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SEVENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL ISSUE. 



1922. 



C. MITCHELL AND CO., LIMITED, 

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



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THREE WELL-KNOWN NEWSPAPERS. 

NEWSPAPERS THAT GIVE RESULTS. 



Three 
Newspapers. 

Morning 
Evening 
and 
Weekly. 

Unequalled 
For all 
Purposes 
And all 
Classes. 



THE YORKSHIRE POST. 

(E:s«ablisIiedL 1754.) 

Known throughout Great Britain as tlie 
- - newspaper, - - 

"'TWIXT TRENT AND TWEED." 



. THE 



YORKSHIRE EVENING POST. 



(E:s«a,falislxed I.S90.) 



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



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YORKSHIRE WEEKLY POST. 

(E:s«si,blislied 1T54.) 

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, 1922. 



PAGE 

PUBLISHERS' ADDRESS ■ 3 

SPECLA.L ARTICLES. 

Britain's Export Trade - - 5 

Things that Matter in Ai> 
vertisinq 12 

ThB TrKND of THE MODERN 

Press 17 

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

NEWSPAPER OBITUARIES. 

The Late Mr. Alexander 
Duncan, j.p. 26 

27 

28 



The Late Mr. James Law - 
The Late Mr. George Neves 

The Late Sir Arthur 
Pearson, Bart., g.b.e. - - 29 

The Late Mr. G. W. Taylor, 
J.P., c.c. 30 

The Late Mr. G. S. Wood - 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 - - - 189 

Irish Newspapers - - . - 207 

British Isles Newspapers - - 217 

MAGAZINES, REVIEWS AND 
PERIODICALS OF THE 
UNITED KINGDOM 219 

NEWS SERVICE AGENCIES - - 283 

THE NEWSPAPER SOCIETY - 285 

PRESS PHOTOGRAPHERS - - 287 

COMMERCIAL ART STUDIOS - 291 

ENGRAVERS & ELECTROTYPERS 293 



paoe 
BRITISH OVERSEAS DOM- 
INIONS AND FOREIGN 
SECTION 297 

[For complete Index to British Overseas 

Dominions and Foreign Section., see 

page S99.) 

SPECIAL ARTICLES. 

Inter-Imperial Trade - - - 301 

The Imports of Australia 306 

The Trade of New Zealand 367 

The Import Trade of British 
South Africa 374 

The Import Trade of Canada 393 

The Trade of India - - - 413 

Trade of the West Indies - 434 

BRITISH OVERSEAS DOM- 
INIONS PRESS. 

Australian Papers - - - - 315 

New Zealand Papers - - - 364 

South African Papers - - 380 

West and East African 
Papers 391 

Canadian Papers - - - - 400 

Indian Papers 421 

Papers of the Straits Settle- 
ments 430 

Papers of other British 
Possessions 432 

Papers of the West Indies - 438 
UNITED STATES PRESS - 441 
FOREIGN PRESS 448 

ADVERTISEMENTS. 

London Newspapers - 480 & 553 
Provincial Newspapers 500 &. 555 
Scottish Newspapers - 541 & 578 
Irish Newspapers - - 548 & 531 
Magazines & Periodicals 550 & 584 
British Dominions and For- 



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INDEX TO MISCELLANEOUS 
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THE HOUSE 

AND 

ITS SERVICE 

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ADVERTISERS. 




TO-DAY more than ever advertising is coming into its own. 
Governments as well as the leaders of commerce have 
learned the value of the persuading force of publicity. 
They recognize the printed word as the quickest and most effective 
means of spreading information. Applied to national needs or to 
the wider realms of commerce its influence on public action is no 
longer questioned. 



In our business as advertising agents, we 
have done much to demonstrate the value of 
publicity. During the 85 years since our busi- 
ness was founded, we have assisted many firms 
to rise to positions of national importance and 
their names to become household words. It 
has been our privilege to act as advisers on 
advertising policy and carry out publicity con- 
tracts for companies and associations of world- 
wide renown, who readily acknowledge the value 
of our services. 



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

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



AOVERTISINa 



C. MITCHELL ff Co., Ltd., 

(Founded 1837). 

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



PUBLISHERS' ADDRESS. 



The Newspaper Press Directory for 1922 is the seventy-seventh annual issue, 
and every effort has been made to maintain the standard of previous editions which 
has earned for this guide the encomium of "the standard work of reference with respect 
to the press." 

The Newspaper Press Directory is generally recognised as " official," not only 
in regard to the press of Great Britain but also the British Dominions Oversea. In 
connection with this latter section we pubUsh an informative article on Inter-Imperial 
Trade which discusses the general conditions and prospects of trade within the British 
Empire. Also immediately preceding the gazetteer section of each country is a review 
of the trade of that country with classified lists of tariffs, duties, etc., showing the 
preference given to British goods where operative. It is doubtful if the whole range 
of information can be found so complete and comprehensive in any other one volume. 

In addition to the above the usual articles are included, entitled " Britain's Export 
Trade," " Things that Matter in Advertising," " The Trend of the Modern Press " 
and "The Legal Year in its Relation to the Press." All from the pen of well-known 
authorities. 

The Obituaries for the Year include several important figures in the newspaper 
world. Among those who passed away are Sir Arthur Pearson, Bart. ; Mr. James 
Law (Scotsman) ; Mr. Alexander Duncan, J.P. (South Wales Daily News) ; and Mr. 
J. S. Wood (Gentlewoman). 

The Newspaper Press Directory shows there are at the present time 2,225 
Newspapers in the United Kingdom, distributed as follows : — London, within the 
postal radius, 432, of which 26 are morning dailies and 5 evening dailies ; the English 
and Welsh provinces, including localized issues, 1,369, of which 40 are morning, and 81 
evening dailies ; Scotland, 235, including 9 morning and 10 evening dailies ; Ireland, 
175, including 9 morning and 6 evening daihes ; the British Isles, 14, of which 5 are 
dailies. 

We again tender our sincere thanks to the many Newspaper and other correspon- 
dents throughout the world who have given us such valuable assistance in the revision 
of this issue, and we shall be pleased to receive, for insertion in our next edition, par- 
ticulars of new publications as they appear, and notice of any alterations in the journals 
already included in this issue. 

January, 1922. C. MITCHELL & CO., LTD. 



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BRITAIN'S EXPORT TRADE. 



GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE TO INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE. 



The master mariner each clay closes his day's 
entry in the ship's log with the phrase, " So ends 
this day." When the day has gone well, the final 
phrase is written wjth a quiet feeling of satisfaction ; 
when badly, the phrase marks a period to the march 
of events and the opening of a new stage, and, with 
human nature as it is, a rising hope follows that this 
new stage will see improvement after the anxiety 
and worry of the past day. 

It is in the latter sense that this phrase, misquoted 
as " So ends this year," seems particularly adaptable 
to the passing of 1921 and the opening of a new 
year. The past year has, for the majority of manu- 
facturers and merchants, undoubtedly been the most 
diflScult and worrying of any since the cessation of 
hostilities, but it passed in a spirit of hopefulness — 
not unfounded — for better times in the coming 
twelve months. 

Each of the post-war years has presented its own 
difficulties to the industry and commerce of this 
country. In 1919 there was the turnover from war 
to peace work, the shortage of skilled labour, and 
the scarcity of tonnage to carry our goods overseas ; 
in 1920 the difficulties of meeting abnormal demands 
both on home and export account — difiiculties which, 
although very real, carried an entirely different 
aspect, for they were coincident with a great trade 
boom, but about mid-year the boom cracked, and 
the year closed in commercial gloom, unrelieved by 
the prospect of better times with the New Year. 

In 1921 difficulties were many and varied and the 
harder to overcome in that one vital necessity to 
trade, demand, was lacking ; trade was stagnant 
and appeared likely to continue so, and every obstacle, 
accumulating with others, rendered still more bleak 
the outlook for any material revival of trade. 

Internal Conditions. 

The effects of the sudden reversal during 1920 of 
trade conditions from an abnormal boom to an 
equally abnormal slump were still heavily handi- 
capping industry. Production had been forced up 
to a high rate ; overtime was being worked in 
practically every industry, both in the endeavour 
to meet orders on hand and to provide for those 
anticipated ; price was no object, neither the cost 
of raw materials, of other production costs, of wages 
— every effort was being made to turn out the goods, 
which " sold themselves." 

The sudden drying up of orders had its inevitable 
effect. Huge and unwieldy stocks accumulated 
and were left on the hands of manufacturers and 
merchants — dead stocks which nobody wanted, 
stocks which had been manufactured when prices 
all round were at their highest and on which holders 



were faced with losses which threatened to be little 
short of ruinous. This, then, was the position at 
the opening of 1921. 

In considering the causes which served to main- 
tain slump conditions practically throughout the 
year, it is impossible to dissociate internal from ex- 
ternal factors, for so many were dependent the one 
upon the other, but bearing this association in mind, 
it is possible to examine them separately. The 
prime cause has undoubtedly been the process of 
deflation, an inevitable outcome of the conditions 
of the preceding years. 

By the opening of 1921 conditions generally had 
so far developed that it had become evident that 
the then existing high selling prices could not long 
be maintained and that in order to secure business 
cheaper prices must sooner or later be quoted. 
Broadly speaking, all the pressing requirements of 
the home trade had been satisfied and in many cases, 
as previously mentioned, wholesalers and retailers 
were overstocked. The general public had ceased 
to buy on the formerly existing large scale, and all 
round there appeared to be a very marked determi- 
nation to delay purchases as long as possible in the 
hope that the anticipated fall in prices would 
materialise. 

In these circumstances manufacturers and mer- 
chants were faced with a similar difficulty. In the 
first case, manufacturers had on hand raw materials 
purchased either at the top of the rise or before 
prices had reached their existing level, and goods 
which had been manufactured from these high- 
priced materials. The subsequent slump rendered 
it quite hopeless to expect to clear the goods already 
manufactured, or those to be manufactured from 
the raw materials, at remunerative prices. In the 
second case, merchants had bought heavily and were 
overstocked with goods purchased at high prices. 
To add to the difficulties of the position, there was 
a wave of cancellations of contracts, and manu- 
facturers who had been making, and merchants 
who had purchased, goods in respect of specific 
orders, found these goods also left on their hands 
through the cancellation of the orders. 

It became evident with the passing of time that 
the only course to adopt was that of setting out to 
clear these hampering stocks at the best prices 
obtainable, although these represented losses of 
varying degree. Even " at any price," however, 
the operation was generally very prolonged, and the 
attendant adverse effects served still further to 
complicate the industrial position. 

A further very difficult problem was that of pro- 
duction costs — apart from the cost of raw materials 
and overhead charges. Many of these, despite the 



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slump in other directions, remained at a high level. 
Chiefly important was the cost of fuel — a cost which 
imposed a severe and almost crippling handicap on 
those industries where this item of expenditure bulks 
so large. The fuel question was further involved 
by the complete and prolonged stoppage in the coal 
mining industry. Undoubtedly the coal strike was 
one of the prime factors which materially retarded 
the recovery of trade, and, while there have latterly 
been some reductions in prices, fuel costs right up 
to the close of the year continued to militate against 
the prospects of British trade in the face of foreign 
competition. 

Although the most important, the coal dispute 
was but one of many instances where employers and 
employed were at variance and where industry 
sufEered additional difficulties and delay while these 
questions were being settled. In the main, these 
disputes centred round the endeavours of employers 
to reduce working costs by cutting down wages or 
increasing hours of labour, a policy which in the 
beginning of the year was bitterly resented by the 
employees. It was, however, one of the satisfactory 
features of the later part of 1921 that in a 
number of cases the employee showed a realisation 
of the fact that, without meeting their employers 
on this question, it would be impossible to carry 
on, and although in some instances resisting the 
full cut proposed, displayed complete willingness 
to sufier reductions of wages. There is little doubt 
that with regard to the relations of employers and 
employed the year closed with the position more 
satisfactory and promising for future stability than 
at any time during the twelve months. 

External Conditions. 

In addition to the stagnation in the home trade 
and the above causes and effects, external conditions 
were such that export business sufiered with equal, 
if not greater, severity. In some respects the causes 
of this falling off in exports were similar to those 
resulting in the depression in the home trade. 

After the Armistice, countries which had through- 
out the war years been compelled to go short of their 
requirements and those desiring to replenish the 
wastages of war rushed to buy. Export orders for 
practically all classes of goods poured into this 
and other countries, and vast quantities of goods, 
in turn, poured into the purchasing country. 

The effects of this were manifold. It is obvious, of 
course, that with this inrush of goods pressing require- 
ments were, in time, filled and demand normally 
slackened. Out of this arose two factors of para- 
mount importance. 

One of these was the exchange difficulty. A 
number of the countries which formerly indulged 
in heavy buying were exporting on a comparatively 
small scale. Imports heavily overbalanced exports. 
As the process continued, credits in this country 
were gradually— rapidly in some cases— depleted, 
until they were practically, if not quite, eliminated. 
A prominent example of the effects of this process 
was Australia. So heavily depleted were Australian 
credits in the United Kingdom that for some con- 
siderable period that country was practically a 
closed market to British exporters. It was a matter 
of great difficulty for the Australian importer to 



finance any material transactions, and until the 
marketing of the wool crop, etc., had served to 
relieve the situation, British export trade to Australia 
suffered accordingly. 

In the case of Australia and some other distant 
markets, however, conditions have improved during 
the past twelve months, but in a number of the 
nearer markets there has been little, if any, material 
improvement, nor are there any strong indications 
of a speedy adjustment. 

This great disturbance of the normal flow and 
balance of trade is reflected in the continued abnormal 
rates of exchange and their wide and rapid fluctua- 
tions. These are, of course, most pronounced in 
regard to those countries whose whole economic 
fabric was disorganised as a direct result of the 
war and who have so far failed to reorganise it upon 
anything approaching a stable basis ; but apart 
from these extreme cases, the number of markets, 
trading with which is still materially hampered by 
exchange difficulties, continues sufficiently large to 
prevent undue optimism and anticipation of an 
early and pronounced boom in export trade. 

There are two main difficulties in selling goods to 
such markets ; both concern selling prices. The 
first and obvious difficulty is that with the currency 
of the importing country heavily depreciated in 
relation to sterling, every £1 of the selling price 
represents an abnormally heavy drain on the buyer's 
purse, and inclines him to turn to goods emanating 
either from the factories of his own or some other 
country whose currency is more nearly on a par 
with his own. Thus it becomes questionable at 
once whether the British exporter can market his 
goods at a price which the buyer can afford. What 
is perhaps less obvious to the casual observer is 
that to the difficulties of a depreciated currency is 
frequently added that of instability, such currencies 
generally being subject to violent fluctuations. 

In these circumstances there is the problem of 
securing against risk of loss caused by some sudden 
and unforeseen movement in the exchange rate. 
The effects of depreciated currency upon British 
selling prices in the importing country have already 
been pointed out, but this effect is aggravated by 
the above consideration, for in order to guard against 
loss it becomes imperative that the exporter allow 
a margin much wider than normal. The result is 
that on top of prices already rendered difficult for 
importers to pay must be added such amount as 
the exporter considers will make him secure against 
loss. 

It might be mentioned here that one result of 
the high prices which British exporters have been 
conipelled to quote has been to give rise to the 
feeling in some markets that unfair advantage has 
been taken and that unduly high profits were secured. 
While there may have been instances where this 
was true, the complaint was, on the whole, unfounded, 
but this feeling has, nevertheless, played a not in- 
significant part in hampering our export trade. 

Another very pronounced difficulty which arose in 
some cases where the exchange question did not 
unduly complicate the position, was a development 
very similar to that which had occurred in this 
country. Importers, enthusiastic over the remark- 
able extent and keenness of demand, bought heavily 



BRTTAIN'8 EXPORT TRADE 



— ^more heavily than actual orders warranted, but 
they were fully convinced that demand would con- 
tinue much longer than it actually did. As a conse- 
quence, when the bubble was pricked, they found 
themselves with storehouses fidl, or nearly so, and 
great quantities of goods still coming forward. In 
extreme cases, no storage room could be found and 
the goods accumulated on the quays, where they 
rapidly deteriorated. Apart from losses caused by 
this latter condition, importers were faced with the 
problem — as were our own traders — of getting rid 
of high-priced stocks for which there was no 
demand. 

As a consequence, bujring from these quarters 
practically, if not actually, ceased. The process of 
liquidating stocks proved long drawn-out, and 
during that whole period — the length of which, of 
course, varied with regard to particular goods and 
markets — British exports to aSected markets were 
almost at a standstill. Moreover, importers having 
had their lesson, proved very chary of entering upon 
any heavy transactions when the position did show 
signs of improvement, and even when the high- 
priced stocks had been liquidated the effects were 
still seen in the cautious policy which importers 
adopted and the lack of orders for anything beyond 
goods required for immediate needs. 

A Brighter Outlook. 

With the world's economic position in so uncertain 
and unsettled a state as it is now, it is exceedingly 
precarious to venture any prophesy regarding the 
future. Nevertheless, it is safe to assert that if 
certain recent and important developments progress 
as satisfactorily as they have commenced, 1922 
should see a very material alleviationof difficulties 
and a consequent revival in trade sufficiently marked 
to remove at least the most pressing worries and 
anxieties. 

Political events such as the Irish developments 
and the Washington Conference have far-reaching 
sentimental and concrete effects, and there was good 
ground for the very much brighter feeUng which 
prevailed in trade circles at the close of the year. 

A further development, concerning which it is 
yet too early to decide regarding its future course 
or its degree of permanency, has been the gradual 
but fairly steady tendency shown by the currencies 
of certain countries to approach normal. The con- 
ditions which have served to bring about this im- 
provement may, of course, prove evanescent, and 
their disappearance may be followed by a further 
depreciation of currencies and the recrudescence of 
exchange difficulties almost at their worst, but 
indications at the moment point to an improving 
position, and consequently exporters are inclined 
to harbour cheerful anticipations. 

Undoubtedly the position at the close of 1921 
showed more promise than at any time since the 
early days of the post-war boom. It might, in fact, 
be stated that as the world's economic condition is 
more healthy than at any time since the war, the 
outlook, while failing to indicate a boom of such 
proportions as that of 1919 and early 1920, is dis- 
tinctly more promising for a continued and steady 
improvement in the flow of international trade than 
at any time since July, 1914. 



Should these indications materialise, it seems 
practically certain that this year will see competition 
reach an extent and a severity beyond anything 
that has gone before, and British exporters would 
do well to strengthen their position by every means 
possible. 

The best method of increasing ability to compete 
and of enlarging prospects for successful trade 
penetration in overseas markets is that a survey of 
the market should be obtained either by a personal 
visit or from one of the reliable agencies which act 
for manufacturers. First-hand expert knowledge of 
market conditions and requirements is a great asset. 
It is not, however, always possible that such course 
can be followed. In such cases, the exporter should 
secure from a reliable and unbiassed source all the 
information which is necessary to place him in a 
sound position for judging his ability to compete, 
and the extent of trade which is likely to be open 
to competition. It is in this, as in many other 
respects, that the Government is able very materially 
to assist British traders. 

It is, of course, usual for any mention of the 
Government helping trade to be greeted with pungent 
comment. It is usually stated that the best way 
in which the Government can assist trade is to leave 
it alone and confine its efforts to securing fair play 
in overseas markets. 

It is gratifying to find this sentiment of " a fair 
field and no favour," but it is doubtful whether it 
is the result of a clear conception of the world's 
commercial situation. We have but to turn to the 
activities, briefly mentioned subsequently, of the 
Governments of our two strongest competitors and 
compare them with those of our own to find whether 
this sentiment is shared with us by commercial 
interests of those countries. 

