitionist .. 'W 267 
„ Register .. M 267 

„ Reformer .. .. M 187 
,, Review .. •• Q 267 
,, Shoe Trader .. M 267 

,, Smallholder .. M 267 

„ Standard Bearer . . M 267 
„ Trader .. .. 'W 267 

„ Typo. Journal .. M 267 
,, Volunteer Gazette 'W 267 
,. Woman's Temper- 
ance News . . M 267 

Scout ^W 267 

screen 'W '^67 

Scribner's Magazine .. M 267 

>!cript Shorthand Journal . . M ^67 
Scripture Truth . . M 267 

Scunthorpe News .. .. "VV 170 
Star .. .. •«/■ 170 
Seaford Chronicle . . . . 'W 170 
Seaham Weekly News . . 'VVT 170 

Searchlight M 267 

Searle's Camberwell 

Advertiser M 287 
Secondary Education B-M 267 

Secretary M 268 

Sedberghian . . . . B-M 268 
Seedtime and Harvest . . Q 268 

Seeker ft 268 

Seeking and Saving . . . . M 268 
Selbome Magazine . . . . M 268 

Selby Express W 170 

,, Times iff 170 

Selkirk Advtr . . W 204 

SeiUiig and Advertising .. M 288 

Sentry M 268 

Seren.Cymru (Carmarthen) W 120 

„ Oomer .. .. B-M 268 

„ Yr Ysgol Sul .. .. M 268 

Service for the King . . . . M 268 

Settmaker's Journal . . . . M 268 

Sevenoaks Chronicle . . "W 171 

„ Telegraph .. 'W' 171 

Seventh Evangel • • Q 26S 

Seventy-Ninth News.. .. Q g68 

Sewanee Review • • Q S6B 

Sexey's School Magazine . . Q Mg 

Sexton islake Library .. M 268 

Shaftesbury Mag. 8 Y 268 

Shakeapeare League Journal K SAg 



44 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



PAGE 

Shamrock W 268 

Shanklin Gazette .. W 268 

Shareholders Review . . M 268 

Share Markets Review . , W 268 

ShawB Journal . . . . M 268 

Sheemess Guardian . . . . W 1"! 

„ Times .. W 171 

Sheffield A.B.C. Guide . . M 268 

„ Catholic Herald .. W 171 

„ Daily Telegraph . . D 171 

„ Diocesan Gazette . . M 268 

„ Druids i'riendly 

Soc. Journal . . Q 268 
Guardian .. .. W 268 
,, Independent . . D 171 
„ Stock List .. .. D 268 
„ Weekly Indepen- 
dent .. .. "W 171 
„ Weekly News . . W 171 
Shepherd's Magazine . . M 288 

Shepton Mallet Journal . . W 171 
,, „ Illus. Magaz. M 268 

Shetland Nevs (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 

Shipowner M 268 

Shirbumian . . . . 6 x 268 

Shoe and Leather News . . W 92 
Record .. W 92 
Shoe Manufacturers' 

Monthly M 268 

Shoe Trades Journal . . . . W 92 
Shooting Times .. .. W 268 
Shop Assistant . . . . W 268 

Shoreditoh Observer . W 98 

Shorthand Budget . . . . M 268 
„ Examinations .. — 268 

„ Teacher's Magazine Q 268 

Showers of Blessing... £-M 268 
Shrewsbury Advertiser . . W 172 
„ Chronicle .. W 172 

Commercial Cir- 
cular . . . . "W 268 
„ Outlook . . . . W 172 

Sidcup Times W 172 

Sidmouth Herald . . . . W 172 

„ Observer . . . . W 172 

Sierra Leone Messenger . . Q 288 

Sign M 268 

Silver Arrow M 268 

„ Crescent .. .. M 268 

„ Wolf M 268 

Simple Testimony .. .. M 268 
Sixpenny Magazine .. .. Q 268 
Skegness News . . W 172 

Sketch W 02 

Skyrack Courier (Leeds) . . W 144 
Slate Trade Gazette .. . . M 268 
Sleaford Gazette .. .. W 173 
„ Journal .. W 173 

Sligo Champion . . . W 215 

„ Independent .. .. 'W 216 

„ 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 J'iction .. .. 'W 268 

„ NoveU ■W 268 

„ Set M 268 

„ Society .. .. M 268 

Smethwick News . . "W 173 

„ Telephone .. 'W 173 

Snapper M 268 

Snowdrop Q 268 

Social-Deliverer .. .. M 269 

Social Gazette W •i69 

„ Service Magazine . . M 269 

Socialist M 269 

,, Review .. •• Q 269 

,, Standard .. .. M 269 

Sociological Review .. .. Q 269 

Soham Advertiser . . . . W 173 

Solicitors' Gazette .. . . BI 269 

„ Journal .. .. 'W 92 

Solidarity M 269 

Somerset County Express 

(Taunton) W 177 
SomerBet Couniy Gazette 

(Taunton) W 177 
„ „ Herald 

(Taunton) 'W 177 

„ Guardian (Radstock)W 166 

„ Journal (Frome) W 133 

„ Standard (Krome) W 133 

Something Tu Do . . M 269 

Son of Temperance . . M 269 

Sotheran'a Price Current . . M 269 

Sound Wave M 369 



PAOB 

South Africa .. .. 'W 98 

South African Engineering.. M 269 
„ )i Domestic 

Monthly . . M 269 
„ „ Photographer M 269 

,, ,, Pioneer .. M 269 

„ , , Railway 

Magazine.. M 269 
South America . . M 269 

,, American Journal . . W 93 
,, ,, Missionary 

Magazine M 269 
„ and Mid-Glamorgan 

Chronicle (Bridgend) 'W 113 
„ Bank Expres8(Redcar)W 166 
„ Brent Guardian .. W 174 
„ Bristol Free Press . . 'W 116 
,, Devon Express 

(Chudlegh) VT 122 
,, ,, Gazette 

(KingBbridge) W 143 
,, Eastern Gazette 

(Maidstone) 2 W 160 
„ „ Herald 

(Greenwich) W 98 
„ „ Time Tables M 269 

„ Elmsall Express .. W 174 
„ „ Times .. W 174 

,, Gloucester Chronicle 

(Thornbury) .. W 179 
„ Gloucestershire 

Gazette (Bristol) .. W 116 
.,, Liverpool Observer . , M 269 
„ Loudon Church Fund 

News .. Q 269 
,, ,, Harriers Gaz. — 269 

„ „ Observer 2 W 98 

„ „ Press.. .. W 98 

„ Molton Gazette 2 W 174 
„ Notts Echo 

(Nottingham) W 169 
„ „ Gazette .. 'W 269 

„ Wales Colliery Officials' 

Magazine B-U 269 
,, „ Daily Argus 

(Newport) D 167 
„ „ Daily News 

(Cardiff) D 119 
„ „ Daily Post 

(Swansea) D 177 
„ „ Echo (Cardiff) D 119 
„ ,, Evening Exp.'ess 

(Cardiff) .. D 118 
„ „ Gazette 

(Abertlllery) 'W 101 
„ „ Investment Cir- 
cular . . M 269 
„ „ Press (Llanelly) W 148 
„ „ Weekly Argus 

(Newport) 'W 167 
„ „ Weekly Post 

(Swansea) 'W 177 
„ West Suffolk Echo 

(Haverhill) 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 .. .. iff m 
„ Standard .. .. 'W 174 
„ Telegraph.. .. 'W 174 
Southern Echo (Southamp- 
ton) .. D 173 
„ Co-operativeEducation 

Assoc. Record .. M 269 
„ Cross Log . . . . M 269 
„ Guardian (B'mouth)W 112 
,, Press (Glasgow) . . 'W 193 
,, Reporter (Selkirk) 'W 201 
,, Rhodesia .. .. (j 269 
„ Tinie8(\Veymouth) "W 184 
„ Weekly News 

(Brighton) 'W 116 
Southport Guardian . . 2 'W 174 
„ Journal .. .. 'W 174 
,, Visitor .. 8 W 174 
,, Welcome .. .. M 269 
Southwark Recorder .. W 98 

„ 1 uocesan 

Chronicle M 269 
II II and S, London 

Church Fund News Q 269 

II Libraries ChronlcleQ2U9 

Southwell Diocesan Magazine M 269 

Sower M 269 

Sowerby Bridge Times .. 'W' 174 
.Spalding Guardian .. .. 'W 174 
.Spare Moments . . . . W 269 

Sparks M 269 

.Spectator 'W 93 

Sphere ^ff 93 

Spiritual Life M 26» 

11 Power . . . . M 269 

Sport and Play . . ..■«?■ 269 

„ (Dublin) .. .. 'W 211 



PAQX 
Sporting Chronicle 

(Manchester) D162 
,1 Chronicle Handicap 

Book .. W 269 
,, Chronicle Racing Up 

to Date . . W 269 
„ Goods Review . . M 269 

Life D 80 

Sporting Life Racing Guide 'W 269 

,, Buff (Binningham) W 109 

,, Mail (Portsmoutn) D 164 

• „ Man (Newcastle).. D 166 

,, News (Swansea) .. "W 177 

I. Pink (Leeds) .. D 144 

Times .. .. "W 93 

World 2 'W 93 

Sports Argus (Birmingham) 'W 109 

„ Echo (Leeds) . . . . 'W 144 

I, Express (Hull) .. W 140 

„ Gazette (Middlesbro) 'W 164 

I, .Special (Sheffield) . . VT 171 

,1 Times (Bristol) . . W 116 

„ Trader M 269 

I, Trades Journal .. M 269 

Sportsman D 80 

Sportsman's Monthly Guide M 269 

,, Tourist Guide H-Y 269 

Weekly Guide.. W 289 

Springtime M 269 

Springing Well .. .. M 269 

Spur M 269 

Scjuire's Special . . . . W 269 
Staffordshire Advertiser 

(Stafford) 'W 174 
„ News (Catholic) .. W 174 
„ Chronicle (Stafford) 'W 174 
,, Sentinel (Stoke-on- 
Trent) .. D 176 
„ Weekly Sentinel . . 'W 176 

Stage W 93 

Stalybridge Herald . . . . W 175 

„ Reporter . . W 176 

„ Standard .. W 176 

Stamford Hill Pulpit . . M 269 

News . . 'W 175 

Stamp Collecting .. . . 'W 289 

„ Collector .. .. M 269 

„ Collectors' Fortnightly P 269 

Quarterly Q 269 

„ Lover M 270 

Standard Penny A.B.C 

Time Table M 270 

Stanley News 'W 175 

Stapledon Magazine . . . . M 270 

Star D 80 

,, (Guernsey) .. .. 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 

Stem Uit Belgie .. .. W 93 

Stethoscope M 270 

Stevenston Ntw8 .. .. 'W204 
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 206 

Stock and Share Holder . . ^W 270 

„ Exchange .. .. W 93 

,1 Daily List.. D 270 

„ ,1 Gazette .. 'W 93 

„ „ Report . . 'W 270 

„ „ Review .. 'W 270 

,, „ Supp. List D 270 

,1 ,1 Intelligence W 270 

Stockbroker .. .. ^W 270 

Stockport Advertiser . . "W 175 

„ District Express M 270 

„ Express .. .. W 176 

Stockton Herald . . . . "W 175 

Stone Trades' Journal . . M 270 

Stonehaven Journal . . . . "W 205 

Stonyhurst Magazine B-M 270 

Stortfordian .. .. 8 ■? 270 

Story-Teller M 270 

Stowmarket Courier.. .. "W" 176 

Weekly Post.. 'W 176 

Strabane Chronicle . . . . 'W 215 

„ Weekly News .. W 216 

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 
Streatham News .. W 98 



PAGE 
Stretford Division Advertiser 'W 169 
I, Telegraph .. .. 'W 169 
Strict Baptist Mission Herald M 270 
Strokestown Democrat .. 'W 215 
Stroud Journal . . 'W 176 

Stroud News 'W 176 

Stubbs's Gazette . . . . "W 270 

Student (Edinburgh) . . 'W 270 

„ of Scripture . . M 270 

„ Movement . . . . M 270 

,1 (Oxford) M 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 
I, Free Press (Sudbury) 'W 176 
I, Sea Coast Times ..■W149 

Sufl Q 270 

Sugar Users' Journal . . Q 270 

Sunbeam M '270 

„ for the Home . . M 270 

Sunday at Home . . . . M 270 
„ Chronicle 

(Manchester) "W 162 

,1 Circle W 270 

II Closing Notes . . Q 270 
11 Companion .. .. 'W 270 
„ Evening Telegram., iff 81 
„ Guardian . . . . Q 270 
,1 Independent(Dublin)W 2ll 
„ Pictorial .. .. W 81 
I, School Chronicle . . 'VV 93 
„ Monthly .. M 270 
,1 I, Times .. 'W 270 

„ Stories . . . . W 270 

,1 Times .. .. W 81 

Sunderland Daily Echo . . D 176 

Sunrise M 270 

Sunshine M 270 

Supervi^ing M 270 

Supplementary Military 

Journal .. .. 270 
Surbiton Times (Kingston) 'W 143 
Surgery and Obstetrics . . M 270 
Surrey Advertiser 

(Guildford) 3 'W 135 
I, and Hants News 

(Farnhani) .. W 132 

„ Comet (Kingston) 2 'W 143 
I, County Herald (Sut- 
ton) .. .. 176 
„ Herald (Cliertsey) . . W 121 
„ Mirror (Kedhill) 2 W 166 
11 Times (Guildford) 2 'W 136 
,, Weekly Press (Guild- 
ford) W 136 
Surveying and HonsingWDrld M 271 

Surveyor "W 93 

Sussex County Herald 

(Lewes) W 146 
,, Courier (Crawley) .. W 125 
II Daily News 

(Brighton) D 115 
I, Evening Times 

(Brighton) D 115 

,1 Express (Lewes) .. "W" 146 

.Sutton Advertiser .. .. 'W 176 

„ Coldfleld News(B'bam) W 109 

„ Herald 'W 176 

„ Valence School Mag. 8-Y 271 
Swain's Quarterly .. .. Q 271 
Swanage Guardian . . . . "W 176 
Swanley Times . . W 176 

Swan3combeChron.(N'thfl't) W 168 
Swansea Shipping Register D 177 
Swedish Chamber of Com- 
merce Journal .. .. M 271 
Swimming Magazine . . M 271 

Swindon Advertiser . . . . 'W 177 
Swinton Journal . . . . W 177 
I, Telegraph .. .. W 177 
Sydenham Borough News . . 'W' 98 
„ Gazette .. .. 'W 98 

Review .. .. W 98 

Symbol M 271 

Symons Magazine .. .. M 271 
Syreu and Shipping . . . . 'W 93 
System M 271 



Table 'W 
ablet "W 

Tadcaster News . . . . 'W 
Tailor and Cutter . . . . W 
Talk of the Town . Vf 

Tales lor Little People .. M 
Talking Machine News .. M 
„ ,1 and Side 

Lines . . M 

Tamworth Herald . . . . "W 

„ Mercury . . . . 'W 

Tatler "W 



271 
93 
177 
271 
271 
271 
271 

271 

177 

177 

93 



COMPLETE BRITISH ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



4b 



PAOB 

Taunton Courier .. .. W 158 
„ Echo .. W 178 

„ Mall .. W 178 

Ijivlstock Oaiette . . . . W 178 
Tayliirlan .. BM 271 

T.lM). (imblin) . .. W 271 

TeHcherB Aid W 271 

Teacher ami TauKht . . .. M 371 

Teacher'aOullil Quarterly .. Q 271 

„ of the Ueaf B-M 271 

Times .. W 271 

Work .. M 271 

World .. W 271 

Teachers of To-day .. .. M 271 

Technical Journal . . M 271 

Tees Daily Shipping List . . D 271 

Teesidu Catliolic News 

(Middlesbrough) W 154 
„ Weekly Herald 

(M'boro) .. W 164 
Teesdale Mercury (Barnard 

Castle) W 105 

Teignmouth Gazette.. .. W 178 
„ Post .. W 178 

„ Western Guard. "W 178 

Telegraph Journal . . . . M 271 
Temperance Bells .. .. M 271 
„ Caterer.. .. M 271 

„ T.cader(Glasgaw)'W 271 

„ Messenger .. Q 271 

„ Monthly Visitor M 271 

„ Witness .. M 271 

Tenbury Wells Advertiser . . W 178 
t, M ^ail (Leo- 

minster) W 146 

Tenby News W 178 

„ Observer .. .. W 178 
Tenth London Cadet Corps 

Magazine M 271 

Territorial Service Gazette W 93 

Tewkesbury Kecord . . . . 'W 178 

„ Register .. W 178 

Textile Institute Journal H-Y 271 

„ Manufacturer 

(Manchester) M 271 
„ Mercury 

(Manchester) W 162 
„ Recorder .. .. M 271 
Thame Gazette . . . . W 178 

Thames Valley Times 

(Richmond) W 93 
Thanet Advertiser 

(Ramsgate) W 165 
„ Guardian (Margate) W 153 
„ Times (Margate) .. W 153 

Theosophist M S71 

Theosophy in Scotland .. M 271 
Therapeutic Gazette.. .. M 271 

Therapist M 271 

Thetford 'nmea .. ..W178 
Thtrsk Guardian .. .. W 178 

„ News W 178 

Thistle M 271 

Thornbury Gazette . . . . W 179 
Thornton's Review .. .. M 271 
Thoughts from tlie Word . . M 271 
Thrapstou Joum.il .. .. W 179 
Three Shires Advertiser 

(Yeovil) W 188 

Thrift Q271 

Through the Bible . . . . M 271 
Tidings of Life and Peace . . M 271 
Tiger and Rose .. .. M 271 

Timber W 93 

„ News .. ... .. W 271 

„ Trades Journal . . W 93 
Time and Talents News . . Q 271 

Times D 80 

„ Commercial Cases B-M 271 
,, Educational Sup{>le- 

raent W 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. <S Foreign Trade 

Supplement . . M 272 

,, Weekly Edition . . W 93 

Tipperary Star (Thurles) .. W 215 

Tipton ilerald . . . . W 179 

Tit-Bits W 272 

Tiverton Gazette . . 2 W 179 

„ Journal .. .. W 272 

Tobacco il 272 



FAOI 

Tobacco Colonial Quarterly Q 272 

„ Trade Review . . M 272 

To-day M 272 

Todmorden Advertiser ..■W1V9 

, News ... W 179 

Tollers of the Deep . . . . M 272 

Tollingtonlan 8 Y 272 

Toultridgc fYce Press .. W 179 

Gazette .. .. W 179 

Tonbrldgian .. B-M 272 

Tools M 272 

Tooting Gazette .. .. W 98 

Torbay News W 179 

Torchbearera Q 272 

Torquay Directory .. •■ "W 179 

„ Times .. W 179 

Torrington Cnronicle . . W 179 

Totnes Times W 179 

Tottenham Herald . . . . W 98 
Wednes. Ilerald W 98 

Town Crier M 272 

„ Planning Review .. Q 272 

,, Topics (London) . . W 93 

Townsend's Railway Guide M 272 

Toynbee Record . . M 272 

Toy Shop and Fancy Goods 

Journal P 272 

Toy Trader M 272 

„ World M 272 

T.P.H. Book Notes .. .. Q 272 
Trade and Finance .. .. W 272 
, , and Navigation . . M 272 
„ Marks Journal . . W 272 

„ Openings .. .. F 272 
„ Union Worker.. .. M 272 

Trader W 272 

Traite des Blanches.. .. Q 272 
Tramway World .. .. M 272 
Transactions Actuarial Soc. 

of Glangow . . 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 273 
,, Institute of Miuiug 

Kngineers .. M 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 
t, Royal Dublin 

Society — 272 
,, St.P»i.l'.fEccle- 

s i o I ogical 
Society . . — 272 
,, Soc. of I'rop. Med. 

and Hygiene M 272 
,, of the Surveyors' 

Inst M 272 

„ Zoological So- 

ciety.. .. — 272 
Traveller De Luxe . . . . M 273 

Treasury JJ 273 

Tredegar Weekly Argus .. W 180 
Tribune Congolaise . . . . F 94 
Tribune Pictorial . . . . M 273 
Time Table . . . . M 273 
Troon Herald . . . . W 205 

„ Times 'W 206 

Tropical Life M 273 

„ Diseases Bulletin.. Q 273 

„ Veterinary Bulletin Q 273 

Trotting World .. .. W 273 

rroubndour M 273 

Truro Diocesan Magazine . . M 273 
Trusting and Tolling .. M 273 

Trust Review Q 273 

Truth.. w 94 

„ Seeker .. .. M 272 

Trysorfa'i- Plant .. .. M 273 

Tuam Herald 'W 210 

„ People . . , » . . "V^ 216 

Tunbridge Wells Advertiser W 180 

., „ Gazette . . W 180 

Turf w 273 

Twentieth Century Russia.. Q 273 

Twickenham Herald . . W 98 

„ Gazette Q 273 

Two Worlds ^273 

Tyidesley Chronicle .. .. "Sff 180 

„ Weekly Journal . . "W 180 

Tyneside Catholic News .. 'W 156 

Type» riter Topics .. .. M 273 



PAOB 

Typographical Circular . , M 273 

Tyrone ConstitutlontOmagh) 'W 216 

„ Conrier(Dungannon) 'W 212 

Tywysydd y Plant .. .. M'273 



Uddingslon Standard .. W 205 
dgorn (rwllholl) .. W 166 

Ulster Echo (iielfast) . . D 208 
„ Gazette (Armagh).. W 207 
,, Guardian (Belfast) .. W 208 
„ Herald (Omagh) . . W 216 

mula 8 Y 273 

inversion Guardian .. .. "W 181 
News .. .. W 181 
Uncle Ben's Budget . . .. M 273 
Under the Dome . . . . a 273 
Undertaker's Journal .. M 273 

Union Jack W 273 

Unit 273 

Unitarian Monthly .. .. M 273 

United Kingdom Oizette . . 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 .. .. O 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 . . Q 273 
„ Exten. Bulletin 3 Y 273 
„ Liverpool Engineer- 
ing Jenrnal SY 273 
Unpopular Review . . . . Q 273 
Uppingham School Mag. .. 8-Y 273 
Upton-on-Severn News .. "W 181 
Upwell Advertiser .. .. W 181 
Usliaw Magazine .. ..3-Y273 
Uttoxeter Advertiser .. W 181 



Vaccination Enquirer . . Iff 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 . . .. Iff 274 

„ News .. .. 'W 274 

Record .. .. 'W274 

Victorian Q 274 

Vigilance Record . . . . M 274 
Villa News and Record .. W 274 

Vineyard M 274 

Viohn and String World .. M 274 

Violin Budget M 274 

Visitor (Dublin) .. .. M274 

„ (Eastlxiurne) . .. 'W 129 

V^olunteerCivilForceJonmal M 274 

Force Gazette .. 'W' 274 

Volunteers' Alagazine .. M 274 

Vote(rhe) "W 274 

Votes for Women . . . . M 274 



Wadham College Gazette — 274 
akefleld Advertiser . . "W 181 
„ Diocese Gazette M '^74 
Express .. 'W 181 
Walkden Advertiser . . M 274 

Telegraph . . ..■«?■ 181 
Walker 8 Leeds Time Table,. U 274 



PAOI 

WaUaaey Chroolcl* .. 2 'W 181 

„ Mall .. W 181 

News 2 \Cr 181 

Walilngton Advertiser . . 'W 182 

Wallington Herald .. . . 'W' 182 

Walsall Jenrnal . . M 274 

„ Observer .. 'W 182 

,, Pioneer .. .. 'W' 182 

Waltham Telegraph .. .. 'W 182 

Walthamstow Express .. 'W 99 

„ Guardian .. 'W 99 

„ Herald .. W 98 

„ Sentinel .. M 274 

Walton Gazette .. .. 'W 182 

„ News .. 'W 182 

„ Times (Bootle) .. 'W 112 

Wandsworth Borough News "W 99 

„ News-letter .. M 274 

Wanstcttd Express . . . . 'W 99 

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 

of the Nations . . . . 'W 274 

Cry 'W 94 

Warminster Jounml . . .. W 182 

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) VT 160 

Wasp SY274 

Waste Trade World . . ^W 274 

Watchmaker .. .. M 274 

Waterford Evening News . . D 216 

„ SUndard.. 2 W 216 

„ Star .. .. 'W 216 

„ Weekly News . . W 218 

Water M 274 

Waterfoot Times .. .. 'W 182 

Waterloo Herald . . . . 'W 182 

Times (Bootle) ..■W112 

Waterman 'W 274 

Watford Newsletter .. . . 'W' 183 

Post 'W 183 

Watsonian . . . . 8-Y 274 

Wawr — 274 

Way of Holiness .. .. M 274 
Wearside Catholic News 

(Sunderland) .. .. W 176 

Weather Reports . . . . W 274 
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) .. ■«/■ 148 
„ Dispatch .. .. 'W 81 
„ l^eeman (Dublin) . . 'W 211 
Herald (Epworth) . . W 131 
„ Illuatrated Citizen 

(Bristol) .. .. 'W 274 

„ Intelligencer . . 'W 274 

„ Irish Times (Dublin) 'W 212 
„ List Cottoiiships .. W 274 
„ MaU (Cardiff) .. ■«?■ 119 
„ „ (Glasgow) .. 'W 199 
„ News (Dundee) . . 'W 195 
,. „ (Manchester) W 152 

„ „ (Oldhury) .. W 160 

Northern Whig 

(Belfast) W 209 

„ Notes 'W 94 

Ol)server (Newcastle 

West) 'W 214 
„ Post (Leeds).. .. 'W 276 
„ Record of Textile 

Trades . . 'W 276 

„ Register (Glasgow) "W 275 
„ Reminder .. .. 'W 275 
„ Report .. W 276 

,, Returns of Births 

and Deaths . . 'WT 275 

, Scotsman 

(Edinburgh) W 19« 

„ Statement .. .. 'W 275 

Summary .. .. 'W 275 

Supplement(Galston)W 197 

„ Telegraph (ShefBeld) 'W 275 

Welcome .. 'W 275 

„ Wool Chart.. .. 'W 276 



46 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY, 



PAGE 

Weldon'i Bazaar of Children's 

Fashions M 275 
„ Home Dressinalier . . M 276 
„ Home Milliner .. M 276 
„ Illustrated Dress- 
maker M 275 
„ Journal of Costumes M 275 
„ Ladies' Journal . . M 275 
„ Practical Needlework M 276 
„ Catalogue of Fashions M 275 
Wellingborough News . . 'W 183 
Post .. W 1<SS 
Wellington Express (Som.).- W 183 
Journal .. .. W 183 
„ Weekly News 'W 183 

Wellingtonian M 275 

Welsh Gazette (Aberystwith) W 101 

„ Catholic Herald .. 'W 119 

„ Outlook . . . . M 276 

„ Unionist .. . . M 276 

Welshman (Carmarthen) . . 'W 120 

Wells Journal . . . . 'W 183 

Wesleyan SundaySchool Mag. M 275 

Wesley Biliie Union Journal M 275 

Wessex Divisional Journal.. Q 275 

West (The) M 276 

„ Africa W 94 

„ African and Nigerian 

Gazette "W 276 

„ Bridgford Advertiser 

(Nottingham) .. 'W 159 
„ Briton (Truro) 2 W 18u 

„ Bromwich Weekly NewsW 184 
„ Cumberland Times 

(Cockermouth) 2 'W 123 
„ End Gazette of Fashions M 275 
„ End Philatelist .. M 275 

„ Essex Gazette (Epping) 'W 131 
„ Fife Echo (Dunferm- 
line) 'W 196 
„ Ham and South Essex 

Mail 'W 99 
„ „ Express .. .. "W 99 
„ Berts Observer (Wat- 
ford) .. .. -W 183 
„ IndiaCommittee Circular F 275 
„ Indian BulleiinI .. Q 275 
„ Kent Advertiser 

(Dartford) W 126 
„ Kent Argus (Lewisham) "W 99 
„ „ Times (Bromley) W 116 
„ Lanes. Coast Chronicle 

(Formby) .. 'W 133 

„ London Medical Journal Q 275 
„ „ Observer .. W 99 
„ „ Post .. .. W 99 
„ „ Press .. .. 'W 9M 
„ „ Reporter .. W 99 
,, Lothian Courier 

(Bathgate) ^W 192 
„ Middlesex Times 

(Staines) 'W 176 
,, Midland Co. Railway 

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 12U 

„ Chronicle (Yeovil) W 1S8 

,, Daily Mercury 

(Plymouth) D !63 
„ Echo (St. Ives) .. W 16-J 
„ Equatorial Africa M 276 
,, „ Diocesan 

Magazine M 276 
„ Express (Bideford) "W 108 
„ Evening Herald 

(Plymouth) D 163 
„ Gazette (Yeovil) .. 'W 188 
,, Guardian (Totnes) W 180 
„ Independent 

(Devonpart) W 127 
„ Mail (Cardiff) .. D 119 
„ Morning News 

(Plymouth) D 163 
„ Nationalist (Boyle) W 209 
„ News (Ballinasloe) W 2u7 
I. » (Glasgow) .. 'W 109 

„ „ (Taunton) . . W 178 

„ Observer (Tiverton) 'W 179 
„ People (Ballina) .. 'W 207 
,, Telegraph 

(Urmston) W 181 
„ Temperance 

Herald Q 276 
„ Weekly Mercury 

(Plymouth) W 163 



PAGE 

Westmeath Examiner 

(MuUingar) W 214 
„ Guardian 

(MuUingar) W 214 
„ Independent 

(Athlone) 'W 207 

Westminster Gazette .. D 80 

Mail .. .. W 99 

„ News .. .. W 99 

„ Record . . M 276 

,, Record and W. 

London News W 99 
„ Teacher .. M 276 

Westminsterian .. BY 275 

Westmorland Gazette 

(Kendal) W 142 
Weston S. M. Gazette 2 W 184 

„ Mercury .. 'W 184 

„ ABC Railway 

Guide .. M 275 

Wethcrby News .. .. 'W 184 

Weymouth Standard .. W 184 

„ Telegram .. "W 184 

Wharfedale Observer (Otley) "W 161 

„ Times (Otley) W 161 

What Shalll Recite? .. M 275 

What's Doing (Birmingham) "W 109 

What's On? .. .. W 275 

„ in Southampton W 275 

Wheatsheaf M 276 

Whereto Live Q 276 

Whitby Gazette . . . . 'W 184 

„ Time 1 able . . M 275 

Whitclmrch Herald . . . . 'W 184 

White and Pike's Guide . . M 275 

„ Cross Q 276 

,, 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 iSb 


Whitstable Times . . 


.. ■W185 


Whittlesea Reporter 


.. ■W 185 


Wicklow News Letter 


.. -W 216 


„ People 


.. ■W 210 


„ Press 


.. W 216 


Wide World Magazine 


.. M 276 


Widnes Chronicle .. 


.. -W 185 


„ Examiner . . 


.. W 1S6 


„ Guardian .. 


2 'W 186 


„ Weekly News 


. . W 186 


Wigan Examiner 


2 W 185 


„ Catholic Herald 


.. w US 


„ Observer 


3 •W 186 


Wigton Advertiser . . 


. . ■W 185 


Willcock's Guide .. 


.. M 276 


Willesden Call 


.. W 99 


„ Chronicle . 


.. W 99 


„ Citizen .. 


.. W 99 


Williams School Magazine 3 Y 276 


Wilnislow Express 


.. -W 186 


Wilts County Paper (Marlbro'j"W 163 


Wilts Standard (Cirencester) W 123 


Wiltshire Advertiser 




(Devizes) W 127 


„ Archaiological 




Magazine 


H-Y 276 


„ Gazette (Devizes) W lv7 


„ News (Bath) 


. . ■W 106 


„ Notes and Queries Q 276 


„ Telegraph(Devize!OW 127 


„ Times (Tr'wb'dge) W 180 



Wimbledon Herald . . 
„ Mercury.. 

,, Hews .. ■ 

„ News-letter 

Winiborne Herald . . 
Winchester Diocesan 

Chronicle 
Windsor Chronicle ., 
„ Express 
,, Magazine .. 
Wine and Spirit Gazette 
,, „ Circular 

„ ,, Record 

,, Trade Review 

Wings M 27C 

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 18U 

„ Standard .. ,. W 186 



■W 99 
W t9 

W 99 
P 89 


W 186 


M276 


W 186 
■W 186 

M 276 


■W 94 

M 276 
M 276 
M 276 





PAGE 


Wishaw Herald 


. . 'W 205 


„ Press 


. . W 2(15 


Within our Gates . . 


.. Q 276 


Without the Camp .. 


.. Q 276 


Witness Belfast) .. 


. . -W 2U9 


„ (Glasgow) . . 


.. M 276 


Witney Gazette 


.. -W 186 


Wiveliscombe Express 


.. "W 186 


Wobum Reporter 


.. W 186 


Wokingham Chronicle 


. . W 186 


Woking Herald 


. . ■«?• 186 


„ News and MaU 


.. W 186 


„ Observer 


.. W 186 


Wolf Cub 


.. M 276 



Wolverhampton Chronicle.. 'W 186 

„ Time Tables . . M 276 

Wolverton Express . . . . W 187 

Woman at Home . . . . M 276 

„ Journalist .. .. Q 276 

Worker .. .. M 276 

Woman's Beauty and Health M 276 

Life ^W 276 

Weekly .. . 'W 276 

„ Work . . . . Q 276 
„ World .. .. ■W 276 
„ „ Library .. M 276 

Women's Employment . . P '276 
„ Farm and Garden 

Leaflet .. M '256 

„ Industrial News . . Q 276 
„ International Quarterly Q276 
„ Missionary Maga- 
zine.. .. M 270 
,, Trades' Union .. Q 276 
„ Volunteer Reserve 

Magazine .. M 276 

„ Wear .. .. W 276 

Wonderlands M 276 

Woodbridge Reporter . . "W 187 

Woodford Advertiser .."W 99 

„ Express .. .. W 99 

„ Times .. .. ^W 99 

Wood Green Sentinel . . 'W 99 

„ „ Weekly Herald W 99 

WoodhallSpa Times .. 'W 187 

Wood Pulp Maker .. .. M 276 

„ Worker M 276 

Woolcraft . . „ . . M 276 
Wool Record (Bradford) .. 'W 113 
Woollen Gazette .. .. W 276 
Woolton Lectures .. .. M 276 

Woolwich Gazette CPIum8te'd)W 162 

„ Herald .. .. W 99 

Worcester ABC Guide . . M 276 

„ Daily Times .. D 187 

,, Diocesan Magazine M 276 

„ Herald .. .. -W 187 

Worcesterian .. .. 3 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 .. .. B M 277 

Words of Lite .. .. M 277 

„ „ Salvation .. . . M 277 

„ „ Truth . . . . M 277 

Work "W '277 

Work and Witness .. .. Q 277 
Work and Worship . . . . M 277 
Worker's Dreadnought . . "W 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 . . . . W 187 
WorkingMen's College Jrnl. M 277 
Workmen's Trains and Trams 

Time Table Q 277 

World W 94 

World's Carriers . . . . M 277 

„ Fair ' W 277 

,, Laboiu* 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 

Wottdn-underEdge Gazette W 188 

Wrexham Advertiser .. "W 188 

„ Argus .. .. M 277 

„ Journal .. .. P 188 

Wrexhamian .. ..8Y277 

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 



YBeimiad (Liverpool) Q 277 
Brytlion (Liverpool) 'W 148 

„ Cerddor M 277 

„ Cymro (Dolgelly) .. 'W 128 
„ Drysorfa .. .. M '277 

„ Dydd (Dolgelly) . . W 128 

„ Gorlan M 277 

„ Genedl Cymreig 

(Carnarvon) W 120 
„ Glorianydd (Llangefni) W 148 
„ Goleuad (Carnarvon) .. iff 120 
„ Gymraes.. .. .. M 277 

,, Lladmerydd .. .. M 277 

., Rhedegydd (Blaenau) . . 'W 111 
,, Seren(liala) .. . . W 104 

,, Traethodydd .. .. Q 278 

„ Tyst (Merthyr) .. .. W 163 

„ „ Dirnestol .. .. M 278 

„ Werin A'R Eco (Carnar- 
von) . . W 120 
„ Wyntyll (Llangefni) . . 'W 148 
Ymwelydd Q 277 

„ Efcngylydd .. .. M 278 

„ Wythnos ar Eryr(Bala) W 1(J4 
„ Ymofynydd .. .. M 278 

Yachting Monthly .. .. M 277 
„ World .. .. W 94 

Yachtsman W 277 

Yarmouth Independent . 'W 188 
„ Mercury .. .. 'W 188 
„ Times .. .. ^W 183 
„ Weekly Press , 'W 188 

Yeovil Leader iff 188 

Yes or No 'W' 277 

York Journal of C!onvocation 277 
,, Diocesan Gazette .. M 277 

„ Star ^W 188 

Yorkshire A. B.C. Diary .. M 277 
,, Catholic Herald .. W 188 
Early Bird (Sheffield) 171 
,, Evening New8(Leeds)D 144 
,, Evening Post (Leeds) D 146 
„ „ Press (York) D 183 

„ Estates Gazette .. M 277 
„ Factory Times 

(Dewsbury) W 128 

„ Gazette (York) .. "W 188 

„ Herald .. D 188 

„ News .. .. 'W 188 

„ Observer (Bradford) D lis 

„ Observer Budget . . W 113 

,, Post (Leeds) .. D 145 

,, Retail Newsagent M 277 

„ Sports (Bradford) W 113 

„ Telegraph (Sheffield) D 171 

„ Weekly Herald(York)W 188 

„ Weekly Post (Leeds) 'W 145 

Y'oung Abstainer . . • . Q 277 

,, Believer's Monthly.. M 277 

„ Christian .. .. M 277 

„ Crusader . . . . M 277 

,, Folks' Tales .. .. "W 277 

,, Helper's League .. M 277 

„ Ladies' Journal .. "W 277 

„ Man and Woman . . M 277 

„ Musician .. B-M 277 

„ New Churchman . . Q 278 

„ Protestant .. .. M 378 

„ Scotland , ,,», ..„,., ; M 278 

„ Soldier.. i. ■',.■ 'W 278 

„ Watchman .. M 278 

Young's Time Tables (Perth) JI 278 

Y'outh and Music .. .. M 278 

Youtliful Days . . M 278 

Y. M. C. A. Times . , . . Q 277 

Ystwythian ,. 3 Y 278 

Y.W.C.A. News Letter . . Q 278 



Zambesi Mission Record . . Q 278 
enana M 278 

Zion's Witness .. .. M 278 
Zodiac M 278 



47 



INDEX TO BRITISH NEWSPAPERS. 



LONDON 




and London Suburban. 


Morning, 


i>AOK 


D»ily Chronicle . 


. 79 


— RxpreBS 


. 711 


— (iraphlo .... 


. YD 


Mall .... 


. 7U 


Mirror .... 


. 79 


1 — Ncw» . - . . 


. 79 


Sketch .... 


. 79 


Telegraph 


. 79 


World .... 


. 79 


Financial News . 


. 79 


Time 


79 


Truth .... 


71) 


Financier and Bulllonlst . 


79 


Indicator .... 


9n 


Islington Gazette 


96 


Jewl'h I-;\pro»4 . 


79 


Tinif8 .... 


79 


Iji lletro|)ole 


79 


L'lnd^pendance Belt;e . 


79 


Lloyd's List 


8U 


Morning Advertiser . 


80 


Post .... 


KU 


Public Ledger .... 


80 


t Sporting Life 


W) 


Sportsmuu . 


8(1 


1 Times ... . . 


80 


Evening. 




Kvenlng News .... 


80 


— Standard .... 


80 


Globe 


80 


Jewish Evening News . 


80 


Pall Mall Unzetle. 


SO 


Star 


80 


Westminster Gazette . 


80 



Twice a week. 

Bazaar 

Borough of West Ham Express . 

Camberwell Times . 
I East End News . . . . 

Ham Express . , . . 

Hackney Spectator 
> London Gazette . . . . 
L Middlesex County Times 

South Loudon Observer 

Sporting World . . . . 

Stratford Express 

Thrice a week. 
Hackney Gazette . 
, Mail 

Fortnightly. 
Brewers' Gazette 
Charity Record 
Commercial World 
Insurance & Finance Chronicle 
i Putney News Letter 
lYibune Congolaise 
Wimbledon News-Letter 

Weekly. 

Accountant . 
Acton Express 

Gazette . 

Post 

Aeroplane 

Agricultural Gazette 
Amateur Gardening 
American M.'ichiniiit 

Register 

Architect 
Architects' and Builders' Journal 
Army and Navy Gazette 
. Australasian and Canadian World 
Autocar 
Automotor Journal 

Bakers' Record . 
Balham Mercury . 

News . . , , 

Baptist Times and Freeman 
Barnes Herald 
BayMwater Chronicle . 
Bethnal firoon News 
Board of Trade Journal 
Boro' Mercury 
Bowes Park Weekly News . 

Boxing 

British Australasian . 

— and Colonial Printer 

— Citizen and Empire Worker 

• Journal of Photography 

Medical Journal 

Weekly .... 




89 



Weekly— (Con.) pao» 

Brixton and Lambeth Gazette . 94 

Brixton and Streatham Tiniea . 94 
Brixton Free Press . . .96 

Bi-ockley News . . . . 9fi 

and New Cross News , . 95 

Builder 83 

Building News . . . . 83 

- — Trade 83 

World 83 

Bystander 83 

Cabinet Maker .... 83 

Call . . ... . .83 

CambcrwellHorough Advertiser 95 

News 95 

Canada 83 

Canadian Gazette .... 83 

News 83 

Capitalist 83 

Car Illustrated .... 83 
Catford Journal .... 96 
Catholic Herald . . . .83 

Times 83 

Challenpe S3 

Chemical News . . . .83 
Chemist and Druggist . . . 83 
Chingford Guardian . . .96 
Cliiswick Express . . . .95 

Gazette 96 

Times 95 

Christian 83 

Age 4 .... 83 

— Commonwealth . . .84 

Globe 84 

Herald 84 

— Life 81 

World 84 

Church Famllj Newspaper . . 84 

— Times 84 

Citizen 84 

City John Bull .... 84 

City Press 84 

Citj Review 84 

Civilian 84 

Clapham Chronicle . . .96 

Observer .... 95 

Clarion 84 

Coal and Iron ... .84 
Colliery Guardian . . . 84 
Common Sense .... 84 
Contract Journal . . . .84 

Contractor 84 

Contractors' Chronicle . . 84 

Country Life §4 

County and City of Loudon 

Observer 84 

Court Journal ... 84 

Crystal Palace Advertiser . . 96 



Daily Mail Overseas 

Mirror Overseas W. Edition 

Sketch W. Edition 

Draper .... 
Drapers' Record . 
Dulwich Post 
Reporter 

Ealing Gazette 
East Uam Echo . 

Mail . 

Recorder 

East London Advertiser 

Ob.server 

Post 

Eastern Mercury . 
Economist 

Electrician . . , 
Electrical Review . 

Times . . " , 

Engineer . . ;" 
Engineering . 
English Churchman . 

Mechanic . 

Enterprise 

Era .... 

Estates' Gazette . 

Everyman 



Falrplay .... 
Farm, Field, and Fireside 
Farm and Homo . 
Farmer and Stockbreeder 
Farm Lite . 
Feathered World . 
Field .... 
Finance .... 
Fiuanclal Outlook 

Standard 

Worlil . 

Finchley Press 
Flnsbury Weekly News 



95 
96 
95 
95 
95 
96 
86 
85 
86 
86 
85 
85 
86 
86 
85 
85 
85 
85 

85 
86 
86 
86 
86 
85 
86 
86 
86 
86 
86 
96 
98 



WeeHj-CCoji.) rAOi 

Fishing Gazette .... 86 

Fish Trades' Gazette . . . 86 

Flight 86 

Flying 86 

Food 86 

Forest Hill Examiner ... 96 

Freemason 86 

Freemason's Chronicle . . 86 

Friend 86 

Fruit Grower .... 86 

and Flower Trades Joomal . 86 

Fnihani Chronicle . . .96 
ObteiTer .... 96 



Garden .... 
Gardeners' Chronicle . 
Gardening, Illustrated 
Gas Journal . 

World . 

Gentlewoman 
Graphic ... 

Greenwich Newa . 
Grocer .... 
Grocers' Gazette 

Journal 

Guardian 



Hackney Recorder 
Halrdres.'iers' Journal 
Hampstead Advertiser 

Express 

Record . 

Herald 

Hither Green Journal 
fiolborn Guardian, 
Holloway Press . 
Home and Colonial Mall 
Hornsey Journal . 
Horse and Hound . 
Hospital . 



Illustrated London News 

Police News . 

Sporting k Dramatic 

Sunday Herald 

Imperialist . 
Insurance Observer 

Record . 

Investors' Guardian 

Review . 

Iron Trade Journal 

and Coal Trade Review 

Ironmonger . 
Islington Guardian 
„ News 



Jewish Chronicle . 

World . 

John Bull 

Joint Slock Co.'s Journal 
Journal the Society of Arts 
Justice .... 
of the Peace . 



Kensington News 
Kentish Independent 

Mercury 

Kllburn Times 



Labour News 

La Chronique 

Ladies' Field . 

Lady .... 

Lady's Pictorial . 

Lancet , . . , .^ 

Land Agents' Record .■ 

and Water . 

Law Journal 

Times . 

Leather Trades' Review 
Lee Journal . 
Lewisham Advertiser . 

Journal 

Borough News 

Leyton Express . 
Leytonstone Express . 
Licensed Victuallers' Gazette 
Licensing World . 
Light .... 
Live Stock Journal 
Lloyd's List W. Summary 

Weekly News 

, Index 

Local Government Chronicle 

- Journal . 

London and China Express 

Telegraph 

— Commercial Record 



86 



Weekly-<Con.) taom 

London Mall 89 

Opinion 80 

Welshman . . . ,89 

Londra Koma ... 89 

Machlner; Market . . .89 
Mark I/aue Express . . .89 
Marylebone Mercury . . .97 

Record 97 

Times 97 

Mayfair 89 

Medical Officer .... 89 
Medical Press and Circular. . 90 
Men's Wear . . . 90 

Methodist Recorder . . . 90 

Times 90 

Military Mall .... 90 

Miller 90 

Mining Journal .... 90 

News 90 

World go 

Mirror of Life . ... 90 
Mitcham Gazette . . . . 97 
Mitcham Mercury . . .97 

Money 90 

Market Review . . . 90 

Motor 90 

Municipal Engineering . . 90 

, Journal 90 

Musical Standard .... 90 
Muswell Hill Record ... 97 

Nation 90 

National News . . . .81 

Weekly 90 

Nature 90 

Near East 90 

New Age 90 

Cross Free Press . . .97 

Statesman .... 90 

Witness . ... 91 

Newsagent ..... 91 
News of the World ... 81 
Newspaper World . . ,91 
North London Guardian . . 97 
North Middlesex Chronicle . . 97 
Norwood News .... 97 

Press 97 

Review 97 

Herald 97 

Weekly Record . . .97 

Nursing Minor .... 91 
Times 91 

Observer 81 

Oil Trades Journal ... 91 

News 91 

Outlook 91 



Paddlngton Gazette . 


. 97 


Mercury 


. 97 


Times .... 


. 97 


Palmer's Green Gazette 


. 97 


Paper Trade Review . 


. 91 


Passing Show 


. 91 


Pelican 


. 91 


Penge News .... 


. 98 


Press .... 


. 98 


People 


. 81 


Petroleum Review 


. 91 


Pharntaceutical Journal 


. 91 


Pioneer (Woolwich) . 


98 


Pol ice Review 


. 91 


Poultry 


. 91 


Primitive Methodist Leader 


. 91 


Produce Markets Review . 


. 91 


Public Opinion . 


. 91 


Pnbli.'thers' Circular . 


. 91 


Punch . . - . . 


. 91 



Queen 91 

Queen's Park Advertiser . . 98 

Racing Newa . . . .91 

World 92 

Hallway Gazette .... 92 

News 92 

Review 92 

— and Shipping Contractor . 92 

Record 92 

Referee 81 

Review 92 

Reynolds's Weekly Newspaper . 81 
Richmond Herald . . .98 

Times 98 

Rubber World .... 92 

St. Pancras Chronicle . . 98 

Gazette . . . .98 

Guardian ... 98 

Saturday Review . . .92 
School Government Chronicle . 92 

I) 2 



48 



THE NEWSPAPEE PRESS DIRECTORY. 



Weekly— < Co 


n.) PAQB 


Schoolmaster 


. 9i 


Schoolmis'tress 


. 92 


Shipping List 


. 92 


World . 


. 92 


Shoe and Leather Newt 


. 92 


Record 


. 92 


Trades Journal 


. 92 


Shoredltch Observer 


. . 98 


Sketch . . . , 


. 92 


Solicitors' Journal 


. . 92 


South Africa . 


. 93 


American Journal 


. 93 


South Eastern Herald . 


. 98 


London Press 


. 98 


Western Star 


. . 98 


South wark Recorder 


. 98 


Spectator 


. 93 


Sphere 


. . . 93 


Sporting Times 


. 93 


Stage 


. . 93 


Statist . 


. . 93 


Stem Ult Belgie . 


. 93 


Stock Exchange . 


. 93 


— Gazette . 


. . 93 


Streatham News . 


. 98 


Sunday Evening Telegr 


am . .81 


School Chronicle 


. 93 


Pictorial 


. 81 


Times . 


• 81 


Surveyor 


. 93 


Sydenham Gazette 


. 98 


Borough News 


. 98 


Review . 


. 98 


Sjren and Shipping 


. . 93 


Tablet . 


. 93 


Tatler . 


, 93 


Territorial Service Ga 


set to , 93 


Thames Valley Times 


. 98 


Timber . 


. 93 



Trades Jounial . 

Times Literary Supplement 

Weekly 

Tooting Gazette . 
Tottenham Herald 

Wednesday Herald 

Town Topics . 

Truth .... 

Twickenham Herald . 

United Methodist 

Sei'vlceGazette . 

Universe 



Walthamstow Guardian 

Express . 

Herald . 

Wandsworth News 
Wanstead Express 
War Cry 
Weekly Dispatch , 

Notes 

West Africa . 

Ham Mail 

Express . 

Kent Argus 

London Observer 

Post 

Press 

Reporter 

Westminster and Plmllco News . 

Mall 

Record ■ 

Wiilesden Call . 

Chronicle 

Citizen . 

Wimbledon News 

Hemld . 

Mercury 

Wine and Spirit Gazette 
Winning Post 
Woodford Advertiser 

Express . 

— Times . 
Wiood OreenHeroW 

— *— .: Sentinel ■ . 

Woolwich Oazette 
Woolwich Herald . 
World . 



Yachting World . 

E N gTa N D 

Abercarn Weekly Argus 
Aberilare Expresi 

Leader . 

Post 

Abergavenny Chronicle 
Abergele Visitor . 

Times . 

Weekly News 

AbeitlUery Weekly Argus 
Aberystwith Despatch 
Accrington Advertiser. 

Gazette . 

Observer . 

Adain (Corwen) . 
Advocate (Shirley) 
Alcesier Chronicle 



93 



93 
94 

98 

94 
91 
94 

99 
99 
98 
99 
99 
94 
81 
04 
94 
99 
99 
99 
99 



PAGE 
Aldeburgh Post . . . .102 
Alderiey Advertiser (Wilmslow) 186 
Aidersliot News . . . .102 

Gazette . . . .102 

Altord Gazette . . . .102 
Aitreion Journal . . . .102 
Alnwick County Gazette . . 102 

Guardian .... 102 

Alton Mail 102 

Aitrlnchnni Advertiser . . Wi 

Guardian . . . .102 

Amman Valley Chronicle . . 103 
Ampthlll News . . . .103 
Andover Advertiser . . .103 
Appleby Herald . . . .103 
Arraley News .... 103 
Ashbourne News . . . .103 

Advertiser . . . .103 

Telegraph . . . .103 

Ashburtou Guardian . . .103 
Ashton Herald . . . .103 

Reporter . . . .103 

Standard . . . 103 

Weekly Reporter . . 104 

Aston News (Birmingham). . 109 
Athersione Express . . . 104 

Herald 104 

News 101 

Observer .... 104 

Atherton Journal . . . .101 
Auckland Chronicle . . . 110 
Avalon Independent (Glaston- 
bury) 133 

Avonmouth Mail (Bristol) . . 115 
Aytsham and Reephaiii F0:>t . 104 

Bacup Chronicle . . . .104 

Times 104 

Banbury Advertiser . . .104 

Guardian . . . .106 

BaneracAm5erauCymru(Denbigh)127 
Bangor News .... 105 

Observer - - - .105 

Barking Advertiser . . .105 

Ciironicle . . . .105 

Barmouth & County Advertiser 105 

Barnet Press 105 

Barniildswick Pioneer . . .106 
Barnsley Chronicle . . . 105 

Independent .... 105 

Telephone . . . .105 

Barrow Guardian .... lOG 
■ News 10« 



PAOK 
. 110 
. 110 
. 110 
. 110 
. 110 
. 110 
. 110 
. 110 
. 110 
. Ill 
. Ill 
. Ill 
Blyth News Ill 



Birstail Herald . 
Bishops Castle Advertiser 
Blackburn Catholic News 
Blackburn Times . 

Weekly Telegraph 

Blackpool Herald 

Times 

Standard 

Blackwood Argus 
Blaenavon Argus . 
Blandford Herald 
Biaydon Courier 



. 101 
. 101 
. 101 
. 101 
. 101 
. 101 
. 101 
. 101 
. 101 
. 101 
. 101 
. 102 
. 102 
. 124 
. 172 
. 102 



Rarrowford Leader . . . 106 
Barry Dock News .... 106 
Harry Herald . . . .106 
Bath Chronicle . . . .106 

Daily Chronicle . . .106 

Herald 106 

Observer . . . .106 

Batley Free Press . . . .106 

— News 106 

Renorter . . . .106 

Beckenham Advertiser . . 107 

— Chronicle . . . .107 

Journal 107 

Times 107 

liedale Chronicle . . . .167 
Bedford Daily Circular . . 107 

Record 107 

Bedford-hire Express (Biggles- 
wade). . . • .108 

Saturday Telegraph (Luton) 140 

Standard (Bedford) . . 107 

Times (Bedford) . . . 1U7 

Bedworth News .... 107 

observer .... 107 

Beeston Gazette - , . . 107 

Bel per News 107 

Berkeley Gazette . . . .107 
Berklianistead Gazette. . . 107 
Berkshire Advertiser . . .181 

Chronicle (Reading) . . 165 

Gazette (Wokingham) .186 

Burrow's Worcester Journal . 187 
Berwick Advertiser , . , 107 

Journal . , , . . 108 

Mercury 108 

Bettwys-y-Coed Weekly News . 108 
Beverley Guardian , . . 108 

Recorder . . . .108 

Bexhlll Observer .... 10:i 

Chronicle .... 108 

Bexley Heath Observer . . 108 
Bexley Times .... 108 

Bicester Advertiser . . . 108 
Biddulph Chronicle . . . 108 
Bldcford Weekly Gazette . . 108 
Biggleswade Chronicle. . . 108 
Birkenhead Advertiser. . . 108 

News lO') 

Blrnilnpliam Catholic News . 109 
- — Daily Mtll . . . . lo9 

Gazette . . . . lou 

— — News 109 

I irmlngham Post . . . 1U9 

\\ eekly Mercury . , . 109 

Post , . . .109 

Birstail News . . . .no 



Bognor Observer . - . .Ill 
Bolton Catholic Herald . .111 

Chronicle . . .Ill 

Evening Chronicle . .111 

Evening News . . . Ill 

Weekly JoArnal . . .111 

Bootle Herald . . . .111 

Times Ill 

Boston Guardian . 112 

Bournemouth Daily Echo . . 112 

Graphic 112 

Guaidlau . . . .112 

Visitors' Directory . . 112 

Brackley Observer . . .112 
Bradford Catholic Herald . . 112 

Daily Argus . . . .112 

Telegraph . . .112 

Pioneer .... 112 

Weekly Telegraph . . 112 

Bralntree Advertiser . . .113 

Oazette lis 

Branksome Herald (Poole). . 163 
Brecon County Times . .113 

and Radnor Express . .113 

Brewood Courier . •. . . 113 
Bridgnorth Journal . . .113 
Bridgwater Independent . . 113 

Mercury . . . .114 

Bridlington Chronicle . . .114 

Free Press . . . .114 

BridportNews . . . .111 
Bricrfleid I^cader . . . . 114 
Brlghouse Echo . . . .114 

Free Press . . . .114 

Brightlingsea News . . .114 
Brigliton Advertiser . . .114 

Gazette 114 

Graphic 114 

Herald 114 

Observer , . . .114 

Society 114 

Standaid . . . .116 

i'lmes 114 

Bristol Catiiollc Herald . . 116 

Evening News . , .115 

KveningTiniea . . 115 

Express 116 



Guardian .... 115 
Observer . . . .115 

Times and Mirror. . .115 

Western Daily Press . . 116 

Brisham Western Guardian . 116 
liroadstairs Echo . . .110 
Broadstairs Mall .... 116 
Bromley Chronicle . . .116 
— Journal . . . 116 

Local Guide . . . .116 

Times 116 

Bromsgrove Weekly Messenger .116 
Bromyard Xews . . . .116 
Bryiimawr Argus . . . .116 
Buckfastleigh Guardian . . 116 
Buckingham Advertiser . . 116 
Buckinghamshire Advertiser 

(Uxbridge) . . . .181 
Bucks Advertiser (Aylesbury) . 101 

Examiner (Chesham) . . 121 

Free Press (Wycombe) . . laS 

Herald (Aylesbury) . .104 

Standard (Ncwpon Pagnell)1.57 

Bude and Stratton Weekly News 116 
Burubam Gazette . . . 116 
Burnhani-fin-Crouch Advertiser. 117 
Burnley Catholic News ' .' ' V'117' 

Express 117 

News 117 

Burry Port Star . . . .148 
Burton Chronicle .... 117 

DaliyMall . . . .117 

Evening Gazette . . .117 

Observer .... 117 

Bury 'Lane.) Guardian .117 

Visitor 117 

(Lane.) Times . . 117 

St.EdmundsiiNorwlch Post 117 

Free Presf (Suffolk) . . 117 

Buzton Advertiser . . .117 
Herald 117 

Caerphilly Journal (Pontypridd) 163 
CTinberley News . . . .117 
Cambria Dally Leader (Swansea) 176 
Cambrian (Swansea) . . . 176 
— News (Aberystwith) . .101 
Cambridge Chronicle . . .118 
Cambridge Daily News . . 118 



Pagk 
Cambridge Independent Press . 118 

University Reporter . .us 

Cambridgeshire Times (March) . 152 
Camelford Guardian . . . lis 

News 118 

Cannock .Advertiser . . . lis 

Courier jig 

Canterbury Journal . . . us 
Cardiff Journal of Commerce .118 

Times 118 

Cardigan Advertiser . . . 119 
Carlisle Jonrnai . . . .119 

Weekly Citizen . . .119 

Carmarthen Weekly Reporter . 1 19 
- — Journal .... 119 
Carnarvon Herald . , . 110 
Carnforth News . . . 120 

Caterham Press .... 120 
Catholic News (Preston) . . Kit 
Central Gazette (Glastonbury) .13:; 

Chard News i;;(i 

Chatham News .... r^u 
— - Observer .... 120 
Chattei-is Advertiser , . l-jo 

Cheadle Herald .... 120 

Times 120 

Cheddur Valley Times . . i::i 
Cheltenham Chronicle . . . r, 

Looker-on . . . ,]'._: 

Chepstow Weekly Argus . . 1 -.; i 
Cheshire Daily Kcho (Stockport) 17:> 

Observer (Chester) . . 121 

Chester Chronicle . . . . vn 

Courant i'>i 

Guardian . . . 121 

Chester- le-Street Chronicle . T' ' 

Chichester Observer . . . Iv 

Chislehurst Times , . .1 

Choriey Guardian . , . ]v 

Weekly News . . .1 

Christehtirch Times 

Church Stretton Advertiser 

Citizen (Gloucester) . 

(Letcllworth) 

(Nottingham) 

City of Ely SLantiard . 

Clayton-ie-Moors Observer. 

Cleckheaton Advertiser 

Guardian 

Clevedon Mail (Bristol) 

Mercury 

Cleveland Standard (Redcar) 

Clifton Chronicle . 

Free Press 

Clltberoe Advertiser . 

Times .... 

Coalville Times . 

Cockermouth Free Press . 

Colchester Gazette 

Coleshill Chronicle 

Colue Tiniea 

Valley Guardian (S'walte) . 17;) 

Colwvn Bay Weekly News . . 124 

"Herald l--'4 

Standard .... 121 



1 

134 
141'. 
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inn 
l-.'n 



. 1- 

. 1 
. 1. 



VJ-.i 

i':i 



124 

124 

i:>u 



Congleton Chronlclo . 

(juanliau 

Times . 

Couseit Chronicle . . . .1 

Guardian . , . ,1 

Conway Standard . . . . : 
Co-Operatiye News (Manchester^ 
Cornish Echo (Falmouth) . 

Guardian (Bodinin) . .1. 

Post (Camborne) . . . l^■^ 

Post (Launceston) , .lit 

Times (Llskeard) . . U7 

Cornishman (Penzauce) . . li.! 
Comublan (Redruth) . . . II I'l 
Ornwali County News (Truro) . It" 
Cotton Factory Tlmes(Ashton) . UU 
Coulsdon Record ... IJl 
County Echo (Fishguard) . .132 
Herald (lIol.vwell) . .139, 

Express (Cradiey Heath) . 125 

' (Stourbridge) : ' . . 175 1 

Advertiser (Briorley Hill) . Ill 1 

Heiald (Briirley Hill). . ill : 

of Middlesex Independent 1 

(Brentford). . . . 113 : 

Press (Newport I.O.W.) . 166 | 

Coventry Graphic . . .124 

Herald 125 

Standard . . . . 1'25 

Craven Herald (Skipton) . . 173 ' 

Crayford Chronicle . . . 125 , 

Craylord Express . . . . 1 C.'i 

Croditon Chronicle . . 5 
Crewe Chronicle . . . 

Guardian . . .1 

Observer . . . - 12;. 

Cricket and Football Field . .ill 
Cromer Post . - . . . !-■'' 
Cromer Press . . . .1-5 
Crowborough Weekly . . . I '-5 
Crowle Advertiser . . . V-5 
Croydon Advertiser . . . 126 
Times 126 



INDEX TO BRITISH NEWSPAPERS. 



4d 



CnnibiTlnnil C«thollc News 

(Carlinle) 119 

KvmilriK MaII - • -111) 

.Nu»» 11» 

Dally ninpatrh (Maiicliostor) . IM 
Mull (Hull) . . . .141 

Western Time* . . .131 

Dnitoli News , . . ,125 

Giiarillaii . . . .126 

Uariati (AluTilarc) . . .101 

Darlington Timet . . .126 

narifiinl Cliroulcio . . . l:;8 

- K.ipren!. . . . . 12ti 
' trtniimth Chronicle . . . 126 

- Cuanltan .... 12i3 
irwen Advertiser . . .12(1 

^News ISe 

- - (iazette . . . .128 
Daventrv Kipress . . .126 
Dawllsh (iazetle .... 126 
IV'al Mircurj .... 126 

- Taper 126 

in Forest fJuardlanlColeford) 124 

Mercury (CInderford) . . 122 

Deeslde Advertiser (Iloylake) . 1 

Dei!Pinwy stand:ir<l . . .127 

Denbighshire Kreo Press . . 127 

Advertiser (ttreilinni) . 188 

Derby Dally Telegraph . .127 
Express . . , .127 

- Football Exfrem . . . 127 
— Mercury . . . .127 

Reporter . . . .127 

Derbyshire Advertiser (Derby) . 127 

Courier (Chesterfield) . . 122 

Times (Chesterfield) . .122 

Dcreh.ini Times . )30 

Devon Dally Cazette (Exetor) 131 

and .Somerset Weekly News 170 

Dewsbury District News . . vn 

Free Press . . . .123 

Reporter . . . \19, 

Dinesydd Cymreig (Carnarvon) . 1 20 

DUs Express 128 

Journal 128 

Donca.ster Advertiser . . .128 

• Chronicle . . . .128 

-— (iazette 128 

Dorchester Mail . . . .128 
Itorking Advertiser . . . 128 
Dorset County Cbroolcle (Dor- 

che-ter) 128 

Dover Chronicle . . . .128 

Kxpress j28 

Standard . . . .128 

Telegraph .... 128 

Downhani Market Gazette. . 12S 
Dritlield Times . . . .129 
Droitwlch (iuanllan . . .129 
Droylsdeu Herald . . . .104 
Dudley Herald .... 129 

• Chronicle . . \ \ 120 

Dukinlleld Herald . . .104 
Dunstable Borough Gazette . 123 
Durham Advertiser . . .129 

Chronicle . . . . J29 

Durslcy Gazette . . . . J29 



Barlestown Examiner, . . 129 

Guardian ... 1 129 

Easlugwold Advcniser . ' 129 
East Anglian Daily Times (Ips- 
wich) 142 

Cheshire Oliserver. . . ijo 

Coast Illustrated News . 123 

Devon News . . ] 120 

Essex Advertiser (Clacton)'. 12! 

Griustead Observer . 130 

Kent Gazette! Slttlugboumc) 172 

— - Times ( llauisgate) . los 

Elding Chronicle (Diiffleld) 129 



• (.Sherburn) . 
—^ Suffolk Gazette (Becclos) 
- — Surrey Herald 

• Sussex News { Lewes) . 

Bastbourne Chronicle . 

Gazette .... 

Bastem Counties Times (Il/ord) 

Dally Press(Norwich). 

Evening Sews (Norwich) 

Morning News (Hllll) . 

- — Weekly I'ress (Norwich) 

Eastleigh Weekly News 

Eastwood Advertiser . 

Kbbw Vale Argtig 

Eccles and I'atricroft Journal 

- — Telegraph ... jg,, 

Eckmgton Express (Woodhonsej 187 

130 

ISO 
130 
130 
ISO 
161 
130 
131 



172 

107 

165 

146 

129 

129 

141 

168 

. 168 

. 14(> 

. 168 

. 130 

. 180 

. 130 

. 13(1 

. 130 



— .......(fc I'jit u.ijjr i;bS ( tr 

Rlenbridge Chronicle 
EUand Echo . 
Ellcsmere Herald . 

Port Advertiser . 

Elthani Times 
Ely Weekly Guardian ". 
Empire News (Manchester)' 
Enueld Observer . . . 
Bppiog Advertiser . ' 



I'AOE 
Epsom Advertiser . . 131 

Ilerabl i.si 

Times 131 

Epworth Hells .... I.Sl 
Krdlngton Wwkly News . . 100 
Eriththronlcle . . . .131 
Observer . . . .181 

Times 131 

Rksox Co. Chronicle (Chclm»ford)12l 
Essex tliiardlun (Ilford) . . 141 

ana Ilalstend Times . . 135 

Heralil (Chelmsford) . . 121 

Innependciit (Chelmsford) . 121 

Newsman (Chclnjsford) . 121 

— and Suffolk News (Ca\- 

cliewter) . . . . 1?S 

Standard (Colchester) . . 123 

Telegrnph (Colchester). .124 

Times (Ilomford) , . .167 

— Weekly NewB(Chelmsford). 121 
Evcnini; Argus (BrlRhtoii) . . 116 

Dispatch (I'irmingham) . 109 

Mail (Newcastle) . . . I.''>6 

News (Portsmouth) . I64 

North Wilts Herald (.Swindon) 177 

. 142 

. 177 
. If2 
. 131 
. 131 
. 131 
. 132 

. i;-.l 

. 1S6 



Stardpswieh, 

.Swindon Advertiser 

Tidings (Penzance) 

Kvesbam Journal 

Standard . . . . 

Kxmouth Chronicle 

Journal . . . . 

Express and Echo (Kxetcr) . 
Express and Sur (Wolverhamp- 
ton) . . . . . 

Farlngdon Advertiser . 
Faruborough N e w s 
Farnham Herald . . . . 
Farnworth Chronicle . 

Journal and Observer . 

Faversbam Mercury . 

— News 

PIley Post 

Fleet News 

Fleetwood Chronicle . 

Express 

Gazette-News 

Flintshire Observer (Holywell) . 
Folkestone Express 

Herald 

Footlwll Argus (Newport, Mon.) 
(Bradford) 

Echo (Northampton) 

(Southampton) . 

(Sunderland) 

Express (Exeter) . 

(Liverpool) . 

(W'eymouth) . 

Gazette (.s. Shields) 

Mail (llartlep<'Ol) 

( Newcastle) . 

(Portsmouih) 

News (Nottingham) . 

Post 

(Newport) 

Telegraph (Kettering) 

Forest Gate Express . 
Formby Times . . . . 
Franillngbam Weekly News 
Free Press (W. Brom.) 

„ (Pontypool) 
Freshwater Advertiser 
Frinton Graphic . . . . 

News 

Garston and Woolton News 
(iazetle-News (Blackpool) . 
Glamorgan Free Press (Ponty- 
pridd) 

Gazette (Bridgend) , '. 

Times (Pontypridd) . 

Glossop-Dale Chronic;;e((Jloi8«op) 
Gloucester Chronicle , , . i.-j , , ', 

Echo (Cheltenham) . ! 

Journal 

Goole Times ....'. 

Journal . . . ! 

Gorton Reporter . . ! ' 
Grange News . , ! ! 

Guardian ■ , , ,* 

Grantham Journal 

Qraveseud Reirartcr . .' '. 

Standard . . ! i 

Telegraph . . ', ' 

Grays Gazette , , . 
Grimsby Daily Telegraph .' 
Gazette 

— News . . . . ' 
Gwalia(Bangor) . ! ' ' 
Gwyliedydd Newydd (Blacnau 

Feslinieg) ... 

Halesworth Times 
Halifax Courier . 
-— - Dally Guardian .' 
Halifax Evening Courier 
Guardian 



132 
132 
132 
132 
132 
132 
132 
132 
132 
183 
133 
133 
139 
133 
1.13 
157 
113 
168 
173 
176 
131 
147 
184 
172 
136 
Xbf, 
164 
169 
159 
157 
142 
133 
133 
133 
183 
163 
133 
133 
133 

133 

no 

163 
113 
163 
134 
1$4 
121 
134 
134 
134 
134 
134 
134 
134 
134 
134 
134 
134 
134 
136 
135 
106 

110 

. 136 
. 135 
. 135 
. 135 
. 136 



PAOK 
Halatead Gazette . . . , 135 
Haltwhistle Echo . , .135 
Hampshire Adver.(Southanipton) 173 

Chronicle (Winchester) .185 

County Times . , .161 

Herald (Alton) . . .10? 

Indeiwndent (Southampton) 173 

Observer! Winchester). .185 

Telegraph (Portsmouth) .104 

Uandsworth Chronicle . .136 

Herald .... 136 

Han ts^BerksGaz, (Basingstoke) 1U6 
* Sussex Co. Press (Ems- 
worth) 130 

i Si;9sex Ncws(Peter80eld ) 18-i 

Hanwell Gazette .... 1.35 
Harborne News (Birmingham) . 109 
Harrogote Advertiser . . .136 
Herald 130 

Times 138 

Harrow Gazette . . . .136 

Observer . . . .136 

Hartlepool Advertiser . .136 
Harwich Newsman . . .136 

Standard . , , . I.S8 

Harwood Observer , . . 136 
Haslingdcn Gazette . . . 138 

GuardLin . . . ,136 

Observer . . . .136 

Hastings Independent . . . 138 

Observer . . .136 

Pictorial Advertiser . . 136 

Haverfordwest Telegraph . . 137 
Hayle Weekly News . . .137 

Mail . . . .137 

Heanor Observer .... 137 
Hebdcn Bridge News . . .137 

Times .... 137 

Hockmondwiko Reporter . . 137 

Herald 137 

News 137 

Hednesford Advertiser . . 137 

Courier 137 

Helston Advertiser . . . 137 
Hendon Times . . . .138 
Henley Chronicle . . , ,138 

Standard . . . .138 

Herald Cymraeg(Camarvon) . 120 

of Wales (Swansea) . . 177 

Hereford Journal . . , .138 

Mercury . . . .133 

Times 138 

Hcrne Bay Press . . . .138 
Herts Advertlser(St. Albans) . 168 
— - 0t)scrver ( Bisliops Stortford) 110 

Reporter (Royston) . .168 

Hertford.shire Express (Hltchin) I-3!) 

Hemel Hempstead Gazette 137 

— Mail (Hitehin) . . .139 

Mercury (Hertford) . .138 

Hexbam Couraut .... 188 

Herald 138 

Weekly News . . .188 

Heywood Advertiser . . . 138 

News 138 

High Peak AdvertIser(N. Mills). 156 

News (liuxton) . .117 

Chronicle (Buxton) .117 

Reporter (New Mills) . 166 

Hlghbridge Kcho . . , ,138 
Hinckley Echo 

Observer 

Times . 

Holmttrth Express 
Holsworthy News 
Holt Post 
Holyhead Chronicle 

Mall 

Observer 

Honley Expr(?s3 . 
Ilorbury Observer 
Horfield Record . 
Horley Advertiser 
Horucastle News . ■ 
Hornsea Guardian. 
Horsham Times . 
Hove Gazette 
Howdcneblre Gazette (Goole) 

Chronicle (Pocklington) 

Hucknall Dispatch 
lIuddcrsHeld Daily Examiner 

Examiner 

Worker 

Hull Catholic Herald . 

Dally News . 

News , , , , 

and Lines. News , 

and East Yorks. Times. 

and Lincoln Times 

Huntingdon I'ost. 
Hunts County News(Uuntingdon)141 
Hyde Reporter . . , ,141 
Hythe Advertiser , , 141 
Reporter , , , ,141 

Ilford Recorder . , . ,141 

Onardian , . . .141 

Ilfraconibc Chronicle , , ,141 
Gazette Ill 



, 139 
. 139 
, 189 
. 139 
. 139 
. 139 
, 139 
, 139 
, 139 
. 139 
. 139 
,116 
, .139 
'l-''l'-;- >''i.''J39 
. 139 
. 139 
. 140 
. 134 
. 163 
. 140 
. 140 
. 140 
. 140 
, 140 
, 140 
. 140 
, 140 
, 140 
. 140 
141 



rAOi 

Ilkeston Advertiser , . , Ul 

Pioneer 141 

Ilkley Free Press . , . .141 

Gazette 141 

IllustratedWnstemWeeklyNews 163 
Illustrated Chronicle (Newcastle) 156 
Irtam A Cmlishead Telegraph . 142 
Island Star ( .Vewport) . . .1.58 
Isle of Ely Arlverliser (Wisbech) 186 
Isieof Wight Advoitlser(Ventnor)181 

Chronicle (Sandown) . 170 

Guardian (Shanklin) . 171 

Herald (Oiwes) . . 126 

Journal (Newport) . 167 

Mercui-y(Vontnor) .181 

Obgervcr(Ryde) . , 168 

Times (Ryde) . .168 

Jarrow Express , , , , 14i! 
Journal of Commorce(LlTerpooi) 147 

Kelghlcy News , . , , 142 
Kenllwortb Advertiser , , 142 
Keut Argus (Hamsgate) . . 166 

Messenger (Ashford) . . 103 

Herald (Canterbury) .118 

Messenger (Maidstone) . 150 

and.Su.s8exPost(llawkhnrst)137 

Courler(T'nbr'dgeW'll8)180 

Kentish Gazette (Canterbury) . 118 

Express (Ashford) . .108 

Observer (Canterbury) .118 

Telegram ( Deal) . . .126 

Kettering Guardian . . . 142 

— Leader 142 

Kidderminster Shnttle . . 142 

Times 148 

Kincton Advertiser . . . 143 
KIngsbridge Gazette . . . 143 

Guardian .... 113 

Journal 143 

Kington Times (Leominster) .146 
Knaresborougli Post . . . 143 
Knutsford Advertiser . . .143 
Guardian . , . .143 



Labour Leader (Manchester) . 161 
Lakes Herald (Ambleside) . . 102 
Luke's Falmouth Packet . . 133 
Lancaster Guardian . . . 143 

Observer . . . .148 

Lancashire Dally Post (Preston) 184 
Langi>ort Herald . . . . 144 
Launceston Weekly News . . 144 
Leamington Chrouicle . . . 144 

Spa Courier . . . .144 

Ledbury Guardian . , .144 

Reporter .... 144 

Leeds Catholic Herald . . 144 

Mercury .... 144 

Leek Post 146 

Leek Times 145 

Leicester Advertiser . . .146 

Catholic News . . .145 

Chronicle . . . .146 

Dally Mercury . . .145 

Post . . . .146 

Journal 145 

- ■• 145 

146 
148 
148 
146 
146 

lit 
146 
146 
;48 
176 



Mail _ 

Leigh Chronicle . . , , 
— — Journal , , , , 

Leighton Buzzard Observer 

— • Weekly Reporter , 

Leomiustcr News .... 
Leyland and Farlngton Weekly 

News(Chorley) 
Lichfield Mercury 
Lincoln Gazette .... 

Leader 

and Stamford Mercury . .._ 

Lincolnshire Chronicle (Lincoln) 146 
— — Echo(Lincoln) . . . 147 
- — Free Press (Spalding) . .174 

Standard (Boston) . .112 

Star (Brigg) . . . .114 

Ltttlchamptou Gazette . . 147 

Observer . . . .147 

Llttleport Gazette . . .147 
Liverpool Catliolio Herald . . 147 

Daily Courier . .147 

Echo . . .147 

Post and Mercury . 147 

Evening Express . , . 147 

Weekly Post, . . .147 

Football Echo . . .147 

IJan A'r Dywysogoeth (Lam- 
peter) 143 

Llandudno Advertiser , . , 148 

Directory , .148 

Junction Standard . , 148 

News 148 

Register , . . .148 

Standard . , . 14« 

Llaueliy Argus , . . .148 

Guardian . . .148 

Mercury .... 148 

Star 148 

LlaoUirfechan Weeldj News . 148 



50 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



tianfairfechan Standard 
Llangollen Advertiser . 
Llanrwst Free Press . 

News 

Standard 

loftus Advertiser 
Long Baton Advertiser 
Loughborough Echo . 

Herald , 

Monitor . 

Times . 

Longhton Advertiser . 
Louth Advertiser . 

Observer 

Lowestoft Journal 

Press 

Ludlow Advertiser 
Luton News . 

Reporter 

Lydney Observer . 
Lyme Regis Mirror 
Lymington Chrouicle . 
Lynn Advertiser . 
News 

Lytham Times . 

Standard 



PACK 

. 148 
. 148 
. 149 
. 149 
. 149 
. 149 
. 149 
. 149 
. 149 
. 149 
. 149 
. 149 
. 149 
. 149 
. 149 
. 149 
. 149 
. 160 
. 160 
. 160 
. 160 
. 160 
. 143 
. 143 
. 160 
. 160 



Mountain Ash Post 
Mumbles Weekly Press 



PAGE 
. 101 
. 177 



Macclesfield Courier . . .160 

Advertiser .... 150 

- Times 160 



Maidenhead Advertiser 

Chronicle 

Maldon Advertiser 
■ Express 



160 
160 
161 
161 
151 
151 
161 
161 
161 
152 
162 
152 
162 
162 
162 
152 
162 
163 
163 
163 
153 
167 
153 



Maiton Messenger 

Malvern Gazette .... 

News 

Manchester Catliolic Herald 

City News 

Evening Ciironiclo 

News .... 

Guardian 

South District Advertiser . 

. Weekly Times 

Mansfield Advertiser . 

Clironlcle ... 

Reporter ... 

Margate Gazette ... 
Market-Harborough Advertiser 

Rasen Mall , 

Marypon News . 

Mashamshire Siandard 

Matlock Visitor . 

Mechanical World (Manchester) 152 

Meltou Mowbray Journal . . 163 

Times . . . .163 

Merioneth News (Doigelly) . 128 
Merthyr Express . . . .163 
Mexborough Times . . . 163 
Mid Cumb'land H'ld (Penrith; . 162 

Devon Times (Newton Abbot )1 57 

Advertiser . . .167 

Bhondda Gaz. (Pontypridd) 163 

Sussex Times (Haywards 

Heath) 137 

Middlesbrough Standard . . 166 
Middlesex Ailvertiser (Uxbridge) 181 

Chronicle ( Honnslow) . .140 

Mlddletou Guardian . . . 164 

Standard . . . .164 

Midhurst Times . . . .164 
Midland Advertiser(Wednesbury)183 

Chronicle ( W. Brom. ) . ". 183 

Co.Express( Wol verhampton) 1 86 

Co. Herald (Birmingham) . 109 

Counties Tribune (Nun- 
eaton) .... 160 

Dally Telegraph (Coventry) 125 

Tiibuae (Nuneaton) . 160 

Mail (Market Harborough) . 163 

■ Sporting Gaz. (Nottingham) 169 
' ' " " .164 



MUdenhall Post 
Miltord Haven Gazette 
Millom Gazette 

News 

Minehead Advertiser . 
Mlrfleld Herald . 

Reporter 

Mltcham Advertiser . 
Herald . 



164 
164 
164 
154 
, 164 
> 154 
154 
164 



Monraouth8hlreBeacon(Monm'th) 164 

Evening Post (Newport) . ' 

Guardian (Rhymney) . 

Weekly Post (Newport) . 

Montgomery Co. Times (Welsh- 
pool) . 

Express (Newtown) 

Morecambe Times 

Visitor . 

Morley News 

Observer 

Morning Argus (Brighton) 
Morpeth Herald 
Mossley Herald 
Reporter 



N antwich Chronicle . . .166 

Guardian . . . 165 

Narberth News .... 166 
Naval and Military Record (Ply- 
mouth) 163 

Nelson Leader . . . .155 
New Forest Chronicle . . 150 

Newark Advertiser . . . 155 

Herald 155 

Newbury Weekly News . .165 

Chronicle . . . .166 

Newcastle-on-Tyne Dally 

Chronicle . . .156 

Daily Journal . . .156 

Evening Chronicle . . 166 

Weekly Chronicle . . 156 

Newhavcn Chronicle . . .156 
Newmarket Journal . . .166 

Sporting News . . . 156 

Newport (Salop) Advertiser . 167 

Pagnell Gazette . . .157 

Newquay Exprej-s .... 167 
News in a Nutshell (Pem. Dock) 161 
Newton Abbot Guardian . 167 

Norfolk Chronicle(Norwlch) .1.68 

News (Norwich) . . . 158 

North Beds Courier . . .108 

Berks Herald (Abingdon) . 101 

Bucks Times (Fenny Str'tfd)132 

Cheshire Herald (Hyde) .141 

. . Advertiser (Glossop) . 134 

— Devon Herald (Barnstaple) 106 

Journal (Barnstaple) . 105 

North-East Kent Times (Sitting- 
bourne) 172 

North Eastern Gaz. (Middlesbro' ) 164 

Leeds News .... 144 

Mail (Newcastle) . . .150 

Riding News (N'thallerton) 157 

Somerset Gazette (Bristol) . 116 

Star (Darlington) . .126 

Wales Chronicle (Bangor) .105 

Guardian (Wrexham) . 188 

Observer (Carnarvon) . 120 

Pioneer (Colwyn Hay) . 124 

Standard (Conway) . 124 

Times (Denbigh) . 127 

Weekly News (Conway) 124 

Walsham Post . .158 

^— Western Daily Mail (Barrow)106 

Wilt8Guardlan(Chippenh'mj 122 

Wilts. Herald (Swindon) . 177 

Northampton Chronicle . . l-^'8 

Echo . . . . . 168 

Herald" 168 

Independent . . - . 168 

Mercury .... 168 

Northamptonshire Evening 

Telegraph . . . .142 

Gazette (Kettering) . . 142 

Northern Daily Mail (Hartlepool) 136 

Despatch (Darlington) . 126 

Echo (Darlington) . .126 

Telegraph (Blackburn) . 110 

W'kiyGazetto (Middle8boro)164 

Weekly Leader (Newcastle- 
on-Tyne) . . . .166 
Northtleet Standard . . .158 
Northwich Chronicle . . .168 

Guardian . . . .168 

Norwich Mercury . . . .159 
Nottingham Catholic News . 169 

Daily Express . . . 169 

Guardian . . . .169 

Evening News . . . 169 

Post . . . .169 

Weekly Guardian . . 169 

Express . . . .169 

and Notts Local News. . 169 

Notts Free Press (Sutton in 

Ashdeld) . . . .176 
Nuneaton Advertiser . . .160 

Chronicle . . . .160 

Observer . . . .160 



PAOK 

0xford6hlreFreePrc3s(0xford) . 161 

Weekly News (Chipping 

Norton) . . . .122 
Paignton Observer . . .161 

Western Guardian . . 161 

Palmer's News (Martock) . . 153 
Pateley Bridge Herald . . 161 
Pembi-oke Co. Guardian (Haver- 
fordwest) . . .137 

(Pembroke Dock) . . 161 

Dock Gazette . . .181 

Journal . • • 101 

Herald (Haverfordwest) .137 

Times 161 

Penarth Times . . . -162 
Penistone Express (Hoyland) . 140 
Penmaenmawr Weekly News . 1C2 

Standard .... 162 

Penrith Observer .... 162 
Penryn Advertiser . . .162 
People's Journal (Manchester) . 162 

— (Norwich) . . .169 

Peterborough Advertiser . .162 

Citizen .... 162 

Express 162 

Standard .... 162 

Pioneer (Leicester) . . .146 

(Merthyr) .... 153 

Pontefract Advertiser . . ' . 163 

Express 163 

Business Guide . . .163 

Pontypooi Weekly Argus . . 163 
Pontypridd 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 

Weekly Times . . .164 

Prestatyn Weekly . . . 164 
Preston Guardian . . .166 

Herald . . . .166 

Protestant Standard (Liverpool) 148 
Pudsey Advertiser (Stannhigloy) 176 
. 166 
. 188 
. 166 



Rushdeu Argus . 

Echo . . . . 

Paddleworth Standard 
St. Anncs Exprese 

Helens Examiner . 

St. Helens Catliolic Herald , 

Newspaper . 

Reporter 

Ives Times . 

Summary 

Mary Cray Express 

— Times . 

• Neots Advertiser . 

Salcombe Gazette. 



PAGK 
. 168 
. 168 
. 155 
. 169 
. 169 
, 169 
• 16J 
- 169 
. 169 
. 169 
. 108 
. 169 
. 169 
169 



■ Times 169 



Oakham Journal .... 160 
Oldham Catholic Herald . . 160 

Chronicle . . .180 

— — Dally Standard . .160 

— Evening Chronicle . . 160 

Standard . . . .160 

Weekly Times . . .160 

OIney Advertiser .... 160 
Ormskirk Advertiser , . . 16i> 
Ossett Observer .... 160 
Oswaldtwisile Observer . . 161 
Oswestry Adverttzer . . .161 
Oxford Chronicle . . . .161 
Journal 161 

— Review 161 

Times . . . .161 

University Gazette . . 161 



News 

Pulman's News (Yeovil) 
Pwllheli Observer . 



Sale and Strctford Guardian 
Salisbury Journal 

Times .... 

Saltash Gazette 
Saltburn Times . 
Sandbach Advertiser . 

Chronicle 

Guardian 

Sandwich Advertiser . 
Saturday Teiegrapli (Grimsby) 
Scarborougn Daily Post 

Evening News 

Gazette 

Mercurv 

Weekly Post . 

Scuntliorpe News 

Star .... 

Seaford Chronicle 
Seaham Weekly News . 
Selby Express 

Times .... 

Seren Cymru (Carmarthen). 
Scveuoaks Chronicle . 