In this country there are two Departments which 
stand out as rendering real and valuable assistance 
to British manufacturers and merchants. 

As its activities can be more briefly described 
first mention might be made of the 

Department of Scientific and Industrial 
Research. 

A very vital duty which the Government has 
undertaken is the encouragement of research work 
in various industries, and in questions of national 
importance. 

Wherever any section of industry realises the 
importance of research work and displays any 
disposition to undertake such work, the Government, 
through the Department of Scientific and Industrial 
Research, lends its assistance in the formation of an 
Industrial Research Association, and helps financially 
by contributing pound for pound with the members' 
subscriptions, subject only to reservations of minimum 
and maximum amounts subscribed. Research Asso- 
ciations thus formed are practically autonomous, 
and the results gained are the property of the members 
of the Association and of the Department. If one 
such Association obtains results of value to another, 
the Department communicates to the second the 
fact that valuable results have been secured, but 
leaves to the first Association the decision as to 
whether to supply the information in question. 

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real facilities, and at the present time the number 
of industrial research associations connected with 
the Department has reached twenty-four, and the 
results accruing are of such value that undoubtedly 
increasing recourse will be had to the co-operation 
thus ofiered by the Government. 

Among the Associations already formed might be 
mentioned those of the British Rubber and Tyre 
Manufacturers ; the Cotton Industry ; the Linen 
Industry ; the Woollen and Worsted Industries ; 
Photographic Industry ; Scientific Instrument ; the 
Glass Industry ; the Cocoa, Chocolate, Sugar, Con- 
fectionery and Jam Trades ; Non-ferrous Metals ; 
Refractories ; Scottish Shale Oil ; Leather Manu- 
facturers ; Launderers ; Electrical and Allied Indus- 
tries ; Motor and Cycle Car ; Silk, Cutlery, Music and 
Cast Iron Industries, while recently approved and 
shortly to be incorporated are the Jute Industry and 
a Research Association for Liquid Fuel for Oil 
Engines. 

There are, moreover, certain broad questions 
which are of interest to all branches of industry and 
of national importance, research work upon which 
could not be expected of any one section of industry. 
The Department itself undertakes the research 
work in these cases and makes public all the informa- 
tion thus gained. Instances of such Departmental 
Research Boards are the Fuel Research Board ; 
Food Investigation, Building and Buildmg Materials 
Research Boards ; various Metal Research Boards, 
and so forth. In addition, grants are made to re- 
search students and workers to enable them to 
continue research work. 

The activities of this Department are, in the first 
place, directly concerned with home industries, but 
as each improvement in methods of manufacture 
or in quality of output of exportable goods has a 
very direct and vital bearing upon the possibilities 
of successful competition in overseas markets, the 
value to trade of the assistance rendered can scarcely 
be overestimated. 

Department of Overseas Trade. 

The other Government Department actively en- 
gaged in doing all in its power to assist traders is 
the Department of Overseas Trade, which has as 
its function the rendering of such assistance as may 
be possible towards the development and further- 
ance of British export trade. 

One of the chief requirements of a trader desiring 
to compete in an overseas market is up-to-date and 
reliable information concerning the conditions obtain- 
ing — both trade and economic. In order that this 
Department may be in a position to supply immedi- 
ately upon application, or to secure, if not already 
available, all information likely to be of interest to 
British traders, it has organised an overseas 

Intelligence System 

which is second in efficiency and usefulness to that 
of no other country. In every important market 
of the world there is an officer of this system. 

There are four classes of officers incorporated in 
the system, and these four classes fall readily under 
two heads : those in countries of the Empire and 
those in foreign countries. In the former are His 



Majesty's Trade Commissioners and the Imperial 
Trade Correspondents, and in the latter the Com- 
mercial Diplomatic and the Consular Officers. 

The Trade Commissioner Service, inaugurated in 
1908, covers all the important markets of the Empire 
— in some cases there are two, and in one case, 
Canada, three Trade Commissioners to the one 
Dominion, but in all others only one, while in some of 
the minor markets no Trade Commissioner has been 
appointed. In these cases honorary Trade Correspon- 
dents have been appointed while paid Correspondents 
have also been appointed to assist the Trade Com- 
missioner where his area is too extensive to allow 
of one officer adequately covering it. 

The Commercial Diplomatic Service — development 
of the old Commercial Attache Service — and the Con- 
sular Service cover foreign countries. The former 
service is directly concerned with commercial matters, 
and although from the multifarious nature of their 
duties the Consular Officers cannot devote so much 
time to commercial development, this latter service, 
under the direction of the Department, has during 
the past year or two been devoting more time than 
formerly to such matters. 

Through these four services the Department is in 
receipt of a constant and voluminous flow of informa- 
tion, coming from all the markets of the world and 
covering all questions — purely commercial or of a 
political nature affecting commerce — likely to be of 
interest to British traders. Particularly striking are 
the number of specific openings for trade, contracts 
open to tender, or other openings, which are notified, 
and which are disseminated either directly to firms 
likely to be interested, or to the trade and other press. 
It might, indeed, be stated that as a result in more 
than one case, papers have made a new and regular 
feature in their columns of such openings for trade, 
and that in others this item has been featured much 
more than formerly. 

The information thus received is widely distributed 
amongst British firms. The organisation for securing 
the proper co-ordination and dissemination of this 
information and for the direction of the efforts of 
the overseas services has been dealt with in detail 
in previous issues, and it is sufficient now to say that 
growing experience and internal reorganisations have 
increased the efficiency of the Department in both 
these respects. 

The activities of the Department are not, however, 
confined to the collection and dissemination of 
information. There are, in addition, a number of 
other duties with which it is charged. Before pro- 
ceeding to the more constructive of these, it might 
well be mentioned that when political questions are 
under consideration by other Government Depart- 
ments, D.O.T. can and has presented to its colleagues 
in the Government service the commercial point of 
view and has thus enabled them to view the question 
in its proper perspective in relation to commercial 
interests. One specific instance may be cited : a 
certain foreign Government in revising its tariff made 
a regulation concerning the analysis of leather 
sanctioned for import, which rendered it practically 
impossible for British exporters to market their 
goods in that country. The Department, on behalf 
of the industry, took up the question, with the result 
that material modifications were secured. 



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Export Credits Schkme. 

One particularly striking feature of the work of the 
Department is the administration of the Govern- 
ment's Export Credits Scheme. This scheme has 
been in existence for some time, but in its early 
stages fell far short of what was really necessary to 
render it attractive to the commercial community 
at large. It has, however, from time to time been 
revised and just recently, under the provisions of 
the Trade Facilities Act, some important extensions 
and modifications have been made, supplemented by 
certain administrative changes made in the scheme. 

The scheme is now applicable to any country in 
the world, excepting British India, Ceylon, and 
the Straits Settlements, where there are large un- 
absorbed stocks and where it has been represented 
to the Department that banking facilities are adequate 
for the trade to be done, and excepting Russia. 

The latest date by which credits must be liquidated 
has been extended from September 8, 1925, to 
September 8, 1927. The Department, tiierefore, is 
in a position to consider a))plications in respect of 
contracts, such as engineering and constructional 
contracts, involving the jjrovision of credit over 
periods up to close upon six years. The date up 
to which new credits may be granted remains un- 
altered — September 8, 1922. 

A new system described in the regulations as 
" General Credits " has been introduced for the 
granting of credits, with a view especially to facili- 
tating the utilisation of the scheme by merchants 
doing business in British goods on short-term credits. 
Hitherto an exporter has had to submit to the 
Department each specific transaction in respect of 
which a credit is required, and in the case of several 
classes of business this procedure has been found 
cumbrous in practice. The Department is now j)re- 
pared to consider applications from exporters for 
general credits up to specified amounts in respect of 
specified countries and for specified periods. The 
application must be submitted through the exporter's 
bankers. 

The amount in respect of which the Department 
will be prepared to give guarantees will be decided 
in consultation with the Department's Advisory 
Committee set up under the original Act. The ex- 
porter will then be at liberty to enter into transactions 
abroad up to the amount fixed without further 
reference to the Department, and the Department 
will undertake to guarantee the bills drawn within 
the agreed period for the goods shipped. The bills 
thus carrying the Department's guarantee are re- 
garded in the discount market as first-class bills. 
The bills should have as short a duration as po8.sible, 
but renewals will, if necessary, be permitted pro- 
vided that the total duration of the credit shall in 
no case exceed twelve months in all. In the case 
of these general credits, the Department will not 
require that security should be put up by the im- 
porter, but in event of default will retain recourse 
again.st the exporter for oTi jier cent, of the ultimate 
loss. 

The Department will also maintain its existing 
practice in regard to a])plications for credits in res[>ect 
of specific transactions. These must also be sub- 
mitted through the exporter's bankers. In these 
cases the extent of recourse on the exporter will 



depend upon the extent to which security (if any) 
is put up by the importer. 

Hitherto the Department has only guaranteed 
up to a maximum of 85 per cent, of the total amount 
of the bill. The Department is now authorised to 
guarantee up to the full 100 per cent, in cases where 
the credit does not exceed twelve months in all ; 
but in cases where the credit exceeds twelve months 
the Department will continue its present practice 
of not guaranteeing more than 85 j)er cent, of the 
amount of the bill. In other words, the Department 
will guarantee the full 100 per cent, under the 
" General Credits " .system in all cases, and under 
the system of credits for specific transactions may 
guarantee up to 100 per cent, in those cases where 
the duration of the credit does not exceed twelve 
months in all. 

For the convenience of traders, the Department 
IS prepared to receive and give a decision on appli- 
cations in advance. Credits will be granted for 
sums however small, as well as for large amounts. 

A commission will be charged to meet administra- 
tive expenses and to form a j)ool to meet losses. 
The commission will vary according to the nature 
of the business and the countries concerned, but 
every efEort is made to secure that it shoidd be as 
small as possible. 

The Department wishes to make it clear that the 
scheme is designed to finance actual sales, and the 
Department is not empowered to finance the carrying 
of stocks either in the United Kingdom or abroad ; 
nor is it proposed to give credits in respect of goods 
to be shipped on consignment. 

This scheme marks a very decided improvement 
upon that formerly existing, and that business men 
appreciate the facilities now offered is evidenced by 
the fact that in approximately the first month of 
the new scheme applications were sanctioned for 
over £1,000,000, while since that time the rate of 
increase has shown steady acceleration. 

British Industries Fair. 

Of the other constructive activities of the Depart- 
ment, none, perhaps, is better known than the British 
Industries Fair. It is not proposed to enter into 
the history of these Fairs, as an outline appeared 
in last year's issue, but it should be pointed out that 
these Fairs were, until this year, held at London, 
Birmingham and Glasgow, that at Loudon being 
organised entirely by the Department and those at 
the other two centres by the municipalities of the 
respective cities under the auspices of the Depart- 
ment. This year, however, the Glasgow Fair is 
being discontinued, and additional space available 
at London and Birmingham has made it possible 
to find room at one or other of these centres for 
exhibits of all the great industries which formerly 
showed at Glasgow, with the exception of the textile 
industry which will not be included in the VJ2'1 
Fair. 

Each year, since its inception in 1915, the Fair has 
grown in extent and importance until it is beyond 
doubt the most important national — as distinct from 
international — trade fair in the world. At the same 
time, despite the difficulties of securing adequate 
housing, it has been found possible to effect a great 
improvement upon the conditions which usually 



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obtain at Continental fairs which are held in numerous 
separate buildings in various parts of the city. At 
the British Industries Fair, both in London and 
Birmingham, the policy of housing the Fair under 
one roof has been rigidly carried out. The grouping 
of trades has also been carefully considered and 
organised, with the result that, first, the various 
trades are themselves in separate but adjoining halls, 
and, secondly, exhibits of an allied character are all 
displayed on contiguous stands. This system has 
a number of very material advantages over the 
Continental plan of scattered buildings. One of 
these is the fact that the buyer is spared the fatigue 
and waste of time inevitable to wandering through 
section after section which has no interest for him, 
or from one part of the city to another. A further 
advantage is that once in that section in which he 
is interested, he can, with a minimum of fatigue 
and loss of time, inspect all the exhibits of that 
particular industry or group of industries. Further- 
more, there is every opportunity for his coming 
into contact with firms of whom he had never heard 
and of seeing products which he was imaware were 
produced in this country or produced of a quality 
so suitable to his requirements — a consideration 
which is, for obvious reasons, equally favourable 
to the exhibitor. 

Another distinctive feature of this Fair is that 
participation is restricted to either the actual manu- 
facturer of the goods shown, or the selling agent 
who takes the whole of the manufacturers' output. 
Thus the buyer is assured that when he has seen the 
exhibits on one stand he will find no identical articles 
shown on other stands and oSered at difEerent prices ; 
that the articles seen are the product only of the 
exhibitor in question, and that any similar articles 
displayed on other stands are of difEerent manu- 
facture. This does not, of course, mean the ex- 
clusion of the merchant from participation in any 
of the business which may result. On the contrary, 
many, if not the majority, of the exhibitors prefer 
to pass orders, particularly those for export, through 
merchant houses which have special facilities for 
dealing with business of that character. At the 
same time, it appears to be a distinct advantage 
that the buyer visiting the Fair comes into direct 
contact with the actual producer of the goods in 
which he is interested. 

A further point worthy of note is that this is 
purely a trade fair as distinct from an exhibition. 
Every effort is made by the Department to restrict 
admittance to trade buyers, and to eliminate the 
sight-seeing element, and while, for fairly evident 
reasons, it is impossible entirely to exclude sight- 
seers, it is not too much to claim that at no other 
fair is the number so rigidly cut down. 

A very pleasing feature, and one which has gone 
very far towards making the Fair the success it is, 
is the very close co-operation between the Depart- 
ment and the manufacturers and trade associations 
who participate. Not only do associations assist 
the Department in the formation of the trade sections 
of the Fair, but prominent business men, the names 
of many of whom are known practically throughout 
the business world, give of their time and knowledge 
in serving on committees which advise the Depart- 
ment in its efforts to bring as near perfection as 



possible the organisation of this admirable method 
of extending British export trade. 

The Fair is looked upon by the participating 
manufacturers as marking a distinct stage in the 
year's enterprise, and for this event new models 
and designs are carefully prepared and kept in hand 
until exhibited for the first time on their stands 
in the Fair. Owing to this fact, every year the 
exhibits present numerous and distinctive new 
features, and it is anticipated that in this respect, 
as in others, this year's Fair will transcend any 
preceding it. 

Undoubtedly, however, the most outstanding 
feature of the 1922 Fair will be the Chemical Section. 
This is an entirely new section of the Fair, and no 
efforts have been spared to make it thoroughly 
representative of all branches of the chemical and 
allied trades. So successful have these eiiorts been 
that this section will provide the largest and most 
comprehensive display ever shown of the products 
of the British chemical industry. The exhibits will 
include heavy chemicals, dyes and intermediates, 
fine chemicals and domestic chemical products of 
all lands manufactured in this country. The Associa- 
tion of British Chemical Manufacturers (who repre- 
sent a capital of over 100 millions) have largely 
interested themselves in this section, and more than 
fifty of their members will exhibit. These include 
some of the largest and best-known firms engaged 
in the chemical industry. In view of the fact that 
the manufacture of dyes and fine chemicals has been 
established in this country since the war, the bulk 
of these products having formerly been imported, 
it is of especial interest to note that the majority of 
United Kingdom manufacturers of these products 
will also be exhibiting at the Fair. 

Other sections new to the London Fair are the 
Foodstufis and Boot and Shoe Sections. These, if 
not so large as the Chemical Section, are, nevertheless, 
thoroughly representative, and, it is hoped, will in 
due course expand as the benefits to be derived from 
participation in the Fair are more fully realised. 

There can be no possible doubt that the Depart- 
ment, by organising the Fair, which is entirely self- 
supporting, has in the past, and still is doing a very 
valuable work in the furtherance and development 
of British overseas trade. Measured by actual 
orders taken, results would more than justify this 
activity, but who can measure the ultimate and 
cumulative value of business done through overseas 
connections first made at the Fair ? 

Exhibitions of Foreign Samples. 

While the British Industries Fair thus provides 
for the manufacturer an opportunity for displaying 
goods to buyers from all the markets of the world, 
it is equally important that British manufacturers 
should be given the opportunity for seeing samples 
of the goods which are actually competing with their 
products, and which overseas buyers will see at 
other fairs and offered in other markets. Unless 
the manufacturer can know from a first-hand in- 
spection just what goods he must compete against, 
the prices and terms of sale upon which they 
are oSered, etc., he is at a decided disadvantage in 
his efforts to compete overseas. 

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facilities that the Department has organised its 
Foreign Samples Exhibition. Through its overseas 
officers the Department collects from all over the 
world samples of goods which are known to be 
strongly competitive to similar goods of British 
manufacture. These samples, ticketed with their 
wholesale prices, discounts, terms of credit, and a 
quantity of other useful information, have their 
permanent exhibition space at the Department's 
showrooms, where they are open to inspection by 
British manufacturers, who are thus enabled to see 
the exact type and quality of goods that are in 
demand overseas, and, in addition, by virtue of the 
information accompanying the samples, are able to 
form a close idea of the nature and extent of the 
foreign competition to be met. 

Although London is the chief commercial centre, 
it is not considered sufficient that these samples should 
be available for inspection in London only, but, in 
order that makers of certain lines may have the 
opportunity for seeing them, they are grouped 
according to trades and allied trades, and are ex- 
hibited in the principal centres of the industries 
concerned. This is, in practically every case, done 
in close co-operation with the local Chamber of 
Commerce or Trade Association, who not only place 
exhibition space at the disposal of the Department, 
but assist materially in notifying manufacturers in 
the district and inviting them to visit the exhibition 
and inspect the samples. 

At these exhibitions inquiring manufacturers are 
also supplied with the names of possible overseas 
importers, so that having been placed in possession 
of the names of potential customers and the know- 
ledge of the price they have been paying for the goods, 
together with a good idea of the probable extent of 
demand, the intending exporter has sufficient data 
to enable him to gauge his ability successfully to 
compete. 

So satisfactory have these exhibitions proved, and 
so considerable have been the results, that during 
1921 twenty-nine exhibitions of this character were 
held, practically every important industrial centre 
being covered, and the samples inspected by 5,420 
firms, while for next year it has already been definitely 
settled that exhibitions are to be held at Leicester 
and Nottingham, and other arrangements are 
pending. 

As the aim of these exhibitions is to achieve 
maximum results, the Department goes still further 
in its endeavour to increase their value, and not 
only does it exhibit the goods in the chief centres 
interested, but in order that samples may, where 
desired, be subjected to closer inspection than that 
possible in an exhibition, firms desiring to submit 
them to expert inspection are willingly lent the 
samples desired. That this privilege is highly 
appreciated is evidenced by the fact that during the 
year over 4,700 samples have been lent for such 
purposes, while, in addition, the Department has 
been notified in some cases that as a result, excellent 
orders have been secured from abroad. 

It is admittedly highly desirable that not only 
should the manufacturer, but also his workpeople, 
be in a position to judge of the competition to be met. 
With this desideratum in view, the Department 
extends invitations to recognised bodies of em- 



ployees, shop stewards, etc., and in many cases this 
has been the means of bringing home to them by 
their own observations — and for the first time — 
the reality and severity of the foreign competition 
with which their employers must contend. It ia 
beyond doubt that to many operatives talk of com- 
petition has been, and still is, held to be " capitalist 
fiction " with a view to enforcing lower wages ; but 
it can definitely be asserted that at a number of 
these exhibitions visiting employees have admitted 
that, faced with actual samples marked with overseas 
buyers' prices and presented by an impartial Govern- 
ment Department, they were compelled to recognise 
the facts and the validity of employers' claims. 

In addition to the collection and display of samples, 
foreign trade catalogues are also available for in- 
spection and loan. The number of foreign trade 
catalogues now in the library exceeds 18,000, and 
they cover practically every side of production. 
During the year over 8,000 of these catalogues have 
been borrowed by 790 firms. 

The above figures concerning samples and cata- 
logues give some indication of the value which 
manufacturers place upon these services, but it is 
interesting to note, as a further indication, that 
numerous requests have been made from individual 
firms and from Trade Associations for the Depart- 
ment to obtain specific ranges of samples ; that 
many of these have been collected, and that, as far 
as the exigencies of the public finances will allow, 
every effort is made to comply with such requests. 

Before leaving the subject of fairs and exhibitions 
mention should be made of two further instances in 
which the Government, through this Department, 
are endeavouring to assist. The first of these is 
the forthcoming British Empire Exhibition to be 
held at Wembley. It is common knowledge that the 
Government have guaranteed a large sum for this 
purpose, without which it is doubtfiil whether the 
project could have materialised without considerable 
delay. Further, this Department is in closest touch 
with the organising body, and is lending whatever 
assistance, largely of an advisory character, may 
be found possible, and is, at the same time, guarding 
the public purse by seeing that the conditions under 
which the guarantee was made are fulfilled. 

Lastly, there is the International Exhibition which 
is being organised by the Brazilian Government in 
connection with the Centenary of Brazilian Inde- 
pendence, and which is to be held at Rio de Janeiro 
in the autumn of 1922. The Government is taking 
a close interest in this project as a possible oppor- 
tunity for British exporters to increase old, or open 
new, trade with Brazil, and is bearing half the cost 
of the erection of a British pavilion, the plans for 
which have already been approved. The balance for 
the cost is being raised by a committee formed by 
Anglo-Brazilian conamercial interests — the com- 
mittee being under the chairmanship of Mr. Lionel 
de Rothschild, M.P. — and this Department and the 
committee are working in closest collaboration in 
an effort to make this project such a success that 
British trade with Brazil will benefit very materially. 

Co-operation. 

For the success of the various activities of the 
Department, and that its services should be of the 



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greatest possible value, to traders, it is essential that 
the Department should co-operate closely with the 
commercial community. Great attention has, there- 
fore, been given by the Department to this question, 
and it marks a considerable stride forward in its 
progress that during the past year an already high 
degree of co-operation with Chambers of Commerce, 
Trade Associations and other representative bodies, 
has become even closer and more cordial than 
formerly. 

Mention has already been made of the manner in 
which these bodies co-operate with the D.O.T. in 
connection with exhibitions of foreign samples, but 
equally important is the close touch maintained 
between the Department's Officers and Overseas 
Representatives, and the commercial community. It 
is obvious that in order to render efficient service to 
British trade overseas, officers must be kept mi fait 
with home conditions and developments. This is, in 
a measure, accomplished by the Department itself by 
keeping these officers constantly advised, chiefly 
through the medium of a monthly bulletin which it 
issues to them, of trade conditions at home. Never- 
theless, however extensively this be done, it is 
inevitable that, were this the sole method employed, 
the officers would lose that intimate knowledge which 
is such a great asset to one engaged upon work such 
as theiis. Through the cordial relations existing 
with the commercial community it is, however, 
possible to do more than this. Overseas officers 
home on duty or on leave are, by the courtesy of 
Chambers of Commerce, Trade Associations and 
individual firms, enabled to renew personal contact 
with industry and trade by tours, embracing in their 
itinerary the principal industrial centres, during 
which Chambers and Associations place office room 
at the disposal of the officer, arrange meetings with 
the prominent business men of the district, and in 
other ways increase the potentialities of the tour. 
During these tours the officer is not only able to 
renew touch with industry and trade, but also to give 
to business men first-hand information concerning 
the conditions obtaining in the country in which he 
is stationed. 

It is equally essential that those members of the 
Headquarters StafT who deal with industries and 
trades should be enabled from time to time to take a 
" refresher " course in the centres of the industry or 
industries in which they are chieHy interested. To 
these officers are extended the same facilities and 
courtesies as to their overseas colleagues. Through 
thus keeping in close touch the officers are constantly 
aware of the manner in which they can best render 
assistance to traders, and of the information which is 
roost desired and of greatest value, and are in a 
position to bring to the attention of the overseas 
officers those points upon which the trade desires 
information. 

With regard to this latter, it may be stated that 
the methods by which the activities of overseas 
officers in collecting trade information are directed 
from Headquarters have recently been receiving 
close attention wth a view towards materially 
improving the quantity and quality of information 
received. The proposals under consideration entail 
still closer co-operation wth manufacturers and 
merchants. 



A further outstanding feature of the relations 
between the Department and the commercial com- 
munity is the fact that a body of influential 
business men of highest standing act as an Advisory 
Committee to the Department and bring their know- 
ledge and foresight to bear upon its activities, with 
the result that it is able to direct its efforts along 
those lines which biisiness men themselves consider 
most likely to produce useful results. 

Conclusion. 

That this Department is seen to be doing work 
of the utmost value to British trade, and that its 
organisation is highly efficient, is made very evident 
by the interest taken in it by the Governments of 
other countries. Our two chief competitors in the 
commercial world, Germany and the United States, 
have both closely studied the organisation of the 
Department of Overseas Trade and have, to a greater 
or lesser degree, remodelled their corresponding 
Departments upon the lines of the British Depart- 
ment. 

How closely America has followed in our foot- 
steps is shown by the fact that they have reorganised 
the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce on 
a " commodity basis," and that divisions, corre- 
sponding very closely with those of the Dejjartment's 
Trades Section, have been established under the 
direction of trade experts — again, as in our Depart- 
ment. The men in charge of these divisions are 
chosen from the respective industries, similarly to 
the officers of the Trades Section of the Department, 
and the functions of these divisions are practically 
identical, e.g. maintaining close communication with 
trade associations ; keeping in touch with the 
character of service, information and investigation 
needed in the various industries ; editing and pre- 
paring incoming information in such manner as to 
be of most practical service, etc. In short, the simi- 
larity could scarcely be carried further. It should 
also be of great interest to British traders to know 
that not only has the American Bureau been re- 
organised, but that Congress has granted an addi- 
tional appropriation of $250,000 to the Bureau — 
developments which certainly do not promise any 
slackening of competition from that country. 

The foregoing bears very striking and weighty 
evidence as to the efficiency of the Department of 
Overseas Trade and the view which our competitors 
take of its activities. In these circumstances it is 
not too much to claim that the Department can 
and does render assistance of the greatest value to 
British trade, and that traders having recourse to 
the facilities which it has to offer will gain a material 
advantage in their position with regard to their 
ability successfully to compete in overseas markets. 

Traders, both merchants and manufacturers, are' 
therefore, strongly urged to make every possible use 
of this Dejiartment, whose services are almost wliolly 
gratuitous and are entirely devoid of any attempts 
to regulate, control, or interfere with the manner 
in which traders wish to do business. They are 
designed solely to assist, and no enterprising ex- 
porter can afford to neglect the opportunity for still 
further strengthening his position. 



m 

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THINGS THAT MAITER IN ADVERTISING. 



ONTARIO 



Charles II, by the Grace of God King of England, 
having lost his pet dog soon after his recall to the 
throne advertLsed his loss in the columns of the 
Mercurius Publicus, the newspaper of his day. The 
action was a signal instance of that shrewd common- 
sense, flashes of which would ever and anon illuminate 
with startling contrast Charles's weaknesses and 
follies, to the amazement of his courtiers. The King 
having set the fashion of calling publicity to his aid, 
the rest followed, since what a King may choose to do 
is obviously worth his courtiers' attention. Possibly 
this was the beginning of modern advertising, in 
which case the seed sown by the caustic Charles has, 
in the space of nearly three centuries, grown into a 
goodly tree. The practice of advertising has spread 
to every class of people, and has developed to an 
extent undreamed of by its royal patron. 

Is there anything in the world to-day that is 
not advertised ? The question seems, on the spur 
of the moment, difiicult to answer with assurance, 
80 enormous has been the development of advertising 
during the last thirty years. It has come to include 
within the scope of its activities not only every 
article known to commerce, but every sphere and 
phase of life — national, political, commercial, social, 
even religious. One can scarcely think of any thing 
or any function in life that cannot be classified under 
some form of publicity, or of any individual who 
cannot, at some time or another, make profitable 
use of it. The merchant, manufacturer, and trader 
(persons to whom the advantages of publicity are 
obvious at a glance), have for generations availed 
themselves of its aid ; but in recent times a sense of 
the vital importance of advertising has permeated 
almost every class of society. It is, in fact, scarcely 
possible to conceive of any normal person refusing 
to make use of advertising as a means of increasing 
the volume of his business, or of putting his wares 
before the public. As one of the largest advertisers 
in the world — and incidentally one ot its most 
successful business men — Mr. John Wanamaker, 
aptly e.xpressed it, " To neglect advertising is like 
resolving never to travel by steam, or communicate 
by telegraph." Imagine the state of stagnation that 
would ensue should even a section of people revert 
to such archaic conditions ! Whether we applaud 
or, privately, deplore the fact, publicity has become 
a power in the land, and it would be as useless to 
attempt to stay its progress or to limit its influence 
as was the command of Canute to arrest the waves 
of the encroaching sea. Yet we may do something 
to prevent the abuse of its mighty power. 



With the recognition of advertising as an important 
factor of our national life, there has arisen among 
some of its exponents a disposition to claim for their 
calling a title more expressive of its possibilities than 
that contained in the word " Advertising " — a word 
which, to a certain type of mind, suggests only the 
" Small Wants " columns of the newspaper. The 
proposal of Mr. Wareham Smith, one of the fore- 
most experts in the profession, that it should in 
future be accorded the designation of Commercial 
Publicity has something to recommend it ; the 
epithet conveys a sense of a wider scope and a higher 
standard than is evoked by the mere word " adver- 
tising," and might, perhaps, be adopted to define its 
wider activities, since " Commerce is the breath of 
life, and Publicity is the breath of Commerce." It 
would, perhaps, be Inore strictly accurate to say 
that Commerce is the motive power of the world, 
and Publicity its not unworthy ambassador, but the 
epigram holds sufficient truth to be acceptable. By 
whatever name it may elect to be known in the future 
it is certain that the profession of advertising has 
eSectually rid itself of the stigma that once marked 
it as a dubious calling. With the evolution of a new 
standard of ethics a new type of man has entered 
its ranks, and salesmanship is no longer looked upon 
as a career which a man of education and probity 
should hesitate to adopt. 

The close connection which exists between com- 
merce and advertising is daily becoming more fully 
recognised. The paramount necessity of securing 
foreign markets for our goods has given a considerable 
imj)etus to a branch of advertising, which is in 
reality a form of propaganda to spread a knowledge 
of the excellence of British goods. It is unreason- 
able to expect the foreigner to discover for himself 
the merits of British productions ; a well thought-out 
and organised campaign on their behalf is essential 
to make him sufficiently acquainted with the advan- 
tages of using them to induce him to purchase them. 
It is, of course, a truism so trite as to become a 
platitude that not the best advertising in the world 
will be successful in effecting more than a fugitive 
sale for a bad or indifferent article ; but good adver- 
tising can provide that opportunity of testing the 
goods which the manufacturer needs. One may 
appositely here recall the remarks or Lord Burnham, 
that " Advertising is now recognised as essential, 
not only to the maintenance of our manufactures 
as well as of our trade, but also for their extension. 
Some years ago ... I heard the leader of the Labour 
Party denounce advertising as being in its nature 



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fraudulent, and say that it ought to be made penal. 
Nobody would say such things in these days. 
Advertising has become a science of its own which 
contributes materially to the resources of the country 
abroad as well as at home. We now see not only 
manufacturers and wholesalers, but Governments 
themselves, as well as political parties, competing 
in the field of propaganda." 

In view of such an expression of opinion by so 
eminent a man as Lord Burnham, it may be fairly 
assumed that the spirit of the days when the news- 
papers suffered advertisements as an unavoidable 
evil has entirely disappeared. The better under- 
standing that has of late years prevailed between 
the literary and publicity sides of the Press is one 
of the most pleasing features of modern journalism. 

While from the ethical point of view one can 
record a steadily increasing tendency to a higher 
standard of achievement, on the material side 
Dame Fortune has throughout the year shown herself 
singularly capricious in her favours. The year 
opened with much promise. The slump in trade 
which, it was hoped, was only temporary, at first 
had the effect of making people realise the importance 
of advertising. There was a remarkable volume of 
advertising in connection with the winter sales. 
The Press campaign was almost unprecedented, the 
Daily Mail oSering prizes to the person who secured 
the " best bargain " during the sale period. As a 
measure of relief for the prevalent unemployment 
Messrs. Berger instituted a " Paint-now " campaign, 
which commenced in the Sunday Times of January 
9th, and was extended to all the leading newspapers 
and periodicals in the country. There was much 
activity in all departments of advertising, but the 
boom was short-lived ; the roseate promise of the 
opening months was clouded over by the grave 
anxieties occasioned by the Miners' Strike. 

Those days of suspense during which the nation 
waited for the decision of the Triple Alliance, a 
number of whose members sought to force a National 
strike upon the country, had a most baneful eSect 
upon trade. Yet, even in this dark hour, advertising 
had its uses in the National cause ; it was employed 
to raise a volunteer Defence Force for service should 
the emergency make it necessary. In view of the 
uncertainty as to the future no one was inclined to 
embark upon any schemes for the extension of 
business, or to do more than carry on ; indeed, in 
many cases even this was impossible, owing to the 
shortage of coal. Being unable to obtain the neces- 
sary fuel, numbers of firms were compelled to close 
down and the utmost gloom prevailed throughout 
the country. The more responsible section of the 
industrial community viewed with grave misgiving 
the ill-advised action of the miners, and the attempts 
of others to precipitate a general strike in support 
of it. The prospect of a National Strike was not 
attractive save to a few hot-heads ; it may be taken 
that the great body of labour outside the coal industry 
was opposed to the course advocated by the fire- 
eaters of the Triple Alliance. The rest of the com- 
munity plainly showed themselves unsympathetic 
to those who sought to wreck the country to gain 
their own ends ; the Coal Strike was, in fact, a 
disastrous mistake, and bid fair to plunge the country 
into financial ruin. Although the danger was happily 



averted, and the threat to hold up the country by 
a general strike did not materialise, the slump in 
trade that followed the declaration of the strike had 
a paralysing effect on every kind of business. The 
cost to the nation crippled enterprise ; limited output 
(due to shortage of fuel and high cost of material), 
minimised the necessity for publicity ; the adver- 
tising business suffered with the rest, and for the 
remainder of the year things as a whole were very 
quiet. 

As a consequence of the foregoing events the record 
of the past twelve months is less marked by incident 
than the preceding period. Severe depression in 
trade, short time, an ever-growing volume of un- 
employment — all direct outcomes of the strike — 
precluded any possibility of the brilliant season 
which had been anticipated. The Courts were 
abandoned, and with the Court in eclipse, as it were, 
no large number of fashionable functions were to be 
expected. The Nation took its tone from Their 
Majesties, who, in a time of great anxiety and 
distress, as usual set an admirable example in the 
avoidance of ostentation that, at such a time, might 
have been provocative. In the autumn matters 
revived somewhat, but although the large stores 
and the luxury trades made lavish use of newspaper 
publicity the general volume of advertising was 
perceptibly diminished. 

It may here be noted in connection with the strike 
that, as in the case of other recent industrial disputes, 
both parties made use of newspaper advertisement 
in order to set their case before the public. Had 
this step been taken earlier in the dispute it might 
possibly have resulted in a more speedy settlement. 
During the progress of the strike all the activities 
of the advertising profession were called into play. 
The country was posted with thousands of placards, 
and eventually the citizens grasped the essential 
points at issue. 

The two events of outstanding importance during 
the year have been : the movement in favour of 
the declaration of audited net sales by all newspapers 
and periodicals carrying advertisements ; and the 
agreement made between the principal advertising 
agents and an important section of the Press in 
regard to commission. In a review such as this 
it is neither useful nor opportune to deal with these 
matters from the polemical standpoint; in both 
cases there has been a good deal of acrimony, and 
wounds that are still sore are not made more suscep- 
tible to the healing influence of time by constant 
handling. The views of the publishers of this 
Directory are known to aU the world, and no serious 
person has called in question the motives that have 
impelled them to take such part as they have ; their 
object has been the advancement of the true interests 
of advertising, and their activity is attributable to 
their conception of the duty of a leading firm to 
play its part in any matter affecting the industry as 
a whole, regardless of all other considerations. The 
present writer is therefore concerned merely to set 
out as fairly as possible the chief points at issue. 

The Association of British Advertising Agents 
based their decision to organise a Net Sale Audit 
Bureau onjthe grounds that newspapers and period- 
icals had everything to gain from giving figures ; 
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increased in quantity when the fog of uncertainty 
was lifted. It is argued that any definite facts which 
assist the advertiser or his agent to place advertising 
in quarters where it is most likely to be profitable 
— whether such information relates to sales, geograph- 
ical distribution, or what not — must lead to increased 
advertising. They therefore propose that all news- 
papers and periodicals supply such information to 
the Audit Bureau, where it can be used for the 
information of advertisers and others interested 
who desire to have it. 

The objection to the system is based on practical, 
rather than logical, grounds. It is feared that in 
some cases unscrupulous papers wiU advance their 
fictitious figures against the strictly audited figures 
of a rival, and trust to the ignorance or credulity of 
buyers of space to accept their unsupported state- 
ments against the audited statements of the other. 
It is also feared that the system may lead to the 
.virtual establishment of a Standard Rate of price 
per inch per thousand, by which media with large 
circulation among the poorest will be at enormous 
advantage against media with restricted sales among 
buyers of great potential value. 

The Association of British Advertising Agents has 
definitely stated that support of a Standard Rate 
forms no part of their policy, and the number of 
papers that have supplied the required information 
to the Net Sale Audit Bureau is steadily growing. 

The object of the Publishers- Agency Agreement 
is to ensure that the commission allowed to agents 
is retained in toto by agents and not shared by the 
advertiser. It is claimed that the commission is 
paid to enable agents (1) to render service that will 
make the advertising more profitable, (2) to under- 
take pioneer work for the extension of advertising. 
Any system which permits an agent to share the 
commission given by publishers with the advertiser 
is held to encourage competition between agents 
on price rather than on quality of service, and to 
enable agents to underquote the newspaper's own 
representative. 

Against this it is argued by agents who have not 
signed the agreement that the commission belongs 
to the agent to use in whatever way he may think 
fit ; that the agents who are party to the arrange- 
ment are forming a " ring," and that the newspapers 
who are party are endeavouring to get an unfair 
advantage. The situation has been complicated by 
the action of a number of advertisers who complained 
that they had not been consulted, and took the view 
that they were being coerced and prevented from 
exercising a free choice in the selection of their agent 
by a clause which recognised the existence of con- 
tracts between advertisers and agents made on the 
basis of " split commission," excluded these from 
the operation of the agreement, but laid down that 
when such contracts came to an end a new agree- 
ment with a fresh agent must be in terms providing 
for the full commission being paid. This point was 
quickly settled by an amendment of the agreement 
providing that present advertisers having special 
terms with agents would be permitted to enter into 
similar contracts with other agents if they so desired. 

There are many other points in the controversy, 
but the above are the principal issues involved. At 
the time of writing all the leading agents and a 



steadily increasing number of others have signed 
the agreement, while the publishers concerned at 
present are The Times, Sir E. Hulton's publications, 
and the Associated Press. 