Telegraph 

Shoernoss Guardian 



Queenborough Guardian 



RadclilTe Guardian . . .165 

Times 165 

R.idnorExprc8s(LIandrindod) . 148 
— — Standard (Llandrindod) . 148 
Ramsbottom Observer . .165 

Rawmarsh Advertiser . . 153 
Rawtenstall Times . . .165 
Reading Mercury . . . .166 

Observer . . . -166 

Standard . . . .166 

Redcar News . . . -166 
Re<ldltch Indicator . . .166 
Reporter (Pendleton) . . .162 
Retford Herald . . . .166 

News 133 

Times 166 

Rhondda Fach Gaz. (Pontypridd) 163 

Ijeader (Tonypandy) . 179 

Rhos Herald (Ruabon) . . 168 
Rhyl Journal . . . .166 

Guardian . . . .166 

Record 166 

News 166 

Rhymney Argus . . . 166 

Richmond Division Gazette . 167 
HingwooQ 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) . 166 

Rotherham Advertiser. . ■ 167 

Express . . . .163 

Bothweli Courier . . .168 
Hoyal Cornwall Gazette . . 180 
Rugby Advertiser . . .168 

Observer . . . .168 

Rugeley Mercury . . . .168 
Ruiaiip-Northwood Courier . . 158 
Runcorn Examiner . . . 168 

Guardian . . . .168 

Weekly News . . .168 



Shefflcid Catholic Herald . . 171 

Daily Independent . . 171 

• Telegraph . . .171 

Weekly Independent . . 171 

■ Weekly News . . .171 

Shcpt on Mallet Journal . .171 
Shields Dally Gazette . . .172 

Daily News . . . 172 

Shipley Times .... 172 
Shrewsbury Chronicle. . .172 

Advertiser . . . .172 

Outlook 172 

Sidcup Times . . . .172 
Sidmouth Herald . . .172 

Olwcrver .... 172 

Skegne.-8 News . . . .172 
Skyrack Courier (Leeds) . .144 
Sleaford Gazette . . . .173 

Journal . . .173 

Slough Chronicle . . . .173 

,, Observer . . . .173 

Smelhwick News . . . .173 

Telephone . . . .178 

Sohani Advertiser . . .173 
Somerset Co. Express (Taunton). 177 

Gazette (Taunton) . 177 ■ 

— Herald (Taunton) . 177 

Guardian (Radstock) . . 166 

Journal (Frouie) . . . ISS 

— - Standard (Fromc). . .133 
South Bank Express (Redcar) . 166 

Bient Guardiao . . . 174 

Bristol Free Press . . 118 

Devon Express (Chudlcigh) 122 

■ Gazette (Kingsbridge) . 143 

EasternGazette(Maidstonej 150 

Eimsail Express . . . 174 

Blmsall Times . . .174 

Glamorgn.Chron. (Bridgend) 113 

Gloucester Chronicle(Thorn- 

bury) 179 

Gazette . . . 116 

Molton Gazette . . . 174 

Notts Echo . . . .169 

Wales Argils (Newport) . 157 

Daily News (Cardiff) . 119 

Echo (Cardiff) . .119 

Evening Express (Car- 
diff) 118 

Gazette (Abertillery) . 101 

Post (Swansea) . .177 

Pre'ss (Llanolly) . . 143 

Weekly Post (Swansea) 177 

Weekly Argus (New- 
port) 167 

West Suffolk Echo (Haver- 
hill) 137 

Soutliall-Norwood Gazette . . 173 
Southampton Pictorial . . 173 

Times 173 

Southend Graphic . . .174 

Observer . . . .174 

Standard . . . .174 

Telegraph . . . .174 

Southern Echo (Southampton) . 173 

Guardian (Boiirneuiouth) . 112 

Timc8(Weyinouth) . . 184 

Weekly News (Brighton) . 115 



INDEX TO BRITISH NEWSPAPERS. 



51 



I'ACiR 

Soiitbimrl Guardian . . .174 
Jonriml 17< 

— Vl«ltcr 174 

Sdwcrby Bridge Times . .174 
Spalding Guardian , , .174 
Sports Artrux (Birmingham) .109 

Kcho (Leeds) . . .144 

F.xpre«« (Hull) . . .140 

— - (fazette (Mldillosbrougli) . 154 

— . Special (Sheineld) . .171 

— Times (liristol) . . .116 
~^;>i>rtlnK !'"> I.I' lc(Manchester) 162 

— Ilulf (lllrmlngliam) . . 109 
— ■ Mall (Porumonlh) . . 164 

— Man (Newcaatle . . . IS6 
.Sporting News (Swansea) . . 177 

Pink (I.«ed») . . . .144 

8ta(ri)rdslilroAdvcrtl8cr{Stairord)174 

— Chronicle (Stafford) . . 174 

— News 174 

— Sentinel (Stoke on-Trent) . 175 

Weekly Sentinel . . .176 

SUIybrldge Herald . . .175 

Re|H>rtor 176 

Standard .... n."* 

Stamronl News . . . .175 
Stanley News . . . .176 
Stockport Advertiser , . . 175 

Kxpress .... 175 

Stockton Her.ild . . . 175 

Stowmarkct Courier . . .176 

Weekly Post . . . .176 

Stratford-on-Avou Herald . . 176 
Stretford Telegraph . . .16!) 

Division .\dvcrtlser . . 169 

Stroud Journal .... 176 

News 17fl 

Sudbiu-y Post . . . .176 
Suffolk Chronicle (Ipswich). . 142 

Free Press (Sudbury) . . 176 

Sea Coast Times . . .149 

Sund.iy Chronicle (Manchester) . 162 
Sunderland Dally Echo . . 176 
Surblton Times . . . ,143 
Surrey Advertiser (Guildford) . 185 

and Hants Ncw8(Famham). 132 

Comet (Kingston) . .143 

County Herald (Sutton) . 176 

Herald (Clicrtaev). . . 121 

Mirror (Kedliin') . . .168 

Times ((Jnlldford') . .135 

Weekly Prrss (Guildford) . 135 

Sussex County Herald (Lewes). 146 

125 
116 
115 
146 
176 
178 
109 
178 
176 
158 
177 
177 
177 
177 



- Courier (Crawley) 
- — Daily News (Brighton) 

Evening Times ( Brighton) . 

Kxpress ( Lewes) . 

Sutton Advertiser 

Herald . 

Sutton Colddeld News 
Swiinagc Guardian 
Swanloy Times 
Swanscombe Chronicle. 
Swansea Shipping Register 
Swindon Advertiser 
Swlnton Telegraph 
Journal . 



Tadcaster News . . .177 

Tamworth Herald . .177 

Mercury . . . .177 

Taunton Courier . . . .178 

Echo 178 

Mall 178 

Tavlsuick Gazette . . .178 
Tces-slde Catholic News . . 164 

Weekly Herald (M'boro) . 151 

TeesdaleMerciiry(BaniardCa»tle)105 
Teignmouth Gazette . . . 178 

Post 178 

Western Guardian . . 178 

Tenbury Wells Advertiser . . 178 

Mail . . .148 

Tenby Observer .... 178 

News 178 

Tewkesbury Weekly Record . 178 

Register . . . .178 

Textile Mercury (Manchester) . 152 
Thame Gazette . . . .178 
Thanct Advertiser ( Ramsgate) .165 

Guardian (Margate) . .163 

— Times (Margate) . . .153 
Thetford Times . . . .178 
Thirsk Guardian . . . .178 

News 178 

Thornbury Gazette . . .179 
Thrapston Journal . . .179 
ThreeShires Advr. (Yeovil) .188 
Tipton Herald . . . .179 
Tiverton Gazette . . . . 179 
Todmorden Advertiser .179 
News 179 





PAOK 


Tonbrldge Free Press . 


. 179 


Gazette 


. 179 


Torbay News 


. 179 


Torquay Directory 


. 179 


Toniuay Times 


. 179 


Torrlngton Chronicle . 


. i79 


Totnes Times 


. 179 


Tredegar Weekly Argus 


. 180 


Tunbrldgo Wells Advertiser 


. 180 


Gazette . 


. 180 


Tylde.-lcy Chronlclo . 


. 180 


Weekly Journal . 


. 180 


Tyncslde Catliollo News 




(Newcastle). 


. 156 


(Jdgorn (Pwllheli) 


. 166 


Dlverston Guardian . 


. 181 


— News .... 


. 181 


Upton on Severn News 


181 


Upwell Advertiser 


. 181 


Dttoxetcr Advertiser . 


. 181 


Vale of Clwyd Weekly News 


. 124 


Vale of Conway Weekly News 


. 124 


Visitor (Eastbourne) . 


129 


Wakefield Advertiser . 


181 


Kxpress 


. 181 


Walkden Telegraph . 


. 181 


WalLisov Chronicle 


. 181 


Mail .... 


. 181 


News .... 


. 181 


Wallington Advertiser 


. 182 


Herald .... 


. 182 


Walsall Observer 


. 182 


Pioneer . 


. 182 


Wallham Telegraph . 


182 


Walton Gazette . 


182 


News .... 


. 132 


Times (Bootle) . 


112 


Ward Davlcs'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 (Kpworth) 


131 


Mail(Cardifl) 


119 


News (Oldbury) . 


160 


Wellingborough News 


. 183 


— Post .... 


183 


Wellington Express (Somerset) 


183 


Journal .... 


183 


Weekly News 


183 


Wells Journal 


183 


Welsh Catholic Herald (Cardiff 


119 


Gazette ( Aberystwith) . 


101 


Welshman (Carmarthen) 


120 


West Bridgeford Advertiser 




(Nottingham 


169 


Briton (Truro) 


180 


Brorawich Weekly News . 


184 


Cumberland Times 


123 


Essex Gazette (Epping) 


131 


Herts Observer 


183 


Kent Advertiser (Dartford) 


126 


Times ( Bromley) . 


116 


Lanes. Coast Chronicle 




Kormby) . 


133 


Middlesex Times (Staines) 


176 


Somerset F. Press 


186 


Sussex Co. 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 


Expres8(Bldeford) 


108 


Evening Herald (Plymouth) 163 I 


Gazette (Yeovil). 


)88 


Guardian (Totnes) 


18U 


Independent (Devonport) . 


127 


Mail (Cardiff) 


119 


Morning News (Plymouth) 


163 


News (Taunton) . 


178 


Observer (Tiverton) . 


179 


Telegraph (Urmston) 


181 



PAOK 

Western Weekly Mercury (Ply- 
mouth) 168 

Westmorland Gazette (Kendal) . 142 
Weston Mercury ... 181 

-super-MareGaBette . . 184 

Wetberby Ni'ws ... 184 

Weymouth standard . . .184 

Telegram . . . .184 

Wharfcdalc Observer (Olloy) . 161 

Times (Otley) . . .161 

What's Doing (Birmingham) . 109 
Whithv Gazette . .184 
Whitchurch Herald . . .184 
Whitehaven Advertiser . . 184 
Free Press . . , .184 

News 184 

Whitley Seaside Chronlclo . . 186 
Whitstablo Times . . .185 

Whittlesca Reporter . . .186 
Widncs Chronicle . . . .186 

Examiner . . . .186 

Guardian . . . .186 

Weekly News . . .185 

Wlgan Examiner . . . .188 

Catholic Herald . . .186 

Observer .... 185 

Wlgton Advertiser . . .185 
Wilmslow Kxpress . . . 185 
Wilts Advertlwr (Devizes) . . 127 

and Berks Co. Paper . . 163 

Gazette 127 

Standard (Cirencester) .123 

Telegraph (Devizes) . . 127 

Times (Trowbridge) . . 180 

News (Bath) . . . .106 

Wimbornc Herald . . .186 
Windsor Chronicle . . .186 

Express .... 186 

Wlnsford Guardian . . .188 

Chronicle .... 186 

Wisbech Constitutional Gazette . 186 

. 186 

, 186 

. 186 

, 186 

186 

186 

. 188 

186 

188 

187 

187 

187 

113 

162 

, 187 

187 



Standard 

Witney Gazette . 
Wiveii.scombe Express . 
Woburn Reporter 
Woking Herald . 
News and Mall 

Observer 

Wokingham Chronicle 
Wolverliami)ton Chronicle 
Wolverton Express 
Woodbrldgc Reporter . 
Woodhall Spa Times . 
Wool Record (Bradford) 
Woolwich Gazette 
Worcester Dally Times 

Herald 

WorcestershlreAdvr.(Worce8tcr) 187 
Chronicle (Worcester) . . 187 

Echo (Worcester) . .187 

Standard (Worcester) . . 187 

Workington News . . .187 

Star 187 

Worksop Guardian . . .187 
Worthing Mercury . . .187 

Gazette . . . .187 

Observer . . . .187 

Wotton Gazette . . . .188 
Wrexham Advertiser . . .188 
Journal 188 



Y Brython (Liverpool) • . 148 

Y Cymro (Dolgelly) . . .128 
YDydd(I)olgelly) . . .128 

Y Genedl C.vmreig (Carnarvon). 120 
YGoleuad (Carnarvon) . .120 

Y Glorlanydd (Llangefni) . .148 

Y Rbcdegydd (Blaeuau) . . Ill 

Y Sereu (The Star) (Bala; . . 104 

Y Tyst (Merthyr) . .163 

Y Werin a'r Eco (Carnarvon) . 120 

Y Wyntyll( Llangefni) . .148 
Yr Wythnosa'r Eryr . . .104 
Yarmouth Independent , .188 

Mercury . . . .188 

Times 188 

Weekly Press . . .188 

Yeovil Leader . . . .188 

York Star 188 

Yorkshire Catholic Herald . 188 

Dally Ob3ervcr( Bradford) 113 

Early Bird (ShefHeld) . .171 

Evening Post (Leeds) . .145 

News (Leeds). . .144 

Press (York). . .188 

Factory Times (Dewsbury) 128 

Gazette (York) . . .188 

— Herald 188 

News(Yorkl . . . .188 

Observer Budget . . .118 

Post (Leeds). . . .145 

Sports Ulradford) . .113 

Telegraph ( Sheffield) . . 171 

Weekly Herald . . .188 

Post (Leeds) . . .145 



SCOTLAND. 

TAO* 

Aberdeen Free Press , . .191 

Catholic Herald . . .191 

Evening Kxpress . . .191 

fJazette . . .191 

Dally Journal . .191 

Weekly Free Press . . 191 

Journal . . , .191 

Alrdric Advertiser . . .191 
Alloa Advertiser , . . .191 

Circular , . . .191 

Journal 191 

Alyth Guardian . . . .192 

Gazette 194 

Annandale Obserrer . . . 194 

Herald (Lockerbie) . .202 

Arbroath Guide . . . .192 

Herald 198 

Ardrossau Herald. • . , ,198 
Argyllshire Advertiser (Loch- 
gilphead) 202 

Argyllshire Herald (Campbel- 
town) 19S 

Ayr Advertiser , . . .192 

Observer .... 192 

Post 192 



Bailie (Glasgow) . . . .197 
Banffshire Advertiser (Buckie) . 193 

Herald (Kcfth) . . .200 

Journal (Banff) . . ,192 

Reporter { Portsoy) . . 204 

Barrhead News .... 192 
Bellman (Perth) . . . .208 
Belishill Speaker . . . .192 



Berwickshire Advertiser (Duns). 196 

News (Duns) 

Blairgowrie Advertiser 

Bo'uess Journal . 

Border Standard (Galashiels) 

Border Telegraph (Galashiels) 

Brechin Advertiser 

Bridge of Allan Gazette . 

Broughty Advertiser . 

Ferry Guide . 

Buchan Observer (Peterhead) 
Bulletin (Glasgow) 
Butemau (Rothesay) . 



19« 

. 192 

. 192 

197 

, 197 

. 193 

193 

193 

193 

204 

197 

204 



Caithness Courier (Thurso) . 


. 205 


Callander Advertiser . 


. 193 


Cambuslang Advertiser 


. 193 


Pilot .... 


. 193 


Campbeltown Courier . 


. 193 


Carluke Gazette . 


. 193 


Carnoustie Gazette 


19,1 


Herald .... 


. 193 


Carrlck Herald (Girvan) . 


197 


Catholic Herald (Edinburgh) 


. 198 


Clydebank and Renfrew Press 


. 193 


Cl.vdesdale Catholic Herald 


(Greenock) 


. 199 


Coatbridge Express 


. 193 


Leailer .... 


. 193 


County Record (Glasgow) . 


. 197 


Crieff Advertiser . 


193 


Cumnock Chronicle 


. 194 


Dally Record (Glasgow) . 


IBS 


Dalkeith Advertiser . 


. 194 


Dairy Herald 


194 


Devon Valley Tribune. 


206 


Dufftown News 


. 194 


Dumbarton Herald 


. 194 


Dumfries Courier . 


. 194 


Standard 


194 


Dundee Advertiser 


. 19S 


Catholic Herald . 


. 196 


Ck)urier 


196 


Dunfermline Express . 


. 196 


Journal .... 


19S 


Press .... 


19S 


Dunoon Advertiser 


. 195 


Herald 


195 


Observer 


195 



Eastern Argus (Glasgow) . . 198 
Edinburgh Citizen (Portobello) 204 

Evening Dispatch . . 196 

News . . . .196 

Gazette . . . .196 

Elgin Courant . . .196 

Esk'*ale Advertiser (Langholm). 201 
Evening News (Glasgow) . . 198 

Teiegrapht Dundee) . .195 

Times (Glasgow) . . .198 

Falkirk Herald . . . .197 

Mail 197 

Fife Free Press (Kirkcaldy) . 201 

Herald ( Cupar) , . .194 

News (Cupar) . . . 194 

Flfeshire Advertiser (Kirkcaldy, 201 
Fishing News (Aberdeen) . . 191 
Forfar Dispatch . , . ,197 



bi 



THll NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY 



Forfar HeraM 

Review . 

Porros Gazette 
Fraserburgh Advertiser 
Herald . 



PAGE 

. 197 
. 197 
. 197 
. 197 
. 197 



Oalloway Advertiser (Stranraer) 205 

Gazette (Newton Stewart) . 203 

Glasgow Citizen . . . .198 

Herald 188 

Observer . . . 198 

Star ami Examiner . . 198 

Weekly Herald . . .198 

News . . . .198 

Gonrock Times . . . .199 
Govan Press . . . .188 
Grangemouth Advertiser . . 188 
Greenock Herald . . .199 
Telegraph • . . .190 

Haddington Advertiser . .199 

Courier . . . .188 

Hamilton Advertiser . . .198 
Hawick Express .... 199 

News 199 

Helensburgh News . . . 198 

Times 199 

Higliland News (InverncHS). . 200 

Leader (Inverness) . . 200 

Times (Inverness) . . 200 

Hiiifoots Kccord (Alva) . . 19i 
Huutly Express . . . .200 

Invcrgordou Times . . . 200 
Inverness Courier. , . . 2i'0 

Football Times . . .200 

Irvine Herald . . . .200 
Times 2jO 

Jedburgh Gazette. . . . 200 
Jobn-o' -Groat's Journal (Wick). 205 
Johnstone Adveitlser . . .200 

Kelso CLi'onlcle .... 200 

Mall 20 

Kllmarnoek Herald . . . 200 

. Standard . . . ; 200 

Kilsyth Chronicle . . . .201 

Joui-nal 201 

Kilwinning Chronicle . . .201 
Kincardine Observer (L'kirk) . 201 
Kluross-shlreAdvcrtlser(Klnross)201 

Courier 201 

Kirkcaldy Mail . . . .201 

Times 201 

Kirkcudbright Advertiser(Castle- 

Uouglas) . . . . - 193 
Kirkintilloch Gazette . . .201 

Herald 201 

Kirriemuir Free Pi-ess. . .201 
Observer . . . .201 

Lanarkshire Examiner. . . 201 

Gazette 201 

Lanarkshire (Hamilton) , . 199 
Catholic Herald (Glasgow). 188 

, 201 

. 202 

202 

. 202 

. 194 

. 202 

202 

. 202 

202 

202 

192 



Largs Weekly News 
Leith Burghs Pilot 

Commercial List . 

Observer. 

Lenuox Herald (Dumbarton) 
Leven Advertiser . 

Mail .... 

Linlithgow Gazette 
Lochgeliy and Kelty News . 
Lockerbie News . 
Lottalans Express (Bathgate) 

Maryhill Herald . 
Mid-Lottilan Advertiser 

Joui-nal (Portobello) 

Milngavle Herald . 
MoSat News . 
Montrose Review 

Standard 

Motherwell Times 

Standard 

Musselburgh News 



. 202 
. 205 
. 204 
. 202 

.ao2 

. 202 
. 202 
. 2U3 
. S02 
. 203 



Nairn Co. Press .... 203 
Nairnshire Telegraph (Nairn) .203 
NatlonalGuardiau (Glasgow) .198 
North British Agriculturist 

(Kdln.) 198 

North Star (Dingwall). . . J94 
Northern Chronicle (Inverness) . '>uo 

Ensign (Wick) . . . 20J 

Scot (Elgin) . . .196 

Times ((iolsple) . . .199 

Weekly (Dingwall) . . 194 



Oban Times 203 

Orcadian (Kirkwall) . . ,201 
Orkney Herald (Kirkwall) . . 2jl 

Paisley Daily Express . . .203 
Gstette 203 



Partick Press 


. 198 


Gazette .... 


. 198 


Peeblesshire Advertiser (Peebles) 203 


Standard 


. 203 


Peebles News 


. 203 


People's Journal (Aber.Ieen) 


. 191 


(Cupar) 


. 194 


(Dundee) 


. 195 


(Ed inburgh) . 


. 196 


(Forfar) 


. 197 


(Glasgow) . 


. 198 


(Inverness) . 


. 200 


(Perth) . 


. 203 


(Stirling) . 


. 204 


Perth ah i re Ad vertlser ( Perth ) 


. 203 


Courier (Perth) . 


. 203 


Constitutional (Perth). 


. 203 


Pollokshaws News 


. 19S 


Port Glasgow Express . 


. 204 


Post (Glasgow) . 


. 198 


(Dundee) 


. 195 



Ross-sbire Journal (Dingwall) .194 

Rosyth Mail . . . .195 

Rothesay Express . , , , 204 

Uutherg'leu Reformer . . .204 

St. Andrews Citizen . . .204 
St. Bonan's Standard . . .200 
Scots Law Times (Edinburgh) . 190 
Scotsman (Edinburgh) . . 196 
Scots Pictorial . . . .190 
Scottish Parmer (Glasgow) . .199 

Farming News (Perth). . 203 

Selkirk Advertiser . , .204 
Slietland News ( Lerwick) . . 202 

Times (Lerwick) . . . 202 

Southern Press (Govan) . . 199 

Rejiorter (Selkirk) , . 204 

Stevenston News .... 204 
Siewartry Observer (Dalbeattie) 194 
Stirling Jouraal . . . .204 

Observer .... 205 

Saturday Observer . . 205 

Sentinel 206 

Stonehaven Journal , , . 205 
Strathcaru Herald (Crieff) . .184 
Strathspey Herald (Grantown) 199 

Troon Times 206 

Herald 205 



Uddlngston Standard . 



. 205 



Weekly Mail (Glasgow). . . 199 

News (Dundee) . , 195 

(.Mai Chester) - - i.i2 

Scotsman (Edinburgh) . . 196 

Supplement (Galston). .197 

West Fife Echo ( Dunfermline) 195 

Lothian Courier (Bathgate) 182 

Western News (Glasgow) . . 199 
Wishaw Herald . . . ,205 
Press 205 



IRELAND. 

Advertiser (Drogheda) 
Anglo-Celt (Cavan) 
Armagh Guardian , 



Ballina Herald 
Ballymena Observer . 

Weekly Telegraph 

Baliymoney Free Press ; 
Banbridge Chronicle . 
Belfast Evening Telegraph. 

News Letter 

Weekly News 

Weekly Telegraph 

Bray Herald . 



. 210 

. 209 
. 207 



. 207 
. 207 
, 207 
,■207 
, 208 
208 
208 
. 208 



Carlow Sentinel . . . . 

Carrlckfergus Advertiser . 
Cashel Sentinel . . . , 
Christian Advocate (Belfast) '. 
Church of Ireland Gazette (Dub- 
lin) ...... 

Clare Journal (Ennls) .' '. 

Champion . . . * 

Clonmel Chronicle . '. 
Coleralne Ohroulcie . 
Connacht Tribune 
Connaught Telegraph (Castlebari 
Cork Constitution. 

County Eagle (Skibbereen) '. 

Evening Echo 

Kxamlner , . '. ' 



209 
209 
209 
208 

210 
212 
212 
209 
209 
212 
209 
2111 
215 
210 
210 



PAG IS 

Cork Weekly Examiner . . 210 

Free Press . . .210 

Weekly News . . .210 

County Down Spectator (Bangor) 208 



Daily Express (Dublin) . .211 
Derrv Journal . . . .213 

People 213 

Standard . . . .213 

Weekly News . . .213 

Donegal Independent (Letter- 

kenny) 213 

Vindicator (Ballyshannon) 207 

Down Recorder .... 210 
Drogheda Argus .... 210 

Independent . . . .210 

Dromore Leader .... 210 

Time« 210 

Dublin Evening Mall . . .210 

Gazette 211 

Saturday Post . . .211 

Dundalk Democrat . . .212 

Examiner .... 212 

Herald 212 

DungannOD Democrat . . 212 

East G.ilway Democrat . . 207 
Echo (Knnlscorthy) . . .212 
Enniscorthv Guardian . . 212 
Evening Herald (Dublin) . .211 
Telegraph (Dubllu) . . 211 



Farmer's Gaiette (Dublin) . .211 
Fermanagh Herald (EnnisklUen) 212 

News 212 

Times (Enni.skillen) . .212 

Freeman's .lournnl (Dubllu) . 211 
Free Press (Wexford) . . .216 
Frontier Sentinel (Newry) . . 214 



Gaelic Athlete (Dublin) . .211 
Gaiway Express .... 212 

Leader 212 

Obseiver . . . .212 

Pilot 213 

General Advertiser (Dublin) . 211 



Imp.irtial Peporter(Enni«ki|lcn) 212 
Ireiand'sSaturdayNlght (Belfast) 208 
Irish Catholic . . .211 
Dally Telegraph (London- 
derry) 213 

Field 211 

— — Independent .... 211 

Law Times . . , ,211 

News (Belfast) . , . 2ii8 

Notes (Newcastle West) . 214 

Opinion (Uublin) . . .211 

Post (Cavan)- . . . 209 

Times 211 

Weekly (Belfast) . . .208 

Independent (Dublin) . 211 

Weekly Mail . . 211 



Kerry Advocate (Tralee) . . 216 

News (Tralee) . . .218 

Press (Tralee) . . .216 

Sentinel (Tralee) . . .216 

Weekly Reporter (Tralee) . 216 

Klldare Observer (Naas) . . 214 
Kilkenny Journal .... 213 

Moderator .... 213 

^ — People 213 

Klllarney Echo (Tralee) . . 216 
Kilrush Herald . . . .213 
King's County Chronicle (Birri . 209 
Independent iTuilamore) 216 

LameTlmes.- cf ai^ /i<!.iji. ..213 
Leader (Dublin) .■ . ■^•''9»< . 211 
Lelnster F.»pres8(Maryborongh) 214 

Leader (Naas) . , .214 

Reporter (Tullamore) . . 216 

Leltrim Advertiser (MohiU) .214 

Observer (Carrlck) . . 209 

Limerick Chronicle . , .213 

Leader 213 

Echo 213 

Lisburn Herald .... 213 

Standard . . , ,213 

Londonderry Sentinel , . . 213 
Longford Independent . . . 214 

Journal 214 

Leader 214 

Loughrea Guardian . . . 214 

Lurgan Mall 214 

Mayo News (Westport) . . 218 
Meath Herald (Kells) . . .213 

Chronicle . . . .213 

Mid. Ulster Mail (Cookatown) . 210 
Midland Counties Ad. (Roscrea) 215 

Tribune (Birr) . .209 

Reporter (Mulllngsr) , . 214 



FA(3il 
Monaghan Democrat , , . 214 
Monster Kxprc8s(Watcrford) .216 
Munster News (Limerick) . . 21S 

Nationalist (Carlow) . . ,209 

(Clonmel .... 209 

Nenagh Guardian . . , .214 

News 214 

New Ireland 2n 

Ross Standard . . . 214 

Newry Reporter .... 216 

Telegraph . . . .215 

Newtownards Chronicle . . 215 

Herald 208 

Spectator .... 215 

North Antrim Standard (Bally- 
money) 207 

North Down Herald (Bangor) . 208 
Northern Constitution (Cole- 
ralne) 210 

Standard (Monaghan) . . 214 

Whig (Belfast) . , ,208 

People (Wexford) , . . 216 
Portadown Express . , .216 
News 215 

Roscommon Herald (Boyle) . 209 

Journal . . . .216 

Messenger .... 216 

Saturday Record (Ennls) . . 212 

Herald (Dublin) . . .211 

Sligo Champion . . . ,216 

Indejiendent . , , , 216 

Times 218 

Sport (Dublin) . . . .211 
Strabane Chronicle . . . 215 

News 216 

Strokestown Democrat . . 216 
Sunday ludependenc (Dublin) . 211 

TIpperary Star .... 216 
Tuam Hciald .... 216 

People 216 

Tyrone Constitution (Omagh) . 215 
Courier (Dungannon; . . 212 

Ulster Echo (Belfast) . . .208 

Gazette (Armagh) . . 207 

(Juardian (Belfast) . . 208 

Herald (Omagh) . . .215 

Waterford Evening News . , 216 
Standard .... 216 

— Star 216 

Weekly News . . . 216 

Weekly Freeman (Dublin) . . 211 

Irish Times (Dublin) . .212 

Northern Whig (Belfast) .209 

Observer (Newcastle West) 214 

Westein Nationalist (Boyle) 
News (Ballinasloe) 

People (Ballina) . 

Westmeath Exam. (Mullingar) 

Guardian (Mullingar) . 

Independent (Athione) 

Wickiow News-Letter . 

People 216 

Press 216 

Witness (Belfast) .... 209 



209 
207 
207 
214 
214 
2U7 
216 



ISLES. 




Evening Post (Jersey). 


. 217 


Gazette de Guernsey . 


. =• .;JH7 


Guernsey Advertiser . 

Evening Press 

^Weekly Press 


. . 217 
. 217 
. 217 


Isle of Man Examiner 
Times . 


. . 217 
. 217 


Jersey Illustrated Weekly 
Weekly Po.-t 


. 217 
. 217 


Les Chroniquesdes Jersey 


. 217 


Mona's Herald 


. 217 


Morning News (Jersey) 


. 217 


New Jerseyman (Jersey) . 


. 217 


Peel City Guardian 


. 217 


Ramsey Courier . 


. 217 


Star (Ouerasey) . . 


.H7 



63 



COUNTY INDEX TO BRITISH NEWSPAPERS. 



LONDON. 



Accoitntani 
Acton Kxproas . 
— Qazetle 

District Post . 

Aeropliine . . 

Agricultural Gazette 
Aiualoiir (iarileliillR . 
Amoriuin Maclilui^it. 

Register 

Archil ict . 

Journal 

Array anil Nnvy nazotlo 
Australasian World . 
Auuwar . 
Auloiuotor Journal . 



PAOX 

81 
04 
04 
91 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
82 
82 
82 
8:2 
82 
82 



Bakers' Record . 
Ballmm Mercury 

News . 

Baptist Times . 

Barnes llerald . 

B;iyswater Uliroulcle 

Bazaar 

Betbnal (Jreen News 

B'lani of Trade Journal 

Bun>ui(li of West Uaui Express 

Mercury . 

Bowes Paris News 
Boxing 
Brewers* Gazette 

Austraiasiaa 

and Uoloulai Printer 

Citizen 

Journal of Pliotograihy 

Medical Journal 

Weolily . . ■ 

Brixton Free Preas . 

Gazette 

Times 

lirocltley Borougli News 
— — News . 
Buiidur 
Building News . 

rra.le 

- World 
ttander . 



Cabinet Maker . 

Call . 

Cainberweil Borougli Advertiser 

News . 

and Pockliam Times 

Canada 
Canadian Gazette 

News . . 

Capitalist . 
Car (Illustrated) 
Catford Journal 
Catijolic ilcraid 

Times 

Challenge . 
Charity Record . 
Chemical News . 
Chemist and Druggist 
Chingford Guardian 
Chiswick Express 

Gazette 

— -Times .. ,-•■■ 
Christian . 
Age . 

— Commonwealth 

Globe . 

Herald 

Life . 

World 

Church FamilyNowspaper 

Times 

Citizen 

City John Bull . 

i'ress . . 

Review 

Olvliiau 

Claptiam Chronicle 

— OiMjerver • 
Cluioii 

Coal iinil Iron . 
Colliery Guardian 
Comiucrciai World 
Common Sense . 
Ooutract Journal 



rv'KP 



Contractor . . > 
Contractors' Chronicle . 
Couiurv Life , 
County Observer 
Court Journal , 
Crystal Palac < Adrertiaer 



Daily Chronicle 

Kxpre«s 

Graphic • 

Mail . 

Overseas , 

Mirror 

Overseas . 

News' 

Sketch 

Weekly Edition 

Telegraph . 

WoilJ 

Draper 

Drapers' Record 
Duiwicli Post . 
Reporter . 



Ealing Gazette . 
East End News . 

Ham Echo . 

Express 

Mail . 

Recorder 

London Advertiser 

Observer 

Post . 

Eastern Mercury 
Economist . 
Electrician . 
Electrical Review 

Times . 

Engineer . 
Engineering 
ii!ugllsh Churchman 

Mecliauic . 

Enterprise . 
Era . . . 
Estates Gazette . 
Evening News . 

Standard . 

Everyman . 



FAQR 
81 
84 
84 
84 
84 
9J 



Falrplay . 
Farm and Home 

Field, and Fireside 

Life . 

Farmer and Stockbreeder 
Feathered World 
Field .... 
Finance 
Financial News , 

Outlook 

Standard . , 

Times . 

Truth . 

World. 

Financier and Bulllonlst , 

Finchley Press . 

Finsbury Weekly News 

Fisliing Gazette 

Fish Trades' Gazette 

Flight. 

Flying 

Food .... 

Forest Hill Examiner 

Freemason 

Freemasons' Chronicle 

Friend 

Fruit and Flower Trades' Journal 

Fruit, Flower .tnd Vegetable 

Grower 
Fulham Chronicle . 

Observer . 

Garden 

Gardeners' Chronicle 
Gardening, Illustrated 
Gas Journal 

World 

Gentlewoman . . 
Globe .... 
Graphic 
Qreeuwich News 



86 



Grocer 
Grocers' Gazette 

Journal 

Guardian . . 



PASS 

87 
87 
87 
87 



Hackney Gazette . 

Ra-order . 

Spectator . , 

Hairdrossors' Journal 
Hampstcnd Advertiser 

Express 

Record 

Herald 

Hither Oreon Journal 

Holborn Guardian . 

Holloway I'ress 

flome and Colonial Mail 

Homsey Journal 

Horse and Hound 

Hospital 



Illustrated London News 87 

Police News ... 87 

SportlnK and Dramatic News 87 



Sunday Herald 

Imperialist . . . . 
Indicator .... 
Insurance & Finance Chronicle 
Insurance Observer 

Record 

Investors' Guardian 

Review 

Ironmonger 

Iron Trade Journal 

Review 

Islington Gazette 

Guardian . 

News . . 



Jewish Clironicle 

Evening News . 

Express 

Times 

World 

John Bull ... 

Joint Stock Co.'s Journal 

Journal of Society of Arts 

Justice 

of the Peace 



Kensington News 
Kentish i ndependent 

Mercury . 

Kilburn Times . 



Labour News . 
La Metropole . 
L'Ind6peiidan:e Beige 
La Chronique . 
Ladies' Field 

Lady 

Lady's Pictorial 

Lancet . . .... , 

Land Agents' Rcoort 1 tsV' ».* 
Land and Water . . 
Law Journal 

Times .... 

Leather Trades' Review . 
Lee Journal 
Lewisham Journal . 

Boro' News . 

Advertiser 

Leyton Express 
Leytonstone Express 
Licensed Victuallers' Gazette 
Licensing World 

Light 

Live Stock Journal . 
Lloyd's List 

VVeekly News . 

Weekly Index . 

W. Summary . 

Local Government Chronicle 

Journal 

London Commercial Record 

and China Express . 

Telegraph . 



London Gazette 
Loudon Mall 

<^>plnlon 

Welshman , 

Londra Koma . 



80 
8a 



Machinery Market . 


8« 


Mall . ... 


89 


Mark l^nne Express . 


8» 


Marylobono Mercury 


97 


Record 


97 


Times .... 


»7 


Mnyfair .... 


89 


Medical Omccr . 


89 


Press and Circular ; 


90 


Men's Wear 


9(1 


Methodist Recorder . 


90 


Times .... 


90 


Middlesex County Times . 


97 


Mllit,ary Mail . 


90 


Miller .... 


90 


Mining Journal. 


90 


News .... 


90 


World, . 


90 


Mirror of Life . 


90 


Miteham Gazette . 


97 


Mercury . 


97 


Money .... 


90 


Market Review . 


90 


Morning Advertiser . 


80 


Post .... 


80 


Motor .... 


90 


Municipal Engineering . 


90 


Municipal Journal . 


90 


Musical Standard 


. 90 


Muawell Hill Record 


97 



Nation .... 


90 


National News . 


81 


Weekly . 


90 


Nature .... 


90 


Near East .... 


90 


New Age .... 


90 


New Cross Free Press 


97 


Statesman 


90 


Witness . 


91 


Newsagent .... 


91 


News of the World . 


81 


Newspaper World . 


91 


North London Guardian 


97 


Middlesex Chronicle 


97 


Norwood News . 


97 


Press 


97 


Review 


97 


Herald 


97 


Weekly Record 


97 


Nursitig Mirror. 


91 


Times . 


91 



Observer 81 

Oil Trades' Journal ... 91 

News 91 

Ontlook ..... 81 



88 


Paddington Gazette . 


97 


9« 


Mercury . 


97 


97 


Times 


97 


97 


Pall Mall Gazette 


80 


97 


Palmers Oreen Oaxette . 


97 


97 


Paper Traile Review 


91 


117 


Passing Sliow . 


91 


89 


Pelican .... 


91 


89 


Penge News 


93 


89 


Press 


98 


89 


People .... 


81 


80 


Petroleum Review . 


91 


81 


Pharmaceutical Journal . 


91 


89 


Pioneer .... 


93 


89 


Police Review . 


91 


89 


Poultry .... 


91 


89 


Primitive Methodist Leader 


. 91 


89 


Produce Markets Review 


91 


89 


Public Ledger . 


80 


89 


Opinion . 


»1 



54 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



Publishers' Circular . 

Punch 

Putney Newa Letter. 



Queen . . . . 
Queen's Park Advertiser . 



PAOB 

91 
91 



91 



ilacing Newa . ... 91 

Racing World .... 92 

Railway Gazette ... 92 

Railway and Shipping Contractor 92 

News 92 

Review .... 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 . 
Shipping List . 

World 

Shoe 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 

Stem Uit Belgie (de) 

Stock Exchan^'e 

Gazette 

Stratford Express . 
Streatham News 
Sunday E. Telegram 

School Chronicle 

Pictorial . 

Times 

Survej'or . 
Sydenham Boro' News 

Gazette 

Review 

8yr«n and Shipping . 



Tablet .... 
Tatler .... 
Territorial .Service Gazette 
Thames Valley Times . 
Timber .... 

Trades' Journal 

Times .... 

Literary Supplement 

Weekly . 

Tooting Gazette 
Tottenham Herald . . 

Wetinesday Herald . 

Town Topics 
Tribune Congolaise . 

Truth 

Twickenham Herald 



United Methodist . 
United Service Gazette 
Universe . 



Walthamstow Express 

Guardian . 

Herald 



Wandsworth News . 
Wanstead Express . 
War Cry 
Weekly Dispatch 

Notes . . . 

West Africa 

Ham Mall . 

Express 

Kent Argus 

London Observer 

Post . 

Press . 

Reporter . 

Westminster Gazette 

Mall . 

and l*im!lco News 

Record 

Willesden Call . 

Chronicle . 

Citizen 

Wimbledon News . 

Herald 

Mercury . 

News-letter 

Wine and Spirit Gazette 
Winning Post . 
Woodford Advertiser 

Express 

Times 

Wood Green Herald 

Sentinel 

Woolwich Herald . 
World 



Yachting World 



ENGLISH COUNTIES. 



BEDFORDSHIBE. 

Ampthill News . 
Bedford Circular 

Record 

Standard . 

Bedfordshire Express 

(Biggleswade) 

Saturday Telegraph . 

Times .... 

Biggleswade Chronicle 
Dunstaiile Gazette . 
Leighton Buzzard Observer 

Weekly Reporter 

Luton News 

Reporter 

North Beds. Courier 
Woburn Reporter . 



B£BKSHIEE. 

Berks Advertiser ( Wallingford) 
Berkshire Chronicle (Reading) 

Gazette (Wokingham) 

Faringdon Advertiser 
Maidenhead Advertiser . 

Chronicle .... 

North Berks Herald (Abingdon) 
Newbury Clironicle 

Weekly News 

Reading Mercury 

Observer . 

Standard . 

Windsor and Eton Express 

Chronicle . 

WoUagham Chronicle 



103 

107 
107 
107 

108 
149 
107 
108 
129 
146 
146 
160 
160 
108 
186 



181 
166 
186 
132 
150 
180 
101 
165 
166 
166 
166 
166 
186 



Bude and Stratton News . 
Camelford Guardian 

Weekly News . 

Cornlsiiman (Penzance) . 
Cornisli Echo (Falmouth) 

Guardian (Bodmin) . 

Post (Camborne) 

Post (Launce-ston) . 

116 Times (Llskeard) . 

104 Coruubian (Redruth) . 
121 Cornwall Co. News (Truro) 
188 Evening Tidings (Penzance) 
104 Hayle Weekly News 
Standard (Newport Pagnell) 167 I Mail . 



BnCKINGHAMSHIBE. 

Buckingham Advertiser 
Bucks Advertiser (Aylesbury) 

Examiner (Cheshara) 

Free Press (Wycombe) 

Herald (Aylesbury) . 



BUCKINGHAMSHIBE (Con.) 




PAOK 


Newport Pagnell Gazette . 


. 157 


North Bucks Times (Fenny 




Stratford) 


. 132 


Olney Advertiser 


. 160 


Slough Chronicle 


. 173 


Observer • 


. 173 


Wolverton Express . 


. 187 



CAMBRIDGESHIRE. 

Cambridge Chronicle . . 118 

Dally News . . .118 

Independent Press . . 118 

University Reporter. . 118 

Cambridgeshire Times (March) 152 
Chatteris Advertiser . . 120 
Cliy or Ely Standard . . 130 

Weekly Guardian . . 130 

Isleof Ely Advertiser (Wisbech) 186 
Littl'jport (razclte . . . " '" 
Newmarket Journal 
— Sporting News . 
Soham Advertiser . 
Upwell Advertiser . 
Whittlesea Reporter 
Wisbech Constituti(mal Gazette 
Standard . . ^. . 



CHESHIRE. 



CORNWALL. 



Alderley Advrtsr. (Wilmslow) 


185 


Altrincham Advertiser . 


102 


Guardian . 


102 


Blrkenlioail Advertiser . 


108 


News .... 


109 


Chester Chronicle 


121 


— - Courant . 


121 


Guardian . 


121 


Chesliiro Daily Echo (Stock 




port) .... 


176 


Observer (Cliester) . 


121 


Conglcton Chronicle . 


124 


Guardian . 


. 124 


Times .... 


160 


Crewe Chronicle 


12,=) 


Iruardlan . 


125 


Observer . 


. 126 


Deeside Advertiser (Hoylake) 


■ 140 


East Clieshire Observer . 


160 


Ellesmere Port Advertiser 


130 


Hyde Reporter . 


141 


linutsford Adverti.ser 


143 


Guardian . 


143 


Macclesfield Advertiser . 


160 


Courier 


150 


Times 


l.W 


Nantwich Chronicle 


166 


Guardian . 


166 


North Cheshire Herald (Hyde) 


141 


Northwlch Chronicle 


168 


Guardian . 


168 


Runcorn Examiner . 


168 


Guardian . 


168 


News .... 


168 


Sandbach Advertiser 


170 


Chronicle . 


170 


Guardian . 


170 


Stockport Advertiser 


176 


Express 


176 


Wallasey Chronicle . 


181 


Mall .... 


181 


News .... 


181 


Wilmslow Express . 


185 


Winsford Chronicle . 


186 


Guardian . 


. 186 



116 
118 
118 
162 
132 
111 
118 
144 
147 
166 
180 
162 
137 
137 



CORMWALL-(Con.) 



PAGK 

137 
132 
144 
157 
162 



Helston Advertiser . 

Lake's Falmouth Packet 

Launceston Weekly News 

Newquay Express . 

Penryn Advertiser . 

Royal Cornwall Gazette (Truro) 180 

St. Ives Times . . . . 169 

Summary .... 169 

Saltash Gazette . . .170 
West Briton (Truro). . . 180 
Western EcLo(St. Ives) . . 169 



CUMBERLAND. 

Carlisle Journal 

Weekly Citizen . 

Cockermouth Kree Press 
Cumberland Catholic News 

Evening Mail (Carlisle) 

News . 

Maryport News 

Mid - Cumberland Herald 

(Penrith) 
Millom Gazette . 
— News . 
Penrith Observer 
West Cumberland Times 
Whitehaven Advertiser 

Free I^ress . 

— — News . 
Wigton Advertiser . 
Workington News . 
Star 



DERBYSHIRE. 

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 

Reiwrter . 

Glossopdale Chronicle 
Heanor Ob-^erver 
Higli Peak Advertiser 

Chronicle (Buxton) 

News (Buxton). 

Reporter . 

Ilkeston Advertijer . 

Pioneer 

Long Eaton Advertiser . 

Matlock Visitor 

North Cheshire Advertiser 

(Glossop). . . 
Ripley Advertiser . 
News . 



DEVONSHIRE. 

Ashburton Guardian 
Bideford Weekly Gazette 
Brlxham Western Guardian 
Buckfastleigii Guardian . 
Croditon Chronicle . 
Daily Western Times (Exeter). 
Dartmouth Chronicle 

Guardian . 

Dawlish Gazette 

Devon Daily Gazette (Exeter) 

and Somerset News . 

Exmouth Clironicle . 

Journal 

Express and Echo (Exeter) 
Football Kxpress (Exeter) 
Holsworthy Weekly News 
Ilfracombe Chronicle 

Gazette 

Illustrated Western Weekly 

News (Plymouth) . 
Kingsbridge Gazette 

Guardian . 

Journal .... 

Mid Devon Advertiser (Newton) 167 
Pi >nes (Newton) . . 167 



COUNTY INDEX TO BRITISH NEWSPAPERS. 



56 



DEV0N8HIRE-{C<m.) 

I'AOK 

Naval and Military Uccoid 

(Plymoiuh) . . . . 163 

Newton Abbot (riiurdiiin 157 
North Devon llinil<l(li.irn»taple) 106 

! Journal (Uarnstaplo) 106 

Paignton Observer . . .161 

Western Ouardiau . . 161 

Salcoinbc Gazette ... 189 

Times .... 169 

SIdnimitli Herald . . . 172 

Ohseiver . . . . 172 

South llrent Guardian . . 174 
South Devon Express (Chud- 

lelgh) .... 122 

Gazette (Klngsbrldge) 14S 

South Molton Gazette . . 174 

Tavistock Gazette ... 178 

Telgnmouth Gazette . . 178 

Post 178 

Western Guardian . . 178 

Tiverton Gazette . . . 179 

Torbay >'evr8 .... 179 
Torquay Directory . . .179 

TImOK .... 179 

Torrlngton Chronicle . . 179 
Totncs Times . . • .179 
We>tem Dally Mercury 

(Plymouth) .... 163 

Evening Herald 

(Plymouth) 163 

Express (Bideford) . . 108 

Guardian (Totnos) . . 180 

Independent (Devonport) 127 

Morning News (I'lyinth.) 103 

Observer (Tiverton) . 179 

Weekly Mcrcury(Plymth.) 163 



DORSETSHIRE. 

Blandfnrd Herald ... Ill 
Brantisonic Herald (Poole) 163 

Brldport News .... 114 
Dorchester Mail . . .128 
Dorset Co. Chronicle ( DorcheRter)128 
Fjotball Express (Weymouth) 184 
Lyme Ilegls .Mirror . . . 160 
Poole Guardian . . . .163 

Herald . . . .163 

Portland Telegram . . 164 

Soathcrn Times (Weymouth). 184 
Swanago Guardian . . . 176 

Weymouth Standard . , 184 

Telegram . . . .184 

Wimborue Herald . . .186 



DURHAM. 

Anckland Chronicle . . 110 

Blaydon Courier ... Ill 

Chesterle-Street Chronicle . 122 

Consett Clironlcle . . . 124 

Guardian . . . .124 

Darlington Times ... 126 

Durham Advertiser . . 129 

Chronicle .... 129 

Football Echo (.Sunderland) . 176 

— Gazette (S. Shields) . . 172 

Mall (Harilepnol) . . 136 

Hartlepiiols Advertiser . . 136 
Jarrow Express. . . 142 
North Star (Darlington) . . 126 
Northern Daily Mall (Hartle- 
pool) 1!)6 

Despatch (Darlington) . 126 

Echo (Darlington) . . 126 

Seaham Weeltly News . , ITO 

Shields Daily Gazette . . 172 

Stanley News .... 176 
Stockton Herald . . .175 

Sunderland Dally Echo . . 176 

Tee8daleMercury(Bmrd Castle) 106 

Wearside Catholic News . . 176 



ESSEX. 

Barking Advertiser . 

Chronicle .... 

Braintroe Advertiser 

• Gazette .... 

Brightllngsca News . 
Bumham • on - Crouch Adver- 
tiser .... 
Colchester Gasette . 



105 
106 
113 
113 
114 

117 
123 



XSSEX-KCoit.) 

PAOK 

East Coast Illustrated News . 123 
East Kssex Ailvertlser (CUoion) 123 
Eastern Cos. Times (Ilford] . 141 
Epping Advertiser . . .181 
Kssex Co. Chronicle (Chelmsford) 121 
Co. Standard (Colchester) 123 

- Guardian I llfoi-il) . . 141 

llcinid (Chelmsford) . 121 

Independent (Chelmsford) 121 

New^man (Chelmsford) . 121 

Telcpra|>h (Colchester) . 124 

Times (llaUiead) . . 136 

Times (Romford) . . 167 

- Weekly News (Chelmsford) 121 

and Sult<)lkNcws(Colchestor)128 

Forest Gate F-xpress . 183 
FrlntonOrapliic . . .133 

■ News 133 

Grays Gazette .... 134 

Hnlstcad Gazette . . . 136 

Harwich Newsman . . . 136 

Standard . . . . 136 

Ilford ilccorder . . . 141 

Guirdian .... 141 

liOUghton Advertiser . . 149 

Maldon Advertiser . . . 161 

Kxpress .... 161 

Romford Kecorder . . . 167 

Times .... 107 

Southend Graphic . . . 174 

Observer . . . . 174 

Standard ... .174 

Telegraph .... 174 

Walthara Telegraph . . 182 

Walton Gazette . . . 1B2 

News 182 

West Essex Gazette (Epping) . 131 



OLOnCESTERSHIRE. 



Avonmouth Mail (Bristol) 


115 


Berkcly Gazette 


107 


Bristol Catholic Herald . 


11,5 


Evening News . 


115 


., Times 


115 


Express 


115 


(iuardlan . 


lis 


Observer . 


115 


Times and Mirror . 


llr, 


West. Daily Press . 


115 


Cheltenham Chronicle 


121 


Looker-on . 


121 


Citizen (Glou.) . 


134 


Clevedon Mail (Bristol) . 


115 


(Jlirt<m Chronicle 1 Bristol) 


uo 


Free Press . 


116 


Dean Forest Guardian (Olefo 


rd)124 


Mercury (Clnderf ord 


122 


Dursley Gazette 


129 


Gloucester Chronicle . 


. 134 


Journal 


134 


Gloucestershire Echo (Chel- 




tenham) 


121 


Horlield Record (Bristol). 


. 116 


Lydiiey Observer 


. 150 



North Somerset Gazette (Bristol) 116 
Portlshead Gazette (Bristol) . 
South Bristol Free Press . 
South Gloucester Chronicle 
(Thornbury) 

— '■ Gazette ( Bristol) 

Sports Times (urisiol) 

Sii'oud Journal .... 

News .... 

Tewkesbury Record . 



Jtegister 
Thoinbury Gazette . . . 
Wilts Standard (Cirencester) 
Wotton Gazette 



116 
116 

179 
116 
110 
176 
176 
178 
178 
179 
123 
188 



HAMPSHIRE. 

Advocate (Shirley) . 
Aldershoc Qaz«tte . 

News .... 

Alton Mail 
Andover Advertiser . 
Bournemouth Dally Echo 

Graphic 

Guardian . 

Visitors' Directory . 

Christchnrch Times . 
County Press (Ne\^ port, I.O.W, 
Elastlelgh Weekly News . 
Bveniug Newsf Portsmouth) 



172 
102 
102 
102 
103 
112 
112 
112 
112 
122 
) 166 
130 
164 



PAOX 
132 
132 
173 
164 
13S 



HAMFSHIBE-CCm.) 

FarnborouKh Newi . 
Fleet News. 
Football Echo . 

Mail (Portsmouth) 

Freshwater Advertiser 

Hamnshire Advorttser(8thmpton)l73 

Chronicle (Winchester) . lo6 

- Counlv Tim™ (Portsm'uth) 164 

Herald (Alton) . . . 102 

Indepcndent(Southampton) 178 

Observer ( Winchester) . 186 

Telegraph (Portsmouth). 164 

Hants 4i licrks Gaz. ( Basingstoke) 106 

& Snasex News (I'eierstleld) 162 

(Jo. Press (Kmsworth) 130 

Island Star ('Newport, I. of W.) 166 
Isle of Wight Advertiser 

(Ventnor) ... 181 
Chronicle (Sandown) . 1"0 

Guardian (Shanklln) . 171 

Herald (Cowes). . 125 

Journal (Ncwjwrt) . . 157 

.Meicurv (Ventnor) . . 181 

Observer (Rydc) . . 168 

Times (Rydo) ... 168 

Lymlngton Chronicle . . 160 

New Forest Chronicle . . 160 

Portsmoutl; Times . • . . 164 

Rlngwood Chronicle . . 167 
Romaey Advertiser . . .167 

Southamptim Times . . 173 

Pictorial .... 173 

Southern Echo (Southampton) 173 

Guanlian (B'month) . 112 

,Si>orting Mail .... 164 



HEREFORDSHIRE. 

Bromyard Record . . . 116 

Hereford Journal ... 138 

Mercury .... liiS 

Times .... 138 

Kington Times (Leominster) . 148 

Ledbury Guardian . . 144 

Reporter . . . 144 

Leominster News . . . 146 
Ross Gazette . . .167 

Tenbury Wells Mail . . 146 



HERTFORDSHIRE. 

Barnet Press .... 105 
Berkhamstead Gazette . . 107 
Citizen (Letchworth) , . 146 
Herts Advertiser (St. Albans) 168 
- — Express (Hltchln) . . 139 
H. Hempstead Gazette . 137 

— Mercury (Hertford) . . 138 

Mail (Uitchin) ... 139 

Observer (Bishops Stort- 

ford) .... 110 

— - Reporter (Royston) . . 168 
Watford Post .... 183 

Newsletter ... 183 

West Herts Observer (Wat- 
ford) 188 



HUNTINGDONSHIRE. 

Huntingdon Post . . , 141 

Hunts Co. News (Huntingdon) 141 

St. Neots Advertiser . . 169 



KENT. 

Beckenham Advertiser . . 107 

Chronicle . . .107 

Journal ... 107 

Times .... 107 

Bexley Heath Observer . . 108 

Times 108 

Broadstairs Mall . . .116 
Broai' stairs and St. Peter's 

Echo 116 

Bromley Chronicle . . . 118 

Journal .... 116 

Local Guide . . .116 



KEHT-<c»».) 



PAOR 
116 
118 
120 

120 
122 

l'z:> 

126 
126 
129 
126 
126 



Bromley Time* . 
Canterbury Journal . 
Chatham News . 

Observer . 

Chlslehurst Times . 
Crayford Chronicle . 
Crayfurd Express 
Dartford Chronicle . 

Express 

Deal Mercury . 

Paper . 

Dover Chronicle 

Express 

Standard . . 

Telegraph . 

East Kent Gazctte(Slttlngbm( 
East Kent Times (Ramsgate) 
Edenbridge Chronicle 
Eltham Times . 
Erlth Chronicle. 

Observer . 

Times 

Faversluim Mercury. 

News . 

Folkestone Express . 

Herald 

Gravesend Reporter . 

Standard . 

Telegraph . 

Heme Bay Press 
Ilythe Advertiser 

llcponer 

Kent Argus (Ramsgate) 

Herald (Canterbury) 

Messenger (Ashford) 

Messenger (Maidstone) 

and SusscxPost(Hawklinr8t)137 

Courler(Tunbrlilge Wells) 180 

Kentish Express (Ashford) . 

Gazette (Canterbury) 

Observer (Canterbury) . 

^— Telegram (Deal) 

Margate Gazette 

North East Kent Times (SltUng- 

bourne) 172 

Northfloet Standard . . 158 
Queenborough Guardian . . 165 
Rochester Journal ... 167 
Sandwich Advertiser . . 170 
Sevenoaks Chronicle . . . 171 

Telegraph .... 171 

Sheerness Guardian . . .171 

Times 171 

Sidcup Times .... 172 
South - Eastern Gazette (Maid- 
stone) .... 1.50 
St. Mary Cray Express. . . 108 

Times ... 169 

Swanley Times .... 176 
Swanscombe Chron. (Northlleet) 168 
Thanet Advertiser ( Ramsgate) 165 



128 
12S 
1!!8 
e.) 172 
186 
130 
131 
131 
181 
131 
182 
132 
133 
133 
184 
134 
134 
138 
141 
141 
165 
118 
103 
150 



103 
118 
113 
126 
163 



Guardian (Margate). 

Times (Margate) 

Tonbrldge Free Press 

Gazette 

Tunbi-idge Wells Advertiser 
Gazette 



Westcrham Herald . 

West Kent Advertiser (Dartford) 126 

Times ( Bromley) . 116 

Whitstabie Times ... 185 
Woolwich Gazette . . .162 



163 
153 
179 
179 
180 
180 
134 



LANCASHIRE. 

Aocrington Advertiser 

Gazette 

Observer . 

Ashton Reporter 

Herald . 

Standard . 

Weekly Reporter 

Atherton Weekly Journal 
Bacup Chronicle 
- — Times . 
Barrow Guardian . 

News . 

liarrowford Leader . 
Blackburn Catholic News 

Times 

Weekly Telegraph 

Blackpool Herald . 

Times 

Weekly Standard 

Gazette News . 



101 
102 
102 
103 
103 
103 
104 
104 
104 
104 
106 
108 
106 
110 
110 
110 
110 

no 
no 

110 



56 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



LANCASHIBE-lCoH.) 

Bolton Catholic Herald 

Clironiclc 

Evening Clironiclc 

livening News 

Journal 

Bootle Herald . 

Time&. 

Brierflclii I/cadcr 
Burnley Express 

Catholic News . 

News . 



Bury Guardian . 

Times 

Visitor 

Catholic News (Preston) . 
Caruforth News 
Cborley Guardian . 

News .... 

Clayton-le- ?.:oors Observer 
Clltheroc A..vertlser 
Times .... 



Colne Times 

Co-operative News (Mancijes 
Cotton Factory Times . 
Cricket and Kuctball Field 
Dally Dispatch (Manchester) 
Dalton News 

Guardian . 

Darwen Gazette 

News .... 

Weekly Advertlter . 

Droylsden Harald 
Dukinfleld Herald . 

Earlestown Examiner 

Guardian . 

Ec^.les and Patricroft Journal 

— — TelcRraph 

Empire News (Manchester) 

Famworth Journal . 
Chronicle . 

Fleetwood Chronicle 

Express 

Gazette-News . 

Football Express (Liverpool) 
Formby Times 
Garston and Woolton News 
Gorton Reporter 

Grange News . , • 
Guardian . 

Harwood Observer . 

Hasiingden Guardian 

Gazette 

Observer . 

Heywood Advertiser 
News .... 



Irlam &, Cadishead Telegraph 
Journal of Commerce (Liverpool) 
Labour Leader . 
Lancaster Guardian 

Observer . 

Lancashire DailyPost(Preston) 
Leigh Chronicle 

Journal and Times . 

Leyland News . 
Liverpool Catholic Herald 

Daily Courier . 

Post and Mercury 

Echo .... 

Evening Express 

Football Echo . 

— ^ Weekly Courier 

— ^ Post . ■ 

Lytham Standard , 
Times. 



y^Ti •tttt 



Manchester Catholic Herald 

City News 

Evening Chronicle . 

News 

Guardian . 

■ South District Advertiser 

Weekly Times . 

Mechanical World (M'chcstcr) 
MIddleton Guardian . 

Standard . 

Morccanibe Times . 

Visitor 

Mossicy Herald . 

Reporter . 

Nelson I^eader . 
North Western Mall (Barrow) 
Northern Daily Telegraph (Black 
bum) .... 

Oldham Catholic Herald . 



PAGE 
lU 

111 
111 
111 

111 

111 
in 

114 

117 
117 
117 

117 
117 
117 

164 
120 
122 
122 

123 
123 
123 
124 
) 161 
101 
111 

l.il 
125 
126 
120 
120 
120 
104 
104 

129 
129 
13U 
130 
161 

132 
132 

133 
133 
133 
147 
133 
133 
134 

134 

134 



136 
136 
136 

138 
1311 

142 
147 
161 
143 
143 
164 
146 
146 
122 
147 
147 
147 
147 
147 
147 
148 
.147 
160 
160 

161 
161 
162 
162 
162 
152 
162 
152 
1.'.4 
154 
165 
166 
156 
165 
165 
106 

liO 
160 



LANCASHIBE-(Co») 

Oldham Chronicle . 

Kvening Chronicle 

Oldham Daily Standard 

Standard . 

Weekly Times . 

Ormskirk Advertiser 
Oswaldtwistle Observer 

People's Journal (Manchester) 
Prescot Reporter 

Weekly Times . 

Preston Guardian . 

Herald 

Protestant Standard (Liverpool) 

Radclitfe Guardian . 

Times. . 

Rainsbottom Observer 
Rawtenstall Times . 
Reporter (Pendleton) 
Rishton observer 
Rochdale Observer . 

Times 

Ros.«endale Echo (Bacup) 

Express (Bacup) 

Free Press (Rawtenstall) 

Sale and Strotford Gutirdian 
Southport Guardian 
- — Journal 

Visitor 

Sporting Chron (M'ch'st'r) 
Stalybridpe Herald . 

Reporter . 

Standard . 

St. Annes Express 

St. Helens Catholic Herald 

Examiner 

Newspaper . . 

Reporter . 

Stretford Advertiser 

Telegraph. 

Sunday Chronicle (Manchester) 
Swinton Journal 

Telegra[)h 

Tex'lte Mercury (Manchester) 
Todmorden Advertiser 

News 

Tyldcsley Chronicle . 

Weekly Journal. 

Ulverston Guardian 

News . . 

Walkden Telegraph , 
Walton Times . 
Warrington Examiner 
— Guardian . 
Waterfoot Times 
Waterloo Herald 

Times (Bootle) , 

Weekly News (Manchester) 
Western Telegraph (Uriustou) 
West Lanes Coast Chronicle 

(Formby) 
Widnes Chronicle 

Examiner 

Guardian . 

Weekly News . 

Wigan Catholic Herald 

Examiner . 

Observer . 

Y Brython (Liverpool) 



FADE 

160 
160 
160 
160 
160 
160 
161 

152 
164 
164 
165 
166 
Mi 
165 
166 
166 
165 
162 
167 
167 
167 
104 
104 
166 

lf9 
174 
174 
174 
162 
175 
176 
175 
169 
169 
169 
169 
169 
169 
169 
162 
177 
177 
152 
179 
179 
180 
180 
181 
181 
181 
112 
182 
1112 
182 
182 
112 
1P2 
181 

133 

185 
185 
186 
186 
186 
186 
185 

148 



LEICESTEBSHIBE. 

Coalville Times ... 123 
Hinckley Echo .... 139 

Observer .... 139 

Times 139 

Leicester Advertiser . . 146 

Catholic News . . .145 

Chronicle .... 146 

Mail 146 

— Dally Mercury . . .145 

Post .... 146 

Journal . ... 145 

Loughborough Echo . .149 

Herald . . . .149 

Monitor .... 149 

Times 149 

Market Harborough Advertiser 163 
Melton Mowbray Journal . 153 

Times .... 163 

Mall (Market Harboro') . 163 

Pioneer (Leicester) . . 146 



LINCOLNSHIBE. 

PARE 

Alford Gazette 102 

Boston Guardian . . .112 
Crowle Advertiser . . . 125 
Bpworih Bells . . . .131 
Grantham Journal . . . 134 
Grinisbv Telegraph . . . 131 

Gazette . . . .135 

News 135 

Homcastle News ... 139 
Lincoln Gazette . . .146 

Leader .... 146 

Mercury (Stamford) . . 175 

Lincolnshire Chronicle (Lincoln) 146 

Echo (Lincoln) ... 147 

Free Press (Spalding) . 174 

Slandird (Boston) . . 112 

Star(Brigg) . . .114 

Louth Ad'xrtlser ... 149 

Observer .... 149 

Market llasen Mall ... 163 
Retford News . . . . )33 
Saturday Telegraph (Grimsby) 136 
Scunthorpe News ... 170 

Star 170 

Skegness News . . .172 

Sleaford Gazette . . .173 

Journal . . . . 173 

Spalding Guardian ... 174 
Stain ord News. . . .176 
Weekly Herald (Epworth) . 131 
Woodha 11 Siia Times . . 187 



181 

113 
130 
135 
136 
136 
138 



MIDDLESEX. 

Bucks Advertiser (Uxbridgo) . 
County Middlesex Independent 
(Brentford) .... 
Enfield Observer 
Hanwell Gazette 
Harrow Gazette 

Observer .... 

Hendon Times .... 

Middlesex Advcitl6er(Uxbrldge) 181 

Chronicle (Hounslow) . 140 

Ruislip-Northwood Courier . 168 
Southall Norwood Gazette . 173 
West Middlesex Tlmos(Staines) 175 



MONMOHTHSHIBE. 

Abercarn Weekly Argus . . 101 
Abergavenny Chronicle . . 101 
Abertillery Weekly Argns . 101 
Blackwood District Argus . 110 
Blaenavon Weekly Argus. . Ill 
Chepstow Weekly Argus . . 121 
Ebbw Vale Weekly Argus. . 130 
Football Argus (Newport) . 157 

Post (Newport) . . .167 

Free Press (Pontypool) . . 163 
Monmouth Guardian (Rhymncy) 166 
ilonnioutlishire Beacon (Mnnith) 164 

Evening Post (Newport) . 157 

Weekly Post (Newport) . 157 

Pontypool Weekly Argus . .163 
Rhymney Weekly Argus . . 166 
South Wales Argns (Newport) 167 

Gazitte(AbiTtillery). 101 

Week ly Argus(Newport) 167 

Tredegar Weekly Argus . . 180 



BOBFOLE. 



' f 1/, il'-^b iO''L 



Aylsham & Reepbam Post . 104 
Cromer Post . . . .126 
Cromer Weekly Press . . 125 
Dereham Times . . .130 
Diss Express .... 128 

Journal . . . 128 

Downham Market Gazette . 129 
Bastcm Daily Press ( Norwich) 168 

Evening News(Norwich). 158 

WeeklyPres8(Norwichj . 188 

Holt Post 139 

Lynn Advertiser ... 143 

News 143 

Norfolk Chronicle (Norwich) . 168 

News (Norwich) . . 158 

North Walsham Post . . 168 
Norwich Mercury . . . 169 
People's JoumaUNorwlch) , 159 
Thetford Tlmoe . . .178 



NOBF0LK-(C(m.) 

Varmouth Independent . 
— Mercury 

1 imcs 

— - >N'eekly Press . 



PAGE 

. 18S 

. 188 

. 188 

188 



NOBTHAMPTOKSHIBE. 

Brackley Observer . 
Daventry Express . 
Football Echo (Northampton) 

Telegraph (Kettering) 

Kettering Guardian . 

Leader 

Northampton Herald 

— Dally Chronicle 
Evening Telegraph (Ket 

tering) 

Echo . 

Gazette (Kettering) 

Independent . 

Mercury . 

Peterborough Advertiser 

Citizen 

Express 

Stcndard . 

Rushden Argus, 

Echo . 

Thrapston Journal . 
Wellingborough Tost 
News . 



NOSTHTJMBEELAND. 



112 
126 
168 
142 
142 
142 
168 
168 

142 
158 
142 
168 
158 
162 
162 
162 
162 
168 
168 
179 
183 
183 



Alnwick County Gazette . 


102 


Guardian . 


102 


Berwick Advertiser . 


107 


Journal 


108 


Mercury . 


108 


BlythNcws 


111 


Evening Mail (Newcastle) 


165 


Football Mail (Newcastle) 


166 


lialtwlilstlc Echo 


. 135 


Hexham Courant 


138 


Herald 


138 


Weekly News . 


138 


Illustrated Chronicle 


166 


Morpeth Herald 


166 


Newcastle Dally Chronicle 


166 


Diillv Journal . 


1S6 


Evening Chronicle . 


160 


Weekly Clironiclo . 


166 


North Mall (Nowcistlc) . 


166 


Northern Wocklv Loader 




(Newcastle) 166 


Shields Daily News . 


172 


SportiJig Man (Newcastle, 


166 


Tyneslde Catholic News . 


166 


Whitley Seaside Chronicle 


186 



NOTTIKGHAMSHIBE. 

Bceston Gazette ... 107 

Citizen (Nottingham) . . 159 

Eastwood Advertiser . . 130 

Football News (Nottingham) . 169 

Post (Nottingham) . 159 

Hucknall Dispatch . . .140 

Manslleld Advertiser . . 152 

Chronicle .... 162 

— - Reporter .... 162 

^Midland SporUng Gazette " 

(Nottingham). . . . IS9 

Newark Advertiser . . . 155 

Herald .... 156 

Nottingham Dally Express . 169 

and Notts Local News . 159 

Catholic News . . . 169 

Evening News . . . 169 

Post .... 159 

Guardian . . .169 

Nottinghamshire Weekly 

Guardian .... 169 

Express . . . 169 

Free Press (Sutton-in- 

Ashfleld) .... 176 

Retford Herald .... 166 

Times 166 

South NottsEcho(Nottingham) 169 

West Bridgeford Advertiser . 169 
Worksop Guardian . . .187 



COUNTY INDEX TO BRITISH NEWSPA.PER8. 



57 



OZFOEDSHIEZ. 



I 





PAOK 


Banbury Advertiser . 


1(H 


— (junrilinn . 


lUb 


Btcc«tcr Advertiser . 


108 


Bciiloy Cliroiilcle 


138 


Standard . 


138 


Oxford Clironicle 


161 


Journal 


101 


Review 


161 


Free Presa . . 


161 


Times 


161 


University Gazette . 


161 


OxfordKhIre Weekly Newa (C 




Korton) .... 


122 


Tbomc Gazette . 


178 


Witney Gaiett« 


186 



BUTLANDSHIBE. 
Oakham Joarnal ... 160 



SHBOPSHIBE. 

Bishop's Castle Advertiser 
Bridgnorth Journal . 
Church Strctton Advertiser 
Elleamere Herald 
Ludlow Advertiser . 
Newport Advertiser . 
Oswestry Advertiser. 
Shrewsbury Advertiser . 

Chronicle . 

Outlook . 

Wellington Journal . 
Whiicburcb Herald . 



110 
113 
122 
130 
149 
157 
161 
172 
172 
172 
183 
184 



SOUEBSETSHIBE. 

ATalonIndcpendent(Gla8tonbury)133 
106 
106 
106 
106 
113 
114 
116 



Bath Chronicle . 

Daily Chronicle 

Herald 

Observer . 

Bridgwater Independent , 

Mercury 

Buruham Gazette . 
CentralSora.Ga2ctte(6lBStonbury)133 



Chard News 

Cheddar Valley Times 

Clcvedon Mercurj 

Bast Devon News t ^ hard) 

Hlghbridge Echo 

Langport Herald 

Ilinehead Advertiser 

Palmer's News (Martock) 

Pnlraan's News (Yeovil) . 

Shepton Mallet Journal . 

Somerset Co. Gazette (Taunton) 

Herald (Taunton) 

. Express (Taunton) 

Guardian (lladstock) 

Journal (Frome) 

Standard (Frome) . 

Taunton Courier 

Echo .... 

Mall .... 

Three Shire i Advertiser 
(Yeovil) .... 
Wellington Expreas . 

Weekly News . . 

Wells Journal . 

Western Advertiser (Chard) 

Chronicle (Yeovil) .' 

Gazctte(Y'eovil) 

News (Taunton) 

Wcston-9Ui>cr-Marc Gazette 

Mercury 

WeatSom. Free Press (Williton) 
Wiltahire News (Bath) 
Wivellscombe Express 
YeoTll Leader . 



STAI'FOEDSHIEE. 



Biddulph Chronicle . 
Hrewood Courier 
Burton Chronicle 

Daily Mail . 

-^ Evening Gazette 
Observer . . 



120 
121 
123 
120 
188 
144 
154 
153 
188 
171 
177 
177 
177 
165 
133 
133 
178 
178 
178 

188 
183 
183 
183 
JW 
188 
188 
178 
184 
184 
185 
106 
lt6 
188 



108 
113 
117 
117 
117 
117 



STATFOBBSHIBE-KCttn.) 

PAOK 

Cannock Advertiser . .118 

Courier .... 118 

Choaille Herald. . . . 12U 

Times . . . 120 

County Advertiser (Brlerley Hill) 114 

Exi)resj< (Cnidley Hetth) . 125 

Herald (Hrierloy Hill) . 114 

Express & Star (Wolverhampton) 188 
Free Press (W. Bromwich) . 183 
Ilandswortb Chronicle . . 135 

Herald .... 135 

Hedne^ford Advertiser . . 137 

Courier . . . . 137 

Leek Post 145 

Times 145 

Lichfield Mercury . . .146 
Midland Advcrtli<cr(Wedneabnry)183 

Chronicle (West ISroniwIch; 1S3 

Counties Express (Wolver- 
hampton) . . . 186 
Rugely Mercury ... 168 
Smetbwlck News . . .173 

Telephone . ... 173 

Staffordshire Advert lBer(Sta9ord)174 



Ncw8(CHtholic) 

Chronicle (Stafford) . 

Sentinel I Stoke-on-Trent) 

Weekly Sentinel 

Tamworth Herald . 

Mercury .... 

Tipton Herald .... 

Uttoxeter Advertiser 

Walsall Pioneer .... 

Observer .... 

Wednesbury Borough News . 
West Bromwich Weekly News 
Wolverhampton Chronicle 



SUFFOLK. 

AldcbnrghPoat . 
Bury Free Press 

Post "... 

East Anglian Daily Times 

(Ipswich) 
- — Suflolk Gazette (Bcccles) 
Evening Star (Ipswi( h) . 
Framllngham Weekly News 
Halcsworth Times . 
Lowestoft Journal . 

Press .... 

Mildenhall Post 

South West Suffolk Echo 

(Haverhill) . 
Stowmarket Courier 
— Weekly Post 
Sudbury Post . 
Suffolk Chronicle (Ipswich) 

Free Press (Sudbury) 

Sea Coast Times . 

Woodbridge Reporter 



174 
174 

176 
176 
177 
177 
179 
181 
182 
182 
183 
184 
186 



102 
117 
117 

142 

107 
142 
133 
136 
149 
149 
154 

137 
176 
176 
176 
142 
176 
149 
187 



SUBBET. 

Camborloy News . . .117 
Caterhiim Weekly Press . . 120 
Coulsdon Weekly Record. . 124 
Croydon Advci^lser.. :■. . 125 

Times . . ' . , 125 

Dorking Advertiser . . 128 
East Surrey Herald (Purley) . 165 
Epsom Advertiser ... 131 

Herald . . . .131 

iJistrict Times . . .131 

Famham Herald ... 132 
Horley Advertiser . . .139 
Uitcham Advertiser . , lf;4 

Herald .... 154 

Surbiton Times (Kingston) . 143 
Surrey Advertiser (Guildford) 135 

Comet(King8ton) . . 143 

County Herald . . 176 

Herald (Chertsey) . . 121 

Mirror (Ho Ihlll) . . I66 

and Hants News (Farnham) 132 

Times (Guildford) . . 135 

Weekly Press (Guildford) 135 



SUBBET— (Pon.) 



Sutton Advertiser . 
Herald 


PAOI 
176 

. 178 


Wallington Advertiser . 

Herald 

Woking Herald 

News and Mall . 

Observer . 


. 182 
. 182 
. 186 
. 186 
. 188 



SUSSEX. 



Bexhlll Observer . . .108 

(Jhronicle .... 108 

Bognor Observer . . .111 
Brighton Advertiser . . . 114 

Gazette . . . .114 

Graphic .... 114 

Herald .... 114 

Observer .... 114 

Society .... 114 

Standard .... 115 

Times .... 114 

CJhichester Observer . . . 122 
Crowborough Woi'kly . . 125 
EiistlKiumeChronlcle . . 129 

Gazette . . . .129 

East Grinsiead Observer . , 130 

Sussex News (Lewes) . 146 

EvenlngArgus(Brlghton) . 116 
Hastings Independent . . 136 

Observer .... 136 

Pictorial Advertiser . . 136 

Horsham Times. . . .139 
Hove Gazette .... 140 
Llttlchampton Gazette . . 147 

Observer .... 147 

Midhurst Times ... 154 
Mid-Sussex Times (Haywards 

Heath). . . .187 
Morning Argus (Brighton) . 115 
Newhaveu Chronicle . . 156 
Sea • rd Chronicle . . .170 
Soj I emWeeklyNew8(Bright'n)115 
Sus IX Co. Herald (Lewea) . 146 

Courier (Crawley) . . 126 

Dally News (Brighton) . 115 

— EvenlugTimes(Brighton) US 

— Express (Lewes) . . 146 

Visitor (Eastbourne) . . 129 

West Sussex Gazette (Arundel) 103 

Times (Horsham) . 140 

Worthing Mercury ... 187 

Gazette .... 187 

Observer .... 187 



WAEWICKSHIEE. 

AlcesterChronicie . . . 102 

Aston News ( lilrniingham) . 109 

Atherstone Express ... 104 

Herald .... 104 

News 104 

Observer .... 104 

Bedworth News .... 107 

Observer .... 107 

Birmingham Catholic News . 109 

Dully Mail. . . .109 

Post .... 109 

Gazette .... 109 

Mercury .... 109 

News . '. . 109 

— Weekly Post . . . 1U9 
Coleshill Chronicle ... 124 
Ck)ventry Graphic , . .124 

Herald .... 125 

Standard , . . .125 

Erdlnjiton Weekly News. . 109 
Evening Ditpatch (Birming- 
ham) 109 

HarbomeNews. . . . 109 

Keuilwortb Advertiser , . 142 

Kiueton Advertiser . . 143 

Leamington Chronicle . . 144 

Spa Courier ... 144 

Midland Counties' Tribune 

(Nuneaton) . . 160 

— Co. 's Herald (Blrrainglmni) 109 

Dally Telegraph ((Ivntry.) 125 

Tribune (Nuneaton) . 160 

Nuneaton Advertiser . . 160 

— Chronicle .... 100 
Observer .... 160 



WABWICK8HIBE-(C<m.) 

rxoK 
Rugby Advertiser ... 168 

ObSi Tver .... 188 

Sports Argus (Birmingham) . 100 
S|H)rilng iliiir (Blrmlni^ham) . 1U9 
Hlral ford-on- A von ilttrahl . 176 
Sutton Coldlleld NewsiK'ham) lOV 
Warwick Advertiser . 18Z 

Times 184 

Warwickshire Star (Nuneaton) 180 
What's Doing (Birmingham) . 100 



WESTUOBLAHD. 

Appleby Herald . . . 103 

Lakes Herald (Ambleside) . 108 

Westmorland Gazette (Kendal) 142 



WILTSHIBE. 

Evening North Wilts Herald 
(Swindon) .... 

Swindon Advertiser . 

North Wilts Guardian (Chippen- 
ham) 

Heniid (Swindon) . 

Salisbury Journal . 

Times 

Swindon Advertiser . 

Warminster Journal 

Wilts and Berks Coimty Paper 

Wiltshire Advertiser (Devizes) 

Gazette .... 

Telegraph (Devizes) 

Times (Trowbridge) 



WOBCESTEBSHIEB 

Berrow's Worcester Journal 
Bromsgrove Messenger . 
County Express (Stourbridge) 
Droitwlch Guardian . 
Dudley Chronicle 

Herald 

Evesham Journal 

Standard . 

Kidderminster Shuttle . 

Times . 

Malvern Gazette 

News .... 

Redditch Indicator . 
Tenbury Wells Advertiser 
Upton on Severn News . 
Weekly News (Oldbury) . 
Worcestershire Advert. (W'ster) 

Chronicle (Worcester) 

Echo (Worcester) 

Standard . 

Worcester Daily Times . 
Herald 



YOBKSHIBB- 

Armley News . 
Banioldswick Pioneer 
Burnsley Chronicle . 

Independent 

Teltphcne. ••jr»i,.. i./i. 

Batley Free Press ^ jjo-j 

News .... 

— llepoi'ter . 
Bedale Chronicle 
Beverley Guardian . 

Kca>rder . 

Blrstali News . 

Herald 

Bradford Catholic Herald 

Dally Argus 

I >aily Telegraph 

Pioneer 

Weekly Telegraph . 

Bridlington Chronicle 

Free Press . 

Brlghouse Echo 

I'Yee Press . 

Cleckheaton Advertiser . 

(riiardlan . 

Cleveland standard . 
C^otno Valley (ruardian(S'waite) 
Craven Herald (Skipluu). 
Daily MaU (Hull) . 



177 
177 



122 
177 



177 
182 
15S 
127 
127 
127 
180 



187 
118 
176 
129 
129 
129 
131 
131 
142 
143 
151 
151 
166 
178 
181 
160 
187 
187 
187 
187 
187 
187 



103 
IU5 
1U6 
106 
10& 
JM 
106 
106 
167 
108 
108 
110 
110 
112 
112 
112 
112 
112 
114 
114 
114 
114 
123 
l'.U 
186 
173 
ITS 
lU 



58 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



T0HK8HIKE-(Coit.) 

Dewshury District News . 

Free Press . 

Ueporter . 

Doncaster Advertiser 

Chronicle . 

Gazette 

Driffield Times 



PAOE 

127 
128 
128 
128 
128 
128 
129 



Easingwold Advertiser . . 129 
Eastern Morning News (Hull). 140 
East Ridin? Chronicle (i riffleld) 129 

'— (Sherburn) . 172 

Eckington Express (Woodhouse) 187 
Elland Echo .... 130 



Filey Post .... 
Football Argus (Bradford) 

Goole Times 
Journal 

Halifax Courier 

Evening Courier 

Daily Guardian. 

Guardian . 

Harrogate Advertiser 

Herald . 

Times 

Hebden Bridge News 

Times 

Heckmondwike Herald . 

News .... 

Ueporter . 

Holmflrth E-xpress . 
Honley Express 
Horbury Observer . 
Bomsea Guardian . 
Howdcushire Gazette (Goole 
Chronicle (Pockllngton) 



132 
113 

134 
134 

136 
136 
136 
186 
136 
136 
136 
187 
137 
137 
137 
137 
139 
139 
139 
139 
134 
163 



YORKSHIEE-(Con.) 

HuddersBeld Daily Examin 

Examiner . 

• Worker 

Hull Catholic Herald 
— D.iily News 

News 

and East Yorks Times 

anil Linos, News 

and Lines Times 

llkley Free Press 

Gazette 

Keighley News . 
KuaresDorough Post . 
Leeds Catholic Herald 

Mercury . 

Loftua Advertiser . 
Malton Messenger . 
Matihamshire Standard 
Mexborongh Times . 
Mifidlesbrough Standard 
Mlrfleld Herald 

Reporter . 

Morley News 
Observer . 

Northern Weekly Gazette 

(Middlesbrough) 

North Eastern Dally Gaaelti 
(Middlesbrough) 

Leeds News 

North Riding News 

(Northallerton) 

Ossett Observer 

Pateley Bridge Herald . 

Penistone Express (Hoyland) 



PAQP. 
140 

1411 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 

141 
141 

142 
143 
144 
144 
149 

151 
167 
163 
166 
164 
154 
166 
155 



164 
144 

167 
160 
161 
"O 



YOEKSHIRE-(Con) 

PAOE 

Pontefract Advertiser . . 163 

Business Guide . . . 163 

Express .... 163 

Pudsey Advertiser . . .176 

News 166 

Rawmarsh Advertiser . . 153 
Redcar News .... 166 
Richmond Gazette . . .167 
Ripen Chronicle . . . 167 

Gazette .... 167 

Observer . . . , 167 

Rotherham Advertiser . . 167 

Express .... 168 

Rothwell Courier ... 168 
Saddleworth Standard . .156 
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 

Dally Telegraph . . 171 

Independent . . . 171 

Weekly Independent . 171 

Weekly News . . .171 

Shipley Times & Express . . 172 
Skyrack Courier (Leeds) . ■ 144 
South Bank Express . . 166 

Elmsall Express . . 174 

— — Elmsall Times . . 174 
Sowerby Bridge Times . . 174 
Sporting Pink (Leeds) . . 144 
Sports Echo (Leeds) . . 144 
Express (Hull) . . . 140 



YOEKSEIEE-(C<m.) 

PAGB 
Sports Gazette (Mlfldlesbroogh) 164 
Special .... 171 

Tadeaster News . . .177 
Tecs-side Catholic News 

(Middlesbrough) . 154 
Tecs-side Herald 

(Middlesbrough) 
Thlrsk Guardian 



154 

178 



— - News 178 

Wakefield Advertiser . . 181 

Express .... 181 

Weekly Citizen (Leeds) . . 144 
West Yorkshire Pioneer 

(Sklptor.) . . 173 
Wetherby News . . .184 

Wharfedale Observer (Otloy) . 161 

Times (Otiej-) . . .161 

Whitby Gazette . .184 

Wool Record .... lis 

York Star 188 

Yorkshire Catholic Herald . 188 

Dally Obi-erver (Bradford) lis 

— Early Bird (Shetfield) . 171 

Evening News (Leeds) . 144 

Evening Post ( Leeds) . 145 

Evening Press (York) . 188 

Factory Times ( Dewsbury) 123 

Gazette (York). . . 188 

Herald (York) . . 188 

News (York) ... 188 

Observer Budget . . 113 

Post (Leeds) . . .146 

Sports (Bradford) . . 113 

Telegraph (Sheffield) . 171 

Weekly Herald (York) . ISS 

Post(Loeds) . . 146 



WALES. 



BBECBKOCKSHIBE. 

Brecon County Tines 

and Radnor Express 

Brynmawr Weekly Argus 



PAGK 

, 113 
, lis 
. 116 



CABDIOANSBIBE. 

Aberystwith Despatch . . 101 

Caii'brian News (Aberystwli h) 101 

Cardigan Advertiser . . 119 
Llau A'r Dywysogaeth 

(Lampeter) 143 

Welsh Gazette (Aberystwith! 101 



CABHABTHENSHIBE 

Amman Valley Chronicle . 103 
Uurry Port Star . . .148 
Carmnnhen Ueporter . . 119 
Journal .... 119 

Llanelly Argus .... 148 

Guardian .... 148 

■ Mercury .... 148 

— Star . . . . 148 

Seren Cymru (Carmarthen) . 120 

South Wales Press (Llanelly). 148 

WeUhman (Carmarthen) . 120 



CABNAEVONSHIBE. 



CAENAEVONSHIBE-(Con.) 

PAOK 

Llandudno Junction Standard 148 
News 148 

Register .... 148 

Standard .... 148 

Llanfairfechan Weekly News . 148 

Standard .... 148 

Sonh WalesChronlcIe (Bangor) 106 

Observer (Carnarvon) 120 

Stand.ird (Conway) 121 

— WeekiyNews (Conway) 124 

Penmaenmawr Weekly News . 162 

Standard . . . .162 

Portmadoc Observer . . 164 

Pwllheli Observer ... 166 
Udgorn (Pwllheli) . . .165 

Vale of Clwyd Weekly News . 124 

Vale of Conway Weekly News 124 

Y Genedl Cymrcig (Carnarvon) 120 

Y Goleuad (Carnarvon) . . 120 

Y Werln ar Eco (Carnarvon) . 120 



FLINTSHIBE. 

County Herald (Holywell) 
Flintshire Observer (Holywell) 
Prestatyn Weekly 
Uhyl Guardian 

Journal 

News . 

Record 

OLAU0E6ANSHIRE. 



Aberdare Express 

Leader 

Post . 



PAGE 

139 
139 
164 
166 
166 
166 
166 



101 
101 
101 



Bangor News . 


106 


Observer . 


105 


Bettwys-yCocd News 


108 


Carnarvon Herald . 


120 


Conway Standard . 


124 


Dincsydd Cymrcig . 


120 


Deganwy Standard . 


127 


G walla (Bangor) . 


105 


Herald Cymraeg (Carnarvon) 


120 


Llandudno Advertiser . 


148 


— Directory . 


148 



DEMBIOHSHIBE. 

Abergele Visitor . . . 101 

Times . sjj_,.«ii»i not • 101 

— ^ Weekly NeWs" >.- ■•"0-51 < , loi 
BancracAmserauCymru(Denbigh)127 
124 
124 
124 
188 
127 
148 
149 
149 
149 
188 
124 
127 
168 
188 
188 



Colwyn Bay Weekly News 

Herald 

Standard . 

Denbigh Advortlicr . 

Free Pro.ss .... 

Llangollen Advertiser 
Llanrwst Free Press . 

News 

Standard .... 

N. Wiiles Guardian (Wrexham) 

Pioneer(Colwyn Bay) 

Times (Denbigh) 

Uhos Herald ( Ruabon) . 

Wrexham Advertiser 

Journal .... 