The Advertisements Bill, proposing to give power 
to local authorities to censor the public display of 
such advertisements as it might deem unsightly or 
objectionable, after passing through the House of 
Commons was rejected by the Lords on the Second 
Reading, chiefly on the representations of the Lord 
Chancellor, and the Lords Southwark and Riddell. 

The growth in favour of the poster as an adver- 
tising medium has been very noticeable. Those 
crude pictorial eSorts of other days have given place 
to charming and decorative examples of an art 
which not only fulfils to admiration its prime inten- 
tion, but enlivens our often dull thoroughfares and 
traffic lines by its colour and joyousness. Particu- 
larly attractive are the series of posters put out by 
the " Underground " and L.G.O., Company, while 
those pertaining to Messrs. Derry & Toms provide 
a note of gorgeous colour. Mr. Gregory Brown, the 
artist of the " Underground," held an exhibition of 
poster designs in the Burlington Galleries in Septem- 
ber, which attracted much interest. Mr. Brown is 
an artist of bold and original methods, and a strong 
colourist, whose posters are posters, and not merely 
pictures — though personally one would prefer to see 
his " cubistic " tendencies more strictly curbed. 
The arresting poster of a mediseval ship put out by 
the R.M.S.P. is eminently attractive in its bold 
and simple lines, and unusual colouring. In the 
Poster Competition held last year by the Royal 
College of Art the Underground purchased four of 
the winning designs, which are now seen upon the 
hoardings, and have agreed to purchase the winning 
designs in this year's examination. The Crossly 
poster, done by Mr. Balliol Salmon, was another 
admirable piece of work, and the " Palmolive " 
girl was a charming addition to the beauties of the 
hoardings. The " Safety First " Council have also 
a new poster in furtherance of their campaign : their 
valuable work in diminishing the number of accidents 
in the metropolitan area received an enthusiastic 
tribute from the Duke of York on the occasion of 
the Annual Meeting. The number of street accidents 
diminished in a remarkable degree during the first 
three years of the Council's work. While on the 
subject of Art it may be mentioned in passing that 
Mr. Charles Crombie, the well-known artist, won 
the £60 prize offered by the De Reszke Cigarettes 
for a design creating a type illustrating the phrase 
the " Aristocrat of Cigarettes." The Placard, Messrs. 
Sheldons' quarterly publication devoted to the 
cause of the poster, which had been suspended since 
1916, made a welcome reappearance in June of this 
year. It contained some beautiful examples of the 
poster art. 

The ever-rising tide of publicity development and 
its extension in numberless fresh directions has led 
naturally to experiments in new media. Among these 
the use of the Cinema for advertising purposes has 
made a considerable advance. The attraction of 
a medium which provides an estimated audience of 
some 15,000,000 persons per week is irresistible, but 
opinion is somewhat divided as to the propriety of 
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urged, with every appearance of justice, that it is 
unfair to the public who have paid for their seats to 
include advertising matter as part ot the programme. 
Particularly has the showing of story films which are 
in reality disguised advertisements been deprecated, 
both from the point of view of honesty to the pur- 
chaser of the seat, and also as bad business from the 
advertiser's standpoint. At a debate on the subject 
held at the Publicity Club, one member said that he 
had watched the faces of the audience as the story 
shown by such a film was unfolded, and their dis- 
appointment at the end, when they realised the truth, 
was palpable. If this gentleman's observation holds 
true generally, and more evidence would be necessary 
before a definite statement could be made, it is clear 
that to evoke an interest which only results in dis- 
appointment is merely to arouse a sense of injury 
and resentment in the mind of the spectator, and 
can but prejudice the cause it professes to advocate. 
On the other hand, the value of the medium is 
undeniable, and if pleasingly done, with no attempt 
at disguise, and kept extremely short, should not 
ofiend. Indeed, there are many subjects of adver- 
tisement that, properly handled, could be made 
both entertaining and instructive, and such films 
might quite as legitimately be included in the show 
as are the advertisements which appear on three- 
fourths of the space in the ordinary theatre pro- 
gramme. A company has lately been formed 
which has these objects in mind, and has arranged 
with the Provincial Cinematograph Theatres, Ltd., 
to show films made in the Screen-Ad. Studios. The 
progress of the venture will be watched with interest. 
The Baron Hartley Trade films, in which use is 
largely made of dolls, models, and other inanimate 
objects, and which only occupy four minutes in 
showing, have been successfully used by a number 
of large firms, as well as by the Ministry of Food. 
As a publicity medium the film has also found favour 
abroad, and our trade rivals, the Americans and 
Germans, are making active use of the film for trade 
propaganda in the pushing of their goods. 

Another new idea is the use of high-power lamps as 
an illuminant for posters after dark. The British 
Thomson-Houston Co. had, in connection with the 
Efficiency Exhibition held at Olympia in February, 
a large poster advertising Mazda lamps on the 
hoarding opposite the main entrance. This poster 
was, after dark, lighted up by B.T.H. Flood-light 
Projectors from the other side of the road. The 
result was a brilliant illumination, in which the 
posters could be seen and read as easily as in full 
daylight. The experiment was highly interesting, 
and will no doubt be taken into consideration by 
other firms whose posters lose much of their effective- 
ness after dark. 

" Peregrinating Publicity " is the apt, if fanciful, 
title bestowed by an enthusiast on Commercial 
Motor advertising. Some excellent work has been 
done in this line, notably " Black Cat " cigarettes 
(which made an artistic piece of publicity), Heinz' 
52 varieties, and the Onoto pen. A form of publicity 
which is displayed so conspicuously in our thorough- 
fares is bound to command attention, and if discreetly 
done should succeed in its aim of selling the goods 
thus advertised. There is, however, the danger 
that, by the use of garish colour and bad design, the 



medium may become an eye-sore instead of an 
attraction, and thus defeat its own ends. 

Some amusing effects have been obtained by the 
use of an optical projector, which has the advantage 
of being visible in diffused daylight and can be used 
without a screen. The lantern is placed in the shop 
window and the advertisement is projected from it 
on to the pavement in front of the window. This 
novel method of drawing attention to the advertiser's 
wares aroused much interest. 

The device of offering some form of free Insurance 
as an inducement to buy certain wares, which was 
originally made popular by newspapers and railway 
guides, has been adopted by the proprietors of 
" 0x0." The wrapping of each bottle of Oxo 
contains a coupon entitling the purchaser to partici- 
pate in the firm's Life Insurance scheme. The lead 
will possibly be followed by other advertisers of 
proprietary articles, but at present Oxo is, so far 
as the present writer is aware, the only example of 
the kind. 

A remarkable piece of advertising was that put out 
by Messrs. J. Lyons & Co., in celebration of the 
25th Anniversary of the Trocadero. The advertise- 
ment, which is stated to be the largest single insertion 
advertisement ever placed with any newspaper or 
magazine in the world, covered four pages of the 
Daily Mail issue of October 5th. 

To the earnest student of the psychology of 
advertising the result of the competition arranged 
by the Daily Erpress must have afforded much 
material for reflection. The competitors were re- 
quired to give their opinions of the respective merits 
of certain selected advertisements ; many thousands 
entered, but only a comparatively small proportion 
were able to give conclusive or coherent reasons for 
their preference. This fact forms a curious com- 
mentary on the insistence by some advertising 
experts on the value of " reason-why " copy. From 
a perusal of the answers sent in it would seem that 
the " copy " which has the most universal appeal 
is not that in which the common-sense reason for 
purchasing is more immediately evident, but that 
which directly influences some sentiment or emotion 
only half understood or recognised. Is the moral 
to be deduced that the public, by long and persistent 
nursing on the part of the advertising expert, has now 
been educated beyond the point at which the appeal 
of the obvious is of primary value 1 

Coming fresh from a perusal of Mr. Lytton 
Strachey's book on Queen Victoria to the writing of 
this article one cannot but be impressed by the 
profound difference between that massively serious 
age and our own. In nothing is the change more 
apparent than in the matter of advertisement. The 
l)ractice was then strictly confined to commercial 
use ; it was even considered rather a bold thing for 
refined people to " put an advertisement in the 
papers." Now there is scarcely any form of activity 
that does not avail itself of publicity in some shape 
or other to call attention to its wants, its wares, its 
grievances or its triumphs. What, for instance,' 
would have been the shock to the public taste fifty 
years ago had the Church, or any religious body, 
dared to enter into competition with other forms of 
intellectual diversions, and by means of a double- 
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or(;anisation ! Yet this may be seen to-day on a 
railway station ; and many may ask : " Why not, 
since the Divine command was to compel them to 
come in ? " In America Church advertising has 
reached a considerable volume, and though certain 
|)hases of it would not apjjeal to our more retiring 
attitude of mind it is difficult to propound a valid 
reason why the Church should not, with due discretion, 
remind the public that, in the midst of its occupation 
j- with the cares of the body, it should not be unmindful 
of the greater things of the soul. 

The steady growth of the volume of municipal and 
Government advertising continues to be a feature 
of public life that sufficiently indicates the tjcnd of 
modern ide. s. The Health Resorts Bill, giving seaside 
and other places the means of advertising local 
attractions, was a step in the right direction of 
progress, and one of which many towns and villages 
had availed themselves with success. Next year 
will probably see an extension of their activities, as 
the Bill was passed rather too late in the year to give 
a chance for a serious effort. Other matters of 
interest were the camj)aign of the Fish Trades 
Association to advertise the virtues of fish as a food, 
and that put out by " Radiation Ltd." with the 
object of popularising the use of gas stoves. The 
point of note about the latter was the fact that a 
number of firms united in the enterprise, and the 
tendency towards co-operation for mutual objects 
is in the right direction. 

Prejudice dies hard. The etiquette which forbids 
doctors, barristers, stockbrokers, and other jiro- 
fessional men to advertise had its counterpart in the 
action of the authorities of the Chartered Institute 
of Patent Agents, which sought to restrain members 
and non-members from advertising on the ground 
that it is undignified. A sharp divergence of opinion 
was manifested on the subject of the action, and a 
post-card vote was taken in order to ascertain the 
feeling of the members. As a result an association 
was formed " to oppose any attempt to suppress 
advertising by Patent Agents," it being considered 
that it was entirely a matter for the decision of the 
individual agent. 

Although there was no Exhibition restricted to 
Advertising held this year, advertisers made an 
excellent show at the Etliciency Exhibition at 
01ym])ia, and at the Printing Exhibition some 
beautiful posters and other specimens of advertise- 
ment work were displayed. No newspaper man or 
publicity expert should fail to take advantage of such 
opportunities to become acquainted with the progress 
of the printing trade. It is wonderful. 

Among interesting events of the year were the 
centenary of the Mavchester Guardian, in celebration 
of which a special number was issued, and the 
Editor, Mr. C. P. Scott, was entertained to dinner 
by a distinguished company. The Queen also 
celebrated its Diamond Jubilee by the issue of a 
special number of much attraction, and the Sphere 
signalised its coming of age in like manner. The 
Motor Show was productive of several highly success- 
ful special numbers. 

The most striking social function of the year was 
the banquet given by the Daily Mail, at Olympia, 
to celebrate the twenty-fifth birthday of the paper. 
About 7,000 persons were present as the guests of 



the Associated Newspapers, Ltd. The company 
included the staffs engaged in London, Manchester 
and Paris, on tlie various editions of the Daily Mail, 
the Evening News, and Weeliy Dispatch, and many 
friends, including Lord Riddell, Lord Dewar, members 
of the staff of The Times, and many leading men in 
the publicity world. Lord and Lady Northcliffe, and 
Mrs. Harmsworth (Lord Northcliffe's mother) received 
a wonderful personal tribute from the whole assembly. 
Other notable events of the year were the Fleet 
Street Club's annual Fancy Dress Dance on February 
I4th : the annual Ladies' Dinner of the Aldwych 
Club Lodge of Freemasons on February 12th ; the 
Publicity Club's Annual Dinner at the Hotel Cecil on 
March 12th. The Association of Advertisement 
Managers held their Annual Dinner at the Holborn 
Restaurant on January 31st. The Festival Banquet 
in aid of the funds of the National Advertising 
Society was held at the Hotel Cecil on March 14th. 
Lord Hambledon presided over a very large company, 
and the sum of £4,535 Is. 6d. was raised during the 
evening. The Annual Meeting of the Society was 
held in April, with Mr. J. Strong in the chair. On 
April 24th the Incorporated Society of British 
Advertisers, re-constituted from the old Advertisers' 
Protection Society, held a meeting at the Hotel Cecil 
on April 28th, followed by a banquet in the evening. 
Mr. Samson Clark gave a luncheon at the Trocadero 
on May 26th to celebrate the twenty-fifth birthday of 
the firm. A complimentary dinner to Mr. Ernest 
Bowden, the Manager, and the .staff of the Daily 
Express, was given by Lord Beaverbrook on July 8th, 
at the Holborn Restaurant. On the same day 
Mr. Arthur W. Faulkner was entertained to dinner 
at the Savoy Hotel on the occasion of his retirement 
from the Daily Mail after seventeen years' service. 
In the course of his speech of thanks Mr. Faulkner 
recalled the fact that he had had the good fortune 
to secure the largest order for advertising from an 
individual firm that had ever been known. The 
festivities of the year closed with a highly successful 
banquet to Mr. Wareham Smith, of the Daily Mail, 
on the occasion of his retirement from the Advertise- 
ment Directorship of the Associated Newspapers, 
with which he had been associated from the beginning. 
A remarkable gathering included not only newspaper 
men representing all branches — editorial, advertising, 
printing and publishing — but the Lord Mayor and 
SherifTs, Cabinet Ministers, Peers, and Members of 
Parliament. The chair was taken by Lord Dewar. 
Mr. Wareham Smith had, a few days previously, been 
entertained to lunch by the Directors and his 
colleagues of the Daily Mail, the Evening News, and 
the Weekly Dispatch. 

In another and graver spirit the members of all 
ranks of the Advertising community assembled at 
St. Bride's Church, Fleet Street, for the Memorial 
Service for those of the profession who had fallen 
in the war. The Ven. the Archdeacon of London 
officiated at the service, and the Memorial was 
unveiled by Lord Riddell. A very large congregation 
took part in the impressive ceremony. 

Some notable addresses were delivered at the 
Aldwych Club during the year, covering so diverse 
a field of interest as to include Mr. Harold Cox, the 
eminent economist, on " The Economics of Unemploy- 
ment," find the R^v. J. Rpscoe, on " Through 



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THE NEWSPAPEE PRESS DIRECTOEY. 



Uganda on a Bicycle." At the Publicity Club an 
amusing lecture was given by Mr. Ninian Stewart, 
on March 2l8t, on " Can Advertising be Honest 1 " 
The lecturer's frank assertions that " ad. men are 
liars," and that " advertising meant the selling of 
goods that the owner did not want and the public 
wanted less," were received with great hilarity. 
The audience good-humouredly refused to take 
Mr. Stewart seriously. Another interesting event 
was the Ladies' night at the same Club, when Lady 
Tree, " Marguerite " (The Illustrated Pioneer Mail, 
of India), Miss Gladys Pete, Madame Sherwin, and 
others, gave their views on publicity. The Club was 
also the scene of a lively debate on Authors' night, 
when such well-known writers as Barry Pain, Gilbert 
Frankau, Alec Waugh, and Hamilton Fyfe expressed 
themselves freely on the subject of advertising in con- 
nection with the profession of letters. Several authors, 
commenting on the shortcomings of publishers with 
regard to advertising, appeared to be of Byron's 
opinion as to the real profession of Barabbas ! 

The Aldwych Club Golfing Circle met on Septem- 
ber 7th at Sandy Hook, when Viscount Astor's Cup 
was won by Mr. 0. Patterson. At the Newspaper 
Golfing Society's summer meeting the Daily Express 
Challenge Cup was won by Sir Hedley Le Bas, 
and the Advertising World Cup by Mr. Luther 
Smith. 

The Association of British Advertising Agents' 
Golfing Circle held its first meeting in July. The 
Challenge Cup presented by the President, Mr. 
L. 0. Johnson, was won by Mr. James Strong, 



a "Manual for the Study of the Psychology of 
Advertising," Mr. A. W. Dean's " Modern Publicity," 
and Professor Mensell's " Grammar of Colour," were 
books of note, and " What I know about Adver- 
tising," by fourteen experts, was ably edited by 
Mr. T. B. Lawrence. 

Although more properly belonging to the editorial 
side of newspaperdom, Mr. W. E. Berry's part in 
founding, with his brother, the Advertising World, 
makes it appropriate to recall here that his name 
was included in the Birthday Honours, when he 
received a baronetcy. Mr. C. F. Higham, M.P., was 
knighted at the close of the year. He is the first 
advertising agent to receive such honour from His 
Majesty, and is to be congratulated on his rapid 
progress in public life. 

Glancing briefly abroad, it is plain that in other 
countries than our own the advantages of judicious 
advertising are meeting with a fuller recognition. 
Of America, the home of super-advertising, it is 
superfluous to speak, but in the older countries much 
activity in this direction is manifest. In France a 
competition was organised by Les Grands Magazins 
du Printemps for a design for the cover of their 
Christmas catalogue. The competitors were children 
under sixteen ; there were nearly 9,000 entries, and 
the designs sent in attained a quite surprising degree 
of excellence. The winner was aged 9| years ! 
Her design showed an extraordinary flair for the 
qualities needed in commercial art. In China the 
poster is the most favoured advertising medium, 
the sails of the junks being frequently pressed into 



Changes in the personnel of the profession have | the service. The Japanese are paying much attention 



been few, and it has happily suffered little loss by 
death in the past year. Of the latter, Mr. Frederick 
Felton, of Felton's Agency, died in January. Mr. 
Felton was principally engaged in theatrical adver- 
tising. Mr. John Hart, of Arundel Street, specialised 
in Church advertising, and in the more serious 
magazines, and was for many years advertising 
contractor for the Nineteenth Century. He was 
keenly interested in Church work, was the founder 
of the Church Congress Exhibition, and a member 
of the National Rose Society. He was greatly 
respected for his upright character, and will be 
much missed in the various circles in which he moved. 
Although not, strictly speaking, connected with 
advertising, the death of Mr. Dunlop, the inventor 
of the Dunlop tyre, cannot be passed over without 
a word. The portrait of the genial old gentleman 
was familiar to every reader of the Dunlop advertise- 
ments, though in the course of time the pictorial 
presentment came to differ somewhat from the 
original, and became the subject of an action in the 
Courts. Mr. Kennedy Jones, M.P., whose deatli 
occurred on October 20th, was a man of strong 
personality and strenuous activities. He will be best 
remembered by his association with Lord Northcliffe 
and Lord Rothermere in the acquirement of the 
Evening News and the founding of the DaiU/ 
Mail, but he also rendered considerable valuable 
service to the nation after his retirement from active 
participation in newspajier work. 

Messrs. Odhams have acquired the business of 
Messrs. Dean & Co., the well-known publishers of 
Debrett, and of children's toy-books. The same firm 
has also brought out during the year the Picture- 
goer, and other papers, Mr. H. D. Kitson's book, 



to the art of advertising, and show much improve- 
ment in their methods. In South Africa the art has 
yet to come to full maturity, but wall signs of large 
size would appear to be popular. On the reverse 
side of the medal, British enterprise has been fairly 
active in other countries, but a serious note is intro- 
duced by the repeated warnings given to us by 
competent authorities of the campaigns carried on 
in nearly every country of the world by the Germans 
and Americans. It behoves British advertising men 
to show in other countries the mettle they are made 
of, and carry into methods of foreign trading the 
sound princiijles that form the basis of our home 
advertising. To trade with the Colonies, though 
admirable from our point of view, is not enough ; 
our advertisers must devote time, thought, and 
money to the exploiting of other lands where Englisli 
is not the mother-tongue, and may be assured that 
they will reap a rich harvest. 

The present year has been one of varied fortunes, 
and the present aspect of affairs is not too propitious, 
despite the splendid encouragement of the Washing- 
ton Conference. The heavy slump in trade, the 
hideous tangle of International finance, the universal 
depression of the past six months — the aftermath of 
the disastrous Miners' strike — have seriously menaced 
the position of industry in this country. Publicity 
has suffered with the rest, and like the rest has 
known its hours of keen anxiety. But the am- 
bassador of commerce is your true optimist. He 
may have his dark hours, but he is not long down- 
hearted, and his eye is fixed on the horizon of the 
future, ready to catch the first rosy gleam of reviving 
hope. A firm belief in the value of sound publicity 
is his creed, and " Nil desperand^im " his motto. 



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Nearly two thousand years ago Pompeii, the 
Paris of the age, was destroyed almost literally by 
fire from heaven. The city of pleasure, with all the 
luxury of its hyper-civilisation, ceased to be ; for 
centuries it lay buried in a pall of ashes, silent as the 
grave which it had become. At length, by the 
enterprise of the French, and, later, of the Italians, 
the dead city awoke, and from its desolate streets 
echoes of the past came to the modem world. In 
the year just drawing to a close excavations in the 
buried city brought to light a document of singular 
interest. It is, in effect, a newspaper report, many 
centuries old, describing the gladiatorial combats 
in the renowned circus of Pompeii. So old is the 
profession of the journalist, so ineradicable the 
primitive instinct of man to collect and disseminate 
news of the things that interest him, or that aSect 
his life ! Clay tablet and papyrus, written parch- 
ment and printed word have, in turn, witnessed to 
the strength of the passion for news, and the thrall 
of cacoethes scribendi ; the sporting press of to-day 
concerns itself with substantially the same topics 
as did the report of ancient Pompeii. Boxing con- 
tests have superseded gladiatorial combats, but the 
desire for news of passing events is as keen as in the 
older world. An inexhaustible curiosity about the 
doings of his neighbour is characteristic of man, and 
to this spirit of curiosity the popularity of the news- 
paper is due. 

It would be almost impossible to imagine a world 
without newspapers. The daily and weekly sheet, 
the magazine and the review, have become an essen- 
tial part of our daily life. The widespread influence 
of the Press is one of the outstanding features of our 
civilisation. The Press has become a power in the 
land, all-potent for good or evil, according as those 
who direct its energies shall decide. 

In the course of the last hundred years the journal- 
istic branch of the profession of letters has acquired 
an honourable status. Newspaper peers attend the 
House of Lords, journalist M.P.'s sit in the Lower 
House ; the journalist himself is no longer the 
despised hack of Grub Street, but a member of a 
highly respected profession. Britain is justly proud 
of her Press and its personnel. Yet already the 
trend of the newspaper world is in some respects 
changing ; gradually the conditions that make it 
what it is are altering, whether for better or worse it 
is as yet too soon to venture an opinion. But the 
trend is unmistakable to the observant mind. The 
day of the all-round journalist is passing ; the men 
who, in the course of a busy and varied life, had accu- 
mulated a competent knowledge of a multitude of 
things, and who could be relied on to turn out a 
sound leader, article, or paragraph on almost any 
given subject, are fewer in number ; the tendency of 
the day is to specialise rather than to acquire general 
knowledge. The specialist can, no doubt, offer a 
more exhaustive treatment of his own peculiar 
subject ; his technical acquaintance with it is more 



considerable, but the journalist of an older day, with 
his wider outlook and more general knowledge of 
affairs, was often in closer touch with his public, and 
better understood by the average man. If, as has 
been said, all mankind is the actor's province, it is 
no less that of the journalist. The whole gamut of 
human emotions is his to play upon, and nothing 
under the span of the heavens is too lofty or too 
trivial to come within his ken. To paraphrase the 
great Samuel : 

" His observation, with extensive view. 
Surveys mankind from China to Peru." 

The modern tendency for groups of newspapers 
to come under the control of either a single proprietor 
or a syndicate, and for men of wealth unconnected 
with newspaper enterprise to acquire large holdings 
in newspaper property, is another marked feature 
of the day. There is in this group tendency a 
danger that a large proportion of the Press may 
ultimately come to be controlled by men who have 
not made newspaper work their life's mission, and 
have other interests to serve than those of supplying 
the public with the news of the day. Those interests 
may be not only honourable, but in the highest 
degree praiseworthy, yet it is doubtful whether it 
would not be better if newspapers were conducted 
solely with the object of presenting news and com- 
ment uninfluenced by particular objects. The sus- 
picion, engendered by the necessary censorship 
during the War, which has of late years taken root 
in the minds of a large class of readers that " the 
papers do not tell us the whole truth about things," 
is responsible for a sensible loss of prestige, and it 
must regretfully be admitted that there is at least 
a grain of justification for the existence of the doubt. 
In the very dangerous and delicate crises through 
which we have passed, newspapers with the highest 
sense of responsibility to the nation have been placed 
in a most difficult position. Yet should distrust 
and suspicion continue they must deal a fatal blow 
to the power and influence of the Press, which are 
rightly founded on a general confidence in its honesty 
and impartiality in the presentment of news. 

Another phase of the old Press tradition, the 
disappearance of which is greatly to be deprecated, 
is that of security of tenure. Formerly a reporter, 
writer, or editor who had " made good " on a par- 
ticular paper was reasonably sure of remaining with 
it, if he so chose, for the remainder of his working 
days. One can readily call to mind instances of 
men who, joining the staff as boys, have remained 
faithful literally until death still in harness, or to 
ripe old age. The old-time journalist became a 
part of the paper with which he was associated ; 
his interests, his affections, were bound up with it ; he 
came to have a personal feeling for it, a pride in its 
prestige and success. A " coup " brought off for 
his paper afforded him the utmost gratification ; 
he was keen, enthusiastic, jealous of the honour of 
his journal ; above all, he was loyal to his chief. It 



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Las been urged that long service tends to a certain 
" grooviness " of mind ; that, after the first energy 
of youth has spent itself, there is a danger of falling a 
victim to routine ; but this is a minor risk in com- 
parison with those that may spring from a feeling 
of perpetual insecurity. Good work cannot be done 
under the menace of uncertainty. In such circum- 
stances a journalist may be influenced, not solely 
by determination to present the news of the day 
without bias, but by what he knows of his employer's 
foibles or prejudices. Why should he give pro- 
minence to news which he suspects will prove un- 
palatable, and may result in trouble for himself ? 
Human nature not being perfect, he is tempted to 
trim his sails according to the weather he anticipates, 
and to play for safety for himself rather than for 
the advancement of his paper or the welfare of the 
public. In such conditions a writer tends to lose 
interest in his work ; he cannot express his own, 
perhaps decided, views, and is apt to take refuge in 
ineffectual platitudes. If he feels that his connec- 
tion with the paper may be but temporary, its suc- 
cess or failure is of little moment to him, and he is 
always on the look-out for a more secure, even if 
less lucrative, position. It is not to the interest of 
the public that this trend should continue ; the 
men to whom are entrusted the guidance of public 
opinion should not be placed in a position where 
they are constantly haunted by the fear of being 
thrown out of employment. The result of insecurity 
of tenure must inevitably be the gradual decadence 
of the journalist to the level of the Grub Street hack 
who was willing to sell his pen — and his conscience — 
to the highest bidder; it will tend to cramp enter- 
prise, check legitimate ambition, teach men to juggle 
with the truth, and, by lowering the standards of 
the individual writer, debase the whole tone of the 
Press. It is a soul-numbing experience to work 
under the constant sense of the precariousness of 
one's occupation ; of all professional men the jour- 
nalist, who is so essentially a servant of the public, 
should have some more permanent status than that 
of the wayfaring man who turneth aside to sojourn 
for a night. 

That the old traditions are changing is evident. 
Differences between an editor and his staff, once 
jealously kept within-doors, are now aired in public. 
The old policy of supporting the staff at all costs is 
weakenmg ; there are too many men who have not 
been versed m the traditions of the craft. What 
inducement is there for a man to be loyal to give 
of his best for the best years of his life, when at the 
end he may be suddenly supplanted by a younger 
man, or dispossessed owing to a change in the group- 
ing of the shareholders ? Happily these evils, which 
tend to lower the standards and weaken the influence 
of an ancient and honourable calling, are still in the 
minority, but the trend is unmistakable, and must 
be checked if the present status and influence of the 
Press in this country are to be maintained. 

Perhaps no more eloquent exposition of the diffi- 
culties, hardships and rewards of the journalist's 
career has ever been given than by Mr. Wickham 
Steed, Editor of The Times, in his address to the 
Journalism students of the London University. His 
subject was The Making of a Newspaper, "^nd in 



the course of his lecture he gave a graphic description 
of newspaper work, and many pithy comments on 
the qualifications and ideals necessary to a successful 
writer. Of the journalist's life he said : 

" The life of journalists was often a dog's life. 
When others slept they worked. Where others 
had definite hours and well-defined duties, there 
was no limit to the calls that a newspaper might 
make upon those who slaved in its service. Jour- 
nalism was not a comfortable profession. It 
was full of dangers, drawbacks, and disappoint- 
ments — but it gave also some of the highest satis- 
factions for which a human being could hope. . . . 
It offers greater opportunities of being heljiful to 
others, greater chances of fighting evil, fuller 
openings for the battle against unworthiness of 
every sort, than any other craft in our modern 
civilisation." 

Another paper, pre-eminent for its honesty and 
courage, the Morning Post, thus strikingly voiced 
its view of the journalist's responsibilities in an 
article celebrating the 150th anniversary of the 
paper. 

" The journalist works under an honourable 

obligation. He must present items of news with 

all the accuracy at his command. He must not, 

for instance, alter or modify his statement to serve 

any ulterior purpose whatsoever. While he is 

free to criticise persons and events, politics and 

parties, he must use his discretion fairly." 

He must, in short, nothing extenuate, nor set 

down aught in malice. High ideals these, yet one 

is proud to think that hitherto they have been 

worthily upheld, in spite of the temptations to 

deviate from them which, as Mr. Wickham Steed 

asserts, beset the journalist on every hand. 

During the past year one frequently heard the 
complaint that " the papers are so dull nowadays." 
Quite unjust, since ^the fault, on reflection, would 
appear to be, not in the papers, but in the times. 
Accustomed as we had become, first to the dreadful 
sensations of war, then to the joyful excitements 
attendant on the coming of peace, the year 1921, 
with its more sober and humdrum existence, has 
appeared dull and unexciting in comparison. The 
first celebration of the Great Silence, the solemn 
home-coming of the Unknown Warrior, the im- 
pressive Thanksgiving and Memorial services of the 
two preceding years have been without their parallel 
in 1921, which has been a year of general depression 
and gloom, with but few gleams of brightness to 
temper the prevailing atmosphere of anxiety. The 
high hopes and roseate visions for the future evoked 
by the cessation of war have not been fulfilled ; 
instead, the nation has been slowly and with diffi- 
culty awakened to a tardy sense of the grim reality. 
Even in the first joyous hours of victory there were 
to be found one or two wiser spirits who regarded 
the future with grave forebodings. But their sober 
warnings were received with disfavour ; it was un- 
popular, it was even deemed unpatriotic, to hint at 
the possible economic, financial, and political diffi- 
culties with which we might eventually find our- 
selves faced. Grandiose schemes were dangled 
before the public ; housing, education, public health, 
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without any thought of expense. A huge revival 
of trade was confidently precUcted ; the extravagant 
spending of war-time was expected to continue. 
Upon what false premises these calculations were 
founded it is difficult to see, since facts and figures 
sufficient for arriving at the truth were easily avail- 
able, but the nation had then no mind for plain and 
unpalatable truths. Instead of setting our house in 
order by soberly counting the cost of the past, and 
re.solutely setting ourselves to pull things round by 
hard work and economy in every direction, every 
one, the Government included, went on as if some 
inexhaustible stream of wealth was flowing from some 
mysterious source into the national coffers. The 
false security engendered by this criminal optimism 
was rudely shaken ; about the end of January a very 
serious slump in trade set in, unemployment was rife, 
labour troubles, which had been recurring at intervals 
during the previous years, culminated in the dis- 
astrous Miners' Strike of the 8i>ring, which, when 
eventually settled, left the country in the grip of a 
trade depression worse than any that had been 
experienced for the la.st fifty years. In consequence 
of the Miners' action, and the threat of the Triple 
Alliance to force a national strike in their support, 
every trade and business in the kingdom suffered 
heavily, the newspaper industry among them. 
Revenue from advertisements and other sources 
diminished, while expenses did not ; many periodicals 
which had hitherto managed to struggle along in 
.spite of difficulties ceased publication, and even 
firmly-established properties were affected by the 
prevailing depression of trade. 

It is to be regretted that so few newspapers of 
weight used their influence with the public at the 
rlose of the war to bring home to the country the 
true facts of the economic position. Misled at first 
by an ill-judged optimism on the part of the Govern- 
ment, then bewildered by a sudden cry of the im- 
perative need for severe economy and hard work, 
the public at large was unable — and unwilling — to 
gauge the situation correctly. Had the leading 
newspapers, with all the means they possess for 
arriving at a correct estimate of things, combined 
in a resolute effort to enlighten their readers with 
regard to the perils threatening the national pros- 
perity, the country as a whole might have been 
aroused earlier to make a serious and determined 
effort to extricate itself from the morass of debt, 
taxation, international commitments, falling trade, 
labour disputes, and increasing unemployment. 
Whether from ignorance, or from failure to apprehend 
their high responsibilities, this great opportunity for 
using their enoiTnous power and influence in the true 
interests of the nation was neglected by all save a 
few journals, whose voices, raised amid the universal 
chorus of complacency, were but as those crying 
unheeded in the wilderness. 

During the strike itself the newspapers were less 
unmindful of their obligations. When the action of 
the Triple Alliance threatened to withdraw all or- 
ganised labour the directors of the newspaper world 
took prompt action to secure the supply of news to 
the public. The lessons of the strike of 1919 had 
impressed themselves on the business mind, and 
proprietors were now better prepared to meet the 



emergencies of the situation. The Government, 
also, recognising the value of the newspapers as allies, 
lent a hand to facilitate transport arrangements 
and to ensure the necessary supplies of coal. An 
important feature of the arrangements was the 
strong co-operation between newspapers, which did 
their utmost to assist each other. A reduction in 
the size of newspapers was one of the measures in 
contemplation, while every means of transport 
possible, from road to air, was considered. For- 
tunately the collapse of the Triple Alliance menace 
rendered these extreme measures unnecessary, but 
the precautions taken were sufficient to make it 
plain that, even in the event of the national strike 
taking jilace, the country would not have been wholly 
deprived of newspapers. Of the value of the papers 
as a vehicle for the expression of the attitude of both 
sides in the dispute, and for making known to the 
public the measures taken by the Government for 
their safety, the crucial days of 1919 had given ample 
proof ; once more the Government and the miners 
availed themselves of this method of publicity to 
set forth their case, and there can be no doubt that 
it was to the publicity thus given to the firm attitude 
of the nation, and its resolve to resist this attempt 
of one section to force its will on the rest, that the 
rebellious section of the community was brought to 
see the error of its ways, and listen to those wiser 
councils which paved the way to an ultimate peace. 

But the disastrous 'effects of the coal strike were 
felt throughout the rest of the year. In some trades 
an almost complete paralysis prevailed, and all 
suffered in greater or less degree from the impatriotic 
action of a part of the labour world. Unemployment 
increased in consequence of the closing of many 
shops, factories, and warehouses, and the country at 
last began to awaken to the seriousness of the position. 
So heavily was the newspaper business affected by 
prevailing conditions that Lord Burnham openly 
stated in October that " he did not believe that there 
was any newspaper in London earning a real profit 
this year." He added " that he was perfectly cer- 
tain that there was not a single paper-mill in the 
country working at a profit." A serious statement, 
with which not everyone would be disposed to agree, 
but it serves to illustrate the extent of the trade 
depression under which the whole country was labour- 
ing in consequence of the policy of high wages, short 
hours, limitation of output, strikes, and general ex- 
travagance and shortsightedness. 

With a view to cutting their losses and bringing 
things to a less disparity between cost of production 
and possible selling price many employers gave 
notice of their intention to reduce wages. The first 
suggestion of " cuts," though agreed to by the 
Printing and Trades Federation, was opposed by the 
Typographical Association ; amended proposals were 
then made by the employers and notices posted to 
take effect on September 24th. The reduction pro- 
posed by the masters was in proportion to the fall in 
the cost of living. A ballot was then taken by the 
T.A., which had again refused to reconsider any 
reduction in wages, and the employers' terms were 
accepted by a majority. The Stereotypers' Union 
also balloted on the question of a five shilling 
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acceptance. The decision affected the whole of the 
country. 

With regard to Journalists' salaries, the demands 
of the N.U.J, made in the last months of 1920 were 
rejected by the National Association of Newspaper 
Proprietors. At a further conference the N.P.A. de- 
cided to stand fairly by their decision, and eventually 
the original ofEer was accepted by the N.U.J, in March. 

Unemployment in the printing, paper, and allied 
trades increased greatly during the year, and had 
assumed very serious proportions before the end. 
In Fleet Street also the distress through unemploy- 
ment became acute, and measures were taken to 
relieve it in some degree. There is every prospect of the 
problem of unemployment becoming still more grave 
if the present stagnation of trade should continue. 

Paper, so all important to the newspaper world, 
had been falling in price in the autumn of the previous 
year. Prices in 1921 were still lower, and many firms 
suffered heavy losses. Some mills were obliged to 
close down, and others were only working at half 
time. There was much talk of the invasion of the 
market by German goods ; but the actual bulk 
imported was not large, though the fact of the low 
quotations ofiered by German sellers had a very 
unsettling effect. The proposal to include foreign 
paper and pulp in the scope of the Safeguarding 
Industries Act met with strong opposition. Such large 
users as Lord Beaverbrook and Sir Edward Hulton put 
forward strong arguments against the suggestion, 
emphasising the disastrous effect which the proposed 
33 per cent, tax on foreign imports would have on 
British newspaper production, not only by causing 
a rise in the price of British materials, but by giving 
foreign countries an opportunity to retaliate by 
putting a tariff on pulp, which would hit English 
manufacturers severely. Paper imports showed a 
considerable increase in the summer, owing to the 
fact that a large number of English mills were still 
closed from lack of coal. It is said that one good 
effect of the increased foreign competition has been 
in the improved quality of the paper produced by 
the home manufacturers. 

The proposal of the Postmaster- General to raise 
the postage rates for letters and newspapers was a 
shrewd blow to the latter, more especially to those 
trade papers which have a large postal circulation. 
Strong protests against any increase on printed papers 
were made by the Newspaper Proprietors' Associa- 
tion, the Empire Press Union, Provincial Newspapers' 
Conference and Newspaper Society, Weekly News- 
papers and Periodical Proprietors' Association, 
British Association of Trade and Technical Journals, 
Association of British Advertising Agents, Publishers' 
Association, Institute of Journalists, National 
Federation of Retail Newspapers, and the Association 
of Master Printers. The first five of the above 
Societies sent a deputation to Mr. Kellaway, which 
was introduced by Lord Burnham, that staunch 
champion of the Press, and included some of the 
most influential names in the newspaper world. 
As a result of their strong representations the proposed 
increase in the rates for printed papers sent abroad 
was not made, and a committee of representative 
business men was appointed to assist the Post Office. 
The increases in inland charges were enforced. 