Barry Dock News . . . 106 

Herald .... 106 

Caerjihllly Journal ... 163 
CamhrlaDaily Loader (Swansea) 176 
Cambrian (Swansea) . . 176 
CardlfF Journal of Commerce. 118 

Times . . . .118 

Darian (Aberdare) . . . 101 
Glamorgan Free Press (Pontypr'd)163 

Gazette (Bridgend) . . 113 

Times (Pontypridd) . . 163 

Herald of Wales (Swansea) . 177 
Merthyr Express . . . 153 
Mid-Rhondda Gazette 

(Pontypridd) . 163 
Mountain Ash Post . . 101 

Mumbles Weekly Press . . 177 
Ponarth Time& . ... 162 
Pioneer (Menhyr) . . .153 
Pontypridd Observer . . 163 
Forth Gazette .... 164 
Porthcawl News ... 164 
Rhondda Fach Gazette . .163 

Leader (Tonypandy), . 179 

3. Glamorgan Chron. (Bridgend) 113 
South WalesDallyNew8(Cardifr) 119 

Dally Post (Swansea) 177 

Echo (Cardiff) . . 119 

Evening Express 

(Cardiff) . . .118 

Weekly Post (Swansea) 177 

Sporting News (Swansea) . 177 
Swansea Shipping Register . 177 
Weekly Mall (Cardiff) . 119 

Welsh Catholic Herald (Cardiff) 119 
Western Mall (Cardiff) , . 119 
r Tyat (Merthyr) . . .163 



ISLE OF ANGLESEY. 



Holyhead Chronicle . . 1.19 

Mall 139 

Observer .... 139 

Y Glorianydd (Llangefni) . 148 

Y Wyutyll (Llangefni) . . 148 



HERIONETB SHIRE. 

Adsain (forwen) . . . 124 

Barmouth Advertiser . . 105 

Gwyliedydd Newydd . . 110 

Merioneth News (Dolgelly) . 128 
YCyraro(Dolgelly) . . .128 

Y Dydd (Dolgelly) . . . 128 
y Rhedegydd(Blaenau) . . Ill 

Y Sorcn (Bala; .... 104 
Yr Wythnos a r Eryr (Bala) . 104 



MONTGOMEEYSHIRE. 

Montgomery Express (New- 
town) 157 

Co. Times (Welshpool) . 183 



FEMBBOEESHIEE. 

County Echo (Fishgnard) . 132 

Haverfordwest Telegraph . 137 

NarLerth News . . . 156 

Milford Haven Gazette . . 154 

News In a Nutshell ( Pembroke) 161 

Pembroke Co. Guardian (H'west) 137 



- (Pembroke) 



Dock Gazette 

Dock Journal . 

Herald (Haverfordwest) . 

Times 

Tenby Observer . . . . 

Co. News . . ■ . 

Ward Davles's Free Press 
(Pembroke) . 



EADNORSHIRX. 

Radnorshire Express 

Standard (Llandrlndod) 



1«1 
161 
161 
137 
161 
178 
178 



148 
148 



COUNTY INDEX TO BRITISH NEWSPAPERS. 



69 



SCOTLAND. 



AB£BD££NSHIRE. 






PAOK 


Aborilt'on Frt-e PrcM 


101 


Catholic Herald 


191 


Kvenlng Bxpress 


191 


Gazette 


191 


Jouriml 


191 


Wofkly Free Press . 


191 


Journal 


191 


Buclian Observer (Peterhead) 


. 204 


Fishing News (Alierdeen) 


191 


FraserburKh AdTcrtlser . 


197 


Herald 


197 


lluntly Kxpress 


200 


People's Journal (Aberdeen) 


191 



ABOTLLSHISE. 

Argyll Advertiser (Lochgilp- 
head) ?02 

Herald (Campbeltown) . 193 

Campbeltown Courier . , 193 

Dunoon Advertiser . , . 19,') 

Herald .... 195 

Observer .... 195 

Obau Tluies ... .203 



ATKSHISE. 

Ardrossan Herald ... 192 

Ayr Advertiser .... 192 

Observer .... 192 

Post 192 

Carrlck Herald (Olrran) . 197 

Cumnock Chroniclo . . . 194 

Dairy Herald .... 194 

Irviue Herald .... 200 

Tltnes 200 

Kilmarnock Herald . . . 200 

Stiinduni . . . .200 

Kilwinning Chronicle . . 201 

LargH Weekly News . . . 201 

Blevonston News . . . 204 

Troon Herald .... 205 

Times 205 

Weekly Supplement (OaUton) 197 



BANFFSHIRE. 

BanSshlre Advertiser (Buckie) 193 

Herald (Keith) . . 200 

Journal (lianff) . . 192 

Reporter (Portsoy) . . 204 

Dafftowu News . , . . 194 



BERWICKSHIRE. 

Berwickshire Advertiser (Duns) 195 
News (Duns) . . .196 



CAITHNESS-SHIRE. 

Caithness Courier (Thurso) . 205 

John-o'-Groat Journal (Wick) 205 

Northern Ensign (WIek) . . 205 



CLACKMANNANSHIRE 

Alloa Advertiser . . .191 

Circular .... 191 

— Journal .... 191 
Devon Tribune (Tillvcoultry). 205 
HlUfoots Uecord (Alva) . . 192 



DUMBARTONSHIRE. 

Clydebank Press . . . 193 

Djintmrton Herald . . . 194 

HelciisburgliNews . . , 199 

Times .... 199 

Kirkintilloch Gazette . . 201 

Herald .... 201 

Lennox Herald (Dumbarton). 194 

Maryhili Herald ... 202 

MUngavie Herald ... 202 



Dnur&IX8SHIBE. 

PAOK 

Annandale Obaorver , , 192 

Herald (Lockerbie) . . 802 

Dumfrlea Courier ... 104 

Standard .... 194 

Kskdaio Advertiser (Langholm) 201 

Lockerbie News . . . 202 

Moffat News ... 202 



EDINBnRQHSHIRE. 



Catholic Herald (Edinburgh) 
Dalkeith Advertiser . 
Edinburgh Citizen (Portobeilo) 

Kvenlng Dispatch . 

News . 

Gazette 

Leith Burghs Pilot . 

Commercial List 

Observer . 

MId-Lothlan Journal (Porto- 
beilo) .... 
Mussel l^Mrgh News . 
North I'.rlt. Agriculturist (Edlu.) lOB 
Peoplu'o Journal (Kdlnburgh) . 196 
Scots Law Times (Edinburgh) 198 
.Scotsman (Edinburgh) . . 196 
Weekly Scotsman (Edinburgh) 190 



ELGIN. 

Elgin Courant .... 190 

Forres Gazette .... 197 

Northern Scot (Elgin) . . 196 

Strathspey Herald (Qrantown) 199 



FIFESHISE. 

Dunfermline Express . . 196 

Journal .... 195 

Press 195 

Fife Herald (Cupar) . . . 194 

Free Press (Kirkcaldy) . 201 

News (Cupar) . . . 194 

Fife.>(hire Advertiser (Kirkcaldy) 201 
"'"'"""""" 201 

201 
20-2 
202 
202 
194 
195 
204 
195 



Kirkcaldy Mall . 

Times .... 

Lovcn Advertiser . , 

Mail 

Lochgelly News 

People's Journal (Cupar). 

Rosyth Mall .... 

St. Andrews Citizen . 

West Fife Echo (Ck>wdenbeath) 



FORFARSHIRE. 

Arbroath Guide .... 192 

Herald .... 192 

Brechin Advertiser . . . 19:1 

Broughty Advertiser . . 193 

Ferry Guide , . . 193 

Carnoustie Gazette ... 193 

Herald .... 193 

Dundee Advertiser . . .195 

Catholic Herald , . 195 

Courier .... 196 

Evening Telegraph (Dundee) 195 

Forfar Dispatch ... 197 

Herald .... 197 

Review .... 197 

Kirriemuir Free Press . . 201 

Observer . . . .201 

Montrose Review . . . ii02 

Standard .... 202 

People's Journal (Dundee) . 196 

(Forfar) . . .197 

Post (Dundee) .... 195 

Weekly News (Dundee ) . 195 



HADDINGTON SHIRE. 

Haddington Advertiser . . 199 
Courier .... 199 



INVERNESS-SHIRE. 

Highland News (Inverness) . 200 

Leader (Inverness) , , 200 

Times (Inverness) . . 200 

Inverness Courier . . . 20O 

Football Times ... 200 

Northern Chronicle (Inverness) 200 

People's Journal (Inverness) . 200 



ISLE OF BUTE. 

Ruteman (Rotheaay) 
Itolbesay Kxprem 



PAOI 

214 
204 



KINCARDINESHIRE. 

Kincardine L'kirk Observer . 201 
Stonehaven Journal . . . 206 



KIRKCUDBRIGHTSHIRE. 

Kirkcudbright Adv8rtl80r(C««tIo 

Douglas) . ... 193 
Stewartry Observer (Dalbeattie) 194 



KINROSS-SHIRE. 

KlnroHs-shlreAdvertlser . . 201 
Courier .... 201 



LANARKSHIRE. 

Alrdrle Advertiser . . .191 
Bailie (Glasgow) . . . 197 
Bellshill Speaker ... 192 
Bulletin (Glasgow) . . .197 
Cam buslang Advertiser . . 193 

Pilot 193 

Carluke Gazette . . .193 
Coatbridge Express ... 193 

Leader .... 193 

County Record ... .197 
Daily Record (Glasgow). . 198 
Eastern Argus (Glasgow) . 198 
Evening News (Glasgow) . . 198 

Times (Glasgow) . , 198 

Glasgow Citizen . . . 198 

Herald .... 198 

Observer .... 198 

Star and Examiner . .198 

Weekly Herald . . .198 

News .... 198 

Govan Press . . . .198 
Hamilton Advertiser . . 199 
Lanark (iazette . . . 201 
Lanarkshire (Hamilton) . . 199 

Catholic Herald . . 19S 

Examiner! Lanark) . 201 

Motherwell Standard . . 202 

Times .... 203 

National Guardian (Glasgow) 198 
Partick Press .... 198 

Gazette .... 198 

People's Journal (Glasgow) . 198 
Poliokshaws News . . . 198 
Post (<ilasgow) . ... 199 
Ruthergien Reformer . . 204 
Scottish Farmer (Glasgow) . 199 
Southern Press (Glasgow) . 199 
Scots Pictorial .... 199 
Uddingston Standard . . 206 
Weekly Mail and Record 

(Glasgow) . . . .199 
Western News (Glasgow) . 199 
Wlshaw Herald . . .206 
Press 206 



LINLITHGOWSHIRE. 

Bo'ness Journal . . . 192 
Linlithgow Gazette . . . 202 
Lothian Express (Bathgate) . 192 
West Lothian Courler(Bathgate) 192 



MIDLOTHIAN. 

Midlotb'n Advertiser (W.Calder) 206 

NAIRNSHIRE. 

Nairnshire Telegraph (Nairn) 203 
Nairn Co. Press .... 203 



PKBTH8HIRE. 

Alyth Gazette . 

Guardian . 

Hellman (Perth) 
Blairgowrie Advertiser . 
Bridge of Allan Gazette . 
Callander Advertiser 
Crleir Advertiser 
Perthshire Advertl8er(Perth). 

Courier (Perth) 

Constitutional (Perth) 

People's Journal (Perth). 
Scottish Farming News (Perth) 
Stratbearn Herald (Crieff) 



rAOa 
IM 
IM 
208 
192 
193 
193 
198 
208 
208 
203 
208 
203 
194 



PEEBLESSHIRE. 

Peebles News .... 203 
Peeblesshire Advertiser (Peebles) 208 

Standard . . . 2()3 

St. Ronan's Standard (Inner- 
leithen) .... 200 



ORKNEYS. 

Orcadian (Kirkwall) 
Orkney Herald (Kirkwall) 



201 
201 



RENFREWSHIRE. 

Barrhead News . . . . 
Clydesdale Catholic Herald 

(Greenock) . 
Gourock Times 
Greenock Herald 

Telegraph . 

Johnstone Advertiser 
Paisley Dally Express 

Gazette 

Port Glasgow Express 



ROSS-SHIRE. 

Invergorden Times . 
Northern Weekly (Dingwall) . 
North Star (Dingwall) . 
Ross-shire Journal (Dingwall) 



ROXBURGHSHIRE. 

Hawick Express 

News 

Jedburgh Gazette . 

Kelso Chronicle 

Mall 



SELKIRK. 



Border Standard (Oalashlols) . 

Telegraph (Galashlelsj . 

Selkirk Advertiser . 
Southern Reporter (Selkirk) . 



SHETLAND ISLES. 

Shetland New8(Lerwick) 
Times (Lerwick) 



STIRLINGSHIRE. 



192 

199 
199 
199 
199 
200 
203 
208 
204 



200 
194 
194 
194 



199 
190 

200 
200 
200 



197 
197 
204 
204 



202 
80! 



Falkirk Herald . 


197 


Mail .... 


197 


Grangemouth Advertiser 


199 


Kilsyth Chronicle 


201 


Journal . 


201 


People's Journal (Stirling) 


204 


Stirling Journal 


204 


Observer . 


205 


Saturday Observer . 


205 


— Seullnel . 


«0S 



SUTHERLAND. 
Northern Times (QoUple) , 199 

'WIGTOWNSHIRE. 

Galloway Advertiser (Stranraer) 20S 
— Gazette (Newton Stewart) 208 



60 




THE NEWSPAPER 


PRESS DIRECTORY. 












DOWN. 




KING'S COUNTY. 




TIPPEBABY. 




IRELAND. 




PAGB 




PAGE 




PAGE 






Banbrldge Chronicle 


208 


King's (^. Chronicle (Birr) 


209 


Cashel Sentinel .... 


209 






Co Down Spectator (Bangor.) . 
Down Recorder 


208 
210 


Independent (Tullamore) . 

Leinster Reporter (Tullamore) 


216 
216 


Clonrael Chronicle 

Mid. Cos. Advertiser (Roscrea) 


209 




215 






Dromore Leader 


210 


Midland Tribune (Birr) . 


209 


Nationalist (Clonmcl) 


209 


ANTSIM. 




Times .... 


210 






Nenach Guardian 


214 




PAGE 


Frontier Sentinel (Newry) 


211 






News 


214 


Ballymena Observer . 
Weekly Telegraph 


. 207 
. 207 


N'ewry Reporter .... 

Telegraph .... 

Newtownards Chronicle . 


215 
215 
215 


LEITBIM. 




TIpperary Star (Thurles) . 


215 


Ballymoney Free Press 
Belfast Evening Telegraph 


. 207 
. 208 


Herald 

Spectator .... 


208 
215 


Leitrim Advertiser (Mohlll) . 
Observer (Carrlck) 


214 
209 


TYKONE. 




News-Lctter 


. 208 


North Down Herald (Bangor) . 


208 










Weekly News . 

Weekly Telegraph 


. 208 










Dungannon Democrat 


212 


. 208 






LIMEBICK. 




Mid aister Mall (Cookstown) . 
Strabane Chronicle . 


210 
215 


Christian Advocate (Belfast) . 208 








News 


216 


Carrlckfergus Advertiser 


. 209 


DUBLIH. 








Tyrone Constitution (Omagh) . 


216 


Ireland's Saturday Night 
(Belfast) 203 


Church of Ireland Gaz. (Dublin) 


210 


Irish Notes 

Limerick Chronicle . 

— Leader 


214 
213 
213 


Courier (Dungannon) 

Ulster Herald (Omagh) . 


212 
215 


Irish News (Belfist) . 


. 208 


Dally Express (Dublin) . 


211 


Echo 


213 






Weekly (Belfast) 


. 208 


Dublin Evening Mail 


210 


Munster News (Limerick) . 


213 






Larno Times .... 213 
Llsburn Herald . . . .213 

Standard . . . .213 

North Antrim Standard (Bally- 
money) 207 

Northern Whig (Belfast) . . 208 
Ulster Echo (Belfast) . . 208 


Gazette .... 

Saturday Post . 

Evening Herald .... 

Telegraph .... 

Farmer's Gazette 
Freeman's .Journal . 
GfBlic Athlete .... 
General Advertiser . 


211 
311 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 


Weekly Observer 

LONDONDEBEY. 

Colerainc Chronicle . 

Derry Journal .... 


214 

209 
213 


WATEBFOBD. 

Munster Express (Waterford) . 
Waterford Evoning News 

Weekly News 

Standard .... 

Star 


216 
216 
216 
216 
216 


Guardian . 


. 208 


Irish Catholic .... 


211 


*New8 


213 






Weekly Northern Whlg(Belfast) 209 


Field 

Independent 


211 
211 


People 

Standard .... 


213 
213 


WESTMEATH. 




WivneB8 (ijeitasc) • • 


. 


Law Times .... 


211 


Irish Daily Telegraph 


213 










Opinion .... 


211 


Londomlerry Sentinel 


213 


Midland Reporter (MulUngar) 


214 






Times 


211 


Northern Con3titulloa(Coleralne)2IO 


Westmeath Examiner (Mul- 








Weekly Independent 


211 






Ungar) 


214 


AKMAGH. 




Weekly Mail . 

Leader 


211 
211 






Westmeath Guardian (Mulllngar) 214 
Independent (Athlone) . 207 


Armagh Guardian . 


. 207 


New Ireland .... 


211 


LONGFOBD. 








Lurgan Mall 
Portadown Express . 


. 214 
. 215 


Saturday Herald 

Sport 


211 

211 


Longford Independent 

Journal .... 


214 
214 


WEXFOBD. 




News .... 


. 216 


Sund ./ nnependent(DnbilD) . 


211 


Leader 


214 






Ulster Gazette (Armagh) 


. 207 


Weekly Freeman 
Irish Times. 


211 
212 


LblTTH. 




Echo (Enniscorthy) . 
Bnnlscorthy Guardian 
Free Press (Wexford) 
New Ross Standard , 


212 
212 
216 
214 












People (Wexford) 


216 


CABLOW. 




FEBUANAGH. 




Advertiser (Droghoda) 
Drogheda Argus .... 


210 
210 










Fermanagh Herald(Enniskillen) 212 


Independent 

Dundalk Democrat . 


210 
212 


WICKLOW. 




Oarlow Sentinel 
Nationalist (Carlow) 


. 209 
. 209 


News 

Times (EnniBklllen) . 


212 
212 


Examiner .... 

Herald .... 


212 

212 


Bray Herald .... 
Wicklow News Letter 


209 
216 






Impartial Rcporter(Knnl8killen) 212 






People 


216 














Press 


216 










MAYO. 








CAVAN. 




GALWAT. 




Balllna Herald .... 


207 














(7onnaughtTelegraph(Castlebar' 209 










Connacht Tribune 


212 


Mayo News (Westport) . 


216 






Anglo-Celt (Cavan) . 


. 209 


East Galway Democrat (Balllna. 




Western People (Balllna) . 


207 






Irish Post (Cavan) , 


. 209 


sloe) 

Galway Express. 

Leader 


207 
212 
212 














Observer .... 

Pilot 


212 
213 


HEATH. 




BRITISH ISLES. 




CLARE. 




Loughrea Guardian . 


214 


MeathHerald(Kell8). . . 


213 








. 212 


Tuaoi Herald .... 
People 


216 
216 


—— Chronicle .... 


213 






Clare Champion (Ennis) 






Journal (Knnls) . 


. 212 


Western News (Bailinasloe) . 


207 










Kilrush Herald . . 


. 213 






UONAGHAN. 




ISLE OF MAN. 




Saturday Record (Bnnia) 


. 212 






















Monaghan Democrat 


214 


Isle of Man Examiner (Douglas) 217 






KESBT. 




Northern Standard (Monaghan 


214 


Times (Douglas). 

Mona's Herald (Douglas) . 


217 
217 


CORK. 




Kerry Advocate (Tralee) . 
News (Tralee) . 


216 
216 






Peel Guardian . 

Ramsey Courier .... 


217 
217 




Press (Tralee) , 


216 


aUEEN'S COUNTY. 












Sentinel (Tralee) 


216 










Cork Constitution 


. . 210 


Weekly Reporter (Tralee) 


216 


Leinster Express (Maryborough] 214 






(k)unty Eagle (Sklbbc 


reen) 215 


Klllarney Echo (T ■ .. ee) . 


216 






6UEBNSEY. 




Examiner . 


. 210 










Gazette de Guernsey . 


217 


Evening Echo 


. . 210 






BOSCOUHON. 




Guernsey Advertiser . 


217 


Weekly Examiner 


. 210 








Evening I'ress . 


217 


Free Press . 


. 210 


KILDABB. 




Roscommon Herald (Boyle) 


209 


Weekly Press . 

Star 


217 
217 


News . 


. 210 






Journal .... 


216 










Kildare Observer (Naas) . 


214 


— - Messenger .... 


216 










Lelnster Leader (Naa«) . 


214 


Strokestown Democrat 
Western Nationalist (Boyle) . 


215 
209 


JERSEY. 




DONEGAL. 




KILKEMNY. 




SLIOO. 




Evening Post 

Jersey Illustrated Weekly 


217 
217 


Donegal Vindicator (B 


Jlly- 


Kilkenny Journal 


213 






Weekly Post 


217 


shannon) . 


. 207 


Moderator 




Sllgo Champion 


215 


Lea Chronlquea des Jersey 


217 






People .... 


213 


Independent 


215 


Morning News . 


217 




213 


Time. 


215 


New Jerseyman . 


217 



61 



INDEX TO LEADING BRITISH CLASS PAP ERS & PERIODICALS. 

Divided into Sectiom as follows: (l) Trades; (2) Professional; 1(3) Educational, 
Music and Literary ; (4) Political, Social and Official ; (r>) Religious ; (6) Sports, 
Pastimes, Athletics, Hobbies and Pets; (7) Fashion and Miscellaneous. 



Afrlcoltore 



85 

85 

85 

, 85 

236 

236 

211 

86 

244 



&partinenta 



PAGE 

...Agicultoial Oai. ... 81 
„ NewB ... 219 
„ 8t(lnt8'Ga«.220 
...American Agricltrist. 220 
...Co-op.in Agriculture 231 
...Farm, Field and 

Fireside 
...Farm and Home ... 

... „ Life 

...Farmer 

...Farmer*' Advocate 
...FarmerB' Herald ., 
...Farmers' Gaz. 

...Field 

...Irish Farmer 
... „ Farming World 244 
... ,, Homestead ... 245 
...Jnl. of Agric.Science 245 
...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 269 

...Rev. of App. 

Kntomology 265 
...Rural World ... 266 

...Scottish Farmer ... 199 
... „ Farming News 203 
... „ Farm Servant 267 
...Small Holder ... 268 

... „ „ Gazette 268 
...Women's Farm L'flet 276 
...Bridgen's Htl. Guide 225 
...Dalton's Advertiser 232 
I, ...Employment and 

Aparte. Register 235 

„ ...Flatland 237 

„ ...Flats 237 

„ ...Heron's Flat and 

Est. Mart 241 

,. ...Homefinder 242 

H ...London Ap. Advtr. 251 

„ ...Univ. Hotel Gaz. .., 

„ ...Where to Live 

Ba^ and Umbrella Bag and Umbrella 

Trader 
...Baker & Confectioner 222 
..Bakers' Record ... 82 
„ Review ... 222 
„ Times ... 222 
...British Baker ... 225 
„ and Foreign 
Confectioner 226 
...Confectioners' Ga- 
zette 231 

...Confectioners Union 2)1 
...Confectionery ... 231 
...Journeyman's 

Magazine 
...Master Baker 

...Miller 

...Pr.nctical Baker 
...Ringing World 
...Bill Poster ... 
...Placard 
_ ...Blacksmith & Wheel- 

I Wright 223 

I „ ...Farriers' Jnl. ... 236 

,„ „ ...Foundry Trade Jnl.... 237 

|Boot ft S. MakenFootwear ... 237 

, „ ...Nat. B. k S. Rep. 

I „ ...Scottidh Shoe and 

I Leather Trader 267 

I n ... Shoe&iLeatherNews 92 

„ ...Shoe&LeatherReord. 92 

I ., ...Shoe Manufacturer 268 



Baking and 
Confectionery 



273 
275 

222 



' IJeUringferi 
I lilU Fosters 

IflaolrVinitln 



248 
263 
, 90 
262 
266 
223 
26) 



256 



(1) TRADES. 

PAOE 
Boot * S. MakersShoe Trades Journal 98 

Book-bindinff ...Paper Box and Book- 
binders' Journal 259 
„ ...Printers' Sales and 

Wants 262 

Box-makln§r ..-Box Makers J'urnal 224 
„ ...Paper Box Maker... 2.59 

Brewer* Brewer and Wine 

Merchant 226 

I, Brewers' Gazette ... 82 

„ „ Journal ... 225 

„ Brewing Trade Rev. 226 

,1 Journal of Inst, of 

Brewing 247 

,. National Guardian... 198 

Brick tt Tile ...Brick and Pottery 

Trade Journal 225 

British Clayworker 226 

Pottery Gazette ... 262 

I Quarry 263 

Slate Trade Gazette 268 

Brash-making ...Brush-making ... 226 

Builders Architect 82 

•• k Builder's 

Journal 82 

» Bigg's Contractor's 

■ Record 223 

„ British Architect ... 225 

„ Builder 83 

„ Building Industries 226 

f> „ News ... 83 

,f Soc. Gaz. 226 

.1 „ Trade ... 88 

., „ World ... 8.S 

» Church Builder ... 229 

,, Concrete 231 

„ Contract Gazette ... 231 

„ Contract Journal ... 84 

„ Contractor 84 

•, Contractor's Chron. 84 

>i Contractor's Record 231 

„ Ferro-Concrete ... 236 

„ Garden Cities and 

Town Planning ... 238 

II Housing Journal ... 242 

.1 Illug.Carpenter&Bldr.243 

I, Irish BuUder ... 244 

, Jnl. of Clerks of Wrks 247 

» Jnl.ofOperative Stone 

Masons 247 

,1 London Builder ... 261 

,r Master Builder ... 263 

,1 Nat. Fed. Record ... 2.16 

,1 Public Works ... 26S 

•I Settmaker's Journal 268 

■■ StonetradeJournal... 270 

<i Survey ingi Housing 

World 271 

!• Town Planning Rev. 272 

Batckers Meat Trades Journal 263 

Cabinet Makers.. .Cabinet Maker ... 83 
Carpenters ...Illus.Carpenter&Bldr.243 
,1 ...Jrnl. of Inst, of 

Carpenters 247 
Carriage B'lldersAutoraobile and Car- 
riage Builders' Jrnal 222 
I, ...Coopers Vehicle Jl. 232 

I, ...Jrnl. of Institute of 

Carriage Manufctrs. 247 
„ ...Motor Coach Work 255 

Oaterara Caterer 227 

Catering Worker ... 227 

I, Chief Steward ... 228 

> Food and Cookery... 237 

II Golf Club Steward 239 

,1 Hotel Review ... 242 

M Marine Caterer ... 253 

„ Master Baker and 

Caterer 253 

t< Temperance Caterer 271 



Coal 



261 
267 

84 
230 

84 
231 

87 



Commercial 



Cattle Dealers ...lAve Stock Journal 89 
,, ...Meat Trades Journal 253 

Cin'mat'gr'phy Bioscope 223 

...Cinema News ... 230 

...Express Ch-erseas Mail 236 

...Film Pilot 2,36 

... „ Renter 236 

...Irish Limelight ... 245 
...KinematographWkly. 248 
„ and Lantern 

Weekly... 248 
...Monthly Film Record 256 
...Moving Picture List 256 

...On and Off 258 

... Picture & Picturegoer 261 
„ Palace News 261 

Stories Mag. 

...Screen 

...Coal and Iron 
...Coal Merchant 
...Colliery Guardian ... 

„ Rescue 
...Iron & Coal Trd. Rev. 
...London Bill of Entry 251 
...S. Wales Coll. Off. 

Magazine 269 

...African Worid ... 219 
...Allied British Com- 
merce 220 

...Amateur Trader ... 220 
...Anglo-Norwegian Jnl. 220 
... „ Russian ... 220 
... „ Swedish Jnl. 220 
...Anti-cutting Record 221 
...B'hauiCh'mof Com Jl 223 
...Board of Trade Jrnl. 82 
...Br'dfd Ch of Trade Jl 224 
...British-Made Goods 226 
,, Manufacturer 226 
...British Trade Review 226 

...Business 227 

...Cambridge Business 

Man 227 

...Cardiff Jml. of Com. 118 
...Chamber of Com. Jl. 228 

...Clerk 2.30 

...Commerce 231 

...Commercial Cases ... 231 
„ Education 231 
„ Intr'ductiou23l 

Motor ... 231 

„ Review ... 231 

World ... 84 

...Daily Com. Report ... 232 
... „ Reg.of New Go's 232 
...Efficiency Magazine 234 
...El Commercianteand 

S. Am. Market 234 
...El Commercio His- 

pano Britt. 234 
...Empire Notes ... 235 

...Good Lines 239 

...Hull Trade Transit ... 242 

...ImpresHons 243 

...Indent Gazette ...243 
...Industrial Progress... 243 
...Inst, of Comm. Mag. 244 
...Irish Indus. Jnl. ... 245 
...Japanese Journal ... 245 
...Jl. of Com. (L'pool) 147 
...Jl.of Dom. Appliances 246 
...Leith Com. List ... 202 
...L'pool Brokers' Circ. 261 
...London Com. Record 89 
...Made in Britain ... 252 
...Manch'terChm.ofCm. 252 
...Manufacturer's Prices 

Current 2.53 

...Mercantile Guardian 263 
Test ... 253 
...Monthly Statement... 2.55 
...Mutua Confidentia... 266 
...Neptune (Belgian) 267 

£ 



62 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



Commercial 



Co-operation 



PAGE 

...0 Espelho 258 

...Onthe Road ... 258 

..Oiganieer 259 

..Production 263 

...Produce Markets Eev'w 91 

..Public Ledger ... 80 

„ Evening Rfport 263 

".'.Retailer 265 

...Sales Promotion ... 266 

...SchemeB 266 

...Scottisli Bus. Jnl. ... 267 

...Secretary 268 

...Shop Asastant ... 268 

...Small Trader 268 

...Statist 93 

...Status Gazette ... 270 
...Stubbs' Gazette ... 270 
...Swedisli Journal ... 271 

...Syrtem 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 231 
...Co-operative News... 151 
...Intern. Co-op. Bull. 244 

...Producer 263 

...Prosperity 263 

...Russian Co-operator 266 
...Scottish Co-operator 267 
...Wheatsheaf 275 



Co-FartneraUp. 

If 
Com Trad* 



Cycle Trade 
f ■ ..• 

Salrjiug 
** 

»» ••• 
II ••• 

Decorators 
II ... 
II ••• 
II ••• 
fi •"• 

Drapem ... 



Syera 

dMirlcity 



.Co-Partnership ... 232 
.Co-Partnership Jnl. 232 

...Broomhall's Com 

Trade News ... 226 
... London ComCircular 251 

„ Grain Rep.... 251 

...Miller 90 

...Millers' Gazette ... 254 

...Milling 254 

...Bicycling News ... 223 
...Motor & Cycle Trader 255 
...Creamery Manager 232 

...Dairy 232 

World 232 

...Dairyman 232 

...Art Decorator ... 221 

...Decorator 283 

„ Magazine 233 
...Fine Arts Trade Jnl. 237 
...Journal of Dec. Art 246 

...Credit Draper ... 232 

...Draper jjg 

. . . Drapers' Organ i ser 233 
...Drapers* Record ... 85 
...Drapery Gazette ... 233 
...Irish Diaper ... 244 

...Lady's Wear Trade 

Jnl 249 

...Linen Trade Circ. ... 250 

-Dyer 234 

...Journal of Dyers ... 248 

...Beama 223 

...British Westinghouee 

Gazette 226 

...Electric Journal ...286 
...Electrical Contractor236 
...Electrical Field ... 235 

Industries 235 

„ Plant ... 2S6 

» Review... 86 

,1 Timea ... 85 

.•• ,1 TradeaJnI.236 

...Electrician jj5 

...Electricity 236 

...Electrics ... .... 235 

...Electric Vehicle ... 235 
...Illuminating Engnr. 243 
...Journal of Institute 247 
...Junior Mechanics 

and Electricity ... 248 
...Lighting Journal ... 260 



Electricity 



Engineerinf 



PAOE 

..Model Eng. & Elec. 286 
..P.O. Elec.Engineers' 

Journal 262 

..Science Abstracts ... 267 
..Tramway and Rail- 
way Worid ... 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.ofEnRr'g 225 
...Brit. Machinery Gaz. 226 
...Cassier's Monthly ... 227 
...Cheap Steam ... 228 
...Chem. Engineering 228 
„ Jnl. k Eng. 228 
...Civil Engineering ... 230 
...Concrete and Con- 
struct. Eng. ... 231 
...Contractor's Rec. 

and Mun. Eng. ... 231 
...Domestic Engineering 233 
...Eastern Engineering 234 

...Engineer 85 

...Engineers'Advertiser 

(Glasgow) 235 

...Engineering ... 85 

„ Abstracts 236 
„ Diary ... 235 

Gazette... 235 

,, Review 235 

...English Mechanic... 85 
...Ghis 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 

...Jnl. of Marine En- 
gineers' Associatn. 247 
... ,, of Mec. Enginrs. 247 

of Mun. Enginrs. 247 

... „ San. Eng. ... 247 
...Jnl. of Marine Eng. 247 
...Jnl. of Soc.of Engrs. 245 
...Junior Inst.Eng. Jnl. 248 
...Kahncrete Eng. ... 248 
...Machinery Market... 89 
...Managing Engineer 252 
...Marine Engineer ... 253 

„ Engineering 253 

...Mariner* Eng. Rec. 253 

...Mechanical Engineer 253 

„ World... 152 

...Mill Prac. and Eng. 

News 254 

...Mining Wld. & Eng. 

Rec 90 

...Minutes of Proo. of 

Civil. Engs. ... 2.'>4 
...Model Engineer ... 2.55 
...Municipal Eng. ... 90 
...Page's Weekly ... 269 
...P.O. Elec. Eng. Jnl. 262 
...Power Specialist ... 262 

,, User 262 

...Practical Engineer 262 
...Printers' Engineer 262 
...Proc. Inet. Mun. 

Eng 262 

...Public Works ... 263 
...Railway Engineer... 264 
...Railway&Loc. Eng. 264 
...Science Abstract* ... 267 
...Science and Mining 267 
...South African Eng. 269 

...Steamship 270 

...Surveyor 93 

...Times Eng. Supp. 272 

...Tools 272 

...Trans.Inst.Min.Engu. 272 
...University L'pool 

Bug. Jnl 273 



En^neering' 
Estatea ... 



PAGE 

...Water Engineering 274 

...Estates Magazine ... 
...Estates' Gazette ... 
...Factors's Magazine 
...Heron's Estate Mart 241 
...Jnl. Soc. Estate 

Clerks of Works 248 
...Jnl. of Land Agents 

Soc. 
... Land Agenti' Record 
...Land Union Jnl. 
...Property Owners' Jnl. 
...Scottish Register 

Smallholder 267 

...Smallholder... ... J68 

Gazette 268 



235 

85 

236 



247 

88 

249 

.263 

267 



Ezchan^^e &i Sale Art Prices Current 

„ Auction Sale Prices 

„ Bazaar 

„ Book Auction Recrds 

„ ... • ...Bric-a-Brac 

„ British Machinery 

Gazette 

„ Philips Machine Reg. 

„ Printers' Sales and 

Wants 

„ Sotheran's Prices 

Curr 

Explosives ...Arms & Explosives 

Exports Brit. & S.A. Ex. Gax. 

„ „ Export Gaz.... 

„ , made Goods 

„ „ Trade Jnl. ... 

„ „ „ Review 

„ Export World 

„ Indent Gazette 

„ Intern. Customs Jnl. 

„ Kelly'sTrade Review 

„ L'pool Bill of Entry 

„ Manufacturers' Post 

„ , Hardware Cir. 

„ Prices Current 

„ Motor Export Trader 

., Produce Markts.Rev. 

„ South America 

„ Status Gazette 

„ Trade & Navigation 

„ Trade Openings ... 

Fanciers Feathered World ... 

„ Fur and Feather ... 

„ Homing Pigeon 

„ Live Stock Journal... 

I, Pigeons 

„ Racing Pigeon 



Financial... 



221 
222 

82 
224 
225 

226 
260 

262 

269 
221 

22.5 
22,-) 
226 
^26 
226 
:;36 
243 
244 
248 
250 
253 
226 
253 
256 
91 
269 
270 
272 
272 

86 
238 
242 

89 
261 
264 

...Bankers' Magazine 222 
...B'ham Stock Ex. List 223 
...Bondholders'Register224 
...British Railway Divi- 
dends 226 

...Capitalist 83 

...Citizen 84 

...City John Bull ... 84 

... „ Oracle 230 

... „ Review 8t 

...Commerce 231 

...Coventrjr Share List 2>2 

...Economist 85 

...Ediu. Share List ... 234 
...Electrical Industries 

and Investments 235 

...Empire 235 

...Eiitt'rprise 86 

...Finance 88 

„ Union ... 2.'e 
...Financial Chronicle 2:4! 

Critio ... 25.6 

Mail ... 2te 

„ Newg ... 7$ 

„ Observer... 2;M 

...Financial Opinion ... 2;i( 

Outlook ... H« 

Review of 

Reviews 2-3 
„ Review 
„ Standard 
„ Times ... 7 

Truth 

World 

...Financier 
...Fortnightly Fin.Rev. 23 



'I 



INDEX TO LEADING BRITISH CLASS PAPERS AND PERIODICALS 



Financial.. 



PAGE 

...Glasgow Stock niul 

Share List 239 
...Tn8urance and 

Finance Chronicle 87 
...Investment Reg, ... 244 
...Investors' Guardian 87 
„ Manual... 244 

„ Review ... 87 

...Irish Inv. Guardian 245 
...Johnfou's S. E, Rept. 245 
...Joint Stock Co.'s Jul. 88 
...Kemp's Merc. Gaz. 248 
...L'pool Brokers' Circ. '251 



Stock List ... 251 
...London Leader ... 252 

... Market Mail 263 

...Money 90 

...Monev Mkt. Review 90 
...Monthly Mng. Hdbk. 255 
...Plymouth Share List 261 
...Rubber Co.'s Positn. 266 
... „ World ... 92 
...Scottish Critic ... 267 

...Searchlight 267 

...Shareholder's Rev. 268 
...S.Wales In. Circ. ... 269 
...Share Market Review 268 



..Statist 
...Stockbroker 
...Stock Exchange ... 
„ D. List 



93 
270 

93 
270 

93 
270 
270 



„ „ Gazette 

... „ „ Report 

... „ „ Rev. .. 

... „ „ Sup. List 270 

„ W.Intel. 270 

„ k Shareholder 270 
...Stubbs' Gazette ... 270 
...Times Prospectuses 272 
„ Results of Co.'s 272 
...Trade and Finance 272 
...Universal Quarterly 273 

Sfck Rep't 273 

...War Savings ... 274 

...Weekly Report ... 275 
...West African Gazette 276 
...British Fire Preven- 
tion Red Books... 237 
...British Journals ... 237 
...Extincteur Bulletin 236 

...Fire 237 

...Fireman 237 

...First Aid 237 

...Fish Trades Gazette 86 
,, ...Fishing News ... 191 

,, ...Fraserburgh Herring 

Circular 237 

PlBxftJuteTradeDundeePrice8Current234 
,, Irish Sc. Scotch Jute 

Journal 244 

...Journal of Forestry 246 

...Timber 93 

Trades J nl. 93 

„ News 271 

...Trans. Scot. Arb. ... 272 
...Fruit, Flower and 

Vegetable 86 
...Fruit Grower ... 86 
...Cabinet Maker ... 83 
...Furniture Record ... 238 

...Fur World 238 

...Gamekeeper 238 

...Gamekeeper8'Gazette238 
...Free Gardeners' Jnl. 237 

...Garden 86 

...Garden Life ... 238 

...Garden Work for 
Amateurs ... 2.S8 

...Gardener 2.S8 

...Gardeners' Chronicle 86 

...Gardening 86 

. . . Horticultural Trade 

Journal 242 

...Irish Gardening ... 245 
...Journal of British 
Gardeners' Assoc. 246 

Royal Hort. Soc. 247 

...National United 
Order Free Gar- 
diners' Journal ... 256 
...ITurgeryman and 

Seedsman 268 



Tire 



Fish Trade 



Forestry 



Fruit Trade 



Fnmishing 

Fur Trade 
Oomekeepers 

Gardeninif 



_ , , PAOB 

Qardeningr ...Orchid Review ... 259 

.. World ... 269 

>i ...Rural World ... 2<;6 

>i ...Women's F.&Garden 276 

tSe4 alto und»r IIobbiM) 

Oa« Acctvlene Lighting 219 

■» Gas Engineers' Mag. 2.S8 

'• » Light, etc. ... 238 

•1 I, Lighting Jrnl. 86 

f> „ and Oil Power 238 

•I Progress ... 238 

.. , World 8d 

Illumin'tingEngin'r 243 

Ol'BS, China Tr'deGI'ss& ChinaTr'der 239 

I. Pottery Gazette ... 262 

GreengTocern ...Fruit Grower ... 86 

„ ...Fruit & Flower Jrnl. 86 

Chrooers Grocer 87 

1. Grocers' Assistant ... 240 

II „ Gazette ... 87 

M „ Journal ... 87 

ti , Record ... 240 

It „ Review ... 240 

>t Grocery 240 

>• — . ...Irish Grocer 245 

.. Irish Grocery World 245 

11 Proc. Inst, of Grocers 262 

n Produce Mkts' Rev. 91 

.. Scottish Trader ... 267 

>i Sugar Users' Jnl. ... 270 

Chin Trades ...Arms k. Explosives 221 

>i Sporting Goods Rev. 269 

Hairdressers ...Hairdressers' Chron. 240 

II ••• ,, Journal 87 

II ...Hairdressing ... 240 

Hardware ...Hardware Journal... 241 

II ...Hardwareman ... 241 

II ...Implement Review ... 243 

II ...Irish Ironmonger ... 245 

II ...Ironmonger 88 

II ...Ironmongers' W'kly 245 

Hatters British Hatter ... 226 

II Hatters' Gazette ... 241 

Hire Trading ...Hire Traders' Record 241 
„ ...Hire Trade Review 242 

Horology Horological Journal 242 

Hosiery Trade Journal ... 242 

II Men's Wear 90 

Ice Trades ...Cold Storage Review 230 

„ ...Ice and Cold Storage 243 

Insurance ...Agents' Journal ... 219 

II ...Assur. Agents' Chron. 221 

i> ••• „ Review ... 221 

„ ...Assure 221 

■ I . .Bankers 4 Ins. Mag. 222 

II •..Bourne'8ln8ur.Guide8224 

II ...Business 227 

•I ...Commercial World... 84 

., ...Enterprise 85 

„ ...Financial Chronicle 236 

II — 11 Critic ... 236 

II ... 11 &Ins.Rev. 236 

„ ...Insurance 244 

• I ...Insurance and 

...Fmance Chronicle ... 87 

II Advocate... 244 

If ." I, Agent ... 244 

II I, News 244 

II ••• „ Banking Rev. 244 

If — ., Finan. Gaz. ... 244 

If ... II Freeman ... 244 

II Gem 244 

II ". „ Index 244 

II ••• I, Journal ... 244 

•I — ., Map;azine ... 24i 

•I ." I, Mail 244 

II — „ Man 244 

II ... „ News 244 

ri ••• 11 Observer ... 87 

II — 11 Opinion ... 244 

II •" „ Record ... 87 

If Spectator ... 244 

fi ... „ Truth 244 

... ., World ... 244 

» ...Journal of Corp. of 

Insur. Brokers... 246 
.1 ...Journal of Inst, of 

Actuaries ... 247 
II — „ of Statistical 

Society ... 247 



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Jewellers . 



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...London Telegraph ... 282 
...Nat. Ins. Gazette ... 256 
...Norwich Union Mag. 2S8 
...Policy Holder ... 261 

...Policy 261 

...Post Magazine ... 262 

...Review 92 

.. Scottish Critic ... 267 

...Searchlight 267 

...Trans, of Ins. 800. 

of Glasgow ... 272 

...Coal and Iron ... 84 
...Colliery Guardian ... 84 
...Compara. Price List 231 
...Engr. & Iron Trades 

Advertiser 235 

...Foundrv Trade Jrnl. 237 
...Iron Trade Review 87 
... ,, Trade Journal 88 
...Jrnl. of Inst, of Metals 247 

Iron & Steel 

Institute 247 
...Metal Bulletin ... 254 
... „ Industry ... 254 
...Page's Weekly ... 259 
...Proc. of Int. Ass. for 

Test Materials 262 
...Tools 272 



...British Jeweller ... 226 
...Jewlr. & Metalwrkr. 245 
...Jewellers' Journal... 245 
...Let us Tnlk Shop ... 2.50 
...Trade Advertiser ... 245 
...Watchmaker 274 

Land Agents ...Estates Gazette ... 85 
II ...Estate Magazine ... 23.5 

II ...Jml. Land Ag'nts' Soc. 247 

If ...Land Agents' Record 88 

II ...Land Union Journal 249 

II ...Land Values 249 

Laundry Laundry Journal ... 249 

II , News ... 249 

II , Record ... 249 

Power Laundry ...262 

LeatherTrades... Leather Goods ... 250 
II ... ,1 World ... 250 

II ••• I, Trades Review 89 

• I ...Saddlery & Harness 266 

„ ...Scottish Shoe Trader 267 

,, ...Shoe & Leather News 92 

II — ,1 Recrd. 92 

■I ...Shoe Trades Journal 92 

II ...ShoeMan'f'rs'M'nthly268 

liicensedVicts... Gazette 89 

„ ...Licensing Worjd ... 89 

„ ...License Holder ... 250 

,1 ...Lie. Trade News. ... 250 

II ...Morning Advertiser 79 

„ ...National Guardian... 198 

„ ...What'3Doing(B'ham) 109 

Machinery ...American Machinist 81 

II ...BritishMach. Gaz.... 226 

II ...Implement Review 243 

,1 ...Machinery 262 

•I ...Machinery Market... 89 

•I ...Mechanical World ... 152 

II ...Phillips' Register ... 260 

Mechanics ...Amateur Mechanic 220 

English Mechanic... 85 

I, Junior Mechanics ... 248 

II Mechanical Engineer 253 

I „ World... 152 

Millers Miller 90 

II Millers' Gazette ... 264 

Milling 254 

Min.WtorTrade Brit.& Col.Trade Jnl 225 
„ ...Review 264 

Mining B'ham. Eng. and 

Mining Journal... 223 

„ Colliery Rescue ... 231 

„ Minerl. Magazine ... 254 

II Mining Journal ... 90 

II Magazine ... 254 

„ „ News ... 90 

„ World ... 90 

„ M'thly M n'g H'db'k 256 

,, Phtenix 261 

„ Scienceand Mining... 267 

„ Tran. of inst. of 

Mining Eng. ... 273 

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271 

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Motor Twtdo ...Antomobile and Car 
Builders' Jml. .. 

Engineer.. 

" ...Cooper's Vehicle Jnl 

", ...Electric Vehicle .. 

„ ...Garage .-. ••• 

„ ...Motor Coachwork ... 

...Motor Cycle* Cycle 
Trader ... , - 
... „ Export Trader 
,, ... „ Trader 

„ ...Owner-Driver 

Mnslo Tradei ...Music TradesReview 256 
...Musical Opinion and 
Trade Review ... 
„ ...Phono Record 

„ ...Piano Maker 

„ ...Soundwave 

„ ...Talking Mach.NewB. 

Kewaaffenta andAldine Newsagents' 
JBoAselloM ... Journal ... • 
„ ...B'kAuct'nRecrdB. 

„ ...Book Monthly 

„ ...Bookseller ... 

...Book Prices Current 224 
„ ...BulletinlJew Books 226 

...Clique 230 

' ...Current Literature... 232 

„ ...Fovle'sBooksWanted 237 

„ ...Natl. Newsagent ... 266 

„ ...Newsagent 91 

" ...NewsTrade Circular 257 

„ ...Notes on Books ... 25S 

„ ...Publishers' Circular 91 

„ ...Sotheran's Price 

Current 269 

„ ...Yorks. Newsagent 277 

nurserymen and Horticultural Trade 

Seedsmen ... „ Journal 242 

„ ...Nurseryman ... 258 

...Orchid Review ... 259 

World ... 259 

Oil ft Color TradeChemical Trade Jml. 228 
„ ...George Broomhall's 

Oilseed News ... 238 
„ ...Oil & Color Journal 91 

Optician! ...Optician 258 

„ ...Watchmaker ti Opt. 274 

Outfitters ...Footwear 237 

„ ...Hatters' Gazette ... 241 

„ ...Men's Wear ... 90 

„ ...Minister's Gazette... 2bi 

„ ...Outfitter 259 

Paper Trades ...British Empire Jml. 225 
„ ...Paper Box Journal 259 

„ ... „ Maker 

„ ... ,, Makers' Jml. 

„ ... „ Making 

„ ...Review 

„ ...Wood Pulp Maker .. 

Patents Illustrated Journal.. 

„ Inventor 

„ Patents 

„ Trade Marks Journal 272 

Pawnbrokers ...Jewellers' Journal... 245 

„ ...Gazette 260 

Petrolenm ...Gas and Oil Power 288 

„ Daily Oil Bulletin ... 232 

,t George Broomhall's 

Oilseed News ... 238 
(, Jrnl. of Inst. Petro- 
leum Technologists 2<7 

)i Mineralogical Mag. 254 

,1 Oil News 

I Petroleum Review... 

„ World ... 

Brit. Jnl. of Photo- 

graphv 

11 ...Opt. & 'Photo Trade 

Journal 
i> ...Photographic Dealer 2(il 

» -.Photography k Focus 261 

Flunbers Domeetio Engin 'ring 233 

•I Plumber ... ... 261 

Plumbing Tr'deJ'nl. 261 

J'nl.of Uc'rative Art 246 

Cotters Brick and Pottery 

"Trade Journal ... 225 

n British Clayworker 225 

i> Pottery Gazette ... 262 



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259 
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276 
243 
244 
260 



Photographlo 



rade.. 



91 
91 
260 

82 

268 



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Printing and Brit. & Col. Printer 82 
PnblisMngr... British EmpireJrnl. 226 

„ British Printer ... 226 

Caxton Magazine ... 228 

" Circulation Manager 230 

" Electrotypes ... 235 

Irish Printer ... 245 

" Linotype Notes ...260 

\\ 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 

„ ScottishTypographcl 267 

„ Stationer 271 

„ Typographical Circ. 273 

Railways British Railway Divi- 
dends 226 

Electric Rly.& Tram 

Journal 235 

, Freighters Journal... 237 

„ Indian Railway Gaz. 243 

, Jnl.ofPerm.WayIn8t.245 

„ Loco. Journal ... 251 

„ „ Magazine ... 251 

„ On the Line 268 

,, Model Railways ... 'A55 

„ Railway Clerk ... 264 

„ , Contractor 92 

„ Engineer ... 264 

„ , Gazette ... 92 

, , & Loco.Bng. 264 

„ ,, Magazine... 264 

News ... 92 

„ , Review ... 92 

„ & Shipp.Jnl. 264 

, Signal ... 264 

„ „ Supplies Jnl. 264 

,, , and Travel 264 

8. African, R. Mag. 269 

„ Tramway and Rly. 

World 272 

World's Carriers ... 277 

Rubber Trades... Rubber World ... 92 
„ ...IndiaRubber Journal 243 

„ ...Rubber Companies 

Position 266 

„ ...World's Rubber Posi- 
tion 277 

Sanitation ...Inst.of San.Engs.Jnl. 247 

„ Jouml. of San. Inst. 247 

„ Mun.Rec.fc Sanitary 

Record 90 

„ Sanitary Journal ... 267 

„ Surveying and Hous- 
ing World 271 

Sblppin; Aspmall's Maritime 

iLaw Reports ... 221 

„ Avonmouth Mail ... 115 

„ Bristol Sailing List.. 226 

„ Clyde Bill of Entry 230 

, Coal Mer. & Shipper 23U 

„ Cook's Ocean Sailing 

List 231 

Daily Freight Reg.... 232 

„ Dublin Bill of Entry 234 

„ East End News anil 

Shipping 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 

,, Jrnl. of Marine En- 
gineers Assoc. ... 274 
, Kellock's List ... 248 



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Shipping ... ...Kemp's Mercantile 

Gazette 24S 

,, Kent Mercantile 

Gazette 248 

„ Leith Com. List ... 202 

, Liverpl. Cus. Bill of 

Entry 251 

,, LiverpoolJnl.ofCom 147 

, Lloyd^s Index ... 89 

„ Lloyd's List 79 

„ London and General 

Ft. Market Report 251 

„ London Customs 

Bills of Entry .. 

„ Marine Caterer 

„ Engineer .. 

„ „ Magazine ,. 

„ Mariner 

„ Mercantile Guardian 253 

„ „ Reporter... 253 

„ Test ... 253 

„ Merchant Service 

Review 253 

„ Motor Ship 2.''>6 

„ Nautical Magazine... 267 

„ Port of Manchester 

Sailing List ... 262 

„ Rly. & Ship.Contractor92 

„ „ „ Journal... 264 

„ Shields Gazette 

,, Shipbuilder ... 

„ Shipbuilding... 

„ Shipowner ... 

„ Shipping List 

„ „ Worid . 

„ Steamship ... 

„ Swansea Register . 

,, Syren and Shipping 93 

Tees Shipping List 271 

Trade & Navigation 272 

„ Ward'sShipping Jul. 274 

„ Wkly. List of Cotton 

Ships 274 

„ Weekly Register ... 275 

„ World's Carriers ... 277 

Situations ...Employment Gazette 23S 

„ Imperial Register ... 243 

„ Labour News ... 88 

„ Women's Emplymnt 276 

, Farm&Gardn. 276 

Slate Trades ...Quarry 263 

„ ...Slate Trade Gazette 268 

Sporting Goods Arms and Explosives 221 

„ Sporting Goods Rev. 269 

„ Sports Trader ... 2119 

„ „ Trade Journal 269 

„ Toy World & Sports 

Rec 272 

Stationers ...Brit. & Col. Printer 82 

„ Brit. Empire Journal 225 

„ Caxton Magazine ... 228 

„ Nat. Newsagent ... 2.i6 

,, News Trade Circular i57 

„ Stationer 270 

, TradeJrnl.27C 

, Worid ... 27C 

Stonemasons ...Quarry 26S 

„ ...Journal of Operative 

Stonemasons ... 247 
,, ...Settniaker's Journal 26i 

,, ...Stone Trades'Journal 27( 



172 
268 
268 
268 
92 
92 
270 
177 



Sugar Trade 



Tailors 



24i 
27(' 
23ft 
23f| 



...International Sugar 

Journal 
...Sugar Users' Jrnl. . 

...Gents' Tailor... 

., Fashions 
...Jul. of Amal. Society 241 
...Ladies' Cutter ... 241 
... „ Pall Mall Fashs. 24: 
...Ladies' Tailor ... 24';| 
...Le Tailleur de Paris 26i 
...London Art Fashions 25 



..London Tailor 
...Men's Wear ... 
...Minister's Gazette . 
...Outfitter 
. . . Report of Fashion . 
...Sartorial Gazette . 
...Styles of London . 
...Tailor and Cutter . 
...West End Gazette . 



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PAQG 

Telenaphy ...El Msroonii^rama 

(Spanish) 234 
„ ...O Marconii^rama 

(Portuguese) 268 

„ ...Postal and Tel. Rec. 262 

„ ...Tel. and Telep. Jul. 271 

„ ...Wireless Mail ... 276 

... „ World ... 276 

...Zodiac 278 

Textile Maun&o.Cotton Fac'ry Times 104 

„ Qaiette ... 2,S2 

„ ... „ Review ... 232 

„ ...Drapery Trades Qaz. 23H 

„ ...Dyer 234 

„ ...Gorst's Cotton Cir. 239 

„ ...Irish Draper ... 244 

„ ...Irish Linen k Jute 

Journal 244 

„ ...Jml. of Leeds Univ. 

Textile Assn. ... 24fi 
„ ...Linen Trade Circular 2.W 
„ ...Mill Practice ... 254 

„ ...Oldhnm Sp'u'rs' Bpt. 258 
„ ...Textile Inst. Jrl. ... 271 
„ ... „ Manufacturer 271 
„ ... „ Mercury ... 1.52 
, „ Recorder ... 271 



hocunntanta 
utd Actuaries 



LdTertisinir 



jrohitectnre 



Hi 

Mrt 
'01 „ 

n,. 



..Accountant... ... 81 

..Accountants' Journal 219 

„ Magazine 219 

„ Manual 219 

„ Notes ... 219 

...AssociatedAccts.Jnl. 221 

...Certified Acc'ntants 

Journal 228 

...Incorporated Jml... 24.S 
...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 World... 219 

...Consultant 231 

...Impressions ... 243 

...Organiser 259 

...SeUing& Advertis'g 268 
...System 271 

...Architect 82 

,,& Builder's Jnl. 82 
...Architectural Jrnl... 221 
„ Assoc. Jrnl. 221 
„ „ SketohBk. 221 
,, Review ... 221 
...British Architect ... 22-5 

...Builder 83 

...Building News ... 83 
World ... 83 
...Garden Cities ... 238 
...Irish Builder ... 244 

...Jrnl. of Royal Inst. 

British Architects 247 
,..Jml. of Soo. of Arch. 248 
...London Builder, 

Architect 251 

...Prof. Notes of Sur- 
veyors' Inst. ... 263 

..Surveyor 93 

..Surveying 271 

..Town Plauning Rev. 272 
..Trans, of Surveyor's 
Inst 272 

..American Art News 220 
..Art Decorator ... 221 
.. „ Prices Current 221 
.. „ Teachers' Guild 

Record 221 
.. „ Workers' Qrtly. 221 
..Burlington Mag. ... 227 

..Colour ... ... 231 

...Connoisseur ... 231 

..Drawing 234 

..Fine Art Trade Jrl. 2:^7 

...Form 237 

..Jrl. Decorative Art 246 
..Jrl. of Imperial Arts 

League ... 247 

.Indian Art ... 246 

■■ „ Roman Studies 246 



PAOK 

Textile ICaniifiw.WeeklT List of Cotton 

Ships 274 

I, „ Reo. of Textile 

Associntions 27S 
„ ...WceklyWoolOhr't... 278 

„ ...Wool Record ... 113 

„ ...Woollen Trades Qaz. 276 



Timber Trade . 


..Timber 93 


If 


• 


1, Trades Joum. 93 
.. „ News 271 




See also Forestry. 


Tobacco Trade 


..CiKiir&Tob'co World 230 


(1 




..Coliinial Quarterly... 272 






..Irish Tobacco Jmal. 246 


1, 




..Trade Review ... 272 


»i 




..Tobacco 272 


Toy & P'cy 


O'ds 


..British Toy-maker 226 






..Fancy Goods Rec'rd 236 


i> 




, Review 236 


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..Games and Toys ... 238 


fi 




.Leather Goods ... 250 


»i 




..Novelty News ... 268 


f* 




..Sports Trades Jrnal. 269 


n 




.Stationer and Fancy 
Trades Reg. ... 270 


It 




..Toy k ¥. Gds.Trader 272 



Anctioneers 



Banking^ 



Chemistry 



(2) PROFESSIONAL. 

Art Jrl. of Royal Society 88 

„ „ „ Society of Art 

Masters 247 

...Kokka (Japanese) ... 248 
...New. Eng. Art Cat. 2.')7 
...Manchester Qu'rt'rly 253 
...School Arts Mag. ... 267 

...Studio 270 

...Sufi 270 

...Auction Sale Prices 222 
...Estates Gazette ... 85 
...I^nd Agents' Record 88 
...Bank Clerks'Review 222 

...Biink Notes 222 

...Bankers' Magazine ... 222 
... „ Institute Mag, 222 
„ Journal ... 222 

...Finance Union ... 236 
...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. Bngineering 228 
... „ News ... 83 

... „ Trade Jrnl... 228 
...Chemist *: Druggist 83 
...JnL of Alchemical 

Society 245 

...Journal of Chemical 

Technology ... 246 
...Jml of Chem.Soc... 246 
...Jml. of the Society of 
Chemical Industry 218 

...Optician 258 

.. Perfumery Record... 260 
...Proc. of Ingt. Chem. 262 
...Pharmaceutical Jrnl. 91 
...Trans, of Faraday 

Soc 272 

...Ball Room 222 

...Dance Journal ... 2.33 
...Dane. Encyolopsedia 233 
... „ Times ... 233 
...British Dental Jrnl. 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 
...Nati(mal Dental Hos- 
pital Gaiette 256 
...British Homoeopathic 

Journal 226 

...Homoeopathic World 242 

...Author 222 

...British Am. J'm'l'st 226 

...Cat 227 

...Institute Journal ... 244 
...Irish Journalist ... 245 
...Woman Journalist 276 



Dancing 



Dentistry 



Homoeopathy 



JonrnaJism 



PAUB 

Toy fc P'cy O'ds. ..Tot Shop and Fancy 

Goods Journal ... 273 

...Toy World '272 

Transport Commercial Motor 231 

Freighters' Jml. .. 237 

,, Ring's Higriway ... 248 

„ Motor Traction ... 256 

„ World's (Carriers ... 277 

Undertakers ...Undrrtakers'Journal 273 
Waste Material Waste Trade World 274 
Watchmakers ...Horological Journal 242 
,1 ...Jewollers' & Watch- 

makers' Advertiser 245 
„ ...Watchmaker ... 274 

Water Metroi)olitan Water 254 

Water 274 

Wine ft S. TradesBrcwcr k Wine Mer. 225 

„ ...National Guardian... 198 

„ ...Wine&SpiritGazette 94 

„ ... „ Trade Circular 276 

„ ... „ k Spirit Record 276 

... „ Trade Review ... 276 

Wood Working.. .Home Handicrafts... 242 

„ ...Machine Wood Wker 252 

„ ...Timber News ... 271 

...Wood Worker ... 276 



Itxw American Journal of 

International Law 220 

„ Aspinall's Reports... 221 

„ British Record Soc. 226 

„ Butterworth's Digest 

of Cases 227 

,, Commercial Cases ... 231 

„ Co. Court Chronicle 232 

„ Cases ... 232 

„ „ Gazette... 232 

„ Conveyancer ... 231 

„ (k>i's Legal Circular 232 

„ „ Criminal Cases 2.32 

„ „ Municjp'l Cases 232 

„ Exchange Tel. Co.'s 

Law Reports ... 236 

„ Gen.Adv'rt'r& Legal 

Record (Dublin) ... 211 

„ Index Library ... 243 

„ Indian Appealg ... 243 

„ Irish Law Times ... 211 

,, J ml. of Comparative 

Legislation ... 246 

„ Juridical Review ... 248 

„ Justice of the Peace 88 

„ Law Journal ... 88 

„ „ „ Reports 24a 

„ „ Magazine ... 249 

„ „ Notes 249 

„ Quarterly Rev. 249 

I, „ Reports ... 249 

„ R'p'rtr(Scottish)249 

„ „ Soc. Gazette ... 249 

„ Students' J'rnal 249 

I, Times 88 

„ „ ,, Reports 249 

„ Legal Circular ... 260 

„ „ Diary (Irish) 260 

„ Magisterial Cases ... 262 

,, Penal Reform League 

Quarterly 260 

,, Perry's Legal Record 260 

„ , Weekly Gaz. 260 

I, Scots Law Times ... 196 

,, Scottish App'lRepts. 267 

„ , Law Courts 

Record 267 

,1 „ LawReports 267 

„ f, „ Review 267 

„ Solicitors' Gazette... 269 

„ „ Journal... 92 

„ Times Law Reports 272 

„ ,, Com'cial Cases 271 

Weekly Notes ... 94 

Uedical Annals of Surgery ... 221 

„ „ ofTrop.Med. 221 

„ Arch 'Vs of Radiology 221 

,, BinninghamMed.Rev.223 

„ Brain 225 

„ Bristol Med. Journal 226 

,, British Homoeo- 

pathic Jnl. 326 

„ Jnl. of Children's 

Diseases ... 226 
„ Jnl, ol Derma- 
tology 236 



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Medical 



Antiquities 



Anti-Slavery 
Anti-Tobacco 

Arehteology 



Ajtronomy 



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...British Journal of 

Inebriety ... 226 

... „ Jnl. of Surgery 226 

J'l.ofTub'rcMo8is226 

... „ Medical Journal 82 

...Caledonian Journal 227 

...Clinical Excerpts ... 230 

„ Journal ... 230 

...Doctor 233 

...Dub.Jml.ofMed.Sci 234 
,..EdinburghMed.Jml. 234 
„ Miss. Paper 234 
...Family Doctor ... 236 
...Glasgow Med. Jml. 239 

...Health 241 

...Heart 241 

..Herb Doctor 241 

...Homceopathic World 242 

..Hospital 87 

... „ Gazette ... 242 

.. ,, Superint'nd't 242 
..Index Medicus ... 243 
...Journal of Anatomy 246 
..Journal of Cancer ... 246 
... „ Clin.EeBearch 246 
... „ „ Comp'rative 

Pathology 246 
,.. „ „ Genetics... 246 
•• .. I. Hygiene... 246 
•• ., „ Larynge- 

ology ... 246 
.. „ „ Mental 

Science... 246 
.. „ „ Obstetrics 246 
.. „ „ Pathology 246 
.. „ „ Physiolgy. 246 
.. „ ,,EontgenSoc. 247 
.. „ „ Royal Inst. 

Pub. Health 246 
B.N. Med. 

Service... 247 



Medical 



PAGE 

...Jour'l of Soc. of Pre- 
vention of 
Cancer ... 248 
... „ „ State Med- 
icine ... 246 
... „ „ Trpcl. Med. 248 
...Laboratory Journal 249 

...Lancet 88 

...Laryngoscope ... 249 
...Livl.Medico Journal 261 
...Manchester Med. 

Students Gazette... 253 

...Medical Chronicle ... 2.53 

„ Magazine... 263 

Missions ... 263 

... „ Officer ... 89 
... „ Press &Circ. 90 
... „ Review ... 253 
... „ Tem.Beview 253 
... „ Times ... 2.53 
... ,, World ... 2.53 
...Midland Journal ... 254 
..Modern Medicine ... 255 
,..N. of Eng. Clin. Jnl. 268 

...Parisitology 260 

...Polyclinic ... ... 261 

...Practitioner 262 

...Prescriber 262 

... Proc. Eoyal 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 



, PAOB 

Medical Trans, of Acad, of 

Med. in Ireland ... 272 

>, Trans, of Soc. of 

Trop. Med. ... 272 

» Tropical Diseases 

Bull 273 

t, Universal Medical 

Rec 273 

II VaccinationEnquirer 273 

It West London Med. 

Journal 275 

Nursing Brit. JnL of Nursing 226 

II First Aid 237 

■I Hospital js7 

II Joumnl of Obstetrics 246 

I 11 of Inc. Soc. 

Masseuses... ... 247 

■I League News ... 260 

II Nurses' Journal ... 258 

II „ NearandFar 2.58 

)• Nursing Mirror ... 91 

II Nursing Notes ... 258 

II NursingTimes ... 91 

)i Queens' Nurses Mag. 264 

II Red Cross 264 

>i II and Amb. 

News 264 
II „ Gazette ... 266 

Ophthalmy ...Dioptric Bulletin ...233 

II ...Institute Journal ... 244 

It ...Ophthalmic Review 2.58 

II ...Ophthalmology ... 258 

II ...Optician 2.58 

.Animalia 220 

.Horseman 242 

..Jml. Comparative 

Pathology... 246 

•Trop. Vet. Bull. ... 273 

.Veterinary Journal 274 

„ News ... 274 

,1 Record 274 i 



Veterinarians 



...Byegones 227 

...Classical Quarterly 230 
,, Review ... 230 

...Clique 230 

...Connoisseur 231 

...Devon and Cornwall 

Notes and Queries 233 

...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 258 
...Anti-SIavery Rportr. 221 



(3) EDUCATIONAL, MUSIC & LITERARY. 



Authors 



Blind 



..Author 
..Fortnightly Jnl. 



222 
237 



..Beacon Light 
.Danielite Star 



. 223 
233 



...Ancient Egypt ... 220 
...Annals of Archax)logy 221 
...Archaeologia Cam- 

brensis 221 

...ArchtBOlogia Cantiana 221 
...Archaeological Jrnl. 221 
...Berks Journal ... 223 
... Brit. Archax)lgical Jnl . 226 
...Cork Society ... 247 

...Essex Archl. Society 

Trans. 235 

...Journal of Egyptian 

Archajology ... 246 
...Jnl.of Roman Studies 246 
...Proc. Soc. of Biblical 

Arcbaxilogy ... 263 

...Scottish Hist. Rev. 267 
...Wiltshire Magazine 276 

..Astrol Ladder ... 221 
..British Journal of 

Astrology 226 

...Jrl.ofBrit.AstAssn. 246 

..Modem Astrology ... 266 

...Monthly Notices ... 266 

...Observatory 26tj 



Botany 



Conchology 
Deaf and Dumb 



Drama and Stag 



...BeScon 222 

...Blind Advocate ... 224 
...Braille Lit. JnL ... 224 

„ Musical Mag. 224 
...Channelsof Blessing 228 

...Comrades 231 

...Craigmillar Harp ... 232 
...Friendly Light ... 238 
...Hampstead Braille 

Magazine ... 240 

...Hora Juctmda ... 242 

...Progress 263 

...Prose Masterpieces 263 
...Santa Lucia ... 266 

...School Magazine ... 267 
...Weekly Summary ... 275 

...Annals of Botany ... 221 
...Aimals of Bolus 

Herbarium 221 
..Botanic Garden ... 224 
..Botanical Magazine 224 
II Journal 224 

..Journal of Botany ... 246 
..Journal of Linnean 

Society 247 

..Kew Bulletin ... 248 
.New Phytologist ... 257 

.Physiologist 261 

..Joumalof 246 

..Albion Magazine ... 220 

..BritishDeafTimes... 226 

Deaf Quarterly News 233 

-Hope Magazine ... 242 

..Messenger .' 264 

..Teacher of the Deaf 271 

■e Dick's St'nd'rdPlays 233 

..Encore 236 

•Era ][\ 85 

..Hippodrome 241 

..IIIu8.Dramatio News 87 

•i?>p 243 

• Magnet (Leeds) ... 262 



Drama and StagreMask 253 

■ I On and Off 258 

■I Performer 260 

II Play Pictorial ... 261 

.1 PlaysforLittle People 261 

II Reid's London Ent. 

Guide 265 

II Referee 81 

II Sketch 92 

II Stage 93 

■I World's Fair ... 277 

Education ...A.M.A 220 

II ...Auxiliary Language 222 

II ...Bondar's Russian Jnl. 224 

II ...Book-keepers' Mag. 224 

II ...British Esperantist 2251 

II ...Child 228 1 

II ... „ Life 228 f 

•I ... „ Study ... 2281 

•I ...Class Teacher ... 230 1 

II ...Commerc'lEducation 231 

II ... ,, Inst. Staff Gaz. 231 

II ...Education 234 

•I ...EducationalH'ndw'rk234 

" ••• II News ... 234 

•I ... II Record ... 234 

>i — „ Times ... 234 

If . . . E speranto Monthly ... 235 

II ...Fran(;ais 237 

II ...Geographical T'cher 238 

II ...Head Teachers' Rev. 241 

II ...Higher Ed'c't'n Gaz. 241 

II ...Highway 241 

II ...History 242 

I ...Hugo's French Jml. 242 

II ...Indian Education ... 243 
II ...Infinito ... 243 
II ...Irish Jnl. Education 245. 
II ... „ School Weekly 24 
II ...Journal of Anatomy 24_ 
II ••• „ of Education 246i 
•• ••• „ Eng.Studies 24 
•I ...Jnl. of Experi- 
mental Pedagogy 2 

>i ...Jnl. of Philology ... 24ft! 

II ...Kindergarten ... 2 

11 -.London Teacher ... 21 



I 



INDEX TO LEADING BRITISH CLASS PAPERS AND PERIODICALS. 



67 



Education 



PAGK 

...Mnnunt TraininK •" 253 
...Mathcmatioal Gas. 2fi3 
„ Noteg 263 

...Mod. Language Rev. 266 
,. „ Teaching 266 
... Museon Orient'l Stud. 256 
...Normal Instructor 267 
...Northern Ed. Rec. 258 
...Onward and Upward 258 
...Parents' Review ... 260 
...Pedagogical Semin'y 260 

...Philomath 260 

...Physical Education 261 
...Pioneer of Simpli- 
fied Spelling 261 
...Pleb'g Magazine ... 261 
...Primary Education 262 
...Royal Technical Mag. 266 
...School Govt. Chron. 92 
... „ Guardian ... 267 

Hygiene ... 267 

„ Haj^ne ... 267 
„ Music Review 267 
... „ Nature Study 267 
„ Newspaper... 267 
... „ World ... 267 
...Schoolmaster ... 92 
...Schoolmistress ... 92 
...Scot. Class Te'icher 267 
...Secondary Schl. Jnl. 268 
...Something to Do ... 269 
..State Correspondent 270 



Health 



...Student 
...Teachers' Aid 
Guild 



270 
271 
271 
271 
271 
271 
271 
271 
271 



„ ... „ of Today... 

... „ Times .. 
„ ... „ Work 

;, ... „ World .. 

„ ...Technicaljnl. 

„ ...Times Ed. Suppl. ... 

Xatomolognr ...Bulletin of Entomo- 
logical Research 227 
„ ...Entomologist ... 23-5 

„ ...Entomologists' Mag. 235 

„ ... „ Record 235 

„ ...ReviewofApp.Entom. 266 

,, ...Transactions of En- 

tomology Society 272 
XlVeranto ...British Esperantist 226 

,, ...Esperanto Monthly 236 

Food fc Cookery... British Food Jou'nl 226 
„ ...Eustace Miles' Pro- 

Programme ... 235 

...Food 86 

...Food and Cookery 237 

...Food Facts 237 

...Food Supply Manual 237 
...Health Messenger 241 
...Healthy Life ... 241 
...Herald of Health 241 
„ of the GoldenAge 241 
...Home Cookery ... 242 

...Table 271 

...Vegetarian 273 

„ Messenger 274 
Qtntalogy ...British Archivist ... 225 

„ ...Caribbeana 227 

„ ...GenealogicalMnthly 238 

„ ...Genealogist 238 

„ ...Pedigree Register... 260 

„ MiscellaneaGenealogica 264 

Oeonaphy ...Geographical Jml. 238 
„ ... „ Teacher 238 

„ ...Jrnl. of Manchester 

Geol. Society ... 247 
„ ...Scottish Geog. Mag. 267 

Cholo^ Geological Jiagazine 238 

„ Geologi8t.s'Assn.Proc.238 

„ Manchester Geol. 

So<;. Trans. 2.^2 

,, Quarterly Journal ... 263 

Health Doctor 233 

„ Eugenics Review ... 235 

Good Health 239 

Health 241 

„ ,, Messenger ... 241 

„ „ and Strength 211 

„ „ and Vim ... 241 

„ ,, Observer ... 241 

Healthy Life ... 241 

„ Herald of Health ... 241 

„ Housing Journal ... 242 



History ... 



Librariea .. 



Iiiteratnre 



Malthusian 
MathematioB 



..Journal of Hygiene... 246 
...Jml.of Inst.of Pub. 

Health 246 
.. „ „ Physica: 

Training 246 

..Malthuiiati 262 

..National Health ... 256 
...Public Health ... 263 
..School Hygiene ... 267 
..Women's Beauty and 

Health 276 
..American Hist. Rev. 220 
..English Hist. Rev. 235 

..History 242 

...Scottish Hist. Rev. 267 
...Index Library ... 243 

...Libi-arian 25o 

...Library 25o 

...Library Assistant ... 25o 

„ Assoc. Rec. 25o 
Journal ... 25o 

„ Worid ... 260 
...AberdeenBook-lover 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 227 
...Cambridge Review... 227 
...Catholic Book Notes 228 
...Celtic Review ... 228 
...Central LiteraryMag. 228 
...Chambers Journal... 228 
...Current Literature... 232 

...Diokensian 233 

...Edinburgh Review 234 
...English Rev. ... 236 

...Erin 2.S5 

...Everyman 85 

...Form 237 

...Fortnightly Jnl. ... 237 

„ Review ... 237 
...Great Thoughts ... 240 

...Gypsj 240 

...Inquirer 244 

...Intern. Cat. of Lit. 244 
...Irish Monthly ... 245 
... „ Outlook ... 245 
... „ Book Lover ... 244 
...Jml. of Eng. Studies 246 
...Jnl.ofRyl.8oc.ofArts 88 
...Literary Guide .. 250 

World ... 250 

...Literary &Mu8.Rev. 260 
...Luzao's Book Rev. 252 

...M.A.B 252 

...ManohesterQuarterly 253 
Lit. Soc. Proc. 262 



..Nation 



90 

90 

91 

258 



...New Statesman 
... „ Witness 
...Notes on Books 
...Notes and Queries... 258 

...Periodical 260 

...Poetry Review ... 261 
...Public Opinion ... 91 
...Publishers' Circular 91 
...Quarterly Review ... 264 
...Review of Reviews 266 
...Saturday Review ... 92 
...Sewanee Review ... 268 
...Sotheran'sPrice C'mt269 

...Spectator 93 

...Studies 270 

...Sufi 270 

...Times Supplement... 93 
...T.P.S. Book Notes... 272 
...Trans, of Soo. of Lit. 272 
...Unpopular Review 273 
...Malthusian ... 252 

...Astral Ladder ... 221 
...Jnl.ofAMn.ofTe»ch'r8248 



PAOB 

Kathematioa ... MathematicalUaxett«263 
„ ...Mathematical Notes 263 

„ ... „ Questions 263 

„ ...HeaMoger of ... 264 

„ ...Proo. of London 

Math. Soc. 263 

Mental Science.. .Brain 226 

„ ...Expression 236 

„ ...Joumalof Mental Sci. 246 



Meteorolonr 



Microacopy 



Moaic 



264 
267 
281 
232 
232 



•247 
263 
219 
220 
222 
224 



Mind 
..New Thought 
..Phrenologist 
...Daily Readings 
.. ,, Weather Rep 
...Geophysical Jonmal 238 
..MonthlySum ofRpU. 266 
..Quarterly Journal ... 263 
... „ WeatherKi'ports 264 
..Syjiions' Magazine... 271 
...Weather ReporU ... 274 
...Joomal of Micrology 246 
.. „ of the Society... 247 
.. „ Quekett Club. 
..Quarterly Journal . 
...Academic Gazette . 

,, American Organ . 

„ Banjo World 

B.M.G 

,, ... Boosej'sDrum&F.Jnl. 224 

>, Braille Musical Hag. 224 

„ Brass Band Ju'l ... 226 

„ British B,and8man ... 225 

„ Cathedral Quarterly 228 

„ Cavendish Music Bks 228 

„ Challenge Journal... 228 

Choir (The)... 

i> „ Musician 

„ Choralist 

„ Clavier 

,, Craigmillar Harp 

,, Dnnedin Magazine 

.1 Era 

„ Flute Player's Jml. 237 

,, Gazette of Coll. of 

Violinists ... 238 

,, Glee Garland ... 239 

„ Haigh'sBand Jnl.... 240 

„ Inc. London Acad. 

M. Gaz 243 

„ Lafleur'sPife&D. Jl. 249 

„ Orchestral Jl. 249 

,, Lit. ic Musical Rev. 260 

„ London Mus. Courier 262 

„ Military March Jml. 264 

„ MouthlyMusicalRec. 265 

„ Music 

„ „ Student 

„ Musical Budget ... 

„ ,, Herald 

» ,. Mail 

•I ,. News 

„ „ Opinion ... 

If II Progress ... 

„ , Salvationist 

„ „ Standard ... 

„ , Times 

„ Musician's Journal . 

„ Orchestral Journal.. 

„ Organist ... ' ... 

„ Orpheus Journal ... 

„ Part Singer 

„ Pitman's Library .. 

R.C.M. Mag 

„ Rep. Soc. of Musicians 265 

„ School Music Rev. 267 

„ Soundwave 269 

„ Strad 270 

Sufi 270 

Supp. Military Jnl.... 270 

„ TalkingMaehineN'ws271 

„ 'f roubadour 273 

Violin Budget ... 274 

„ „ and String ... 274 

„ Wright & Round's 

Brass Band News 277 

„ Young Musician ... 277 

„ Youth and Muaio ... 278 

Natural HiatoryAnnals of Nat. Hist. 221 

„ Bird Notes 233 

Country Side Leaflet 2il2 

„ Children's Qrtly. ... 229 

„ Irish Naturalist ... 246 

Jonnial of Micrology H& 



229 
229 
229 
230 
232 
234 
86 



266 
266 
266 
266 
266 
266 
256 
266 
266 
90 
266 
266 
269 
259 
269 
280 
261 
264 



(58 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



PAlifc 

ITatural History h'uc'sliiie Naturalist 249 
Museum Journal ... 2S6 

Naturalist 256 

Nature Readrs' Mtly. 257 
School Nature Study 267 
Scottish Naturalist 267 
Selbome Mag. ... 268 

Fhiloiophioal ...Expression 236 

„ ...Good European ... 239 

,, ...Hibbert Journal ... 241 

„ ...Intnl. Jnl. of Ethics 244 

„ ...Magazine 261 

„ ...Manchester Lit. ti 

I'hil. 6oo. Proc. 252 

„ ...Review 260 

„ ...Mind 2o4 

„ ...Proc.Camb.Phil.Soc. 262 

„ ...Quest 264 

„ ...Transactions ... 260 

Fhonogfrapliy ...Easle 2-34 

...Gregg ShorthndM'g. 240 
,, ...High Speed in Short- 
hand 241 

„ ...T.P.S. Quarterly ... 241 

„ ...Inc. Phonographic 

Journal 24.S 

„ ...Oxford Chronicle ... 259 

„ ...Oxonian 259 

„ ...Phonog. Monthly ... 261 

>t ••. II Observer ... 261 

„ ...Pitmanite 261 

„ ...Pitman's Journal ... 261 

„ ... „ Short. "Wliy 261 

I, ...Reporters' Journal 265 

■> ... „ Magazine 265 

„ ...Script Short. Jrnl. ... 267 

„ ...Shorthand Budget ... 268 

II ... I, Exams. ... 268 

f> ... II Teacher 

Mag. 263 

Phrenologry ...Phrenologist ... 261 

FhysicalCuItoxe Good Health ...239 

„ ...Health and Strength 241 

n — „ Vim ... 241 

„ ...Jrnl. of Scientific 

Physical Training... 246 

,1 McFadden's 252 

„ ...Physical Education 2el 

„ ...Physical Society of 

London Proc. ... 261 
n Woman's Beauty 

and Health 276 

Psjchologry ...Intnl. Psychic. Gaz. 244 

11 ...Jnl. of Mental Science 246 

II ...Mind 254 

■> ...New Thought ... 257 

...Good Health ... 239 

...Health 241 

,. Messenger ... 241 
...Jul. Inst. San. Eng. 247 
...Jnl. of Sanitary Ins. 247 
...Mun. Keo. and Sani- 
tary Record ... 90 
...Sanitary Journal ... 2ti6 



Sanitary 



Sciance 



Spiritnalism 



Stag's 
Temperance 



FAUli 

...American Journal ... 2Z0 

...Analyst 220 

...Ann'Isof Ap.Biology 220 
...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 ScienceSiftings262 
...Science Abstracts ... 267 
... „ andArtof Mining 267 
... ,1 Progress ... 267 
...Scientific Roll ... 267 

...Healer 241 

...Heraldof the Cross 241 

...Light 89 

...Lyceum Banner .. 2.52 
...Modem Astrology ... 255 
...Occult Review ... 258 
...Spiritual Power ... 269 

...Sufi 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 
„ Treasurv 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 
...Everybody's M'nthly 236 
...Good T. Watchword 2S9 
,, Tidings ... 239 
..lUus. Temp, Monthly 243 
• • II II Chronicle 243 
..Intnl. Good Templar 244 
..Irish Templar ... 245 
...Juvenile Rechabite 248 
II Templar ... 248 
...London Crusader ... 251 
... „ Temp. Times 252 
..Medical Temp. Rev. 253 
..Midland T. Witness 234 
...Monthly Notes ...256 
..Nat.Temp. Quarterly 256 

...On the Line 258 

..On the March ... 258 

..Pioneer 261 

..P.O. Temp. Pioneer 262 
..Present Truth ... 262 



Temperance 



Theosophy 



Universities 



Veffetarian 



Vivisection 



Zoology 



Arbitration 
and Peace 



Africa 



America 



...Arbitrator ... 
...Concord ... ' 
...Goodwill ... [ 
...Herald of Peace . 
...Olive Leaf ... 
...Peace and Goodwill 
...War and Peace ... 



Army 



(4) 
.. 221 

.. 231 

.. 239 

.. 241 

.. 258 

280 

274 

..African Telegraph ... 219 

fi Times ... 219 

•1 1" . ,Y°'i^ - 219 
..Jnl. of Afr. Socy. ... 240 

..American Agricul'ist 220 
..American Art News 220 
..American Jnl. of 

Int. Law 220 

..American Register 81 
..Anglo-Amer. Times 220 
..Aldershot Mil. News 102 
•• .1 Off. Dir. 220 
..Army & Navy Gaz. 82 
•• II ., Chronicle 221 

■• II Orders 221 

.. „ Serv.CorpsJrnl. 221 
• •• .1 ., Qtly. 221 



POLITICAL, SOCIAL & OFFICIAL. 

Army 



..Bluejacket & Soldier 221 

...British Flag 262 

...Bugle Call 226 

...Cavalry Journal ... 228 
...Challenge Journal ... 228 

...Contingent 231 

...First Cadet Battn. 

Chronicle 237 

...Forward 237 

...Frontiersman ... 238 
...Globe and Laurel ... 239 

...Hibemia 241 

...Imperial Cadet Mag. 243 
...Indian Military R'd 243 
...Irish Military Guide 245 
...Journal R.A.M.C. ... 247 
...Jnl.ofEoyal Artillery 247 
...Journal of United 

Service Inst ... 243 

...Journal of United 

Service India ... 24S 

...Khaki 248 

...Land and Water ... 88 

..Military Mail ... 90 
Cyclist ... 254 



Army 



...Railway Signal ... 264 

...Rechabite 264 

...Scot. Good Templar 267 

Prohibitionist 267 

... ,1 Reformer ... 267 

...Sc. W's Temp. News 267 

...Son of Temperance 26 1 

...Temperance Bells ... 271 

„ Caterer... 271 

„ Leader... 271 

,1 Messeng'r 271 

II Mon. Vis. 271 

Witness 271 

...United Temp. Gaz. 273 

...Visitor 274 

...War Issue 274 

.Western Temp. Hid. 275 



276 
276 
277 
277 
278 
277 
277 



238 

239 

... 240 

. 240 

Gas. 252 

. 253 

, 259 

161 

161 

2ro 
273 



...White Ribbon 
...Wings 
...Workers' Onward 

„ Own 
...Y Tyst Dirwestol . 
...Young Abstainer , 

„ Crusader ... ., , 
...International Chron. 244 
...Theosophist 271 

„ in Scotland 271 

...Vahan 273 

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 ... 
...Glasgow Magazine., 
...Gnuita 
...Gryphon 
...Loudon Univ 

...Mermaid 

...Oxford Magazine .. 
„ Review 
„ Univ. Gar. .. 
...Student (Edinbro) 
...University Corres. _. 
... Univ.Extens'n BuUn. 273 

...Varsity 273 

...Danielite Star ...233 
...Eustace Miles' Pro- 
gramme 235 

...Herald ofGoldenAge 241 
...Vegetarian 273 

I, Messenger 274 

...Abolitionist 219 

...Animals Defender... 220 

,1 Guardian... 220 
...Jnl. of Linnean Soc. 247 
... „ Zoological Res. 248 
...Novitiates ZooIogicEB 268 
...Physiologist .. 261 

...Proc. of Zoolog. Soc. 263 
...Scottish Naturalist 267 
...Trans, of Zoolog.Soc. 272 



Journal ... 254 

,1 March Jnl. 264 
...Nation in Arms ... 256 
...Naval& M'taryR'cordl63 
... „ II Revw.267 

...O.B. C.Mag.... 
...On Guard ... 
...On the March 
...O.T.C. Mag.... 
...P'mouth N. *M. 
...Ready 
.Rifleman 



258 
253 
268 
259 
Dy 262 
261 
266 

Royal Artillery Jrnl. 265 

,, Engineers' Jrl. 266 

R.M.A. Magazine ... 265 

Salisbury Plain Mil. 

Dir 266 

Sapper 266 

Sentry 268 

Supp. Military Jnl. 270 

Temh London Cadet 

Corps Mag. ... 271 

United Service Gaz. 94 

II Mag. 273 

C5m oIw Territorialt.) 



mPEX To LEADING BRITISH CLASS PAPERS AND PKRIODICALS. 