The proposed increase in the Telephone charges 
was the occasion for a vigorous campaign of protest 
on the part of the Press in the spring and early summer. 
Lord Riddell and Sir Roderick Jones were appointed 
Press representatives on the permanent Committee 
of Empire Communications. Lord Riddell also 
acted as liaison officer between the Press and the 
London Conferences on the German Reparations. 
Lord Riddell's services in this capacity are invaluable, 
and have been made use of o^ numerous similar 
occasions, the last instance being the Washington 
Conference. 

Of incidents having more than a passing interest 
in connection with the Press during the year may be 
mentioned the visit of the Prince of Wales in January 
to the office of The Times. His Royal Highness 
stayed two hours and watched all the processes 
employed in the production of the paper. After 
starting the machinery that printed the Trade 
Supplement that went to press during his visit, he 
went through the publishing and other departments. 
The Prince was deeply interested in all that he saw, 
and expressed the great pleasure which his visit 
afforded him. 

The practice of players who are still actively 
engaged in sport writing professionally for various 
papers has been on the increase of late years ; it was 
strongly deprecated by Lord Hawke, whose devotion 
to the cause of national sport entitles his views to a 
respectful hearing. His objections were generally 
held to be sound in principle, and it wovdd be a good 
thing for the public if a definite rule were laid down 
to prevent the incursion of interested participants 
into a field that should be strictly preserved for 
trained and impartial journalists. 

The secrecy observed on the occasion of the Railway 
Enquiry in February caused the Press to protest 
with effect against its exclusion. The Press also 
played a large part in the elucidation of the " Irene 
Munro " case, thus demonstrating its value as a 
servant of the public. An occasion less worthy of 
congratulation was its admission for the iirst time 
for many years to an execution at Wandsworth 
prison. The privilege is not one to be encouraged, 
nor do we think it will be generally desired by press- 
men themselves. A more legitimate gain was the 
admission of Press representatives to the Mallow 
Shooting Case enquiry, though, as those attending 
had to submit their reports to the Court, the right 
of free comment was brought in question. A point 
of interest to journalists was raised by the action of 
Lord Verulam in excluding reporters from a Juvenile 
Court during proceedings in which a boy was charged 
with murder. This action, which was apparently 
in contravention of the Children's Act of 1908, which 
specifically protects hona fide newspaper representa- 
tives from exclusion, was justified on the ground that 
the proceedings were only for the purpose of a formal 
remand. It is obvious that the deliberate exclusion 
of the Press from such cases would unduly restrict 
its functions as the representative of public interests. 
On the other hand, the strong objection held by 
many judges to the promiscuous use of the camera 
in Court is upheld even by those journalists who 
most fiercely resent any interference with the rights 
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Several distinctions fell to the share of the Press 
in 1921. The New Year Honours List contained 
the names of Sir Horace Brooke Marshall, who was 
made a Baron, of Sir John Ellerman, Bart., a Com- 
panion of Honour, and of Mr. T. J. Bennett, so long 
editor of The Times of India, Mr. William Davies, 
of the Western Mail, Dr. Sprigge, of the Lancet, and 
Dr. Dawson Williams, of the British Medical Journal, 
all of whom received the honour of Knighthood. 
The Birthday Honours contained the notice of the 
conferring of a Baronetcy on Mr. William Berry, of 
the Sunday Times and other papers. Sir Henry 
Dalziel received a Peerage ; the Hon. Rupert 
Beckett, M.P., a director of the Yorkshire Post, 
Sir Charles Sykes, M.P. (who was associated with 
Sir Henry Dalziel in the purchase of the Daily 
Chronicle and Lloyd's), Sir Arthur Munro Sutherland, 
of the Newcastle Chronicle, and Sir John Malcom 
Eraser, the well-known journalist and editor, also 
became Baronets. Dr. J. C. Percy, proprietor of 
several Irish papers, was made a Knight, as was 
Mr. Robert WiLson, of Glasgow. Sir W. Robertson 
Nicoll became a Companion of Honour. On the 
occasion of the King's visit to Ireland, Mr. R. H. 
Baird, proprietor of the Belfast Evening Telegraph, 
and Mr. H. T. Henderson, Managing Director of the 
Belfast News-Letter, both received the honour of 
Knighthood. 

In brief mention of the festivities of the year we 
may note the dinner given by the Financial Times 
to Sir William Berry to congratulate him on his 
honours, the Sunday Times giving a dinner at the 
Savoy with the same object ; the luncheon to 
M. Briand by the Foreign Press Association on the 
occasion of the French Premier's visit to England, 
the London Master Printers' Annual Dinner, at which 
Mr. Augustine Birrell was the guest, and the luncheon 
to Mr. Keith Murdoch at The Times before his de- 
parture to Australia to take up the duties of editor- 
in-chief of the Melbourne Herald publications. Sir 
Alfred Robbins was entertained at dinner by the 
Critics' Circle on his retirement from dramatic 
criticism. A luncheon was given to Mr. W. Hirst, 
the late editor of the Economist and Common Sense, 
prior to bis departure to America on a lecturing tour. 
Mr. T. P. O'Connor was the guest of the Authors' 
Club on November 7th, and Sir Ian Hamilton of the 
London Press Club on November 9th. Mr. B. K. 
Long was entertained to luncheon by the Empire 
Press Union on his departure to South Africa to take 
up the post of editor of the Cape Times. The News- 
paper Proprietors' Association entertained the Belgian 
journalists visiting this country in April, Lord 
Burnham presiding. In the same month King Albert 
of Belgium presided at the 131st Annual Dinner of 
the Royal Literary Fund at the Guildhall. Sir 
Leslie Ward (" Spy ") was the guest of honour at a 
dinner at the Savoy on November 2l8t. The Printers' 
Pension Corporation had its 94th Annual Festival 
Dinner on November 2nd ; Sir W. Waterlow presided, 
and the sum of £27,094 was raised at the dinner. 
The 82nd Annual Dinner of the Newsvendors' 
Benevolent Association on October 12th was a great 
success. The grandsons of Lord Glenesk, of Sir 
Isaac Pitman, and of the founder of W. H. Smith 
& Sons were present, as also the son of the late 



Sir Arthur Pearson, and of the Chairman, Mr. St. John 
Hornby. The attendance (300) and the subscription 
list (£10,450 13s. 6d.) were the largest on record. 
The Readers' Pensions Committee Annual Dinner 
was also a record success. The concert in aid of the 
Newspaper Press Fund, held at the Coliseum in April, 
was a brilliant success. Madame Sarah Bernhardt, 
who recited, had a tremendous reception. The sum 
collected was about £2,500. The conceit was 
supported by all the notabilities of the newspaper 
world, and all the London newspapers gave their 
assistance. 

The London Press Club War Memorial was unveiled 
on January 17tb by the President of the Club, Lord 
Burnham, who made a most moving speech with 
reference to those whom the tablet commemorated. 
The Times War Memorial was unveiled on November 
20th by Lord Haig, who delivered an eloquent address. 
The new Memorial Wing of the Caxton Home was 
opened during the summer. Sir Laming Worthington 
Evans performing the ceremony. 

A presentation was made in August to Mr. Charles 
Baker, proprietor and editor of the Newspaper 
World, on the occasion of the celebration of his 
70th birthday. On his retirement from the 
secretaryship of the Newspaper Press Fund, after 
thirty years' service, Mr. W. Thornton Sharpe was 
presented with a testimonial. 

The Fleet Street week instituted in aid of " Bart's " 
Hospital funds was a great success, and was en- 
thusiastically supported by the members of the 
Press and their friends of the theatrical, musical and 
artistic professions. As the result over £7,000 was 
handed to " Bart's " by Mr. Mat Blythe, President 
of the Fleet Street Club. 

Mr. John Martin, of the Daily Telegraph, the doyen 
of Fleet Street, was the recipient of a host of con- 
gratulatory messages on the occasion of his golden 
wedding. He joined the Telegraph in 1877. 

The Morning Post this year celebrated its 150th 
birthday, the Sphere and the Daily Express their 21st, 
and the Queen its diamond jubilee. The Belfast News- 
Letter issued a special number in honour of their 
Majesties' visit. On the occasion of the Royal visit 
to Manchester the Evening Chronicle had a special 
edition, with photographs, delivered in the Royal 
saloon one and a half hours after their Majesties' 
arrival. 

The N.U.J, held its Annual Delegates' Meeting at 
the end of March, at Newcastle. Among the subjects 
discussed were wages, imemployment, national and 
local action, " one man, one job," and schools of 
journalism. During the year suggestions were again 
made as to the fusion of the N.U.J, with the Institute 
of Journalists. The latter were not inclined to con- 
sider fusion, but were willing to meet with the object 
of coming to a working agreement. Finally a meeting 
was arranged to take place some time in 1922. 

In the depressed state of trade much newspaper 
enterprise was not to be expected. The most im- 
portant development in this respect was the change 
of the Westminster Gazette from an evening to a 
morning paper. The change, which was regarded 
with much interest, did not entail any serious dis- 
turbance in the personnel of the staff. 



21 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



The announcement of the projected appearance 
of a new Sunday paper caused some perturbation in 
trade union circles, but objections to the prospect 
of Sunday making a seven-day week were met by the 
promise that the Sunday Evening Telegram would 
cease publication on the appearance of the Sunday 
Illustrated. Sir Leicester Harmsworth bought the 
Western Morning News, and Mr. Robert Donald, 
so long the editor of the Daily Chronicle, bought that 
old-established and popular Sunday paper, the 
Referee. Late in the year Sir William Berry and his 
brother, Mr. Gomer Berry, acquired a controlling 
interest in Weldon's, Ltd. That old and much 
respected paper, the Western Daily Mercury, was 
amalgamated with the Western Morning News. The 
step was taken on account of the hopelessness of the 
struggle to make it pay. It was stated that during 
the sixty-one years of its existence the Mercury had 
" never returned one single copper to its proprietors 
by way of dividends " — an eloquent comment on the 
popular belief that all newspaper promoters make 
huge fortunes ! Another amalgamation was that 
of the Globe with the Pall Mall Gazette, a fate that 
caused many regrets to the lovers of the Globe, so 
long unique among evening papers. The Nation 
in like manner absorbed the Athenceum, though it 
was stated that the salient features of the latter 
would be preserved in the new review. Mr. Middleton 
Murray, editor of the Athenceum, retains the double 
editorship. The Halifax Guardian amalgamated 
with the Halifax Courier. That beautifully produced 
paper, the Woman's Supplement of The Times, after 
a brief career, was incorporated with Eve and the 
Lady's Pictorial. The tale of suspensions during the 
past twelve months is a sad one. The En^lishivoman, 
after twelve years of life, ceased publication. The 
Leicester Daily Post, the Scarborough Daily and Weekly 
Post. Sunshine, the British Workman and the Family 
Friend ceased to exist. The Dublin Daily Express 
was suspended. The Birmingham Post reduced its 
price from 2d. to Id. In the spring Fleet Street 
was lively with rumours concerning the sale of the 
Morning Post, a rumour that was finally settled by 
an emphatic disclaimer from Countess Bathurst of 
any intention to part with the paper. About the 
same time Dame Rumour was busy with the affairs 
of The Times, in which it was said Sir John Ellerman 
had joined with Mr. .lohn Walter in acquiring a 
controlling interest. This canard was also laid by a 
formal denial from Sir John's solicitois. In April 
the Daily News ceased to be printed in Manchester. 
Sir Philip Gibbs became editor of the Review of 
Reviews in January, Mr. Frank Reynolds becoming 
the Art editor of Punch in the same nionth. Mr. P. F. 
Warner, the famous cricketer, was appointed cricket 
correspondent to the Morning Post. The firms of 
Messrs. Pearson and Messrs Newncs came to a 
working arrangement with a view to reduction of cost 
and increase of profit. The agreement is for a term 
of fifty years. 

The first daily paper for Dorset made its ajjijcarance 
on May 28th under the title of the Dorset Daily Echo. 
Among other new papers may be mentioned the 
Children's Zoo (now Boy's) Pictorial, the Sunday 
Illustrated, Fanfare, Looking Forward, a review edited 
by Hamilton Fyfe, and Men of the Day. 



Some notable books of the year were Mr. Saxon 
Mills's " Life of Sir E. T. Cook," a book worthy the 
charming personality of its subject ; " The Mystery 
of the Daily Mail," being the story of the success 
of that popular journal ; and Mr. Herbert Side- 
botham's scholarly work, " Pillars of the State." 

Some interesting lectures were given during the 
year to the journalistic students of London Univer- 
sity. Among them may be mentioned that by 
Mr. James Sykes, of the Yorkshire Post, on " Some 
faults in writing for the Press " ; one by Mr. W. G. 
Bell, of the Daily Telegraph, on " The Reporter and 
His Work," ; and, notably, the discourse by Mr. 
Wickham Steed, editor of The Times, to which 
reference has already been made. These journalistic 
courses, which are under the direction of Sir Sidney 
Lee, are a valuable training for the young writer. 
The Gresham lectures on "' The Law of Libel," 
delivered by Dr. Blake Odgers, were of great interest 
to writers for the Press, and elucidated an abstruse 
subject. 

Death has taken heavy toll of the newspaper world 
during the year, and several well-known personalities 
have vanished from the scenes of their labours. 
Mr. Townsend, the art editor of Punch, Mr. Bourcbier, 
The Times correspondent in the Near East, Mr. Arthur 
Walter, editor of the Parliamentary Debates in the 
House of Lords, Mr. Peachy, of the Daily News, all 
died in January. Mr. J. S. Wood, founder and editor 
of the Gentlewoman, died on Dec. 20th, 1920, also 
Mr. G. II. Perris, the war correspondent of the Daily 
Chronicle. The death of Mr. Charles Edward 
Jerningham, known to fame as " Marmaduke," of 
Truth, was a distinct loss to the lighter side of jour- 
nalism. Mr. Kennedy Jones, so long associated with 
Lord NorthcliiTe, passed away in October. Mr. 
Basil Cooke, founder of the Gallery Lodge of Free- 
masons, Mr. W. L. Sinclair, of Hulton's, Sir Edward 
Parrott, long the editor of Messrs. Nelson's publica- 
tions, and Mr. R. C. Spencer, the first President of 
the N.U.J. , were names familiar in the world of 
letters. Mr. Haddon Chambers, the dramatist, and 
Mr. Bertram Dobell, poet and bookseller and dis- 
coverer of James Thompson, were well known to a 
wide circle, and in a different sphere was Mr. R. C. 
Annand, the inventor of many improvements in the 
machinery of printing. The memorial service for 
Mr. Thomas Niel Nelson, of the editorial staff of The 
Times, was largely attended. Sir Maitland Paik, 
who died at Cape Town, was the editor of the Cape 
Times. He was formerly connected with the Pioneer 
of India, and was knighted in 1914. 

Turning to other matters, one notices that the use 
of aeroplanes in the service of the Press has made 
considerable progress. Aeroplanes were used, for 
example, to convey pictures of their Majesties' 
Irish visit to the Daily Mail, Daily Mirror, Daily 
Sketch, and The Times offices. The use of wireless 
is also on the increase ; this year " The Derby " was 
reported by that means. 

The close of the year is clouded by many anxieties. 
Cassandra-like, we croak of evil days, yet for the 
sturdy British spirit the Pandora-box of Fate still 
retains at the bottom the gift of hope, and in its 
secret heart it looks forward to happier days. 



22 



THE LEGAL YEAR IN ITS RELATION TO 

THE PRESS. 



Libel Actions. 

The past year, like those which have recently 
preceded it, has been conspicuous for the number 
of libel actions brought against the proprietors and 
publishers of newspapers. It has again been 
demonstrated that whilst it is almost impossible 
always to be on the safe side, it is imperative for 
every editor to observe certain rules if he is to 
reduce to a minimum the risks of an action. 

In the first place he must remember the funda- 
mental distinction between report and comment. 
As has been pointed out by the C'ouits over and 
over again, report is one thing — <;omment is another- 
The wise reporter will, of course, never mix up the 
two. If he reports judicial proceedings or any 
other proceedings which are 'prima facie privileged, 
he will be careful to keep the report clear of comment, 
and if he decides to comment upon the proceedings, 
will publish such comments in the form of a 
separate article. It is worth while, also, for the 
editor of a paper to recollect what are the particular 
repoits of proceedings which have a prima facie 
privilege, i.e. are protected unless the plaintiflt can 
prove that the defendant has been actuated by 
malice. Eeports of this kind fall under three 
heads, namely : — 

(1) Eeports of Proceedings in Courts of 

Justice. 

(2) Reports of Proceedings in Parliament. 

(3) Reports of Proceedings in Public Meetings 

AND Meetings of Local AiTHfinniES 
ANP cfrtain Public Bodies. 

1. Reports of Proceedings in Courts of 
Justice, in order to be privileged, 
must be — 

a. Fair and accurate : 

The report must be " substantially a fair 
account of what took place " in court. 

It is immaterial by whom it was published ; 
the privilege is the same for a private individual 
as for a public newspaper. '" There is no 
special privilege for newspapers."* A report 
of the judgment alone, without any rejjort of 
the evidence, is privileged.! 

• Per Day, J., in Rumney v. Walter 11892] 8 Times L. R. 
at p. 2(i2. 

t Per Pry, J. L., in Macdougall v. Knight [1890] 25 Q. B. D. 
at p. U ; but see the observations of Lord Halsbury, L.C., 
in Macdougall v. Knight [1889] 14 A. C. at pp. 200 203. 



Formerly, reports of ex parte proceedings 
were not privileged. Cnrrie v. Walter I and 
Lewis V. Levy^ decided that such reports are 
privileged if the ex parte proceedings result in 
the discharge by the magistrates of the pai'ty 
charged ; it must now, however, be considered 
settled by Usill v. Hales\\ and Kimber v. 
The Press Association^ that all reports of ex 
parte proceedings are privileged. In the former 
case an action was brought against the pro- 
prietors of the Daily News, the Standard, and 
the Morning Advertiser for publishing a report 
of an ex parte application by thiee engineers to 
a magistrate for criminal process against the 
plaintiff, stating that the plaintiff had employed, 
but not fully, paid them. It was held that such 
report of ex parte proceedings was piivi'eged, 
as being fair and accurate. 

b. Not prohibited by order of the Court. 

c. Not blasphemous, seditious, nor immoral : 
Even if the report satisfies the above 

conditions, yet it will not be privileged if 
plaintiff proves that defendant was actuated by 
malice. 

Where judicial proceedings last more than 
one day, and publication is not expressly 
forbidden by the Court, a report published 
daily is privileged, if fair and accuiate, but no 
comment is allowed until the proceedings 
terminate.** 

2. Reports of Parliamentary Proceedings. 
Every fair and accurate report of any proceed- 
ing in either House of Parliament, or in any 
committee thereof, is privileged. The analogy 
between such reports and those of legal pro- 
ceedings is complete. Whatever would deprive 
a report of a trial of immunity will equal! v 
deprive a report of parliamentary proceedings 
of all privilege. 

The above rule was for a long time doubtful ; 
it was, however, clearly and satisfactorily 
settled in 1868 by Wason v. Walter, ■\^ in which 

t [1796] 1 B. & P. 525. 
§ [1858] 27 L. J. Q. B. 287. 
II [1878] 3 C. P. D. 319. 
1 [1893] 1 Q. B. 65 (C. A.). 

** Lewis V. Levy [1858] 27 L. .1. Q. B. 287 ; Xex v. Davits 
[19«f)] 1 K. B. 32. 

tt [18(58] 4 Q. B. D. 73. 