PAOK 

Aaia Asiatic Ileriew ... 221 

„ Calcutta Review ... 227 

„ Imp. and Asiatic Qtly 21.1 

„ Jnl. of Asiatic Soc. ... 247 

„ Jul. of Central Asian 

Society 2<6 

,1 Near East 90 

Bankruptcy ... Kemp's Gazettes ... 24S 
„ ...Kent Mercantile Q<. 248 

„ ...Legal Circular ... 2&1 

„ ...Mercantile Test ... 2S3 

„ ...Perrji's Gazette ... 260 

„ ...Scottish Gazette ... 267 

„ ... Stubb.s' Gazette ... 270 

., ...United Kingdom Gaz. 2;3 

Belgian Anglo-Belginn Trade 

iteview 220 

I, Belgian Commercial 

Advertiser 22.3 

„ La Metropole ... 79 

„ L'Indepeudeuce Beige 79 

,1 Neptune 2.57 

, Stem Uit Belgie ... 93 

f. Tri))une Congolaise 94 

B'ilding S'cietiesGazette 22G 



Charities 



China 



Civil Service 



Colonies 



Conservative 
and Unionist 



Egypt 



1} 
Freemasonry 



7rencli 



Brothers & Sisters Mag. 226 

...Charity Orgniz. Rev. 228 

„ Record ... 83 

...Homeless ... ... 242 

...Night and Day ... 257 
...Our Hospitals and 

Charities 269 

...Our Waifs & Strays 259 
...Shaftesbury Mag. ... 268 
...Young Helpr's Mag. 277 
...Lamp of China ... 24a 
...London and China 

Express 89 

...London & China Tel. 89 

...Civilian 84 

...Candidate 230 

...Competitor 230 

...Educator 234 

...Gazette 230 

...Gov. Workers Advoc.239 

...Hints 230 

...Irish C. S. Review... 244 
...Jnl. of Customs and 

Exciee 246 

...Observer 230 

...Red Tape 265 

...State Correspondent 270 

...Student 230 

...Tutor 230 

...Australasian World 82 

...British Australasian 82 

„ Colonial ... 225 

„ Empire Review 225 

... „ „ Un. Record 225 

...Canada 83 

...Canadian Gazette ... 83 

News ... 83 

D. Record 227 

...Colonizer 231 

...Empire Review ... 236 

Notes ... 236 

...English Mail ... 236 

...Federal Magazine... 236 
...Home and Col. Mail 87 
...Imperial Colonist ... 243 
...South Africa ... 93 

...United Empire ... 273 

...W^est Africa 94 

...Cons'rv'tiveaub'sGz. 231 
... „ Franchise Rev. 231 
...Gleanings and Mem. 239 

...Spectator 93 

...Notes from Ireland... 258 

...Our Flag 259 

...Ancient Egypt ... 220 
...Journal of Egyptian 
Archaeology ... 246 

...Near East 90 

...Ars. Quat. Coronat. 221 

...Co-Mason 231 

...Freemason 86 

..-Freema»ons' Chion. 86 

...(Javel 23S 

...Northern Freemason 257 

...Fran^ais 237 

...La Chronique ... 88 
...La Petite Revue ... 249 
...Londres Hebdoma- 
daire 252 



69 



__, -, _ PAOK 

rx ndly Soo'tiea Assooiatec' Paper ... 221 

., ...Depositor 2.'W 

I, ...Druid's Quart'ly Jnl. 231 

„ ...Foresters' MiKoellany 237 

,. ...Free Gardeners' Jnl. 237 

...Girls'FrndlySocJnl. 23< 
t. ... ., „ Quarterly 23S 

I. ...Hearts of Oak Jrnl. 241 

., ...Home Friend ... 242 

,, ...Juvenile Recbabite ... 2tS 

.. ...Lyl Shepherd's Mag. 25J 

„ ...Nat. United Order 

Free Gardeners' 

Journal 256 

I. ...Oddfellows' Mag. ... 268 

...Our Letter 259 

II ...Pension Record ... 260 

■I ...Rational Journal ...264 

„ ... Rechabite & Tem.Mag 264 

., ...Scotch Girls' Paper 267 

,1 ...Sheffield Druids 

Friendly Soc. Jrl. 26S 
„ ...Shepherd's Magazine 268 

t> ...Son of Temperance 269 

„ ...Thrift .. ... 271 

„ ...Unity Journal ... 273 

,, ...Waterman 274 

Oreek Journal of Hellenic 

Studies 246 

Indian Calcutta Review ... 227 

■I India 243 

»i Indian Antiquary ... 243 

>• I, Church Mag. 243 

>i „ Education ... 243 

•> .. Mag.&Rev'w 243 

•I , Military Rec. 243 

>• II Rally. G'azette 243 

>i Islamic Review ...245 

» Jrnl. of Indian Art ... 246 

« „ East India Asa.246 

>i Jrnl. of U. Serv. Inst. 248 

It Zenana 278 

Irish AnClaidheamhSoluis22J 

II An Goadhal... ... 220 

II Christian Irishman... 229 

M Eriu 235 

II Gaeldom 238 

11 Hibernian Jnl. ... 241 

II Ireland's Gazette ... 214 

11 Irish Industrial Jnl. 245 

II „ Life 245 

.. „ Nation ... 245 

» II Opinion ... 211 

II Kerryman 248 

II Liberator 250 

■> New Ireland ... 211 

II Shamrock 268 

II Studies 270 

Italian LondraRoma 89 

Japanese ...JapaneseJnl.of Com. 245 

■ I ...Kokka 248 

Jewish Banner of Israel ... 222 

II Beehive for Israel ... 223 

II Covenant People ... 2u2 

I. Daily World ... 79 

II East London Fund ... 2.34 

II Hayehoody 241 

11 Jewish Chronicle ... 8S 

II Evening News 80 

II 1 Express ... 79 

II , Quarterly Rev. 245 

II II Review ... 245 

II II Times ... 79 

II II World ... 88 

II Phonograph 261 

• I Scattered Nation ... 26. 

II Trusting and Toiling 273 

Labour British Citizen ... 82 

11 ,. Workman ... 226 

II •■• Bull, of Int. Lab. Office 227 

•I Clarion 84 

II Employment Gazette 235 

II Foi-ward 237 

II ••■ ...GovermnentWorkers' 

Advocate 239 

II Herald 87 

II HuddersfleldWorker 140 

II Hull Labour Journal 242 

>i Humanity 243 

n Justice 88 

II Labour Gazette ...249 

II Leader ... 161 

II „ News ... 88 

■I I, Voice ... 24j 



_ . PAOB 

I<a,bour Labour Women ...248 

II Lnnd National ia«r ... 249 

•I Monthly Labour Jnl. 2AA 

II National Weekly ... 90 

II Pioneer (Woolwich) 98 

I (Bradford) 112 

II II (Leiceater) 146 

„ ,1 (Merthyr)... 163 

II Rhondda Leader ...179 

11 Schemes 288 

11 She/Held Gdn. ... 2'J8 

II Socialist 269 

II I, Review ... 269 

II Trade Union Worker 272 

II Weekly Citizen ... 144 

II Woman Worker ... 276 

II Women's Indus.Newg 276 

TradeUn.Rev276 

11 Workers' Friend ...277 

II World's Labour Laws 277 

■I York8hireF'cfryTmie3l28 

laberal Liberal Magazine ... 2.50 

11 Monthly ... 25J 

II Qtly. Jrnl. Women's 

Association ... 263 

II Scottish Women's 

Liberal Magazine 267 

Local Oovemmt.Board of Trade Jrnl. 82 
...County &Citv Ob. 84 
...County Mun. Rec. ... 197 
...Departmental 

Decisions 233 

...Jnl. of Inst, of Mu- 
nicipal Eng. ... 247 
...Knight's L.O. Repts. 218 
...Local Govern. Chron. »9 
••. 11 .. Journal 89 

...London Mun, Notes 252 
„ C.C. Gaz. ... 261 
...Medical Officer ... 89 
...Municipal Journal... 90 
II Officer ... 266 

,1 Reformer 256 

...PoorLawOfficers'JnI. 261 
... „ „ Diat. Coimcil 

Journal... 261 

I. &L.Gov.Mag. 261 

Ifavy .Army Sc. Navy Ohrnl. 221 

If 11 n Gaz.. . 82 

II Bluejacket 224 

II Cadet 227 

II Church Pennant ... 230 

II Fleet 237 

If Hampshire Telegraph 

and Naval Chron. 164 

•I Journal of Royal U. 

Service Inst. ... 247 

II Merchant Service 

Review ... ... 263 

If Nautical Magazine... 257 

II Naval & Mil. Record 163 

fi II I, Review 257 

ff Naval War Offi. Jrnl 257 

ff Navy 2157 

II II League Qtly, 257 

II I, List 267 

,1 0.'T.C. and Cadet ... 259 

II Portsmouth Direct'ry 262 

II United Service Gaz. 94 

.1 United Service Mag. 273 

...War Office Times ... 274 



Official 



Parliamentary 



...Board of Trade Jrnl. 82 
...Dublin Gazette ... 211 
...Edinburgh Gazette... 196 
...Gazette de Guernsey 217 
...Illus. Journal Patents 243 
..Journal of Dept. of 

Agriculture (Irish) 246 
..Journal of Board of 

Agriculture 246 

..London Gazette ... Hi 
II II Sup- 
plements 2il 

...Registrar's Returns 265 
...Trade & Navigation 272 
...Tnule Marks Journal 272 
..W'kly Return Births 275 

...Debates 260 

Gazette 260 

...Local Acts daring 

Session 251 

...Representation ... 266 
...Ross's Records ... 265 
..Vacher's Companioa 273 



70 



THE ^ff.WSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



Police 



Poor jMvm 



Post Offlee 



PAGE 

... 261 

... 231 

... 261 

, 87 

. 258 

. 262 

. 91 

. 261 



239 
245 
262 
262 



...Chronicle 

...Constabulary Gaz. .. 

...Gazette 

lUus. Police News.. 
. .On and Oft Duty .. 
...Prison Off. Mag. -. 

...Review 

...Review 

...Poor Law Officers' J1.261 
...Poor Iaw and Local 

Government Mag. 261 
.Poor Law & District 
Council Journal... 261 
...Belfast Guide ... 223 
...Bristol „ - 225 

" ...Government Workers 

" Advocate 

...Irish Postal Gdn. ... 
" ...Manchester Guide ... 

...Post 

" P.O. Controlling 

" Officers' Journal 261 

... „ .. (L'ppol)262 
" , ElecEug. 
" " ' Jml. ... 262 

... „ „ Temp. 
" " Pioneer... 262 

...Postal & Teleg. Bee. 262 
" ...Postman's Gazette ... 262 

" ...St. Martin's- le-Grand 266 

" ...Sub-Postmaster ... 273 

" ..Supervising 270 

...Te^g.andTelep.Jnl. 271 

Primrose I.ea{rne Gazette 262 

...Anplo-RuBsian ... 220 
...Darkest Russia ... 233 

...Free Russia 237 

...Proc. Anglo-Russia 

Lit. Soc 262 

...Russia 266 

...Russian Buyers' 

Guide 266 

...Russian Co-operator 266 
...Russian Review ... 266 
...Twen. Cent. Russia 273 

...Anglo-Norweg'n Jnl. 220 
... „ Swedish Jnl. 220 
...Scandinavian ... 266 

...Swedish Journal ... 271 
...An d^ Griine ... 220 
...Celtic Monthly ... 228 
... „ Review ... 228 

...Fiery Cross 236 

...GuthnaBliadhna ... 240 
...Scottish Chronicle ... 267 
... „ Gazette ... 267 
... „ Histr.Review 267 



Busaia 



Scandinavia 



Scottish 



Socialism.. 



PAGE 
.Facts agnst.Socialism 236 



Secnlarim 



Socialism... 



Nation 
„ Review 
...Thistle 

...Freedom 
...Freethinker 
...Truthseeker ... 

...Call 

...Clarion 



...Church Socialist 
...Forward 
...Freedom 
...Future 
..Herald 



230 
237 
237 

238 
87 



Society 



PAGF 

... 229 

... 231 

231 



267 
267 
271 

237 
. 237 
. 273 

. 83 
. 84 



'.'.'.Huddersfield Wrker 140 

...Individualist 243 

...Justice 88 

...Labour Leader ... 151 
...Land Nationaliser ... 249 
...Monthly Lab. Jml.... 235 

...Pioneer 261 

...Satire 266 

...Socialist 269 

... „ Review ... 269 
... „ Standard ... 269 
...Spur 269 

...Brighton Society ... 114 

I, Bystander 83 

Court Journal ... 8t 

" Clifton Chronicle ... 116 

I; Chelt'h'm Looker On 121 

" Gentleman's Journal 238 

Gentlewoman ... 86 

Irish Life 246 

" , Society 245 

Lady 88 

Ladies' Field ... 88 

„ Pictorial ... 88 

Lady's World ... 249 

Mayfair 89 

Patrician 260 

Pelican 91 

Queen 91 

Scot's Pictorial ... 199 

Sketch 93 

Smart Society ... 268 

;, Talk of the Town ... 271 

Tatler 93 

Truth 94 

Vanity Fair 273 

West 275 

World 94 

Sontli African ...Brit.& S.A. Kz. Gaz. 226 
„ ...South Africa ... 93 

„ „ African Domestic 

Monthly ... 269 
„ „ „ Engineering 269 

„ „ „ Photographer 269 

„ ,. „ Pioneer ... 269 

„ „ „ Railway Mag. 269 

Sonth American America-Latina ... 220 
„ ...El Comerciante and 

S. Amer. Markets 234 

„ ...Journal 93 

,, ...South America ... 269 

...El Commeroio His- 

pano-Brit 234 

...Bl Marconigrama ... 234 



Snf&age Church Militant 

„ Coming Day 

Common Cause 

„ Cons, and U. W. 

Franchise Rev, ... 231 

„ Egoist 234 

Englishwoman ... 2.35 

„ Irish Citizen ... 241 

„ Intrntl. Women's 

Suffrage News ... 244 

„ Monthly News ...255 

Occasional Paper ... 258 

Vote 274 

Votes for Women ... 274 

„ Workers' Drdnaught 277 

Territorials ...London Scot. Gaz. 252 

„ ...Military Mail ... 90 

„ ...Territorial Serv. Gaz. 93 

„ ...Volunteer Force Gaz. 274 

" Civ. F. Jnl. 274 

Town Planning Garden Cities ... 238 

,, ...Hou.sing Journal ... 212 

,, ...Record (Hampstead) 264 

...Scottish Smallholder 267 

„ ...Smallholder 268 

„ ... „ Gazetti 268 

„ ...Surveying and Hous 

ing World 

„ ...Review 



Spain 



Safi!rage 



...Anti-Suffrage 
...Britannia 



Rev. 221 
^ ... ... 225 

Catholic Suffragist 228 



271 
272 
127 



Wales Baner ac Amserau... — - 

...Bibliography of Wale8223 



...Cenad Hedd 

...Cymru 

... ,, r Plant 

...Darian 

...Dysgedydd 



.. 228 
S32 
232 
101 
234 



...EurgrawnWesleyaidd 235 

...Geninen 238 

...Greal ... 240 

...Gwalia 105 

...Haul 241 

...Herald Cymraeg ... 120 

...Llan 143 

...London Welshman... 89 

...PapurPawb 269 

...Pulpud Cymru ... 263 
...Seren Cymru ... 120 

... , Gomer ... 268 

...Trysorfa'r Plant ... 273 

...Udgom 165 

...Wawr 274 

...Welsh Outlook ... 275 
...Y Beirniad „. ... 277 

...YBrython 148 

...Y Cerddor 277 

...y Dydd 128 

...Y Genedl Gymreig... 120 
...Y Glorianydd ... 148 

...Y Goleuad 120 

...Y Gorlan 277 

...Y Gymraes 277 

...Y Seren 104 

...Y Traethodydd ... 278 

...YTyst 163 

...Y Werin a'r Eco ... 120 
...YWyntyU 148 



Baptist 



Bnddliist. 
Catholic . 



...Athraw 

..Baptist Monthly 
„ Record 
„ Teacher 
Times 



222 

222 

, 222 

, 222 

82 



..Divine Light* Truth 233 
..Earthen Vessel ... 234 
...Gospel Standard ... 239 

...Greal 240 

...Herald 241 

...Missionary Herald... 254 
...Scottish Bap. Mag.... 267 
...Seren Cymru ... 120 

...Seren yr Ysgol Sul 268 
...Strict Baptist Mis- 
sion Herald 



.Review 



270 
. 226 



...Annals of Prop, of 

Faith 221 

... „ Soc. of Holy 

Childhood 221 
...Banner of Truth ... 222 



(5) RELIGIOUS. 

Catholic Catholic 228 

„ „ Book Notes ... 228 

„ Bulletin ... 228 

„ „ Federationist 228 

„ „ Fireside ... 228 

„ „ Herald ... 83 

,, „ (Edinb'g) 196 

,, „ Home Jrnl.... 228 

,, „ Magazine ... 228 

„ Review ... 228 

„ „ Social Bulletin 228 

Suffragist ... 228 

,, „ Times ... 83 

H „ Women's 

League Mag. 228 

„ ChUd of Mary ... 228 

I. Church Union Gaz. 230 

„ Cross 232 

.1 Dowry of Mary ... 233 

II Dublin Review ... 234 

II Ecclesiastical Review 234 

, Free Catholic ... 237 

„ Glasgow Star and 

Examiner 198 



Catholic 



...GuthnaBliadhna ... 240 

...Imeldist 243 

Irish Catholic ... 211 

' Irish Bccles. Rao... . 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 Christadelphian ... 229 



Christian Endeavour : 

„ „ ...C. E. Times ... 

,, „ ...Irish Endeavour 

Church Army ...Gazette 
„ „ ...Review 

Oaildc.Quild Life ... 



229 
244 

. 229 
. 229 
.240 



INDEX TO LEADING BRITISH CLASS PAPERS AND PERIODICALS. 



71 



PAOB 

Ch. of England. ..AngUcaD Oh. Mag. 220 

„ ...Benefice Exchg.Uaz. 223 

„ ...British Evangelist ... 225 

„ Messenger ... 226 

„ ...Challenge 83 

„ ...Chron. of Cen. Brd 

of Miss 229 

„ ...ChurchFamily l^aper 84 

of Eng. Pulpit 229 





.. „ Patronage Gais. 230 


It 


.. „ Quarterly Rev. 230 




Standard ... 230 


" 


.. „ Times ... 84 




..Churchman's Mag.... 229 


It 


...Constructive Quartly. 231 


tl 


...Cyfnill Kglwysig ... 232 


It 


..English Cliurclinian 85 


" 


... „ Church Review 236 




... „ Church-Woman 235 




...Guardian 87 




...Haul 241 


,, 


...Home Words ... 242 


tt 


...Irish Protestant ...245 


tl 


...Men's Magazine ... 253 




...Modem Cliurehmftn 2S0 




...National Church ... 256 


II 


...Protestant AU. Mag. 2fi3 




Observer 2B3 


" 


Witness 263 


" 


„ Woman... 263 


" 


Standard 148 




...Record 92 


If 


...Young Protestant ... 278 


Ch. of Ireland 


..Gazette 210 


It II 


...Irish Chnrch Qtly. ... 244 




... „ Churchman ... 244 


II II 


..Monthly 229 


It It 


...Visitor 274 



Con?retrational Dysgedydd 234 

y Plant... 234 
,, ...Irish Cong. Mag. ... 244 
,1 ...Liverpool Cong.Mag. 261 
„ ...Scottish Cong. ... 267 
„ ...y Tyst 153 

DiieatablislinientDis'lishm'nt Banner 233 
,, Liberator 260 



Xiasionary 



Free Cliarch 



...Free Chnrch Chron.... 237 

I, Mag. ... 237 

... I, II Witness 237 

... „ Churchman ... 2.S7 

...Instructor 244 

...Monthly Record ... 266 



ludepen. Meth'sts ludepen. Methodist 243 



Jewish 



Missionary 



..Jewish Chronicle 
..Jewish Review 
..Prophetic News 
..Scattered Nation 



88 
246 
263 
266 



..Across the Seas ... 219 
..African Tidings ...219 
..African Times ... 219 
..All Nations Quarterly 220 
.All the World ... 220 

..Angola Miss. Mag.... 220 
..Annals of Propagation 

of Feith 221 

„ of Soc. of Holy 

Childhood 221 
..Ashore and Afloat ... 221 
.At Home and Abroad 222 

.Awake 222 

.Banner of Truth ... 222 

..Bargeman 222 

..Beehive for Israel ... 223 
.Blessed be Egypt ... 224 
..Bright Words ... 225 
..British Workman ... 226 
..Brothers and Sisters 

Magazine 226 

..Central Africa ... 228 
..Children's Leagu« of 

Pity Paper ... 229 

..Child's Guardian ... 229 

..China 229 

..China's Millions ... 229 
..Chronicle of Cent. 

Board ot Miisions 229 



PAOB 
..Chronicle of lA>ndon 

Hissionnry Society 229 
..Church and People... 229 
.. „ and the Sailor 229 
..Church Krien<llv ... 229 
..Church Mim. Gleaner 220 
„ „ Paper 229 

„ I, Review 229 
..City Sparrows ... 230 
..C.M.8. 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 ofSorvice ... 234 

..Flames of Fire ... 237 

...Foreign Field ... 237 

I, Miss. Chron. 237 

..Go or Send '239 

..Greatheart 210 

..Greater Brit. Messen- 
ger 240 
..Guild Life and WorK 240 

..Herald 241 

...Highways & Hedges 241 
...Home Organ Dept. 

Magazine 242 

..Homeless 242 

...Homesof the East ... 242 
..Home Worker's Gaz. 242 
...India's Women ... 243 
...Inter. Rev. of Miss. 244 
...Islamic Review ... 245 
...Jewish Miss. Herald 246 
I, ,, Intelli- 
gence 246 
...King's Messenger ... 248 
...Lamp of China ... 249 
...Land of Sinim ... 249 

...Layman's Bulletin... 249 
...Lite and Work ... 260 
...Lifeboat Journal ... 260 
...Light-Bearer ... 250 

...Links ot Help ... 250 

...London CityMiss.Mag 261 
„ „ Mess. ... 261 
...Lord's Portion ... 262 
...Medical Missions ... 253 
...Merry and Truth ... 253 
...Missionary Echo ... 2.'i4 
„ Gazette... 254 

„ Herald ... 254 

„ Leaves ... 254 

,, Quarterly 264 

„ Review ... 254 

...Mission Field ... 254 

...Moravian Missions ... 256 
...News from Afar ... 2.57 
...Night and Day ... 257 
...North Africa ... 257 

...North British Colum- 
bia News 267 
...Nurses Near & Far 258 

...One by One 268 

...Our Missions 269 

...Our Sisters 259 

...Oor Waifs 269 

...Our Work 259 

...Prim.Meth.Mi8s.IIer. 262 
...Public Works Mag.... 263 
...Banyard Magazine... 264 
...Record of Miss.Work 264 
...Regions Beyond ... 268 
...Round World ... 265 

...St. Joseph's Advocate 266 
...Seed Time & Harvest 26S 
...Shaftesbury Mag. ... 268 
...Sierra Leone iMessgr 268 
...South America ... 269 
...South America Misj. 

Mag. 269 
...Southern Cross Log... 269 
„ Rhodesia .. 269 
...Star io the East ... 270 
...Strict Bapt. Miss. Hid. 270 
...Toilers of the Deep ... 272 

...Treasury 273 

...Trusting and Toiling 273 
...Univeisal Bro'hool 273 



PAOB 

Kiasioaary ...Weatom Eqna. Africa 27S 

„ ...Without the Camp ... 276 

„ ...Woman's Miss. Mag. 279 

It Woric ... 279 

„ ...Wonderlaoda ... 279 

„ ...Worken at Home ... 277 

„ ...Zambesi Miwion 

Record 278 



It 


..Zenana 


878 




..Islamic Review 


24S 


Moravian 


..Moravian Measeoger 


OS'S 


It ... 


„ Missions ... 


266 


II 


..Periodical Acconnta 


290 


Non-Sectarian 


..British Weekly ... 


82 




..Christian 


81 




„ Advocate 


208 




1. Age 


83 




„ Comnwltb 


84 




1, Globe .. 


84 




Herald .. 


84 




.. „ World .. 


84 




.. It It Pnlpit229 




..Sunday Companion 


270 


F.S.A. 


..Brotherhood 


226 


II 


..P.S.A.Bro. Journal 


263 



Presbyterian ...Irish Presbyterian ... 246 
„ ...Messenger forChildren 254 

„ ...Missionary Herald ... 264 

,, ...Our Own Magazine... 259 

,, ...Presbyterian ... 262 

„ ... It Messenger 262 

„ ...Reformed Pree. Wit- 

ness 266 

I, ...Treasury 273 

I, ...Witness (Belfast) ... 209 

Frim..MetliodistsPrimitive Meth.Ldr. 91 
„ „ ... It I, Herald 262 

II II ■•• It II Sunday 

School Hag. 262 
„ ,1 ...Preacher's Mag. ... 262 

Salvation Army All the World ... 320 

„ ...Bandsman 232 

,1 ... Field Officer 239 

I, ...Musical Salvationist 266 



fl * 


.Social Gazette 


269 


ff 


.Social-Deliverer 


269 


f» 


.War Cry 


94 


Fl 


..Warrior 


274 


»» 


.Young Soldier 


278 


Soci'tyofPriendsFriend 


86 


It 


.. „ Qtly. Eiammer 238 


IF 

It 


.. „ Witness 
..Jnl. of Friends Hist 


238 




Soc 


247 


It 


..One and All 


258 


II 


..Ploughshare 


261 


II 


..Workers at Home .. 


277 


Sunday Schools 


..Athraw 


222 


tl 


..Believers' Pathway 


223 



„ ...Church Suu.Soh.Mag. 230 

„ ...Church of Scotland 

Teachers' Mag. 230 
,, ...Eldermote Review ... 235 

„ ...Home Helper ... 242 

„ ...Morning Rays ... 256 

„ ...Notes on Lessons ... 268 

„ ...Pocket Lesson Book 261 

„ ...Prim.Meth. S.S.Mag. 262 

„ ...Sabbath Sch. Teachers' 

Monthly 266 
,1 ... Scottish Nat.Sab.Sch. 

Magazine 267 

„ ...Sunbeam 270 

„ ...Sunday Sch. Chron. 93 

I, ... I, Monthly 270 

„ ... „ Times 270 

„ ...Teachers and Taught 271 

...Wesleyan 8. S. Mag. 276 
,1 ...Westminster Teacher 275 

„ ...Y Lladmerydd ... 277 

„ ...Young Watchman 278 

Swedeuborgian New Chnrch Mag. ... 267 

„ ... „ „ Qtly.... 267 

Wkly. 267 

Unitarian ...Christian Life ... 84 

„ ...Inouirnr 244 

„ ...Unitarian Monthly... 273 

„ ...Yr Ymofynydd ... 278 



72 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



PAOE 

Wealeyam ...Oirisimn Words ... 229 

...Eu.grawnWesleyaidd 23i 

! ...Foreign Field 237 

„ ...GuUd 240 

...Local Preachers' Mag. 251 
...Mag.ofW. Meth.Ch. 252 

„ ...Manx Record 253 

...Methodist Expositor 254 

Recorder ... 90 

Times ... 90 



Wesleyan 



T.M.C.A. 



PAOE 

..Meth. an"! S. S. Mag. 275 
...United Methodist ... 94 

, Mag. 273 

...Wesley Bible Unioa 

Journal 275 

..YDrysorfa 277 

..Ymwelydd 277 

..Advance 219 

,.Edin. Y.M.C.A.Mag. 234 



PACK 

Y.M.C.A. ...L'pooir.M.C.A.News 251 

„ OurOutlook(Y.W.C.A)259 

,1 Our Own Gizette ... 259 

II Polytechnic Magazine 261 

I. Times 277 

■ > Women's Quarterly... 27fi 

II Red Triangle ...26) 

Y.W.C.A. Newsletter 278 



(6) SPORTS, PASTIMES, ATHLETICS, HOBBIES & PETS. 



Aeronantics 



Animals 



Athletic* . 



Badminton 



Bees 



Billiards 
Birds 



Bawllog . 
Camping ... 

Cats 
f, ... ... 

Chess 
tt ••• 

II "• 

Competitloni 
II 

Conjnriatf 

II 

II 
Coontrj Ziife 



...Aeroplane 81 

...Aeronautics 219 

...Air 220 

...Aircraft 220 

...Flight 86 

...Flving 86 

...Flying World ... 237 

...Animalia 220 

...Animals' Defender... 220 
...Animals' Friend ... ^20 
...Animals' Guardian 220 
...Animal World ... 220 
...Band of Mercy ... 222 
...Fur and Feather ... 238 
...Hamlyn's Managerie 

Mag 240 

...OurAnimalBrothers 269 

...Boxing 82 

...Gaelic Athlete ... 211 
...Health & Strength 241 
...Mirror of Life ... 90 
...Sport and Play ... 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 

...Avicultural Magazine 222 

...Bird Lover 223 

... ,, Notes 223 

... „ „ and News 2^3 
...British Birds ... 225 

...Bulletin of British 

Oruith. Club ... 227 

...Cage Birds 227 

...Feathered World ... 85 
...Fur& Feather & Cats 238 

...Gamekeeper 238 

II Gazette 233 

...Homing Pigeon ... 242 

...Ibis 213 

...JnL of 8. African 

Ornith. Union ... 248 

...Pigeons 261 

...Poultry Keeping ... 262 
...Racing Pigeon ... 264 

...Bowling World ... 224 

...Camping 227 

...Fur & F. & Cats ... 235 
...Our Dumb Friends 259 

...British Chess Mag. 226 
...Chess Amateur ... 228 
...Four-Leaved Shamr'k 237 

...Competitors' Journal 231 
...Picture Puzzle News 261 



...Magic 252 

... I, Circular ... 252 
...Magician Monthly 252 
..Country Life ... 84 

I, SideLeaHet 232 
..Ladies Field ... 88 

..Field 86 

..Gentlemen's Journal 23^ 
...Gamekeeper ... 238 

„ Gazette ... 238 

.Irish Field 211 

..Land and Water ... 88 
..Scottish C'ntry Life 267 



Conntry Life 
■■ 

Croquet ... 

Cycling ... 



TOogB 



..Scottish Field 
.Vineyard 



267 
274 



Fishing' 



Football 



Gardening 



Golf 



Hobbies 



Hockey 
Horses 



...Croquet Ass. Gaz. 232 

...C. T. C. Gazette ... 232 

...Cycling 232 

...Irish Cyclist 241 

...Military Cyclist ... 2.54 

...N.C.U. Rev 256 

...Scottish Cyclist ... 267 
...Sport and Play ... 269 

...Collie Folio 231 

...Coursing Calendar... '.;32 

...Foxhound 237 

...Horse and Hound ... 87 
...Illus. Kennel News 243 
...Kennel Gazette ... 248 

...Our Dogs 2.59 

... „ Dumb Friends... 2.59 

...Anglers' News ... 220 
...Brit.Sea Anglers Soc. 

Quarterly ... 226 

...Fishing Gazette ... 86 
...Salmon & Trout Mag. 266 

...Football Plyr'B Mag. 237 
...Racing and Football 

Outlook 261 

... Ditto ditto Mail 264 

...Amateur Gardening 81 
...Floriculture ... 237 

..Free Gardeners' Jrnl. 237 

...Garden 86 

Life 238 

„ Monthly ... 238 
... „ Work ... 238 

...Gardener 238 

...Gardeners' Chronicle 86 
„ Magazine 86 

...Gardening Illus. ... 86 
...Irish Gardening ... 245 
...Jrnl. of Gardeners' 

Assn 246 

..My Garden 256 

...Orchid Review ... 269 

„ World ... 2.59 

...Rural World ... 266 

...Vineyard 274 

..Golf (Illustrated) ... 2.19 

.. ,, Club Steward 239 

..Golfing 239 

..Golf Monthly ... 239 

..Liverpool Golfer ... 2.51 

...Professional 263 

...World of Golf ... 278 

...Amateur Mechanic 220 

...Bric-a-Brac 225 

...Burlington Mag. ... 227 
...Collectors' Jnl. ... 231 
...Connoisseur ... 231 

...Hobbies 242 

...Hobby World ... 242 
...Home Handicrafts... 242 
...Junior Mechanics... 248 
...Model Engineer ... 255 
... „ Railways ... 266 
...Modelling Monthly 2-54 
...Popular Mechanics 261 
...Wooi Worker ... 276 
...Work 277 

..Hookey Field ... 242 

..Bloodstock Review... 224 

..Foxhound 237 

..Horse and Hound ... 87 
..Live Stock Journal... 89 
..Horseman ... ... 242 



Horses 



Lawn Tennis 
Live Stock 



motoring... 



Numismatics 



Philately . 



Photography 



...Trotting World ... 273 
...Veterinary Journal... 274 

News ... 274 

„ Eecord ... 274 

...Lawn Tennis ...249 

...Fur and Feather ...238 
...Live Stock Journal 89 
...Poultry Keeping ... 26'! 
...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 241 

...Light Car 250 

... ,, „ and Cycle 

Car 250 

...Military Cyclist and 

Motorcyclist .. 264 

...Motor 90 

... ,, Cycle ... 265 

... I, Cycling ... 2.').i 
... „ News ... 256 

... „ Ship and Boat 26r: 
... „ Traction ... 266 

... I, World 266 

...Road 265 

...Royal Auto Club Jnl. 266 
...Scottish Cyclist and 

Motorcyclist ... 267 

...Chronicle 268 

...Circular 268 

...Collectors' Journal .. 231 

...British Philatelist 226 

...Collector 230 

...Collectors' Journal... 231 

...Ewen's Wkly. News 23(i 

...Grieberts' Notes ... 210 

...Jrnl of Phil. Lit. Soc. 247 

...London Philatelist... 262 

...Oswald Marsh's Cir. 259 

...Philatelic Ex.i; Mart 260 

„ Journal ... 260 

„ Magazine 260 

„ Record ... 260 

Soc. Rec. 260 

...Postage Stamp ... 262 
...Shaws' Journal ... 26-1 
...Stamp Collecting ... 269 
... „ Collector ... 269 

Coll. F'tn'tly 269 

, Qtly ... 261) 

„ Lover ... 270 

...West End PhUatelist 275 

..Amateur Photogphr. 220 
..Brit. Jrnl. of Photo. 82 

...Camera 227 

...Chron. of Cam. Club 229 
...Nature Photographer 266 
...Photography ... 261 

...Photogr'phic J'nal 261 
..South African Pho. 269 



Polo 


...Polo Monthly 


261 


Poultry 


...Bggs 


234 


ti 


...Feathered World .. 


86 


„ • 


...Illus. Poultry Rec... 


243 


II 


...Jl.ofNat.P'ltry Soc 


247 


II 


...Monthly Hints 


265 


1* 


...Poultry 


91 


M 


„ Journal 


262 


If 


„ Keeping ... 


262 


11 


World 


262 



INDEX TO LEADING BRITISH CLASS PAPERS AND PERIODICAL. 



73 





PAOF, 




P.\08 




PAOI 


r hooting •■ 


...Riflpinnn 26.'5 


Sportinir ... 


...Racing Expert ... 264 


Sportiaff ... 


...Winning Post ... M 
...Yorkshrre Early Bird 171 


„ 


...Shooting Times ... 268 


i» 


... „ Oazette ... 264 


II 


rportmjr ... 


...Badminton Gazette 222 
„ Mag. ... 222 


If ••• 


... 1, Judge ... 264 
II News ... 91 

... „ Opinion ... 264 
„ Outlook ... 264 


Touring 

II 


...Alpine Jonmal ... 220 
...Bradshaw'a Kootaa... 224 


f* ••" 


...Failv'8 Mngnaino ... 222 


II 


ff ••• 


...Cook'sTr'Tetler'tOu 2»1 


ti 


...Diamond Racing Jnl. 23 J 
...Flash 237 




... „ S|>eciali8t ... 264 
... ,, World ... 92 


II ... 
II 


...Cook's Ocean List... 231 
...C.T.C. Gazette ... 238 


" 


...Oaeldom 2^)8 


'.'.'. 


...Ruff's Guide 266 


If ... 


...Irish Tourist ... 245 


• > 


...Illus. Sporting News 8" 




...Scottish Field ... 267 


II ••• 


...King's Highway ... 248 

...Pvrenean 263 

...Railw'vTrav.M'nthly 264 
...Soottisn Mountain- 


*» 


...Ireland's Sat. Night 208 




...Sport (Dublin) ... 211 


II •" 





...Irish Field 211 

Life 245 





...Sporting Chronicle 152 
H'cap Book ... 269 


II 
II 




... ,, RftcingCarndar 245 
...LotinKa'sWk-endSp. 252 


" '.'.'. 


Life 80 

... ,1 LifeRacingG'de 269 


II ••• 


eering Journal ... 267 
...Sportman's and Tour- 




...M'Call's Kac. Chron. 2.^2 
...Midland Sportg.Gaz. 159 




... „ Rac'gUp-to-date 26") 
... ,, Times 93 


II 


ist's Guide 269 

...Traveller De Lnxe ... 273 


" 


...Mirror of Life ... 90 




... „ World ... 93 


I, 


...World Travel Oaa. 277 


(t 


...Newmarket News ... 166 




...Sportsman 80 


Tachting ft Boating 


»i ••• 


...Racehorse 264 




...Soortsman's fluide 26) 


fi 


...Cruising Ass. Bull..,, 232 


„ 


...Racing Blue Book ... 264 


If ... 


...Squire's Special ... 269 


II 


...Lock to Lock Times 2')! 


M 


...Racins; and Football 


... 


...Town Topics 93 


ff 


...Yachtsman 277 




Mail 264 




...Trotting World ... 273 


•1 


...Yachting World .„ 94 


II 


...Racing Calendar ... 264 


„ 


...Turf 273 


fi 


... „ Monthly... 277 



(7) FASHION & MISCELLANEOUS. 



Bits & Select 


ns Answers 221 


Fashions 




Jl 


BUghty 224 

Bits of Fun 223 






It 






t( 


Cassells Sat. Jrl. ... 227 






II 


Ideas 243 






ffl 


Papur Pawb ... 259 






II 


Pearson's Weekly ... 260 






li 


People's Friend ... 260 






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If 


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\Vklv.Tgh.(ShffieM) 275 




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Wkly. Welcome ... 275 





Boys' 



Comio 



.Boys' Brigade Gai. 224 
.. „ Friend ... 224 

.. „ „ Library 224 

.. „ & Girls' Mag. 224 
,. „ Own Paper ... 224 
..Boy Scouts Gaz. ... 224 
.British Boy Scout... 225 
..Britons' Own Lib.... 226 
.Buflfalo Bill Library 226 

..Cajitain 227 

..Child's Companion 229 

,. Chums 229 

.Diamond Library ... 233 
.Gem Library ... 238 

.Nelson Lee Library . 257 
.Nugget Library ... 2.58 
Our Boys' Magazine 259 
■ 260 

266 
267 
268 
273 
276 



..Penny Popular 
.St. George's Mag. 

.Scout 

..Sexion Blake Lib. 
.Union Jack ... 
.Wolf Cub ... 



..Big Comio 223 

.Bits of Fun 223 

..Butterfly 227 

..Chatterbox 228 

..Chips 229 

...Chuckles 229 

..Comic Cuts 231 

..Comic Life 2H1 

..Funny Cuts 2;i8 

.. „ Wonder ... 238 

..Jester 246 

..Laughable Dialogues 249 

..Lot o' Fun 252 

.Merry and Bright ... 253 

..Papur Pawb 2h9 

.Picture Fun 261 

.Punch 91 

..Rainbow 261 

..Bally 264 

..Sparks 2h9 

..Blackmore'sFashions 223 
..Butterick Quarterly 2vi7 
..Coming Fashions ... 231 



Olrls' 



Ladies 



..Delineator 233 

..Enquire Within ... 2.S6 
...Fashions for All .. 23ii 
..Gallery of Fashion 238 
...Harrison's Drsmkr. 241 
...Home Fashions ... 242 
...Josfe Lille's Juvenile 

Dressmaker ... 245 
..JofeLille'sPrae.Fash 245 
..Ladies' Cutter ... 249 
.. „ Tailor ... 219 

.. „ Wear Trade 

Journal ... 249 
... „ P.M. Fashions 249 
...Lady of the House... 249 
...Lady Cat. of Fash. 249 

..La Blouse 249 

...Leach's Dressmaker 250 
„ Catalogue 

of Fashions 
..Les Chapeaux; 
..lies Elegances Paris 

iennes 

..Le Tailleur de Paris 2.50 
..Lon. Art Fashions ... 251 
.. Mde. Maude's Cat. 252 
..Metropol. Fashions 254 
...Old Eng. Costumes 258 
..Paris Journal ...260 
..Reportof Fashion ... 265 
...Schild's Fancy Cos- 
tumes 

...Styles of London... 
...Thornton's Rev. ... 

..Vanity Fair 

...Weldon's Journals.. 
..West End Gazette.., 
..Women's Wear 
...Young Ladies' Jnl. 



250 

25U 



250 



267 
270 
2/1 
273 
275 
275 
276 
277 



..Boys' & Girls' Mag. 224 
..Friendly Leaves ... 238 
„ Soc.Joum'l 2 18 
.. „ „ Qtly.... 238 
..Girls' Guide Gazette 239 
..Girls' Club Journal... 2:^8 
.. „ „ News ... 2:W 
..Girl's Friend ... 238 

.. .. „ Library 2.'i9 
Guildry Gazette 2:i9 
239 



Mirror 
. ,, Own Paper 
..Giri's Weekly 
..Home Friend 
.Our Girls ... 
. „ Letter ... 

.Englishwoman 
.Enquire Within 
..Ever>'Woman's 
..Family Herald 



239 
239 
212 
259 



... 236 

... 236 

... 236 

... 236 



Ladies ... 


...Family Journal ... 236 




...Forget-me-not ... 2)7 


••• 


...Geiiilewoman ... 86 


..• 


...Home Chat 242 


»t 


... „ Companion ... 242 




... „ Cookery ... 242 


If 


... „ Notes ... 242 


») 


... ,. Weekly ... 242 


ff 


...Ladies' Cutter ... 249 


If •" 


... „ Field ... 88 


..• 


Tailor ... 249 


.•> 


...I^y 88 


»• 


...Lady of the House 249 


II 


...Lady's Companion... 249 




Pictorial ... 88 


If "• 


... „ Realm ... 249 




... „ World ... 249 




...Mother and Home... 255 


If ••• 


...Our Home 2.59 


tf ••• 


...Queen 91 


... 


...Weldon's Journals 275 




...Woman at Home ... 276 




...Woman's Life ... 276 


... 


...Women's Volunteer 




Reserve Mag. 276 


M 


Weekly ... 276 


• •* 


World ... 276 


„ 


...Y Gymraes 277 


Matrimony 


...Link ... 250 



.Matrimonial Circle 2.53 
Gazette 253 
Post ... 2.53 
Standard 253 
Times 253 



Mothers ... 


...Child 228 


„ 


Life 228 


... 


...Crt-cheNews 232 




...Maternity 283 

...Lloyd's Magazine ... 2fil 


II ••• 


ft 


...Mothers in Council 255 


... 


„ Dnion Journal 253 


••• 


,1 and Home... 255 


II ••' 


...Scot'sh Mothrs' Mag. 267 



ITeedlework 



...Busy Bee Knitting 

Book 227 

...Fanc^ Needlework... 236 
...Harrison's .loumal... 241 
..Leach's Home Series 250 
...Needle and Thread 257 
...Needlecraft Practical 

Journal 267 

..Needlework for All 257 
.. Paris Journal ... 260 

..Stitchery 270 

...Weldon's Proetical 

Needlework ... 275 
..Woolcraft ... 276 



74 



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67, Fleet Street, E.C. ... 492 
46-47,Shoe Lane, B.C. ... 78 

186, Fleet Street 498 

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lU.Qucen Victoria St., E.C. 655 
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Beds. Standard Co. (1913), Ltd. 
Birmingham Gaz. (Lim.) 614 
John Feonov & Co. *. 618 

Sir James Hill, Bart 

Southern Pub.Co.(Llm.) 
Southern Pub. Co.(Lim.) 

B. Times & Mirror (Lim) 100 
W. Beid & Son, Ltd ... 659 

A. E. Harrison 

David Duncan & Sons, Ltd. 

3rd p. Cover 
H^estem Mail (Lim.) ... 687 
N.of Eng.New8Co.(Llm.) 631 
North Star Newspaper, Ltd. ... 
Dev. & Exeter News Qo. 
Western Times Co. ... 517 
East.Mor.NewsCo.(Llm.) 664 
E.Anglian D. Times Co. (Ltd.) 
Balnes * Co. (Ltd.) ... 624 
Yorks. Con.Nwspapr Co.(Ltd.) 
Advt. Back ol Title and 680 
Hewitt & Son (Lim.) ... 523 

C. Tlnllng h Co. (Lim.) 62« 
Post, Mercury <t Eeho(h\m.^27 
Charles BIrchall (Ltd.) 

E. HuIton&Co (Urn.) 663 
Manchester Guardn (Llm.)&29 
E. Hulton Si Co. (Lim.) 676 
Joseph Cowen ... .„ 630 
N.C.Con.Newspr.Co.(Llm.)671 
Newcastle Chron. ... 630 
Mail and Leader (Lim.) 
Norfolk News Co., Ltd. 61» 
Nott8DaiIyExpr'8sCo.(Lim)673 
T. Forman & Sons ... 582 
Midl'dSport'gGai Co.(Llm.) .. 
G. E. Eastorbrook ... 636 

Ernest Croft 

ShefBeld Indt. Press (Lim.) 5S4 
Sir W. C. Leng & Co. ... 685 

C. T. Lowe 

Yorkshire Herald Co.(Uta.)&3S 



Free Press Office ... 681 
Aberdeen Now8Co.(Lim,) 681 
J. Leng* Co. (Ltd.) ... 190 
D.C. Thomson ic Co., Ltd. 582 
J. Ritchie Si Co. ~. ... 641 
G. Outram & Co., Ltd. ... 646 

A. Forbes 643 

G. Outram & Co.. Ltd.... 646 
Mackenzie i&Storrle (Lim.) ... 



Irish News (Lim). _ 684 

Henderson & Co. ... 646 

Northern Whig (Lim.)... 684 

News & Sons (Lim.) ... 583 

T. Crosbie * Co. (Lira.) 648 

Jas. H. P. Whitehead .. 547 

Freeman's Jul. Co. (Lim.) 684 

Indep. N*papers (Lim.) 649 

Irish Times Co. (Lim.) 206 
W. & a. Baiid (Lim.) 



The Jersey News Co. (Lim.) 



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Linn 


TIKI 


Wuu Pcmsno 


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Puox. 


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PoLrnos. 


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roi AM. 


Pdbubkid. 


PtTBlIIBEM. '"■ 


LoDdon . . 


Evening Nttei .. 


Jd. 


1881 




Ind.-Unloniit . . 


6.30 p.m... 


10.30 a.m. 


Carmellta HooM, B.C. 


It 


„ Standard 


Id. 


1827 




Conservative . . 


O.SUp.iii. .. 


2 p.m. 


48 A 47, Shoe I^e, E.O. 494 


n • • 


(Hob» 


Id. 


1803 




Independent .. 


«.80 n.m. ., 


noon. 


387, Strand, W.O. . . 496 




JtwUh Bveniiw Ntw$ . . 


Id. 


1914 




Independent .. 


6.10 p.m.. 


12 noon. 


826, Whiteohapel Bnad, K. . . 
8, Temple Ave., B.C. 497 
Konrerie Street, B.C 


M * ■ 


Pott MaU Oazeltt 


Id. 


1866 




Independent .. 


6.80 p.m. .. 


12 a.m. 


M • • 


Star 


id. 


1888 




Liberal 


4p.ni. 


10 a.m. 


M •• 


Wetlmitultr OazttU 


Id. 


1893 




Liberal 


• a.m. 


11 noon. 


Tudor IIouse.Tndor Bt.,l.C.498 


Asbton-Q-L7n« .. 


Bvtning Reporter 


w. 


1878 


1866 


Liberal 


2.30 p.m... 


4 p.m. 


J. Andrew A Co, .. 613 


BUTOW . . 


North Wetttm Dy. MaU 


Id. 


1898 




Independent .. 


10 a.m. 


12 p.m. 


Barrow News A Mall (LIm.) 672 


Bath 


Bath J: Willi Dy. Chnm. 


Id. 


1870 


1767 


Conservative .. 


3 p.m. 


4 p.m. 


Wedwx AskI. New«, Ltd. 568 


„ 


DaUn Herald .. 


Id. 


1880 


1792 


Independent .. 


1 p.m. 
10 30 a.m... 


3.30 p.m. 


W. Lewis 4 Son, Ltd. 668 


Birmlngbam 


Evening lUepaUh 


Id. 


1891 




Liberal 


1 p.m. 


Birmingham Gazette (Um.)614 


BlackEnrn 


Daily Mail 


Jd. 


1870 




Unionist 


1 p.m. 
10.56 a.m... 


2.30 p.m. 


J. Feeney 4 Co. . . 613 


Xorthern Dy. TtUgraph 


Id. 


188S 




Liberal 


1.45 p.m. 


T. P. KItzema . . ,, 672 


Bolton . . 


livening ChronieU 


Id. 


1870 


1824 


Conservatlva ,. 


9.80 a.m... 


11.45 p.m. 


W, H, KHching 669 


„ 


Evening JStvt . . 


Id. 


1897 




Liberal 


lU.SOa.m. .. 


12 noon. 


TUlotson <k Son Llm. 2nd of 

Cover. 

Hampshire Advt. Co. (Ltd.)669 


Bonrnemoath 


Daily Echo 


Id. 


1900 




Independent .. 


1 p.m. 


2 p.m. 


Bradford 


Daily Argut 
„ TOegraph 


M. 


1892 




Unionist 


10 a.m. 


3 p.m. 


J. Patterson . . . . 616 


Brighton '. . 


Id. 


1868 




Liberal 


9 a.m. .. 


1 p.m. 


Bradford A DIa.News Co., Ltd. 


Evening Argut .. 


H 


1880 




Independent .. 


8 p.m. 


11 a.m. 


Southern Pub.Co.( Llm.) 


• 


Suttex Evening Time$ . . 


d. 


1880 




Conserratlve .. 


11 a.m. . . 


12 a.m. 


W. E. Nash (Llm.) .. 


Bristol . . '.'. 


Evening Newt 


d. 


1877 




Independent . . 


10 a.m. .. 


12 30 p.m. 


W. Iteld * Son, Ltd. . . 669 


Bar{on-OD-TreDt 


,, Timei and Echo 
Daily MaU 


d. 


1904 


1889 


tJnionist 


9 a.m. 


11 a.m. 


B. Times A Mirror ( Llm.) no 


d. 


1898 




Unionist 


2 p.m. 


3 p.m. 


Burton D. Mail, Ltd. . . 616 


n M 


Evening Oautte .. 


id. 


1880 




Neutral 


2 p.m. 


4 p.m. 


Ohas. Treslse . . 517 


Oimbrldge 


Daily Newt 


Jd. 


1888 




Independent . . 


8 p.m. 


7 a.m. 


W. F. Taylor . . . , 6«1 


CardlB .. 


Evening Erpreu 


d. 


1887 





Non-Political.. 


9 a.m. . . 


11 a.m. 


Western Mail, Ltd. . . 687 





South Walet Echo 


d. 


1884 




Non-political .. 


12 a.m. 


12 a.m. 


David Duncan ± Sons, Ltd. 

3rd of Cover 


C»rli»Ie .. 


Cumberland Bv^ng. Mail 


Id. 


1914 


^— - 


Independent .. 


noon 


12.30 p.m. 


Cu'b'rl'd Kv.Ml.Pub.Co.,Ld.562 


It • ■ • ■ 


„ Seice 


ii 


1914 


1815 


Conservative . . 


10 a.m. 


3.30 p.m. 


R. N. Burgess 


Cheltenham 


aioueetterthire Echo 


1873 




Unionist 


3 p.m. 
8.80 p.m. . . 


12.30 p.m. 


Cheltenham News Co., Ltd. . . 


Coventry 


Midland Daily Telegraph 


Id. 


1891 






4 p.m. 


Richard Shnmous 


Darlington 


XorthernEoen. Despatch 


Id. 


1S14 




Ubetal 


10 a.m. . . 


12 noon. 


Nrth.oJ Sng.Newsp.Co.JM.631 


Derby 


Daily Telegraph 


Id. 


1879 




Liberal 


10.30 a.m... 


1 p.m. 


E. M. Pilte (Llm.) .. 663 





„ Expreu .. 


Id. 


1884 




Conservative .. 


12 a.m. 


1 p.m. 


Derby Mer. & Ex. (Llm.) 620 


Kxeter . . 


Expren * Echo 


Jd. 


18M 


1S68 


Independent .. 


1 p.m. 


6 p.m. 


J. G. Owen ., .. 617 


Gloncester 


Citixm 


Id. 


1878 




Independent .. 


lC.S0a.m... 


1 p.m. 


Chance A Bland . . 668 


Qrlnisby .. 


Daily Telegraph.. 


Id. 


1897 




Unionist 


1 p.m. 


3 p.m. 


Times it Telegraph Co. (Ltd.) 


HalUax .. 


Daily Ouardian .. 


d. 


1908 




Conservative .. 


1 p.m. . . 


3 p.m. 


Halifax Xews 4PtK.Co.(Lm.)66« 


Hui'dersfle'ld 


Evening Courier 


d. 


1892 


1853 


Liberal 


11 a.m. .. 


3 p.m. 


Halifax Courier (Llm.) 66« 


Examiner 


d. 


1871 


1851 


Liberal 


11 a.m. . . 


10 p.m. 


J.Woodhead (t Sons(Llm.) 687 


Bull 


DaUy Mail 


id. 


1886 


1787 


Unionist 


10 a.m. 


1 p.m. 


Mail and Times Co.(Llm.) 668 


•• •• •• 


„ Xewe .. .. 


Jd. 


1852 




Liberal 


8 a.m. .. 


11.30 a.m. 


East M. News Co. (Llm.) 684 


Ipawlch .. 


Evening Star 


Id. 


1885 




Independent , . 


12 noon .. 


2 p.m. 


E.AngUan D.Tlmes CO.(Ld.) .. 


Kettering 


A'orthanttEvg. Telegraph 


Jd. 


1897 




Neutral 


12 a.m. .. 


2 p.m. 


N'ton Ptg. A Pnb. Co. (Llm.) 


iMda 


Tories Evening Neva . . 


Jd. 


1872 




Liberal 


11a.m. .. 


1.30 p.m. 


Yorks Lib.New8Co.(Ltai.) 639 


m • • 


Bvming Post 


Id. 


1890 




Conservative .. 


12 a.m. . . 


2 p.m. 


Yorks Con. Newspaper Co. 
(Advt. Back of Title and 680.) 


















Leicester 


Daily Mercury . . 


Id. 


1874 




Liberal 


12 a.m. .. 


3.30 p.m. 


Hewitt A Son (Llm.) . . 623 


*» •• • • 


I.ekesUr MaU .. 


Id. 


1910 




Unionist 


12 a.m. 


2 p.m. 


A. Sprigg ., 625 
W. (3ottam 


Lincoln . . 


Lincolnshire Echo 


Id. 


1893 




Unionist 


12 a.m. . . 


3 p.m. 


Liverpool 


Echo 


Id. 


1879 




Liberal 


8 a.m. 


10 a.m. 


Post.Mcy.A Echo (Llm.) 627 
C. Ttnllng A Co. (Llm.) 628 


»t • • 


Evening Express 


Id. 


1870 




ConaervatlTe .. 


9 a.nu 


12.30 p.m. 


Manchester 


„ ChronicU 


Jd. 


1897 




Independent .. 


12 a.m. 


2 p.m. 


E. Hnlton A Co. (Llm.) 670 


Mlddiesbrough '.'. 


„ New, .. 


Id. 


1868 




Independent .. 


10.30 a.m... 


12 a.m. 


W. Evans A C!o. . . 628 


North-Eastcm Daily Oat. 


Id. 


1869 




Liberal 


10 8.m. 


2 p.m. 


N.E. News (Lhn.) , , 671 


KewcftsUo 


Evming Chronicle 


Id. 


1885 




Liberal 


9 a.m. 


2 p.m. 


Joseph Cowen . . , , 630 


• 


Evening Mail .. 


Jd. 


1910 




Liberal 


9 a.m. 


2 p.m. 


Mail and Leader, Ltd 


Kewmarket 


Sporting News .. 


Id. 


1887 




Neutral 


4 p.m. 


6 p.m. 


Walter Simpson . . 671 


Newport . , 


Monmouthshire Evening 
Post 


Jd. 


1908 




Culontst 


9 a.m. . . 


10 a.m. 


Newport Newspaper Co. 

(Lira.) .. 670 


tt 


South Wales Daily Argus 


Jd. 


1892 




Liberal 


11a.m. .. 


noon 


S. Wales Argus (Lhn.) 675 


Northampton 


Daily Chronicle . . 


h 


1880 




National 


12 a.m. .. 


8 p.m. 


Butterfleld A Bon . . 671 


f» • • 


DaUyEcho 


Jd. 


1880 




Liberal 


12 a.m. .. 


3 p.m. 


Northampfn Merc. Co.,Ltd.671 


Norwich.. 


Eastern Evening News . . 


Id. 


1882 




Liberal 


11a.m. .. 


3 p.m. 


Norfolk News Co., Ltd. 


Nottingham 


Evening News . , 


d. 


1885 




Liberal 


11 a.m. . . 


2 p.m. 
12.30 p.m. 


Nott«DaiiyKxpr'88Co(Llm) 672 


„ • • . . 


., Post .. 


d. 


1878 




Neutral 


10 a.m. 


T. Korman A Sons .. 


Nnnwton 


Midland Daily Trib. . . 


d. 


1914 


1895 


Independent .. 


10 a.m. 


6 p.m. 


H. Fieldhouae .. .. 671 


Oldham .. 


Evening Chronicle 


Id. 


1880 


1854 


Liberal 


12 noon .. 


1 p.m. 


H h«t A Rennle aim.) . . 628 
Northern D.i Wklv.Nsprs. 572 


•» . . • • 


„ Standard 


a 


1877 


1848 


Conservative .. 


10 a.m. 


12 noon 


•Oxiord .. 


Review 


1889 


1865 


Neutral 


2 p.m. 


4 p.m. 


Oxford Times (X). (Llm.) 


Penzance 


Evening Tidings 


\t 


1870 




Neutral 


4 p.m. 


5.30 p.m. 


Cornish News Co. (Llm.) 682 


Plymouth 


Western Evng. Herald . . 


1895 




Independent .. 


12 a.m. 


2 p.m. 


O. £. Easterbrook . . 638 


Portsmouth 


Evening Newe . . 


Id. 


1877 




Independent ,. 


11a.m. .. 


2 p.m. 


W. Tomkinson . . . . 673 


• 1 


Sporting Mail 


it 


1912 




Independent .. 


10 a.m. 


12 noon 


W. Tomkinson 


Preston .. 


Lancashire Daily PoH . , 


1886 




Liberal 


10 a.m. 


12 a.m. 


0. TouUnin A Sons, Ltd. 622 


Bearborongh 


Evening News .. 


Jd. 


1882 




Independent .. 


11.80 a.m... 


3.30 p.m. 


Scar. Mere. Co. (Llm.) . . 633 


. • 


Daily Post 


IJd. 


1876 




Conservative . . 


1 p.m. 


2.3U p.m. 


Scarboro'Post Co.(Llm.) 674 


Sheffield . . 


Yorks.Telegraph and Star 


Id. 


1887 




Neutral 


10 a.m. 


1 p.m. 


Sir W. C. Leng A <3o. .. 635 


Shield* .. 


Daily News 


Id. 


1864 




Liberal 


11 a.m. . . 


1 p.m. 


Northern Ptesa Co 


M . . . 


,. OazelU 


Id. 


1855 


1849 


Uberal 


11a.m. .. 


1 p.m. 


R. C. Stevenson 


Southampton 


Southern Daily Echo 


Id. 


IPS? 




Independent . . 


12 noon 


l.SO p.m. 


HampsblreAdvtr. Co.(Ltd.) 666 


Stockport 


Cheshire Daily Echo 


Id. 


1883 




Conservative . . 


9 a.m. 


1 p.m. 


Swain A Co. (Lim.) .. 678 


StoksKin Trent . . 


Stafardshire Sentinel .. 


-Jd.. 


1873 


1864 


Independent .. 


11a.m. 


1.30 ajn. 


Sta/. SeiUineHUm.) ... 678 



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Dundee . . 
Edinburgh 



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Greenock 
Paliley . 



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BeUast 



Cork 
Dublin 



Waterford 



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Isle a{ Man 
Guernsey 



Jersey 



Trriii. 



Daily Seha 

Cambria Daily Leader 
South Walet Pott 
Swindon Advertiser 
Bvtning H. WiUe BertM 
Iforthem Daily Mail 
Bxpreet tt Star 
Daily Timet 

Wareetterihire Echo 
evening Preu , , 



Evening Expren 

„ Oatette . 

„ Ttraph * Poet 

„ Diepateh 

„ Newt , 
Olatgoto Citizen , 
Evening Nevt . 

„ Timet . 
Telegraph 
Daily Bxprttt 



Evening Telegraph 
Vltter Echo 
Evening Echo 
Evening Berdli . . 

„ Mail . . 

„ Telegraph 
Evening Nemi . . 



Timet 

Evening Prett 
Star 
Evening Pott 



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Id, 
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Id. 
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Id. 
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1861 
1892 
1898 

wa-i 

1877 
1874 
1879 

1877 
1882 



1879 
1881 
1877 
1888 
1873 
1861 
1870 
1876 
1863 
1874 



1870 
1874 
1892 
1891 
1823 
1876 
1898 



1897 
1897 
1912 
1890 



1864 
1861 



1842 
18B7 



1850 



1849 



1813 
1865 



Poimos. 



Independent 

Liberal 

Conservative 

Liberal 

Independent 

Independent 

Independent 

Conservative 

Liberal 
Neutral 



Neutral 

Liberal 

Non-political 

Unionist 

Independent 

LiberalUnionist 

Independent . . 

Independent . . 

Liberal 

Liberal 



Unlonlat 
Unionist 

National 

Independent 

Independent 

National 

National 



Independent 
Independent 
Independent 
Independent 



Latbst 

Time 

FOR Ads. 



1 p.m. 
10 a.m. 

a.m. 

1 p.m. 
1 p.m. 
1 p.m. 

11.30 a.m. 
10 a.m. 

2.15 p.m. 
12 a.m. 



9 a.m. 
10.30 a. m. 

9 a.m. 

a.m. 
10.30 a.m. . 

10 a.m. . 

11 a.m. 

12 a.m. 

11 a.m. 

12 a.m. . 



11 a.m. 

4 p.m. 

2.30 p.m. 
12.30 p.m. 
12.30 p.m. 

10 a.m. 

11 a.m. 



8 p.m. . 
11.30 a.m. 
12 a.m. 

2.30 p.m. 



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3.30 p.m. 
11 a.m. 
1 p.m. 
5 p.m. 
5 p.m. 
3 p.m. 
3 p.m. 
1 p.m. 

3.45 p.m. 
2.30 p.m. 



12 noon 
11.30 p.m. 

1.30 p.m. 

1 p.m. 

1 p.m. 
1.30 p.m. 

2 noon 
2 p.m. 
1 p.m. 
I p.m. 



1.30 p.m. 
11.30 a.m. 
4 p.m. 
3 p.m. 
3 p.m. 
1 p.m. 
3 p.m. 



7 a.m. 

1 p.m. 

2 p.m. 
3.SJ p.m.. 



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Arthur Scott . . . . 576 

Swansea Press, Ltd. . , 618 

8.W.P. Newspaper Co., Ld 533 
Morris Bros. 
H. D. Piper .. 

H. 8. Brymer . . 672 

Midland News Association 638 
Berrow's Worcester Jnl. 

Co., I;td 580 

Wore. Newspaper Co., Ltd. 580 

Yorljshire Herald (Lim.) 638 



Aberdeen News Co. (Lim.) 681 

Free Press Office . . 681 

D. C. Thomson & Co., Ld. 682 

J. Kitchie & Co . . 640 

Bdinboro' E. News (Lira.) 642 
.T. Hedderwick& Sons, Ltd. 644 

J. M. Smith (Lim.) ., 642 

O. Outram & Co.Ltd. 645 

Orr, Pollock & Co. .. 682 
W. A. Lochhead 



546 



W. AG. Balrd(Llm.). 

A, McMonagle . . 

ThOB. Crosbie & Co., Ltd. 646 

Independent N'papers(Lim)549 

Jas. H. P. Whitehead. . 647 

Freeman's Jnl (Lira.) .. 584 

Waterford News, Ltd 



Brown & Sons (Lim.) . . 
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Published at 23, St. Bride Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Holborn 6689. 
Teleg. " E.^cpress, Fleet, London." (Advt. p. 484.) 

DAILY GRAPHIC. U. Estab. Jan. 1, 1890. The DaUy 
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, 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 .it Tallis House, Whitefriars, E.G. 4. 

Tele. 2860 Holborn. Teleg. Talliscano, Fleet, London. 
(Advt., p. 48>.) 

DAILY MAIL. U. Established May 4, 1896. 
Principles : Independent Unionist. The Daily Mail 
was the first i)aper 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 Daily Mail accompany every expedition of 
world-interest, and considerable enterprise and spirit are shown 
in obtaining exclusive information on important affairs. 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.G. 4. 

Tele. 6000 Holborn. Teleg. Daily Mail, London. (Advt., p. 486.) 

DAILY MIRROR. Id. Established November 2, IQOJ. 
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.G. 4. 
Tele. 6100 Holborn. Teleg. Reflexed, Fleet, London. (Advt., 
p. 487.) 

DAILY NEWS. id. Established January 21, 1846. 
Principles: Liberal and Progressive. The Daily Xews 
is one of the leading organs of the Liberal daily press. It 
devotes special consideration to social reform. Its literary 
criticisms are a prominent feature, and its news organization 
is complete and world-wide. 

Published by The Daily News (Ltd.), Bouverie Street, K.C.4, 
and at 53, Dale Street. Manchester. Tele. Central 313 and 
City 0420. Teleg. Daily News, London, or Longest, Man- 
chester. (Advt. p. 488.) 



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AILY SKETCH. U. Established 1910, 

Principles : Independent. The rise of the Daily 

Sketch has been remarkable for its rapidity. Fully illustrated 

with pictures of topical interest and well served with news, it 

I has taKen its position as one of the leading picture papers of 

I, the day. 

f Publishers — London Publishing Co., Ltd., 46 k, 47, Shoe 

[I Lane, E.G. 4, and Withy Grove, Manchester. Tele. Holborn 
6613. Teleg. " Disketch, Londoa." (Advt., p. 78.) 



DAILY WORLD. Id. 
Principles : Independent. 



DAILY TELEGRAPH. \d. Esteblished June 29, 1868. 
Principles: Unionist. The Daily Telegraph h%t tLO- 
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 socia- 
articles, which are a constant feature of the paper. It is very 
widely read among business men. 

Published by Francis Caine, 135, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. 

Tele. City 6580. (Advt. p. 489.) 

Established January 25, 1918. 
ident. 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 
Road, E. L 
Tele.— Avenue 8091. Teleg. Vindicate, London. 

FINANCIAL NEWS. Daily, U. Established 1884. 
Principles : Independent. The Financial Nems 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, a feature which, by reason of its reliability, has earned for 
the paper no inconsiderable amount of its great popularity. 
Published at 111, Queen Victoria St., B.C. 4. (Advt., p. 548.) 
Also published daily in French at 36, bis, Boulevard 
Haussmann, Paris. 
Tele. City 6830. Teleg. Finews, Cent. London. 

FINANCIAL TIMES. Daily, \d. 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. 
Publishedat 72, Coleman St., B.C. 2. Tele. 34 36 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.G. 2. 

FINANCIER & BULLIONIST. Daily, Id. Established 
January 6, 1866. 

Principles : Neutral. It publishes daily 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. Rubber 
Notes appear every Tuesday and Friday, and deal with the 
position and prospects of Companies, and the intrinsic value 
of the Shares. Has an Anglo-Russian section on Thursdays. 

Offices: 49-57, Wool Exchange, E.G. 2 Tele: London Wall 
8148-9. 

JEWISH EXPRESS. Daily, W. Weekly. U</. 
Principles: Independent. Established June, 1895. 
It contains a digest of the day's news in Hebrew. 
Published at 89, Commercial Street, B. 1. Tele. 3565 Central. 

JEWISH TIMES. Daily, Irf. 
Principles : Independent. Established 1913. 
Contains Jewish news, general news, also commercial and 
financial items. 
Published at 325, Whitechapel Rood, E. 1. Tele. Avenue 65S3. 

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. 2. 
Tele. Holborn 212. 

L'lND^PENDANCE BBLGB. Daily, Irf. 
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 5, Dane Street, W.C.I. 
Tele. Holborn 1773-4. (Advt., p. 649.) 



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LLOYD'S LIST. Daily 3d. Established 1726. 
Incorporates the Shipping and Mercantile Gazette. 
Official organ of Lloyd's for reporting daily the movements 
of, and casualtie."! to, the shipping of all nation?. Contains 
also legal and financial features in connection with shipping 
and commerce. „ , t , ^ir n 

PublishedattheRoyal Exchange, E.C. 3. Tele. London Wall 
3563. Tcleg. " Lloyds List," London. 

MORNINO ADVERTISER. Daily, 2rf. 
Estiblished February 8, 1794. 

Principles: 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. The 
money market.turf and stage are prominent features m its pages. 

Publishers— Society of Licensed Victuallers, 127, Fleet St., 
E.C. 4. 

Tele. City 1364-5. Teleg. Morning Advertiser, London. 

MORNING POST. Daily, 2i. Established 1T72. 
Principles : Conservative. The Morning Post is the 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. 

Published by The Morning Post, Ltd., 346, Strand, W.C. 2. 

Telephone, 5411 City. City Office, 168, Palmerston House, 
Old Broad Street, E.C. Tele. London Wall 5681. (Advt, p. 491.) 

PUBLIC LEDGER. Daily, 2i(i. Saturday, 3<i. 
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. 2. Tele. Avenue 3568. 

SPORTING LIFE (with which is incorporated Bell's Life in 
London, established 1822). \d. 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. 4. Tele. Holborn 87 
Holborn 6309 (Editorial). Teleg. Sporting Life, London. ' 

SPORTSMAN, THE. Daily, \d. Established August 12, 1865 
Principles : 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 
m tlie Turf. It makes a feature of golf, giving full descriptive 
reporte 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 Bridewell House, Bridewell Place, E C 4 
Tele. City 260. Teleg. Sportsman, London. ' " ' ' 

TIMES. Daily, 2<i. Established January 1, 1785 
Principles : National and Independent. 
The rimf* 18 famous for the originality, completeness and trust- 
worthiness of it« news service ; and it relies, to a greater extent than 
any other journal, on its own Correspondents, who are men of the 
^'^!t- »'".°^'?B ,''* ''°i»» a°d abroad. It has accredited repre" 
.entativea in all the principal centres in the world, from whom it 
receives the bulk of its Imperial and Foreign Intelligence rfts own 
•tails of expenenoed Parliamentary reporters, and of baiTisters as 
legal reporters; whie on occmons of particular importance fnaH 
spheres of activitv Its special correspondents have ac^Mfe) the 
best sources of information. It prints tliree or four leading articles 
daily. To write for The Times he,s long been a Sncf ion and 
a privilege; and for the ventilation of any grievance or the 
e^ioitiiig of public opinion, a letter to The TimesiBth^hLotic. 
British mode of action. Sport of all kinds, the Arts and sSces 
arc fully dc,i It with. Financial and Commercial news is publS 
in a self-contnine<l sect on everv dav Th, r,\,;J. ™S- i 
regular annual numbers Revi^lJs Tthe year on T^a^^^S^c? 

Imperial and international progreiu h« Ir « " "^1 °* 
be^ the ackno.,ledged leader oTZpL' *"' °'" " "^^'^^ 
s/uarerEl.'r '""' ^"'" ''"l'"^''-^ Co., Ltd.. Printing-house 
\e!., #600 Hpjbom. T?leg. Tim.s, London. ^Advt., p, 4.J 



EVENING JOURNALS. 



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, E.C.4. 

Tele. 6,000 Holborn. 

EVENING STANDARD & ST. JAMES'S GAZETTE. 
Daily, Id. 

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. 

Publishedat46 and 47, Shoe Lane, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 6512. 
(Advt., p. 76.) 

GLOBE. Daily, Id. 
Principles: Independent. Established 1803. 

The Globe is the oldest evening paper and has always been 
foremost in advocating all needful and constitutional reforms. 
Its leading articles exercise great and increasing influence, and 
its columns contain a large proportion of original matter by 
some of the best writers of the day In the news department 
great energy is manifested to obtain the latest home and 
foreign news, whilst special attention is given to commercial 
and industrial matters. 

Published at 367. Strand, W.C. 2. Tele. Regent 4700. 
Teleg. Globe, Rand, London. (Advt., p. 490.) 

JEWISH EVENING NEWS. Daily id. 
Principles : Independent. Established 1914. 
Contains general and Jewish news, humorous and satirical 
items, women's gossip, etc. 
Published at 32,5, Whitechapel Road, E. 1. 
Tele. Avenue 6593. 

PALL MALL GAZETTE. Id. 
Principles : Independent. Established 1866. 

The tone in which the articles are written is that of 
Independent Politics, 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 26, Tudor Street, E.C. 4. 

Editorial and Advertisement Offices — 8, Temple Avenue, 
E.C. 4. 
Tele. City 7271. Teleg. Palmagaz, London. (Advt., p. 492.) 

STAR. Daily, id. 
Principles : Liberal. Established 1888. 

This is the only Liberal Jd. 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 Dally News. 

A separate Cricket or Football edition is published every 
Saturday night during normal times. 

Published at Bouverie Street, E.C. 4, Tele. 31.t Central and 
City 6420. Teleg. Star, London. 

WESTMINSTER GAZETTE. Daily, \d. 
Established January 31, 1893. 

Principles: Liberal. The Westminster Gazette has estab- 
lished a unique reputation among Libeial publications and has 
a remarkable influence amongst thinking men of all political 
persuasions, 

A most important and distinguishing feature of the West- 
miiister Gazette 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 Westmimtter 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. 4. 

Tele. City 4784, Teleg. Lobby, London. (Advt., p. 493.) 



tHE LONDON NEWSPAPER PRESS. 



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SUNDAY NEWSPAPERS. 

TLLUSTRATED SUNDAY HERALD. Sunday Id. 
-L Entablished March 21, 1914. 

Independent: The first planned Sunday picture pajjer 
which has KaincJ great popularity through its war photoRraphs 
and topical picture.^. Theatrical and social gossip added to 
striking artioli's by well-known writers are outstandhig features 
of this interesting journal. Designed to interest every member 
of the family. 

Publithers : London Publishing Co., Ltd., 46-47, Shoe Lane, 
E.G. 4. Tele. Holborn 6512. (Advt., p. 77.) 

LLOYD'S WERKLY NEWS. Saturday and Sunday, U. 
Established November, 1843. 

I'lUNClPLKs: Libeml. 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, B.C. 4. Tele. City 9330, Central 6914. 

(Advt, p. 491.) 

NATIONAL NEWS. Sunday, \d. 
Indeuendent. 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. 4. 
Tele. City 1174. 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 missing next of kin. Gives the 
words and music of the latest popular song, and serial stories. 
Published at 30, Bouverie Street, E.C. 4. 'Phone Holborn 
6150. Teleg. Worldly, Fleet, London. (Advt., p, 495.) 

OBSERVER. SUnda7,2(i. Founded 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 
statements. 

Published at 22, Tudor St., E.C. 4. Tele. City 4591. Teleg. 
"Observer," Bstrand, London. (Advt., p. 496.) 

PEOPLE. Sunday, l<f. 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. Special attention is given to 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., Mllford Lane, Strand, 
W.C.2. 

Tele. 9624 Gerrard. Teleg. People, London. (Advt., p. 497.) 

REFEREE. Sunday,2rf. 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 12, Salisbury Square, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. 
Tele. City 9330, Teleg, Referee, Fleet, London. 

REYNOLDS'S WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. Sunday, 
Id. Established May 5, 1850. 
Incorporates the "Weekly Times and Echo." 
Principles : Democratic. Advocates the widest possible 
measures of reform. It contains much strong writing, and 
is outspoken in its articles on political and social <iuestions 
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.1, 8, Temple Avenue, 
E.C. 4. Tele. Central 5941 . (Advt., p. 498.) 

SUNDAY EVENING TELEGRAM. Sunday, Irf. 
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, 4. 
Tele. City 7557 and 7558, (Advt., p. 493. ) 



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UNDAY PICTORIAL. Sunday, Id. 

EsUbllshed March 14, 1915. 

Independent : The Sunday Pietorial is one of the f«aU o( 
modem journalism, having obtained an enormout circulation 
from Its inception. Its general news is condensed lif very 
readable form, and its pictures, both war and topical, of 
which several pages are given, are excellently reproduced. 
Special articles on the chief topic* of the day c<)ntrlbate<l by 
men and women of note afford a commentary on national affairs 
which is much apprcci.ited by its readers. 

Published by Sunday Pictorial Newspapers, Ltd., i'J-M. 
Bouverie St.. K.C. 4. Tele, Holborn 6100. -Teleg. " Nusunpic, 
Fleet, London." (Advt., p. 499.) 



UNDAY TIMES. 



Sundav Moi-ning, Id. 
Established 1822. 



s 

Principles : Independent. It is essentially a finartclftli 
political, literarv, 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.2. Tele. Regent 
5426. Teleg :" Sunday Times," London. " 

w 

Principles : Independent Unionist. A Sunday paper having 
all the advaut.iges of a news service equal to a London morning 
daily. Devotes sjiecial attention to hdme and gardening affairs, 
and is well illustrated. Circulates in every town in Englandi 
and has large foreign and colonial subscription. 

Published by the Associated Newspapers, Ltd., Carmelite 
House, E.C. 4. Tele. Hel born 6000. 



(Advt., p. 496.) 

EEKLY DISPATCH. Saturday, and Sunday, Id. 
Established 1801. 



LONDON NEWSPAPERS 

PUBLISHED DURING THE WEEK AND FORTNIGHTLY 
WITHIN THE LONDON POSTAL RADIUS. 



ACCOUNTANT. Friday evening for Saturday, Id. 
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 bv Gee & Co. (Publishers), Ltd., 34, Moorgate St., 
E.C. 2. Tele. 7321 Central. 

AEROPLANE. Thursday, 3d. Established 1911. 
A popular and well-illustrated Weekly, dealing with 
current events in the aviation world. 
Published at Rolls House, Breams Buildings, E.C. 4. 

AGRICULTURAL GAZETTE. Monday, Irf. 
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 8tock> dairying, &t>., are all dealt with 
from the economic standpoint. Market reports and prices, 
also an information bureau, are prominent features. The 
Agricultvral Gazette is illustrated. 

Published by Vinton & Co., Ltd., 8, Bream's Buildings, E.C. 4. 

Tele. 1180 Holborn. Teleg. Vinton Company, London. 

AMATEUR GARDENING. Wednesday for Saturday, 2<i. 
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 hig 
garden, greenhouse or allotment is solved. A Coloured Plate 
is given with every number. 

Published by W. H. & L, Collingridge, 148 & 149 Alder.sgate 
St., E.C. 1. Tele. City 1086. Teleg. Collingridges, Cent. 
London. 

AMERICAN MACHINIST. Saturday M. Established 
February, 1877. 
A practical journal of machine construction. It is the organ 
of the Hill Publishing Co., Ltd. Is well edited and the 
illustrations are excellent. 
Published at6-8, Bouverie Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 5158. 

AMERICAN REGISTER AND .\NGLOC0L0NIAL 
WORLD. Sunday 2d. Established 1868. The Jtegitter 
is well known as the favourite paper in Euru|)e for all American 
and Colonial visitors. 
Published at 72, Regent Street, W. 1. 



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ARCHITECT AND CONTRACT REPORTER. 
Friday, id. Established 1868. 
This journal is fully established as the recognised repre- 
Miitative 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. 4. Tele. Holborn 472S. (Advt., p. 500.) 

ARCHITECTS' AND BDILDERS' JOURNAL. 
Wednesday, 2d. 
A Weekly Journal for Architects, Surveyors, Builders, and 
Constructional Engineers. 

Published at 27 and 29, Tothill Street, Westminster, S.W. 1. 
Tele. Victoria 6936. 

ARMY AND NAVY GAZETTE. Incorporates the 
"Broad Arrow;" and the "Naval and Military 
Gazette." Friday, 6d. 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 Elccui'acy of it^ 
information is unimpeached: 

Published at 22, Essex Street, Sttand, W.C.2. Tele. 396 
Ctmtral. Teleg. Arnliger, 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., E.C. 4. Tele. City 2437. 



Friday ,2d. 

Established 1893. 



A UTOCAR. 

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 uews 
of what is happening in motoring circles. Well illustrated. 

Published at 20, Tudor St., E.C.4. Tele. City 2848. 

A UTOMOTOR JOURNAL. Friday, U. On art paper 3<i. 
Established 1896. 

An excellently printed and illustrated Journal of applied 
automatic locomotion. Devotes much space to copiously illus- 
trated descriptiohs 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 36, Great Queen Street, Kingsway, W.C. 2. 

Tele. 1828 Gerrard. Teleg. Truditur, Westcont, London. 

BAKERS' RECORD, Friday, 2d. Established April, 1864 
iu . fF^ciPLES: 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, Femberton Row, Gough Square, E.C. 4. 
Editorial Office : 68, Farringdon Street, E.C. 4. 
Tele. 10555 Central. 

BAPTIST TIMES AND FREEMAN 
Thursday, lid. Established 1853. 

Feinciplbs: 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- 

P^.ViS"?, 5" ?7re°t events which come within its sphere. 

Published at 4, Southampton Row, W.C. 1. Tele. 8537 Central. 
TDAZAAR, EXCHANGE AND MART. 

v.iFu- th^ ^PVjH^i'^'l Thursday) and Saturday, Id. 
t Jdnri'^*'* ^^' l^' '*^- <^'''«"y -devoted to Jkn adver- 
tisements of goods for sale, and wanted by private nersons • 
al«, nractical literary articles for amateurs ^ ' 

T^i„ H"il?' Y-',"o'^^°J.^°"^«' Bream's Buildings, E.C. 4. 
^^ele. Holborn lo72. Teleg. Bazaar, Fleet, London. (Advt., p. 

BOARD OF TRADE JOURNAL. Thursday. 3<i 
-,, - ,. Established 1886. 

ri5! ^T" ,u" »n offieia' publication issued by the Board of 
I^Vh"k '« '•'V'"""'"'' ""=dium through which intfllfgence 
to jfe «1,hL ^ThTr"'"' I'-'e'llgence Branch is conveyed 
ox^^J"tr'hMthZT\ "°°V'"' information relating^ to 
openings tor British trade abroad, custom tariff chances and 

?^mnilpH ''"?^'°'*"''' ^ ''""'h traders genera%^aV°s 

fn?Si H -^I^^-^^^PT '■^P.°'^« °^ <^o°3''l8 in Koreign Counteies 

p °/,".;*'; I^^^f Commissioners in the British Dominions 

Published by Wyraan and Sons (Ltd.), Fetter Lane EC I' 

BOXING. Tuesday 2d. 
Solely devoted to Boxing news and po.Bin 

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BREWERS' GAZETTE. Fortnightly, U. 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. 2. 
Tele. Avenue 8428. 

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. 1. Tele. 6500, 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 • 
mechanical and other inventions illustrated ; engraving • books 
and book manufacture ; patents, with technical criticism 
thereon ; local notes, current topics, reports upon trade, 
gazette and 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, E.C. 4. 

Tele. City 8407. Teleg. Stonhill,.Fleet, London. 

BRITISH CITIZEN AND EMPIRE WORKER. 
Friday, \d. Estab. Aug. 25, 1916. 

Class-unity as against class-hostility. A capital and labour 
concordat. The abolition of restricted output. A standard 
wage for standard labour. British support for British 
industry. National support for British products. The develop- 
ment of the Empire market for Empire manufactures. The 
abolition of unrestricted foreign competition, including 
_ dumped sweated or bounty-fed foreign commodities and of 

dumped ' and sweated alien labour. A keen advocate of 
Iracle Unionism. 

Offices: 28-36, Sicilian House, Sicilian Avenue, Southamp- 
ton Row, W.C. 1. Tele. City 7444. 

BRITISH JOURNAL OP PHOTOGRAPHY. Friday, 2<i 
. 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. 2. Tele. 2722 
Gerrard. Teleg. Photometer, Rand, London. 

B^ff^§? MEDICAL JOURNAL (Journal of the British 
Medical Association). With Weekly Supplement 
Saturday, 8rf. 
The organ of the British Medical Association, publishes 
the transactions of all the principal medical societies of 
(jrreat 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, 
.^''jP'''?''^'"^""?^ °^ '■''« Science Committee, of the British 
Medical Association, and of its annual meeting. It also pub- 
lishes, week by week, carefulsummariesof leading contributions 
to linghsh and foreign medical knowledge by physicians and 
researchers. It is regarded as an authority on medical subjects 
throughout the world. 

Publishedat 429, Strand, W.C. 2. Tele. 2630 Gerrard. Teleg. 
Aitiology. (Advt. p. 518.) 

DRITISH WEEKLY. Thursday, 2fl!. Estab. Nov. 5, 1886. 

vt 1 Jr"",""?"'. °* *''°''i' and Christian progress." The 
,wl'^T rf*'^ ^^f°® °* ^^^ ™°st widely read religious 
journals. It owes its popularity in no small degree to the 
Z^uv u ™a?°«'' >° ^^li'cli it deals with social questions. It 
publishes a literary supplement composed mainly of book 

a W^ i'n^'-^fl'^ "P^r-- '^'^« *'■'■'"* W'''''*'.'' ^^ attained 
a large and influential circulation among preachers of all 

fact thi? stT/'!,''.-"''' " "*>'« °J^ ^'^ 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, B.C. 4. 



THE LONDON NE^VSPAPER PftESS. 



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BUILDER. Friday, U. Established 1842. 
Advocates Architectural and Enj^inecring Science. This 
journal is devoted to the useful sciences of engineering 
and architecture. The Builder in its ranjro of sulijects 
includes everything connected witli 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 " sjiecialists," and many 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 liuilder 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 
purely technical value. 

Published by The Builder, Ltd., 4, Catherine Street, W-C. 2. 
Tele. Ucgent ,'>940 and 5941. Teleg. The Builder, London. 

BUILDING NEWS AND KNGINEEEING JOURNAL' 
Wednesday, M. Estab. March 1, 1854. 

Records, with care and ability, the progress of architecture, 
Boulpture, metropolitan and provincial improvement, engineer- 
ing, sanitary reform, &c. The articles in the building depart- 
ment are theoretical and practical, both proceeding from 
eminent writers connected with architecture. A variety of 
general information is also found in the pages of this well- 
got-up periodical. It is a popular paper among architects. 

Published at Effingham House, Arundel Street. Strand, W.C. 2. 
Tele. Oerrard 1291. Teleg. Timeserver, Estrand, London. 

BUILDING TRADE. 
Wednesday, Id. Established 1866. 
It contains a large mass of information important to the 
Tarious trades concerned. 

Published at 6-11, Imperial Buildings, Ludgate Circus, E.C. 4. 
Tele. Holborn 4725. 

BUILDING WORLD. Friday, 2<i. 
Established 1895. 

Principles: Neutral. An Illustrated Weekly Trade 
Journal for Architects, Surveyors, Builders, Carpenters, 
Joiners, Bricklayers, Masons, Plasterers, Sanitary Engineers, 
Plumbers, Painters, Slaters, Glaziers, Brickmakers, Gasfitters, 
Locksmiths, Decorators, Hot-water Fitters, Paperhangers, 
and for all engaged in Allied Trades. 

Published by Cassell & Co., Ltd., La Belle Sauvage, E.C. 4. 
Tele. City 1120. Teleg. Caspeg, London. 

BYSTANDER. Wednesday, 7rf. 
Established December 9th, 1903. 
A light, illustrated critical journal, dealing with political, 
social, sporting and theatrical events. Special features are 
weekly cartoons by Capt. Bruce Balrnsfather, E. T. Reed, etc., 
topical and artistic photographs, society, theatrical and sporting 
notes and news, and a weekly short story. 

Published by P. N. McFarlane, at Tallis House, Whitefrlars, 
E.C. 4. Tele. 2860 Holborn. Teleg. Talliscano, London. 

CABINET-MAKER AND COMPLETE HOUSE FUR' 
NISHER. Saturday, Zd. 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- 
making, furnishing and allied trades. 
Published at 8, Bouverie Street, E.C. 4. Tele. City 9854. 

CALL. Thursday, \d. Established Feb. 24, 1916. 
PKINCIPLB8 : Socialism. The organ of the British 
Socialist Party. 
Offices : 21a, Maiden Lane, Strand, W.C.2. Tele. : Gerrard 877. 

CANA DA . Thursday for Saturday, Id. 
Established 1906. 
Deals with every aspect of Canadian life, and is a paper for 
all who take an interest in the Dominion. Canada is a well- 
produced journal, and profusely Illustrated in half-tone. 

Published at Kingsway House, Kingsway,W.C.2. Tele. Regent 
8450. 

CANADIAN GAZETTE. Thursday, M. Established 1883. 
A weekly journal of information and comment upon mat- 
ters of use and interest to those concerned in Canada, Canadian 
emigration, and Canadian investments. 

Published at 2, La Belle Sauvage Yard, Ludgate Hill, B.C.4., 
and 76-81, Oresham House, Old Broad Street, E.C. 2. Tele. 
Central 2886. Teleg. Desollar, Ave, London. 

/CANADIAN NEWS. Thursday, Irf. 
\J Established 1912. 

An illustrated weekly devoted to the development of Canada. 
It reiK)rts Canadian current events, and pays special atlention 
to matters of financial and industrial interest. 

Published at Temple Bar House, 23, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. 
Tele. City 3469. 



CAR ILLUSTRATED AND 
JOURNAL. Wednes<lay, U. 



The 
Car 



CAPITALIST. Saturday, 2<i. Bstabllshed 1885. 
A weekly record of everything of Intereit to iDveiton. 
Publi8hodBtll-12,ClemoutBLane,E.C.4. Tele. ISSSAvenne. 

Telog. Capitalist, London. 

C0I?NTRY hoDbh 
Established Hay, 1902. 
9 paper is splendidly illustrated and admirably written. 
Illustrated 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 Regent House, Kingsway, W.C. 2. Tele. R«rent 
1068. Teleg, CariUudo, West Cent, London. 

CATHOLIC HERALD. Friday, IJrf. 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 
lias the first claim on its space. 

Published at 8, Bouverie Street, E.C. 4. Tele. 4289 Central. 
Teleg. Epitomist, Fleet, London. 

CATHOLIC TI.WES AND CATHOLIC OPINION, Friday, 
2d. Established 1860. 

PRmciPLES : Catholic. The Catholic Timet and Catholia 
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 Catfwlic Tiiites a good general and family 
newspaper. 

Published at 8, Bouverie Street, E.C. 4. Tele. 4933 Holborn. 

Teleg. Catholicus, Fleet, London, 

CHALLENGE. Friday, 2d. 
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.C. 4. 

Editorial and Advt. Offices : Effingham House,, Arundel 
Street. W.C. 2. Tele. City 2609. 

/-^HARITY RECORD, HOSPITAL TIMES & PHILAM- 
W THROFIST. Fortnightly, 2<i. 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 philanthropie 
worlc, appear in its pages. 

Published at 21, Bride Lane, E.C. 4. 

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 ar.d Technical Chemistry, this 
journal gives, under the heading "Chemical Notices from 
Foreign Sources," an encyclopsedic 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. 4. 

CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST. Weekly, ed. 
Established 1859. 
Devoted to Phannacy and Drug Trade. Contains all the 
news of the week about the drug and chemical trades, supplied 
from all (juarters of the world by special correspondents. Market 
reports ancl trade articles are prominent features. 
Published at 42, Cannon Street, E.C. 4. 
Tele. Central 3617. Teleg. Chemicus, Cannon, London, 

CHRISTIAN. Thursday, 2rf. 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,PaternoBter Buildings, 
E.C.4. Tele. City 6023. 

CHRISTIAN AGE & SUNDAY PICTURES. Thursday, lA 
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.B. column, tc. 
fiOTE.— This paper is suspended during the War. 
Published at 125, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. 'J'elo. Holborn 8945. 



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CHBISTIAN COMMONWEALTH. Wednesday, Id. 
Established in 1881. 
" Organ of the world-wide progressive movement in religion 
and social ethics." It stands for " Spiritual Fellowship, Theo- 
logical Freedom, Social Regeneration." 
Published at 133, Salisbury Square, E .0.4. Tele. 10539 Central. 
Teleg. Ai>ostolic, London. 

CHRISTIAN GLOBE. Thur8day,2(i. Established July,1874- 
This paper contains religious intelligence of all the 
churches, witli sketches, articles, and tales suitable for home 
and family reading. 

Published at 154. Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Holbom5229. 
Teleg. Aviculture, London. (Advt., p. 548.) 

CHRISTIAN HERALD. Thursday,lK Established 1867- 
Principles : Independent. The Christian Herald 
contains many pictures, biographies, narratives, stories, ser- 
mons by emment 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 everj- way an excellent production. 

Published at 6, Tudor Street, Salisbury Square, B.C. 4. (Advt., 
p. 501.) 

CHRISTIAN LIFE. Saturday, 1<«. Established May, 1876. 
Pbinoiplbs : Unitarian. This journal reports religious 
eflfortsof the Unitarian body, and gives many details and much 
information of religious life in that large communion. 
Published at 5, Fetter Lane. E.G. 4. Tele. Holborn 842. 

CHRISTIAN WORLD. Thursday, 2rf. 
Established 1857. 
Pbinciples : 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 k Co., 13 & 14, Fleet St., E.G. 4. 
Tele. 4889 Holborn. (Advt., p. 506.) 

CHURCH FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Friday, 2d. 
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 
Churchman's family newspaper. 
Published at 17, Tavistock Street, W.C. 2. Tele. Gerrard 6789. 

/^HUBCH TIMES. Friday, 2^. Estab. January, 1863 
W Principles : High Church and Independent 

A most reliable and well-informed publication with an influential 
clientele. 

w!c. "''^(Advt'., p. 648^) '"'"■ ^ ^°'"' ^' ^°'*"«''^ ^*- Ei°g«^ay, 

CITIZEN. Saturday, 2rf. Established May, 1878 
Principles: Independent. The Citizen is' a journal 
mainly devoted to Finance, Insurance, Banking, Trade and 
Municipal news of the City and County of London. ' 

Publishetl at 2, Copthall Buildings, E C 2 
Tele. London Wall, 4984. 

pjITY JOHN BULL Saturday, Id. Esfab. Oct. 21, 1916. 

(-.huIttlU^I'^o} ?**'"'! ^'* '5°''°<=« and financ ers. 
i'ublished at 85 to 94, Long Acre, W.C 2 

Telephone (Advertisements) London Wall, 1906. 

C^^D„, J5;^^^- Saturday, 2d. Established July 18 1857 
Prinoiples: Non-pol tical. The OiN, rl.^. J ii^l 
eading and the oldest loca^l paper for the cfty^of^'ondon and 
18 the recognised authority upon the Local Ifovernment' and 
admmutration of London. It presents an impanSl record 
of the proceedings of the Corporation thp Pnrt «„ •♦ 
Authority, the Metropolitan AsvlSnaEnorH ^t ^^'^'^^V 
Council, tfie Metropolitan Water Board and the Pit v^f t^°"h '^ 
Union,.and in addition reports the meetings and work o^^fithe 
authorities concerned with the local governmenTof the pftv 

fMTY REVIEW. Saturday, id. 
\y Established 1893. 

O'^PMl^fpLEl^a^p-e^nlenf 1?» November27, 1869. 

lous reform, while it oonSntiy uph^ ds thete*»'t«°V"''''=- 
olass of the Civil Service "I'uoius ine interests of every 

Offices: 28, Martin's Lane, Cannon St.,E.C.4. Tele. City 3916 

C^^^^»ii-i,/"''''y^°''¥t'""''»y.l'^- Established isqi ' 

tUtrLs*^c*^^Lg^rj getraWcf Ve"r '-» A^-' 
read by Social Uefonnois ^ "® "''"'""' '» 'argelv 

Published at 44, Worship Street, K.C.2. 



COAL AND IRON AND BY-PRODUCTS JOURNAL. 
Saturday, 6d. 

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 risvmi 
of the most recent developments in coal mining, metallurgy, &c., 
and also reports the proceedings of the various scientific ana 
other institutions identified with these branches. 

Published at 16, St. Stephen's House, Victoria Embankment, 
S.W.I. Tele.Victoria 7486. Teleg. "Coirochem Pari., London." 

COLLIERY GUARDIAN. Friday, 5rf. Estab. 1860. 
Principles : 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 afEeot the interests of employers or workmen 
in the coal trade. 

Published by the Colliery Guardian Co. (Lim.), 30 & 31, 
Furnival St., Holborn, E.G. 4. Tele. 1354 Holborn. Teleg. 
Colliery Guardian, Fleet, London. (Advt., p. 648.) 

COMMERCIAL WORLD. 1st and I5th, 3(i. 
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.C.2. Tele. 
City 8793. 

COMMON SENSE. Saturday, \d. Estab. Oct. 7, 1916. 
Principles ; Independent. A weekly newspaper 
paying special attention to political, foreign, colonial and 
commercial news, as well as agriculture and gardening. 
Published at 44, Esse.x Street, Strand, W.C. 2. 
Tele. City 8010. Teleg. Budgeteer, Estrand, London. (Advt,, 
p. 54S.) 

CONTRACT JOURNAL. Wednesday, 6rf. 
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. 4. Tele. Central 4703. Teleg. Seejasir, Fleet, London, 

CONTRACTOR. Saturday, 2/i. Established 1885. 
Principles: 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. Temjple Chambers, Temple Avenue, 
E.G. 4. Tele. Central 4703. Teleg. Seejasir, Fleet, London. 

CONTRACTORS' CHRONICLE. Monday, U. 
Established 1886. 
Principles : Neutral. The Chronicle has a special contract 
list, and has full particulars of the works to be done for rail- 
ways, tramways, docks, canals, government, public works, i.c. 
Published at 48, Gray's Inn Rd., W.C. 1. Tele. Holborn 4650. 

pOUNTRY LIFE. Saturday, U Established Jan., 1897. 
\J 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. 
«rJ^ n"^^^'*,''^^^'"'"*'"^ ^''f<'> Ltd., 20, Tavistock Street, Strand, 
W.C. 2. Tele. Gerrard 2748. Teleg. Country Life, London. 

pOUNTY AND CITY OF LONDON OBSERVER. 
\J with which IS incorporated the Municipal Gazette and 

u » ^'!f,''''" J^rgns. Friday, \d. Established 1897. 
,., An lUustrated weekly journal and record of municipal 
tlx.- VV** Its title— which 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. 

Pubhshed at Bush Lane Chambers, Cannon Street, E.G. 4. 

pOUKT JOURNAL. Friday, Gd. Established 1829. 
^i„t„i -f^i'f^^^i Neutral. This well-known journal 

fnd fn^hLn'M^''-'''j^'",?'"<=''' ""'l isespeciallydevoted U> Court 
Siting fn f >,» n '"t«l''g«="?e, giving exclnsire information 
luti.^^- f *h«,9o"''t/n,d high life. It gives in each number 

mints lifp^arr^'T^"^ *•''' '■'^y '•el'^tive to fashionable move- 
ments, literature, the drama, music, etc. The weekly wedding 
supp ement, and periodical, Court, literary, fashion and othef 
supplements are special features 

Te^e" ReSi?^^'"^' ?°"'^'' Southampton St., Strand.W.C. 2. 
lele. Regent, 5795. leleg. Court Journal, London. 



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DAILY MAIL OVERSEAS EDITION. Friday, U. 
A complete record of the News of the Week for readers 
over the aoas. Brevity is the ruling motto of the Overseas 
Mail. The news is admirably arranged and is full and 
oompU^to. 

Pul>lit<hed by the Associated Newspapers (Ltd.), Carmelite 
House, K.C.4. Tele; GOOOHoUwrn. 

DAILY MIRROR OVERSEAS WEEKLY EDITION. 
Thursday, 6d. 
Principuks : Independent. Established March 9, 1914. 
A bound reprint of a week's issues of the Daily Mirror. 
Published at 23-29, Bouverie Street, E.G. 4. Telephone : 
Holborn 6100. 

DAILY SKETCH WEEKLY EDITION. Thursday, 6d. 
Principles : Independent. Established July 20, 1913, 
Six issues of the Daili/ Sketch bound in one weekly volume. 
Published at 46 and 47, Shoe Lane, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 
CS12. 

DRAPER AND DRAPERY TIMES. Saturday, W. 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, AldersRate Street, B.C. 1. Tele. City 628. 

DRAPERS' RECORD. Saturday, l(i. Estab. August, 1887. 
Principles: Independent. The ifeoorrf 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, Cheapside, B.C. 2. Tele. City 582. 
Teleg. Drapers Record, Cent, London. 

ECONOMIST. Saturday, 8(e. Established 1843. 
Principles: Indei)endent. It is more financial and gtatit- 
tical than political ; and communicates, probably, a greater 
amount of general commercial information than any other paper. 
Published at Granville House, Arundel Street, Strand, W.0. 2. 
Tele. 2110 Gerrard. 

ELECTRICIAN. Friday, 6<i. Established 1861 . 
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, &c. The opinions 
and advice of the Electrician always have careful consideration 
throughout the electrical world. 

Published at 8, Bouverie St., Fleet St., E.C.4. Tele. City 9852. 

Teleg. Benbrotric, Fleet, London. 

ELECTRICAL REVIEW. Friday, U. Established 1872. 
Principles: Non-political. Technical and commercial 
articles on all subjects connected with electrical engineering 
and electi'ical 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, &o., are given 
each week. 

Published at 4, Ludgate Hill. E.C. 4. Tele. City 997. Teleg. 
Ageekay, London. 

ELECTRICAL TIMES. Thursday, 2<i. Established 1891. 
A technical paper, dealing with 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.C. 2. Tele. 4426 
Central. Teleg. Equivolt, Estrand, London. 

ENGINEER. Friday, 8rf. 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 of patents, 
details of specifications, reviews of scientific works, and able 
papers on various branches of science. 

Published at 33, Norfolk St., Strand, W.C. 2. Tele, 13352 
Central. Teleg. Engineer, Estrand, Newspaper, London. 

ENGINEERING. Friday, M. Established Jan.,1866' 
Principles : Neutral. This paper is entirely devoted to 
engineering in all its branches. 'I'he 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.C. 2. 
Tele. Gerrard 3663 and 8698. Teleg. Engineering, Westrand, 
London. 



ENGLISH CHURCHMAN AND ST.JAMBB'B 
CHRONICLE. Thursday, 1({. Estab. Jan., 1848. 

Principles: Evangelical Protestant. This newspaper treaU 
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 geeks specially to advance 
spiritual Religion and to expose the tactics of the Kitualists. 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. 2. Tele. Gerrard 2474. 

ENGLISH MECHANIC AND WORLD OF SCIENOK, 
Friday, M. Established March 31, 1866. 

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 Microscope 
Construction, Electricity, Wireless Telegraphy, the Lathe, the 
Motor Car, jcc, are treated in its columns. 

Published at Effingham House, Arundel Street, Strand, 
W.C. 2. 

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.C. 2. 

ERA, THE. Wednesday, id. 
Established 1837. 
The acknowledged organ of the Theatrical, Variety and 
Musical professions and Film World. 
Published at 35, Wellington Street, Strand, W.C. 2. 
Tele. Regent 4546-7. 

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, 33 & 35, Kirby St., B.C. 1. 
Tele. 198 Holborn and 10474 Central. 

irrVERYMAN. Friday, 3<i. Established 1912. 
lit A weekly journal devoted to literature and international 
politics. 

Published at St. Mary's Chambers, I6l8, Strand, W.C. 2. 

Tele. Central 1410. 

rnAIRPLAY. Thursday, 6rf. Established May, 1883. 
JJ Principles : Independent. This edition is conducted 
on the principle or" 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) 
produce, commerce, and finance. 

Published at 34, Leadenhall St., E.C. .3. Tele . 4065 Avenue . 
Teleg. Fairplay, Led, London. 

FARM, FIELD, AND FIRESIDE. Friday, U. Estab. 1887. 
Principles: Neutral. An agricultural, rural, and 
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.C. 2: 

FARM AND HOME. Tuesday, 1 if. 
Established March. 1882. 
Principles : Independent, An illustrated journal of agricul- 
ture in all its branches. Contains articles by practical farmers. 
Careful attention to motor work, the dairy, and poultry. 

Published at 63, Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. 2. Tele. Holborn 
731. 

FARM LIFE, Thursday, \d. 
Established 1893. 
Deals with cattle, poultry and farming in all its phases. 
Fully illustrated. 

Published at Uatton House, Great Queen St., W.C. 2. Tele. 1833 
Gerrard. Teleg. Arator, Westcent, London. 

TTVARMER AND STOCK-BREEDER. Monday, 2d. 
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 influence the prosperity of the farmer, is 
overlooked. 

Published at 6, Essex St., Strand, W.C. 2. Tele. 2,882 Central. 

FEATHERED WORLD. Friday, U. Established 1889. 
A paper devoted to poultry, but also has articles and 
gives advice on pigeons and cage birds. 
Published at 9, Arundel Street, Strand, W.C. 2. 



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TTUELD. Friday, 1*. Established January 1, 1853. 
JJ PBINCIPI.K8: Neutral. The i^eW 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. „ s t^j 

Published by The Field and Queen (Horace Cox), Ltd., 
Bream's Buildings, Chancery Lane, E.C. 4. Tele. 218 Holborn. 
Teleg. Field Newspaper, London. (Advt., p. 5!8.) 

"TTUNANCE. Saturday, 6<f. Established January 1, 1898. 
JJ "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. 2. 

FINANCIAL OUTLOOK. Friday, U. 
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. 2. 
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, &c. 
Published at Broad Street House, New Broad Street, B.C. 2. 

FINANCIAL WORLD. Saturday, 3d. Established 188ii. 
A review of the week's finance, with special overseas 
section, notes on motoring and aviation. 
Published at 7, Union Court, Old Broad Street, E.C. 2. 
Tele. 2698, Wall. Teleg. Financial World, London. 

FSHING GAZETTE. Friday, 3<i. Established April, 1877 
Principles: Neutral. The <?<ngrte is a paper " devoted 
to angling, river, lake, and sea-fishing, and fish-culture." 
Contains special articles on all fresh and salt-water fiah and 
fishing ; state of the rivers ; where to fish ; angling notes and 
queries, &c., &c. 
Published at 19, Adam Street, Strand, W.C.2. 

FISH TRADES GAZETTE. Saturday, 3rf. 
Established May, 1883. 
The fith 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. 3. 
Tele., Avenue 687. Teleg. Finfish, Bilgate, London. 

FLIGHT AND THE AIRCRAFT ENGINEER. 
Thursday, 3i. Established 1908. 
Devoted to the interests, practice, and progress of aerial 
locomotion. Official organ of the Royal Aero Club. 

Published at 36, Qt. Queen Street, Kingsway, W.C.2. Tele., 
Gerrard 1828. Teleg., Truditur, Westcent, London. 

FLYING. Wednesday, Id. Established January 24, 1917. 
A popular journal dealing with the progress of Aeronau- 
tics and the development of Flying generally. 
Published by Land and Water, 5, Chancery Lane, W.C. 2. 
Teleg. Agecdorum, Fleet, London. Tele. Holborn 2828. 

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 foodstufifs. 
Published by F. Carl, 154, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. 
Teleg. Aviculture, Fleet, London. Tele. Holborn 5229. 

1KEKMAS0N. Saturday, Sd. 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, E.C. 4. 
Tele. 678 Central. 

FBBEMASON'S CHRONICLE. Saturday, 13». 6rf. per 
annum. Established January, 1875. 
Pbinciples: Independent. The Freematon't Chronicle is 
entirely devoted to the interests of the craft, and very full re- 
ports appear of matters interesting to Masonic readers 

Published by W. W. Morgan, Fleet Works, New Ba'rnet 
Tele. Bamet 309. 

FRIEND. Weekly, Id. Established 1848. 
The only weekly paper of the Societv of Friends 
(Quakers) in Europe. 

Published by Headley Bros., Kingsway House, Kingsway, 
W.C. 2. Tele. Gerrard 883. • * ^ ""• «»'"'>> 



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FRUIT, FLOWER & VEGETABLE TRADES' JOURNAL. 
Saturday, 2d. Established Oct. 5, 1895. 
This paper deals with all that concerns the raising and 
distribution of fruits, ilowers, vegetables, &c. 
Published at 1, Mitre Court, E.C. 4. 

FRUIT-GROWER, FRUITERER, FLORIST 
AND MARKET GARDENER. Thursday, 2<i. 
Established July, 1895. 
A journal for orchard and market garden growers, agents, 
salesmen, and distributors, vegetable, flower, seed, and garden 
produce trades. 

Published at 8, Bouverie Street, Fleet Street. E.C. 4. Tele. 
City 9853. Teleg. Benbrotric, Fleet, London. 

GARDEN. Saturday,2(i. 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, &c., 
will be found in its pages. It is richly illustrated with fine 
photographs, engravings, plans, also coloured plates of new, 
and rare flowers, fruits, kc, are given. 

Published by Country Life Ltd., 20, Tavistock St., Strand, 
W.C. 2. Tele. Gerrard 2748and Regent 760. Teleg. The Garden, 
London. 

GARDENERS' CHRONICLE. Friday, id. 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, food 
growers, country gentlemen, and botanists. It is excellently 
printed and copiously illustrated. 

Published by The Gardeners' Chronicle, Ltd., 41, Wellington 
Street, Covent Garden, W.C. 2. Tele. 1543 Gerrard. Teleg. 
Gardchron, Rand, London. 

GARDENING ILLUSTRATED. Wednesday for Satnrda y 
2d. Established March 15, 1879. 
Practical information for gardeners, with illustrations. A great 
feature is made of Answers to Queries, Garden Design, Room 
Flowers, Garden Food, Bees, &o. 
Published at 63,Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C.2. Tele.Holboin 731. 

f^ AS JOURNAL. Tuesdays, 6d. Established Feb. 10, 1849. 
VJT This publication forms a perfect registry of all matters 
bearing upon the subject of the Manufacture of Gas, 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 parlia- 
mentary questions connected with gas undertakings, gas 
consumers, and water supply, 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. 4. 

Tele. Holborn 6857. Teleg. Gasking, Fleetr-London. (Advt. , 
p. 649.) 



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AS WORLD. Saturday, 4(i. 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. 

Published at 8, Bouverie Street, E.C. 4. Tele. City 9852, 
Teleg. AUangas, Fleet, London. 

GENTLEWOMAN. Thursday, 6/i. Established 1890. 
Illustrated weekly newspaper for ladies, circulating 
amongst the most wealthy class. The Gentlewoman deals witE 
every subject of interest to woman, Including social news, 
dress, the nursery, furnishing, cookery, and woman's new 
economic position. 

Published at 70-77, Long Acre, W.C. 2. Tele. Gerrard 9026. 
Teleg. Jayswood, London. 

GRAPHIC. Friday, 7rf. 
Established December 4, 1869. 
Principles : Independent. An admirably illustrated journal, 
combining "Literary excellence with artistic beauty." The 
illustrations are in the first style of art. The literary portion 
of the paper is admirable in its arrangement, and a series of 



liditonal notes on the topics of the day add greatly to its 
Bter. The Graphic is to be found in all clubs 



attractive character, 
and hotels. 

Published at Tallis House, Whitefriars, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 
2860(41ine8). Teleg. TaUisoano Fleet, London. (Advt., p. 502.) 



I/^ROOBR. Saturday, 4(i. Established 1861. 
\jr This journal is the rooogniacii organ of the grocery, 
provision, and concomitant trades, the interests of which it ably 
Sdrocate.s. The earliest news is sivcn on all topics connected 
with the trades which are represented by The Grocer, an(l full 
•od exhaustive reports are given of all the London and 
prorincial markets and Foreign butter markets up to Friday 
Bight. 

Published at Kastclicap Buildings, E.C. 3. Tele, 2821 Avenue. 
Teleg. Grocery, Uilgatc, London. 

GROCERS' GAZETTE. Saturday, 2rf. 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 reliable market, Associa- 
Association, and general rejiorts. 

PublishedatTl, Eastcheap,E.C.3. Tele. 4140 Central. Teleg. 
Grocers' Gazette, Milgate, London. (Advt., p. 548.) 

GROCERS' JOURNAL. Saturday, li. 
Established Dec. 3, 1874. 
Principlks : 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, and other markets. 
Published at 29, Rood Lane, E.C.3. Tele. Central 1513. 

(1 UARDIAN (with which is incorporated The Church- 
X woman). Thursday, 2d. 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 pa|ier ; 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 subiects 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 import.'mt matters such as 
Church Congresses and Convocations, its reports are regarded 
as official. Si)ecial pages are devoted to Women's interests. 

Published by A. J. Knight, 29, King Street, W.C.2. Tele. 
7576 Gerrard. Teleg. Guardian, Rand, London, (Advt., p. 503.) 

HAIRDRESSERS' WEEKLY JOURNAL. Saturday, id. 
Established May, 1882. 
This is the recognised organ of Knglish-speaking hairdressers 
and ])erfumer8 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. 

Published by OslHJrne, Garrett & Co., 51-54, Frith St., 
Soho, W.l. 

HERALD. Saturday, U. Established 1912. 
Principles : Liibour. 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.C 4. 

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. 4. Tele. 
1595 Holborn. Teleg. Brookleigh, London. 

HORSE AND HOUND. Saturday, 2<«. 
Established March, 1884. 
" A journal for every 8i>ort8man." 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. 2. 



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08PITAL. Thursday for Saturday, \d. 



and Institutional Life, 

Published at 28 & 29, Southampton St., Strand, W.C. 2. 
Tele. Gerrard 2734. Teleg. Ospedale, Rand, London. (Advt., 
p. 548.) 



ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS. SatardsT, W, 
Established May 14, 1842. 
Principles " ■ • • - 



Neutral in Politics. It 

blond pictorial nml>ellishnient8 with jierimlical inteufgence, and 
to aid description by doi)iction In an illustratfil newspaper, the 



WBR a lutppy Ides to 
nfgence. 



letter-press being rendered, by careful selection, equally ap- 
propriate and engaging. The lUnntrated London !fevt 1» 
essentially a family paijer. The rapidity with which any 
event, especially 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 digtingnished writers of 
the day. 

Published at 172, Strand, W.C. 2. Tele. Gerrard 120 (4 Unes). 

(Advt. p. 549.) 



Tues., \^d. Estab. 1864. 
and contain* 
St., 



ILLUSTRATED POLICE NEWS 
Principles : Independent. 
It is a specially illustrated police journal, 
articles on Racing, Football, Cricket and Boxing, 

Published at Merton House, St. Bride's Avenue, Fleet 
E.C. 4. Tele. 3898 Central. 

TLLUSTBATED SPORTING AND DRAMATIC NEWS, 
-L Saturday, 9rf. 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.2. Tele. 2518, Gerrard. (Advt. 
p. 649.) 

IMPERIALIST. Saturday. 8*. per annum. 
Established October 7, 1916. 



Peinciples 
the affairs of 
" Vigilants." 

Publisher: N. 
Hertford. 



Imperialist. A political weekly devoted to 
Imperial Federation, Social Reform, and the 

Pemberton-Billing, M.P., Imperial House, 



TNSURANCE AND FINANCE CHRONICLE. 
X Ist and 15th of Month, 4<i. Established 1869. 

Principles: Independent. The finance Chronicle is de- 
voted chiefly to insurance and kindred institutions. Com- 
panies' statements are printed and criticised on their merit* 
duly as they are made public. 

Published by Russell & Co., 2, Copthall Buildings, E.C. 2. 

TNSURANCE OBSERVER. Friday, 6rf. 

-L 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. 4. 

TNSURANCE RECORD. Friday, 2d. 
J- Established January. 1863. 

Devotes special attention to fire, accident, marine and other 
forms of insurance, the advantages of which it insistently 
advocates. 

Published at 13, York Street, Covent Garden, W.C. 2. 

INVESTORS' GUARDIAN. Saturday, 6(f. Established 1863. 
Principles: Specially devoted to all matters relative to 
Public Comijanies. 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. 3. 
Tele. 4,230 Avenue. Teleg., Ennoble, Grace, London. 

TNVESTORS' REVIEW. Saturday, M. 
± Established February, 1892. 

A weekly review of finance, trade, commerce, insurance, and 
the investment field generally, at home and abroad. 

Published at Norfolk House, Norfolk Street. W.C. 2. 

Tele. Gerrard 9132. 



-RON AND COAL TRADES' REVIEW; 
Established 1866. 



Friday.Srf. 



Principles: Neutral. This 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 tu those in the trades dealt 
with by this paper is allowed to go unrecorded. 

Published at 165, Strand, W.C. 2. 

Tele. 6611 Gerrard. Teleg. Zacatecasi Estrand, London. 



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IRON AND STEEL TRADES JOURNAL, AND IRON 
TRADE CIRCULAR. 

Saturday, Gd. 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 tlie most reliable weelily register of 
the prices of iron, steel, and metals. ,, _. t^ 

Published by Griffiths & Ry lands (Limited), 55-57, Drury 
Lane, W.C. 2. Tele. Gerrard 1060. 

IRONMONGER. Saturday, M. 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.G. 4. Tele. Central 3617. 
Teleg. Ironmonger, Cannon, London; 

JEWISH CHRONICLE. Friday, 3d. Established 1841. 
NEtTTKAL. 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, B.C. 2. Tele. 695 London 
WbH. Teleg. .Jaechron, Finsquare, London. 

JEWISH WORLD. Wednesday, 2(«. 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. 

Published at 2, Finsbury Square, E.G. 2. Tele. London 
Wall 695. 

JOHN BULL. Wednesday, U. 
A weekly journal of satire and comment dealing with 
current topics and affairs. 

Published at 93 and 94, Long Acre, W.C. 2. Tele. Gerrard 2595. 
Teleg. Southernwood, Rand, London. (Advt., p. 604.) 

JOINT STOCK COMPANIES' JOURNAL. Wednesday, 6d. 
Establiehed 1846. 
A mid- weekly financial and commercial newspaper. Special 
articles on Industrials, Mines, Insurance, Banking, Rubber, 
Oil, etc. 

Published at 11, Queen Victoria Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Central 
6161. 

JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF AltTS. 
Friday, &d. Established 1852. 
This is the organ of the Royal Society of Arts. It is free to 
members, is published weekly, and contains full reports of all 
the Society's proceedings, as well as a variety of information 
bOnnected with Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce. 

Published John Street, Adelphi, W.C. 2. Tele. 9610, Gerrard. 
Teleg. Praxiteles, Westrand, London. 

JUSTICE. Thursday, 2d. Established 1 884. 
Principles : Social-Democratic. " The Organ of Social 
Democracy." This paper is entirely devoted to reports of 
Democratic movements, reports of meetings, labour news, &c. 
Published by The Twentieth Century Press, 37a, Clerkenwell 
Green, E.C.I. Tele. 5076 Holbom. 

JUSTICE OP THE PEACE. Saturday, 7<«. 
Established January 28, 1837. 
This is a well-established legal periodical, designed for the 
assistance of the Magistracy and the higher oflicials 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.4. Tele. Holbom 2466. 

LA CHRONIQUE. Saturday, !</. 
Established 1S99. 
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. 1. 

LABOUR NEWS AND EMPLOYMENT ADVERTISER. 
Wednes<lay, Id. Established 1871. 
Pkinciplks: 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.G. 4. 



LADIES' FIELD. Saturday, 1j. Established April, 1898. 
A paper essentially for ladies, full of fashion, music, art, 
society, sport, and the drama. 

Published at 8, Southampton St., Strand, W.C. 2. Tele. Regent 
760. Teleg. Ladies' Field, London, 

LADY. Wednesday, 3d. Established February 19, 1885. 
The Ladv 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. 2. Tele. 
6105 Gerrard. Teleg. Lady Newspaper, London. 

LADY'S PICTORIAL. Saturday, 9(i. Established Nov., 1880. 
Peinciplbs: 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. 2. Tele. 2518 Gerrard. (Advt., 
p. 549.) 

LANCET. Friday, 8(i. Established Sunday, Oct. 5, 1823. 
Peinciples: Independent. A journal of British and 
foreign medicine, surgery, obstetrics, physiology, chemistry, 

f)harmacoIogy, public health, and news. The Lancet reports 
ectures delivered at the principal hospitals and medical 
schools throughout the kingdom, investigates important and 
interesting cases, gives approjiriate and telling remarks upon 
current medical topics, elucidates the modern practice of physio 
in all its phases: it reviews medical books, reports medical 
trials, and it numbers amongst its correspondents and oontri» 
butors the first scientific men in the world. 

Published at 423, Strand, W.C 2. Tele. 5356 Gerrard. Teleg. 
Lancet, Westrand, London. 

LAND AGENTS' RECORD. Saturday, Gd. Established 
April, 1878. 
The Land Agents' Record is the representative journal of land 
agents, surveyors, andauctioneers. 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. 2. 
Tele. 2291 Central. 

LAND AND WATER (with which The County Gentleman 
is incorporated). Thursday, Id. Established 1862. 

Principles : National. Usually devoted to the general 
interest of out-door men and women. Land and Water 
immediately found its special field at the beginning of the 
war, and its brilliant articles on strategy and tactics have 
brought it into special prominence. It has also achieved a 
reputation for the high cnarabter of its general articles on the 
principal topics of the day. 

Published at Chancery Lane, W.C. 2. Tele. Holbom 2828. 
Teleg. Agendorum, Fleet, London. 

LAW JOURNAL. Saturday, Gd., with notes of cases. 
Established 1866. 

Peinciples: Neutral. This paper consists of two parts, 
one of which contains notes of all the important cases decided 
in the House of Lords, the Privy 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 oases decided in the County 
Courts. 

Published at 37 & 39, Essex Street, Strand, W.C. 2. Tele. 
2868 Gerrard. 

LAW TIMES. Friday, 1«. Established April 8, 1843. 
Peinciples : 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.4. 
Tele. Holbom 218, 219, 239. 849, 1572 and 5861. 

LEATHER TRADES REVIEW. Wednesday. Annual 
subscription, 12s. Gd. Established 1867. 

The recognised organ of the hide, tanning, leather, and 
kindred trades in all parts of the world. It is the advertising 
medium for all matters relating to these industries. Publishes 
each week the latest market and trade reports, law, i)atent, 
and bankruptcy intelligence, and technical articles by the 
leading leather trade experts. 

Published at 24, Mark Lane, E.G. 3. 

Tele. Central 11411. 



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IIOKNSKD VICTUALLERS' GAZETTE AND HOTEL 
J COIIUIER. Friday, 2d. Established July, 1872. 

I'lilNX'IPLKS: NiHitnil. A liiRh-class newspaper dcvott-d to 
till' interests of th" hotel, tavern, and inn-keepers of the United 
Kingdom — whose ollioial organ it is. Notifies all trade matters 
of importance, contains powerfully-written trade articles. Rives 
Rrent proniinenco to sport and the general intelligence of the 
week. 

I'ublislied.it81, Karringdon Street, B.C. 4. Tele. Central 4947. 
Teleg. Licenser, London. 

LICENSING WOULD. Saturday, W. Established 1892 
An ofBoial illustrated newspaper devoted to the interests 
of the licensed trade in all its branches, sport, music, and 
the drama. 

Published by George Vickers, 27, Russell Square, Bloomsbury, 
W'.C. 1. 

LIGHT. Saturday, 2(i. Established January 8, 1881. 
" A journal devoted to the interests of psychical research," 
This 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. 2. 

LIVE STOCK JOURNAL. (Illustrated.) Friday, id. 
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 sales. Its foreign edition goes all 
over the world. 

Published by Vinton &Co.,Limited,8,Bream8 Buildings.E.C. 4. 

Tele. 118()Holborn. Teleg. Vinton Company, London. 

LLOYD'S LIST WEEKLY SUMMARY. Friday, Crf. 
A weekly resumfi of the news published in Lloyd's Daily 
List, and containing information of value to all interested in 
shipping and cargoes. 
Published at The Royal Exchange, E.G. 3. 
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 homeward voyages. 

NOTE. — This paper is suspended during the war. 

Published at The Royal Exchange, E.G. 3. Tele, London 
Wall 3563. Teleg. Lloyds, London. 

LOCAL GOVERNMENT CHRONICLE. Saturday, 3d. 
Establishetl (as Kiiighi's Offlcial Advertiser) 1855. 
Principles : 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 by Charles Knight & Co., Ltd., 227, Tooley Street, 
S.E.I. Tele. 4155 Hop. Teleg. Together, London. 

LOCAL GOVERNMENT JOURNAL AND OFFICIALS' 
GAZETTE. Saturday, 2d. Established February, 1872. 
Gives all information concerning Local Government ; furnishes 
lists of tenders open and sitnaticne vacant under public bodies ; 
reports of Local Government bodies. 

Published by The Local Government Jonrnal Ltd., 7, Chi- 
chester House, Chancery Lane, W.C. 2. Tele. Holborn 1999. 
Teleg. Localmente, London. 

LONDON COMMERCIAL RECORD. Friday, £1 per 
annum Established June 29, 1842. 

Politics: Neutml. This journal is devoted to questions 
eminently coiumercial. Merchant-law, and the economy of 
Home and Foreign Trade are discussed and explained in its 
colmnns; and its voluminous information, including a con-ect 
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 ciurrent, weekly lists of arrivals, deliveries 
and stocks, declarations of sales, bankrupts, etc., is brought up to 
the latest period. 

Published by Smith, Gowland k. Co. Ltd., 3, Church St., 
Minories, E.l. Tele. Avenue 2864. Teleg. Runningly, Aid., 
London. 

LONDON AND CHINA EXPRESS. Weekly, on the de- 
parture of the Mails for the Far East, 9rf, Annual 
Subscription, £2 2s. Established 1858. 

As a newspaper, it notices the events oconrring in this countrj- 
in connection with China, Japan, Singapore, Java, Siam, and all 
ports East of India; particular attoution being paid to the 
Commercial dejmrtment in connection with the inter-colonial trade 
of China and the Eastern Archipelago, and the direct trade of 
these countries with Europe and America. 

Pubhshedat79, Gracechurch Street, E.C. 3. Tele. Avenge 616?, 



LONDON AND CHINA TELEGRAPH. Weekly, on th« 
arrival of the Far Ea»tom mails, 9rf. Subx ription, £2 'it 
per annum. Established 18.'i8. 

la (lublishod on the arrival of the varioiis mallt via Buex, via 
Siborui and via America from the Far East; and <:ont.aiiis a 
digest of the news, with commercial niid shipping information 
from China, Jamn, Siugai)oro, Keilerotcd Malay Qtates, Phil- 
ippines, Nethcrlandi India, and all parts Host of British India. 
Published at 79, Omco<!hun h Street, E.C. 3. Tele. Avenue 6166. 

LONDON GAZETTE (By Authority). Tuesday and Friday 
U. Neutral. Established Nov. 14, I66.'>. 

The appointed organ for all announcements of the Execatire. 

Circulates, or thotild cii-culato, among all those whose duty or 
interest it is to keep a constant eye on those important otBcial or 
legal announcements which it is its pecnliar province to convey to 
the public. Moreover, it is so recognised by law, and in so many 
cases prescrilx-d by Parliamentary enactment, as the appropriate 
medium of announcement in affairs which it is proper to make 
public, that it ia 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 Gaiettt 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 
Oftice of the London Gazette, Imperial House, Kingsway, W.c' 

Publiiihed by H.M. Stationery Office. Tele. Qerrard 411 
(AdTt.,p. 549.) 

LONDON MAIL. Monday 2d. 
A weekly illustrated journal dealing with current society 
topics, literature, turf and the stage. 
Published at 15, Whitefriara St., B.C. 4. 

LONDON OPINION. Tuesday, 2d. 
Established March, 1904. 
A topical, literary, humorous, illustratad weekly journal. 
Published at 67-68, Chandos Street, W. 2. Tele. 6301 Gerrard. 
Teleg. London Opinion, Westrand, London. (.Advt., p. 603.) 

LONDON WELSHMAN AND KELT. Saturday. U. 
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. 1. 

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 6, Fitzroy Street, Fitzroy Square, W. 1. 

MACHINERY MARKET. Friday, 2d. Established 1879. 
A Commercial Engineering Journal. A business journal 
for machinery and power users. 

Published at Wardrobe Chambers, 146a, Queen Victoria 
Street, London, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 730. Teleg. Wadham, 
Cent., London. 

MAIL. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 2d. 
Established March 2, 1789. 
This is a partial reprint from The Timet, with an original sma- 
mary. 

Published by The Times Publishing Co. (Ltd.), Printing-hou.se 
Square,E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 6600. Teleg. The Times, London . 

MARK LANE EXPRESS AGRICULTURAL JOURNAL. 
Monday, Sd. Established 1832. 
The leading British authority an Agriculture 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. 2. 

MAYFAIB. Wednesd,iy &d. Established 1910. 
Contains a full account of 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. 1. Tele. Regent 6218. 

MEDICAL OFFICER. Friday, fid. 
Established 1908. 

A journal for medical men in the Government and mnnicipal 
services, dealing with all matters concerning the public health. 
It reports the transactions of various medical societies, and 
publishes papers and lectures by the lea<iing authorities on the 
subject of State medicine in all its branches. It includes a 
summary of the more important contributions on preventive 
medicine in the Foreign and Colonial Press. It is a record m 
developments in sanitary science. 

Published at 36-38, Whitefriars Street, E.C. 4. 

Tale. 4941, Holb<jrn. Teleg. Phoneiqa, Fleet, Lqndon, 



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for clothiers, 
shoe dealers 

Tele. City 682. 



MEDICAL PRESS AND CIRCULAR. Wednesday, 5d. 
EstabUshed 1838. , t ^y. 

This is a " cUss" paper, devot«d entirely to the interests of the 
n,S p?of esSfn, and the advancement of ine<lieal science. 1 he 
^MicalPres, axd Circular is an entirely independent organ and 
adv^ates the interests of the medical profession. Great attention 
ta I™6n to aU. medical affairs of national, interest. It Publishes 
a filial supplement which is the official organ of the Irish 

"iSh^'^t Henrietta St., Covent Garden, WC. 2 and 29, 
Nassau Street, Dublin. Tele. 4646 Garrard. Teleg. Bailliere, 
London. 

MEN'S WEAR. Weekly, W. ^ 
Established 1902. 
A weekly trade record. The weekly joumaJ 
outfitters, tailors, hosiers, hatters, boot and 
and all interested in the men's wear trades. 
Published at 154, 155 & lofr, Cbeapside, i.C^. 
Telee. Men's Wear, Cent, London. 

METHODIST RECORDER. Tliursday, IK 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, B.C. 4. 

METHODIST TIMES. Thursday, 14<«. Estab. Jan. 1,1886. 
Pbinciples: 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 rGD0rt6(l brichtly. 

Published bv Horace Marshall& Son, 125, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. 
Tele. Holbom 1575. 

MILITARY MAIL. Friday, l<i. ^ _ 
Established March, 1901. 
PBINCIPLE8 : Independent. The organ of the Regular and 
Territorial forces, the National Reserve and Rifle Clubs. Full 
illustrated reporte of Military news from all stations of the 
British Army appear in its pages. The only Army Newspaper. 
NOTE— rAw publication is suspended during the war. 
Published by Gale & Polden (Lim.), 2, Amen Corner, E.G. 
Tele. Central 283. 

MILLER, THE. Monday. Annual Subscription 15». 
Established 1878. 
The Miller is the leading organ of the Flour Milling trade. 
It contains technical and scientific articles by the acknowledged 
authorities on 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.G. 3. 
Tele. Central 11411. 

MINING JOURNAL. Saturday, Sd. 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 mining 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 Journal prices." 

Published at 15, George Street, Mansion House, E.G. 4. Tele. 
4411 Central. Teleg. Tutwork, London. 

INING NEWS. Thursday, Id. Established 1894. 
Contains the latest information about mining enterprises. 
Published at 37. Walbrook, E.G. 4. Tele. Central 6508. 

MINING WORLD AND ENGINEERING RECORD. 
Saturday, Gd. Established 1871. 
Principles : Independent. It contains leading articles on 
all important questions affecting mining interests. Public 
meetings are reported. Technicsil Engineering Articles in- 
serted from time to time, which are illustrated. 

Published at 234, Gresham House, Old Broad St., E.C.2. 
Tele. Central 1820. Teleg. Quinland, Ave, London. 

MIRROR OF LIFE AND BOXING WORLD. Wednes- 
day, U. Established 1893. 
Devoted chiefly to boxing, athletics and racing. Ringside 
illustrations are a feature. 
Published at 13, Bread Street Hill, E.G. 4. Tele. Bank 216. 

MONEY. Tuesday, 6d. 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 contp^nies, 
ko, are criticised in Money. 
Publislied 8t 11, Queen Victoria Street, E.C. 4. 



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MONEY MARKET REVIEW AND INVESTORS 
CHRONICLE. Saturday, 2d. Established 1860. 

Pkinciples: Independent. It 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. , _ , , „^ ^ t, r^ n 

Published at St. Stephen's Chambers, Telegraph Street, E.C. 2. 

Tele. London Wall 9622. 



MOTOR. 
A weekly journal 



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Tuesday, Id. , . , , 

»1 dealing authoritatively with all 
matter connected with and allied to the motor industry, 
placing on record the performance of motor vehicles of all 
countries under war conditions, and concentrating its efforts 
on propaganda of Imperial interest. 

Published by thie Proprietors, Temple Press, Ltd., at 7, 9, 11, 
13, 15, Rosebery Avenue, E.C. 1. 

UNICIPAL ENGINEERING AND THE SANITARY 
RECORD. Thursday, 3d. 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, fire protection, municipal motor vehicles, etc. 

Published at 8, Bream's Buildings, Chancery Lane, E.C. 4, 
Tele. Holbom 5502. Teleg. Sanatorius, Holb., London. 

MUNICIPAL JOURNAL. Friday, 3d. 
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 by public bodies. 

Published at Sardinia House, Kingsway, W.C.2. Tele. 
Holbom 5131. 

MUSICAL STANDARD. Saturday, IJd. 
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.2. 

"VTATION. Saturday, 6d. Established 1890 as Speaker. 
IN The Nation is a weekly journal of politics, literature, 
religion, science, art, the drama, and finance. 

Published at 10, Adelphi Terrace, W.C. 2. Tele. 4085 Gerrard. 
Teleg. Nationetta, Westrand, London. 

■VTATtONAL WEEKLY. Saturday. 2d. 

IN Established December 2, 1916. 

A weekly journal devoted to Internationalism, National 
Societies, and Labour. 

Offices— Imperial House, Kingsway, W.C. 2. 

Published at 1-3, Crown Court, Chancery Lane, W.C, 2. (Advt., 
p. 549.) 

"VTATURE, Thursday,6(i. Established November*, 1869. 
IN 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. 2. Tele. 8830 Gerrard. Teleg. Phusis, London. 

NEAR EAST. Friday, ed. Established 1909. 
A weekly review of the politics, literature, finance and 
commerce of the Near East, the Middle East, Egypt, the 
Sudan and Morocco. 

Published at Devonshire Square, E.C. 2. 
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, B.C. 4. 

Xri5W 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.2, 



Tele. Wall 618. 



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NEW WITNESS. Thurwlay, flrf. 
BstsbliHhcd 1912. 
('outrihutions by woll-known niithorities on current eventu, 
political, iiitornatinnal aiuJ literary, aro the features of this 
journal. II holds strong; views on political and social reform 
an<l advocates democratic measures. Literature and Finance 
aro also dealt with- 
Published at 20 and 21, Essex Street, Strand, W.C.2. 
Tele. City 197S. Toleg. "New Witness, Estnmd, London." 

■VTKWSAGENT, HOOKSKLLER'.S REVIEW, AND 
IN ST ATIONEKS' GAZETTE. Saturday, 2//. Estab. 1889. 

The oldest trade journal and leadinK newgiiaper representing 
theunitedinterestsofallbranohesof the Publishing, Stationery 
and Allied Trades. 

Published at 37 & 38, Strand, W.C.2. Tele. Regent 6761. 
TcleB. Goulwar, London. 

NEWSPAPER WORLD. Saturday, 2rf. 
(Formerly yewspaper Owner.') 
Established 1898. 
This paper is devoted to the interests of newspaper 
proprietors and workers. It contains many articles of 
practical value to all engaged in newspaper production. 
Published at 14, Cross St., Finsbury. E.G. 2. Tele. 9864 Wall. 

■\rURSING MIRROR. Thursday for Saturday. 2d. 
J.N The accredited organ of the Nursing profession. 

Published at 28 & 29, Southampton St., Strand. W.C. 2. Tele. 
Gerrard,2731. Teleg. Nursnoos, Rand, London. (Advt., p. 818.) 

NURSING TIMES AND JOURNAL OF MIDWIFERV. 
Saturday, Id. 
A professional journal for trained nurses. 
Published by M.icmillan & Co., LUl., St. Martin's St, W.C.2. 
Tele. Gerrard 8830. Teleg. Publish, London. 

OIL AND COLOUR TRADES JOURNAL. Saturday, <id. 
Ann. Subs., 12s. M., post free. Established 1876. 
Contains trade and market reports, trade news, technical 
articles, new patents illustrated, and other trade matters and 
illustrations. 

Published by Scott, Greenwood & Son, at 8, Broadway, Lud- 
gate Hill, E.C. 4. Tele. City 8257. 

OIL NEWS. Friday, U. 
Established 1912. 
Devoted to the petroleum industry. It gives weekly outputs, 
reports, comments, financial quotations, &c. 
Published at 32, Great St. Helens, E.C. 3. Tele. City 8124. 

OUTLOOK. Saturdiiy, <Sd. Established 1898. 
A brightly-written journal known for its outspoken articles 
on political, financial and social questions. Literature and tlie 
Arts. 

Published by Spottiswoode, Ballantyne & Co., Ltd., New 
Street Square, E.C.4. Tele. Holborn 2171. 

PAPER TRADE REVIEW, THE WORLD'S. Friday, 6d. 
Established 1879. £1 per annum ; for bona fide Paper- 
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, E.C. 4. Tele. 
City M07. Teleg. Stonhill, Fleet, London. 

PASSING SHOW. Tuesday, U. 
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., 93-94, Long Acre, W.C.2, Tele. 
Gerrard 2595. Teleg. "Southernwood, Rand, London." 
(Advt., p. .W5.) 

PELICAN. Wednesday, \d. Established 1889. 
A social, dramatic, sporting, and financial paper. Pull 
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 style. 
Published at 10 & 11, Fetter Lane. B.C. 4. Tele. 11122 Central. 

PETROLEUM REVIEW. Saturday, 6<i. 
Established February, 1899. 

The Biviev) is the representative organ of the oil industry 
of Russia and ,\merica and other great centres of the trade. 
It gives all the exports and imports from the various countries, 
oil stocks, kc. The articles on the trade are of the highest 
order, being usually by the acknowledged authorities on the 
•ubjects dealt with. 

Published at 45, St. Mary Axe, E.C, 3, Tele. Central 6648. 
Teleg. Dvorkovitz, Ave, London. 



PHARMACKUTIOAL JOURNAL AND PHARMACIST. 
Saturday, 6d. Kstabliihed 1841. 
This paper is the offioial organ of the Pharmaceutical 
Society of Great Britain and the oldest weekly paper for 
pharnini'ists. It is a most valuable " trade organ," containing a 
largo mass of iniport^iiit information. 
Published at 1«), llolborn, E.C. 1. Tele. Holborn 174. 
Tele, i'harmads, London. 



>OLICE REVIEW AND PARADE GOSSIP. 

Established 1893. 



Friday, U. 



second title, " I'arade Gossip," and of news for Special Con- 
stables. 

Published at 8, Red Lion Square, W.C. 1. Tele. Holborn 292. 
Teleg. Police Review, London. 

POULTRY. Friday, Id. Established 1848. 

H An interesting paper treating of the keeping of poultry 
by all classes of poultry raisers. It contains all the iKJuItry 
news of the week, and is fully illustrated. 
Published at 10, Essex St., Strand, W.C.2. Tele. City 7393. 

PRIMITIVE METHODIST LEADER. Thursday, l^d. 
Established 1868, The only P.M. newspaper. It con- 
tains ail the denominational intelligence of the ciiurches. 
Published by A. C. Vincent, 73, Farringdon Street, B.C. 4. 

PRODUCE MARKETS' REVIEW. Saturday, 2rf. 
Ann. Subs., 10«. Established 1866. 
The Reviev is full of admirably arranged information in 
reference to the prices for procuring produce. The price list is 
full and complete, and may be taken as most reliable. 
Published by Bemrose and Sons, Ltd., 4, Snow Hill, E.C. 4. 
Tele. City 424. 

PUBLIC OPINION. Friday, 2<i. Established 1861. 
PltlNClPLES : Neutral. It is a reflex of "public opinion " 
of what men and women are thinkmg, doing and saying, as 
expressed in the world's best papers, magazines and books. 
Published by Horace Marshall & Son, 125, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. 
Tele. Holborn 5786. 

PUBLISHERS' CIRCULAR. Saturday, id. ; lOt. 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 theliook trade, but book societies, and 
purchasers generally, find here a careful registry of all new books 
published at home or impoi-ted, 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.2. 

PUNCH. Wednesday 6rf. Established 1841. 
The leading British humorousandsatirioal 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 aa- 
rivalled field for the exercise of their talents. 

Published by Bradbury Agnew & Co., Ltd., at 10, Bouverle 
Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 2940. Teleg. " Charivari, Fleet, 
London." 

QUEEN. Friday, 1». Established 1861. 
Principles: Neutral. It is particularly intended forladies 
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. Pastime* 
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 I^ne, B.C.4. Tele. 218 Holborn. 
Teleg. Field Newspaper, London. (Advt., p. 649.) 

RACING NEWS AND SPORTING INDICATOR. Friday, 
Id. ; also Monday Special, Is. Established, 1912. 
Racing selections and tips. 

NOTE.— 3^ Aw paper it stitpended during the War. 
Published at 2, Mitre Chambers, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. 



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RACING WORLD. Saturday, Id, Special Edition 
Monday night, \d. Established 1886. 
A journal of racing intelligence. Programmes of races, 
key numbers, training reports, and Newmarket notes occupy 

'%Xf8hedat2, Mitre Court, Fleet St., E.C.4 . Tele. City 2990. 
Teleg. Racing World, Fleet, London. 

RAILWAY GAZETTE. Friday, 6d. Established July, 
1892. Incorporates the Railway Times, Established 18.57. 
\n 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 

"^^Published at Queen Aune's Chambers, Broadway, West- 
minster, S.W. 1. Tele. Victoria 2247. Teleg. Trazette, London. 
(Advt., p. 649.) 

RAILWAY NEWS (Established 1864), with which are in- 
corporated the Railwaji Official Gazette CEstablished 
1870), the Railway Record (Established 1844) and Railways 
(Illustrated). Saturday, 6(«. ..,,.., ^ a 

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. 4. 

RAILWAY REVIEW. Friday, \d. Estab. July 16, 1880. 
Pbinciples : 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 lievitw 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. 1. Tele. North 3126. 
(Advt. p. 550.) 

RAILWAY AND SHIPPING CONTRACTOR. Thurs. 6d. 
Established 1885. 
A special paper for storekeepers and contractors for railways, 
tramways, docks, canals, shipbuilding, Government, and 
other public works. Special teclinioal 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. 1. Tele. Holborn 4650. 

RECORD. Thursday, 2d. 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.C.4. Tele. 
Central 13139. 

REVIEW. Friday, 6(i. Established 1869. 
Principles: Neutral. All matters connected with Life, 
Fire, and Accideiit Insurance world are discussed in its pages, 
reports of meetings, ice. 

Published at 550, Mansion Hoase Chambers, SW, Bucklers- 
bury, E.C.4. 

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. 4. 

SATURDAY REVIEW. 6d. Established Nov. 3, 1855. 
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 Rolls House, Bream's Buildings, London, E.C. 4 
Editorial and Advertisement Office, 10, King Street. Covent 
Owden,W,e.2, Tele. 5235 Gerrard, 8 °^reei. wvent 



SCHOOL GOVERNMENT CHRONICLE. Saturday, id. 
Established February, 1871. 
The School Government Chroiiiele is the official organ for 
Association of Education Committees and National Associa- 
tion of Education Officers. It is read by those engaged in con- 
ducting the educational business of the country. 
Published at 2 and 4, Tudor St., E.C. 4. Tele. Central 10084. 

SCHOOLMASTER. Saturday, \d. 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 Street, K.C, 4. Tele. 
Central 3488. Teleg. Schoolmaster, London. 

SCHOOLMISTRESS. Wednesday, l(i. Estab. Dec, 1881. 
Principles : Neutral. This paper is published to assist 
teachers in their work. 

Published at 149. Fleet Street, E.C.4. Tele. 1648 City. 
Teleg. Schoolmistress, Fleet, London. 

SHIPPING LIST (GENERAL WEEKLY) AND POSTAL 
AND MERCANTILE DIRECTORY. Saturday, id. 
Established 1853. 
Has recorded Ships' movements between Home and Foreign 
ports for 64 years. Its authority with Government departments, 
and in railway, shipping, transport, merchants' and manufac- 
turers' offices is undoubted. The Managing Partner's page of 
current-week memoranda appeals to the notice of the principal. 
Published by E. C. Stephens, St. Mary Axe House, E.G. 3. 
Teleg. Shipping List, Led, London. Tele. Avenue 4079. (Advt. 
p. 650.) 

SHIPPING WORLD. Every Wednesday, 6d. 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 5/tJ>pi?!^ World (Lira.), Effingham House, 
Arundel St., Strand, W.C. 2. Tele, 2381 Gerrard. Teleg. 
Shipping World, London. 

SHOE AND LEATHER NEWS. Thursday, Id. Incor- 
porates the Boot and Shoe Retailer. 
A weekly trade journal dealing with the Shoe, Leather, 
and allied industries in all their branches. It devotes special 
sections to retailers topics and gives practical hints to factory 
managers. 

Published at Spencer House, South Place, London, E.C. 2. 
Tele. London WaU 7004. Teleg. Alshunuise, London. 

SHOE AND LEATHER RECORD. Friday, 2(i. 
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. 2. 

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 at74 to 77, Temple Chambers, Bouverie St., E.C.4. 

Tele. 998 Holborn. Teleg. Journalistic, Fleet. London. 

SKETCH. Wednesday, %d. 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. 2. Tele. Gerrard 120. (Advt., 
p. 549.) 

SOLICITORS' JOURNAL. Saturday, Gd. 
Established 1857. 
Principles : Neutral. Contains a well-digested sum- 
mary of the legal news of the week ; articles on topics 
affecting the interests of the profession ; observations on 
leading decisions and practice in equity and common law. 
PubUshed at 2T, Chancery Lane, W.C. 2, Tele, HolborD 5734, 



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SODTH AFRICA. Saturdar,(U. EgtablishedJanuary 4, 1889. 
Principles: Independent. This paper chronicles and 
diwuxnes events and matters of interest to all connected with 
Suuth Africa. 

Publ ished at 83, Bishopsgate, E .C. 2. Tele. 30 and 31 , London 
Wall. Teleg. Oriflamme, London. 



SOaXH AMERICAN JOURNAL AND BRAZIL AND 
UIVRlt PLATE MAIL. Saturday, 6<;. 
Established November 7, 186.3. 
It is designed to give publicity to all matters affecting the 
prosperity ami progress of South and Central America, Mexico, 
etc., and affords every information calculated to facilitate the 
commercial operations or fin.incial interests of British investors, 
merchants and manufacturers. 

Published at 309-312, Dashwood House, 9, New Broad Street, 
E.G. 2. Tele. Central 5127. 

SPECTATOR. 8aturday,6<J. Established July 6, 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 
mai ntaining its avowed policy 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. 2 Tele. 12491. 
Central. Teleg. Spectator, London. 

SPHERE. Saturday, 7(Z. Established January 26, 1900. 
Incorporates Black and IVhite. 
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. 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, B.C. 4. Tele. 2200 
Holborn. Teleg. Sphere, London. 

SPORTING TIMES. Friday, 2/i. Established 18C5. 
The Sporting Times is a review of sporting intelligence, 
with a selection of news relating to drama, music hall, ana 
other matters of moment. 

Editorial Office : 18, Regent Street, S.W.I. Tele. Gerrard 4798 
Published at 3, Bolt Court, Fleet Street, E.C.4. 

SPORTING WORLD Saturday and Monday, U. 
Established 1879. 
This paper is devoted to horse racing, and contain* all 
the usual features, betting, selections, training reports, fco. 

Published at o. Fetter Lane, S.C, 4. 



STAGE. Thursday, .M. 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. 2. Tele. 
Gerrard 5213 and 2S92. Teleg. Stage, London. 

STATIST. Saturday. 6(i. Established 1878. 
PuiNclPLEs: 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. 4. Tele. City 5258 and 6259. 
Teleg. "Statist," Cent., London. 

STEM UIT BELGIE (DEj (L'Echo de Belgique). 
Friday, 14<i. Established 1914. 
A weekly newspaper giving news in Flemish and French 
of interest to Belitians. 
Published by Belgian News Fund, 21, Russell Square, W.C. 1. 
Tele. Museum 267. 

STOCK EXCHANGE. Wednesday. Subscription 6/6 per 
annum. Established 1887. 
Principles: Independent. A high-class financial iornal, 
oontammg articles, written by well-known authorities, on 
the financial topics of the day. 

o.o."^,"*''®'' *' *' Bridewell Place, Ludgate Circus, E.C. 4 Tele. 
8425 Central. - . > . . tv v 



STOCK EXCHANGE GAZETTE. Thursday, 6<i. E«t.lS01. 
A weekly Journal for investors and their adrisers. 
Published bv Thos. Skinner & Co., 76-81, Gresham House, 
E.C. 2. Tele . Central 2886. 

SUNDAY SCHOOL CHRONICLE AND CHRISTIAN OUT- 
LOOK. Thursday, I W. 
A weekly journal of religious, social and general intelligeno* 
with special educational helps for Sunday School Teachers. 

Published at 57, Ludgate Hill, E.C. 4. Tele. City 8221-8222. 
Teleg. Bookful, Cent, London. 

SURVEYOR AND MUNICIPAL AND COUNTY 
ENGINEER. Friday, 6<i. Established Jan., 1892. 
A weekly illustrated journal for municipal and county 
engineers, surveyors, etc. 

Published at 24, Bride Lane, Fleet St., E.C. 4. Tele. City 
1046. Teleg. Municipium, Fleet, London. 

SYREN AND SHIPPING. Wednesday, U. Estab. 1892. 
An illustrated review of all news of interest to tha 
shipping conimimity. 

Published at 91 and 93, Leadenhall Street, B.C. 3. Tele. 
Avenue 7722. Teleg. Syrenelso, London. 

TABLET. Friday, 5i. Established 1840. The Official 
Organ of the Catholic Church in England. 
A weekly new.'Spaper and review, treating of current topics 
from the Catholic point of view. 
Published by Percy Briggs, 19, Henrietta Street, W.C. 2. 
Tele. Gerrard 2129. 

TATLER. Wednesday, Id. 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. 4. 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, Oough Square, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. Tele. 
Holborn 2267. 

TIMBER, AND WOOD WORKING MACHINERY, 
Saturday, 6rf. Established 1886. 
4. leading weekly journal for wood exporters, importers, 
merchants and consumers. 
Published at 131-3, Middlesex St., B. 1. Tele. Central 7026. 

TIMBER TRADES JOURNAL AND SAW MILL 
ADVERTISER. Saturday, 6(i. Established 1873. 

Contains reli,iblo 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, bankniptciee, &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, 
8-1 1, Paternoster Row, E.C. 4. Tele. City 2580. Teleg. Rider- 
wood, Cent, London. ^Advt., p. eoO.) 

TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT. Thursday, 2d. 
Established 1902. 
Contains prompt and authoritative reviews of all important 
books, and a complete annotated list of the week's publications. 

Published by The Times Publishing Co., Ltd.. Printing-house 
Square, EC. 4. Tele., Holborn 6600. Teleg., Times, London. 

TIMES WEEKLY EDITION. Friday, 2d. 
Established 1877. 
Principles : National and Independent. Circulates largely 
in the Colonies and abroad. Contams a resume of the news of 
the week appearing daily in The Times. 

Published by The Times Publishing Co. Ltd., Printing House 
Square, E.C. 4. Tele., Holborn 6600. Teleg., Times, London. 

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. „- -, , 

Proprietors— The Pitcher Enterprise Co., Ltd., 2/, Tudor 
Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn U. Teleg. Townitop, Fleet, 
London. 



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TRIBUNE CONGOLAISE. Fortnightly, 6j. per aTinuin. 
An Antwerp newspaper which is being published pro- 
Tisionally in London (luring the war. Pays special attention 
to Belgian colonial affairs. 

PubUshed at 29, Dalmeny Avenue, Tufnell Park, N. 7. 

TRUTH. Wednesday, 6d. Established January, 1877. 
Pbinciples : Liberal. Truth has always been famous 
for its fearless and valuable exposures of frauds. 

Published at 10, Bolt Court, Fleet Street. E.C. Advt. OfBces : 
10, Carteret Street, Westminster, S.W. 1. Tele., Victoria 205-G. 

UNITED METHODIST. Thursday, 1(Z. Established 1885. 
Contains all intelligence of interest to United Method- 
ists. 

Published 12, Parringdon Avenue, E.C. 4. Tele., Holborn 
2366. 

TTNITED SERVICE GAZETTE. Thursday, 6rf. 
U Established February 9, 18.S3. 

Principles: Neutral. This paper devotes its columns to 
the interests of our Army and Navy. 

Publishedat 11, Gough Square, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. 2267 
Holborn. 

UNIVERSE. Friday, 2d. Established Dec. 8, 1860. 
Pbisciples : Catholic. This journal is the popular 
organ of the Catholic body in the kingdom. 
Published at Effingham House, Arundel St„ Strand, W.C. 2. 
Tele. Gerrard 9327. 

AR CRY. Tuesday for Saturday, l(i. Established 1880. 
. . Official Gazette of the Salvation Army. 
Published at the Salvation Army Publishing Offices, Judd St. 
King's Cross, W.C.I. Tele., North 3570. 

WEEKLY NOTES. Saturday, e*?. 
Principles : Neutral. Contains decisions of impor- 
tant cases in the Law Courts. 
Published at 10, Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. 2. 



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WEST AFRICA. Saturday, 6(i. Established Feb. 3, 1917. 
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 Africa Publishing Co., Ltd., Temple 
Bar House, 28, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. 

Tele. City 1671. 



WINE AND SPIRIT GAZETTE (" Hai-per's Weekly "). i 
Saturday, 20*. per annum (including Harper's Manual). 
All matters affecting the Wine and Spirit trades are fully 
dealt with. 

Published at 39-40, Crutched Friars, B.C.3. 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. 2. 

Tele. Gerrard 1028. 

WORLD. Tuesday, 6d. 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. 2. 
Gerrard 2595. Teleg. Southernwood, Raud, London. 



Tele. 



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ACHTING WORLD & MARINE MOTOR JOURNAL. 
Thursday, Sd. Established 1893. 
All news interesting to yachtsmen is given. 

Published at 37, Walbrook, E.C. 4. Tele. 13241 Central. 



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ACTON AND CHISWICK EXPRESS. 
Friday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1896. 
Circulates in Acton, Chiswick and the district. 
The Expresg 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, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1868. 
Circulates in Acton, Mill Hill Park, Bedford Park, &c. 
An excellent local and district paper, with full reports ol 
all events in the neighbourhood, and a good selection of news. 
Proprietors— jlfidrf?e«ea! County Tivies Printing and Pub- 
lishing Co. (Lira.), 61, Broadway, Ealing, W. 6. 
Local PublUhiiig Office— \22, Churchfield Road, Acton, W. 3. 

ACTON DISTRICT POST. Friday \d. 
Independent.— Established l'907. 
Circulates in Acton, Bedford Park, Chiswick, Ealing and 
neighbourhood. 

Puin«Aer»— Suburban Newspapers, Ltd., 9-U High Street, 
Acton, W. 3. 

BALHAM AND STREATHAM MERCURY. 
See Mitcham 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. 

Published at 5, Ramsden Road, Balham, S.W. 12. Tele. 
Sydenham 687. 

Peopkibtobs— Neves & Biscoe, Ltd. 



BARNES AND MORTLAKE HERALD. 
CONSBBVATIVB.— Established 1885. 
A reprint of the Richmond Herald 
Office— 16, High Street, Barnes, s!w. 13. 



Saturday, \\d. 



BAYSWATER CHRONICLE. Sat., \d. 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. 2. Tele. 
Park 2448. 

BBTHNAL GREEN NEWS AND SHORBDITCH 
GUARDIAN. Friday evening, \d. 
Principles : Conservative. 

Proprietors — East London Publishing Co. (Ltd.). 
Published at 16, Mile End Road, E. 1. Tele. East 4071. 

BORO' MERCURY. Friday, \d. 
Circulates in Earlsfield and district. 
A localised issue of the Mitcham and Tooting Mercury. 

BOROUGH OF WEST HAM, BAST HAM, AND 
STRATFORD EXPRESS ; WALTHAMSTOW EX- 
PRESS ; LEYTON, LEYTONSTONB & WANSTEAD 
NEWS. Wednesday, ^d. ; Saturday, IJrf. 
Independent. — Established 1864. 

Circulates in Stratford, West Ham, Bast JIam, Leyton, etc. 
Proprietors- Wilson & Whitworth (Ltd.), Stratford, E. 
Tele. East 932. (Advt. p, 548.) 

BOWES PARK WEEKLY NEWS. Saturday, f^d. 
Independent. — Established 1904. 
Deals with the news of Bowes Park, Wood Green, Southgate. 
Palmer's Green, and district. 
Puhlishers-PenioldkSons, 286, High Rd., Wood Green, N. ■21. 

BRIXTON AND LAMBETH GAZETTE. Friday, Jrf. 
Established 1891. 
A local journal for Brixton, Lambeth, Clapham, Heme Hill, 
Stockwell, Kennington, Camberwell, &c. Entirely devoted to 
local news. 
Published by Hartnoll & Son, 50, Robsart St., Brixton, S.W. 
Tele. Brixton 1084. 

BRIXTON AND STREATHAM TIMES. Friday, Id. 
Established 1881. 
One of the South Western Star series. 
Published at 160, Falcon Road, Clapham Junction, S.W. II. 



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BRIXTON FREE I'RESS. Friday, Id. Established 1882. 
(Inoorponitos tho JVoncood Observer, and llerne Hill and 
Diilieirh Iteorder. 

Principles : Neutrnl. A local paper, with special editions 
for Brixton, Clapham and Stroathara. Contains all the local 
and district news, written in a bright interesting stylo. It 
p^f.^ents niiui)' re!»(lal)lc features. 

Published at 429, Itrixton Road, 8.W.9. Tele. 45 Brixton. 
Teleg. Free Press, Bri.xton. 

BROCKLEY AND NEW CROSS BOROUGH NEWS. 
See Lewisham Borough News. (Advt., p. 518). 



•DROCKLEY NEWS. Friday, Irf. 



O Unionist.— Establishftd 1880. 

Circulates in Brockloy, New Cross, St. .John's, Nunhead, 
Honor Oak, Forest Hill, Crofton Park, Hatoham, &c. 

In addition to the local intelligence, a large sjiace is devoted 
to football, athletics, kc. 

Proprietors— South Kastern Press (Lim.), 93, Cranfield 
Road, Brockley, S.E. 4. Tele. New Cross 636. 

OAMBERWELL BOROUGH ADVERTISER. Friday, i<i. 
Independent.— Established 1910. 
Cirjulates in Peckhani, Dulwich, Camberwell and Nunhead. 
Contains the local news and advertisements. 

Publisher — H. II. Greaves, 106, Lordship Lane, East 
Dulwich, S.E. 22. Tele. Sydenham 732. 

OAMBERWELL NEWS. Friday, Id. 
Established December 9, 1876. 
One of the Suiit/t Western Star series. 
Published at 160, Falcon Road, Clapham Junction, S.W. 11. 

CAMBERWELL AND PECKHAM TIMES, SOUTH 
LONDON OBSERVER. Tuesday, Id., and Friday, lj(i. 
Principles: Neutral.— Established 1868. 
The news of Camberwell and Peokliam, Dulwich, Norwood, 
Sydenham, Brixton, Kennington, New Cross, Walworth, 
Southwark, Lambeth, &o., is given in this paper, with a 
selection of general news, extracts, a miscellany, &c. 

Published bvMansellBro8.,84,Church St., Camberwell, S.E.6. 
Tele. Hop 469"l. 

OATKORD JOURNAL. Fridav, 1^. 
Neutral.— Established 1901. 
Circulates i n Catf ord and Bellingliam. 
A reprint of the Lewiaham Journal. (Advt., p, 649.) 

piHINGFORD GUARDIAN. See Walthaimtovi Ouardian. 
r^HISWICK EXPRESS. Set Acton and Chiswiek Express. 

OHISWICK GAZETTE. 
See Acton and Chiswick Gazette, 
OHISWICK TIMES. Friday, Id. 
Independent.— Established March, 1895. 
Circulates in 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. 
Proprietors— F. W. Dimblcby & Sons, 128, High Road, 
Chiswick. Tele. Chiswick 871. 

CLAPHAM AND BALHAM CHRONICLE. Friday, \d. 
Principles: Independent. Established 1881. 
The local journal for Clapham, Balham, Tooting, and 
district. Reportsall meetings of local bodies, &c., and contains 
the police, social, and sporting items of the neignbourhood. 
It is one of the South Western Star serie?. 
Published at 160, Falcon Road, Clapham Junction, S.W, 11. 

CLAPHAM OBSERVER. Friday, l(i. Established 186-5. 
Principles : Neutral. Itcontains the local intelligence of 
Brixton, Clapham, Tooting, Balham, Stockwell, South Lam- 
beth, and the general news. 

Published at 83, High St., Clapham, S.W. 4. Tele. Battersea 
465. Teleg. Clapham Observer. 

CRYSTAL PALACE DISTRICT ADVERTISER. 
Saturday, id. 
Principles : Conservative.— Established 1888. 
Circulates in Sydenham, Upper, West and South Norwood, 
Dulwich, Streatham, Anerley, Pengeand Crystal Pal<ace district 
generally. Gives the important news of the locality in clear 
and readable form. 
Pa6;i»Aer—A.J. Moore, 31, Westow St., Upper Norwood, S.E. 19. 

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. 23. Tele. 
Sydenham 1054. 

DULWICH POST. Incoroorates the Peokham Post, Cam- 
bertoell Post and South London Utercury. 
Saturday, Id. Established 1901. 
Circuliites over South London generally and contains the 
district news, with miscellaneous matter. 
Published at Bassano House, Lordship Lane, S.E. 2. 



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EALING GAZETTE. Saturday, IJrf. 
CONSKRVATiVK.— Established October IS, 1808. 
The news of West Middlesex is fully given by this journal 
and its editorial notes are a feature. 

Pboprietor— John King, 213, Uxbridge Rd., Weit lialing. 
Tele. 1144 Ealing. * 

EAST END NEWS AND LONDON SHIPPING 
C H H O N 1 (J L E. Tuesday and Friday, Jrf- 

Principles: Ind(>pon<lent. Circulates throughout East 
London and in tho neighbourhood of the Docks and water- 
side 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 I.K)ndon vessels, list of vessels lying in river, and 
similar information. 

Published at 44, High St., Poplar, E.14. Tale. fM East. 

EAST HAM ECHO. Fridav, U. 
Established January, 1895. 
Circulates in East Ham, Little Ilford, Manor Park, Plashet, 
Becj^ton, North Woolwich, Upton Park, Forest Gate, Barking, 
and other parts of South Essex and the East End of London. 
A reprint of the West Ilain and South Essex Mail. 

lAST HAM EXPRESS. Wednesday, hd. Saturday, IJrf. 
See Borough of West flam and Stratford Express. 

niASr HAM MAIL. Friday, Id. 
Jli Independent.- Established 1900. 

Circulates in Upton Park, East Ham, Manor Park, Strat- 
ford , &c. 

A reprint of the West Hum and South Essex Mail. 

EAST HAM RECORDER. Friday, \d. 
Neutral.— Established 1899. 
Circulates in East Ham, Barking, Manor Park, Forest Qate 
and Stratford. 

Proprietors— .S'oM<A E»sex Sceorders (Lim.), 37, High 
Street North, East Ham, E. 6. 

EAST LONDON ADVERTISER AND TOWER HAM- 
LETS INDEPENDENT. Friday, Id. Established 1865. 
Principles : 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. Looks. 321, Mile End Rd.. B. I. Tele. 257 
Eastern. Teleg. Advertiser, Mile End. 

EAST LONDON OBSERVER AND TOWER HAMLETS 
AND BOROUGH OF HACKNEY CHRONICLE. 
Friday, Id. Established 1857. 
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 tho Eastern suburbs, and gives 
impartial reports of all local meetings, whether political, 
religious, or parochial. 

Published by Scott, Ady & Co., Ltd., 48, Whitechapel Rd , E. 1. 
Tele. Central 13713. 

EAST LONDON POST. Friday, Id. 
Established October, 1868. 

Principles: 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, i'oplar, 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. 

Proprietors— East London Publishing Co. (Lim.) 

Published at 16, Mile End Road, E. 1. Tele. East 4071. 

EASTERN MERCURY. Established 1887. 
Tuesdays, id. 
Principles: Independent. Leyton, Ley tonstone, West Ham, 
Row, Stratford. Forest Gate, East Ham, Walthamstow, Ching- 
ford, Wanstead, Woodford. Loughton, Epping, Manor Park, 
Ilford, Romford, Barking, Canning Town, &c. 

Published by .1. G. Looks, High Road, Leytonstone. Tel». 699 
Wansteaa. Teleg. Mercury, Leytonstone. 

FINCHLEY PRESS, MUSWELL HILL MERCURY AND 
HIGHGATE POST. Friday, Id. 

Neutral.— Established 1893. 

Circulates in the three Finchleys, Whetstone, Woodside Park, 
Muswell Hill, Oakleigh Park, Friern Barnet and Highgate. 

The Finchley Press is strictly a local paper, and gives all 
the intelligence, meetings, &o., of the district, with special 
features. 

Proprietor and Publisher— B.. W. Simpson. 

Tele, Finchley 322. 

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FINSBUBY WEEKLY NEWS, CLKRKENWBLL 
CHRONICLE AND ST. LUKE'S EXAMINER. Fri- 
day, Id. Established 1867. 

Pmnciples: Liberal. A thorough local paper for the 
large and populous districts of Clerkenwefl, St. Luke's, 
Hozton, Islington, HoUoway, Barnsbury, &c. Fully reports all 
local news. 

Published at 238, Goswell Road, E.C.I, and 198, High Street, 
Camden Town, N.W. 1. Tele. Hampstead 6843. 

TTIOKEST HILL. SYDENHAM & PENGE EXAMINER- 
Jj Friday, id. 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. 23. 
Tele. Sydenham 1054. 

FULHAM CHRONICLE AND WEST LONDON ADVER- 
TISER. Friday, l(i. Established 1887. 
A local and district paper for the large and increasing 
neighbourhood of Fulham, West Kensington, &c. 

Published by C. H. Hall at 474, Fulham Road, Walhain 
Green, S.W. 6. Western 2858. 



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ULHAM OBSERVER. Friday Irf. 
See West London Obserter. 



GREENWICH AND DEPTFORD BOROUGH NEWS- 
Friday, Id. 
See Lewitham Borough A^ews, (Advt. p. 648.) 

HACKNEY AND KINGSLAND GAZETTE. Monday, 
Wednesday, and Friday, Id. 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.8. 

HACKNEY AND STOKE NEWINGTON RECORDER 
Friday, Id. 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 appears in its pages. 
Pubhshed at 31, Church Street, Stoke New'n^ton N 16 
Tele. Dalston 787. 

HACKNEY SPECTATOR. Monday and Friday, id 
Independent. Established 1901 . j' ■! ■ 

Circulates in North and North-East London. 

PubU8hedat44,Anihurst Road, Hackney, E. 8. Tele DalK 
tonl4.')3. (Advt. p. 506.) >> '^■'>- lue. uals- 

HAMPSTEAD AND HIGHGATE EXPRESS AND 
HAMPSTEAD GARDEN SUBURB AND GOLDPirs 
.GREEN NEWS. Sat.ljd. Established 1860 °^^^ ^ 
A journal for the large district of North- West London 
It IS exclusively devoted to the interests of the neighbourhoods 
ImpTt™' ''°''^"'' full reports of all local events of any 
Tele^H^tst'eld'TSl"^ * ^''•' ^'^'^ «'• ^'^rn^.i^.d. N.W.3. 

H^S^!.t"4a^u^^e"p'i?tTof^1ocS^t''ws^^^^;^««^ 
ments are well written and impartial ^- "^ •="'"• 

Published by United Metropolitan Press IM 19 PUoi nr „ 

?eirdsS6i4^'^ ''''^^^^ s':^cii&afy!^^?^- 

wISSaltSfl& '"-' ^™'ior H^a^r^^p»,Vt«lbn.s 
Kfl^^^!^%'l IrilatpfS'^r- ''• ^"^^^^ «oad, 

HITHER GREEN JOURNAL. Friday U^ 
Neutbal. Established 1901 , *^' ^i**- 

Peinciples: Liberal Thn «nit 
tant dbtricts of Holbora, FinsbS^ ^ifl^^"" ^S' '^« i-^Por- 
Clerkenwell, and the S rand UnTin anH '^"■'■^' ^*- «"««. 
Borough Council and local hews Vh./j ^"T" »>' the 
aervedly popular throughout its distriotht^'^'''*"''* '* de- 
'^?Pi?.H.»?'*'"P'''^«'^<'Port8 t gives XlM ''*?'°'» o* ^^^ 

Published at 149, High'^Holborn w C i """J ^'"'''^*- 
8treet,Can,denTown,N.W.l. TeTe. HampsterdVf ' ^'^^^ 



HOLLOWAY PRESS. Friday, Id. 
Peinciples: Independent.— Established 1872. 
Circulates in Holloway, Harringay, Islington, Hornsey, 
Crouch End, Muswell Hill, Highgate, and the surrounding 
neighbourhood. It gives full reports of the proceedings at 
the local boards, and all the local news. 

Published at 449, Holloway Road, N.7. Tele. 1554 North. 
Teleg. Press, Holloway. 

HORNSEY AND FINSBURY'pARK JOURNAL, AND- 
MUSWELL HILL STANDARD. Friday, Ud. 
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, 4. Tele. 1652 North. 

INDICATOR. Daily (except Saturdays) id. 
Established 1867. 
Pbinciples : Independent. Contains the local news of 
Paddington, Marylebone, Kilburn, Kensington, Notting Hill, 
and Kensal Town. Full reports of local news are given. 
Published at 299. Harrow Road, W. 9. (Advt. p. 549.) 

rSLINGTON DAILY GAZETTE AND NORTH LONDON 
L TRIBUNE. Daily, 3 a.m., Saturday excepted, W. 
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, Qough Square, E.G. 4; 
10, High St., Islington, N. 1. 63. Suven Sisters' Road, N. 7, and 
157b, Stoke Newington Road, N. 16. 

Tele. 5,651 Central. Teleg. Troublous, London. 

ISLINGTON GUARDIAN AND NORTH LONDON 
OBSERVER. Friday, Id. Liberal. 
An old established and complete weekly newspaper. 
Published at 320, Upper Street, Islington, N. 1, and 19S, High 
Street, Camden Town, N.W.I. Tele. Hampstead 6843. 

TSLINGTON NEWS AND HORNSEY GAZETTE. 
J- Friday, lid. Established Oct., 1877. 

Principles : Independent. The J^ems gives full reports of 
local meetings and events of interest to these extensive 
parishes. It has earned the reputation of being an excellent 
femily newspaper, largely through the able manner in which 
it deals with all topics of interest in its area. 

Published at 10. Gough Square, E.C. 4, 10, High Street, 
Islington, N. 1, 63, Seven Sisters' Road, N. 7, and 167B, Stoke 
Newington Road, N. 16. 

Tele. 5651 Central. Teleg. Troublous. London. 

KENSINGTON NEWS AND WEST LONDON TIMES. 
Friday, l^d. 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 by James Wakeham & Co.,Lim., 118, Church Street. 
Kensington, W. 8. Tele. Park 4730. 

KENTISH INDEPENDENT, KENTISH MAIL, WOOL- 
WICH JOURNAL, CHARLTON GAZETTE, GREEN- 
WICH AND DEPTFORD OBSERVER AND CHRONICLE. 

Friday (10 or 12 pages) IJrf. 

Independent.— Established 1843. 

Circulates extensively in Woolwich, Plumstead, Shooter's 
Hill, Chariton, Eltham, Bexlev Heath, Hlackheath, Greenwich. 
Deptford, Abbey Wood, Belvedere, Erith and Dartford. 
Throughout North-West Kent. 

Proprietor— George Neves, Wellington Street, Woolwich, 
S.E. 18. Tele. Woolwich 457. 

KENTISH MERCURY. Friday, IJA 
Conservative.— Established 1833. 
Circulates in the boroughs of Greenwich, Deptford, 
Lewisham, and Woolwich, and throughout the Western 
Division of the County of Kent. 

Proprietors— Merritt & Hatcher (Lim.),6 to 14, Blackheath 
Road, Greenwich, S.E. 10, and 2, Grocers Hall Court, Cheap- 
side, E.C. 2. Tele. London Wall 6373. Tele. Greenwich 1. 

KILBURN TIMES. Friday, IJrf. 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 Rd., Kilburn, N.W. 6. 

LEE JOURNAL. Friday, llgd. 
Neutral.— Established 1899. 
Circulates in Lee, Blackheath, Burnt Ash and Grove Park. 
Pbopeietors— Lewisham Newspaper Co., Ltd., 392, High 
Road, Lee, S.E. 13. Tele. Lee Green 174. (Advt., p. 649.) 



LONDON SUBURBAN NEWSPAPERS. 



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LEWISUAM BOROUaH NEWS. Friday. Id. 
INDEPKNDEXT.— Established (as the LemuKam Indr- 
peniliHt) in 1889. 

Circulntcs ii\ Lewisham aad tlie extensive district by which 
it is Burroiiniled. 

The linrmigh Newi is a thoroughly good local paper and 
is full of the iHiws of the district. Issues several reprints for 
neighbouring boroughs. 

PnoPitiKTOKS — Lewitham Borough New» Printing Co. Ltd., 
lOd, Hither Qreen Lane, Lewisham, S.E. 13, Tele. Lee Oreen 
4;t7. (Advt. p. 548.) 

LEWISUAM .lOUUNAL. Friday. IR 
Neutral.— KsUvblished 1902. 
Circulates in Lewisham, liadywell and Brockloy. 
Issues special editions for Oatford, Hither Oreen and Lee. 
Propriktoks — The Lewisham Newspaper Co. (Ltd.), 
Lee, S.E. 12. Tele. Lee Green 174. (Advt., p. 519.) 

LEWISHA.M. LEE, OATFORD AND HITHER GREEN 
ADVKKTISKH. Friday, Jrf. 
Circulates in a largo suburban district with a good residential 
population. 

Published at 71, Dartmouth Road, Forest Hill, S.E. 23. Tele. 
.SyilenhiiMi 10") I. 

LEYTON EXPRESS AND INDEPENDENT. Friday 
evening, \d. 
INDEPENDKNT.— Established 1876. 
Circulates extensively in the -surrounding districts. 
A reprint of the Leytoiistone Expnsa una Independent. 

LEYTONSTONE EXPRESS AND INDEPENDENT, 
Saturday, \d. 

Independent.— Esttiblished 1876. 

Circulates in the Leyton, Leytonstone, Wanstead, Woodford 
and \V'est 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 newspaiKsr. 

Issues special editions for Forest Gate, Leyton, Wanstead, 
West Ham and Woodford. 

PvblU/un — .r. G. Looks, High Road, Leytonstone. Tele. 
Wanstead 599. Teleg. Independent, Leytonstone. 

MABYLEBONE MERCURY AND WEST LONDON 
GAZETTE. Saturday, Id. Established 1857. 
PrIncIvlis : Conservative. It is a district paper for the 
parishes of St. Matylebone, Puddington, St. Pancras, St. George's, 
Hanover Square, St. John's Wood, &c. 

Published at 65, Weymouth Street, Marylebone, W.l. Tele. 
Willesden 1188. 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. 

l\blij<hrrs — J. H. Johnson, Ltd., 159, Seymour Place, Maryle- 
bone Road, N. W. 1. Tele. Paddington 2236. 

MARYLEBONE TIMES AND INDEPENDENT. 
Friday, Id. Establi-ihed 1884. 
A local paper for Marylebone, Paddington, and St. Pancras, and 
contains all the district news. 

Published at 4, Cambridge Avenue, Kilbarn, N.W. 6. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY TIMES AND WEST MIDDLE- 
SEX HERALD. Wednesday and Saturday, IJd. 
Established 1842. 
Circulates through Ealing, Brentford, Hanwell, Southall, 
Staines, Acton, Chiswlck, Shepherd's Bush, Hounslow, &c. 

Proprietors — Middlesex County Times Printing and Pub- 
, lishing Company (Ltd.), Ealing, W. 5. (Advt., p. 649.) 

MITCHAM AND COLLIERS' WOOD GAZETTE. 
Friday, U. 
Contains all the week's news of Mitcham and district. 
Published at 130, High Street, Tooting, S.W. 17. Tele. 
' Streatham 119. 

MITCHAM AND TOOTING MERCURY. Friday, id. 
Established 1904. 
, A family newspai)er for the district of Mitcham and Tooting. 
I Publishn—U. J. Hedges. 
' Ojjlc*— 113, High St., Tooting, S.W.17. Tele. Streatham 1150. 

MDSWELL HILL RECORD. Friday, \d. 
Circulates in Muswell Hill, Hiijligato, Fiuchley, Hom- 
!, sey. Crouch End, Wood Greeu, Southgate and Friern Barnet, 
! and gives the local news of these districts. 

Pboprietors— W. B. Cummins, Ltd., 18, The Broadway, 
Maswell Hill, N. 10. Tele. Hornsey 395. 