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THE NEWSPAPER PEESS DIRECtORT?. 



case the plaintiff sued the proprietor of the 
Times for publishing a report of a debate in 
the House of Lords commenting severely on 
plaintiff's conduct in procuring the presentation 
of a petition to the House of Lords, which 
charged a high judicial officer with misconduct ; 
and it was held that the report was privileged. 
As has been pointed out, the privilege attach- 
ing to fair and accurate reports may be rebutted 
by proof of actual malice. In these cases there 
are two distinct questions for the jury — 

1. Is the report fair and accurate ? If so, 
it is prima facie privileged ; if not, verdict 
for plaintiff. If this question is answered 
in the affirmative, 

2. Was the report, though fair and accurate, 
published maliciously ? 

3. By the Law of Libel Amendment Act, 
1888, s. 4, a fair and accurate report in a 
newspaper of the proceedings of a public 
meeting, or of any meeting of a vestry, 
town council, school board, or other public 
bodies or persons specified in such act, 
is privileged, 

provided that — 

(1) Such report is fair and accurate ; 

(2) The matter complained of is not blasphemous 

or indecent ; and 

(3) The matter complained of is of public concern, 

or the publication thereof is for the public 
benefit. 

It will be observed that in order to come within 
the protection of the section, it is not enough that 
the report is fair and accurate and that it is for the 
public benefit that reports of meetings of the same 
kind as this particular meeting should be published, 
e.g. that of a political meeting or of the meeting of 
the shareholders of a company — to obtain protection 
under this head, it must be proved that the publica- 
tion of the very words complained of is for the public 
benefit. This imposes on every editor the duty of 
editing the whole paper ; he must not trust to the 
proved accuracy of his reporter; he must read 
through the report, and be careful to eliminate all 
blasphemous, seditious, and obscene matter,* 
every unfair attack on a public man, everything 
defamatory of a private individual. No doubt this 
18 almost a practical impossibility in the case of a 
daily paper, where the type has to be set up with 
the greatest possible speed; but, nevertheless, it 
seems to be clear law, according to the decision in 
Ponsford V. Financial Tim^s, Ltd., and another^ 
that unless this is done, the proprietors will be liable 
to an action for libel. 

Thus in the case cited the defendants had in good 
faith published a fair report of the proceedings at a 
meeting of the shareholders of a public company 
The report contained, among other things a 
verbatim speech of the chairman of the company 



„V*Jf*^ ^- Braunan [1872] L. R. 7 C. P. 261 
M. C. 85. ' 



41 L. J. 



t [1900J 16 Times L. R. 248. 



in the course of which certain accusations had been 
made against the cashier of the company, who was 
the plaintiff in the action. It was admitted that 
the accusations were wholly unfounded, and it 
appeared that the plaintiff had recovered a verdict 
with substantial damages against the chairman for 
having procured the publication of his speech in the 
defendants' newspaper. It was admitted that the 
report was a fair report, and had been published by 
the defendants in good faith ; and it was contended 
by the defendants that the publication was 
privileged on the ground that the company was a 
public company, and that the meeting of the share- 
holders was a public meeting within the meaning 
of Sect. 4 of the Law of Libel Amendment Act, 1888. 
Mathew, J., held that the defendants were not 
protected by the Act, and gave judgment for the 
plaintiff for 40s. " It seems to me," said the 
learned Judge, " that the report of any statement 
made at the meeting in question, which was strictly 
confined to a discussion of the company's financial 
position, would have been privileged. But it does not 
follow that a report of all that was said in the course 
of a speech on the affairs of the company would 
be protected. This seems to be clearly the result 
of the proviso in Sect. 4. ... It was argued for the 
defendants that full effect would be given to the 
proviso by holding that it applied only to publica- 
tions, no part of which could be shown to have been 
of public concern or to have been of benefit to the 
public. But the proviso in terms applies to any 
matter contained in a report which was of a 
defamatory character. In this case the chairman, 
in his reference to the plaintiff, was not discussing 
the matters in which the public were interested. 
He was stating his opinion or impression that the 
plaintiff, who had been dismissed, had been guilty 
of criminal conduct as a servant of the company. 
But such a charge ought not to influence any reason- 
able man who contemplated either the buying or 
selling of shares or any other business transaction 
with the company. It had no other authority than 
the assertion of the speaker, whose knowledge must 
have been derived from what he had been told, and 
who was not unlikely to have been misled by in- 
formation supplied to him for the purpose of his 
speech. It was, therefore, not a matter the 
publication of which was for the public benefit. 
The charges against the plaintiff were of grave 
importance to him and to his accuser, but were no 
more of public concern than any other defamatory 
statements which might or might not be true." 

The primu facie privilege afforded by Sect. 4 of 
the Law of Libel Amendment Act, 1888, may be 
rebutted by proof (1) that the report was published 
or made maliciously ; or (2) that the defendant has 
after request refused or neglected to insert in his 
newspaper a reasonable letter or statement by way 
of contradiction or explanation of such report. 

Unless, therefore, a report is — 

(a) of proceedings in a court of justice ; or 

(b) of parliamentary proceedings ; or 

(c) within the protection of Sect. 4 of the Law of 

Libel Amendment Act, 1888, 

it is no defence to plead that the report is a correct 



THE LEGAL YEAR. 



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and faithful leport of what actually took place. 
The defendant must rely on — 

(1) The matter published being strictly true, and 

(if detendant in a criminal case) for the 
public benefit ; or 

(2) The words used being a fair comment on a 

matter of public interest. 

Criminal Proceedings for Libel. 

During the past year there have been some 
interesting applications for leave to commence 
criminal proceedings for libel against those 
responsible for the publication of a libel in certain 
newspapers. Prior to the Law of Libel Amendment 
Act, 1888, there was no necessity to obtain any 
such leave, but under Sect. 8 of that Act it was 
provided that no criminal prosecution by way of 
indictment shall be commenced against any pro- 
prietor, publisher, editor, or any person responsible 
for tlie publication of a newspaper, for any libel 
published therein without the preliminary order of 
a judge at chambers. Such application shall be 
made on notice to the person accused, who shall 
have an opportunity of being heard against it. 

This section replaced sect. 3 of the Newspaper 
Libel and Registration Act, 1881, which required 
the fiat of the Director of Public Prosecutions before 
any such criminal prosecution could be commenced. 
The repealed section really afforded little protection 
to the proprietor or editor of a newspaper, for, as the 
late Lord Coleridge, C.J., pointed out in the House of 
Lords, the Director of Public Prosecutions frequently 
issued his fiat for the institution of criminal pro- 
ceedings for libels in newspapers when he ought to 
have refused it. The summons for leave to com- 
mence a criminal prosecution is issued at the Crown 
Office and is returnable before a Judge in Chambers. 
It is a question for the discretion of the Judge 
whether in the circumstances of the particular 
case he shall grant leave, and he will make no order 
unless he is satisfied that the case is one which will 
not be met by a civil action. Further, there is no 
appeal from his decision whether he grant or refuse 
the order. There is no doubt that the above pro- 
vision has proved to be of great value to the Press. 
It will be observed that its advantages are limited 
to " the proprietor, publisher, editor, or any person 
responsible for the publication of a newspaper," as 
to which several points are noticeable. In the first 
place, it affords no protection to the actual composer 
or author of the libel, to the reporter, or the writer 
of any article, even though attached to the staff of 
the newspaper, or to the compositor, all of whom 
are liable to be prosecuted at common law. It is 
• doubtful whether it includes the printer under the 
phrase " person responsible for the publication." 
The Act of 1888, xmlike that of 1881, contains no 
definition of proprietor, so that it is difficult to say 
precisely what construction the Court will put upon 
the term. It would seem urdikely, in the absence 
of any express clause to that effect, that the wide 
meaning given to it in the Act of 1881 will be held 
applicable. Further, it will be noticed that the 
section is confined to newspapers as defined by the 
Act of 1881. Therefore it has no application to 



magazines or monthly trade papers or to any paper 
or pamphlet though printed for sale and containing 
public news and published periodically if such publi- 
cation be at intervals exceeding twenty-six days. 

On the hearing of an application under the above 
section for leave to prosecute the proprietor or 
publisher for the publication of a libel in his news- 
paper, he is frequently in a position to state on 
oath that such publication was made without his 
authority, consent, or knowledge, and did not arise 
from want of due care or caution on his part ; 
in other words, that he has a defence under sect. 7 
of Lord Campbell's Act (6 & 7 Vict. c. 96). This 
may in certain cases materially assist the defendant 
in satisfying the Judge that it is not a case in which 
leave to prosecute should be given. The above 
defence is peculiar to the criminal law. The general 
rule of law is that a principal or master is liable for 
any libel published by his agent or servant, with his 
authority or consent ; and this is true not only as 
regards liability to an action, but also as regards 
criminal liability. Moreover, provided that the agent 
or servant, in publishing such libel, was acting in 
the course of his authorised employment, the master 
is equally liable to an action, though he was totally 
ignorant of the fact of publication ; and, prior to 
Lord Campbell's Act, he would have been criminally 
liable also. 

Now, however, in accordance with the above pro- 
vision, the proprietor or publisher of a newspaper 
is not criminally liable for a libel which has been 
inserted in it without his knowledge or consent 
merely because he has given the editor a general 
authority to publish what he thinks proper therein. 
So, too, the directors of a printing company are not 
criminally liable for a libel contained in a paper 
printed by the servants of the company unless they 
knew of or saw the libel before its publication, or 
gave express instructions for its appearance. 

In all such cases it will be a question for the jury 
whether the publication arose from any want of due 
care or caution on the defendant's part ; and the 
fact that the defendant has employed an editor for 
the management of a particular department of the 
newspaper, and has entrusted to him the business 
of deciding what articles should be inserted in the 
paper, is not necessarily proof of the defendant 
having consented to the publication of the libel by 
him. This defence is available upon the trial of 
any indictment or information for the publication 
of a defamatory libel, or of blasphemous, seditious, 
or obscene words. 

Insurance Against Law Costs. 

An interesting case dealing with this matter came 
before the Court of Appeal in July last in the form of 
an appeal of an underwriter, from a decision of 
Mr. Justice Rowlatt, holding him liable, under an 
insurance policy, to indemnify Messrs. E. Hulton 
& Co., of Manchester, for costs incurred in defending 
an action for libel. The policy effected by Messrs. 
Hulton & Co. and underwritten by the appellant, 
insured them against damages and costs, and set 
out that in the event of an action against them in 
which the claim was likely to exceed £200, " no 
costs shall be incurred without the consent of the 



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THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DlRECtofet'. 



underwriter, but such consent shall not be unreason- 
ably withheld." An action was brought against 
them for alleged libel in certain of their newspapers. 
The defendants pleaded justification, and at the trial 
judgment was given in their favour. The plaintiff 
appealed, and the Court of Appeal ordered a new 
trial. At the second trial Messrs. Hulton & Co. 
again obtained judgment. Before the first action 
came into Court the defendants told the under- 
writer they were going to defend, but he insisted that 
they should tender an apology and attempt a settle- 
ment for a small sum. The plaintiff in the action 
for libel having no means with which to pay the 
costs of the trials, which amounted to £2,343, 
Messrs. Hulton & Co. claimed that amount from 
the underwriter under the policy. When their claim 
was heard, Mr. Justice Rowlatt, giving the judgment 
in their favour which was now appealed against, 
held that although the plaintifE's claim for alleged 
libel was likely to exceed £200, the underwriter was 
not entitled to dictate an apology for saying that 
which had been proved at the trial to be true. 
Further, as he had plainly stated in the correspon- 
dence that he would not consent to the defending of 
the action and urged an apology, he was not entitled 
to demand a formal application for his consent. 
After hearing argument the Court dismissed the 
appeal, thereby affirming Mr. Justice Rowlatt's 
decision. 

Misleading Description of Newspaper. 

In October last a case of interest to the Press came 
before the Chancery Division. In the Vacation 
Court in the preceding month an interim injunction 
had been granted pending trial of the action, restrain- 
ing the proprietors of a provincial city evening paper 
from describing their 4.30 edition as " Late City," 
on the ground that the description was calculated 
to deceive purchasers into the belief that they were 
buying the " Late City " edition of another daily 
newspaper (published in the same city), whose pro- 
prietors had applied for the injunction. A motion was 
made on behalf of the same plaintiffs that the in- 
jimction be made perpetual. It was agreed that 
the motion should be treated as the trial of the 
action. Counsel for the plaintiffs stated that his 
clients had described their 4.30 p.m. edition as the 
" Late City " since 1898. Its circulation was about 
50,000. Up to September the defendants had 
described their 4.30 edition as the " City Special," 
but on the 8th of that month they adopted the 
words " Late City," and moreover copied the make- 
up of the front page of the plaintiffs' paper. For 
the defendants, counsel submitted that the words 
were a description, not of the paper, but merely of 
an edition, and that the plaintiffs could only claim 
an exclusive title to it by showing it to be the only 
name of a paper in the district. His clients did not 
attach any importance to the description, and, 
although they claimed a right to use it, they were 
prepared to agree not to use it. The learned Judge, 
holding there had been an attempt to deprive the 
plamtiffs of an advantage they had long enjoyed by 
the use of the description, granted the perpetual 
injunction asked for, restraining the defendants 
from usmg the description for editions circulated 



between 4.30 p.m. and 6.25 p.m., and from copying 
the plaintiff"' make-up in a way to induce purchasers 
to believe they were buying the plaintiffs' paper, 
the defendants to pay the costs of the motion. 

Copyright in Advertisements. 

In the Chancery Division last July a case came 
before the Court in which it was contended that 
there could be no copyright in an advertisement. 
The learned Judge who tried the case declined to 
accept this view, and in granting an injunction to 
restrain the defendants from exhibiting or using 
copies of the advertisements in question, pointed 
out that the advertisement complained of con- 
tained striking literary phrases which had been 
taken direct from the plaintiffs' advertisement. 
It had been said that there was no copyright in an 
advertisement, but where the advertisement was of 
real literary merit, as in this case, he would be sorry 
to think he could not stop it from being bodily 
copied. 

Contempt of Court. 

During the past year several applications for 
contempt of court against various newspapers came 
before the Courts. The majority of these failed, or 
merely resulted in the defendants being ordered to 
pay the costs of the motion without the imposition 
of a fine. On the other hand, the publishers and 
editors of several well-known newspapers were 
ordered to pay fines of considerable amount and the 
costs of motions to commit them for contempt of 
court, for having published comments on certain 
proceedings which had not taken place in public 
and in respect of which there was a trial still pending. 
Even where the proceedings have taken place in 
public, no comment which is likely to prejudice the 
case is allowed whilst the trial is pending. 

Fines for No Imprint. 

During the past year there has been an unusually 
large number of convictions for printing pamphlets, 
handbills, and documents of various kinds without 
the name and address of the printer. In many 
cases heavy fines were imposed, the magistrates 
emphasising in several of the cases that the defendants 
had rendered themselves liable under the statute 
(the Newspapers, Printers, and Reading Rooms 
Repeal Act, 1869) to fines amounting to thousands 
of pounds. 

Amongst these cases there was one of particular 
interest to newspaper proprietors. The proprietors 
of a well-known newspaper were convicted on two 
charges for printing posters (in connection with a 
Parliamentary bye-election) which failed to bear the 
name and address of the printer and publisher. The 
defendants appealed. The prosecution submitted 
that, under the Corrupt Practices Act, the posters 
were posters " having reference to an election." 
The appellants laid stress on the fact that the posters 
bore on their face the name of their newspaper, and 
contended that the prosecution was an abuse of the 
process of the law. The Court upheld the con- 
victions, but reduced the fines of £50 and £25 re- 
spectively to 10 guineas and 5 guineas. 



THE LATE MR. ALEXANDER DUNCAN, J.R 

"SOUTH WALES NEWS." 



The epidemic of influenza prevalent in the last months of 
1920 claimed among its victims Mr. Alexander Duncan, a 
director of the firm of David Duncan & Sons, proprietors of 
the South Wales News, South Wales Echo and Cardiff Times. 
Mr. Duncan had been in failing health for some time, and 
Buecumbed to an attack of congestion of the lungs, com- 
plicated by asthma, following influenza. After a week's 
illness Mr. Duncan passed away on the morning of Saturday, 
November 20th, at the ago of 67 years. 

Mr. Alexander Duncan was the third son of the late Mr. 
David Duncan, the founder of the Cardiff Times. He was 
educated at Cardiff at the school of Mr. W. Trice, a famous 
educationalist. Later he became a member of the staff of 
the Cardiff Times and subsequently a partner in his father's 
firm. Although an excellent man 
of business and greatly inter- 
ested in newspaper work his 
personal predilections were in 
the direction of athletics. He 
was passionately fond of sport, 
and was one of the first to in- 
troduce the Rugby game into 
Wales, being a playing member of 
the old Glamorgan Rugby Club 
which was in later years amalga- 
mated with the Wanderers on the 
formation of the Cardiff Club. 
Though indifferent health com- 
pelled him eventually to retire 
from active participation in the 
game, he retained his keen interest 
in it to the last, and many were 
his services to the cause of Rugby 
football in the Principality. He 
was the founder, and for some 
years vice-president, of the Welsh 
Bugby Union, and was influential 
in assisting the formation of the 
International Rugby Board, of 
which he became a member. He 
was also a keen devotee of golf, 
being one of the founders of 
the Glamorganshire Club at Pen- 
arth, in which he for many 
years took an active interest, 
both as player and administrator : 
he was also a vice-president of the Welsh Golfing Union. 

But journalism, business and athletics by no means ex- 
hausted his interests. He was a connoisseur of very consider- 
able attainments, the principal objects of his study being 
such objects of art as were more immediately connected 
with his native county. His collections of Swansea and 
Nantgarw china, old Eisteddfod medals, Welsh coins. 
Army medals and local prints were the fruit of years of 
study in these subjects, and attracted the attention of 
other connoisieurs throughout the country, particularly his 
collection of china, which was in some respects unsurpassed. 
The fundamental idea of tiiis collection was to make an 
historical and progressive example of the evolution of the 
pottery industry in South Wales. Gathered over a long 
series of years, and arranged with a view to chronological 
and historical exactness, this collection afforded a won- 
derful illu.stration of the progress of the industry, and 
was of the greatest value and interest in showing its 
development- 




The Late Mr. Alexander Duncan, J.P 



His collection of war medals was perhaps unique, seeing 
that it contained examples covering all the military opera- 
tions of the nineteenth century, and up to the opening of the 
Great War in 1914. One section of special interest contained 
the medals of the old Volunteer Corps, including many 
specimens of those awarded in the rifle contests held in 
Glamorgan in particular. 

The Eisteddfod, that national institution in which Wales 
takes so great a pride, was another object of Mr. Duncan's 
affections. He possessed a most complete and valuable 
collection of the Eisteddfod medals from the year 1789 to 
1832. Many of the specimens were choice examples of the 
art, and the one belonging to the last named date possessed 
the'special interest of having been bestowed upon the bard who 
won it by Queen (then Princess) 
Victoria herself when she visited the 
National Eisteddfod of that year. 
Numismatics was a study that 
had the greatest interest for the 
late Mr. Alexander Duncan. Ho 
possessed many old coins of 
considerable value and great his- 
toric interest, including examples 
produced during Stuart times at 
the mint then set up in Aberyst- 
wj'th Castle. Among the Eis- 
teddfod medals in his collection 
were several that were won by 
the famous bard, Gwallter Mechain, 
better known perhaps as the Rev. 
Walter Davies, who has the 
reputation of being the most 
scholarly bard and Welsh littira- 
teur of his day. Gwallter won 
one of his medals for an ode to 
the gallant General Picton, who 
was killed at Waterloo, the 
occasion being some four years 
later when the Eisteddfod was 
held at Carmarthen. This and 
Gwallter's other medals, which 
were formerly in the possession of 
Colonel Heywood, whose wife 
was a daughter of Gwallter's 
step-daughter, were in Mr. Dun- 
can's remarkable collection. 
It is not by any means usual to find such varying 
tastes as those of the collector and the athlete united 
in one personality. Yet with these widely diverse 
and absorbing interests Mr. Duncan found time for 
other duties than those of his business or his pleasure. 
He was a J.P. for Cardiff and did much to help 
the city in its upward march of progress. At one 
time he travelled widely, but an attack of fever, con- 
tracted while travelling on the Nile, injured his health 
and compelled him to withdraw from many of his former 
activities. 