VTKW CROSS, BROCKLKY AND DBPTKOBD FBBB 

i>l PRESS. Pridaj;, U. EsUbllshed IflOO. 

The ?\"«i^»M circulates in Orofton Park. Brockley, New CroM, 
and Deptford. Gives the local news of the districts named. 
Published at 71, Dartmouth Road, Forest Hill, B.B.23. Tale. 

Sydenham 1064. 

"VrORTH LONDON GUARDUN. Friday, \d. 
i-N Establinhed 1881. 

The local news of Stoke Newington, South Hornsey, Hack- 
ney, Clapton, and North London Renerally. 

Published at :), Uarnham Street, Stoke Nowington, N. 16. 

VrORTH MIDDLESEX CHRONICLE. Friday, \d. 
LN Established March, 1868. 

Pbincipleb : Liberal. This paper represents the interests of 
the Northern parishes and suburbs of London. 

Published at Swanley St., Islington Green, N. 1. Tele. North 
3794. Teleg. Penfold, Islington. 

VTORWOOD NEWS. Friday, \d. Established 1868. 

LN Circulateslargely 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. 

PuOPBIETORS— Neves & Biscoc, Ltd., Belvedere Road, Upper 
Norwoo<l, S.E. 19. Tele. Sydenham, 687. 

■NTTORWOOD PRESS AND DULWICH ADVERTISER. 
L> Saturday, gratis ; Extra copies, Irf. 

Neutral— Establislied 1882. 

Circulates in Norwood, Dulwich, and the district. 

The local and district news of the neighbourhood is fully 
and well reported. 

i>M*i«A«r»— Truslove i Bray, Ltd. Knight's Hill, West 
Norwood, S.E. 27. Tele. Streatham 1835. 

XrORWOOD REVIEWS CRYSTAL PALACE REPORTER. 
IN Saturday, Id. 

Independent,— Established January, 1880. 

Circulates in Norwood and the Crystal Palace district, also 
in Anerley, Dulwich, Sydenham, Thornton Heath, and Tutse 
Hill. 

The Rfviem is a high-class paper, containing well-written 
articles of local importance, with full and accurate reports of 
meetings and other local information. 

Pboprietou— R. Morgan, 65, Westow St., Norwood, 8.B. 19. 
Tele. Sydenham 1253. 

XrOKWOOD WEEKLY HERALD. Saiurday, Ji. 
LN Neutral.- Established 1889. 

Circulates in South Norwood, Selhurst, Woodside, Thornton 
Heath, and district, including the 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. 

Pboprietors— Coventry & Son, 26, Station Road, South 
Norwood, S.E. 25. 

NORWOOD WEEKLY RECORD. Saturday, ii. 
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. 
NOTE. — This paper is suspended during the War. 
Publiahera—Vrxntoma., Ltd., 26, Station Road, Soath Nor- 
wood, S.E. Tele. Croydon 138. 

PADDINGTON GAZETTE AND WEEKLY REOISTBR. 
Saturday, Id. Established December 21, 1895. 
A local paper for Paddington, Bayswater, Maida Vale, West 
Kilburn, Netting Hill, Ken-sal Green, &c. 

Published at 10, Sutherland Avenue, Harrow Road, W. 9. 
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 Sc Co., Manor House, Willesden, 
N.W. 10. Tele. Willesden 1188. 

PADDINGTON TIMES. Fridav, \d. 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, Kilburn, N.W. 6. 

PALMKRS GREEN AND SOUTHGATE GAZETTE. 
Saturday, \d. 
Circulates throughout Palmers Green, Southgate and Winch- 
more Hill. The recognised medium for official advertisements. 
Pboprietors — Meyers, Brooks k. Co., Ltd., Enfield, 
Middlesex. Tele. Enfleld 170. 



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PKNGE, ANBRLEY AND SYDENHAM NEWS. 
Friday. U. Established 1868. 
Contains full reports of all matters of interest in the I'eiige 
and Anerley districts. 

Proprietors— Neves & liiscoc, Ltd., Belvedere Kd., Upper 
Norwood, S.E. ly. Tele. Sydenham 687. 

PENGE AND ANERLEY PRESS. Saturday, Ji. 
Neutral. — Established 1883. 
Circulates largely in Anerley, Penge, and district. 
A local news and advertising sheet. 
Puhlisher—P. B. Beddow, Station Road, Anerley, S.E. 
Tele. Sydenham 490. 

PIONEER. Friday, Id. Labour.— Established 190t. 
Gives full and impartial reportsof the news of Woolwich. 
Publulier—W. Barefoot, 3, New Road, Woolwich, S.E. 18. 
Tele. Woolwich 262. 

PUTNEY NEWS-LETTER. Alternate Saturdays, Id. 
Neutral. Established 1909. 
A smartly conducted journal containing the news of Putney, 
Barnes and Roehampton In a condensed and readable form. 

Propbietor— Percy S. Cleave, 162, High St., Putney, S.W. 16. 
Tele. Putney 168. 

QUEEN'S PARK ADVERTISER. Thursday, id. 
Established 1881. 
Circulates in Queen's Park, Harrow Road, and North 
Padding ton. 

Proprietors— Salmond & Co., The Manor House, Willes- 
den, N.W. 10. Tele. Willesden 1188. 

RICHMOND AND TWICKENHAM TIMES. Saturday, Ud. 
Independent. — Established May, 1873. 
Circulates in Richmond. East Sheen, St. Margaret's, 
Twickenham, T'eddington, Petersham, Brentford, Isleworth, 
Hounslow, Chiswick, Mortlake, Barnes, Kew, &c. 

Proprietohs— F. W. Dimbleby Sc Sons, 14. King Street, 
Richmond. Tele. Richmond 63. 

RICHMOND HERALD. Saturday, IJrf. 
Conservative. — Established 1886. 
Circulates in Richmond, Kew, Barnes, Mortlake, Peteraham, 
Brentford, Twickenham, &c. 
Issues a special edition for Barnes and Mortlake. 
Proprietors— R. W. Simpson and Co. (Lim.), 70, Sheen 
Eoad, Richmond, Surrey. 

ST. PANGEAS CHRONICLE. Thursday for Friday, Id. 
Established 1899. 
Circulates throughout the Borough of St. Panoras, Camden 
and Kentish 'Towns, Somers Town, King's Cross, Euston, 
Regent's Park, Gospel Oak, Chalk Farm, Tufnell Park, High- 
gate, etc. 

Published at 198, High Street, Camden Town, N.W. 1. Tele. 
Hampstead 6843. (Advt., p. 660.) 

ST. PANCRAS GAZETTE. Friday, Id. 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. Widdicombe, 80, High St., Camden 
Town, N.W. 1. Tele. Mayfair 2188. 

ST. PANCRAS GUARDLA.N AND CAMDEN AND KENT- 
ISH TOWN REPORTER. Friday, Id. Established 1857. 
Principles: Independent. This papercirculatesin all the 
districts of St. Pancras, Kentish Town, and Camden Town, and 
in the Northern suburbs of London, and gives the whole of 
the news in an excellent and well-arranged style. 

Published at 4, Cambridge Avenue, Kilburn, N.W. 6, and 
59, Camden Road, N.7. 

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, Isling- 
ton, Finsbury, and the neighbourhood. 

NOTE.- — This paper is suspended during the War. 
Published at 2, Mitre Court, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. 

SOUTH EASTERN HERALD. Friday, \d. 
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. 10. Tele. Greenwich 1463. 



SOUTH LONDON OBSERVER, CAMBERWELL AND 
PECKHAM TIMES. Tuesday and Friday. 
Established 1868. 
See Cambericell and Peckham Times. 

SOUTH LONDON PRESS. Friday, lid. 
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 
Ro!id, Elephant and Castle, S.E.I. Tele. Hop. 2662. 

SOUTH WESTERN STAR. Friday, IJrf. Established 1877. 
Principles : Independent. Reports fully all local 
councils, boards, meetings and institutions of Battersea, Clap- 
ham Junction, Wandsworth, &o., irresi)ective of party, and 
contains full accounts of the law, police, sports, pastimes, &o. 
Published at 160, Falcon Road, Clapham Junction, S.W. 11. 

QOUTHWARK AND BERMONDSEY RECORDER AND 
O SOUTH LONDON GAZETTE. Friday, lj(i. Estab. 1868. 

Principles: Neutral. Contains the local news of the 
Boroughs of Southwark, Bermondsey, Rotherhithe, Deptfoid, 
and adjoining districts. 

Published at35, Dockhead, Tooley St., S.E. 1. Tele. Hop 894. 

STRATFORD EXPRESS. Wednesday, id. Saturday, lid. 
See Borough of West Ham, East Ham and Stratford 
Express, 

STREATHAM NEWS AND BOROUGH OF 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. 16. Tele. Streatham 475. 

SYDENHAM AND FOREST HILL BOROUGH NEWS. 
See Lewisham Borovyh News. (Advt., p. 518.) 

SYDENHAM, FOREST HILL, AND PENGE GAZETTE. 
Friday, lj(i. 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. 26. Tele. Sydenham 375. (Advt., 
p. 549.) 

SYDENHAM REVIEW AND CRYSTAL PALACE RE- 
PORTER. Saturday, \d. 
One of the Norwood Review Series. 

Publisher— U. Morgan, 66, Westow St., Norwood, S.E. 19. 
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 Shepjjerton. 
Proprietors — F. W. Dimbleby & Sons, 14, King Street, 
Richmond, S.W. Tele. Richmond f 3. 

q-'OGTING AND BALHAM GAZETTE. Friday, \d. 
1 Contains all the week's news of Tooting & Balham district. 
Published at 130, High Street, Tooting, S.W. 17. Tele. 
Streatham 119. 

TOTTENHAM AND EDMONTON HERALD,AND NORTH 
MIDDLESEX ADVERTISER. Friday, lid. 
Neutral.- Established 1861. 

Circulates in Tottenham, Edmonton, Enfield, Stoke Newing- 
ton, Waltham Abbey, Hornsey, Stamford Hill, and North 
Middlesex generally. 

Gives full reports of events of interest connected with the 
whole of North Middlesex. 
Proprietors — Crusha i; Son. Tele. Tottenham 1720. 

TOTTENHAM, EDMONTON, AND WOOD GREEN 
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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WICKENHAM HERALD. See Richmond Herald. 



WALTHAMSTOW AND LEYTON WEEKLY HERALD. 
Friday, Iff. Established 1911. 
Carries the local news of this large and ))opulou8 district. 
NOTE. — This paper is suspended during the War. 
Published at 396a, Hoe Street, Walthamstow, E. 17. 



LONDON SUBURBAN NEWSPAPERS. 



WALTHAMSTOW KXPKKSS. Saturday, I Jrf. 
See Borough of West Uam, k'aat Ham and Stratford 
Kjcpreat. (Advt., p. fliS.) 



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ALTHAMSTOW, LKYTON, EPPING FOREST DIS- 

TUICr, AND OHINUKOKD GUARDIAN. Friday.Hd. 

Neutral.— Estalilished 1870. 

CirouliUcs in Waltlmiuiitow, Leyton, Ijoytoustone, Wanstead, 

Woodford, Chingford, Tottenham, Clapton, Hackney, and 

Stratford. Gives the local intelligence and fully reports all 

J subjects of local interest. 

Propbiktous — \i'alth/i»uttow ami Lei/ton Ouardian News- 
piper Co., Ltd., 209, Hoe St., Walthamstow.E. 17. (.\dvt., p. 550.) 

TTTANDSWORTH BOROUGH NEWS. Friday, \d. 
VV OoNSEiiVATlVK.— Kstablished 1884. 

Circulates in Wandsworth, Putney, Roehampton, Wimbledon 
Park, Karl.stleht, Clapham, Battersea, Balham, Tooting, and 
Streatham, which are comprised in the borough. The A'ew» is 
awell-edited local paper, containing all the newsof the district. 

Published at 88, East Hill, Wandsworth, S.W. 18. 

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 surroun(iing places. 
A reprint of the Leytonstone Expreat and Inde'pendent. 

WEST HAM AND SOUTH ESSEX MAIL. Friday, Id. 
Independent.— Established October, 1899. 
Circulates in the Parliamentary divisions of West Ham, 
and the East Ham and Ilt'ord divisions of Essex. 
Issues separate editions for East Ham and Barking. 
O/ftcc— 81a, High Street North, East Ham, E. 6. 

WEST HAM EXPRESS AND INDEPENDENT. 
Saturday, Id. 
A reprint of the Leytonatone Express and Independent, 

WEST KENT ARGUS. Friday, J(f. 
Conservative.— Established 1894. 
It reports fully all local events, and is noted for its 
originality and earliest sources of information. 

PuoPRlETORS-South Eastern Pre.ss (Ltd.), 139, Greenwich 
Road, S.E. 10. Tele. Greenwich 1453. 

WEST LONDON OBSERVER. Friday, 1(«. 
Principles ; Independent. Established 1855. 
A local newspaper for t^ulham, Walham Green, and West 
Kensington. It contains the fullest local and district news. 

Published at IC, Queen Street, Hammersmith, W. Fulham 
Office : Observer Hou.sc, Broadway, Walham Green, S.W. 6. 
Tele. Hammersmith 1431. Teleg. Observer, Hammersmith. 

WEST LONDON POST. Incorporates the Shepherd's 
Bush and Hamnursmith Gazette and West London News. 
Fridays. Id. E.stablished 1909. 
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. 3. 

WEST LONDON PRESS AND CHELSEA NEWS. 
Friday, Id. 
Incorporating The Wen Middlesex Adoertiacr and Chelsea Mail. 
Pkinciples : Independent. Established 1857. 
Published by Charles .1. Corkran, 123A, King's Road, 
Chelsea, S.W. 3. Tele. Western 2857. 

EST LONDON REPORTER. Friday, \d. 
PaiNClPLES: Conservative. Established 1879. 
Published at 204, Hammersmith Road, W. 6. 

WESTMINSTER MAIL. Saturday, \d. 
Principles: Conservative. Established 1900. 
This paper circulates throughout the City of Westminster. 
Published at 65, Weymouth Street, W.l. Tele.WUlesden 1188. 

WESTMINSTER AND PIMLICO NEWS. Friday, U. 
Established as the Chelsea Nems in 1857. 
Published at 42, Tachbrook Road, Pimlico, S.W. 1. 
Tele : Western 2857. 

WESTMINSTER RECORD & WEST LONDON NEWS. 
Saturday, Id. 
Principles : Independent. Established 1916. 
Circulated throughout the City of Westminster, including 
the districts of Pimlico, Soho and the Strand. Is a well 
printetl and well arranged weekly journal, giving an excellent 
summary of the local district news. 

Publishers— J. H. Johnson, Ltd., 159, Seymour Place, 
Marylebone Road, S.W. 1. Tele. Paddington 2236. 



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WILLESDEN CALL. Friday, Id. 

HOCIAMHT. Eiitablished 1918. 
Devoted to the interests of the local Labour and Socialist 
party. 

Publishers— yi\i.\e9A<ia Labour Press, Ltd., 236, High BoxL 
Kilburn, N.W.6. Tele. Hampstead 1952. 

WILLESDEN CHRONICLE AND HERALD. Friday 
IJrf. Established 1877. 

Conservative. Circulates extensivelv in Willesden, Har- 
lesden, Stonebridge, Willci<den Green, Brondesbury, Kensal 
Green, Cricklewood, Neasden, &c. 

It contain.^ all the news of these localities, with full reports 
of the iiroceedings of the various administrative bodies, and of 
all public niootings. 

Office— i, Cambridge Avenue, Kilburn, N.W.6, and 66, High 
Ud., Willesden Green. 

WILLESDEN CITIZEN. Friday, Id. 
Liberal and Prooressive— Established 1903. 
Circulating in Harlesden, Willesden Green, Kilburn, Crickle- 
wood, Brondesbury, Konsal Rise, Stonebridge, &c. 

The Oiti:en is a bright, familr journal. It gives all the 
numicipal, religious, social, and other local news, and is smartly 
edited. 

Proprietors— Salmond & Co., Manor House, Willesden, 
N.W. 10. Tele. Willesden 1188. 

TTTIMBLEDON BORO' NEWS. Saturday, \^d. 
VV 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 athletic news of 
all kinds. 

Pkophietoks— W. H. Stoakley & Co. 

WIMBLEDON AND MERTON MERCURY. 
See Miioham and Tooting Mercury. 

WIMBLEDON HERALD. Friday, \d. 
Conservative.— Established 1878. 
Circulates in the Wimbledon parliamentary division. 
A local newspaper for the district, containing also a selection 
of general news. 
Proprietors— W. Pile (Lim.). (Advt., p. 570.) 

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.15. 

WOODFORD ADVERTISER. Saturday, Id. 
Independent. — Established 1906. 
Circulates throughout the Epping Forest parishes. 
Proprietor— If. Hickman, 1, St. Thomas' Terrace. May- 
bank Road, South Woodford. 

VTTOODFORD EXPRESS AND INDEPENDENT. 
VV Saturday, \d. 

A reprint of the Leytonstonc Express and Independent. 

WOODFORD TIMES. Friday, 2d. 
Independent.— Established April, 1867. 
Gives the local news of Woodford, Buckhurst Hill, Lou^hton, 
Chingford, Chigwell, Wanstead and the Epping Forest district 
generally. 
Proprietor— C. S. Jones, High St., Woodford Green, Essex. 

WOOD GREEN SENTINEL. Friday, jd. 
Established 1895. 
" A pleasant newspaper, entirely local." 
Published at 87, Trinity Road, Wood Green, N. 

WOOD GREEN & SOUTHGATE WEEKLY HERALD, 
AND PALMER'S GREEN AND DISTRICT 
ADVERTISER. Friday, hd. 
Independent. Gives full reports of local events. 
Circulates in Wood Green, Palmer's Green, Southgate and 
Winchmore Hill. 
Proprietors— CrushaJc Son. Tele. Tottenham 1720. 



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/ OOLWICH GAZETTE. (See Plumstead Seirs and 
Woohoieh Gazette, Plumstead.) 

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." 

Pbopribtoks — South Eastern Press (Lim.), 6, Wellington 
Street, 'Woolwioh, S.E. 18. Tele. Woolwich 502. 



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Bristol Times ^ Mirror. 

THE LEADING MORNING PAPER OF THE WEST OF ENGLAND. 



Head Office— ST. STEPHEN ST., BRISTOL. London Office- 185, FLEET ST., E.C. 4. 
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 constantly increasing. It is the recognised medium for the 
insertion of Government, Legal and County Official Advertisements, Legal Announcements and sales 
by auction, and its readers being influential and wealthy the Times and Mirror Financial Articles, 
Prospectuses and Company Reports, are in keeping with its reputation. 

Evening Times G Echo. 

Circulation more than three times that of any other Evening Paper 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 

IN THE 

Brfetol Times and Mirror or The Evening Times and Echo. 



ADVERTISEMENTS IN SINGLE COLUMN. 

Measured by Space Occupied. 



Reports of Company Meetings - - 1/3 Per Line. 

Public Company Prospectuses. \ 1/- 
Imperial and Municipal Loans. J Per Line. 

I Notices of Every Description emanating 
from Government, County, Municipal, 
I District or Parish Council, Poor Law or 
I Educational Authorities. 

Election Advertisements, Statutory and 
other Legal Notices, Partnerships, Licens- 
ing and Registration Advertisements. 




Notices of Every Description emanating 
from Corporate Bodies, Public Institu- 
tions, Federations, Railways, Bankers, 
Gas, AVater, and Insurance Companies. 

Notices relating to Public Meetings, 
Regulation of Prices, Closing of Transfer 
Books, and Personal Notices. 



( Sales by Auction or Private Treaty, 

gj Appeals, lasts of Subscriptions and 

Per Une. { ^«K°o*ledgnients, Publishers' Lists, 

Regimental Orders, Properties to be Sold 

( or Let (displayed). 



Advertisements as above in double column form, 
double rates plus 25%. 



DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Page:— Once, £60 ; Twice, @ £40; Tliree Times, @ £30. 
Half-page:— Once, £40; Twice, @ £25; 

Three Times, @ £20. 

(No farther redaction allowed for series). 

Type Display ; per inch per insertion. 

Blocks 25% extra. 



Insertions. 


Sing 


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Double Column. 






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Next Matter, 25% extra ; Top of Column and next 
Matter, 50% extra. 

Leader Page and Next Matter, 100% extra. 

Paragraph Advertisements, under and next News, 

Double the above Single Column rates. 
All Contracts to be completed within six months. 



Wanted, To Let, For Sale, &c., 12 words, Sixpence. 
Births, Marriages, Deaths, are One Penny per word. 



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(BNOIiAMD and WALBS.) 
TOWNS WHBEE PDBLISHBD ALPHABETICALLY AREANOKD, 



A. B E nCA-VlX .—{Afonmout/uhire.) 

Abcrcarn li a siuaU town about 10 iiUli*s from Newport. ExtflQiive colUeriei 
and coke works are in the Tlelnity. PopuUtlon (IBU) 16.44fi. Paper for th» 
district — 

ABERCARN AND RISCA WEEKLY ARGUS. 
Friday, \d. 
A localised edition of the South Wales Weekly Argus, 
Newport. (Advt., p. 669.) 

4. H K R D A IK Wi,— (Glamorganshire.) 

Tlii^ M ;i Ur^'e iin.l popiitims pArlsh ia the couoty ; tlie inliablMntabelagco* 
^'!i^i-<l til miitinff and aKriculcure. There ari) cnllierius, tlnworks, aoU 
hnckwurks at Aherdare. Populatiou (1911) 80.8M.— i*ai)<ir« for the 
dihtrict— 

ABBRD.ARE AND MOUNTAIN ASH EXPRESS. 
Saturday, lirf. 
LiBKKAL.— Established 1864. 

Circulates in the Aberdare Valley from Hirvrain to Aberoynon. 
A localized edition of the Merthyr Express. (Advt., p. S64.) 

ABERDARE POST. Wednesday afternoon, id. 
LiBBRAL.— Established 1906. 
The Post devotes its space wholly to local news and com- 
ments, and gives full and impartial reports, 

Pbopuiktobs— Davies Brothers. 

ABERDARE LEADER. Thursday, IJi. 
Independent. Established 1861. 
Circulates throughout the Aberdare and Mountain Ash 
districts, also Glyn Neath and Pontypridd. 

Pbopribtobs — Pugh and Rowlands. 

DARIAN (The Shield). Tuesday, Hd. 
Radical. — Established 1875. 
Circulates in South Wales and Monmouthshire. 
The only undenominational paper in South Wales, printed 
in Welsh. 
Pbopbietobs— Tarian Printing & Publishing Co., Ltd. 



FOUNTAIN ASH- POST. Thursday, id. 



A reprint of the Aheraare Pott wi 
he Mountain Ash district. 

Pbopbietobs— Davies Brothers. 



J' 
tn special local news 



Abergavenny is a flourishing and rapidly-Increasing town. Its markets 
which are among the most important in Motiniouthshire and the 
Principality, are ttie bitsiness resorc of the population of an exteiiaive 
milling district, and the agriculturists of Monmouthshire, Hereford 
shire, and Breconshire. Population (L911) 'AJbU.— Paper for the districi— 

ABERGAVENNY CHRONICLE. Friday, \\d. 
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. 

Phopbiktors — M. Morgan k Co. 

h.1i^H.GH&luJ&.— {Denbighshire. ) 

A market-town, live stock sales centre, and sea-bathing place, with a popu- 
lation, incladinc Pensarn of (idU) 2,I2L --Papers for the dUtriet— 

ABERGELE AND PENSARN TIMES AND VISITORS' 
RECORD. Saturday, JcT. 
Non-Political, Unsectauian. 

Circulating in Abergele and Peusam, Llanddulas, St. George, 
Towyn, Llanfairtalhaiam, Llansannan, Bettws, Dolwen, Rhyd- 
y-Foel, Bodelwyddan, &c. 

PBOPRlETORft— Egerton Leigh Ic Co. 

ABERGELE AND PENSARN VISITOR. Friday, id. 
Neutral.- Established 1856. 
Circulates in Abergele, Pensarn, Rhyl, Colwyn Bay, Llan- 
ddulas, Llysfaen, Llanfair T. H., Llangernyw, Llannefydd, St 
George, Towyn, Bettws, Rhydyfoel, and the neighbourhood. 

Proprietors— Roberts Bros. 



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BERGELE AND NORTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS. 
See Mortk iVales Weekly Newt, Conway. 



A B E KTI ME B Y.— {.l/o»w<M«<A«AtVe.) 

A lart{>' and rapldly-incroaiilnK town.surroiindt-d by a lar^c niitnbor of eoal 
mint's, tin-plate worka.&o. PoimlatioD (1911)3},425.— /Vperi/ortAe distrim~ 

ABERTILLERY WEEKLY ARGUS. Friday, Id. 
Liberal.— Established 1899. 
A locali-sed edition of the Sauth Wales Weekly Argus, 
Newport. (Advt., p. 569.) 

SOUTH WALES GAZETTE. Friday, IL- 
LIBERAL.— Established 1888. 
Circulates in Abertillery, Newport, the Western and Eastern 
Valleys, Ebbw Vale, Brynmawr, &c. 

la entirely devoted to the interests of the large raining district 
in which it circulates, and gives fully all the local news. 
Pbopbietobs— The South Wales Giizette, Ltd. (Advt., p. 570.) 

ABBKYSTWITTH.— (Cari/t^an*Air«.) 

l8 situated at the mouth of the Rhcidol, and possesses a coasting trade. Is 
in the neighbourhood of a Urge mining district, and is much frequcDt«ii 
as a watering-place. Alierjatwrth Is the seat of one of the three eon- 
stitufnt colleges of the Unlremty of Wales, and the National Library of 
Wales is situated here. Population H911) S.iXi.—Papera for the district— 

ABERYSTWYTH DESPATCH, DIRECTORY, AND CAR- 
DIGAN BAY VISITOR. Tuesday, Id. 

Neutral.— Established 1887. 

Circulates in Cardigan Bay, Pwllheli, Criccieth, Dolgelley, 
Barmouth, Towyn, Aberdovey, Aberystwyth, and district. 

Up-to-date visitors' paper, giving full lists and covering all 
West Wales resorts. 

Publishers — Cambrian Ketrs (Aberystwyth), Ltd. 

CAMBRIAN NEWS, MERIONETHSHIRE STANDARD 
AND WELSH FARMERS' GAZETTE. Friday, Hd. 
Independent.— Established 1860. 

Its area of circulation extends from Bangor (North Wales) 
to Carmarthen (Bristol Channel) and Inland to Shrewsbury and 
Birmingham. An up-to-date weekly newspaper. 

Publishers — Cambrian News (Aberystwyth) Ltd. (Advt., 
p. 554.) 

WELSH GAZETTE. Thursday, IJd. 
LiBKBAL.— Established April, 1899. 
Circulates in Aberystwyth and the counties of Cardigan, 
Carmarthen, Merioneth, and Montgomery. 
Pbopeietob— George Rces. 

ABIH«1>01«.— ( Berkshire.) 

A large market-town on the Isis, 50 miles from London, with a population 
of (1911) 6.810 inhabitants.— Paper /or the dUtriet— 

■IVJ"ORTH BERKS HERALD, with which is incorporated 
LN the Abingdon Herald. Friday, \d. 

Independent.— Established July, 1867. 

Circulates chiefly in Abingdon, Didcot, Wantage, Walling- 
ford, and the villages in North Berks. 

The Herald contains all the news of North Berks and 
South Oxon. The agricultural intelligence is made a special 
feature. 

Publishei — H. G. Loosley. 

ACCRIMOTOW.— (/,anca«AtV«.) 

Accrlngton, the centre of a parliamentary dirision, Is the market town 
for. and commercial centre of a very important district. It has long 
been notedforits cxtensire calico printing estahlishtuents.and of late 
years the cotton manufacture and the machine-malclngindnstry have 
been extended with great rapidity. Bleaching and iron-founding are 
carriedon. Population (1911 i&.Otl.~Paper» for tM dUtriel— 

ACCRINGTON ADVERTISER AND NORTHERN 
MORNING NEWS, Tuesday id. and Friday, Id. 
Independent. — Established 1889. 
Circulates in Accrington and East Lancashire. 
Ileports the news of the district with the general Intelligenoe, 
fiuancial news, tales, miscellaneous, ko. 
Publisher— S. M. Holden. 



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ACCRINGTON DIVISION GAZETTE. Saturday, l(i. 
Conservative.— Established January, 1881. 
Circulates in Accrington, Church, Oswaldtwistle, Haslingden, 
Baxenden, Clayton-le-Moors, Harwood, Padiham, &c. 

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. 
Peopkietobs — Accrington Gazette Co. (Lim.). 

ACCRINGTON OBSERVER AND TIMES. Tuesday, IJi. 
(6 pages) and Saturday (12 pages) Id. 

Estahlished 1866. 

Circulates in the Accrington, Rossendale, Darwen, and 
Clitheroe parliamentary divisions. 

Editions for Haslingden, Oswaldtwistle, Harwood, Clayton, 
and Rishton are also published. 

Publishers — Accrinyton, Obaener 4" Times, Ltd. 

London Office, 92, Fleet Street, E.G. 4, Tele. City 6504. 

(Advt., p. 507.) 

AliCESTBR.— ( Warwickshire.) 

A market-town, chiefly employed in the manufacture of needles, which 
has been its staple trade for more than 100 years past. Ashing tackle, 
cycles and cycle accessories. Excellent stock sales held here on 
alternate Wednesdays. It is 15 miles south-west of Warwick. Corn 
market on Weanesday. Po:)ulation (1911) 7,314. -Paper /or tHa datnct— 

ALCESTER CHRONICLE. Saturday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established April 4, 1864. 
Circulates in Alcester and adjacent towns and villages in 
Warwickshire, Worcestershire, and Gloucestershire. 
A localised Edition of the Eedditch Indicator. 



Beaside golf, yachting and fishing resort, with a population of (1910 2,374 — 
Faperi for the diitriet— 

ALDEBURGH POST, LEISTON AND SAXMUNDHAM 
AND THORPENESS NEWS. Friday, Id. 
NedtRAL. Established 1909. 

Circulates in Aldeburgh, Leiston and Saxmundham and the 
district generally. 
NOTE. — This paper is suspended duriiig the war. 
PboprIBTObs— The Fielding Publishing Co., Ltd. 



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UFFOLK SEA COAST TIMES, Saturday, ^d. 

See Lowestoft. 



JLT.nEWiaVLOT'.— (Hampshire.) 

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 village of a few years since has (frown into a flourishing 
town. The neighbourhood is agricultural. Civilian population (1911) 
43.000,— Pap«r» tor the diatrici— 

ALDERSHOT NEWS. Friday, U. 
Independent.— Established 1894. 
Circulates in Aldershot and all military 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. 
Proprietors— Gale & Polden (Lim.). 
London Offlce—i, Xmen Corner, E.G. 4. 

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 service news, and gives full re- 
ports of all military movements in the camp, with the local 
and district news. 

Proprietors— Wm. May & Co., Ltd. 
Tele. Aldershot 14. 

A.I.FOIID.— (i.men/ns^tVe.) 

A market town with a population (ittll) 2.394. tt has a (ri« grammar 
icbool.— Paper /or the 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, 

Pboprietors — Lincolnshire Publishing Co. (Lhn,), 

(.ondon Offiee—Ua, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Central 2626. 



A.lim^Itli'JCOJi.— (Derbyshire.) 

A prosperous market-town; population (1911)19,049; is the centre of an 
extensive mining district.— P«per/ort/ie district— 

ALFRETON AND BELPER JOURNAL AND MID- 
DERBYSHIRE RECORD. Friday, Iff. 
Established January, 1870. 

Circulates in Mid- Derbyshire, the Ilkeston, Chesterfield, 

and the Mansfield Divisions, and mining district of Ere wash 

Valley. It contains, besides local news, articles of literary 

interest. 

Proprietors — Hobsou & Son, Ltd. 

London Office— 2, Copthall Buildings, B.C. 2. (Advt., p. 551.) 

Jk.l.m'WTCi^.— (Northumberland.) 

Is an ancient borough and market-town on the Aln, 36 milesfrom 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 anil deals fully 
with all local matters. 

Piiblisfier — Geo. D. Glass. 

London Office— IS5, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Central C71.".. 
(Advt., p. 651.) 

ALNWICK GUARDIAN AND COUNTY ADVERTISER. 
Saturday, Id. 
Liberal,— Established 1885. 
Circulates in Alnwick, and the county. 
The Guardian is full of local and district newe. 
Publisher — James C. Grant. 

A. E.TO ar . — (iZ«OT/>sA»>« • ) 

la a thriving town, of (1911) 5 .S-Vi Inhaiiitants, the centre of a hop-growing 
and agricultural uistrict, and noted for its iiles, 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. 
Publisher — E, W, Langham. 

HAMPSHIRE HERALD, ALTON GAZETTE, AND 
NORTH AND EAST HANTS ADVERTISER. 
Saturday, \d. 
Conservative.- 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. 
Proprietobs— Warren & Son, Ltd. 



^1/WlitintCW.A.m..— (Cheshire.) 

A town with a population of (1911) 17,816. Population of the Parliamentary 
Division, 102,133.- Paper* for the district— 

ALTRINCHAM, BOWDON AND HALE GUARDIAN 
Tuesday, lei., and Friday, IJii. 
Neutral.— Established 1862. 

Circulates in Altrincham, Bowdon,aud the neighbourhood. 
Gives the local and general news very fully. 

Proprietors— Mackie & Co, (Ltd,), 71, George Street, 
Altrincham. 

London Office— m, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. Tele. City 7662. 
(Advt., p. 506.) 

ALTRINCHAM DIVISION ADVERTISER AND LYMM 
AND SALE GAZETTE. Friday, li^d. 
Consebvative.— Established 1880. 

Circulates through Cheshire and the adjoining counties. 
Contains all the local and general news. 
Proprietors— Swain & Co. (Ltd.). (Advt., p. 570.) 



A]»IBI.E8II>K.— ( Westmorland.) 

An ancient market-town and centre for visitors to the BngUlh lakes. Popu- 
lation (1911)2,559.— Paper /or «fte itr.trict— 

LAKES HERALD. Friday, \d. 
Independent.— Established April 27, 1880. 
Circulates in Ambleside and throughout the Lake district. 
The Herald contains full and reliable reports of district local 
news. 

NOTE. — This paper is suspended during the war. 
Pboprietors— Lakes Herald Ltd. 



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A M M A If FO « » .—(Carmarthenshire.) 

A ti'Mii "n tlio O.W. llailnay, 19) inilra norlli uf .Swiiiimm Fotmlitlluii J.coo; 
tiltlrlvl SO.IMMJ.- I'aftr /vr the dinlriet — 

AMMAN VALLEY CHRONICLE AND EAST CARMAR- 
TIIKN NEWS. ThuiKUuy, Id. 
Estiibli.^liivl lilia. 

CirculiitfS ill Ainiiianfonl, Bettws, Llandebie, CwiuntninHn, 
Brynnmmiin, Gwiiun-cno-gur«en, Llandilo, Llangndoc^k, Lliin- 
doTCry, Cross Iliinds, Pmtardulnis nnd ndjiucut distikts. 
(ji\ea the news of the district iu WtLsli aud English. 
ri'iiLISHEltS-><m«(«/i ValUi/ Chronicle,[htd.) (Advt. p. S61.) 

A9lWUIT.lj.—(Bed/ordshirt.) 

Ainarkct-towii.witbn iHipulatlon of (1911) 2,270; 7 nilU'i from Bedford.- 
Paper/or the dietrict— 

AMPTIIILL AND DISTRICT NEWS. Friday, Jrf. 
Neutual.— Kstablished 1891. 
The only local paper for Ampthill and the district. 
The entire news of Ampthill and district is given in the 
iVews, and a good selection of general intelligence. It is one of 
the Bedford Record scries. 
I'ROPRiETons— Beds. Times Publishing Co., Ltd. Bedford. 
LoTuUm Office—n.'), Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Central 2026. 
(Advt., p. 552.) 

A.JinO'WEn.— {Hampshire.) 

Id a muuiciiial borough, and an imp<irtant agricultural town, standing In an 
extensive parish of the same name. Population (19U) T^W.— /"apera for 
the district— 

ANDOVER ADVERTISER AND NORTH-WKST HANTS 
GAZETTE. Friday, Id. 

Independent.— Established 1857. 

Circulates in Andover, Romsey, Tidworth Qarrison, 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. 

Pboprietoes— Holmes k Sons. (Advt., p. 551.) 

WILTS, BERKS, AND HANTS COUNTY PAPER. 
Friday, Id. Incorporates the Andover Times. 
A localised edition of Wilts, Berks and Hants County Paper. 
See under Malborough. 

APPIjEBT.— ( Westmorland.) 

Tbccounty town, witb a population of (1911) l,7S9.— Paper /or the district. 

APPLEBY AND KIRKBY STEPHEN HERALD. 
See Penrith Herald, 

AWMIiE Y.— ( Yorkshire.) 

A thriving township with a population of about 20.000— the population of 
the district numbering over 200,000.— Pap<r/or the district— 

ARMLEY AND WORTLEY NEWS. Friday, Id. 
Neutbal.— Established 1889. 
Circulates in the townships of Armley, Wortley, Holbeck, 
Kirkstall, Burley, Woodhouse, Headingley, Hunslet, Farnley, 
Bramley, Stanuingley, Leeds, and district. 

Gives all the local and district news, and a selection of 
general intelligence, cricket and football notes, &c. 
Pbopmetors— Birdsall & Co. 

A It V % DEIi (Sussex.) 

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 Norfollt.-Population (1911) 2,842.— Poper /or the district— 



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EST SUSSEX GAZETTE AND SOUTH OF ENGLAND 
ADVERTISER. Thursday, Id. 

Nedtkal.— Established June, 1853. 

Circulates very largely throughout the counties of Sussex, 
Surrey, Kent, and Hants. 

It confines its news columns to general local intelligence 
from resident correspondents. Its original articles are written 
in a practical, independent and entertaining style. Contains 
an ably-edited and arranged War Special article. 

PuoPRiETORS— Mitchell & Co. 

London Office— 143-4, Fleet Street, E.G. Tele. Central 4450. 
(Advt., p. 572.) 

A.»nitOJjmiM.— (Derbyshire.) 

It has manufactories of clocks, cotton, tape.and corsets, and an active trade is 
carried on iu dairy produce. Population C19ii)4,ooa. Population tor which 
Ashbourne is the market town, 30,000.— Pupert for the dietrict— 

ASHBOURNE ADVERTISER. Friday and Saturday, la. 
Unionist. 
A localised issue of the Derbyshire Advertiser, which was 
established at Ashbourne iu 1846, and circulates iu the districts 
of West Derbyshire and North Staffordshire. 
{See under Derby). 



ASHBOURNE NEWS. Friday, Irf. 
Independent.— Establishen January, 1891. 
(!iroulatcs extensively in West Derbyshire and Morth-East 
Stafford shire. 

A good family newspaper, chiefly devoted to the interetti of 
this agricultural neigh bourhoocl. 
Publisher — Hobson k Son, Ltd. 
London Offic<^—2, Copthall Buildings, E.G. 2. (Advt., p. 651.) 

ASHBOURNE TELEGRAPH. Friday, Id. 
INDKPENDBNT. Established 1903. 
Circulates in West Derbyshire and North Staffordshire. 
The Telegraph is a large and well-managed paper, full of local 
and district news, with a large selection of general intelligence, 
varieties, etc. 
Pkopbietor— J. H. Henstock, 

AS HBU nXOir (Devonshire.) 

Gives titit! to one of the parliamentary ilivitlons of Deronahfre, T.arge 
mining and affricultiirnl diitrict, al»4i iin[>urtant woollen mahufactortea. 
Scenery in the neighbourhood very grand, on tile border, of Dartmoor. 
Population (1911) 2,4W.— Paper /wr the dietrict^ 

ASHBURTON WESTERN GUARDIAN. Wednesdays, lii. 
Indepbndknt. — Established 1882. 
Circulates in Ashburton and neighbouring towns. 
A localised edition of the Western Onardian, Totneg. 

A.»VlU^-nE.IjA-X,OVCM..— (Leicestershire.) 

Population. 4.927. Pniierfvr the district— 

BURTON CHRONICLE, with which is incorporated the 
Athby Guardian. Thursday, IJrf. Established 1860. 
(See Burton-on-Trent). 

ASHPOKJ*.— (^enl!.) 

Isa nourishing market-town, and parish of Rent. One of the largest stock 
and corn markets in the county is held every Tuesday. It is in the 
midst of an agricultural district The South-Kastern and Chatham 
Railway Company's extensive loa)motlveand carriage manufactories, 
employing several thousand mechanics, are established there. Other 
local industries are brick-making and textile manufacture. Population 
(1911) 13,670.— /*Hj»ers for the district— 

KENTISH EXPRESS AND ASHFORD NEWS. 
Friday afternoon for Saturday, \\d. 
Neutral.— Established 1855. 
Circulates all over Kent and East Sussex. 
Gives the county news fully, a digest of general news. 
PaoPBiETOES— The Kentish Express (Igglesden & Co.), Lim. 
(Advt., p. 616.) 

KENT MESSENGER & ASHFORD EXAMINER. 
Friday morning, \d. 

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— 1X5, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. Tele. Central 2626. 

ASIITOM-V WDKM-JL -»:]«£.— (/.anctu/uVe.) 

Is a parliamentary borough and a weU^empIored and prosperous manufactur- 
ing town. It is immediately connected with and surrounded by, Staiy- 
bndge, Mossley, Oldham, Hyde, Dukinfleld, Droylsden, (jiorton, Clayton 
and Openshaw. all of which are principally occupied iu the cotton manu- 
facture and machine making. The manor of Asbton-under-Lyne alone 
contains upwards f.f 170 factories, 60 coal pits, and is the centre of a very 
numerous population. Population {K\l) it.ni.—Papere Jar the district— 

A SIITON 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. 
Proprietors — J. Andrew &. Co. 

London Office— 161, Fleet Street, E.0.4. Tele. Central 6903. 
(Advt., p. 607.) 

ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE HERALD. Friday, U. 
Established 1888. 

Circulates in Ashton and the district. 

With the above are incorporated The Stalybridge Herald, 
The Dukinfield Herald, The 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. 

Puilishers—'Wio Herald Printing and Publishing Co. (Lim.). 

London Office— 185, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. (Advt., p. 551. ) 



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ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE KEPOKTER. Saturday, IK 
Liberal.— Established 1855. 

Circulates in Ashton-under-Lyne, Stalybridge, Duklnfield, 
Hurst, Audenshaw, Droylsden, Mossley, Gorton, Openshaw, 
Longsight, Saddleworth, Mottram, Haillield, 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. 

Phopribtoks — J. Andrew & Co. 

London O/^ee— 151, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Central 6903. 
(Advt., p. 507.) 

ASHTON STANDARD. Saturday, Hd. 
{See Oldham Standard.) 

COTTON FACTORY TIMES. Friday, Id. 
Neutral.— 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. 

(9^(j««— Market Street. 

London 0/Kce— 151, Fleet Street, E.C .4. Tele. Central 6903. 
(Advt., p. 507.) 

DROYLSDEN & CLAYTON HERALD. Friday, Id. 
Established 1890. 
A locah'sed edition of the Ashton-under-Lyne Herald. 
(Advt., p. 551.) 

DUKINFIELD HERALD. Friday, W. 
Established 1889. 
A localised edition of the Aihton-u>ider-Lyne Herald. 
(Advt., p. 661.) 

A-THBRSTOHTK.— ( Warwickshire.) 

A town largely interested in agriculture, coal-mining and the hat trade. 
Population C191I) 2i>,536. —/'apers for the district— 

ATHERSTONE EXPRESS. Thursday, Id. 
Independent. Established 1900. 
Has practically a house to house sale in this large mining 
and agricultural centre. 
Pkopmetob— Harry Fieldhouse. 
Head Office — Tribune Buildings, Nuneaton. 
London Office— \m, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 982- 
(Advt., p. 664.) 

ATHERSTONE HERALD. Saturday, Irf. 
Neutral. {See Tamwurth Herald.) 

ATHERSTONE NEWS. Friday, \d. 
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. 
Propeietoe— B. S. Colmau. 

ATHERSTONE OBSERVER. Tuesday, U. 
See Nuneaton Observer. 

A:IWL e: axo ^.—{Laiicashire.) " 

An imiwrtant centra in the Lancashire coalfield, and has also large cotton 
■pinning mterelts. Population (19UI 18,982.— Paper /or the district— 

ATHERTON WEEKLY JOURNAL. Fridav, 14. 
Liberal.— Established 1913. 
Reports fully and accurately all local meetings, and records 
and illustrates local news. It is a family newspapericontaining 
a careful selection of general news and a large variety of 
notion and miscellaneous matter. 
Peopribtoks— Tillotson & Son, Ltd. 

London Omce—Temvle Bar House, 23, Fleet Street, E.C. 4 
Tele. Central 3oo6. (Advt. facing title.) 

A.TOXMO Vm.—^GloucesUrshire.) 

Standsatthemouthof the Avon on the rlfrht bank, 6 miles above Bristol 
i.'r£fo.''c&e^tra"d':i'il7J^?.*,i'/,!i«^ °' " -«« Pro7ort.i'n'°o'j 

AVONMOUTH mail & SHIPPING GAZETTE 
See under Bristol. 



-( Buckinghamshire. ) 



Is a b(iroiigh and market-town, communicating with London bv the Or.,. 
Centra , Metropolitan, North Western, and Great Western Uailwav. Hjf?if 
apopnlatiou of (llpli) li,o«i. It has sJme extensive lette"-nrcsrSrfitTii? 
rivet, butter and condensed milt factories and ia th« V5,iinf,. . P ■ ''^ 
ScJ"' ■'°''"""""' "' »■""=' '" "We1/^'rii'uaarffipe7.'/e';?^ 

BUCKS ADVERTISER AND AYLESBURY NEWS 
Friday for Saturday, 1 kd. 
Independent.— Established December 3, 1836 
Circulates throughout Buckinghamshire and the nelzh- 
bounng counties. ' 

Puopeibtobs— jBiwA* Advertiser Co. (Lim.). '(Advt., p. 554.) 



BUCKS HERALD. Saturday, l^d. 
CONSBEVATIVE.— 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. 

Propeietors— G. T. De Fraine & Co., Ltd. 

London Office— I5i, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. (Advt,, p. 553.) 

AX E.S HAM (Norfolk.) 

A market town with a population of 2,600.— /*a;(er /or the district— 

AYLSHAM & REEPHAM POST. Friday, U. Estab- 
lished 1916. 
A localised edition of the Norfolk Chronicle. See under 
Norwich. 



HA.CW.— (Lancashire.) 

Is situated on the river Irwell (18 miles from Manchester! and is a polling 
place for Members for the Rossendale division of the oouuty It 
18 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 weji22,32i.— Papers for the district— 

BACUP CHRONICLE. Saturday, Id. 
Established February, 1902. 
In politics progressive, in reporting impartial, in local matters 
independent. 
Proprietors— Bacup Publishing Co. 
London Offiee'—l 19, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. City 8972. 

BACUP TIMES. Saturday, Id. 
Liberal.— Established April 8, 1805. 

Circulates through Bacup, Waterfoot, Rawtenstall, Has- 
lingden, Aocrington, Burnley, Nelson. Colne, Ramsbottom, 
Facit, Whitworth, Rochdale, etc. 

Liberal and Nonconformist in politics, it advocates social 
religious, and political progress. 

Proprietors— .Bacwp 'Mmes, (Lim.) 

London Office— 173-5, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. City 7662. 
(Advt., p. 551.) 

ROSSENDALE ECHO. Wednesday, id. 
Liberal.— Established 1900. 
An excellent local paper circulating in a district amongst 
100,000 people. The JScho is characterised by full and careful 
reports of all local events. 
Proprietoh— J. J. Riley, Rawtenstall. 
London Office— 119, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. 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 Donula- 
tion of over 70,000, 
Propeietors— .Bflfc-«;) Times (Lim.). 

London Office— ITib Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. City 7662. 
(Advt., p. 651.) ^ 



BAI<A. — (Merionethshire.) 

Amarket-town.having large and weli-attended fairs. Railway communic - 
tlon to Corwen and the Bnglish towns on one side, Festiniog, the well- 
known quarry district on the other side, and Dolgellv and the Welsh 
coast. Voml-Mmim\)\.SX!.-PapersJorthedistrict- >■■"= "eisn 

YR WYTHNOS A'R ERYR. Wednesday Id. Estab. 1876. 
Reports the local news of the week in Welsh. 
Publisher — H. Evans. 

YSEREN (THE STAR). Saturday, id. 
Liberal.— Established 1885. 
Fully reports all events in the county of Merioneth. 
Propeietoes— Davies & Evans. 

BAH BURY.— (Oa;/orrf#Atre.) 

It is the chief town of a parliamentary division, and within a circle of 
10 miles radius there are 140 towns and villages, containing a largo 
population. In the town there are girth, linen, boi, and ladles' linen 
apparel manufactories, extensive iron works, timber works, printing 
works, &c. Popul.atiou (1911) 13,«3-Pop«M /or (A« di«(rii:l_ """""S 

BANBURY ADVERTISER. Thursday, Id. 
INDEPENDBNT.—Established January, 1854. 
, The Banbury Advertiser is an ably edited and well-printed 
journal, and Us reports of all events in the town and district 
are full and accurate. 
Peopeibtor— F. G. Walford. 



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BANBURY GDABDIAN. Thursday, 2d. 
NeOTRAL.— ERtfthlishml 1838. 

Circulates very largely tbrouKhout Oxfordshire and North- 
amptoushire, South Warwickshire, North-West Buckiiigham- 
gliire, ar.d the Eastern portions of Qloucegterghire 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 oudoavours to out before its 
readers their powers and responsibilities, and to keep them 
informed of the developments in local government. 

Pbopribtor— William Potts. (Advt., p. 881.) 

BATVCiOR.— (Carnarvon/Aire.) 

Thii is a dotiglitfully-situatea city, the farourlte resort of tourists in the 
sit turner season, and the lieaduuarters fur clint)«rs, )>eing close t^i Snowden. 
It is (ilaeeit between two ridges of rocit, with a tluenneuing to the sea, 
and beautiful mountain and water scenery. The chief attractions of 
the neiglibourhood are Stephenson's wonderful tubular bridge, and 
Telford's suspension bridge over the Menai. Is a cathedral city and homo 
of the University 0>llege of North Wales. Population (Wll) 1XJ(37.— /"apers 
tor the dittrtet ~ 



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ANGOR AND NORTH WALKS WEEKLY NEWS. 
See North Wales Weekly Neu>$, Conway. 



BANGOR OBSERVER. Thursday, IJrf. 
Localised edition of the North Walet Obtcrver, See 
Carnarvon. (Advt. p. 66G.) 

GWALIA. Tuesday, l(i. 
Conservative.— Established 1880. 
Circulates in North Wales, Loudon, Liverpool, Manchester, 
&c.,and among Welshmen in all parts of the world. 

Is printed in Welsh, and contains authentic reports of 
all political, social, and religious movements. 

Peopribtobs— The North Walet Chronicle Co.{lATa.'). 

■vrORTH WALES CHRONICLE. Friday, 2(i. 
LN Conservative.— Established 1808. 

Circulates through Carnarvonshire, Anglesey, Flintshire, 
Denbighshire, Merionethshire, and Montgomeryshire. 

Advocates the cause of Conservatism, and upholds the con- 
stitution 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. 

PBOPBIETOR&— The NtTth Wales Chronicle Co. (Lim.). 
BA.RKIMO {Enex.) 

A largely populated town of (1911) .ILSM Inhabitants.— Popsrs /or (»« dittrict- 

BARKING, EAST HAM, AND ILFORD ADVERTISER. 
Friday evening for Saturday, Jrf. Neutral.- Estob. 1888. 
Circulates in Barking, East Ham, Uford, Manor Park, 
Beckton, Upton Park, Plaistow, Canning Town, Forest Gate, &c, 
Devotes space to reports of all local bodies — official, 
political and religious. 

Propkietobs— The Essex Weekly News Series (Ltd.). 
(Advt., p. 651.) 

BARKING CHRONICLE. Friday, l(i. 
Independent.— Established 1910. 
A reprint of the West Han and South Kssex Mail. 
See London Suburban Newspapers. 

B A. RMO UTH.— ( Merionethshire.) 

Itlsthe only port in the county, and is becoming celebrated as a watering 
place. The scenery in the neigbhourhood is most picturesque. Ponula- 
tion{ll)ll)a,'»)0.-/>oper/or(Jwdi«tWeI- «-opuia 

BARMOUTH AND COUNTY ADVERTISER. 
Wednesday, Id. 
Neutral.- Established 1877. 

A Newspaper for the town and county, with lists of 
visitors and general seaside information. 
Proprietor- Morris G. Roberts. 

BA.R!VAK» CASTI.E (Durham.) 

Is situated on the Tees, 25 miles from Durham. It has a large trade and la 
situated m thetuldst >f a large agricultural, manutM"fnV. and minlnS 
population of (mi) 4,757.-fop«r /or tltedish-icl- ""a.auu luiuing 

TEESDALE MERCURY. Wednesday, IJrf, 
INDEPB.NDENT.— Established July, 1854, 
Circulates in Barnard Castle, Richmond, Staindrop, Darling- 
ton, Bishop Auckland, Middleton-in-Teesdale, Gainford, Stock- 
ton-on- Tees, Brough, .\ppleby, Kirkby Stephen, and district. 

Advocates progressive and improving measures, gives copious 
reports of local proceedings and ample details of home and 
loreign news, 

PnoptHETova—TeesdaU Mereury Co., Ltd. 



BA.RIVKT.— (//erM ami Middleux.) 

, Called also OMpping Harnet. la an increasing market-town. In a pnpoloui 
residential and trading district, with serrral towns and villages at ai> 
great distauce, and is brought into eointniinleatlon with London by Ims 
and trams, also by twolinea.if railway from Ring's (Tross, and one from 
Hroad-street, a third (the Midland) Is within easy reach. Populatinn 
of the town liuu) 10,440 ; district H4.U4a,-/'ap«r/cr tht diMtriet— 

BARNKT PRESS. Saturday, li<<. 
Neutral.— Bstabllshod June, 18S9. 

Circulates in Bamet, Hadley, Finchley, Hendon, Edgwnre, 
llighgate, Hornsey, Finsbury I'ark, Southgate, New Soiilh)<Bte, 
Friern Barnet, Ridge, Pott^-rs Bar, Elstree, Bowps I'ark, Winch , 
more Hillj Totteridge, Whetstone, Watford, St.Albans, Enfield- 
South Mimms, Htanmorc, Shenley, Hatneld, Muswell Hill, 
Ilampstead Garden City, &c. 

It gives all the local news of the week, and copious dis- 
cussion andcorrespontlence on local topics. The Barnet Press, 
by its accurate and impartial reports, has earned and main- 
tains the conlidenceand support of a large and populous district. 

Pbopkibtous— E. Cowing & Son. Tele. Barnet 90. 

BA R:!VOi:i»81VICK.— ( Yorkshire.) 

A large parisli in the Skipton dlTlsion, rf miles from Bnrnley. PopuUtlon (IfU) 
10,883.— 7'«p<r /or thv dintriet— 

BARN0LD8WICK AND EARBY PIONEER. 
Friday, \d. 
A. reprint of the West Torkshire Pioneer.— See nnder Skipton. 

BARMSIiET.— ( Yurkthire.) 

la a nianufacturhiK town and county borougn in tbe WestRfdhiK. Barne- 
ley IB ttie centn? of four imrlianiencary divieinns, liavinK linen, yarn; 
damask, drill, fancy silk Koodg, pat>i>r, shoe, and glaHs nianufacturiei. 
extensive c(»lliorit'8 ; irdn foundries, chemical, wire, bleaching, dye, and 
woolworks, rnpulation (1911)50.623. The Ureat Central. Midland, and 
Lancashire and Vorkahire iUilways run Into the borougb.^Paperi 
for the dititTirt— 

BARNSLEY CHRONICLE. FritUy, 1 }<i. 
Liberal.- Established October, 1858. 

Circul.ates in Barnsley, Sheffield, Leeds, Donoaster, Ponte- 
fract, PenistonejWoinbwell, 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. 

PROPKlBTOnst— jBor»»J«y Chroniole (Ltd.) 

BARNSLEY INDEPENDENT, with which is incorporated 
the Barnsley Times. Friday for Saturday, IJd. 

Conservative.— Established April 7th, 1855. 

Circulates in several Parliamentary Divisions, and 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 the oldest paper in the district. 

Proprietors — Barnsley Independent Co., Ltd. 

BARNSLEY TELEPHONE. Friday, J . 
Independent. Established 1898. 
Distributed free in Barnsley and district. Consists mainly 
of advertisements, interspersed with a selection of local photo- 
graphs, original articles and news. 
Publishers : J. E. Vero, Ltd. 

BARIfSTAM-E.— (flet)onj/nV».) 

Barnstaple is the chief town of a parliamentary division, and may be regarded 
as the nu^tropolisof the North of Devon, lying in the centre of the four 
towns of Bideford, llfraC4nnbe, Torriiigton,and Bouthroolton, and of a 
large and floitrishingagricultural district. It is charmingly situated on mo 
Taw, which is navigable for vessels of 300 tons. Us market may be con- 
sidered the t>est in the kingdom for tbe sale of the pure North Dotod 
breed of cattle. Population C19U) 14.4S8.— Papers /"or thedUtrUt— 

"VrORTH DEVON HERALD. Thursday morning, IJrf. ; 
r\ Unionist.— Established July, 1870. 

A very popular and widely-read paper in the district. It is 
the organ of the Conservative and Unionist 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 agricultural topics. 

Proprietors — North Devon Press. Ltd. 

London Office — Danes Inn House, 265, Stran 1, W.O. 2. 

(Advt., p. 6G8.) 

XTORTH DEVON JOURNAL. Thursday, IK 
IN Liberal.— Established July 2, 1824. 

This paper is edited with great care and ability, and is priied 
for its able digest of the news of the week, and e.Ktansive and 
impartial local reports. Its comments on passing events are 
ably written and have made the Journal an influential organ, 

Pbopribtors— Exeoutorg of th? late W, Edwards, 



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BA.I»RO^W-Ilf-FURWESS.— (LaneajAire.) 

A thriving corporate town, which has a large and intelligent population, 
owing to the construction of eitenaive docks, large haematite iron and 
steel works. It is the centre of large naval construction works, the firm or 
Vicker's Ltd., employing over ao.oio hands in the construction of warships, 
gun mountings, airships, etc. There are also large engineering and 
paper-making works and au eitensive timber trade. It is also one ot 
the lantest importing towns of oil and spirits (petrol. Ac) in the kingdom. 
It returns one member to Parliament. Population (1911) 63,775.— Popera 
for the district-^ 

BARROW GUARDIAN. Saturday. Id. 
Liberal. E.itablished 1910. 
Contains full reports of local affairs, and circulates through- 
out the district. 
Editions for Dalton, Grange and Cartmel, and Ulverston. 
Pkopbietors — The Barrow and North Lonsdale Press, Ltd. 
London Office— 159, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 982. 
(Advt. p. 551.) 

BARROW NKWS. Saturday, Id. 
Independent. — Establislied January 4, 1880. 
The Barrow lYervs circulates throughout the Furness, North 
Lancashire, Cumberland, Westmorland, and Yorkshire districts. 
The oldest local paper and recognised medium for legal 
and official announcements. 
Propuietobs — Harrow Kews and Mail (Ltd.). 
London Offiee~l3i, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. City 7981. 
(Advt., p. 552.) 

NORTH WESTERN DAILY MAIL. U. 
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 oJ 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 flrst-class daily. Special 
attention to the local markets. 

Publishers — Barrom Nervs and Mail (Ltd.). 

London Office— \U, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. Tele. City 7984. 
(Advt., p. 666.) 

JBARRO^ITFOBD. -{Lancashire.) 

A township with a population of (1913) 6,950.— Paper /or the district— 

BARROWFORD LEADER. 
(See Nelson Leader). 



BARRir DOCKS (Gla- 



morganshire.) 

A thriving seaport town auil seaside resort and agricultural centre on the 
coast ot the Bristol Channel, exporting over twelve million tons of 
coal per annum In addition to general exports and imports. Population 
37,ue.— Papers /or ffte district— 

BARRY DOCK NEWS. Friday, U. 
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 
genenil intelligence. 

Managing Editor — J. R. Llewellyn. 

BARRY HERALD. Friday, Id. 
Established February, 1896. 
Circulates in Barry, Cadoxton, Barry Dock, and South 
Glamorgan districts. 

The news given is interesting to all classes. 
Pbopeibtobs— Barry Herald Co. 

BiLSIlVC}STOK.K (Hampshire.) 

A municipal borough, the centre 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 Rail- 
ways-large sales of cjittle have been established, weekly corn market 
and the motor works, agricultural implement foundnes. clothingfactories 
and other industries are year by year acnuiring increased importance. 
Population (1911) ll.MO.-Poper /or Ida district— 

HANTS AND BERKS GAZETTE AND MIDDLESEX 
AND SURREY JOURNAL. Saturday, Id. 
Independent.— Established January, 1878. 
Circulates in Basingstoke, Reading, Farnham, 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. 
Pbopbietoes— Bird Bros. 

UA-TME.— (Somersetshire.) 

This popular inland watering. Ince is famous for its hot mineral springs, the 
medicinal virtues of which attract invalids from all mrts. Ae fiii.ius 
Bath freestone is quarried ,.11 the outsltins of the city, this industry giving 
employinent to large numbers, while among the more important industries 
ore caWnet-making, cloth-making and engineering. In the fashionable 
residential Part of Bath are squares and crescents which are not to be 

f?™,Kl°.„LH"*''°r.v'"'"°"'"'5'""' V<='""y- In the visitors' lists are 
Invariably to be found the names of prominent people who come to Bath 

JZ. .S°o,S^i. "^'W'l' population, since extension of the Boundaries" 
About 80,000.— Papers tor the aietrict— """«*«, 



BATH CHRONICLE. Saturday, 2d. 
Conservative and Unionist.— Established 1757. 

Incorporates tlie Bath Weeldy Argus. Circulates largely 
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 0/^—1-19, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 5228. 
(Advt.,p, 551.) 

BATH AND WILTS DAILY CHRONICLE. U. 
Conservative and Unionist. — Established 1870. 

Advocates Conservative and Unionist principles, and is a 
firm supporter of the Established Church. Its information 
is excellentlv 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 wcjcspaper, the 
local intelligence being full and accurate. 

Proprietors — Wessex Associated News, Ltd. 

London Office— US, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 5228. 
(Advt., p. 551.) 

BATH HERALD. Daily, l<i. ; weekly edition, Saturday, l/i. 
Independent.- Established 3rd March, 1792. 
(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, and a Visitors' 
Directory is published in the weekly edition. Extra special 
editions are published during the cricket and football seasons 
and on all important occasions. 

Proprietors — William Lewis & Son., Ltd. 

London Office— W, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 4481. 
(Advt., p. 552.) 

BATH OBSERVER. Saturday, U. 
A reprint of the Bristol Observer with a brief summary 
of local news. 
See Bristol Observer. 

WILTSHIRE NEWS. Friday, IJd. 
Conservative. — Established 1910. Incorporates the 
Wiltshire County Mirror. Established 1833. 
Circulates in Swindon, Trowbridge, Salisbury, Warminster, 
Chippenham, and the county generally, 

PrOPEIETORS — Wessex Associated News, Ltd. 

London Office— US, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 6228. 

B ATIiE Y ( Yorkshire. ) 

Batley is the home of the heavy woollen cloth trade, which has brought great 
prosnerity not only to Batley hut to the Imsv distrit^t of which it is the centre, 
within a radius of four miles there are now nearly 200,000 inhabitants. 
Under the Re-distrihution Bill. Batley becomes a parliamentary borough, 
embracing also Morliry and Ussett. Population 36,783. Papers for the 
district— 

BATLEY NEWS AND YORKSHIRE WOOLLEN DIS- 
TRICT ADVERTISER. Friday, Ijsd. 
Conservative.— Established 1879. 

Circulates in Batley, Dewsbury, Batley Carr, Birstall, Heok- 
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. 

Proprietoes— jVe»f« Printing Co. (Ltd.). 

London Office— S2So, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 2994. 
(Advt., p. 552.) 

BATLEY REPORTER AND GUARDIAN. Friday, IJd. 
Liberal.— Established August 15, 1866. 

The Reporter circulates extensively in Batley, Dewsbury, 
Heckmondwike, Birstall, Morley, Gomersal, Ossett, Mirtield, 
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. 

Pbopbibtors- The Reporter (Ltd.). 

London Office— 5, New Bridge Street, E.C. 4. (Advt., p. 561.) 

BATLEY AND HEAVY WOOLLEN DISTRICT FREE 
PRESS. Tuesday, ii. 
Independent.— Established 1898. 
Publiahira — J. Pearnsides & Sons, Ltd. 



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BBCCIiES.— (.STu/foM.) 

(■ A r(>r|>orAte »nd isftrkot-town o« the nftVifKble rfver Wavoiii«y: und 
linitKKooU ooAl.oorn, malt. andoattic trade. MeMm. William Olowei * 
Sonn. I.lniited, the (*mlnrnt printrrmif I.Dndon.have thclrcountry branch 
ottahllnhint-nt here. It in nix lulh'sfroni niiiiKay, whirh al*o statid* "il 
the Wavoni'V, and lian inanufactnrlos of hiMiiii, with a corn, malt, coal, 
and lime trade. Ilrlckinaklnff laalno cjirrled on to a liirKP extcnt.aawell as 
a timber trade and onsineeriiiff, Population (I9U) 7,139.— Paper for tXr 
dUtriet^ 

EAST SUFFOLK GAZETTE. Tuesday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1857. 

Circulates through the Kastern 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. 

Pboprietohs— William Clowes Sc Sons (Ltd.), 



BKCKBIirilAlI.— (K'enf.) 

A pleaaant town, with a large and increasini; population (1911) S1.893.- 
Paptrs for tht district— 

BECKBNHAM & PENGE ADVERTISER. Thursday, Id. 
Independbnt.— Established February, 1888. 
Circulates largely in Beokenhim, Bromley, Bickley, Penge, 
Anerlev, South Norwood, &c. 

Local news is reported fully, and comments thereon and 
criticisms on any passing events are a noted feature of this 
journal. 
Propribtoe— Exors. of the late Jesse W. Ward. 



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KCKENHAM CHRONICLE, 
See Bromley Chronicle. 



BECKENHAM JODRNAL, Saturday, \d. 
Neutral.— Established 1876. 
Circulates in Beckenham, Penge, Sydenham, Shortlands, 
Bromley, West Wiokham, and West Kent generally. 

The local and district news is fully given, with a selection 
of general information. 

Proprietor- T. W. Thornton. 

BECKENHAM TIMES. Friday, lid. 
Independent.— Established 19(X). 
Circulates in Beckenham, Penge, New Beckenham, Clock 
House, &c. 

Reports all local and o£Soial news and is a thoroughly well- 
oonducted family journal. 

Office— 39, East Street, Bromley. 

Pi(j;ii*<fi-»— Kentish District Times Co. (Ltd. ) ( Ad., p. 516.) 



B£l> FOU U.— (Bedfordshire.) 

The county town of Bedfordshire ; pleasantly situated in a fertile tract on 
the Oua* Valley. Bedford is an ancient parliamentary boroui^h, to 
which Iks great educational endowment has. in tiie last few decades, 
given a new Ufa. The four Secondary Schools of the town are famous 
and attract residents from all parts. Around them have sprung up other 
flourishlnk private schools. Enginee'-ing is the town's chief industry, the 
large works of J. * F. Howard and W. H. A Men, Son * Co., Ltd., being cele- 
brated. The town is a social and commercial centre of an important 
agricultural and residential district, which Includes the seats of the Duke 
of Bedford, Viscount Peel, Lord AmpthiU, Lord St. John, and Mr. Sami. 
Whitbread. i*opulatlon (1911) 39,185.— Pa;)er8 for the district— 

BEDFORD DAILY CIRCULAR. D.iily Morning, }(i. 
Independent Unionist.- Established 1903. 
Pr.opuiETOES— Beds. Standard Co. (1913), Ltd. 
London 0/flce—l'A. Fleet Street, E.G. 4. 
Tele. City 7512. 

BEDFORD AND COUNTY RECORD. Tuesday, Ji. 
With which is incorporated Tlie Bedfordshire Mercury. 
Independent. — Established December, 1872. 
Contains full and early reports of both town and county 
intelligence, football.and sporting news. 

Prophietous — Beds. Times Publishing Co., Ltd. 
London Office— n5. Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 2626. 
(Advt., p. 552.) 

BEDFORDSHIRE STANDARD. Friday, \d. 
Unionist.- Established 1883. 
Circulates in Bedfordshire, Bucks, Cambs, Herts, Hunts, 
and Northants, 

The chief Conservative paper in the district. It reports 
all local news fully. 

Propkietors — Dedn. Standard Co. (1913) (Ltd.). 
London O/Rce— 154, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. 
Tele. City 7612. (Advt., p. 662.) 



BEDFORDSRIHB TIMES tc INDEPBNDBNT. Fri.. U. 
Indkpkndbnt-Liberal.— EHtahlished October 18, 184B. 

The town and county paper; covers also large district* in 
Bucks, Hiiutii, Hi'rtti, Northantu, and Cambs. 

Gives the most complete and impartial reports of all town 
and county matters, and contains most local news. 

The Timei is read by all classes, and by all i>arties, becaasa 
of the completeness ami impartiality of its news. 

Pboprietors — Bedt. Ttmei Publishing Co., Ltd. 

London 0/l«c«— 115, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Central 2626. 
(Advt., p. 552.) 

A MPTHILL AND DISTRICT NEWS. (See AmpthiU.) 

LEIGHTON BUZZARD REPORTER. 
(See Leighton Buzzard.) 

vyOBURN AND DISTRICT REPORTER. (See IFoiwrn.) 
BED^rORTH.— ( Warniekshire.) 

The centre of a large mining population (IncludiDff PoIeahllD ntunlMrtDff 
13,000.— i'apers /or the district— 

BEDWORTH & FOLESHILL NEWS & COVENTRY 
CHRONICLE. Saturday, Jrf. 

Independent. 

The only paper published exclusively for the district. It is 
rend by all classes, and maintains an independent attitude on 
all topics. 

Proprietor— Harry Fieldhouse. 

Head Office — Tribune Buildings, Nuneaton. 

London Office— 1&9, Fleet Street, E.C,4. Tele. Holboru 982. 
(Advt., p, 564,) 

BEDWORTH OBSERVER. Saturday, Id. 
See Xuneaton Observer. 

■IBKSTOIV.- (i\rott8.) 

Has a population of 1916) 13,llOJ, Lace, telephone ItHtrumenta, and iron 
foundries are In the town.— Paver for the district— 

BEESTON AND WEST NOTTS GAZETTE AND ECHO. 
Friday for Saturday, \d. 
Independent, — Established 1903. 

Circulates iu Beeston, Chilwell, Attenborongh, Stapleford, 
Bramcote, Toton, Long Eaton, and West Notts. 
A localised edition of the South Nottt Echo. 

BKIiPER {Derbyshire.) 

A manufacturing town. Population (1911) 11,643, Noted for lioaiery, cotton, 
iron works, &c.—faper /or ifte district— 

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. 

Publmherii—W\\tre& Edmunds (Ltd.). 

London Office— So, Fleet Street, E,C. 4. Tele. Central 2994. 
(Advt., p. 557.) 

B KH ti.mB.'KY.— (Gloucestershire). 

A smalt town on the River Avon, and celebrated for it« cheese. Population 
(1911) 6.W4 — raiter/or the district. 

BERKELEY, DURSLEY AND SHARPNESS GAZETTE. 
Saturday, IJi. 
A localised edition of the Duraley Gazette. 

avra,tLSlA.^ll»T:KA.n.— (Hertfordshire.) 

A coDBiilerahlo town, with a good-clasn n>?iit«ntial population at the laat 
census of (1911) 7,ao3. ItiBanoduc«tinnal ceotre, anditiimlustrios include 
large chtmieal works.— Paper for tht diatrict^ 

BERKHAMSTEAD GAZETTE AND TRING AND DIS- 
TRICT NEWS. Friday for Saturday, 2d. 
Independent. Established 1904. 
Circulates in Bcrkhamstead, Tring and the district, 
Tlie Gazette is independent of party politics, and is entirely 
devoted to the interests of the town and district, reporting all 
local events fully. 
Proprietor— E. Needhaui. 

BERiriCK-ITPOIV-TWBKD (Northumier. 

land.) 

is a luunicipaiborongh and important garrison town aod holiday resort. A 
considerable coasting and foreign trade is earned on from the port. 
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ManufactureB and i 



fiol.. 
ron- 
f oandriei. nsheries. &c. Population (1911) 13,(^75.— Papers /or Uu 4tJlri«a - 

BERWICK ADVERTISER. Friday, l(i. 
Liberal.— Established January 2, 1808. 
Circulates through Berwick, Alnwick, Belford, Wooler, Cold- 
stream, Duns, Haddington, Dunbar, Northumberland, Box- 
burgh, Berwickshire, and East Lothian. 
PhOPRIETOB — Henry Richardson Smail. 



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BERWICK JOORNAL AND NORTH NORTHUMBER- 
LAND NEWS. Wednesday and Thursday, Id. 
Nbdtral. — Established 1855. 

Circulates in Berwick-upon-Tweed, on Tweedsido in North- 
umberland, on the Borderland and in Edinburgh, Glasgow, 
Newcastle and other cities. 
Full detailsof local intelligence, and advertisements. 
Proprietor — Alexander Steven. 

BERWICK MERCURY. Saturday. Gratis. 
Independent. Established 1893. 
Circulated free in Herwick-on-Tweed and the surrounding 
villages. Contains a brief summary of local news with 
advertisements. 
PuHithtr — George Martin. 



BETTWyS-Y-COKD.— (CarmrvonsAtVo.) 

A Tillage on the river Uy^gvry, four miles soutb or Llauwrst. Faiuous for its 
•oeoery and pictur«*^w; waterfalls. A farourite resortof touriita. Popula- 
tion (1911) 915.— Pap«!r/or th'. diitrict— 



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ETTWYS-y-COED AND NORTH WALES WEEKLY 
NEWS. See North Wales Weekly News^ Conway. 



I8 a municipal borough and market-town , and the " county town " of the Bast 
Riding. It has a considerable trade in iron, coal, and leather, in ship- 
building and the manufacture of agricultural implements— facilitated 
by csnal and railway communication with Hull. Population (1911) 
\Zfi5i.— Papers for the diatrict — 

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 ail the local and Urban Council news, also the 
important general news of the week. It is an excellent paper 
for the district. 

Proprietors— Green & Son. (Advt., p. 652.) 

BEVERLEY AND EAST RIDING RECORDER. 
Saturday, Id. 
Liberal.- Established July 7, 1855. 
Circulates in the East Riding of Yorkshire. 
A family newspaper, paying special attention to agricultural 
and county matters. Gives full reports and photographs of 
local affairs. 
Proprietor— Walter Watson. 



BBXHUIi-OM-SEA.— (Suwei.) 

One of the most rapidly riBinff health resorts on the south coast It has a 
splendid promenade three miles in extent, and hasa picturesnue situation 
midway between Hastings and Eastbourne. Population (19111 15 S8l — 
Papert 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 Hre freely used. 

Proprietors— Bexhill Printing Co. (Lim.). 

London Office — Craven House, Kingsway, W.C.2. Tele. Hop. 
4620, 

BEXHILL-ON-SEA OBSERVER. Saturday Id 
Independent Conservative— Established May. 1896 
Circulates in Bexhill and district. 

The Observer gives full and accurate and where possible 
illustrated reports of all occurrences in the district 
Peoprietghs— F. J. Parsons (Lim.). 

BEXIiET HBATH (Kent.) 

A large town with a population of (.WW if, «X.-Paiieri for the district- 

BEXLEY HEATH AND BEXLEY OBSERVER 
Friday, Id. Neutral.— Established March, 1867 
Circula.te8 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. 
Pboprietoe— 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. 

Office: 99, Broadway, v^m.,. iaa.,p.oi6). 



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. 
Proprietor— T. W. Jenkins. 

ttTCE»T[JEVi.— {Oxfordshire.) 

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) 3,385,— 
Paper for the district— 

BICESTER ADVERTISER. Friday, ^d. 
Unionist.— Established 1879. Incorporates the Bicester 
Herald. 

Circulates throughout the counties of Oxfordshire, Northamp- 
tonshire, and Buckinghamshire. 
The general news of the week is well arranged. 
Proprietor— W. E. W. Pankhurst. 

BI»D Vl,lPa..—{Stafford*hire). 

On the fringe of the Staffordshire coal and iron district, close to the Cheshire 
bouiidiiry, with agricultural districts to the north. Population 5,657.— /'aeer 
for the district. 

BIDDULPH CHRONICLE. Saturday Id. 
A localised edition of the Congleton Chronicle. 

BTOEVOJa,n.— {Devonshire.) 

A prettily-situated seaport town In the northern division of the cnurity. It is 
within two luiles of the far-famed Northani Burrows and Itoyal North 
Devon Golf Links, and that fashionahlc watering-place, Westward Ho ! 
possesses a good market, and has railway and steam comniuuication. 
There is a flourishing collar and cuff making industry; and it is an increas- 
ingly popular residential neighbourhood. Population (isil) 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. 
Proprietors — Coles & Lee. 

WESTERN EXPRESS & TORRINGTON CHRONICLE. 
(Amalgamated with Torrington GaietU and Weekly 
News.) Saturday, id. 
Independent.— Established 1873. 

Circulates in the market towns of Bideford and Torrington 
and North Devon and East Cornwall. 
Proprietors— Coles and Lee. 

BICeiiES'Vr ADX!.— ( Bedfordshire.) 

A growing town on the river Ivel ^ trihutary of the Ouse). The eor- 
inarket, (>nce 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 iu England, and the manufac- 
ture of pickles is largely carried on. Population {l^l\j 5,376. 
District Population 26,718 -Papers for the district— 

BEDFORDSHIRE EXPRESS. Friday, U. 
Independent.- Established 1859. 
The Expresx circulates largely in Bedfordshire and the neigh- 
bouring counties. Is the chief agricultural organ, and is read 
by .ill classes. 
Proprietors— Carling k. Hales, Ltd. 

BIGGLESWADE CHRONICLE. Friday, l<i. 
Independent.— Established 1891. 
Circulates in North Beds, and especially in Biggleswade, 
Sandy, Potion, &c. 
Pbopbietor— Charles Elphick. (Advt., p. 552.) 

■NJORTH BEDFORDSHIRE COURIER. Friday, Irf. 
-LM Unionist. 

Circulates in Biggleswade and district, Bedford, Hitchin, 
Potton, Sandy, Shefford, St. Neots, and North Bedfordshire 
generally. Gives full reports of local and district news and is 
read by all classes. 

Proprietors— Spong & Son, High Street. 

ioTufon 0;^ce—H9, Fleet Street, E.C.4. Tele. Holbom 5228. 
(Advt. p. 665.) 

BIKKEWHEAD {Cheshire.) 

This county borough is one of the largest British norta. with eitenaive docks 
and warehouScB. Il is the northern terminus of the G.W.K. and iian a huge 
trwiHport trade with all pans of the Kingdom as well as East India, Uhina 
and South African trade. One of ihe greatest ship builtliug yards in the 
' world is situated within the borough. Population (1917) HO.o k).— Pap«rs for 
the district— 

BIRKENHEAD AND CHESHIRE ADVERTISER, 
AND WALLASEY GUARDIAN. Wednesday Jrf. ; 
and Saturday \hd. 
Conservative.- Established 1853. 

Circulates in Birkenhead, Liverpool, and the Hundred of 
Wirral, West Cheshire, and North Wales. 
Publishers— B. Haram & Co. (Advt., p. 562.) 



THE ENGLISH PROVINCIAL NEWSPAPKll PRESS. 



IT3IRKKNHKAD NKW8. Wednesday, K i Saturday, IJrf. 
Jj LiDKiUL.— Established 1877. 
Oironlattw in Hirkouliond and tlie district of West Chesliirc. 
Tlio AV/M makes a special f«aturo of local and districtiutcl- 
Hgencc, and also contikins a selection of Kuuural news. 
/^W("»A*ri— Willmcr Brothers Ic Co., Ltd, 

D ■ niW IliCH AM.— ( Warwickshire.) 

TliK Matroi>iU> of llie Mldlsncla. I< the thlnl larg«t i:lty In tho United KInnlom 
Kniin fiirly tiinee tho home of the motiil industry, Blrmiunhain'i factoriei 
Ictv,- L.Town ronsiderahly since tho outbreak of tho war. It would l»o inii>o«- 
Hil'li lo iiivo nnyrhiuji like a detailed list of the nianufaelurea of the 
U'wu ;iiid district. It IH the " wark«hoj} of the KoTlA." It returrirt seven 
Miiolomof I'arliament. In 1811 there were hut 85.000 inhahilaiita. but 
tite iKtpuiation of Ulmilugluun ftud ar«at«r Birmingham Ij now DW.OOO.— 
P«P0r« tor Vu dutrict— 

ASTON AND BAST BIRMINGHAM NEWS. Sat., Irf. 
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. 
Proprietoks— ^ic»M«jA<iOT Nem Co. (Ltd.). 



BIRMINGHAM CATHOLIC NEWS. Friday, 1^ 
Catholic. E>>tabli8hed ISOfi. 
Circulates in Birmingham and throughout the Midlands. 
Gives all the Catholic news of the Midlands, with general and 
local intelligence. 
Publishers — New Catholic Press, Ltd. 
X«n<fonO//tc«— 8, Bouverie Street, E.C.I. Tele. Central 4289. 



BIBM INGHAM DAILY MAIL. Evening, Irf. 
Unionist.— Established 1870. 
Circulates in Birmingham and Midland Counties. 
The Jtfati, which iscarefully edited, has fully met the require- 
ments of a popular evening newspaper. It gives fully the 
foreign, commercial, local, sporting, and general news. 



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Publishers — John Feeney & Co. 
London Ofpee—SS, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. 
(Advt., p. u09.) 



Tele. Holboni260. 



BIRMINGHAM GAZETTE. Daily, W. Saturday, W. 
Liberal. — Established as Aris's Gazette 1741. 

The onlv halfpenny morning paper of the Midland counties, 
and circulates in an area with a population of four million 
people — Birmingham, and the countiesof 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. The latest news of the day is given in an attractive 
and concise form. 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 
and agricultural matters. 

PR0PRIBT0B8 — The S irmingham Gazette (Ltd.). 

London Office— n, Bouverie Street, E.G. 4. Tele. City 6107. 
(Advt., p. 508.) 

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 ha.s shown its ability to meet 
the changing conditions of the time and enjoys considerable 
popularity among the masses in this busy district. 

Proprietors — Birmingham Gazelle, Ltd. 

London Office— \7, Bouverie Street, K.C. 4. Tele. City 5107. 

BIRMINGHAM NEWS. Saturday, Id, 
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. 

VliOeRiB,TOBa—Birm.inghamKews'Co.XUi,). 



BIRMINGHAM POST. Dally, Irf. 
Unionist.- Established 18r>7. 

Circulates in liiriiiinghnm, and throughout the whole of 
Warwickshire, Woroestershin', StflffonlMliiro, Shropshire, Glou- 
ccstersliirr, IliM-i^fuiclsliiri', and Kimth Wales. 

A<lvocatos the iiilcresls and aims at retlecliiig tho opinions 
of theinhabitnnls of tho above im|Kirtant districts. Gives the 
coiumorcial, trading, and other iutelligcuce of those counties; 
the latest news of tho day ; original reports of all racing 
meetings ; and an admirablv written City article. It is in every 
respect an eicollcnt newspaper. 

Publishers — John Feeney Sl Co. 

London Offiee—SS, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. HoHjorn 260. 
(Advt., p. 609.) 

BIRMINGHAM WEEKLY POST. Friday, Irf. 
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. 

London Office— SS, Fleet Street, K.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 280. 
(Advt., p. 509.) 

ERDINGTON WEEKLY NEWS. Saturday, Id. 
Independent. — Established 1898. 
The onlv paper published in the district. The recognised 
organ for all Oniuial Advertisements. Gives all the local and 
district news. 
Peopeietobs — Birmingham News Co. (Ltd.). 

EVENING DESPATCH, Id. 
Liberal.- 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. 
Proprietors— The Birmingham Gazette, Ltd. 
London Officer— M, Bouverie Street, E.C.4. Tele. City 6107. 
(Advt., p. 508.) 

HARBORNE AND WEST BIRMINGHAM NEWS. 
Saturday, \d. 
Independent. — Established 1891. 

Circulates in Harborne, West Birmingham, and the fashion- 
able residential suburbs. 
Peopbibtors — Birmingham Neycs (Ltd.). 

\/riDLAND COUNTIES HERALD. Thursday, 1<«. 
iy_L Ksttiblishcd 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 coluinna contain much general information, and articles 
of public interest. 

Office— \i5. Cambridge Street. (Advt., p. 664.) 

London Office— 5, Stanlake Road, Shepherd's Bush, W. 12. 



PORTING BUFF. Daily Id. 
See Hvening Despatch. 

PORTS ARGUS. Saturday, Id. 



A Saturday night and week-end jiaper circulating in Birm- 
ingham and throughout the Midland Counties generally, having 
the largest sale and beinjj recognised as the principal paper 
of its class published in this wide area. 

PaopRiBTOBS — The Birmingham Gazette, Ltd. 

London Offiee—n, Bouverie Street, E.C. 4. Tele. City 6107. 

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. 
Propeietors — Birmingham Neics Co. (Ltd.). 

WHAT'S DOING AND THE BIRMINGHAM ECHO. 
(Illustrated.) Saturday, W. 
Neutral.- Established 1882. 

Circulates in Birmingham and district, and appeals largely to 
theatre goers. Contains licensed tnule and sporting gossip, 
illustrations and criticisms of local allairs. 
Peophietors— Parkes & Groves, 36-6, Coleshill Street. 



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BIRATAIii:'.— ( Yorkshire.) 

Amaaufacturing town with a population of 11911) 7,117.- Pajw./»r H« di,tr,ct- 

BIRSTALL NEWS, AND GOMEESAL, BIRKENSHAW 
AND DRIGHLINGTON ADVERTISER, t riday, lid. 
auiONlST.— Established 1880. , n „ , 

Circulates in the district between Batley and Bradfoul. 
PnoPRiETORS— iVCTPg Printing Go. (Ltd.), Batley. 
Lotidon Office— S5, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Centra! 2994. 

BIRSTALL HERALD AND GOMERSAL COURIER. 
Thursday, Hd. 
Liberal. Established 1891. „ ,., . cu, ^ 

A reprint of the Hechnwndmike Herald. (Advt., p. 5bi.) 

BlSHOr-AUCItliAWI*.— (DurAam.) 

The district is eitcnsively engaged in coal mining, coke burning, the manu- 
factaring oj iron, and agricultural operations. Tlie recentdcepening of 
the coal-pits to the lower and more valuable seams of coals, and the 
•uccessfulworting of the iron-stone quarries m Cleveland, have made 
thisdistrictoneof thebusiest in the country for the production ol coal, 
manitacturc of iron, and coke burning. Population (1911) 13339.-Poper 
for the dietrici— 

AUCKLAND AND COUNTY CHRONICLE. 
Thursday, Ud. Established 1851. 

This old-established paper has incorporated many othernews- 
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 8 to 10 pages of 
good family reading. 

Proprietohs— North of England Newspaper Co., Ltd. 

London Office— 17, Bouverie Street, E.G. 4. Tele. City S107. 
(Advt., p. 526.) 

BISHOP'S HTOWtWOttn.— (Hertfordshire.) 

A large town on the borders of Essex, a (IrBt-class station on the iu>iin 
line of the Great Eastern Railway, midway between London and Cam- 
bridge, and is the junction for branch line to Dunniow, Braintree, &c. 
It has an extensive corn and cattle market. It is one of the largest 
malt-making towns in the world. Population (1911) 8,733.— Paper /or the 
district— 

HERTS AND ESSEX OBSERVER. 
Friday afternoon for Saturday, Id. 
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. 

Prophietobs— Mardon Bros. 
BISHOP'S CA.STt.-E.— (Shropshire.) 

An agricultural centre, being a borough on the border of Montgomeryshir 
with good markets. Population (1911) 1.409.— Paper /or the district— 

BISHOP'S CASTLE ADVERTISER AND CLUN NEWS. 
Neutral.— Established October, 1900. Friday, Id. 
Circulates in the borough itself and also extensively in the 
adjoining town of Clun, with surrounding villages. 

Propbibtor— W. F. Marks. 

BliACKBI7R]V.— ( LancatAtre.) 

Thecentreofadeiisely-populated cotton manufacturing district embracing 
KO.Ooo inhabitant!!, with a large iron and coal trade. There are also 
some large paper niills. Is a parliamentary borough and market-town 
Sends two members. Population (1911) IXS.mt.— Papers for the dietrict— 

BLAGKBDRN AND ACCRINGTON CATHOLIC NEWS. 
Catholic. Established 1893. Friday, Hd. 
Circulates in Blackburn and surrounding districts. 
All the news of the Catholic Church in the district appears 
jn its pages, with general and local intelligence. 



Publishers— ¥iovi Catholic Press, Ltd. 
London Office — 8, Bouverie Street, E.G. i. 



Tele. Central 4289. 



BLACKBURN TIMES. Saturday, l^d. 
Liberal.— Established 1855. 

Circulates in Blackburn, Darwen, Chorley, Accrington, 
Whalley, Glitheroe, Great Harwood, Kishton, 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. 

Pbopbiktobs— Geo. Toulmin & Sons, Ltd. 

London Office— \ri-5. Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Central 4481. 
(Advt., p. 662.) 



BLACKBURN WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. Saturday, l^d. 
Established 1899. 
Circulates throughout Blackburn and North-East Lauoasliire 
generally. Has an influential following and is an excellent 
ex.tmple of a high-class family weekly newspaper. The local 
news of this large textile centre is given at length. 
PublisJter—T. P. Ritzema. 

London Office— S^, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Holborn 5770. 
(Advt., p. 566.) 

VTORTHERN DAILY TELEGRAPH. Evening, Id. 
IN Liberal.— 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 Bail// 
Telegraph covers is one of the wealthiest and most thickly 
populated in the kingdom. 

The Telegraph is thoroughly up-to-date in every dep.artment, 
and contains the latest commercial, local, general, and foreign 
news, markets, sporting, &c. It reaches all classes of readers. 

Publisher— 1. P. Ritzema. 

London Office— So, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Holborn 6770. 
(Advt., p. 666.) 

BliACHPOOI/.— (LancaiAiVe.) 

The most progressive health and pleasure resort in the Briti^^h Isles. 
Its extensive sea view, fine sands, and luagniHcent promenade and 
carriage-drive three miles long,are unequalled in the kingdom, whilst its 
tempered westerly breezes the year round are peculiarly invigorating. 
Resident population 70,000; visiting population, during the season, 
300,000.— Papers for the district— 

BLACKPOOL HERALD. Tuesday and Friday, Id. 
Established November, 1843. 
Circulates in Blackpool, Fleetwood, Poulton, Kirkham, 
Lytham, St. Annes-on-the-Saa, the Fylde, and over Wyre 
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. 4. 

BLACKPOOL TIMES AND FYLDE OBSERVEB. 
Wednesday and Saturday, Id. 

Liberal. — Established June, 1877. 

Circulates in Blackpool, St. Annes-on-the-Sea, Lytham. 
Fairiiaven, Bispham, Norbreck, Thornton, Cleveleys, Rossall, 
Poulton, Kirkham, Garstang, and the agricultural district of 
the {"vide (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— S6, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Holborn 2791. 

BLACKPOOL WEEKLY STANDARD. Friday. Gratis. 
Independe.vt. Established 1898. 
Circulated free in Blackpool and District. Gives a selection 
of local news and illustrations. 
Proprietors : Collins & Co., Blackpool (1911) Ltd. 

GAZETTE-NEWS FOR BLACKPOOL, FLEETWOOD, 
ST. ANNES, LYTHAM, &c. Tuesday, U. ; Friday, IJd. 

Progressive Conservative. — Established 1873. 

Circulatesextensively 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 
oSicial announcements. 

Proprietors — Blackpool Gazette-News (Ltd.). 

London Office — 21, Paternoster Square, E.G. 4. Tele. Central 
7673. 

Bli AC K ^VOOJtt- (MonvunUhshire). 

A market and important mining t*iwn. A rapidly rising centre for three 
important vnlleye,— /'a/jer/or thedittrict— 

BLACKWOOD AND DISTRICT VS'EEKLY ARGUS. 
Established 1915. 
A localised issue of the South Wales Weekly Argus. 

BliAKlWAIT WHtiTlL-XTOCi.- (Merionethshire.) 

Principally devoted to the slate and fn^nite Industry. Population (1911) 9,662. 
-Papers for the distriet— 

aWYLlEDYDD NEWYDD (New Watchman). Tuesday, W, 
Established 1877. 
Gives the local and general news in WelsU. 
Publuher—heviie Davis, 



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YRHBDEOTDD. Satarday, Itf. 
Independent. 
Chiefly <l<iv(>tccl to local news, and printed in Welsh. Very 
[|iopular in tho district. 

Pbopbibtorb— J. D. Da vies and Co. 



[BtAKWATOSr.— (J/b»»»OK</t«A»re.) 

Ther* an- ■>xl«nifvi> Ironworks at Blnenavon and it has a poi.ulatton of (I9U) 
ia.0ln y'n/w /or tlu diUrict- 

[T5LAENAV0N AND ABERSYCHAN WEEKLY ARGUS. 
J ID Fridiiy Id. 

A localised edition of the South ]\^alea Heekly Araiia, 
iNewport. (Advt., p. 669.) 



'VHjATKnVOIHn.—iDorteisMre.) 

Tin- Ct^ntral market-liiwn of Dorwt, cunlaiQlng iUll) 3,i:s Inbabltuta.- 
PaptTfur the district-- 

BLANDFORD AND EAST DORSET UERALD. 
Thursday, \d. 
See PooU, Parhstone and East Dorset Herald. 

BI-AYWOW.— (2>MrAa7».) 

A thrivlni? tiavn on the Tyne, five miles west of Uatesbcad. PopuUtion 

(I'JIOI X\\AU.- raper for the dUtrict— 

BLAYDON COURIER. Friday, U. 
Independent.— Established 1905. 
Contains all the ue^vs of the Blaydon (New) Parliamentary 
Division. 

Propkietobs— R. Jackson & Co, (Advt., p. 652.) 
BI.TTH.— (A'ortAumier/onrf.) 

A considerable seaport town, with a population of 09111 31,300.— Paper tot 
ihr district-- 

BLYTH NEWS. Monday and Thursday, \d. 
Neutkal.— Established 1874. 
Circulates in Blyth and in the extensive mining and agri- 
cultural districts comprised in the Morpeth and Wansbeck 
parliamenttry divisions. 
Publisher— T. G. Nicholson. 
London O^e— 165, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele., Central 671.5. 

BODaillV ( Coi-nwall^ 

The asslio town. Population (1911) 5,734.— Pap«r» /or (As cfislrict— 

CORNISH AND DEVON POST. (Bodmin and Wadebridge 
edition). Friday, lj(i. 
Liberal.— 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 Comith Leadir.) 
Friday, IJrf. 
Independe.vt. — Established 1901. 
Circulates in Bodmin and the county. 

The Guardian 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. 
Peopkietok— A. Browning Lyne. 



BOG^iOK.— (^Kjjej;.) 

A rising seaside town, much resorted to by vlBitorBdurinstheBcason Foon- 
Ution ( 1 Wl> 8,142— Paper for the dittrict— 

BOGNOR OBSERVER, VISITORS' LIST, AND WEST 
SUSSEX RECORDER. Wednesday, l(i. 
Independent.— Established 1872. 
Circulates in Bognorand county. 

The Observer gives the local news and a complete list of 
visitors. 
PaopRiETOBS— R. J. Acford, Ltd. 

B0IiT01V.—( LancoiAire.) 

Iiaparllaiuentaryand municiiial borough in Lancashire. and Is Indebted for 
its importance to its cotton manufactories, iron worko, and bleaching 
eslablialinientB; the imi'roved niechaiiisin of tiic fornicr branch of trade 
having originated liere, by Sanmel Crompton, inventor of tiie spinnini; 
inulf.niarliiiit.ry to u great extent is manufactured. Nnineniuscollicriea 
are in tire iieiKlibourhood, and between this place and Wigan are found 
Iiirge tinantitfes of canuel coal. PojiuUtion of Borough (IWl) 180.885 — 
I'apers/or the di$trict— 

BOLTON CATHOLIC HERALD. Friday, l^d. 
Catholic. Established 1893. 
Circuliites in Bolton and surrounding districts. 
All the news of the Catholic Church in the district appears in 
its pages, with general and local intelligence. 

Pvblishers — New Catholic Press, Ltd. 

London Office — 8, Bouverie Street, E.C.4. Tele. Central 4289. 



BOLTON OHROKIOLB. Friday, Id. 
CONSKRVATIVK.— Established October, 1824, 

Circulatos through Bolton Karnworth, Knrsley.Mttle LiTer, 
Kcclei;, Swinton, I'litricroft, l.ittl.! Hulloii, Worsloy, Mnncliester, 
Blackburn, Wi){an, Rainsbott-oin, Bury, Chorlcy, Uarwcn, Wi'it- 
houKhton, Turtou, Ilalliwcll, Heywood, Ra(lclifT«, Horwich, 
KiviiiKton, Adlington, Blackrod, Atherton, Tyldcsley, I^jigh, 
HiikIIhv, houthport, Blackpool, Lytham, and all the gurround- 
mg villages. 

Distinguished for its sympathy with all efforts for the social 
and moral elevation of the masses in the manufaoturing 
districts, and is a paper of general information on manufactur- 
ing, social, political, local and literary topici. 

Manaijei — W. H. Kitching. (Advt., p. 653.); 

London Office— 92, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. Tele. City 6670. 

BOLTON EVENING CHRONICLE. Id. 
Consehvative.- Established 1870. 
A smart up-to-date paper. Circulates as above. Isgnei a 
Green Final Sports Edition on Saturday night. 
Manaser—W. H. Kitching. (Advt., p. 653.) 
London Office— 92, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. Tele. City 6670. 

BOLTON EVENING NEWS. Daily, Id. 
LiBEUAL.— Established March 1867. 

Circulates in Bolton and the outlying townships : also in 
Pamworth, Bury, Radoliffe, Chorley, Hindley, Horwich, West 
Houghton, Wigan, Tyldeslej- Leigh, and adjacent localities. 

The News in nonnal times consists of 48 full-sized columns, 
and has full telegraphic and telephonic services each day; also 
gives reports in extensooi all important meetings and events in 
these towns and districts. Soldier's portraits and letters are 
a feature of this journal. 

In its Le.ading Articles a warm support is given to Liberal 
politics, and great attention is paid to questions of local 
interest. 

Proprietors— Tillotson & Son (Ltd.). 

London O/pee— Temple Bar House, 23, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. 
Tele. Central 3550. (Advt. facing title.) 

BOLTON JOURNAL AND GUARDIAN. 
—Friday, \d. 

Liberal.— Established November, 1871. 

Circulates in Bolton, in all the 26 townships of the Bolton 
Onion, and adjacent districts. 

The Bolton Journal and Guardian 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. 

Proprietors— Tillotson & Son (Ltd.). 

London Office — Temple Bar House, 23, Fleet Street, K.C. 4. 
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 points of cricket and football. 

JiOT^,— This publication is suspended diiring the war. 
Proprietors— Tillotson & Son (Ltd.). 
London Office— Tem]tle Bar House, 23, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. 
Tele. Central 3556. (Advt., p. facing title.) 

BOOTIi E.— ( Lancashire.) 

A count; borough, oituate on Che estuary of the Heraey. Bootle lithe 
aeat of the American tiiut>er and shipi'ing trades, and ita commodious 
docks are used by the large lines of ocean-gointr steaiunhii)*. Kitensive 
factories exist in the borough. Population (1910) 74,000.— i*aperj for (A« 
dUtrict— 

BOOTLE HERALD. Friday.lR 
Conservative. — 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. 

PublisherK ~R. Johnson & Co. (Ltd.). 
Limdon Office— I3i, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. 

BOOTLE TIMES. Friday, Irf. 
Indepe.n'DE.nt.— Established 1876. 
Circulates in Bootle, Lithcrland, Seaforth, ice. 
A good local newspaper. 
Jhiblishfrs — liootle Times (Ltd.) 
London Office— H5, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 4934. 



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•VTTALTON TIMES AND NOKTH LIVEKPOOL TIMES. 
W Friday. U. 

Circulates in Walton, Aintree, Fazakerley and Sefton. 
A reprint of the Booth Times, 

WATERLOO TIMES. Friday,!^. 
Established 1876. 
Circulates in Waterloo, Crosby, Blundellsands, &o. 
A reprint of the Bootle Times. 

nO^TO'N.— (Lincolnshire.^ 

Is a proBpering town, and the chief place of the Holland division of Lincoln- 
Bhire and the principal market for farmers and others in South Lincoln- 
Bhire. The outfall of the river 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 deal?, battens, iron, linen, hemp, grain, and ballts; 
and imports coals from Scotland, Sunderland, and Newcastle, It exports 
a large quantity of coals from the Midlands and South Yorkshire. There 
ar« several important manufactories of linseed cake, tobacco and cigars, 
mastard, catsup, and feather purifying works In the town and neigh- 
bnnrhood. Population of Parliamentary Borough (19H) 32,082.— Poper* 
for the district— 

BOSTON GUARDIAN, SKEGNESS ADVERTISER, AND 
LINCOLNSHIRE INDEPENDENT. Saturday, Id. 

Liberal.— Established January, 1854. 

Circulates tliroughout 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 and general news of *he week is given fully. 

Peopribtoks — The Lincolnshire Newspaper and General 
Printing Co. (Ltd.) 

London Offlce—151, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. 

LINCOLNSHIRE STANDARD, with which is incorporated 
the Boston Independent and Linoolmhire Advertiser. 
Friday (for Sat.) lid. 
Unionist.— Established 1878. 

Circulates in Boston, Spalding, Peterborough, Lincoln, Horn- 
castle, 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 
HorncastU, Spilsiy, Alford and Lines. Standard. 
Pbopeietoes— Z^?!OoZ»*Wj'« Standard (Ltd.). (Advt., p, 563.) 

B01JR1V K..— {Lincolnshire.) 

A market town in an agricultural district. Population, 4,344 ; rural district 
Vi.'Hil.— Paper for the district— 

LINCOLNSHIRE FREE PRESS. Tuesday. 
INDEPESDENT.— Established 1847. 
A localized edition of the Lincolnshire Free Press published 
at Spalding (see under Spalding). (Advt., p. 563.) 

B01T»]»EM0tJTJB[.— (.ffamp»Atre.) 

A watering-place of great celebrity, most pleasantly situated on the southern 
coast, which has risen into great favour within the last few years. It 
has the peculiar adrantage of a double or continuoiu 8«aton. In the 
summer months it is filled 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. Population 
(1911) 80,000.-Pap«rj /orthe district- "puuinon 

BOURNEMOUTH DAILY ECHO. Id. 
Independent.- Established 19(X). 
Circulates largely in Bournemouth and the populous 
surrounding districts. Is well served with news by a private 
telegraph wire from London. 

PK>ZwAer»— Hampshire Advertiser County Newspaper Co., 
Ltd. 

London Offiee~-69, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holbom 2169 
(Advt., p. 552.) 

BOURNEMOUTH GRAPHIC. Friday, U. 
Necteal.— Established 1902. 
(Circulates in Bournemouth and district amongst residents 
and visitors. 

The illustrated journal for the Southern Counties— Its 
special features are its cartoons, illustrations and local and 
distnct news. 

Pbopeietobs.— Bournemouth Graphic Publishing Co. 

BOURNEMOUTH GUARDIAN. Saturday, l<i. 
Nkcteal.— Established August, 1883. 
Circulates in Bournemouth, Christchurch, Southampton, 
Poole, Parkstone, Wimborne, Ring wood, Wareham, &c. 

Devotes many columns to the local and district news of the 
week and 18 m every way an excellent family newspaper 
Special editions are issued for Poole and Swanage and for the 
county generally. 

Manager — E. A. Colbome. 

London O/liee—9'2, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. City 6870. 



BOURNEMOUTH VISITORS' DIRECTORY. AND POOLE 
CHRISTCHURCH, & EAST DORSET ADVERTISER. 
Wednesday and Saturday, li(i. 
Independent. — Established 1858. 

Circulates extensively among the residents and visitors in 
Bournemouth, Poole, Christchurch, Wimborne, South Hants 
and East Dorset. 
JPutlijthers—W. Mate & Sons (Ltd.). 
London Ojjiee— 134, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. Tele. City 7984. 

SOUTHERN GUARDIAN, with which is incorporated the 
Blandford and Sturminster Netvs, and the Weekly News 
for Hants and Dorset. Saturday, \d. 
Circulates through a wide district in Dorset and Hants. 
A reprint of the Bournemouth Chiardian. 

B'nA.CX.TilSir.—iFortha'mptonsMre.) 

Is an important agricultural district, and In the 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 noknowledged salubrity from its elevated position. Population 
(1911) 2,ta3.— Paper /or the distrlet— 

BRACKLEY OBSERVER. Friday, l\d. 
NeUTBAL.— Established May, 1856. 
Circulates in Brackley and throughout the counties of 
Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire, and Oxfordshire, 
Peopeietoe— W. E. Pankhurst, Bicester. 

BRADFOIIO.— ( Yorkshire.) 

Is the principal centre of the wool industry, and famous throuRhout the world 
for the manufacture of woollen, worsted, and silk textile fabrics- Listers' 
groat silk and plush mills are near the heart of the city, and the extensive 
works of Sir Titus Salt. .Sons, k Co.. Ltd., are on the boundary. Both firms 
are known on every continent. Engineering is extensively carrier! on. and 
there are the great Ironworks of the Bowling and Low Moor companies. 
Bradford, noted also for its handsome stone buildings, was created a Borough 
in 1847, and a City in 1897, and given a Lord Mayoralty in 1907. Has a popu- 
lation of 290,000 and a rateable value of £1,665,108— Papers for the district— 

BRADFORD CATHOLIC HERALD. Saturday, l^d. 
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. 
Pbopeietobs — New Catholic Press, Ltd. 
London Office — 8, Bouverie Street, E.C. 4. Tele, Central 4289. 

BRADFORD DAILY ARGUS, id. 
Unionist.- Established January, 1892. 

Circulates very extensively throughout Bradford and district. 
In its collection and presentation of news 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. 

Puhlisher — J. Patterson. 

London Office— 151, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 6903. 
(Advt., p. 509.) 

BRADFORD DAILY TELEGRAPH. Id. 
LiBEBAL.— Established 1868. 

Circulates extensively in the city of Bradford, Shipley, 
Bingley, Keighley, Skipton, the whole of the townships andf 
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. "The 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. 

Pbopbietoes— The Bradford and District Newspaper Co. 
(Lim.). 

Londm 10 ffiee— 62, Ludgate Hill, E.C. 4. Tele. City 3678. 
(Advt., p. 510.) 

BRADFORD PIONEER. Friday, Id. 
Labouk.— 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. 
LiBKBAL,— 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. 

Pbopeietobs — The Bradford and District Newspaper Co, 
(Ltd.). 
London Office— 62, Ludgate Hill, E.C. 4. Tele. City 357 . 



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lOOTIiALL ARGUS. Saturday, id. 

Etstablished 1909. 
flivps re|)ort8 of all Saturdays matches, notes and comments 
on local gimos and i>layer«. 
^ rubli'hfn —BrniUonl & County Constitutional Press Co. Ltd. 

■ London Office— Ul, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Ccntrnl 6903. 

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'•OOL KECORD, 
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Exclusively devoted to wool interests 
Published at 10, Booth Street. 



Established 1909. Thursday, 2U. per 



■"ORKSIMRE OBSERVER, established in 1834 as the 
a rail ford Ohserrer. Daily, IJrf. 

LiBKBAL.— Established February 6, 18.34. 

Tlio Yorkshire Observer, is a first class county paper, rank- 
ing amongst the few great Provincial dailies. I'ublished 
simultaneously in Bradford and Leeds, it circulates all over 
Y'orkshire and in the neighbouring counties, but particularly 
covers the great centres of iiopulation in the West Riding. 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 
partioa alike as a matter of course. The Observer has the 
further advantage of being the only morning paper published 
in Bradford. 

Proprietok— Sir James Hill, Bart. 

London Office— Mi, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holbom 1107. 
(Advt. p. .W5.) 

YORKSHIRE OBSERVER BDDGET. Saturday, 2d. 
Liberal.— Established August 7, 1869. 

Circulates largelv not only in Bradford and Leeds and the dense 
population of the'West Riding, but throughout Yorkshire and 
the adjoining counties. 

Contojns 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. 

PaOPBlETOB— Sir James Hill, Bart. 

London Offiee—V2, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Bolbom 1107. 

YORKSHIRE SPORTS. Saturday evening journal. Id, 
Established 1900. 

A paper devoted entirely to Sports and Pastimes. It contains 
full reirorts of same dav'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. 

Pboprietobs — ^The Bradford and District Newspaper Co. 
(Lim.). 

London Office— 62, Lndgate Hill, E.C. 4. Tele. City 3578. 



Ii A ntArkoc-town. The diBtrict ia principalljr agrlcultnral i bat nianufiictures 
of Bilk, rrare. and straw-itlait arc carried on Population (1911) 6,l«8.-« 
Paprra/ifr the dittrict— 

BRAINTREE AND BOOKING ADVERTISER. Wed., Id. 
Independent— Established September 28, 1859. 

Circulates in Braintree, Bocking, Bardfleld, 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. 

Propbietors— JK»««a> Weekly Newt Seiiea (Ltd.) (Ad., p. 563.) 



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RAINTREE GAZETTE. Thursday, IJiJ. 
Independent. 



{Set UaUtead and Colne Valley Gazette, Halstead.) 
BRlGCOW.—( Brec*nocA»Air«.) 

The County Town. It is deligdtfully Blluated at the eonflufnec uf the 
nonJdu with the Uak. The impulation of the county It chiefly cnffagcd 
in a«riculture, but in the southern portion there is a largo numtwr of 
people employea in coal mining and industriea dependent on the coal tioldg. 
Brecon is one of the most improving towns in South Wales. Povulation 
(llill)5.00B.— />ayer»/or the district— 

BRECON COUNTY TIMES. Wednesday for Thursday, IJrf. 
CONSEIIVATIVE AND UNIONIST. Estilbli.shcd IStJO. 

Circulates throughout the county of Brecon, and the border 
r-ounties of Hereford, Radnor, C.irmarthen, Pembroke, Glam- 
irgiin and Monmouth. It is the recognised county organ for 
ill! business purposes, and the oldest newspaper but one printed 
in the Principality. 

Local and county news given in full. 

l'ROPBlErOR»—Breeon Omnty Timet (Ltd.). (Adrt., p. 553.) 



BRBCON AND RADNOR EXPRESS, CARMARTHK.N 
AND SWANSEA VALLEY OAZBTTK, AND BRYN- 
MAWR DISTRICT AOVERTIHER. 

Wednesday for Thursday, \d. 
Liberal.— Established July, 18X9. 

Circulates in Breconshire, Itadnorshiro, Carmarthenshire, 
parts of Montgomeryshire, Herefordshire, Monmouthshire 
and the mining districts of Glamorganshire. 

The Exprest is most carefully conducted, every detail being 
under personal supervision. It has many excellent features. 
Pbopbietob— 0. E. Sayco. (Advt., p. 563.) 

BRKMTFOIKD.—CAf u^/^wz.) 



A county town, 
dittrict- 



with a population of (igil) ia,M4.-P(r«r for Iki 



COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX INDEPENDENT. 
Wednesday and Saturday, Id. 
Independent. — Established 1882. 

Circulates in Brentford, Twickenham, Hounslow, Isleworth, 
Chiswiok, Acton, Gunnersbury, and district. 
Pbopbiktors — Brentford Printing and Publishing Co. (Ltd.) 
Tele. Ealing 1032. 

BR B %V OO n.—{St<{for(khire.) 

An ancient market-town In the rich aKrtcultural district of West Stafford, on 
tile borders of flalop, with sevenil seats of tile nobility and Rentryinlts 
immediate Ticinlty ; also a richly endowed Grammar Hehrxti. to which 
lias been added an Agricultural College In c^)auectton Willi the County 
Council. Population of the district (liUI) li^iSi.— Paper for tite diitrict— 

BREWOOD COURIER AND WEST STAFFORDSHIRE 
COUNCILLOR. Friday for Saturday, Id. 
Independent. — Established 1895. 
A local edition of the Cannock Chate Courier. (Advt., p. 854.) 

ani.nGViXn.—iGlamorganihire.') 

A market-town on the Ogmore. It has extensive tanneries and fonndrles. 
There are large iron-works and collieries in tlie immediate vicinity. 
It is also in the fertile Vale of Glamorgan, where agriculture has 
arrived at such a high state of perfection. Population (li*ll) 8,0a.— 
Papert for the district— 

GLAMORGAN GAZETTE. Friday, Irf. 
Independent.— Established 18G6. 

The one popular paper for Bridgend, Port Talbot, Aberavoni 
Maesteg, Ogmore and Garw Valleys, Cowbridge, and the other 
great mineral and agricultural districts of Bridgend and 
Central Glamorgan. 

The Oazette 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. 

Publithers—The Central Glamorgan Printing and Publishing 
Co. (Lim.). 

OUTH AND MID-GLAMOBGAN CHRONICLE. 

Friday, id. 
Libbbal-Labouh. — 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— r/t»» publication is suspended during the war. 
Publithers—The Chronicle Co. 

BBID«MORTH.— (SArop/Atre.) 

a municipal borough, with carpet, spinning and sllk-printlnf mmnafac- 
tortes. ll isalsoapolling-placefor thesoutborn division of tb«coant7* 
Population (1911) 6,TW.— Paper for the district— 

BRIDGNORTH JOURNAL. Saturday, Id. 
NBOTBAL.^Kstablished September, 1854. 
Circulates in Bridgnorth, and throughout South Shrop- 
shire. 

Advocates social improvement and progress; and contains 
the local news, latest intelligence and a selection of miscel- 
laneous news. 
Proprietor— Rowland Edkins. (Adrt., p. 553.) 

BRIBCI'n^AT En.— (Somersetshire.) 

A municipal borough, port, and the centre of the Bridgwater parliamentarr 
division, situated on the river Parret. Bridgwater Is aot«d 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, *' ' * 



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tb<< antral mart for an important aKrli'uUiiral district. 
borough (1911) lfi,80!i— Paper* for tft« diatriei— 



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BRIDGWATER INDEPENDENT AND COUNTY PRESS. 
Saturday, Id. 
Liberal.- Established 1871. 

The only newspaper printed and published in Bridgwater. 
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. 869.) 



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BRIDGWATER MERCURY. Wednesday, 2d. 
Independent.— Established 1855. 

The Brulgtsater Mercury is the oldest, largest, and 
acknowledged leading local journal. The area of its circula- 
tion embraces four parliamentary divisions, and includes tne 
towns of Weston-super-Mare, Bridgwater, Wells, Glastonbury, 
Street, Buruham, Highbridge, and Williton. 

Proprietors— Woodley, Williams & Dunsford. 

London Office— 1^9, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 982. 
(Advt., p. 569.) 

RRT1>Y>¥7VC}T01V.— ( Yorkihire.) 

Sometimes Mlled nurlington. The parish includes Bridlington and Bridling- 
ton Ouay. The latter has a fine bay, and many good hotels and lodging 
houses, and is much frequented in summer for sea-bathing. There are 
eitensivesea-wallsand iiroracnades. with carriage drive extending a iiiiie 
along the cliffs. This important watering-place now ranks second onljlc 
Scarborough. The sands and drives are probably the best in Yorkshire, 
and the two stone piers arc the largest and best in England. I opulation 
(IWl) t4,sai.~Papers for the district— 

BRIDLINGTON CHRONICLE. Friday, Id. 
Neutral.- Established 1897. 
Circulates in Bridlington Quay and district. . . ,. 

The local and district news is given at length, vnth lists of 
visitors, general intelligence, &c. 
Pbopbietoe— W. Forster. 

BRIDLINGTON FREE PRESS. Friday, Hd. 
Pbooressive.— Establisheil 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 jiapers in the district. 
Proprietors— Scarf/orough iWtrcKrv Newspaper Co. (Ltd.). 
London Office— 62, Ludgate Hill, E.C. 4. Tele. City 3578, 
(Advt., p. 528.) 

BK¥1»I»011T.— (D»r«/WitVe.l 

Is a municipal 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 USll) 6,919.— Paper /or the district— 

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. 
Pbopbietor,^W. Frost. (Advt., p. 510.) 

BI»lEKFIEIil>.— (Z(M!casAiV«.) 

A cotton manufacturing town with a population of (1913) 8,950— Paper for the 
dtttriet- 

TLJRIEKPIELD LEADER. See Nelson leader. 
BR¥B1tIiBT 'ar-Mj^j,— (Staffordshire.) 

1b a populous town, lying between Dudley and Stourbridge, and adjoining 
both. It forms an important portion of the parliamentary borough of 
Kingswinford, and has extensive collieries, flre-clay, glass, brick, and 
ironworks. Population (1911) 12,264.— Papers ^or (Tie diatricf- , 

OODNTT ADVERTISER. Saturday, Id. 
Independent — Established 1853. 

Circulates in Brierley Hill, Stourbridge, Wordsley, Kinver, 
Kineswinford, 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 
in South Staffordshire and East and West Worcestershire. 

Pbophietors— Ford & Addison (Ltd.). 

London Office— i&, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 2994. 

COUNTY EXPRESS. 
See under Stourbridge. 

COUNTY HERALD FOR STAFFORDSHIRE AND 
WORCESTERSHIRE. Saturday, lj(i. Established 1897, 
Circulates in Brierley Hill, Cradley Heath, Stourbridge, 
Kidderminster, Rowley, Halesowen, Hagley, Old Hill, Black- 
heath, Langley, Pensnett, Kingswinford, Sec. 
Pbopeietohs- Midland United Newspapers, Ltd. 

Bit I C «.— ( Lincolnshire.) 

A market-town, with a population of (1911) 3,S13.-Pajwr /or tHe dUtrUt- 

LINCOLNSHIRE STAR. Saturday, Id. 
Libebal.— Established 1889. 
Circulates in Brlgg,Gainsboro', the Scunthorpe iron district 
Bnd the villages of North Lincolnshire and the Trent Valley 
PB0PBIBT0B8— W. G. & C. F. Davy. 



BKIOKOIJSXS.— ( 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) 
20.845.— Papers/ortfte district- 

BRIGHOUSE ECHO. Friday, U. 
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, &o. 
Proprietors — John Hartley (Ltd.) (Advt., p. 510.) 

E-)R1GH0USE FREE PRESS. Thursday, Jd. 
y A loyal advertising sheet delivered from house to house 
in Brighouse and district. 
Published by the Premier Printing Co. (Brighouse) Ltd. 



BKI€}BlTI,IWG»EA.-{^ssea;.) 

a small seaside resort, with a residential population of (1911)4,404.— Paper /or 
the district— 

BRIGHTLINGSEA NEWS. See Eaut Etiex Advertiser, 
Clacton. 



BRVOHTOIV {Sussex.) 

Isaparliamentary and municipal borough, and a fashionablewatering-place. 
It possesses great facilities of communication with the metropolis, and 
with other partsof England, by the London, Brighton, and South Coast 
Railway; and isgrearlyfreauentedon accountof the excellentsea-bath- 
ing. It has often during the season, as many as 70.000 visitors. Popula- 
tion of parliamentary borough (1911) 131,250.— Papers /or the district— 

BRIGHTON ADVERTISER. Saturday morning, \\d. 
Independent.— Established 1878. 
The Brighton edition of the iSuitex County Serald, Lewes. 

BRIGHTON AND HOVE SOCIETY, with which is incor- 
porated the Brighton and Hove Guardian. Thursday, \d. 

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. Essentially light and pleasing in its tone, 
it has many fashionable contributors, and is a society paper. 

Proprietobs— Emery & Son (Ltd.). 

London Office — 131, Finsbury Pavement, E.C.2. Tele. London 
Wall 5756. 

BRIGHTON AND HOVE TIMES. Friday, \d. 
CONSERVATIVE-lNDBPENDENT.-Establlshed 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. 
Proprietobs— W. E. Nash (Ltd.). 

BRIGHTON GAZETTE, HOVE POST, SUSSEX AND 
SURREY TELEGRAPH. Wednesday and Saturday, lif. 

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 
fashionat)le arrivals and departures, court and news. 

PuoPKiKTOK — W. J. Towner. 

London Office— 69, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. 

BRIGHTON HERALD. Saturday, lj(i. 
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 rejiorts of all 
public proceedings and events; special attention is paid to 
local intelligence, the drama, concerts, and entert-ainments 
generally; and the journal is conducted in all its depart- 
ments with great ability. 

Proprietors— Brighton Herald (Ltd.). 

BRIGHTON, HOVE Sc SUSSEX GRAPHIC. Thursday, Id. 
Indepe.ndent, Established 1915. 
Gives a pictorial record of the local happenings of the week. 
A ]):iper tliat makes a popular appeal in the locality, being 
profusely illustrated with local portraits and views. 
FiMisher — T. Frampton Carter. 

BRIGHTON OBSERVER. Friday, IJrf. 
Independent.— Established 1856. 
A reprint of the East Sussex X'ews. 

See under Lewee. ' 



THE ENGLISH PROVINCIAL NEWSPAPER PRESS. 



lid 



BRIGHTON STANDARD k FASHIONABLK VISITORS' 
LIST. Tuesdny, Thursday, and Saturday, 2d. 
Established 1865. 
Its contents are desiRtied for fashionable reader« who reside 
In or visit HriRhton and Hove; tlioy comprise the arrivals 
posted up to (late, liotol lists, and visitors' general directory ; 
also fasiiionable intelligence, and notices of entertainments, 
with notes on current topics and forthcoming events. 
Proprietor — Edward Fox I'atmer. 

EVENING ARGUS. Daily, R 
Independent.— Established 1880. 

The Evening Argut 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 moment to 
obt.iin the news of tiie hour. Great attiintion 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 
puolished daily. 

Proprietors— The Southern Publishing Co. (Lim.), 130, 
North Street. 

London Office— ^9, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Holbom 2268. 

MORNING ARGUS. Daily, Jrf. 
Independent. Established 189G. 
The morning edition of the Evening Argus. 

SOUTHERN WEEKLY NEWS. Saturday, lirf. 
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 
presents the local intelligence in a bright and attractive form. 

Proprietors— The Southern Publishing Co. (Limited), 130, 
North Street. 

London Office— 69, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Holbom 2268. 

QUSSKX DAILY NEWS. Id. 

O 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 gives 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. 

Proprietors— The Southern Publishing Co. (Limited), 130 
Narth Street. 

London Offke-^9, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Holborn 2268. 

SUSSEX EVENING TIMES. Daily, i(i. 
Conservative-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, 
&c.,&c. 

NOTE — This publication is suspended during the war. 
Pboprietors- W. E. Nash (Ltd.). 

nnwrnTOIj.— (Gloucestershire.) 

Bristol occupies the seventh place araongr the largest towns in England 
and in its contributions to the National Exchequer it stands third 
among the great ports. Its chief industries include shipningand the 
various agencies which depend on shipping. It is surrounded hv 
coalfleids. 

Among Its larger imports are grain, provisions, fruit, timber, wine, oil and 
dairy produce. It is an important manufacturing centre for tobacco 
cocoa, cotton, clothing, corsets, boots and sfaoes, confectionery' 
engineering, glsps, hatB, paper bags, soap, etc. ' 

The leading educational Institutions Include Bristol University Clifton 
College, Bristol Grammar School, The Merchant Venturers' Tprhnicnl 
College, Olltton Higk School t )r Olrls, lledland High .School tor Girl, aii, 
Colston School for (iirls. Clifton is tlie fashionable suburb of Bristol 

The population of Uristol in I9N was S6.!.31'i and the city returns four members 
to ViLTi\nmvot.—J'afKr> /Or the diitrict— 



AVONMOUTH MAIL & SHIPPING GAZETTE 
Friday, id. Established 1911. 
Circulates in Avoumouth, Shirehampton and Bristol. Con- 
tains the local news of the week and pays special attention to 
shipping intelligence. 
Publisher— J. Wigmore Cook, The Barton, Briatol. 



BRISTOL CATHOLIC HKRALD. Frid*y, lid. 
Catholic. Established 1806. 
Circulates in Bristol and the south-west of England. 
Gives all the Catholic News of the district, with general and 
local intelligence. 
/*M.W/..Af;M— New Catholic Prens (Ltd.). 
London Office — 8, BouTerie Street, B.C. 4. Tele. Central 4889, 

BRISTOL BVBNIKG NEWS. id. 
Independent.- Established 1877. 
Circulates in Bristol and the neighbouring counties. 
Gives in its several editions the day's news — commercial, 
political, foreign, and general. Special athletic edition everjr 
Saturday night. 
Publishers— Walter Reid & Son, Ltd. 
London Office— 69, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. (Advt., p. 653.) 

BRISTOL EVENING TIMES AND ECHO. Daily, id- 
Unionist.— Established October, 1904. 
Circulates in the City and in Gloucestershire, Somerset, and 
Wilts. 

A well arranged evening paper with all the usual features, 
telegrams, latest markets, &c. 
PvnhiSHKRS—Jiri.iti)l Tiviesand Mirror,Ltd. 
London Office — 180, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Holbom 4962. 
(Advt., p. 100.) 

BRISTOL EXPRESS. Wednesday, id. 
Indepbndent. — Established 1911. 
Circulates in Bristol and suburbs. A general advertising 
paper containing a selection of local news. 
Proprietors- Smith & Co. 

BRISTOL GUARDIAN. Saturday, i(f. 
Conservative. 
This is a good family weekly newspaper which conlbin^s ii 
selection of local and general news of the week with many 
interesting magazine features. The comments of the Bristol 
Chuardian are ably and readably written, and the journal is 
attractively made up. 
Offices— 29, Bridge Street. 
London Office— 66, Fleet Street, E.C.4. Tele. Holborn 2791. 

BRISTOL 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— VfaMev Reid & Son, Ltd. 

London Office— 59, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. (Advt., p. 553.) 

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 al I 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 Comer; 
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. 

Proprietors— .BmtoJ Times and Mirror (Ltd.). 

London Office— 185, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Holbom 4962. 
(Advt.. p. 100.) 

BRISTOL WESTERN DAILY PRESS. Id. 
Liberal-Independent.- Established 1858. 

Circulates in Bristol, Clifton, Bath, Kingswood, Gloucester, 
Cheltenham, Stroud, Trowbridge, Devizes, Cirencester, Chip- 
penham, Swindon, Weston-super-Mare, Clevedon, 'Taunton, 
Bridgwater, Ilfracombe, Wells, Exeter, Torquay, Weymouth, 
Bournemouth, Salisbury, Frome, Yeovil, Swansea, Cardiff, 
Newport, Chepstow, Forest of Dean, and the Western coimtisg, 
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 countiesof England. 

Publishers — Walter Eeid & Son, Ltd. 

London Office — 59, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. (Advt., p. 583.) 

OLEVEDON MAIL & SOMERSET TIMES. 
Saturday, 4<i, Established 1913. 
Gives the local news of the Clevedon district. 
PHblisher-i, Wigmore Cook, The Barton, Bristol, 



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THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



CLIFTON CHRONICLE & DIRECTORY. Wednesday, Irf. 
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. 
Offices — Merchants Road, Clifton, Bristol. 

CLIFTON AND REDLAND FREE PRESS. Thursday, Ji. 
Neutral.— Established 1890. 
Circulates in Clifton, Redland, Gotham, Westbury Park, 
Henleaze, etc. 
PBOPaiHfTOBS— The Bristol Free Press & Advtg. Co. tLtd.) 

HORFIELD AND BISHOPSTON RECORD. Friday, \d. 
Neutral.— Established 1894. 
A weekly record of local and other news appealing to this 
well-to-do district. 
Pbopbibtors— Bristol Free Press and Advertising Co. (Ltd.) 

NORTH SOMERSET GAZETTE. Saturd.ay, Jrf. 
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. 
PuHishcrt — Imperial Publishing Syndicate, Cheddar. 

PORTISHEAD, PORTBUBY & PILL GAZETTE. 
Saturday, \d. Established 1913. 
Contains the local news of Portishead and district. 
PuHisher — J. Wigmore Cook, The Barton, Bristol. 

SOUTH BRISTOL FREE PRESS. Saturday, Jrf. 
Neutral. Established 1909. 
Circulates throughout Knowle, Brislington, Totterdown, 
Southville, Bedminster, Victoria Park, etc. 
Pkopbietobs— Bristol Free Press and Advertising Co., Ltd. 



SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE GAZETTE. 
... Nectbal. Established 1913. 



Saturday, \d. 



Circulates in the suburbs of Bristol also at Avonmouth and 
the southern district of Gloucestershire generally. 
Puhlishert — Imperial Pablishing Syndicate, Cheddar. 

SPORTS TIMES. Saturday, Id. 
Re])orts all sport in the West of England. 
Publishers— Bristol Times and Mirror (Ltd.) 
London 0/^—185, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Holborn 4692. 
(Advt., p. 100.) 

BBIXHAII.— (Derojig/jtrc ) 

Large town situate on the western shore of Torbay, In t)ie eastern division 
of the county. It is said to be one of tlie largest fisheries in England, 
employing 200 sail of vessels, comprising about a),000 tons of shinning, 
and about 1,600 seamen of the town. It was here that William, I'rince 
of Orange, landed on November 6th, 1688. Population (1911) V,l)M.-/'ai)er 
for the district— 

BRIXHAM WESTERN GUARDIAN. Thursdays, l(i 
Independent.— Established 1882. 
Circulates in Brixham and neighbouring towns. 
A localised edition of the Western Quwrdian, Totnes. 

BMOAmSTAIRS.— (Zen<.) 

"" 'SSl'.-'paJ.'^'r/^^r^^l'ti'L''''*'"* place, with good sands. Population 

BROADSTAIRS AND ST. PETER'S ECHO. Friday Id 
INDBPENDBNT.-Established 1903. 
Circulates in Broadstairs and St. Peter's area, and gives local 
hews and comments fully. A localised edition of the Thanet 
Adcertiter. (Advt., p. 671,) 

BROADSTAIRS and St. PETER'S MAIL. Wednesday la! 
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. ' ''""' 

Publishers— Smt Kent Times (Ltd.) 



BROMLEY.— C£fn(.; 



* ■"£?TSron,7o"S"s'ou\"h''ofTJn'fon'°b??alf SS^.l'tTl^}' Parliamentary 
tolence and art school, secondary Mhooisfmw/.^i'"r?""°'""''''l«l 
a public llbrarv, seven AiglicVSrches, a RomirCMf,o'fc\''"'l''»" 
several chapels. The cottage hospital fcas befn.nlJr^ert f.'??"'''*'"' 
tinn grounds provided. The population nftiV» "^""^B'^'l and recrea- 
SaMI.-Papersfortludintrict.- ' ""' '«'""'«'> '■> IBU was 

TDROMLKY CHRONICLE. Thursday, Id 

Circulates in Bromley and West Kent (tenerallv 

The news IS attractively presented 

PuHishers-The Bromley & West Kent Newspaper Co. (Ltd.) 

BROMLEY JOURNAL. 
See South Eastern QazeUe, Maidstone. 



BROMLEY LOCAL GUIDE AND ADVERTISER. 
Saturday, Id.— Established 1903. 
Circulates in Bromley, Beckenham and district. A quarto- 
size paper of 16 pages, containing the news of the locality. 
Propbibtob— C. A. Hopper. 

BROMLEY TIMES. Friday, IJrf. 
Independent.- Established 1881. 
Circulates in Bromley, Bickley, Plaistow, Sundridge Park, 
Hayes, Shortlands, Beckenham, Farnborough, West Wickham, 
&c. 
The Times is a purely local paper, read by all classes. 
Office— Z% East Street. 
Publishers— Kentish jDistrict Times Co. (Lim.). (Advt., p. 516.) 

WEST KENT DISTRICT TIMES. Friday, U. 
Independent. Established 1900. 
Circiilates in the agricultural and small villages throughout 
West Kent, and claims great popularity. Its news is carefully 
gathered by an able staff of reporters and resident correspon- 
dents. 
It is the popular family newspaper for the district. 
Office— S9, East Street. 
Publishers — Kentish District Times Co. (Lim.) (Advt., p. 516.) 

BROiTIS«BOTJHi.— ( War tester shirt.") 

A market-town, ]uidway between Birmingham and Worcester, on the Bristol 
and Birmingham section of the Midland Railway. Tlie population in 
1911 was I6,l;}8 (Bromsgrove 8,9*^8, North Bronisgnive 7,2in). The chief 
occupation .if the inhabitants is nail, boot, elutliing, nulway wagon, 
salt, lint, and button making, market gardening and ornamental 
ironwork.— Paper for the district— 

BROMSGROVB, DROITWICH, AND REDDITCH 
WEEKLY MESSENGER. Friday, \d. 
Neutral.— Established January, 1860. 
Circulates in Bromsgrove, Droitwich, Redditch , and through- 
out a large district of Worcestershire and Warwickshire. 
Manager — J. Bate. 

BROiNlT ARJ» — ( Herefwdshire.) 

A market-town, u miles N.B. of Hereford, 14 S.W. of Worcester, and 13 
from Leominster (with all of which it is connected by rail), the centre 
of an important fruit growing and stock raising district. I'cpuIaticD 
(1911) \JfiS.~ Paper for the district— 

BROMYARD NEWS AND RECORD. Thursday, Id. 
Independent.— Established July, 1897. 
Circulates in Bromyard and its vicinity, 
A full report of the local news, with the general intelligence 
and varieties, &c. The only local paper of the district 
Propbietor— Vincent B. Weeks. 

BRX:WM[A^VK— (^recinocMtVe.) 

*Tio';,1lX",l^^"/^^Sr''ZiL°Srl^-' ■"■"" "■°"' ^'-■•'"'venny. Popula- 

BRYNMAWR AND BLAINA WEEKLY ARGUS. 
Friday, Id. 
A localised edition olihe South Wales Weekly Araus Newnort. 
(Advt., p. 669.) J y > P" »• 

BtJCKFASTIrEICm.— (Z»et)cmsAtV«.) 

Important woollen and serge manufactories, tanneries, .tc., make Buckfast- 
leigh one of the prominent towns of the neighbourhood from a bnsim-s. 
point of view.. Population fl911) 2,430. Attracts visitors by reason of 
proiimity to River Dart and Dartmoor.-P<i,,er/or the district- " 

BUCKFASTLEIGH WESTERN GUARDIAN. Weds U 
Independent.— E.-itablished 1882. 
Circulates throughout the Buckfastleigh district, and reports 
local events fully. 
A localised edition of the Western Gvardian, Totnes. 

A municipal borough. Agriculture .-ind a milk factory are the chief indn.tri,.. 
Population (1911; a,2S2.-J'aper /or the district- "oduitnei. 

BUCKINGHAM ADVERTISER AND NORTH BUCKS 
FREE PRESS. Saturday, IR ""^niiuciva 

Independent.— E stabl ished "1853. 

Circulates in Buckinghamshire, Northamptonshire, Oxford- 
shire, and Bedfordshire. ' '-'*'"'" 
Pbopbibtors— Waif ord &. Son. (Advt., p. 663.) 

HVn^— {Cornwall.) 

A watoring-pliieo on the North coast of Pomwall, about 1! miles fi-nn, Tn„n..«.f»« 
Population ol Budeand Stratton (1911) 2.ma.-PaplrMtl,'d°Zlf-''°'^°°' 

BUDE AND STRATTON WEEKLY NEWS 
Saturday, IJd. 

BUBWHAM:-0»-8EA.-(,Som«-«e<sAtVe.) 

Is ahe^lthyand rising watering-pl.acc on the Bristol channel, the terminus 
of the SoiiuTset and Dorset Joint Railway, with a pier for vessels fUl,?,ii 
boats, and ste.aiii.rs. It is annually tlie resort of a lawrnmiber,? 
visitors from all parts, and has line natural golf links The sninL 
trade and the manufacture of bricks, tiles. &c . ccupy the ^ a ,1 
about two miles to HIghbridge, where iarje markets ar,-l,.'d a, ! 

BURNHAM-ON-SEA GAZETTE. Saturday, Irf 
Established 1864. luruay, la. 

Gives a complete visitors' list of Burnham and district 
PB0PB1ET0B8— Patey & Co. 



frifi ENGLISH PROVINCUL ?JEWSI'APKR PRES9. 



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njjnnnA.THt-OTI-C.nOVCIt.-iEitex.) 

A riobtlns o«ntr« wltb l po[talatlon of (1911) S,190.~i*ap«T/or tht dUWM • 

BURNHAM-ON-CUOUCH ADVERTISER. Saturday, \d. 
Indkpkndknt. Kstablislieil February, 1904. 
(!ircul;itc« tlirouRhout the Dentil' Hundred of Ksto-x. 
. The Adrertiier is entirely a local paper and devoted to the 
interests of the town and district, 
Propiuetob— E. Dilliway. 



B 17 Rlf IiBir.—( Zancaf Aire.) 

URmarkot-towli.untliv Itivcr Bniii.'J'.'iiilh-tftotlienortliwardof Manchester. 
ItlsAproHpcroiisinanufivrturiiiK locality, cotton and woollen fabrlm and 
mAClilncry boinff ma<le in larKe 'luantltlcs. Tliercare, aUn, In the town 
and neighbourhood. colllerieii, iron imd brass foundries, breweries, tan- 
neries, and roi>e-walks. Topulation (lltll) 106,R37.— /•ii/»cr«/or tlu diMtrict— 

BURNLEY AND NELSON CATHOLIC NEWS. 
Friday, IJrf, CATHOLIC. Established 1905. 
Contains all the Catholic and some general news of the 
district. 
}'ublis/iers—'Sev/ Catholic Press, Ltd. 
London Office — S, Bouverie Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 4289. 

BURNLEY EXPRESS AND CLITHEKOE DIVISION 
ADVERTISER. Saturday, IJrf. ; Wednesday, id. 
Unionist.— Established 1852. 

Circulates in Burnley and Clitheroe division. The recog- 
nised advertising medium of all local public bodies. 
I'ubliJthers— Burnley Express Ptg. Co., Ltd. (Advt., p. 551.) 

BURNLEY NEWS. Incorporates the Burnley Gazette. 
Saturday, 16 pages, IJrf. ; Wednesday, 8 pages, \i. 
LlBEUAL.— 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 tiuld, dress aiul 

cookery, are si)ecially dealt with. 

Proprietors— The Burnley Neros Ptg. and Pub. Co., Ltd. 

WtVlX'TOJt-O'S-Tn.K'X'r.— {Staffordshire.) 

Burton Is a county borough in the county of Stafford. It is the chief 
brewing centre in the ktngdoui and has also several iron works, brewery, 
engineering works, show van, toy works and Rubber works. Poiiulation 
(19111 iViJi.^PajMrt Jvr >he diitrtet— 

BURTON CHRONICLE. Thursday morning, IJrf. 
Incorporates the Burton, Ashby and Coalville Guardian. 
Established over halt 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 — Chis. Tresise. 

London Offlee— US-Hi, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Central 
44*). (Advt., p. 612. J 

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, kc. 
Puhlighirs — Burton Daily Mail, Ltd. 

London Office— »5, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. Tele. Central 2994. 
(Advt., p. 511.) 

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 Reuter's full service of foreign, general, and sporting 
telegrams. 
Proprietor— Chas. Tresise. 

London Office— Ii3-Hi, Fleet St., E.C. 4. Tele. Central 4450. 
(Advt,, p, 512.) 

BURTON OBSERVER AND SOUTH DERBYSHIRE 
MAIL. Thursday, Irf. 
Unionist.— Established 1898. 

Is a good family and county paper, and contains all the week's 
local news in full. 
Puhliihei s— Burton Baily Mail, Ltd. 

London Office — 85, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. Tele. Central 2994. 
(Advt., p. 611.) 

U IT n.V,—(La?u:ashire. ) 

A parliamentary boroUKh. It is an Improving place, having cotton and 
woollen, paper-making, hat and slipper manufactories, CAlfco-printinK 
OBtabllshnifiits, b.eaching innebinc nirtkinR, and iron-works, with coal 
mines in the vicinity. l*ol'Ulatiou(lyll) 5<t,(H0,— /'a|»er«/or (A<rfw(ric(— 

BURY GUARDIAN. Wednesday,}^/. ; Saturday, Ihd 
Unionist.- Established ,Iuly 4, 1857. 
CircuLatesiu Bury and throughout Houthand 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— jBwry Guardian Co. (Ltd.). 
London Office— 115, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele, Central 2626. 



BURY TIMES.— SsturdsT.UtJ.; Wednesday, li. 
Liberal.— Established July, 1856. 

Advocates progress and social improvement. Published In a 
densely-populated iiianufaoturing district (the Bury Poor-Ii«w 
tinioii alone h:ivln);a population of al«)iit lWI,Of)il|, itpayscloM 
attention to all iimttersof a local nature, giving ample report* 
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 Printingand Publishing Co., Lira. 
(Advt., p. 654.) 

BURY VISITOR. Friday, id. 
iNDBi'ENDENT.— Established, July. 1871. 
Incorporated in 1909 the Bury Boro' Advertiter, and in 
1913, the Bury Ohsereer. 
Proprietors— Fletcher and Speight, Ltd. (Adrt., p. 654.) 

BVIt-r ST. KDiTIlTMnil {Sufolk.) 

The e:i|iiial of West Hullidk. It bai4 Lirge corn and caitle markets, the 
latter standing second to Norwich in Importance. The town is tnr- 
rounded by noblemen'ri and gentlemen's seatt^; and It iNissesses two of 
the grandest cburrhes In the kingdom. Ttie town returns one member 
to rarlianienl Population (l»ll) 18.785.— /"ojurs /or tlu diaria— 

BURY ST. EDMUNDS FREE PRESS. Friday, lid. 
Liberal.— Established 185.^. 
Circulates throughout Suffolk and East Cambridgeshire ; also 
in South and West Norfolk and North E^isex. 

Prophietors— Bury St. Edmunds Printing and Publishing 
Co. (Lim.) (Advt. p. 551.) 

BURY ic NORWICH POST & SUFFOLK STANDARD. 
Friday, Id. 
Conservative.— Established 1782. 

Circulates largely in Suffolk, Norfolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire 
and the Isle of Ely. 

The Bury and JVorwich Post is the oldest paper in the district 
and gives full reports of all matters of local interest. 
Oife;«— 19, Abbeygate Street. 
London Office— 113, Cheapside, E.C. 2. (Advt., p. 5.54.) 

nVX-TOX. -{Derbyshire.) 

Buxton lies in a pleasant valley, surrounded by hlllt; the lowest part of the town 
is 1.000 feet ttCKtve the sea. The climate is dry and bracing. Not«d for Its 
thermal watersand Imths. The waters are charged with nitrogen ga«, and are 
con^hlered efficacious in rheumatism, gout, and kinilred ailments. The 
bathing establishment is the fine-it in Europe. Pavilion and gardens. Imwn 
tennis, theatre, cricket. Rolf, banting and shooting. Band plays twice a day 
all the year round. Population (1911) Buxton 14,lS9.—i'apers /or tkt district— 

BUXTON ADVERTISER. Saturday, \d. 
Unionist.- Established 1852. 
Circulates in Buxton, and throughout Derbyshire, and is pur- 
chased by visitors for distant circulation. 
Pulilithers — Derbyshire Printing Co., Ltd. 
London Office : 159, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holbom 982. 

BUXTON HERALD AND VISITORS' GAZETTE. 
Tuesday for Wednesday, U. 
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. 
Proprietors — Buxton Uerald Printing;Co. 

HIGH PEAK CHRONICLE. Friday, lid. 
Consbrvattve. — Established 1906. 
A reprint of the Olossop-Dale Chronicle, 
See under Glossop. 

HIGH PEAK NEWS. Thursday for Saturday, l<i. 
Unionist.— Established 1870. 
It is specially devoted to county and district, and contains 
the local news of North and West Derbyshire. 
i^J^tjAers— Derbyshire Printing Co., Ltd. 
London Office— 159, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 982. 

CA.V.nPnS.lAlj'r.— (Glamorganshire). 

A mining town about 7 miles north of CardilT with extensive oolUeriee and Irao- 
works. Population (1811) 32,850.— faper /or lAe dutriet- 

CAERPHILLY JOURNAL. Friday, \d. 
Independent. Established 1904. 
*<! under Pontypridd. 

CAM BEUliE Y.-(5«»Tey.) 

A town with a population of l.^oilo. The Royal Mllitarr College anil the Slalf 
t^Ilcge are In the vicinity.— P.i per /or f/i« <liilri.-(— 

CAMBERLEY NEV/S AND YORKTOWN OBSERVER. 
Friday, Id. 
Circulates in Camberley, Frimley, Bagshot, Sandhurst, 
Yorktown, Blackwater, etc. 
Proprietors— Gale k. Polden (Ltd.). 
London Office — 2, Amen Comer, E.C. 4. 



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CA.nVOTtJS'E.— (Cornwall.) 

A miBing town, with a population of (1911) 16,829.— Pajwr/or the district— 

CORNISH POST AND REDRUTH EFFECTIVE 
ADVERTISER. Thursday and Saturday, Id. 
Indepexdbnt.— Established 1889. 

Besides giving the mine agents' interim reports, it gives 
reports of Cornish mine meetings held either in Cornwall or 
London, and contains the latest and most reliable news of 
the Home and Foreign Metal Markets. 
Manager — Herbert Thomas. (Advt., p. 555.) 

CAM.mH,m(iK.— (Cambridgeshire.) 

Derives Its Importance entirely from the celebrated University, which con- 
Bists of twenty colleges and one ball, situated in different parts of the 
town. All these institutions have been founded since the time of 
Edward I., and are supported hy various endowments. Each college is 
a body corporate.and bound by its own statutes, yet controlled by the 
paramount laws of the University granted by yueen Elizabeth. Cam- 
Drjdga is also the centre of an important agricultural district. The 
town returns one and the University two Members of Parliament. 
Population 55,000.— Papers /or the district— 

CAMBRIDGE CHRONICLE k UNIVERSITY JOURNAL. 
Wednesday, 2d. 
Conservative.— Established 1744. 

Circulates through Cambs, the Isle of Ely, Hunts, Norfolk, 
Suffolk, Essex, Bedfordshire, and Herts. 

Contains 12 to 16 pages, including pictures depicting local 
personages and events. 
Proprietors— CaTOJfirfi^e Chronicle (Ltd.). 
London OffUi— 17^-4-5, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. City 7662. 

CAMBRIDGE DAILif NEWS. id. 
Independent.— Established 1888. 
The Daily News reports all local and district news, with full 
telegrams of general news and sporting, and makes a specialty 
of University intelligence. 
Puhlisher—Vf. F. Taylor. 

London Office— il, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. City 4713 
(Advt., p. 554.J 

CAMBRIDGE INDEPENDENT PRESS & WEEKLY 
NEWS AND EXPRESS. Friday, IJrf. 
Independent.- Established 1807. 
Circulates in every part of Cambridgeshire, and is in every 
respect a good county newspaper. 
Publisher — Cambridge Independent Press. 
London Office — 44, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. (Advt., p. 554.) 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY REPORTER. Tuesday 
(during full term), with additional numbers at other 
times, 3d. 
Is the official paper for the University. 

Publishers — Cambridge University Press. 

London Office— Fetter Lane, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 6359. 

CA-MKIiFOHI*.— (CoTOM'oZ/. ) 

A picturcsiiue little town, near the source of the Camel. Near by are the great 
slate ciuamcB of Delalxjle. Population (1911) 6,093.— /'aperi /or the ditlriel— 

CAMELFORD AND DELABOLE GUARDIAN. 
Friday IJd. 
A reprint of the Cornish Guardian, Bodmin. 

CAMELFORD AND DELABOLE WEEKLY NEWS 
Saturday lid. 
A reprint of the Latinceston Weeldy News. 

CAVSiOCti..—(Slaford8hire.) 

A market and union town, governed by an Urban District Oonncll, which 
Includes in its area the neighbouring town of Hednesford and district 
also the oelobrated Chase. The inhabitants are largely employed in 
^owM^^d" Irt't-^ '""' "*'"''«• Population (1915) 30.000. 

/-^ANNOCK ADVERTISER. Saturday Id. 
\J Neutral.- Established 1878. 

Circulates in Cannock and the Cannock Chase district. 

The Advertiser is a well-arranged local paper with a good 
selection of general intelligence. 

Proprietor— V. L. Withington. 

CANNOCK CHASE COURIER AND WEST STAFFORD- 
SHIRE COUNCILLOR. Saturday, Id. and td. 

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 riticmi 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, 

Peopbibtob— Harry Praill. (Advt., p. 664.) 



CAWTK»BU«Y.— (A^eni.) 

Is a city, borough, and county of Itself. Its cathedral is erected on the site 
of theflrstcliiistian church built in Saxon England. In that cathedral 
Thomas A'Beckel was assassinated. Canterbury has a grammar-school, 
founded by Heury 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 its chief source of industry is the export (tf agricultural 
produce, especially hops. It has communication with London by two 
railways. Population (1911) 24,62%.- Papers/or the district— 

CANTERBURY JOURNAL. Saturday, U. 
Established October 8, 1833. 
Circulates through Ashford Canterbury, Faversham, Rams- 
gate, Margate, Sandwich, &c. 
Peopbietob— E. H. Elvy. 

KENT HERALD. Wednesday afternoon, U. 
Established 1792. 
Circulates throughout East Kent generally. 
Publishers — J. A. Jennings (Ltd.). 

KENTISH GAZETTE, AND CANTERBDRY PRESS. 
Friday afternoons, \^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— U6, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 9972. 
(Advt., p. 561.) 

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, and the 
Kent coal industry. 
Proprietor— E. H. Elvy. 

CA.VlJtJ.W.— (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 magniflceht 
series of docks, and its immense railway facilities. The East and 
West Bute Docks are each over a mile long, and the Itoath Dock Is 
still larger, whilst the chief Barry Dock is the largest dock in the world. 
The new Alexandra Dock oiiened by King Edward Vll. is aluiost eaually larpe. 
Thereare.further.the Penarth Dock and Harbouraud 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 
otherport 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 much 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.— Papers /or the 
district— 

CARDIFF AND SOUTH WALES JOURNAL OF COM- 
MERCE. Daily, Id. 
Independent. — Established 1904. 

This jiaper deals exhaustively with the South Wales coal, 
iron, steel, linplate trades and shipping. 

It contains all the commercial news calculated to be of 
interest in all industrial centres. 
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 lifty years this journal has been the chief weekly 
exponent of \Velsh Liberalism, and of the special questions 
affecting the nation.ality of the people of Wales. It is well 
illustrated, and contains full reports of all the local news of the 
week as 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 Office— 190, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Avenue 1323. 
(Advt., 3rd page of CO ver.) 

SOUTH WALES EVENING EXPRESS AND EVENING 
MAIL. D.aily, id. 

NON-POLITICAL.— Established 1887. 

Circulates throughout South Wales and Monmouthshire, the 
Forest of Dean, of Herefordshire and (Jloucestershire. 

Contains all the usual features of an Evening paper. Latest 
telegrams, markets, racing news. &c. 

Proprietors — Western Mail (Lim.). 

London Office— 116, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 1526. 
(Advt., p. 532.) 



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SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS, Id. 
Liberal.— Established 1872. 

Circulatca over an exceptionnlly large area, covering ten 
countip». It circulates largely in every town and villaae of 
Ulamorganahire, Monraouthsliire, Cnrniarthenshire, I'em- 
brokeshire, Montgomeryshire, Cardi^ansliire, lireconshire, 
Raiiuorshirc, tiie Forest of Dean, Bristol, Gloucester, Here- 
foril, anil West of Kngland. 

It is a political and commercial journal, conducted under 
exjierienced management. It is the chief organ of Welsh 
Liberalism, and consequently holds the position of one of the 
rcpresiMitative journals of the kingdom — its columns reflecting 
the drift of opinion over the larger part of Wales and the West 
of Knt:li\nd. 

It discusses freely all political, commercial, and social ques- 
tions. The important shipping, mining, manufacturing, and 
a','ricultural interests of South Wales and the West of England 
are specially represented. 

I'noPBiETOBS — David Duncan k Sons, Ltd. 

London 0/pe«— 190, Fleet,Str9et, E.G. i. Tele., Avenue 1323. 
(Advt.,3rd page of cover.) 

SOUTH WALES ECHO. Evening i<*. Eight editions daily. 
Non-Political.— Established October 13th, 1884. 
Circulates throughout all parts of South Wales, Mon- 
mouthshire, and West of England. 
Propkietors — David Duncan & Sons, Ltd. 
London Office— 190, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. 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 aj^ricultural districts of Carmarthenshire, Peinoroke, 
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. 

Pboprietoks — Western Mail (Lim.). 

London Ofliee—VS, Fleet Street, E.C.4. Tele., Holborn 1626. 
(Advt., p. 632.) 

WELSH CATHOLIC HERALD. Friday, IJrf. 
Catholic— Established 1894. 
Circulates throughout Wales and Monmouthshire. Is the 
organ of the Roman Catholic party, and gives all thelocal news 
of that body. 
Publhhers—^evr Catholic Press (Ltd.). 
London OffUe—S, Bouverie Street, E.G. 4. Tele., Central 4289. 

WESTERN MAIL. Daily, \d. 
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- 
strumental, to a very large extent, in forming public opinion 
upon tlie political, social, and commercial questions. By 
the assistance of a staff of special correspondents, English 
and Welsh, the readers of the Wesleni Mail are constantly 
presented with graphic pictures of the events in which Welsh- 
men are specially interested, whether fchey occur in South 
Wales or elsewhere ; while the London arrangements of the 
editorial 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. 

Propiuktors — Western Mail (Lim.). 

London Office— 176, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Holborn 1526. 
(Advt., p. 632.) 

CAR UICAW.— (Can%an«AtV«.) 

The county and seaport town Bituated on the river Teify. It poBsessea some 
coHsliiif; trade and is celebrated tor Its salmon and herring Dsheries, brick- 
works, iiotteriea, and engineering works. Population (1911) 8,57S.— Pnper 
/or the district— 

CARDIGAN AND TIVY SIDE ADVERTISER. Friday, IJd. 
Conservative.— Establishotl May, 1866. 
Circulates extensively in Cardiganshire, Pembrokeshire and 
West Wales generally. 
Proprietors— Mary M. & R, W. Thomas. 



CABl.ItlI<B.— (Cumier/anrf.) 

CarlltU Is the capital of Cumberland, and was in mieonttltatsd arountr^oronch. 
Tlie |>fi|iulstton of tin- district is hnih atfriculliiral aod maaufarluriuir. 
Carlisle Is the crntre of tlic Kiufllsli and Hrotch rallwar srstpm. rallwats 
radlHiltiff froni It cast. west, north and south. The potmlatlon Is 
prlncipailr occupied In branches of the iron and cotton. Mscult, cart.«t, 
and tin-plate niantiracturcs. lulnlnir and agriculture There Is alfo a 
C4insiderahle shipplnu interrst along the coast, and the coal and Iron 
trade are extrnstre. Very larfeOoverDment works bar* bwn •■iabUshe.l 
In the district, employing nianT thousands of hanils. PopolatlMl (lit?) 
estimated at 70,000.— Papers /or the district— 

CARLISLE JOURNAL. Tuesday, Id., and Friday, 2d. 
Liberal.— Established 1798. 

Circulates throughout the towns and villages of Cumber- 
lanti, 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. 

Publisfu-rs — Steel Brothers (Carlisle), Ltd. 

London Office — 6, New Bridge Street, E.G. 4. 

CARLISLE WEEKLY CITIZEN. 
Thursday for Saturday, Id, 

Independent.— Established 1914. 

A progressive paper conducted on modern jonmalistio lines. 
A popular paper among the working classes. It reports local 
events fully while it also specially caters for women readers and 
the home. 

NOTE. — During the War ii cor^rated tn the Friday 
issue of the Cumberland Evening Mail. 

Proprietor arid PiMisher—J. C. Barling. 

CUMBERLAND CATHOLIC NEWS. Friday, lid. 
Catholic— Established 1893. 
Circulates throughout Cumberland. 

All the local Catholic and general news appears in Its pages. 
J^tblis!iers—l!iev/ Catholic Press (Ltd.). 
London Office— S, Bouverie Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 4289. 

CUMBERLAND EVENING MAIL AND GRETNA AND 
DORNOCK PIONEER. Daily, Jrf. 
Independent. — Establi.shed Oct. 20. 1914. 
Circulates throughout Cumberland. Westmorland, West North- 
umberland, anti the South of Scotland. 

All the general and local news of the day is given in its several 
editions daily, and sporting readers are liberally catered for. 

Publishers — Cumberland Evening Mail Publishing Co., Ltd. 
(Advt., p. 556.) 

CUMBERLAND NEWS, Daily (except Friday), J<i ; Fri- 
day (Weekly edition), Id. 

Conservative.— (The Carlisle Patriot, established 1815;, 
the East Cumberland Neios, established 1883 ; combined aa Tht 
Cumberland Neics, 1910). 

The Nws circulates throughout Cumberland, Westmorland, 
West Northumberland, and the South of Scotland ; and reports 
fully the local news of this wide area. Its telegraphic and 
telephonic services of native news are copious and complete. 

Publijiher—U. N. Burgess. 

London Office— US and 144, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 
4450. (Advt., p. 556.) 



CARSf .A nVBLVi^.— {Carmarthenshire.) 

The capital of the county : is a iwpulous town on the Towy. The rjyer admits 
vess'-'ls of moderate burthen, and there are commodious quays. The dis- 
trict is an important one. not only in resiM^ct to agriculture, but lor Its 
numerous copper and tin works, coal and Irad mines nod iron foundries. 
The Great western passes through the town to Haverfordwest. Pem- 
broke, Milford Haren and the new ocean itort of Fishguard and the Car- 
digan Branch mas into the Great Western Line at the Carmarthen Town 
Station. The London and North Western Railway also runs into the 
town. Popniation (1911) 10,-iil.—^'o;'«rs /or (Ae distrfef— 

CARMARTHEN JOURNAL. Friday, IJrf. 
Conservative.— Established 1810. 
Circulates throughout the counties of Carmarthen, Pem- 
broke, Cardigan, and South Wales generally. 
Publishers— Journal Co. (Lim.). 

CARMARTHEN WEEKLY REPORTER. Friday, IK 
Liberal. — Est.ablished September, 1860. 
Circulates largely in Carmarthenshire and .South Wales. 
Advocates thoroughly Litieral principles in an iudcpen. 
dent manner, furnishes full and accurate reiiorts 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. 
Proprietress— M. Lawrence. 



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SEREN CYMRU. (STAR OF WALES.) Friday, Id. 
Liberal —Established, 1857. 
Circulate amongst the Welsh Baptists throughout the whole 
of the United Kingdom as the denominational organ. 

The news of the week is arranged for family reading, and 
Bpecial articles are a feature. 
Publishers — W. Morgan Evans i Son. 

WELSHMAN. Wednesday and Thursday for Friday, l}d. 
Independent.— Established 1829. 
Circulates in Carmarthenshire, Cardiganshire, rembroke- 
shire, and generally through South Wales. 

Advocates agricultural, 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. 
Pbopeietors — TKW»A»ian Newspaper & Printing Co. (Lim.). 

CARWABVOH,— (CamarponMtre.) 

The capital of Carnarvonshire is an snr]cnt town, situated partly on the 
Menat Strait, and partly on the estuary of the Selont. The town carries on 
a considerable trade in rooflng slates with London, LiTerpool, Bristol, 
Bcotland, Ireland, and America, The population is principally agricul 
tural; but the staple commodity of the county is slate, of which over 
1,500.000 tons are annually shipped from Bangor, Port Dinorwic, Car- 
narvon, and Portmadoc. Population (191IJ 9,119.— Paper* tor the district.— 

CARNARVON AND DENBIGH HERALD. Friday, 2rf, 
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. 4. Tele. Central 2626. 
(Advt., p. 561.) 

INESYDD CYMREIG. (Welsh Citizen.) Wednesday Ud. 
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. 
PublUhers—Oineajdd Publishing Co. Ltd. 

HERALD CYMRAEG (Welsh). Tuesday, lid. 
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 Office— 116, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Central 2623. 
(Advt., p. 661.) 

NORTH WALES OBSERVER AND EXPRESS. 
Thursday, Urf. 

Kational.— 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. 

PK*«»A«r»— Welsh National Press Co. (Ltd.). (Advt,, p. 666.) 

YGENEDL GTMREIG. Monday, IW. 
National.— Established 1877. 
Circulates throughout the Principality, and is a very popular 
Journal, being read by the best class of Welsh readers. 

Printed in tlie Welsh language. It gives special agricultural 
trade, and market reports, as well as all the general news of the 
■week, special Parliamentary Letter, etc. 
Pk*«»A«-»— Welsh National PressCo. (Lim.). (Advt,, p.666.) 

YGOLEUAD (The Light). Friday, Ud. 
Liberal.— Established 1869. 
Official organ of the Welsh Calvinistic Methodists 
Piiblu/urs— Welsh National Press Co., ltd. 

YWERIN A'R ECO. Thursday, Id. 
National.— Established 1885. 
Circulates in the extensive districts of Carnarvonshire, 
Anglesea, Menonethshire. Denbighshire, &c., and gives a verv 
complete report of every local event o o » ci;^ 

In the Welsh language. Is read by all shades of political 
opinion. 
PMWiMm- Welsh National Press Co. (Lim.), (Advt., p. 566.) 

CA»WF©IlTH.-(La7if<u«w.) 

8upi~,rted chicOyliy Iron works and railway works Tmnnrt>n, r.ii..,.. 
junction, London and North-W^estern with VirlivSK „„S J*''''*' 

ssrt,"i^%?.;^;„°r7*eT^?A;,^"5rtriS^st"<iJ't!^^^^ 

CARNFORTH NEWS. Saturday, Id. 
Independent.- Established 1884. 
A reprint of the Vlverilon News, (Advt., p. 662.) 



C AT JSIIK All .—{Surrey.) 

Aptly described as "a Land of Beauty," much famed for suburban resi- 
dences. Population (1911) W,8l\~Paper /or the district— 

OATERHAM&PURLBY WEEKLY PRESS. Saturday, IH. 
Neuthal.— Established December, 1889. 
Circulates in Caterham, Purley, Whyteleafe, Kenley, War- 
lingham, Godstone, Oxted, &c. 
Proprietors— The Holmesdale Press (Ltd.), Redhill. 
London Office — Marconi House, Strand, W.C. 2. Tele. City 
8710. 

CW.A.m».—{Somerietshire.) 

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) 
8,896.— Papers /or the district— 

OHARD AND ILMINSTER NEWS, AND SOMERSET, 
DORSET, AND DEVON ADVERTISER. Saturday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established Octobei^ 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 isgiven 
at length, with a selection of the general topics of the day 
Also issues a reprint. 
Publishers — Young & Son. (Advt., p. 555.) 

EAST DEVON NEWS, SEATON, AXMINSTER, LYME 
REGIS AND HONITON ADVERTISER. 
See Chard and Ilmiitster News. (Advt., p. 555.) 

TXrl^STERN ADVERTISER. Wednesday, Id. 

VV Neuthal.— 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— 169, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Holborn 982. 
(Advt., p. 669.J 

CHATHAM.— (/fen*.) 

I8 a parliamentary borougli, 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 (lyu) -12,250 j parliamentary 
borough, 92,886.— Papers for the dUtrict— 

CHATHAM, ROCHESTER AND GILLINGHAM NEWS. 
Saturday, Id. 
Independent.— Established July 2, 1859. 
Circulates extensively in Chatham, Rochester, Strood, 
Brcmpton, Gillingham, Gravesend, Dartford, Snodland, and in 
naval and military centres at home and overseas. 
PEOPEiKTOKa— 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. 
Peopbiktors- W. & J. Mackay &. Co. (Ltd.). 

CVLAWEVtTS.— (Cambridgeshire.) 

An important market-town, in a good agricultural district. Factories and 
large engineering works add to the importance of the place. Population 
(19II) 5;io9,— Paper /or the district— 

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. 
Peopkietob»— Sharman & Co., Ltd., March. (Advt., p. 664.) 

Ca.JEJLnijK.— (Staffordshire.) 

Uns a population of nljoul 0,000,— Paper« /or theiiatrict— 

OHEADLE HERALD. Friday, Irf. 
Neotkal.— Established September, 1877. 
Circulates in Cheadle and the towns and villages of the 
district. 

Propribtou— J. Machin. 

CHEADLE AND TEAN TIMES. Friday, Id. 
Nbuteal.— Established 1896. 
Circulates in Cheadle and the district. 
Publisher — J. Lowndes, 



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CtlKOn An.— (Somerset.) 



BtontlB Ak the cntnuico to tlm hniuitlfiil ('heildar VnlUjr. I« fiiiitoai for III 
olioc*'. roiiul'il 1011, ■i.:m ; OluHl.lar Valley lilJOil.— /■•nnl'/oi- IA< ittrltt— 

CHKDDAll VALLKY TIMES. Tlmrwlay afternoon and 
Kriiliiy moriiini?, id. KstablishiMl 1914. 
A weokly iKipor i-ffectually <-ovoriii){ the wholu of the Chcdil.ir 
Vallpv, including Wriugtoa Vnlo, A.xbridgo, Bauvvell, Draycott 
and Weilinoio. 

Pays apt'cial attention to the agricultural interests, and gives 
full reports of all local news. 

Published by the Imperial Publishing Syndicate. (Advt., 
p. 65J.) 

CllKI.M.«>FOnD (Etsex.) 

TtaeeouDtjrtownofEMez.BMtofablihoprte, head ofaparllamentarrdlvlRioc> 
■Dd a ninnicllial ttorotiKli. lias an imiiortant Cora and rattle market, it a 
station on tile Oreat KaBtern Railway; andstandiiin the very ei-ntre«( 
Checounty.on the ^rand Une of road, formerly Uoinan, from London 
to Colchester and the inetern counties. Agriculture and manufac- 
tares are the leading employments of the population of Kssex. As to 
manufactures many thousands of hands areen^ofted in the manufaoturk of 
machinery, electric liKhtinft, wireless telegianhjr and motor car apparatus. 
FopiUation I19I1I 13,(X«-Pop«r»/or<»«iiueri<i(— 

ESSEX COUNTY CHRONICLE. Friday, l<i. 
Independent.— Established 1764. 
Is entirely independent of party, and quite impartial in the 
detail of all proceedings, political or otherwise. A high-class 
country newspaper. 
Pbopbiktoes— Meggy, Thompson i Creasey, (Advt.,p.668.) 

ESSEX HERALD. Tuesday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1800. 
Circulates through all the principal towns in Essex. 
It contains the latest news; cattle, corn, and other markets. 
Pbopbietors— Meggy, Thompson k Creasey. (Advt., p. 658.) 

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 
Kssex. 

Pbopbietoes— The Ettem Weekly Nent Series (Ltd.) 
(Advt., p. 559.) 

ESSEX NEWSMAN. Saturday, iA 
Neoteal.— Established 1870. 
This is a paper for circulation among the masses. 
Pbopbietob»— Meggy, Thompson & Creasey. (AdTt.,p.658.) 

KSSEX WEEKLY NEWS. Friday, It^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. 

Pbopbibtobs— The Hisex Weekly News Series (Ltd.) 
(Advt., p. 5S9.) 

CHEI.TEWHA.M.— (G/o«feU«r»/.tr«.) 

A paiUamontary horsuih : Is delightfully situated in the vale of Gloucester 
and is celebrated for 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 £inirdom by the 
Oreat Western, Midland. Midland and South Western, Ilsnhury and Chel- 
tenham, and lloueybourne Hallways. Population (IMl) 4S.W4.— Papers for 
thti district— 

CHELTENHAM CHRONICLE AND GLOUCESTER- 
SHIRK GRAPHIC, Saturday, l^d. 
Unionlst.— 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, 2rf. 
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— ZooA«r-0» Printing Co., Ltd. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE ECHO. Daily (Five Editions), \d 
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. 



CB BP0TO W.— ( Monmoutkikir*.) 

Aicaiwrt town near the mouth of the Wye.carrylnir on a eonslderahU Irad* 
In tlnitier.bark ; exU'iisive foundries. wihnI anil Iron ahlphnlldlDM rar4a, 
ijuarriesmsiltonsa week conveyed to Avonmvntb Uuck). 4te. Vopnlft. 
tlon (mi) aiKl.-Z'ajier/or l*« ilialrlut— 

OIIKPSTOW WEEKLY AUOUS. Friday, \d. 
Circulates in nn extensive agricultural district, giving 
the local news very fully. One of the South Walu Argu; 

Newport, Series. 

Propbietors— iSowfA Wale» Art/iu Ltd. (Advt., p. 669.) 



CHERTSB'S'.— (Surrey.) 

This town Is one of the most anofont io the eonnty of Surrey, and It well 
known on account of the eelebrBl«d Abliey that once fl<iiirlshed here. 
Pour fairs are held durinfc the ye*r. Manufactures; llofit building and 
cabinet work. PopuUitlon (1911) 13,810-Paper/or tite dt'slrict- 

SURREY HERALD AND EGHAM AND STAINES NEWS. 
Friday, Id. 

Unionist.— Established 1892. 

Circulates throughout the Chertsey (or North-Westem) 
parliamentary division of Surrey, containing an area of 10 by 
20 miles, also in the Eps^om and tlxbridge divisions. The Surrey 
Herald is in every respect a well-conducted modem newspaper. 

Issues an edition for Woking. 

PBOPBiBTOBa— Rawlings ii, Walsh (Lim.). Tele. Chertsey 
191. (Advt, p. 670.) 



CIIESIII A m. — (Huckinghamthire). 

Chcshaiu is a busy manufacturing town in Mid-Bucks. The chief industrlct 
arc boots and shoes, brushes, and woodeuware. The town is also th« 
centre of an important asricuitural district. Wednesday la laarket day 
Population I19III aan.— Paper for tlu district— 

BUCKS EXAMINER. Friday, Id. 
Neutbal,— Established July 24, 1889. 
Circulates in Chesham, Amersnam, the Missendens, the 
Chalfonts, Chorley Wood and district. 
Proprietors — Page & Thomas (Ltd.) 
London 0Mce~l3\, Finsbury Pavement, E.G. 2. Tele. Wall 
6756. 



CHESTER.— (CAeMtre.) 

The capital of Cheshire: is aa ancient city, remarkable for a pecaMaiityof 
ooDBtructioD. The houses are excavated from the rock to the depth of ona 
atory beneath ttie level of the ground on each aide, and have a portico 
ruoninK along their front, level with the ground at the back, but one 
story *t)ove the street. These porticoes, which are called Tne Rows, 
afford a covered walk to pedestrians, and beneath tbem are shops and 
warehouses on a level with the street. The ancient walls are kept in 

?ood repair, and form adelightful promenade. The population (1911)30,008 
B principally engaged in agriculture, engineering, tobacco manufactuiiug 
and the \e&d\ndMMtry.— Papers for the dUtriet— 

CHESHIRE OBSERVER. Friday and Saturday, 2d. 
Unionist.— Established 1851. 
Circulates in Cheshire, Shropshire, and North Wales, and 
gives excellent reports of all local events. The Obierver is 
well conducted in every department. 

Proprietors- The Cheshire and North Wales Newspaper 
Co. (Ltd.). (Advt., p. 666.) 

CHESTER CHRONICLE. Saturday, 2<f. 
Liberal.— Established 1775. 

Circulates through Cheshire, Shropshire, North Stafford. 
shire. North Wales, &o. 

Advocates Liberal politics. Qives special attention to all 
local and agricultural matters. Is the representative organ of 
the Liberal party in these counties. 

Publisher — Charles Smith. 

London Ofllet—WS, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. Tele. Central 2626. 
(Advt., p. 5.^6.) 

CHESTER COURANT. Wednesday, Id, 
Unionist,— Established 1730. 
Circulates throughout Cheshire, Shropshire, Lancashire 
Staffordshire, and North Wales. 
The country gentleman's newspaper. 
Manager— 3. A. Birohall. (Advt., p. 6S5.) 

CHESTER GUARDIAN AND RECORD. Tuesday Id. 
and Friday, Hd. 
Neutral.- Established 1857. 

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. 
Pboprietors— Mackie & Co. (Ltd.). 
London OffUe— 173, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. Tele. City 7883. 
(Advt., p. 506.) 



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CHESTERFIEIjI* — (Derbt/shire.) 

An important town, fn a large mining, engineering and agricultural diatriet, 
a market centre for tlio nelghbourhoo<l and lias numerous coilieries, iron 
foundries, engineering works, extensive matting establishments, macliine 
works, potteries. Ac, &r. , where w.age8 are goo<l. Oliesterfleld stands Tery 
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 hand- 
some structure, and is noted for its unique crooked steepi e. Population 
(Will 87.429. Registration district 152.602.— Papers /or the district-- 

DERBYSHIRE COURIER, Tuesday, Jrf. ; Saturday, 1(^Z. 
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. 
Pbophietors — The Derbyshire Courier (1912) Ltd. 
London Offlce — 17, Bouverie Street, E.G. i. 

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 — Wilfred Edmunds (Ltd.). 
London 0/liee—&b, Fleet Street, E.C. 4, Tele. Central 2994, 
(Advt., p. 557.) 

C HESTER-1<E-8TREET.— (2)ur^<m.) 

A large town five miles north of Burham, having extensive coal mines and 
ironworks. Population (I9U) 78,5ft5. Paper for the district— 

OHESTER-LE-STREET CHRONICLE AND DISTRICT 
ADVERTISER. Friday, Irf. Established 1911. 
Circulates in Cheater-le-Street, Birtley, Fatfield, Washington 
and district. 
The local news of the week is well presented. 
Propkietors — W. Clarke & Sons, Ltd. 

CHICHEtSTER.— (5u«jex.} 

A city and county, and municipal borough. It stands in a plain between 
the Southdown Hillsand the sea, 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 SOO 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) 12,504.— Paper for the district— 

CHICHESTER OBSERVER. Wednesday, Id. 
Unionist.— Established 1887. 
Circulates in Chichester and the towns and villages of South- 
west Sussex. 
Proprietoes— R. J. Acford, Ltd. 

CHimSW HIA.M.— ( Wilithire,) 

18 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) &,3SS.— Paper /or the diatrict— 

TS-TORTH WILTS GUARDIAN. Friday, Id. 
IN Ixdependent.— Established 1873. 

The Guardian 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 commercial and agricultui-al 
community. 

Piibllihers — William Lewis & Son, Ltd. 

London Officer— lH, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. Tele. Central 4481. 
(Advt., p. 552.) 

CHimW« irORTOlV (Oxfordshire.) 

A market and manufacturing town, noted for the manufacture of tweeds 
In an agricultural district, with a population of (1911) 8,97'2.— Paper for 
the district— 

OXFORDSHIRE WEEKLY NEWS. Wednesday , 1 i. 
Neutral.— Established April, 1865. 
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 News 
keeps a thoroughly independent standpoint. 
PvbliJiheri—W. C. Hayes, Ltd. 
London Office — 4, Ludgate Circus, E.C. 4. Tele. City 5613. 

CHlSIiEHURST,— (A-ent.) 

A channingly situated town and village about 9 miles from London Ponn- 
lation (1911) 8.668.— J>aper /or Ifte district— ' 

CtHISLEHURST TIMES. Friday, l^d. 
/ Independent.— Established 1881. 

CJirculates in Chislehurst, Paul's Cray, Mottingham, and the 
gurrounding district. 

The Kmes is a well-produced journal, and has always been 
accorded Iccal popularity for the independent spirit it displays 
in its criticisms. 
Publitheri— Kentish District 'times Co. (Advt., p. 616.) 



CBEORIiET.— ( Lancashire.) 

A large town, with a population of (IPII) 80,317. Cotton manufacture, 
hleHChing and printing, iron works, and wagon building are carried on 
to a large extent. There are also eitensive collieries in the town, tho 
surrounding districts being almost entirely devoted to agriculture.— Papers 
for the district — 

CHORLEY GUARDIAN AND LEYLAND HUNDRED 
ADVERTISER. Saturday, Id. 
Independent. — Established November 4, 1871. 
Circulates throughout the Leyland Hundred and Chorley 
Parliamentary Division of North Lancashire, which have a 
population of over 80,000. 

The ChorUy Guardian isa thoroughly well-conducted journal, 
charaoterised by vigorous but independent criticism. 
Proprietors — S. Fowler & Sons. (Advt., p. 5.55.) 

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 has 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 
tsnds to make a family journal popular. 

Proprietors — Ellis & Sons. (Advt., p. 655.) 

London Office— \i^, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 6228. 

LEYLAND AND FARINGTON WEEKLY NEWS. 
See Chorley Weekly Neu-s. (Advt., p. 555.) 

CHRISTCHURCH.— (iram/wAir«.) 

A parliamentary and municipal borough, at theconfluence of the Avonand 
the Stour. It is famous for its fine old Priory Church and Castle Iluini. 
Good salmon flshing and boating. Population 6,2S1.— Paj)eT for the 
district— 

CHRl STCHURCH TIM E S. Saturday, 1 d. 
Neutral.— Established June 30, 18.55. 
Fullest reports of all local news. Special events. Illustrated. 
Publishers — The Christchnrch Times, Ltd. 

CWKXjniilETGn.—i Devonshire.) 

A market-town.whicli was nearly destroyed by Are in 1807; butthe re-building 
commencedshortly after, and it has risen to be an important place in the 
county. Itissituated in a rich agricultural district. It is also famous 
for cider orchards. and there nre large granite fjuarries. brick and clay works 
in the neighbourhood. It is a favourite place for visitors. Population (191 1) 
2.006.— Paper/or the diatrict— 

SOUTH DEVON WEEKLY EXPRESS. Friday, Id. 
Neutral. — Established July, 18.55. 
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. 
Proprietor — A. R. Holcombe. (Advt., p. 569.) 

CHIIRCH STRETTOar.— (5'/iropi/(irt.) 

A rising health resort. A market town l2i miles from Shrewsbury. Popula- 
tion (1911) 1.455.— Paper 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 
,ind local, and seeking to promote the advancement of the town 
and distnct without bias, has won the confidence of itsreailers. 
It contains many popular features. 

Prophietoh— W. V. Marks. 



Cnm'EiWtVOWtT».—{Glouccslersldre.) 

The most Important mineral district in the Forest of Dean. There are 
eitensive coal niines, iiuan-ies. iron-works and foundries established. 
The population of ihe Forest of Dean electoral area is 54,'i54.— Paper for 
thi district — 

DEAN FOREST MERCURY, AND WEST GLOUCESTER 
GAZETIE Thursday and Friday, Id. 

Liberal. — Establislied January 7, 1880. 

Circulates throughout the Forest of Dean and West Glouces- 
tershire generally. 

The Mercury receives all the Crown and ofBcial advertise- 
ments. A Special Edition for West Dean is published on 
Thursday and one for East Dean on B'riday. 

FboprietoeS — The Herefordshire Press and Printing 
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CXnUII CKnTKWt.— (GloucetUrshire.) 

Called 111*' tiu'trnl'i'lld of llic OottritWdMii, and U ttu' urat of the Rojml 
Afrrii'uUiintUN'llc^ti'. Till- tliHtrlct in cliti'tly iiffriniliunil, unil iBafiunoiin 
timuiiifT country, llio kfiuu'lis of tin- V. W. H. MimiikIi tn'init in tlio tiiwii. 
Thi' inwii Kivrs it8 narnt' to au arrluioacoiiry. l*ot>ulation (H»lh T.ftPJ. - 
I'lir^r /orthfitiiitrict— 

WILTS AND GLOUCKSTEKSIIIHR STANDARD AND 
CIUENCESTEU AND SWINDON EXFKKS8. Satur- 
day, 2(1. 
CONSKHVATIVB. — Est«l)lishe(l January 28, 1837. 
Circulates in North and Nortli-west Wilts. Olouoestershire, 
and the western portiona of Berks and Oxfordshire. 

It pays particular attention to all questions aifectinK the 
agricultural interest, is moderate intone,avoidingper8onalities, 
and warmly advocates all that tends to promote moral, social, 
and intellectual advancement. It has also a careful selection 
of literary matter. 
iH(WuA«r»— Cirencester Newspaper Co. (Ltd.). 

CliA-CTOX-OSr-SEA.— (/Jssei.) 

Tlietl^'vcloimit'iit of this well-known watering- place on the Baat Oot«t has 
been very rapiii. and it is now one of the moBt popular waaide resorts 
on the Eaat Coaat. There is an excellent service of trains by theGreal 
Eastern Railway. The resident population is U9ii> »,777. but in tlie 
season there are from 40.000 to fio .000.— Papers /or ttu diitrict— 

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 piiper, it tal*s fine half-tones, and its illustrations, of 
which many appear, are excellently repi-oduced. 
Pbopeietohs— C/ac<fl» Graphic Co. (Ltd.) 

EAST ESSEX ADVERTISER AND CLACTON NEWS. 
Saturday, Id. 
Independent. — Established 1889. 

Covers a wide district of Essex, which includes the populai 
seaside resorts of BriKhtlingsea, Clacton-on-Sea, J"rinton-on- 
Sea, Walton-on-Naze, Dovereourt, Harwich, &c. 
It gives full and reliable accounts of all local happenings. 
Proprietors — East Essex Printing Works (Ltd..i. 

ESSEX COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 
Tuesday Hd. 

See under Colchester. 

CI<A.YTOX-I<E-9IOORS.— (ZancasAtVe.) 

Cotton, machine worlca and calico printing. Population (1911) K^i -—Paper for 
tAediatrict— 

CLAYTON-LE-MOORS OBSERVER. 
(See Acerington, Obsercer.) 

CI.ECKHEATOX.— ( Yorkthire.) 

A pro<!iwn>iis industrial cown in Spenboroogh. the largeit arbfln district in 
Yorkshire. Poimlatlon (1011) 14.190; Urban diatrict, 31,323.— /'aper» for the 
district^ 

CLECKHEATON ADVERTISER AND SPENBOROUGH 
TIMES. Thursday, llj.i. 
Liberal. — Established 1864. 

The C'leckkeaton 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 Ilecltmondieike Herald. 
Peoprietorb — Senior Jc Co. (Ltd.) 

London Office— 80, Fleet St., E.C.4. Tele. Holborn 2791. 
(Advt. p. 561.) 

CLECKHEATON AND SPENBOROUGH GUARDIAN. 
Friday, IJd. 
Constitutional.— Established 1867. 
Circulates largely in the town and its neighbourhood. 
A local organ with the usual features of a district paper. 
The Guardian is printed in Cleckheaton, 
PROPBIETOR--E. Hirst. 

CIiETEDOSr.— (iSonierM<jAir<-.) 

Isa 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 itscliniateand the 
many advantages it enjoys, is the resort of a large number of visitors It 
basa fine pier, opening up hysteamboat the whole coast line of Wales 
and North Devon ; also excellent golf Unks. Population (1911) 9.U1. —Pauers 
for the district— 

CLEVEDON MAIL & SOMERSET TIMES. 
See under Bristol. 

CLEVEDON MERCURY AND COURIER. Saturday \d 
Established 1860. 
Circulates in Clevedon, Portishead, Yatton, Wrington, 
Tickenhara, Wraxall, Nailsca, Kingston Seymour, Kenn, 
Weston-in-Gordano, Worle, Walton, Clapton, Flax Bourton, 
Long Ashton, Backwell, and is the recognised medium for 
North Somerset. 
P«apRlKT0R8— Clevedon Printing Co. (Ltd.). 



CI.ITIIEROK.— <Lan«<uA{r«.) 

A mnniifnrtuniitf lown at t)it> rmtt of tlio wettcrljr tide of fpndle BUI. 
It to IhiiIi on ilh- t>iiiikn of th«' 111 vcr Klhbic, and uoa the l^nr««hlrpuid 
Yorkrthirr Htid Uidliiti*) lUilwnyi. Ttio Mldlnnd OomiMinr hu. wlthlD ft 
riin)iitiniliv<-lx few )<'»rii, ojifiicd out the line further north, nnd It la 
the I -iitriil town of ultout 90 vlllng- p> <iDd HiQiiU towns. ToiiulailoD UMl) 
lZ,5(»i»,— /*(i|»rr*i for til* dintriet— 

CLITHEROB ADVERTISBR. Friday, id. 
Neutral.— Established 1885. 
Circulates in Clitheroe and the district,* 
The Advertiier is full of the local and diitrict newB and 
selection of general intelligence. 
Puhlither — C. Robinson, 



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CLITHEROB TIMES. Friday, U. 
Non-Political.— Established 1888. 



Circulates in Clitheroe, Low Moor, Whalley, Sabden, Chat- 
burn, Gisburne and the surrounding districts. 
PublUlurt — Lord & Marsland. 

CO AliT I liliE.— ( Leicestershire.) 

The Coalville Urban Pistrlot Council anw contains Otns) as^OOO inhabluuitt. 
It stands in a great conl district. Paper for tlu iiittrieV~ 

COALVILLE TIMES. Friday, Irf. 
Neutbal.— Established January, 1892. 
Circulates throughout Coalville, Whitwick, Hugglescote, 
Ibstock, Shepshed, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Market Bosworth, etc. 

Is the only local paper in this important industrial centre. 
The local and district news is fully given, and able comments 
thereon are a feature. 
Pbopbibtobs- A. Wilkins k Sod. 

COCti^mnOVWa.— (Cumberland.) 

is a town in the centre of a wide agnrultunil and mining district. It !■ 
the market town for the populous mining and manufacturing towns and 
villages in West Cumberland. Population (1911) \-Jf»~Papert /or the 
district- 

C-^OCKERMOUTH FREE PRESS. Friday. Gratis. 
/ Neutbal. Established 1899. 

A four page paper (2 pp. during war) containing local news 
and advertisements, delivered free in Cockermouth and district, 
Publit?iers— John Fletcher & Co., 6, Station Street. 

WEST CUMBERLAND TIMES. Saturday, 2(i. ; Wed., R 
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.). 

COIiCMKUXKM.— (£«e.r.) 

The ancient Roman stationofCamuiodunum, and the principal town in Bsaex, 
is a parliamentary borough, returning one member. It stands on 
the Colne, which is navigable to the town for vessels of ISO 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 bo the finest in the country. It is also noted for its 
oyster fisheries. •ogineering works, horticultural ganiens. £c. Population 
{1911)43.463.— Pa|»er« /or tftc district— 

COLCHESTER GAZETTE. Wednesday morning, Id. 
CONSBBVATIVK.— 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. Ice, brief 
original comments on local topics, local illustrations, &c. 
Pboprietors — Benham & Co. Ltd. (Advt. p. 555.) 

ESSEX AND SUFFOLK NEWS. Saturday, IK 
CoNSBBVATiVB. — Established November 7, 1857. 
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, IJrf. 

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 modern attractions in the way of 
racy local notes, frequent local illustrations, portraits, kc, &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. 

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ESSEX COUNTY TELEGKAPH. 
Tuesday and Saturday, i^d. 

Liberal.— Established May 1, 1858. 

The Esiiex 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— Cha.r\ii Gale. (Advt.. p. 669.) 

COT,WOVm,~{Gloucesterskire.) 

It ii theiui'troiKtliB 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 (IMl) 4,S8Y— Paper for the 
dUtrict— 

DEAN FOREST GUARDIAN. Thursday, \d. 
Conservative.— Established July 3rQ, 1874. 
Cireulatesthrough Newland, Redbrook, Monmouth, Staunton, 
English Bicknor, Kuardean, Drybrook, Mitcheldean, Cinder- 
ford, Newnham, Blakeney, Lydney, Bream, St. Briavels, 
Lydbrook, and throughout the entire district of the Forest 
of Dean. 
Publisher— hrttmr T. Bright. (Advt.. p. 656.) 

COIiESHIK,!,.— ( Warwickshire.) 

A market-town, with a population of (1911)5,815.— Papflr/ortftfl dUtrici— 

COLESHILL CHRONICLE & NUNEATON STANDARD, 
Saturday, Id. 

Neuteal.— 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. 

Propbietobr— Thomas Burbidge & Son. (Advt., p. 562.) 

COiumV,.— {Lancashire.) 

A large town, in a manufacturing district, with a population of 28,000 
—Paper for the district— 

CIOLNE AND NELSON TIMES. Friday, lj(i. 
/ iNDBPENDEKT. — Established 1874. 

Circulates in Colne, Nelson, Barrowford, Brierfield, Burnley, 
Skipton, and West Riding of Yorkshire. 
Reports the local and district news fully. 
Propeietors— R. Hyde & Sons. (Advt., p. 555.) 

COI^WVar BArK.—iDenbighnkire.) 

A rising watering-place, with a popnUtion of (1913) 18,000.— Papers for the 
district— 

NORTH WALES PIONEER. Thursday, ^d. 
Conservative.— Estiiblished 1898. 
Circulates along the whole of the North Wales Coast and in 
the counties of Denbigh, Flint, Carnarvon and Merioneth. 
Propbiktobs— Ao><ii Wales Pioneer (Ltd.) 

OOLWYN BAY AND NORTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS. 
See Iforth Wales Weekly News, Conway. 

OOLWYN BAY HALFPENNY HERALD. Saturday, Id. 
A reprint of Llandvdno Begister and Visitors' Herald. 
OOLWYN BAY STANDARD. Fridiy, id. 
A reprint of the A'oith Wales Standard. See under 
Conway. 

C0;NG I^KTOW ( Cheshire.-) 

IB a municipal borough, and is the ctntrc of a larse manufacturing ami 
agricultural district. Its staple trades are eilk, fustiau. towfl weaving 
cngincertnK works, cigar and cigarette making. It is a market town and 
ha* a very pictureique locality. Poi>ulatiou (lyil) 11,310.— Papers for the 
aiHirict — 

CONGLETON CHRONICLE. Saturday, Id. 
INDEPENDEKT.— Established 1855. 
Circulates widely in Congleton, Macclesfield, Sandbach, 
Biddulph, Bradley Green. Mow Cop, and the adjoining towns 
Propbietor— Kobt. Head. 
London Ofpa—m, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. 

/--^ONGLETON GUARDLiN. Tuesday, Id., and Friday. IW 
\y Neutbal.— Established 1889. "l.^S"- 

A reprint of the Cretee Guardian. (Advt., p. 506.) 

CONGLETON TIMES. Friday IJd. 
LiBKBAL.— Established 1872. 

See under Macclesfield, 



C0W815TT.—( Z)urAam.) 

Is situated within a short distance of NewcastIe-on-Tyn«, and is well known 
for its iron-works, the largest in the Itingdom, employing not less than 
six thousand persons. Itis also the centre of an extensive 3oal-mining 
and iron-worliing district, including Black Tlill, I.eadgate, Towlaw, 
Stanley, Annfleld Plain, Diittoii. Bamhope. Langley Park, Ebchester, Lan. 
cliester, Medouisley, Uishop-Auckland, West Auckland, Crook, and 
many other places noted for their industrial enterprise. Population 
(1911) 11,2^)9.— 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. 
Peopbietoe. — Philip C. Neasham. 

OONSETT GUARDIAN. Thursday, Id. 
Libebal. — Established September 1, 1860. 
Circulates in Consett, Shotley Bridge, Blackhill, Annfleld 
Plain, Stanley, and generally throughout the. iron and coal 
mining districts of West DuAam. 

Is a family rather than a political paper ; devotee a large 
space to the local news of the town and neighbourhood, and 
epitomises the geueral intelligence. 
Peophietoeb— Robert Jaoksou & Co. (Advt., p, 655.) 

CO'Xy^ Air. —{Carnarvon.) 

A seaport and market town, four miles south of Llandudno. It is enolosed in a 
lofty wall, and contains the rains of a magnificent castle, built in 1284. 
Does a sm^ll eojistlng trade and enjoys considerable popularity as a summer 
resort. Population {19nt 5.-242.— Papers /or the District— 



CONWAY STANDARD. Friday, id. 
A reprint of the North Wales Standard. 



See below. 



TV [ ORTH WALES STANDARD. Friday, id- 
-LN Independent. — Established 1915. 

Circulates in Conway and the towns and villages of North 
Wales, the news of which it ably reports. Issues a series of 
9 reprints for various centres in the district. 

Puhlishcrs—Xorth Wah'S Standard. 

London Offpe-66, Knollys Road, Streathain, S.W. 16. 

NORTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS. 
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. 
Peoprietoes— R. E. Jones & Bros. 

VALE OF OLWYD WEEKLY NEWS. See JVoriA JTales 
Weekly Nercs. 

VALE OF CONWAY WEEKLY NEWS. See Iforth WaUs 
Weekly News. 

tiniirWB.Tt.— (Merionethshire.) 

A town on the Dee 12 miles N £. of Baia by rail. Population of parisli about 
3.000.— /'aper /or the district— 

ADSAIN. (The Echo.) Tuesday, Id. 
Established 1903. 
Circulates in Corwen, Bala, Llangollen, &o. Gives local 
news in Welsh and English. 
Publishers — Corwen Printing Co. 

COITIrSBOW— (5«rrey.) 

A growing residential town five miles south of Croydon. Population (IdU) 11,850. 
-Paper for the dia rict. 

COULSDON & PURLEY WEEKLY RECORD. Friday, Id. 
Independbnt. Established 1912. 
Circulates in Coulsdon, Purley, Chip8tead,Tadworth, Walton, 
Sanderstead, and district. Contains very full reports of all 
local happenings and is a well produced country weekly. 
Publisher— T. Minty. 

COVEWTIIY ( Warwickshire:) 

An ancit^nt municipality returning one Memher to Parliament. Long 
celt'lirated for the production of watclios and ribbona. Coventry hai 
now become the leading centre for the motor and cycle industries. Tliere 
are also large ordnance works, foundries, tool and machine mauufHctorie^ 
and oiher branches of the iron and steel industries. A considerable trade 
is also done in trimmindrs, silk, worsted, and other textile fabrics. The 
Warwickshire coalfield which is being exteniively developed extends up to 
the lioundaries of the city. Coventry is one of the m^'et rapidly growing 
towDS in the kingdom, Its iK>nulation having doubled in a little over 10 yeare. 
Population (1910) iSOtddO.— Papers /or the tiistrict— 

COVENTRY AND WARWICKSHIRE GRAPHIC. 
Friday, Id. 
Independekt. 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. 
ViiovHlBTOYL^— Coventry Meporter. Ltd. 
Lo-adcm 0;^C€— U9, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 5228. 



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COVENTRY HERALD AND FREE PRESS, with which 
ia incorporated the Chventry 7\mei. 

Friday and Saturday, Id. 

LiiiEHAL.— Establislied 1808. 

Circulates in Coventry, and throughout Kenllworth, War- 
wick, I^eamington, Bedwoi-th, Folusliill, and the towns and 
villages of North Warwickshire, oomprising a population of 
S0O,0<X). 

Is the oldest Liberal paper in the oity, and in the Northern 
division of Warwickshire. 

Publinhfr — Richard Simmons. 

COVENTRY STANDARD. Friday, IJrf. 
Co.NSERVATlVK.— Established 1741. 
Circulates in Warwickshire and several counties adjoining, 
but principally in the oity 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. 
Pbopmetors— Thomas Burbidge Jc Son. (Advt., p. 656.) 

MIDLAND DAILY TELEGRAPH, id. 
Est.ihlished 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. 
Lmdon Office— Ui, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 4481. 

CO'W'Eti.—ilsle of Wight.) 

Theriiii'f atmnort of the Isle of Wight, is situated at the moutb of the river 
Modina. It derives Us nam ; from two block houses or "Oowcs." The 
one at West Oowes is now i.iio cl'H>-hou8e of the Hoyal Yacht Scinadrou. 
Cowesis connected with Newport and other parts by the Isle of WiKht 
Gentr»l aaitway. Populatioa^ldll) 11.635: East Cowet 4,659. Paver for the 

ISLE* of" WIGHT HERALD ANO COWES AND EAST 
COWES NEWS. Friday, 1^. Established 1864. 
Circulates in Cowes. East Cowes, and the Island generally. 
Proprietor— G. Fellows, 

CRAI^rGY 'a^JLT^.—Stnffordshire, 

Is a populous ^>wn in ttii^ Ill:t<-k <''iiintrr. part ofthe Rowley Regis Urban Dis- 
trict which also eml»r:iOf8 <iM Hill, Rowley B ackheath and Turodale, whilst 
it is aUo adjacent to the large rurn' area of Ha es »wen. Tho Rowley (lanshes 
arti in the Par'i^montJiry noro" of Dudley wliiUt the Halesowen parishes a'e 
in North WorreiterBhirc*. Cradley lleith is the home of the chain trade and 
there an- also! luportant miniog and eugtnceriug inducilrieg carried one 
PixptTfor the itiitriet. 

C10UNTY EXPRESS (Halesowen and Rowley edition). 
/ NoN- Political.— Established 1907. Saturday, -id. 

Is a paper which covers the important area between Cradley 
Beathand Birminsham including Cradley Heath, Quany Bank, 
Old Hill, Rowley. Blackheath, Quiuton, Halesowen, Hill, 
Hawne, Cakemore, Lapal Illey, etc. 

OJlre—Sl. High Street, Cradley Heath. 

Proprietors— The County Express, Ltd. 

London Offie»—»5, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 2994. 
(Advt. p. 565.) 

C » AfnU Y.— (5«4«ea;. ) 

A thriving market-town, in the centre of 
dimrict.— Paper for tht diatrict— 

SUSSEX AND SURREY COURIER. 
Independent.— Established 1881. 
A re-issue of the Ea<t Grinstead Observer. 
Proprietors— Farncombe k Co. (Ltd.). (Advt. "p. 570.) 

C« ATFO Hl>— (A'en*.) 

A growing town 6 miles from Woolwich. Has large eDgineeiinj; works. F<9a]a- 

latioii aliout 7,000.— /'(i/wrg for the di$trict.~ 

CRAYFORD CHRONICLE. Friday, U. 
Independent. Established 1916. 
Circulates in Crayford, Slades Green, Dartford Heath, etc. 
Offiee-i9, High Street, Dartford. 
I^ublithers — Kentish District Times Co., Ltd. (Advt, p. 516.) 

CRAYFORD EXPRESS. Friday, Id. 
Neutral. Established 1915. 
One of the North Kent Observer Series. 

CREDITOIV (Devonslnre.) 

Animportant mitrket town in North Devon, noted for its wholesale hoot and 
Bboe manufactorieB. Chief town in SuuthnioItonparliamentarydiTision 
uf Devon. Population CI9U) 3,640.— Paper for the diatriet— 

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. 

CRETFE — {Chethire.) 

Crewe ia tlicBite of the London and North-Wescern KailwayWorks, at which 
ten thitiisand lli-st-clasa mechanics are employed. Population U911) 
U.nm—Papmi far the dUtrict— 

CREWE CHRONICLE. Friday, IJ'f, 
LiBEHAL.— Established 1874. 
Has a litrfje circulation in this important neighbourhood. 
Reports all the local news very fully and is a good family 
newspaper. 
/'«i/!>A/.r— Charles Smith. 

ioiKfonO^ice— 115, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 2626. 
(Advt., p. 65o.) 



large agricultural and sporting 
Friday IJtJ. 



CRKWE AND NANTWICH OBSERVER. Thurwlay 
evening, ^^d. 
Unionist. Kstnblished 1908. 
Han an extensive circulation in this busy centre. 
Manaqek— J. A. Bircball. (Advt., p. SSS.) 

CREWE GUARDIAN. Tuesday, Id., and Friday, lid. 
Neutral.— Established 1863. 
The looal news of the district, with general intelligence, Is 
very fully given. 

Puoprietorh— Mackie & Co. (Limited). 
London Offiet^~\lZ, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. City 7662. 
(Advt., p. 506.) 



CROMER {Norfolk.) 

Ad important watering-place on the east coast, largely resorted to Id 
the season. Population (1911) 4,074.— Pap«r«/or(Jk« dMriet— 

CROMER AND NORTH NORFOLK POST. Friday, W. 
Unionist. Established 1890. 
Circulates in Cromer, Sheringham, and ;Nortb Norfolk 
generally. 

Publiahera—'Vh.e Norfolk Press Syndicate (Ltd.)., Holt, 
Norfolk. 

CEOMER, SHERINGHAM 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— lol. Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Central 2276. 

CWtO'WnonOVGW.— (Sussex.) 

A popularand growinginland health resort. Famous for its high sltua. 
t ion. tine views, invigorating air and golf links— Paiwr /or the district-^ 

CROWBOROUGH AND UCKFIELD WEEKLY. 
Saturday, lid. 
Independent. — Established 1903. 

Circulates in Crowborough, Uckfield and surrounding districts. 
Puhlishem — Southern Publishing Co. (Ltd)., Brighton. 
London Office— 69, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 2268. 



CaO^W^liV^— (Lincolnshire.) 

A small town whose chief industries ara Agriculture. Peat Mots Works and 
Brewing. Population (1911) 4.922.— Pi»jxr /or tA« district— 

CROWLK ADVERTISER AND ISLE OF AXHOLMB 
NEWS. Saturday, hd. 
Independent. Established 1871. 

Circulates in Crowle, Epworth, Althorpe, Keadby,and district. 
A four-page paper containing the local news of the week. 
Publiahen — The Isle of Axholme Printing Co., Ltd. 



CROYOOW.—C S«rr«y.) 



Is a large, neat, and pleasant town, retaining very little of Its anelent 
character. It was incorporated aa a horouph in 188S with a mayor, 13 alder- 
men, and S6 councillors. It is 0t miles from London, with which it has 
excellent railway communication. Croydon returns one Member of 
Parliament. It is now a County Borouffh. The population (1911). 1M.90B, 
1b the largest of any town in Surrey, and is rapidly increasing. 
^Paperafor the diatri£t~ 

p<ROYDON ADVERTISER. Friday, IJ^f. 
' y Independent. — Established February, 1869. Incor- 
porates the Croydon Guardian and Croydon Eaepresf. 

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, Id. 
Liberal. — Established June, 1860. 
Circulates in Croydon and surrounding district. 
Proprietor- E. B. Pumell. 



»AIiTO:5r-¥W-FlTRWK8«.— (innco*»«V«.) 

A large town a few miU^s from Ulverston. The centre of a rich mining 
district. Population ( 1911 1 10,765.-Poper» Apt the dietriet— 

ALTON GUARDIAN.— CS<« Barrom Guardian.) (Advt. 
p. 551.) 

D ALTON NEWS. Saturday, Irf. 
Independent.— Established 1882. 
A localised edition of the Barrow News. (Advt., p. 662.) 

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OAlttilSICTOW.— (CurAom.) 

II the chief town hetwcen Leeds and Newcastle. Situated on the hordere of 
Yorkshire and Co. Durham. It is the centre ot the wide agricultural, 
raanufacturiug, and mining district of North Yorkshire and South 
Durham Its iwsition on the main railway line between Landon and 
Edinbureh brings the town into intimate contact with the ports on 
both East and West coasts, and with the extensive manufacturing 
districts of Yorkshire and Lancashire, as well as with die important 
■hlD-huildiug and engineering trades of the Tyne, Wear, and Tees. 
The chief eiv,gineering works of the North- Eastern Railway Company, recently 
largely extended, are located here as wel 1 as other large engine, forge, rail- 
way and gas plant, and waggon and bridge-huilding works. There are 
also iron and steel-rolliug mills, wire mills and woollen factories. Dar- 
lington has a population of (1911) 55,83a, which is rapidly increasing.— 
Papers for the district— 

DARLINGTON AND STOCKTON TIMES, RIPON AND 
RICHMOND CHRONICLE. Saturday, IK 

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, Kipon, Richmond, Reeth, Northallerton, Masham, 
Bedale, Thirsk, Leyburn, Askrigg, Hawes. Hehnsley, Kirhy- 
moorBide, Stokesley, Guisborough, Redcar, Yarm, Whitby, 
the Auoklands 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 leatling columns, to all subjects calculated 
to promote social progress. The Darlington and Stockton Ttmts 
contains every week special and exclusive articles on agricul- 
ture, the estate and property markets, and the iron, coal, and 
engineering trades. 

Publisliers — The Darlington and StocMim Times Co. (Ltd.) 
(Advt.. p. 656.> 

NORTHERN EVENING DESPATCH. Daily, \d. 
Liberal and Progressive. Established September 6, 1914. 

The Northern Despatch is a newcomer among the daily press, 
but already it has made great headway io 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. 

Pboprietous. — North of England Newspaper Co. (Ltd.). 

London Office— 17, Bouverie Street, E.G. 4. Tele. City 6107. 
(Advt. p. 526.) 

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 Eclto is one of the oldest halfpenny morning 
newspapers. 'Vhe Northern Echo is conducted on the most 
modern journalistic lines. As a political and commercial 
journal it has obtained a position of great inHuence 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 constfintly 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 jiopulous and wealthy mining 
and engineering districts where the Northern Echo is the 
recognised commercial organ. 

Pboprietohs — North of England Newspaper Co. (Ltd.) 

London Office — 17, Bouverie Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Citv 6107 
(Advt., p. 626.) •' 

NORTH STAR. Daily (Morning), id. 
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. 

Puhiishem — North Star Newspaper, Ltd. 

Undon Office— 92, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 6418. 
DAnXl^'OItA.— (/(«nt.) 

A large town In the agricultural and inannt.tcturing district of Nor-ii-wett 
Kent, with a population of 1181 1) 2S,aw.-/'aner« for the dUlrlrt-. 

DARTFORD CHRONICLE. Friday' iT 
Independent.— Established 1869. 
Circulates in Dartford and district. 
Offiees—V), High Street. 
Publishers— Kentish District TimesCo.(l.t<!i.). Advt n 5161 

DARTFORD EXPRESS. Friday, W. ' " ' 

Indbpendknt.— Established 1872. 
Circulates in Dartford, Farningham, Eynsford, Swanscombe 
Greenhithe, Wilmington, Stone, and surrounding villages 

l8 a good family newspaper, reporting the local news in 
bright, readable style. 
One of the North Kent Ohserrer Series 
Pbopbietoii— T. W. Jenkins. 

WEST KENT ADVERTISER Friday, l<i. (Two editions.) 
Established 1876. 
^ The recognised county paper for the North-Western Division 

The ir«»< Kent Advertiser is a well-conducted iournal 
J^bluhers—r. and E. W, Snowdeu. 



nA.VlT:m»Vm.— (Devonshire.) 

I8 a municiim! borough, very iiicturoBaucly situated on the wcbi i-flr nf the 
harbour fornu-d by the river Dart. It ie remarkable for tB f n.- land- 
locked harbour, and iB a Jar^e coaling jiort for steaiui^hips. There are 
also two ihipbuildlng and repairing yards. Population (1911) 7,005.— Papers 
for the district— 

DARTMOUTH & SOUTH HAMS CHRONICLE. Friday,! J(«. 
Independent.— Established January 2, 1854. 
The only newspaper printed in Dartmouth, 
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, li. 
Independent.— Established 1882. 
Circulates in Dartmouth and district. 
A localised edition of the ]]'estcrn Guardian, Totnes. 

UA.Vtynn^'K .—( Lancashire.) 

An important and populous manufacturing town.Si miles south from Black- 
burn, and 9 miles north from Bolton, on the Blackburn and Bolton branch 
of the Lancashireand Yorkshire Railway, and in avaleof 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 I'etty Sessional Division. Population (1911) 4u,S41.— Papers 
for the district— 

DARWEN GAZETTE. Saturday, \d. (with which is incor- 
porated the Darmen 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 verj' complete news 
service and being ably edited. 

Proprietors- The Gazette Press (Ltd.). 

London Office— 9,5, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 6791 . 

DARWEN NEWS. Saturday, Id. Wednesday, ^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 surroundiug 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. 4. Tele. City 8972. 

DARWEN WEEKLY ADVERTISER. Friday, Jrf. 
Independent. Established 1893. 
Circulates in Darwen and district. 
Gives local notes and news, 
Propribtob— X. Leach. 

nA.\EWtitY.— (Northamptonshire.) 

A market-town 12 milee west of Northampton and on the London and 
North Western Railway. It pOBseaseB several lar^e manufactories for 
boots and shoes. Population (1911) 3,617.— Ptt^jer/ori Ac district— 

DAVENTK:^ EXPRESS. Saturday, i//. 
Conservative.— Establislied 1860. 
Circulates in Daventry and the neighbourhood. 
Proprietor— H. Chown. 

OAlVIilSH.— ( Devo7ishire.) 

A Watering Place on the South Coast greatly resorted toby inyalidsforlti 
halmy air and excellent bathing facilities both for ladies and gentlemen. 
The Great Western Railway main line runs along the beach and connects 
the town with Exeter. Plymouth, Falmouth, and Penzance, Populatiou 
(1911) A.Wti.-l'aperjort.hedi&trUt— 

DAWLISH GAZETTE. Saturday, U, and \\d. 
Neutral.— Established 1897. 
Circulates in the town and district. The only local paper. 
Proprietor— E. Eunson. 

OEAlli.— (A'en/.) 

IB a faahionabiewatcrintf-place. much frequented by visitors forUsbracing 
sea breezes, and excellent bathing facilities; commands afuU view of the 
Downs, the (ioodwin Sands, and the coast of Prance; is provided with a 
commodious and oriiaiuontal iron landing and promenade pier approach- 
able by vessels at all times of the tide. Upper and LowerWalnierarechse 
to thetown;iu the former is Walmer Castle, and at the latter the training 
depot of the Royal Marines. Population (1911) ll.sy?.— i'«iptr& for the 
diatrict— 

DEAL PAPER AND EAST KENT ADVERTISER. 
Saturday, Id. 
Conservative.— Established 1891. 

A popularly conducted family and general newspaper, con- 
taining full reports of all local news, visitors' list. &c.. Sec, 
Proprietor— G. B. Richmond. (Advt., p. 557.) 

DEAL, WALMER, AND SANDWICH MERCDRV. 
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, WALMKR. 
DOVER, AND SANDWICH VISITORS' GUIDE. 
Wednesday, Id. 
Liberal.— Established January 2, 1858. 
Circulates in Deal, Walmer, Sandwich, Dover, &c. 
Proprietor— H, T. Pain. 



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K'.' J,; . >"'','","• <>" aixounl of tho magiiinoent old cititle ao fnniniK In 
W»Uh hlflory, «iia .lolrpyod by Cromwell, aud th« iplendM m-oimry of llie 
tar fiuii«d \iile of i:iwrd. oallod " tho Eden of WaloK." l>opulatlan (ISll) 



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D K r; A X %V W—iCariiarvonihire.) 

*'«'"("""'•!' '"*" Ix'ti"!"!! Llancliidun .funntion and Llandudno.- /"oiMr /or 

DKGANWV STANDAUI). FrMay, id. 
A reprint of the /forth tralti Standard, Conway. 

nH^ man. —{Denbighshire.) 

A p«rU.imoiil.iry jii.l nranlclpal boroujh. The pollInK oentro for tha oonntr. 

't ret'>rt uf vlaltom. tm aoi'niiitl. nf th~ '* . -i-i — .. 

lUb hiatory, and il< 
-fanied Vale of (M 
«.««.— i'ii|wr« /or (Ao i/i'*lru-(— 

ANKIl AC AMSKUAU CiTMRU (Banner and Times of 
Wftlc«). Satiirdny, lid. 
LlBKRAL.— Kstalilisliftd 1843. 
It is printed in the Wohh langun«o, and is devoted to tiie in- 
teroats of tiic Principality, special notice beinij taken of all 
matters which ooncern political, social, and agricultural 
interests. 
Publithera—Gee k Son, Ltd. 

DKNHIOHSHIRE FREE PRESS— DENBIGH. RUTHIN- 
VALK OF CLWYD: LLANRWST AND VAI.E OF 
CONWAY, AND FLINTSHIRE FREE I'RESS. 
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 pariics 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. 
Proprietors— Charles Cottom t Co. (Advt., p. 557.) 

■VrORTH WALES TIMES. Friday, Id. 
±>l Liberal.— Established April. 1895. 

Circulates in the counties of Denbigh, Flint, Merioneth, and 
North Wales generally. Printed in English. 

A thorough e.xponent of Liberal politics. An excellent 
report is given of .ill local intelligence, and a well-arranged 
summary of general news. 

Proprietors— Gee & Son, Ltd. 
»E«BY.— (Dw-Jj/sAtVe.) 

A parliamentary and municipal hnrougti. Headquarters and works of the 
Midland Hallway Co., also Rolla-Knycc Motor Co. Famous in the paat for 
Itl silk manufactures; it has numerous iritu works of importance; tti'>re 
are also aereral lace manufacit-.ries and porcelain works, wliicli are much 
oelehrated ; and manufactories where all kinds of ornaments are madeof 
the marhles.spar, petrifactions, &c.,fuuna in the viciDity. Many hands 
are employed here in the lapid.-iry and jeweller;- branches, and its 
agricoltural districts create considerahle trade in malt. It has rolling 
mills, foundries, motor works, soap works, and bleaohincr Kruunds 
Population (19IC) \M.mi.-Papert /OTthe iittrict— 

DERBY & COUNTY FOOTBALL EXPRESS. Saturday 
night during Football Season, id. Neutral. 
Established 1907. 

Contains all the latest sporting and athletic intelligence' 
together with ably-written articles. 
Proprietors— Derby Mercury and Express (Lttl.). 
London Office — 173, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 4481. 

DERBY DAILY TELEGRAPH. Evening, Id. 
Liberal.- Established July, 1879. 
It is the oldest daily journal in Derbyshire and has a circula- 
tion over a wide area. The paper is well edited,and special 
features are made of London correspondence, markets antl 
telegraphic news. 
Propuietors— E. M. Pike (Ltd.). 

London 0/p««— 62, Ludgate Hill, E.C.4. Tele. City 3578. 
(Advt., p. 556.) 

DERBY DAILY EXPRESS. Daily, 8 to 12 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' 
great enterprise in reporting local matters. It is a bright and 
readable " evening," paying special attention to its make-up 
and printing. 

The only Conservative daily in Derbyshire. 

Proprietors— Derby ifer«<ry and Express (Ltd.). 

London O/Kce— 173, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 4481 
(Advt. p. 51 .) 

DERBY MERCURY. Friday, U. 8 to 12 pages. 
Neutral.— Established 1732. 

Circulat«s extensively through the town and county of Derby 
and the adjoining counties. 

Advocates tho interests of agriculture, commerce, manufac- 
tures, literature, and the Church of England. Great attention 
is paid to all local proceedings, of which the fullest and most 
accurate reports are given. 

Proprietors— Derby Mercury and Express (Ltd.). 

London Office — 173. Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 4481. 
(Advt., p. 516.) 



DERBY REPORTER. Friday, ]d. 
LlBKRAl,.— Kstnlilished .January, 1823. 
Is a noiinty family paper. circiilatinK over a wide ares in- 
cluding the adjacent parts of North Staffordshire, Leicciter- 
shire, and Nottinghamshire. 

Gives special attention to politics, and to agriculture ; givei 
the news of the week, local and general, fully and iatlg- 
fnctorily. 

Proprietors— E, 



London Office — 62, 
(Advt., p. 556.) 



M. Pike (Ltd.). 
Ludgate Hill, E.C. 4. 



Tele. City 3673. 



DERBYSHIRE ADVERTISER. Friday and Saturday, Irf. 
Unionist.— Established .lanuary, l646. 

The Adrrrfi/er han a very large circulation amongst the 
nobility, clergy, professional classes, agriculturists, tra^les- 
people, and general community throughout Derb^'shire, North 
Staffordshire, and portions of the adjacent counties of Chester. 
Notts, and Leicester. It reports with fulness, accuracv, and 
impartiality the local news of the county borough of Derby, 
as well as of the other towns and villages' of the wide area In 
which it circulates. 

Proprietors— Hobson & Son (Ltd.). 

London Office— 2, Copthall Buildings, B.C. 2. (Advt., p. 637.) 



OEVIZES.— ( Wiltshire.) 

Is one of the five royal horoufrhj in England and the returning town for the 
Ocvizes or East Wilts parliamentary division. It is surrounded by a 
very extensive and important a^rricnltural district, and its market Is 
one of the largest in the West of England. The County Assixes and 
(Quarter Sessions are held here. The (bounty Asylum, the Military Depot, 
and a Military Detention Prison are within the borough, and much of the 
public hnslness of Mie county is here transacted, [jirgi- joinery works, 
tohflcco factory, milk and chees« dairies, bacon factory, ftc. Population 
(1911) Man,— Popers /or lAe dielricl— 

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— US, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holbom 4934. 

WILTSHIRE GAZETTE. Thursday, li(i. 
Conservative.— Established January, 1816. 
Circulates generally throughout the county, and extensively 
in the adjoining counties. 
Proprietor — George Simpson & Co., Devizes, Ltd. 

WILTSHIRE TELEGRAPH. Saturday, Jrf. 
Conservative.— Established 1877. 
Circulates in East and Central Wilts. 
Proprietor- George Simpson & Co., Devizes, Ltd. 



OJ&rO'XrOVlT.— (Devonshire.) 

Is now part of the extended municipal borough of Plymouth, but baa its own 
representatives ('4 in Parliament: is indebted for its origin to lis 
adoption as tbeseat of one of the principal naval arsenalsof the kingdom 
Its harbour is admitted to be the finest in the world, and has also tHH>n 
chosen as the site of one of the great naval dockyards. PopulatioD. 
P1.694. Population of three towns (Plymouth, Oevoupurt, and Stone- 
house} nearly HiOfioo.— Paper/or the district— 

WESTERN INDEPENDENT. Saturday and Sunday, l\d. 
Independent.— Established 18()8. 
Circulates in Plymouth, Devonport. and Stonehouse; also 
largely throughout the West of England. Gives full and 
impartial reports of all local events. 
Publishers— \fhiife\Ci & Newman, Ltd. 
London Office — Dane's Inn House, 265, Strand, W.C. 2. 

OEWSBUII.Y.— (yorA*Atr«.) 



Dewslinry is a county and parliamentary borough, and the centre of a 
district containing over 200,000 inhabitants. It is the seat of the 
blanket and heavy wo<i!lfn trades, which are carried on extensivelj 
not only m Dewsbury itself, but also in the tliickly-iwiiulated atid 
rapidly-rising towns of Batley, Morley. Ossett, Mirfleld, Cleckheaton, 
and Ileckmondwike, as well as in the neighbouring townships nt 
Birstal, Earlsheaton. Hanging Heaton, Gawthorpe, Horbury, Chtck- 
enley. &c. Three railways have large stations in the borough. 
Popuhttion (1»11) M,3I>8.— Papers fortlie dittrict— 

DEWSBURY DISTRICT NEWS AND CHRONICLE. 
Saturday, \\d. 
Conservative,— Established 18.54. 

Circulates in the Parliamentary Divisions of Dewsbury, 
Morley, and Spen Valley. Occupies a unique position as an 
authority upon the textile trade of Ynrkshire. 
The illustrated newspapei of the heavy woollen district. 
Proprietop-s— News Printing Co. (Ltd.).' 

London Offia— 82-85, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. Tele. Central 2994. 

(Advt., p. !>ol.'i 



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DEWSBURY FREE PRESS. Wednesday, id- 
Principles: Independent. Established June 9, 1916. 
Delivered from doorto door in Dewsbury and the surrounding 
district. It contains interesting items of local news, also 
illustrations. 
NOTE. — This paper is suspended during the war. 
Publishers— 3. Fearnsides & Sons, Ltd. 

DEWSBURY REPORTER. Saturday, lj<f. 
Liberal.— Established August 21, 1858. 
CirciJates extensively in Dewsbury, Batley, Mirfield, Heck- 
mondwike, Ossett, Horley, 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 Ofliee—i, New Bridge Street, E.G. 4, (Advt., p. 657.) 

YORKSHIRE FACTORY TIMES. Thursday, U. 
Independent. — Established 1889. 
Official Organ of the General Union of Textile Workers. 
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.). 
Zondon 0/^—85, Fleet Street, E.C. 3. Tele. Holbom 2791. 

ntmn.— (Norfolk.) 

A thriving town in an affricultural district, liaving alarge brushand matting 
factory, with a population of i\9ni3.1fi9 -Papers/or the district— 

DISS EXPRESS. Friday, \d. 
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 ail the requisites of a general newspaper for 
the town and district. 
Proprietors— E. Abbott's Exors. 

DISS, HARLESTON, BUNGAY, BECCLES, AND BYE 
JOURNAL. Saturday, I(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 Mercui'y Company, Ltd. 
London Offlee—172, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. City 798. 

nOJjGET.ljlE'r.— (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) 2,160.— Poper« 
for the district — 

MERIONETH NEWS AND HERALD. Thursday, Id. 
Established 1879. 
The county paper for Merionethshire, and the only English 
paper issued in the town. 
Publisher — R. C. Evans. 

YCYMRO Tuesday, Irf. 
Liberal.— 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,!^. 
Liberal.— Established 1868. 
Circulates throughout North Wales generally: also among 
natives of the Principality in Liverpool and Manchester. 

It IS printed in the Welsh langu.^ge; advocates advanced 
Liberal principles, and the national interests of the people of 

Publishers — Hughes Bros. 

OOm C A»TEIt.-( Yorkshire. ) 

" 'aSd"'nnted°f?r'"ir^ '"■*" »■>'> fealthyagncultural and mercantile district 
?he heart of tl,.f„»,f'''' ^"''- ""■*' ""'■"'"n Railway runs through 
the Lancashire kid i;,Xr,""<''" ""■"'"'"'i "it" the South VorkshiFe. 
Kasle??an, vwS^dUm^. hV^' .^"I. ^f"' Central, North Eastern.Great 
?f tl,rJi,,Ji,„i "??1'""'''''''^^''^'™1'«''')' communication with all parts 
?>t;hi.lnSr^,f,i, n^'T'"'';'"' »'»'■'''■ '''''''''"■"al population from the 

DONCASTER CHRONICLE. , Prid-ay, Id. 
Conservative.- Established 1836. 
The county paper of the large agricultural and mercantile 
H « nnil'" r '""V* '« published. Special attention i^gWen to 
the collection of news from the district, and the C/f,'onicl/s 
own reporters are placed in the more important centres 
PnopRiETOE8-i>o«,;n,<«. Ohrmiele Co. (Ltd ) ^■ 

London Office— SB, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. 



DONCASTER GAZETTE. Thursday for Friday, l^d. 
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— iJyMcaste?- Gazette Co. (Ltd.) (Advt., p. 557.) 

DONCASTER AND THORNE ADVERTISER. Friday, lid. 
Independent. Established 1853. 
A localised edition of the Goole Times. (Advt. p. 559.) 

nOnCVL^mTlEW,.— (Dorsetshire.) 

la a municipal borough, the capital of Dorsetshire, a town of grreat antiquity 
seated at the point of junction of the London and South Western, 
Great Western, and Wilts and 9t)merBet Railways: there are extensire 
sheep and cattle fairs and wt-ll-suppUed affriculturHl auction marts every 
Wednesdaj- and Saturday. Population, M.B. & R.D. (1911) 9.842.— J'aperi 
for ihe district— 

DORCHESTER MAIL AND SOUTH DORSET EXPRESS. 
Friday, Id. 
A reprint of the Weymouth T&legram. 

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 i)aper 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. 

Pkopriktors— Sime & Co. (Advt., p. 657.) 

DOnMLl^XG.— (Surrey.) 

A large market-town, 23 miles from London, much resorted to by well-to-do 

Londoners and other lovers of fine scenery. Pour railway stations serve 
Dorking. Population (IBil) T,Q5(i.— Paper for the district— 

DORKING AND LEATHERHEAD ADVERTISER. 
Saturday, l^d. 

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 Offic«— Marconi House, Strand, W.C. 2. Tele. City 
8710. 

nOTmn.— (Kent.) 

This town is the centre of an important nava and military residentlil district 
which is also well known iu peace time for its general trade, Its extensive 
conLineniJil trafllctngoods andpassengers, its CugtomHouee, as H.M.'s 
Packet St!tti<in f(tr France, Belgium, and the East: a port of call for 
several Atlantic steamship lines. The Government have constructed a 
large Naval Harbour at Dover; and it is a lar^e naval station. In 
the neigh lK)urin(t district are two tiourishing collieries employing over 
a thousand colliers and raising 6,000 tons weekly. Dover is also an 
interesting seaside resort and almost adjoining is the pretty seaside parish 
of St. Murgarefs-at-Cllffe. Population (191i> 4S,U7.~Papera for the 
district— 

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 CJironicle Co. (liti.). 

DOVER EXPRESS AND EAST KENT NEWS. 
Friday, Id. 

Established August 7, 1868. 

Circulates in Dover, Deal, Folkestone, Cauterbury, Shorn- 
cliffe, Eythorne,Tilraanstone, St. Mar^arets-at-Cliffe, 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. 

Proprietors — J. B. Jones & Sons. (Advt., p. 557.) 

DOVER STANDARD. KENTISH ADVERTISER AND 
COLLIERY NEWS. Friday for Saturday, Id. 
Established 1872. 
Circulates in Dover and East Kent. Full reports of town, 
port, district, and coalfield news. 
Published by Mrs. Rhoda A. Spicer. (Advt., p. 557.) 

DOVER TELEGRAPH & CONTINENTAL TRAVELLER. 
Tuesday, Id. 
Conservative.— Established 1832. 

Circulates generally throughout Kent and Sussex, and also 
at Calais, Boulogne, and Ostend. 
Peoprietous— Z>ci'«r and County Chronicle Co. (Lim.), 



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DOWMHAIW MARKKT.— (iVor/ott.) 

ADeKtfn»trt-n)«rk('i-tnwn. ticAd of « roiintr court dlBtrTrt, nnd ftiti 



D' 



i-viinii. iM-)tu I'l n rt'iintr cniirt uiHinrL, una ■■tfttlonon 
Ihi- llr.-m KjiHl.rii ll«n»t«y. Tin- iriilr i» i-hicfly «pjrldilnir«l,hal tbers 
»rc»oiiuM\t,-n«tvfmfam ttoiir inillit, aniroii fouudry.niKl two Drcwcriot. 
PttpulKllon ( ini 1 1 3.187.— /'njier For th« dittriet— 

.OWNHAM MARKET GAZETTE. Saturdny, I<i. 
iNOKi'KNDK.NT.— Eatiiblished Novembers, 1879. 
Circul.ates in Uownham Miirkot and all the surrounding 
district. It not only fully reports the local news, but contains 
the general intelligence of the whole county. 

PlioiMtlKTOits— The Xormich Mercury Co. (Ltd.l 
London Offlce— 172, Fleet Street, K.C. 4. Tele. City 798. 

OHlWFKKtjn.-iYorhhire.) 

Ii A inwn i>f (iDlit .'V,<i7t inliabltnntH, and tbo centre of a large urteaUnral 

Ulmncl.— /•<i;><Tj./(>r tht^ diatrict — 

DUIKFIELU TIM KS. Thursday and Friday, IW. 
Neutuau— Established 1860. 
Circulates in Driffield, Bridlington, Beverley, and all villages 
of the East Riding. 

The locil and general news is given at length. It is the 
recogniriod jiaper for all legal and sale idvertiseinentg. 
PR0PI1IET0H8— Exors. of G. R. Jackson. 

EAST RIDING CHRONICLE Sc DRIFFIELD EXPRESS. 
Thursday, Gratis. 
CoNSEiiVATivK.— Established 1871. 

Circulate.s in Driffield and district. Pays special attention to 
politicil matters, strongly advocating Conservative principles. 
NOTE. — This paper ia suspended during the war. 
i'i<*/<»/ierj— Driffield Express Co., Ltd. 

DROITlflCII — ( Worcestershire.) 

A roniilrlpnl IiorotiKh iiiid market-town. Celebrated for its Brine Bath and 
Salt Wnrkg. Poptilatinn ajtll) i,\ilu—Paftr for the liittriet— 

DROITWICH GUARDIAN. S.aturday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established 1883. 
The Droitwich Oiiardian is an ably conducted paper, giving 
Its space almost entirely to local and district reports and list of 
visitors. 
Froprietors— W. and L. Smith. 

DVDK.B v.— ( Worcestershire.) 

Ia one of the raostlmpnrtanthusinrss places in tlie Midland (-ountlrn, there 
being exteoslve mannfactnres of iron, besides the Kreat coal-nelds. It is 
one of the principal seats of the iron trade. Ulassisalso manufactured io 
eonstderablc quantities. It is a municipality and sends one member to 
Partiainent. Population 0911) 61,OP2. —Papers /or (/ledijtrwt— 

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 Offiet—S5, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. 

DUDLEY HERALD. Saturday, l^d. 
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 
Wedncsbury. 
Proprietors— The Midland United Newspapers Ltd. 
London Office— U9, Fleet Street, E.G. i. Tele, flolborn 6228. 

nWn'WA.nij^.— (Bedfordshire.) 

A borouRb town, and the seat of the straw bat and bonnet manufaciuro. 
Population (1911) 8,062.— Paper /ot- the dUtriet— 

DUNSTABLE BOROUGH GAZETTE AND LUTON 
JOURNAL. Wednesday, U. 
Independent.— Established 1865. 

Circulates in Dunstable, Luton, Toddington, Houghton Regis, 
Harlington, Markyate Street, Eaton Bray, and the district. 

It contains the local news, official and other advertisements 
and a selection of general intelligence. 
Proprietor— Miles Taylor. 

DITRHAM — {Durham.) 

Is in the heart of the rtreat Northern coal-flelds. The staple trade of the 
district is coal and Iron. Tlic count)- is mixedlyagricultaral, maritime, 
mining, mannfftcturing, and commercial, and is yearly increasing in popu- 
lation, enterprise.and wealth. The city of Durham Is the seat of a Uni- 
versity: it IS a Bishop's see, and returns one member to Parliament 
Population of the City of Durham (1911) 17,560.— Papers /or (ft< district— 

DURHAM CHRONICLE AND COUNTY GAZETTE. 
Friday, Id. 

Liberal.— Established January 1, 1820. 

Circulatesthrough Durham, Sunderland, Darlington, Stockton, 
Newcastle, Spennymoor, Willington, Crook, Bishop-Auckl,and, 
Barnard Castle, Consett, Towlaw, Chester-le-Street, Hoiighton- 
le-Spring, Seaham, Seahain 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 Offiee—Sfi, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Holborn 5351. 



DURHAM COUNTY ADVERTISER. Friday, Id. 
Conservative.- Kstabllshed September, 1814. 
Clroulates throughout Durham, Sunderland, Htockton-opon- 




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 Engl.and 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 Printios 
Co., Ltd. " 

London Offtee—152, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. (Advt., p. 857.) 

OC WtmijKir.— {Gloucestershire.) 

Itlstbc centre of an iinintrlant atrricultiiral dlsl^ct.and is thelermlnna 
of a branch line on the Midlaml Kailway. Its manufsctnres are cloth, 
aKrliiiltural Implements, milk separators, dairy plant, electric lighting 
plant, cycles. Population (1911) 7,691.— Paper /or Me district— 

DURSLEY, BERKELEY, AND SHARPNESS GAZETTE. 
Neutral.— Established 1878. Saturday. Hd. 

Circulates in the towns of Dursley, Berkeley, Wotton- 
under-Edge, the seaport of Shari)n6S8, Thornbury, Chipping 
Sodbury, kc. 

The Dursley Oazette 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-nnder-Edge 
and Berkeley. 

Publishers— V. Bailey i Son. (Advt., p. 557.) 

K ARI, ESTO^fTW.— ( LoncoiAir*.) 

A growing town in a manufacturing and mining district. The L. A N. W. 
Ily. t'o.'s wagon works are the chief business concern, eniployltig over 
1,<H)0 hands. Messrs. Richard Evans & Cit.'s collieries, in the adj"ining 
villages, employ about 4,iwtii.— Population (of the township of Newton-in- 
Makerlleld, of which the new town of Karlestown is the most populous 
part) (1911) lM«2.-Paper«/or (*« district— 

EARLESTOWN AND NEWTON EXAMINER, Saturday,2i. 
Liberal.— Established 1882. 
See Warrington Examiner. (Advt., p. 571.) 

EARLESTOWN GUARDIAN. Friday evening, Irf. 
Independent Radical.— Established 1880. 
The only paper printed in the Newton parliamentary division. 
Proprietors- S. Harvey & Sons. 

EASIMO VrOJLD ( Yorkshire.) 

A town and diBtrirt with a jiopulation of (isii) 6,404. tttiM trade in fti^rlcul- 
lural produce, and has long been known fur its manafacturc of stvoU— 
Paper for the aittrict-~ 

EASINGWOLD ADVERTISER. Saturday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established .January, 1892. 
Circulates in Easingwold and district. 

The news of the town and neighbourhood is attached to s 
partly-printed sheet of general news. 
Proprietor— R. B. Smith. 

KA.mi BO VWtME.— {Sussex.) 

The centre of the South-Eastern parliamentar; division of Bnssex. One 
of the most fashionable watcring-ptaccs on tne South Coast. There is 
excellent hotel, apartments and boarding-house accommodation and 
facilities for boating, bathing, golf, lawn tennis, bowls, »o. Population 
(19111 M,5M.— Pop«r»/ort»« distncl— 

EASTBOURNE CHRONICLE. Saturday, lid. 
Independent.— Established 1856. 
The leading local paper. Circulating largely among the 
resident gentry. 
Proprietors— Famcombe k Co. (Lim.). (Advt. p. 558.) 

EASTBOURNE GAZETTE. Wednesday, IJrf. 
In depbndb.vt.— Established 1856. 

Circulates in Eastbourne, Hailgham, Pevensey, Polegate, 
Westham, Willingdon, Alfriston,and throughout the surround- 
ing high-class residential districts. 

Prominence is given to the local and general news of the 
district. Fashionable intelligence of the week, special articles 
on local tojiics, sports and pastimes, etc. 

Proprietors— T. R. Beckett, Ltd. 

London Office— m-5, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 4481. 
(Advt., p. 558.) 

VISITOR. Friday (in the Summer season only), Id. 

Independent.— Established 1875. 
Circulates in Eastbourne and district. 

Contains a complete programme of amusements, local guide 

to Eastbourne and surrounding neighbourhood, time and tide 

tables, and everything a visitor wants to know. Beautifully 

illustrated. 

Proprietors— T. R. Beckett, Ltd. 

London 0/?Ic<— 173-5, Fleet Street, B .C. 4. Tela. Central 4481. 



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EAST DEREI1A.M.— (iVor/oift.) 

A thriving raarlict-town. and an iniimrtant junction on the Great Eastern 
Itaiiway, with a population of (1911) 5,72'J.— Paper /or thedUtrict— 

DEREHAM AND FAKENHAM TIMES. Saturday, l<i. 
Independent. — Established 1880. 
Circulates extensively in the towns of East Dereham and 
Fakenham, also largely in the neighbourhood, for which it is 
the recognised local paper. 
PuoPElETORS — The Norwich Mercury Co. (Ltd.). 
London O/^ce— 172, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. City 798. 

EAST CiRIHrSTEAD.— (SuM«z.) 

A large town in the centre of the nortlicrn division of the county with 
a population oH19ll) 1^90.— Paper for the district— 



B 



AST GRINSTEAD OBSERVER. Friday, lii. 
Independent.— Established 1881. 



Circulates in Bast Grinstead, Lingfield, Dornaan's Land, 
Hartfield, Burstow, Crawley Down, Turner's Hill, Felbridge, 
Forest Row, Groombridge, Ashurst Wood, West Hoathly. 
Withyham, Newchapel, Horsted Keynes, Ashdown Forest, 
Eden bridge, &c. 

Gives the fullest reports of all local and county news, an 
epitome of general news, and advocates the interests of the 
district. 

Publishers — Farncombe & Co. (Lim.). (Advt. p. 568.) 



EA.STL.^ICttl.—{Hcmipsh{re.) 

A town close to Southampton. with a pojiulation of (1911) 15,250. The South 
Western IlHilway have their cariiaife and locomotive works here. — Paper 
/or the district— 

EASTLEIGH WEEKLY NEWS. Friday, W. 
Independent.— Established September, 1892. 

It gives accurate reports of the news of the district, and is 
neutral in political and religious matters. 



Peopbietoe— F. J. Hendy. 



KA.»TlirOOn.—{JVoUingkamshire.) 

A large parish, nine miles from Nottingham. There are large collieries in 
the neighbourho, U. Population (1911) 4,692.— Paper/or the district— 

EASTWOOD AND KIMBERLEy ADVERTISER. Fri., K 
Neutral.— Established December, 1804. 
Circulates in Eastwood, Kimberley, and the district. 
Publiehert — G. C. Brittain & Sons (Lim.). 

£BB1^ TAI.E — (Monmouthshire.) 

A flourishing town in the centre of a rich iron and coal district, and possc'sinK 
large iron works. Population (1911) 30.659.— i'aper /or (/le dwiricf— 

EBBW VALE WEEKLY ARGUS. Friday Id. 
A localised edition of the South Wales Weekhi Aram 
Newport. (Advt., p. 569.:) "^ " ' 



BCCJLB9.— (Lancoi/iire.) 

Kccles is four miles west of Manclicster.and is an important residcn- 
tial district for business men from the city. There are numeroi'scotton 
mills and other works. Tlie Manchester Ship Canal and Bridf'ewater 
Canal pass through the borough. Eccles gives the name to the 
parliamentary division.-Population (1911) 41,946. -Papers /or tftedixrict- 

ECCLES AND PATRICROPT JOURNAL. Friday, \d 
LiBEHAL.— Established January 31, 1874. 

Circulates in Eccles, Patricroft, Pendleton, Stretford, Urm- 
gton, Irlam and Codeshead, and the many other towns and 
villages of the vicinity, thus covering a densely populated area 

The Journal reports local meetings and events with great 
fulness and accuracy, has a good selection of general news and 
adds the attraction of serial stories. ' 

PB0PR1BT0E8— Tillotson & Son (Ltd.). 

London 0^— Temple Bar House, 23, Fleet Street E C 4 
Tele. Central 3656, (Advt. facing title.) ' ' ' 

ECCLES AND PATRICROFT TELEGRAPH. Friday \d 
Independent.— Established 1895. 
A reprint of the Weetern Telegraph, Urmston. 

E»Elf B aiDCE.— (A'ene.) 

A small town in a fruitfrowing district, lO'milss from Tonbridge. Population 

EDKNBUIDUE CHRONICLE. Friday, Irf. 
Neutbal.— Established 1905. 
Circulates in Edenbridge, Penshurst, Four Elms, Hever, 
Cowden and Crockham Hill. 
A localised edition of the Tonbridge Free Pit's. 



KW^MuM^mn.— {Yorkshire.) 

A populous industrial centre, created a market town by a Royal Charter 
granted to .Inhu de Klland four hundred years ago. The head of the 
fciliand parliamentary division. Various manufactures, with large woollen 
cotton, worsted, corn, and silk mills ; also a largo centre for fire-clay and 
flre-hnck goods and potteries, together with iron and steel engineering 
and boiler works.— Population (1911) 10,678.— Paper tor Wis district— 

ELLAND ECHO. Friday, \d. 
Independent.— Established 1887. 
A Re -issue of the Brighouae Echo, with local news added. 
Pkopbietors— John Hartley (Ltd.)., Brighouse. (Advt., p. 
510.) 

EI.i:.E8]nEHE — (Shroijshire.) 

A small town on the t'anibria Railwar, midway between Whitchurch and Os- 
westry, Population about 2,000.-Pa;)trJi>r(A«ii»(nc(— 

ELLESMERE HERALD. Tuesday, Irf. 
Independent.— Established April, 1912. 
The EUesmere Herald confines itself chiefly to reports of loca' 
happenings, but also gives special articles and other matter of 
general interest. 

Pboprietoh- R. B. Jones. 
EJLI,E8]n£RK VOWI. -{Cheshire.) 

.stands on the Mersey at the mouth of the EUesmere Canal. With Whitbv Its 
population in (1911) wiis in,:i66.-i'a()er/or (lie district- """.oj its 

ELLESMERE PORT ADVERTISER. Wednesday, U. 
Co.vsekvative.— Established March 10, 1915. 
T !i"'^^^»-^^^ in EUesmere Port, Whitby, Hclsby, Great Sutton, 
l^ittle button, Lasthaiu, and Merseyside generally. 

The local news of EUesmere Port and district is fully and 
accurately reported, 

PublUhers~B. Haram & Co. (Advt., p. 652.) 
EtTlIAM.— (^ent.) 

is iMirt of the Parliamentary Borough of Woolwich, Population (1911) 1.1,453 
1 upcT JOT tiic dtstnct^^ ' 

ELTHAM AND DISTRICT TIMES. Friday, Ud 
Independent.— Established 1881. 

Circulates in Eltham, Mottingham, Lee, Well Hall, New 
Eltham, Welling, Grove Park, and the numerous villages to be 
found in this part of Kent. 

The Eltham and District Times has a reputation for the 
completeness of its local information. 

Offices— SO, High Street. 

Publislmrs— Kentish District Timet Co. (Ltd.). (Advt., p. 516.) 
EliY. — (Cambridgeshire.') 

* "B!\'^^ episcopal see of England, situate on the Cam. 1 1 is so encompassed 
withgarden-gironndsthatitsendBimmensequantitieBof asparagus straw 

It IS the market-town of upwards of twenty large and important villaJi^ 
Population (1911)?,9l7.-Papcr»/or£(ie<iis(rfct- 'mportaaiviiiag.s. 

CITY OF ELY STANDARD. Friday, \d 
Independent.- Est.ablished 1872. 
Circulates throughout the entire district, the news of which 
it presents in an attractive and readable form. 

A localised edition of the Cambridgeshire Timet. (Advt 
p. 554.) ' ^ ■' 

See under March. 

ELY WEEKLY GUARDIAN. Friday, 1<«. 
Independent.— Established 1890. 
Circulates in Ely and the district. 

The Guardian gives all the news of the Cathedral City and 
its district, with a large selection of general news. 
Publisher— Vf . F. Taylor. 

E»l8WO»TH.-(7/affy,«AiVe). 

A small seaporl, U miles north-east of Portsmouth.-Paper for the distrUt- 

HANTS AND SUSSEX COUNTY PRESS AND HAVANT 
AND BMSWORTH GUARDIAN. Thursday for 
Saturday, Id. Independent.— Established 1895. 

The County Press gives the local and county news, and 
has many novel features in its pages. 
Pbopbietobs— D. S. Rogers & Co. 
London O/jke—SiS, Strand, W.C. 2. 

EW VLEljn.— (Middlesex.) 

A pleasant town, ten milesfrom London, with a population of (1911 ) se.344 •. 
Paper for the district— 

ENFIELD GAZETTE AND OBSERVER. Friday, lid 
Neutbal.- Established as Enfield Observer, 1869. and 
iViddUstx Oazeltr, 1886. , i^, »uu 

Circulates in Eufleld and North Middlesex generally, also in 
contiguous portions of Esse.\ and Herts. 

PBOPEIETOB&— Meyers, Brooks, & Co. (Ltd.). Tele, 
Enfield 170. 



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•rilG.—(E»sex.) 

A mnrki't town 10 mfloa from London, with i popalAtloa of (1916t 4,M7.— 
rai>erit/or (A« dutriel— 

EPPINO ADVEHTISKR. Saturday Id. 
Indkpkndknt.— Kstjiblishcd 181)4. 
CirculntoH in Kpping.Ongar, Uuninow, and all villages in tho 
district. 
Propribtob— Moroland Hioknian. 

EST ESSEX C.AZETTE. Saturdny, U. 
liVDKl'KNDKNT.— Established 1901. 

in Eppinj;, Loughton, Ongar, Harlow, North 



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Circulates 



Weald, Tlievdon Boia and district. 
Office' — \'ictoria lUiildinss. 

KPSOm {Surrey.) 

The town Is celebrated for the drreat raees annaHllr held there. A lallne 
aprlng exists la the neighbourhood. Population (1911) 19.1S6.— Papers 
fortheilitiriet— 



See StUton Advertittr, 



TpPSOM ADVERTISER. 

EPSOM DISTRICT TIMES. 
Wfidncsday, Id. Saturday, \\d. 
Re-lgsue of the Tuesday edition of the Surrey Mirror and 
Conn'y Post (tee under Redhill), and the Saturtuty edition of 
the Dorking and Lealhcrkead Advertiser. 

EPSOM HERALD. Friday, \d. 
Conservative — Established 1878. 
Circulates in Epsom and Wimbledon parliamentary 
divisions. 

A localised edition of the Surrey Covmty Herald. See under 
Sutton. (Advt., p. 570.) 

KrffORTH.— (Linc«/n»Air«.) 

A small county town in an ai^ricultural district, noted for its large number 
of freeholders and small allotments. Population (IMl) 3,7«.— Papers /or 
the district— 

EPWORTH BELLS. Saturday, Jd. 
Neutral.— Established 1873. 
Circulates in Epworth, Crowle and Isle of Axholme generally. 
Devoted entirely to giving the news of the district. 
Puilitheri — Barnes Jc Breeze. 

WEEKLY HERALD. Saturday, *rf. 
Conservative.— Established March. 1890. 
Circulates in Epworth and the Isle of Axholme. 
Gives the news of the district, London letter, &o. 
Proprietor- T. Beal. 

KRITH.—( i^ent.) 

A pIcaBADtly BiiiialPd town on Che Thames. Large ironworks. Maxim 
fiordt'Dfclt gna and anununition factoriri, ahli) and torpedo buildiuR 
establiahmcnts. mining cnginetTing works at tbe river side, ana 
fxtenBive residential estates outside the town. Population (1911) 'J7,755, 
— Paper$for the district^ 

ERITH CHRONICLE AND BELVEDERE TIMES. 
Independent.— Established 1890. Friday, Id. 
Circulates in Erith and district. Fully reports all local news. 
Office : 62, Pier Road. 
Piiblithert — Kentith District Time» CotK.IM.') (Advt.,p.616.) 

ERITH OBSERVER. Thursdiiv. \d. 
Independent.— Established 1867. 
Circulates in Erith and neighbourhood. The local and 
district news is given very fully. 
One of the North Kent Observer Series. 
JPutli$her—T. W. Jenkins. 

ERITH TIMES. Friday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established April, 1882. 
Circulates in Erith, Belvedere, Abbey Wood, Dartford, 
Beiley, Be.xley Heath, Plumstead, Cniyford, &c. 
Proprietors— Gravesend Reporter, Ltd. 

KVKSHAM.— ( Worceslerfhire.) 

Is 14 miles south-east of Worcester, situated In the beautifulvalley watered 
by tbe ATon.and has flrst-classstations on the Great Western and Mid- 
land Railways. It is tbe place of election for the Southern or Evesham 
division of Worcestershire. Principal industries ; market gacdeniug, 
jam making, fruit and Tegetalde drying. Market-day, Monday. Population 
1191U 8,Ml,— Papers/or (Ac dixtriet— 

EVESHAM JOURNAL & FOUR SHIRES ADVERTISEB. 
Friday for Saturday, IJrf. 

Independent.— Established 1860. 

Circulates in tho town and vale of Evesham, throughout 
the Cotswold Hill district, and in upwards of 300 towns and 
villages in Worcestershire, Warwickshire, Oloucestershire,and 
Oxfordshire. 

Contains the local news, supplied by specially appointed 
correspondents of the towns and their neighbourhood, with 
the eeueral intelligence of the week, and latest telegrams and 
markets. It is the only newspaper printed in Evesham. 

Proprietors— W. & H. Smith (Lim.). 

London Office— 185, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 6715. 
(Advt., p. 569. J 



EVESHAM STANDARD AND WK8T MIDLAND 
OBSKRVER. Kri<lrty for Saturday, Id. 
Conbkrvativb.— Established 1888. 

Circulates in the counties of Worcestershire, Warwickshire, 
Gloucestershire, and Oxfordshire. 

It is a high-class agricultural, general, and family newspaper, 
and makes a special feature of local ami district rcirarts, besides 
giving all tho general news of the week. 

Office— 22, Bridge Street. 



KXETKtt.— (Devonshire.) 

The district is an agricultural and residential one, though Exeter, wh'eh has 
obtained the titleof "the Metropolis of the West." Is a commercial clir, 
being the centre of a large population. ThrOrrat Wrsti-rnand the l,ondi>n 
and Soutli-WentiTn ItHllways connect it with I,')ndon (Hbeiit thre>- hours, 
journey) ajid with tlie great naval port of I'lyniouih (distant H Imnra 
journey). Kx.-ler rarnes tin an extensiv4- dtstrihiitlff and considerable 
exjKirt trade, and imports wine, fruits, iron, timber, Ar. ItalMi tradeg 
lairgelyin corn and conl. Theprtnoiptl in.lustries oarrird on are englsi. 
eenng, iron and britsN f<iuti<lries, tobaceo f4rtories, soap works, taanencr, 
taceand iMiter luiking. Bxetercommunicates with the estuary by means 
of a canal capable of receiving ships of considerable burden. It returns 
one member to Parliniient, and is a Bishop's see. Population (1917) 
l»,317.— Popers ^or (lis district— 

DAILY WESTERN TIMES, with which is incorporated the 
Devon Weekly Times. Tuesday and Friday, \d. ; 
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, \d. 

Liberal.— Established 1828. Daily, 1866. 

This journal widely circulates throughout the entire county 
of Devon, into West Somersetand Dorset, and in East Cornwall: 
and is much read in the West Country houses in London antl 
throughout the kingdom. 

The Daily Western Times is distinguished for its district and 
local news and attention to agriculture. The intlependence 
of its leading articles is well known throughout the West 
Country. Gives the latest home and foreign news; London 
Letter, andagricultura! notes. Tho agricultural, moneyed, and 
mercantile classes, and clergy of all denominations largely 
gupport this paper. 

Proprietor*— The Western Times Co. (Lim.). 

London Office— 62, Ludgate Hill, E.C. 4. Tele. City 3578. 
(Advt., p. 512.) 



DEVON AND EXETER 
(Friday's issue, \^d.) 



DAILY GAZETTE. Daily, W. 



Conservative.- Established 1772. 

Circulates extensively throughout the whole of Devonshire 

Advocates the interests of commerce and agriculture, the 

spread of the Empire, the mainten.-jnce of the Church; and is .-.n 

unflinching supporter of the rights of the landed, mercantile, 

and industrial interests. 

Proprietor»— The Devon and Exeter Constitutional News- 
paper Company (Limited). 

London Office— 173-5, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. City 7662. 

EXPRESS AND ECHO. Daily, id. 
Being the Decon Evening Express and the Echo 
amalgamated. Established 1856. 
Circulates extensively throughout Devon, Somerset and 
Cornwall, and is the oldest and largest evening paper pub- 
lished in the west. 

Contains ample reports of all the news of the day, with 
telegrams of late news, commercial and market intelligence, 
sporting, racing, football, cricket, &o. 

Publisher— J. G. Owen, 

London Offiee-^'2, Ludgate Hill, E.C. 4. Tele. City 3578. 
(Advt., p. 512.) 

FOOTBALL EXPRESS. Saturday, id. 
Established 1908. 
Devoted to football news, results and comments. 

Publisher— 3. G. Owen. 

London Office— 62, Ludgate Hill, E.C. 4. Tele. City 3678. 



BXM.OWa..— {Devonshire.) 

A town and watering-place on the Bie, and every year more resorted to 
and is in direct communication with London and the North by a branch 
line to Exeter in connection with the South Western Railway. Oueks 
have been cunstrueted, and abranch railway cooncctsthe harbour with 
the South Western Line. Population (1911) H,9Kl.—Pop«r»/»r f/Udistriet— 

EXMOUTH CHRONICLE. Saturday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1882. 

Full local news and notes. 
Proprietob»— Setten k Son. 



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EXMODTH JOURNAL. Saturday ,ld. 
Conservative. — Established 1862. 
It contains all the local news, with a list of the resident and 
visiting gentry, parochial directory, & c. 
Circulates in Exmouth, Budleigh Salterton, Lympstone, etc. 
Proprietobb— Devon and Exeter Constitutional News- 
paper Co. 
London 0;pce— 173-5 Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. City 7662. 

FAIiMOUTH,- (Cornwall.) 

A parliamentary and mnnicipal borough and seaport-town at the entrancoof 
the KngliBh Channel, having direct railway connection with the rtet 
of the kingdom, large docks and wharves, and Is visited by thousands 
ot foreign-going shipping in the year, being extensively used as a 
port of call. Falmouth is becoming, from Its salubrious position and 
beautiful scenery, a favourite and fashionable health resort, and is 
rapidly rising in importance and opulence. Population (1911) 13,1J0.— 
Pavergforthe district— 

CORNISH ECHO AND FALMOUTH AND PENRYN 
TIMES. Friday, Id. 

Established 1861. 

Circulates exteusively in Falmouth and Penryn, and the 
south-west of Cornwall. . 

Advocates local interests and general progress. It contains 
a carefully-compiled compendium of Cornish and general 
news, and is much valued for its full and accurate reports of 
all local events. A full list of visitors is published weekly. 

Publishers — The Cornish Echo Co. 

T AKE'S FALMOUTH PACKET, CORNWALL ADVER- 
Au TISER, AND VISITORS' LIST. Friday, l(i. 

Established 1855. 

Circulates most extensively in Falmouth and district, and 
throughout South Cornwall. 

Gives most fully all the local and general news of the week 
with accuracy and strict imiiartiality. 

Proprietors— J. H. Lake & Co. 

VJLnnSGnO'X .-{Berkshire.) 

Is a market-town at the foot of Faringdon Hill, in the Vale of WhiteHorer. 
It is the head of a Foor-Law Union, anda polling-place forthe county. 
It is in direct communication with the Great Western Railway, by a 
branch line. Population U911) 9,415,— Paper /or the district— 

TTURINGDON ADVERTISER AND VALE OF WHITE 
Jj HORSE GAZGTTK. Saturday, l(i. 
Independent. — Established 1855. 

Circulates in Faringdon, Wantage, Highworth, Lechlade, 
Bampton, Burford, Witney, and all parts of the Vale of White 
Horse. It is the oldest and most widely circulated local 
journal in the Vale of White Horse. 

Advocates measures with a view to the general benefit, and is 
a good family journal of local and general intelligence, and 
varieties to amuse a vacant hour. 

Proprietors— C. Luker & Co. (Advt., p. 559.) 
VJlK:WBO rough.— (/TawipaAiVe.) 

Large military barracks are here, also Gorernnaent aircraft factories etc Pon. 
ulation (1911) 19,672.— /"ajjer /or the district— . » "ji 

-rpARNBOROUGH NEWS AND ASH GAZETTE 
Jj Friday, \d. 

Conservative.- Established June 5, 19U. 

A reprint of the Aldershot Gazette. 

Tele. Aldershot 14. 

^AMTSVL AM..— (^Surrey.) 

a thriving market-town in the parish of the same name. Is in Immediate 
pronmity to the Camp and Barracks at Aldershot and Bordon It Is 
surrounded by a One agricultural district, and is noted tor the cxcellem 
JWB. grown in the vicinity. Population (1911) ll.eoo.-Papers /or (ftc 

TTURNHAM, HASLEMEKE AND HINDHEAD HERALD 
-L' Friday, Id. 

Independent.- Established 1892. 

Circulates in Famham, Haslemere, Hindhead, Bordon Camp 
•nd their districts. '' 

The Herald, is a good local and district paper, and full of the 
news of the towns and their neighbourhoods. 

Publisher — E. W. Langham. 

aURREY ADVERTISER. Monday and Wednesday, Irf 
^-> and Saturday, \d. J' ^ • 

See under Guildford. 

QURREY AND HANTS NEWS AND ALDERSHOT 
S,- GAZETTE. Thursday, id. Established 7859 

Circulates throughout the extensive hop and agricultural 
country and resiilential district of Farnham, AldTrshot, and 
Alton, embracinK West Surrey aud North Hants 

Is the old-established local and district paper, read bv all 
classes and parties, and the recognised Government, officiil 
auctioneers, and trade medium. ' 

Manager — H. Penrose. 

London Office— H% Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 6228. 



WA-SfXy^OVlT^.— (Lancashire.) 

It is a very important manufacturing town in the middle of the populous 
district of South Lancashire. It lies between Bolton and Manchester, 
and comprises a population, including several smaller places adjoining.oi 
whichit is the centre, of 120,000 inhabitants. Cotton manufacturing is 
carried on here, in addition to a large iron and mining trade. It is here 
that the late Mr. T. B.Orompton for some time earned on one of the 
largest paper works in the kingdom. Farnworth and Eadeliffe is a par- 
liamentary division. Population (1911)28,142.— Papers ft)r()ie district— 

FARNWORTH CHRONICLE. Friday, Id. 
Conservative.— Established 1906. 

Circulates in Farnworth and surrounding district, in- 
cluding Kerslcy, Little Lever, Little Hulton, Worsley, 
Walkden, Stoneclough, Westhoughton, RadclifEe, Black Lane, 
Hiudley, etc. 

It is distinguished by its sympathy with all efforts for social 
improvement. 

Manager — W. H. Kitching. (Advt., p. 563.) 

London Office— n, Fleet Street, E.C. 

FARNWORTH JOURNAL AND OBSERVER. Friday, l<i. 
Liberal.- Established 1860. 

Circulates in Farnworth, Kersley, Outwood, Radcliffe, 
Little Hulton, Swinton, Pendlebury, Walkden, Clifton, 
Worsley, &c. 

Local meetings of all bodies and parties, social, political 
religious, and general, are fully and accurately reported. It 
has serial .ind short stories, and is an ably-conducted family 
newspaper. 

Proprietors — Tillotson & Son (Ltd.). 

London Office— Temple Bar House, 23, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. 
Tele. Central 3566. (Advt. facing title.) 

FAVKBSHAM.— (Ken<). 

A market-town on the Swale, doing a considerable trade in corn, hops, and 
wool. Thepe establishments give employment to a very large number 
of persons. A cattle market is held on alternate Tuesdays. Population 
(1911) 10,619.— Papers Jor the district— 

TrUVERSHAM MERCURY. Friday, Id. 

JJ Conservative.— E.stablislied April 14, 1860. 

Circulates in B'avershara, Sittingbourne, Milton, Whitstable, 
Herue Bay, Canterbury, Boughton, &c. 

Gives a compendium of the weekly general news, the 
latest markets, and all local intelligence of importance. 

Publisher— C. S. Elvy. 

FAVERSHAM AND NORTH-EAST KENT NEWS. 
Saturday, \d. 
Established February, 1883. 

Circulates in Faversham and the district of East Kent. 
The News gives fully all the local and district intelligence. 
Proprietor — F. Austin, 

FEWWY STIIATFOBU.— (5mc*«.) 

A town with a population of (1912) 6,800.— Paper/or the diatrict~~ 

NORTH BUCKS TIMES. Tuesday, Iti. 
Independent.- Established 1879. 
Circulates throughout North Bucks. 
The local and district news is fully reported. 
Publishers — H, Jackson & Co., Leighton Buzzard. 

VTMj'EV .— (Yorkshire.) 

Is a delightfully situated and exceedingly fasfetonable watering-place on th« 
Torksliire coast,. and has direct railway communication. Its extensive bay 
is nine miles across. The sands are six miles in extent, and, unequalled 
for their firmness and smoothness, are allowed to be the finest of tb(f 
North-East coast. Population (1911) 3,223.— Paper /or the district— 

FILEY POST AND WEEKLY LIST OF VISITORS. 
Friday, id. 
NedtbAL. — Established August, 1865. 
Circulates in Filey, Hunmanby, &c. 
A localised edition of the Driffleld Times. 

FISHOUABD AWD COODlif'ICK 

(Pembrokeshire. ) 

A market-town and parliamentary borough, now the connecting port with 
Ireland of the Great Western Railway Company. Population about 7,000.— 
Paper for the district— 

COUNTY ECHO. Thursday, Irf. 
Neutral.— Established 1900. 
The Echo gives all the local and district news, with a selec- 
tion of general intelligence, tales, varieties, &o. 
Proprietor- L. Evans. 

FIEET.— (ffawis.) 

A small agricultural centre, and well-known residential district, 8i miles from 
Farnborough. P.tpulation (1911) 3,2**!.— Paper forthe district— 

FLEET NEWS, ODIHAM AND HARTLEY WINTNBY 
GAZETTE. Friday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1892. 

A local and district paper with full reports of all local 
happenings. 
Proprietors- Wm. May & Co., Ltd., Aldershot. 
Tele. Aldershot 14. 



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FL. K BT l!VOO D-OM- Vrir MB.— ( Lancaf Aire.) 

Ai>r<>!i|HTuusanil tIhIiik st-n-port and wfttrrtng-flaep at the mnuthnf tlierlvpr 
Wj Ti', (»n the t»niith-wt'Kt Mlutre of M»in-CJunlM' liny : tlirniiKli routo and 
daily BiTvir.' to Il4>]fa«tantl tin' North of InMand.nliin to DoiikImk. iRlr of 
Man. Ac, ilurtinr thi- gnminrr riiuiiitin. Has Urt(c dorks frniii wnich an 
rxtrnfiTi' linrort ami oiport lr««le in carriril on. logrttuT with a fleet of 
lllhiDf trawlen. I'oiiulallon (lilll! 15.87S.— /'a|Mr< /or Uu dlitriet.— 

ILKP:tWOOD chronicle. Xuesdoy and Friday, l<i. 
Neutral.— Established 1843. 
Circulates in Fleetwood, Poulton, Kirkhain, I.ythain, The 
Fyldo, and over Wyre agricultural districts, and Lancashire 
and Yorkshire generally. 
A localised edition of the Blackpool Herald, 

FLEETWOOD EXPRESS. Wednesday and Saturday, Id. 
Liberal. — Established June, 1877. 
Oircuhites anions the shipiiinc and mercantile classes of this 
risine seaport, and in the aRricultural district surrounding. 

Full reports are given of local events, shipping interest well 
represented, and the news of the Fylde district is published in 
its columns. 
PublUher — B. Bowman. 
London 0/liu—S6, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Holborn 2791. 

"IjTLEETWOOD GAZETTE-NEWS. Tuesday. 1<1. ; Friday, Id. 
Jj Pboorbssive Conservative.— Bstablisned 1873. 

See Blackpool Oazette-Nemt. 

Ogicet—St. Peter's Place. 

FOliKESTONE.— ( iiTcnt. ) 

A municipal borough within the parliamentary borough of Hythc. commnni 
eating by rail with London and with the Continent by a regular service 
of the fastest channel steamers. From its healthy and delightful situa- 
tion, it la annually becoming the most attrartive and fashionable 
watering-place of any on the South East coast for visitors of the 
flrst-clafis. Population U911) al,495.— /*ai>crfl fur the district— 

FOLKESTONE EXPRESS. Friday morning. Id. 
Independent. — Established March, 1868. 
Circulates in Folkestone, Sandgate, Shomcliffe, Hythe, 
Cheriton, and the neighbourhood. 

Full reports of all local matters of interest is made a special 
feature. Full list of visitors given during the season. 
Managing Director — A. J. English. 

FOLKESTONE, HYTHE, SANDGATE, AND CHERITON 
HERALD. Saturday, Urf. 
Independent CoNSBRVATiVE.—Established January, 1870. 
Circulates in Folkestone, Hythe, Cheriton, Shorncliffe Camp, 
and surrounding district. 
PublUhert — F. J. Parsons (Ltd.), 



A riMidential suburb of London. Population (lOU) 61,(yni.— Paper /or tht distriH— 

TpORKST GATE. MANOR PARK, AND ILB'ORD EX- 
Jj PRESS AND INDEPENDENT. Friday, Irf. 

A reprint of the Ltytonttone Expreta and Independent. 

See London Suburban Newspapers. 



FORM B Y.— ( Lancathire. ) 

A township seven miles from Southport, with A popalation of (lOU) S,950.— 
Pavtraforthe dittriet— 

WEST LANCASHIRE COAST CHRONICLE AND 
FOEMRY NEWSPAPER. Friday, l<i. 
Unionist. — Established March, 1897. 
A localized edition of the Ornuikirk AdvertUer. 
Circulates in Formby and on the West Lancashire coast. 
Publuher—Vf . L. Hutton. 

FORMBY TIMES. Saturday, \d. 
Liberal.— Established 1895. 
Circulates in Formby, Ainsdale, Altoar, and district. 
Gives all the news of the district. 
Proprietor— J. J. Riley. 
London 0;p<»-119, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele City 8972. 

FMAmiillVCill 4.91.— (Su^oM.) 

A mafkot ADd collegiate toim, situated in a thriving agricultural and 
)n.<inufacturtDg neighbourhood. Population (1911) S,400.— /'aper for th« 

district-- 

FRAMLINGHAM weekly news. Saturday, l<i. 
Conservative and Unionist.— Established Septem- 
ber, 1859. 
Circulates in Framlingham and the immediate neighbour- 
hood. Gives a carefully-digested epitome of the news of 
the week. 
Proprietors— Maulden & Sons. 

LondonOfflee—c/o Cassell &Co., Ltd., La Belle Sauvage.E.C, 4. 
Advt., p. 559.) 



FREflirvr ATBIR.-(/«^ of Wight.) 

Is sllnatM nn tho louth coast. It la lariily rotorted lo by toorlM*. Popalfr 
tlon 9.000,— rupffr /or tk» diMrttt-~ 

FRESHWATEK,TOTLAND,ANDYARMO0TH ADVER- 
TISER. Friday, \d. 
Neutral. — Established January, 1899. 
Circulates over tho west end of the Island. 
NOTE. — ThU paper is auspendtd during the war. 
PublUher—\f. Q. Seldcn. 

FRIMTOH-OIf-SEA.- (^Mex.) 

a small seaside resort with arcsldeitlal population of (19111 1,A10.— PaMrs 
lar the dtitrict- 

FRINTON AND WALTON GRAPHIC. Saturday, Id, 
See Claeton-on-Sea Oraphie. 

"TpRINTON NEWS. See Ea»t Etien AdveHuer, Clacton. 
VWtOTIf.lE.—(Somertettkire. ) 

Called, also, Frome Selwood. Situated on the Prome, 111 miles south of 
Bath. It is celebrated for its printing, art metal works, ale, cards for 
dressing woollen cloths, and its maQuXacture of cloth. Fopulatloa 
(1»11) 10.901.— Papers/or t»«iiisfrfct— 

0MER8ET AND WILTS JOURNAL. Friday, Id. 



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Liberal.— Established July 7, 1865. 

Circulates in Frome, Radstock, Peasedown St. John,Camer- 
ton. Stoke Lane, Hemington, Writhlington, Paulton, Glutton, 
Shepton Mallet, Mells, Coleford, Beckington, Road, Midsomer 
Norton, Nunney, Bath, Wanstrow, Ice. 

A good county family paper, giving the local news very fully 
and intelligently. It caters specially for the agricultural 
community. 

Proprietors— 5o»u!rjrt and Wilts Journal (LtdJ. 

London O/Kee — 2, Johnson's Court, Fleet Street, E.G. 4, 

Tele. Holborn 5769. (Advt., p. S69.) 

SOMERSET STANDARD. Friday, Id. 
Con