He married in 1893 a daughter of Mr. Stephens, 
of Redhill, and leaves a daughter and two sons. The 
great esteem in which he was held in the neighbour- 
hood was made evident by the wealth of floral em- 
blems sent in remembrance by the various bodies with 
whom he had been associated, by the staffs of the South 
Wale^ News and the Echo, and by his numerous private 
friends. 



27 



THE LATE MR. JAMES LAW, 

OF "THE SCOTSMAN," THE "WEEKLY SCOTSMAN," AND THE 

"EVENING DISPATCH." 



Mr. James Law, business manager and one of the proprietors 
of The Scotsman, who died on January Sth at his house in 
Learmonth Terrace, Edinburgh, was a remarkable person- 
ality. For sixty -four years (nearly the whole of his working 
life) he was connected with the famous northern journal, 
which owes its present great position so largely to his energy 
and enterprise ; indubitably he was the vital factor in its 
brilliant career. Becoming associated with it in its early 
days, his long life was spent in its service. He was entirely 
devoted to its interests ; it may almost be said that the office 
of the paper was his home, for he was rarely absent from it. 
Bom and educated in Kilmarnock, he had a brief preliminary 
experience in the office of the Glasgow Examiner, his con- 
nection with The Scotsman beginning in 1857, when he 
was nineteen years of age. He was still in active service 
with the same journal when he passed away at the ripe age 
of 82. 

In the now far-off years of Mr. 
Law's youth, a newspaper office 
was a very different place from 
its present prototype. The 
machinery and equipment of 
those days bore no comparison 
with modem plant and fittings. 
Primitive methods of printing were 
still in use, the Paper Duty was 
still in force, though the tax on 
advertising had been repealed in 
1855. With that extraordinary 
foresight which distinguished him 
from the beginning of his career, 
Mr. Law anticipated and prepared 
for those changes and expansions 
in the journalistic world which he 
saw were at hand. The Paper 
Duty was aboUshed in 1861, and 
three years lat«r The Scotsman, 
under the guidance of its enter- 
prising and courageous young 
manager, moved from its old pre- 
mises in High Street to others in 
Cockburn Street. The new offices 
were considered to be among the 
largest and most convenient in 
the kingdom, and the move fitly 
ushered in the era of activity and 
expansion upon which The Scots- 
man now embarked. 

In this larger sphere Mr. Law's 
great abiUties in the direction of 
finance and organisation had full 
scope. He had great ideas, and 
he was fortunate enough to find in Mr. J. R. Findlay, who 
succeeded to the senior proprietorship of the paper in 1870, 
a valuable coadjutor, able to appreciate and willing to forward 
his schemes. Mr. Findlay recognised Mr. Law's powers, 
and aided him with ready and constant support. The young 
manager's plans for the extension of the paper involved 
a considerable outlay, but the expenditure was amply justified 
by the enormous success which followed. Many of the 
improvements in news service, which were later adopted by 
London newspapers, had their origin in Mr. Law's fertile 
resource. In 1866 he leased a private wire between London 
and Edinburgh ; in 1872 he inaugurated the running of 
special trains between Edinburgh, Glasgow and Perth ; later 
on he opened branch offices in London and Glasgow. In all 
these matters he showed himself a pioneer of newspaper 
development, being looked upon as an acknowledged leader 
in journalistic enterprise, though he often found it difficult 
to induce other managers to share his views or to co-operate 
with him in schemes for the advancement of the newspaper 
business. But the driving force which possessed him over- 
«mne all obstacles ; in the end be saw all the schemes which 



The Late Mr. James Law, 



he had initiated brought to successful issues. When The 
Times in London first experimented with a rotary web machine, 
which printed both sides of the sheet at one operation, Mr 
Law co-operated with Mr. Macdonald, adapting the new 
method to the printing of The Scotsman with excellent results. 
Thus came about a revolution in the methods of printing 
which was destined to have wide-reaching results. 

In one respect Mr. Law was singularly happy. He had 
not to wait through long years of anxiety before seeing the 
reward of his labours. The seed sown by his energy and 
foresight speedily bore fruit in the increasing success and 
prosperity of the paper, which, through succeeding years, 
steadily expanded its activities until it attained to the position 
of the leading newspaper in Scotland. The growth of the 
business may be estimated by the fact that in the course of 
years the buildings in Cockburn Street, once deemed so 
palatial, became too small for 
the increased staff, and in 1904 
a move was made into much 
larger offices erected on the North 
Bridge at a cost of £500,000, and 
described at the time as " the 
largest building ever erected in 
Edinburgh by private enterprise." 
This step, which coincided very 
nearly with the jubilee of Mr. 
Law's management, set a fitting 
crown on his arduous labours in 
the cause of newspaper progress. 
One potent factor in Mr. Law's 
success was his open-minded 
readiness to con.sider any new 
suggestions. He was ever in the 
van of progress, and though some 
phases of the modern newspaper 
were obnoxiou? to him, his atti- 
tude in this respect was not the 
result of want of sympathy with 
advancement, but arose from his 
conviction that these tendencies 
were inimical to the dignity of 
the journalistic profession, and to 
the high ideals which he cherished 
and consistently upheld. 

The strenuous activities of his 
business life precluded Mr. Law 
from taking any part in public 
affairs. Though repeatedly in- 
vited to participate in various 
forms of civic work, he invariably 
refused, feeling that, immersed as 
he was in the great work of 
national journalism, he had neither time nor energy to give to 
other matters. 

The Scotsman was his life work, and with it anj-thing that 
would contribute to the uplifting and advancement of news- 
pajier work, and the elevation of the status of the journalist. 
Newspapers he looked upon as a national trust ; how 
worthily he rose to his own conception of the obligations of 
that trust The Scotsman itself bears witness. Whether it will 
maintain its right to the high place he made for it, now that 
his dynamic jiersonality and inspiration is withdrawn, it is 
impossible at the moment to foresee ; at least those who 
come after him will have the inestimable advantage of his 
great example in their task of guiding its destinies, and may 
hopefully aspire to a like success. 

Of his private life it is unnecessary to speak, since his 
many friends can bear testimony to the sterling worth of his 
character and his true kindliness of heart, which was as 
much in evidence on the golf links as in the office or his home. 
He enjoyed in an exceptional degree the blessing of robust 
health, being daily at his office until about three weeks before 
his death. Jp Wm the journalistic world suffers ^ severe Josg, 




28 



THE LATE MR. GEORGE NEVES. 

'^ CHATHAM, ROCHESTER AND GILLINGHAM NEWS." 



To any one who imagines the life of a practical journalist 
to bo one of repose and leisure, we commend a study of the 
strenuous career of the late Mr. George Neves, editor of the 
Chatham, Rochester arid Oillingham Newa, the Journal-Standard 
and the North East Kent Times, who died on Wednesday, 
March 30th, 1921, at his home in Patten's Lane, Rochester, 
at the age of 67. It might almost be said of him that he died 
in harness, since it was but five weeks before that a serious 
heart attack compelled him to rehnquish his editorial duties. 
Ho had been in ill-health for some time, but refused to gjve 
up his work, though curtaiUng his hours, and taking pre- 
cautions against unnecessary exertion. 

The news of his death brought sorrow to a large circle of 
friends both in connection with his newspapers and in private 
life, for he was a man of great personal charm and his influence 
was widespread. On the affection with which the staffs of 
the papers which he directed regarded him it is not necessary 
to enlarge ; the length of years 
which many of them had served 
under his banner is sufiBcient 
proof of the beneficence of his rule. 
He had that intimate appreciation 
of the numerous difificulties which 
must arise in the proper working 
of a newspaper which can only 
come from a personal knowledge 
of the technicalities involved. 

Bom in Sittingboume, Mr. Neves 
began his career as a printer's 
apprentice in the business of the 
late Mr. W. J. Parrett, proprietor 
and editor of the East Kent Gazette. 
A taste for journalism led to his 
becoming a reporter on the Gazette. 
Some years afterwards, hearing 
that the Chatham Neivs was for 
sale, he went into the matter, and 
it was on his advice that Mr. 
Parrett and himself became its 
purchasers, Mr. Neves being 
appointed managing editor. So 
successful was he in his new post 
that in the succeeding years the 
Chatham Sews became, under his 
management, one of the largest 
papers in the county. Five years 
after the purchase of the Chatham 
News the Standard was launched 
under the same auspices, and 
became the most successful mid- 
weekly in Kent. Still later the 
partners purchased the Rochester 

Journal, which they merged with the Standard under the 
title of the Journal-Standard. 

With increasing prosperity came increasing ambitions. 
In 1901 .Mr. Neves purchased the Kentish Independent, into 
which ho infused a new measure of life. In 1904 the 
Independent took over the Plumstead News, and in 1909 the 
Woolwich Oazelte, both papers having since been merged into 
one succesisful mid-weekly. Mr. Neves was also for some 
years the co-proprietor of a series of papers at Norwood, 
which were afterwards disposed of in 1920. He was also for 
several years a director of the Worcester Advertiser. 

Mr. Neves was well known in Fleet Street. He was one 
of the oldest members of the Institute of Journalists, and 
President of the branch in Kent. His services to the pro- 
fession to which he belonged wore acknowledged by his 
election as a Fellow of the IiLstitute. He was also a member 
of the Newspaper Society, and founded a similar society in 
his native county. 

He possessed in large measure the bom journalist's flair 
for good copy. Of his keenness in regard to news it may bo 
here rec^Ued^that on the occasion of the disastrous railway 




The Latk Mb. George Neves 



accident at Sittingboume in 1878, every report of that 
calamity which apiwarcd in the Ijondon papers on the day 
following had been contributed by him. Ho had written 
the copy, travelled to London and left it in i)erson at the 
offices of the principal London dailies. Such enthusiasm for 
his profession was bound to carry him far ; to the end of 
his life he was as keen as the youngest member of his staff. 
He was untiring in his service to his paper, maintaining a 
high standard of excellence, never permitting unduly harsh 
or unju.st criticism to appear in it, though no one could be 
more outspoken when occasion demanded plain speech. He 
rendered great service during the first Parliamentary election 
in North-east Kent, writing much of the copy himself. As 
an instance of his spirit of enterprise, it may be recalled 
that after the destruction of the News offices by fire, he 
installed the first linotype machines used in the county. Ho 
was also the first to introduce a rotary press. 

It might have been assumed 
with reason that his newspaper 
activities afforded him a sufficient 
outlet for his energies. Yet, in 
addition to them, he was inter- 
ested in theatrical enterprise, and 
was the moving spirit in bringing 
down IjOndon companies to 
give performances in Kentish 
towns. He also organised trips 
from Sittingboume to the conti- 
nent, which he frequently himself 
visited. 

Mr. Neves' reputation as a 
journalist extended far beyond 
the borders of provincial news- 
paj)erdom. His work was well 
known to London editors and 
managers, and much valued by 
them. As an instance of the 
esteem in which he was held, it 
may be recalled that when the 
late Mr. Moberly IJoll, of The 
Times, decided to place the 
arrangements for the supply of 
Kent news in the hands of one 
journalist, he made special stipu- 
lation that Mr. Neves should 
retain his position of corre- 
spondent, communicating directly 
with The Times, a mark of con- 
fidence wliich Mr. Neves greatly 
appreciated. 

A man of strong and robust 
character, he upheld the best 
traditions of journalism. Though keen and enterprising to 
a degree, he disliked any form of sensationalism in newspaper 
work. The methods wliich some English papers adopted 
from American journals were extremely distasteful to him, 
and he would never employ them himself. He was large- 
minded, patient, and courteous ; ever ready to lend a hearing 
to an honest expression of opinion. He was indeed a man of 
whom journalists may be proud, for he was constant to the 
highest ideals of his profession. 

Mr. Neves was buried at Sittingboume, his birthplace, his 
residence for many years and the scene of his earliest successes. 
He left a widow, an only son and three daughters to mourn 
his loss, a sorrow which is shared by all who had the privilege 
of knowing him and his work in the cause of journalism. 
His was a personality whicli inspired in tlio* who came 
into direct relations with him the same spirit of enthusiasm 
for and devotion to that cause. As one of his numberless 
friends felicitously expressed it, " The inspiration of his 
presence, the illumination of his counsel, tin? charm of 
his gracious personality is traly lost to ns," but his memory 
wjU survive. 



29 



THE LATE SIR ARTHUR PEARSON, Bart., G.B.E. 



It is with a peculiar interest that the present writer recalls 
the career of Sir Arthur Pearson, for it was in the columns of 
one of the Pearson publications that the young writer's first 
adult literary efforts made occasional appearances. Probably 
very many ambitious, and more or less ultimately successful, 
authors could tell the same tale, for Pearson was always ready 
to gire unknown talent a chance ; and to these the news of 
Sir Arthur's tragic death must have brought a feeling of 
almost personal loss. 

Into the comparatively short period of his fifty-five years 
.\rthur Pearson had crowded many and varied exjjerienees. 
The romantic and the dramatic marked his life out from the 
ordinary lot of mortals. Though he obtained a goodly 
share (if fortune's gifts he never became possessed of the 
colossal wealth which has enriched some of his eontenijioraries, 
but he had something beside which all the wealth in the woild 
counts but as withered leaves — he had the profound esteem 
of his fellow men, the almost 
idolatrous affection of that section 
of them stricken with the terrible 
afflction of blindness to which he 
himself had fallen a victim. 
.\lways in lively sympathy with 
human woes his later years were 
spent in a single-minded devotion 
to the cause of the blind ; it is by 
his work as the founder and 
inspirer of St. Dunstan's that he 
will be remembered rather than 
by his numerous journalistic enter- 
nrises, great though these were. 
He was a man of supreme and 
indomitable courage. He had 
been totally blind for a period of 
about eight years, hut had made 
himself singularly independent of 
all assistance save that which his 
condition rendered absolutely 
necessary. More help than this 
he could never be induced to 
accept from anyone, even from 
those nearest to him in affection, 
and his tragic end was the result 
of this independence of spirit. 
On the morning of Friday, Decem- 
ber 9th, he entered his bathroom 
at the usual hour. As he did not 
appear at breakfast time the 
bathroom was entered, and he 
was discovered dead in the bath. 
From the facts afterwards elicited 
it was clear that he had slipped 
in his bath, struck his head 
against the taps in falling. THE l.ATK SlR Arthur 
and, being thus rendered unconscious, was drowned. 

Born in February, 1866, at Wookey, near Wells, Arthur 
Cyril Pearson was the only son of a country vicar. He was 
educated at Winchester, spent some years in a course of 
miscellaneous reading, and eventually came to London as 
the winner of the prize of a £100 per annum situation in his 
office which had been offered by Sir George Newnes, the 
founder of Tit-Bits. With the increasing pros])erity of that 
periodical the young sub-editor was closely associated, but 
he had greater ambitions for himself than were possible of 
realisation there. He left Newnes, and with the scanty 
capital at his command started Pearson's Weekly. It was a 
bold venture, for his name was quite unknown to the public 
and carried no weight with them. But his resourceful 
imagination hit upon the idea of the Missing Word Com- 
lietition, an idea which gave a tremendous impetus to the 
sale of the new venture ; and until the competition was 
declared by the Courts to be illegal the paper was a huge 
success. Its after career was for some time one of fluctuating 
(jrtunea, but eventually settled down to a steady prosperity. 



Pearson's Weekly was the nucleus of the great publishing 
business which sprang up imder the name of Pearsons, and 
which included Home Soles — an immediate success — a 
monthly illustrated magazine, and numerous other publica- 
tions. 

His success in these directions encouraged Mr. Pearson to 
embark upon the perilous seas of daily journalism. He 
founded the Daily Express, a half-penny morning paper, on 
.4pril 241h, 1900. The new paper was avowedly devoted to 
the interests of Tariff Reform, a cause in which its proprietor 
firmly believed and to the furtherance of which he devoted 
all his energies. His great services in this respect were 
repeatedly acknowledged by that great apostle of Tariff 
Reform, Mr. .Toseph Chamberlain, who characterised Pearson 
as the greatest " hustler " of the age. In process of time 
Mr. Pearson extended the scoj)e of his activities so largely as 
to become the proprietor of a number of newspapers in various 
parts of the country, and of the 
Standard and the Evening Standard 
(the old St. James' Gazette) in 
London. He also acquired a 
controlling interest in jiapers in 
Newcastle, Birmingham and else- 
where. He was extremely anxious 
to obtain The Times when that 
paper was in the market, and 
negotiations were opened, but in 
this ambition he was doomed to 
disappointment, and the historic 
journal passed into the control of 
Lord Northcliffe. 

Beside his interests in the 
newspaper world Mr. Pearson had 
a jiassionate love of country life. 
At his beautiful home at Fren- 
sham, in Surrey, he had a large 
number of horses, and at one time 
undertook the breeding of horses 
on a large scale. But the enter- 
jirise was not, from a financial 
standpoint, very successful, and 
he returned to his first love, 
journalism. 

His intense love of children was 
shown by the foundation in 1892 
of the Fresh Air Fund, established 
for the purpose of giving poor 
children a day's outing in the 
country. The report for 1921 
just issued states that the Fund 
" has, during the past 30 years, 
brought Heaven for a day to 
4,359,600 poor children of the 
slums." His Majesty the King 
takes a great interest in the Fund and is an annual 
subscriber. But, great a? was this work for the children, 
it pales into insignificance beside the magnitude of what 
may be fitly designated his life-work — his care for the 
blind. To one of bis ardent temperament and amazing 
energy blindness must have seemed the most ciuil of 
all afflictions. It cut him off, in the prime of life and 
success, from all his activities ; it left him stranded on the 
highway of hfe. But it was then that his true greatness of 
character became ajjparent. Refusing to be overwhelmed 
by this calamity he, in his own words, " made of that 
calamity an opj)ortunity " of supreme service to his fellow 
sufferers. The war gave him his unique chance, and he 
flung himself heart and soul into the work of helping those 
blinded in the war to take up life again with courage, hope, 
and cheerfulness as " normal men." St. Dunstan's remains 
Sir Arthur Pearson's most enduring monument, and in the 
eyes of those who loved him he needs no other. 

Sir Arthur was made a baronet in 1916. He leaves a widow, 
two daughters and a son, who succeeds to the title, 




Pearson, Bart., G.B.E. 



30 

THE LATE MR. G. W. TAYLOR, J.P., C.C. 

"ESSEX WEEKLY NEWS" 



Mr. George Woodland Taylor, whose death was recorded 
on November 23rd, 1921, was for many years identified with 
the oivio life of his county as well as with one group of its 
foremost newspapers. The son of the late Mr. John Taylor, 
the founder of the Essex Weekly Nvwt series of newspapers, he 
was associated with the business practically all his life. On 
the completion of his education at King £dward the Sixth 
Grammar School at Chelmsford, he entered his father's office 
and worked in every department of the business in turn. To 
this thorough grounding he no doubt owed much of his 
success in after life, while his constant association with his 
father was an invaluable training. The death of his elder 
brother led t<> Mr. George Taylor's assumption of the position 
of managing director of the firm. 

A true son of his county Mr. Taylor identified himself with 
its interests on every possible occasion, serving them with a 
continual devotion. In 1892 he was elected to the Town 
Council of Chelmsford as a repre- 
sentative of the South Ward, 
and from that time he was con- 
tinuously in the service of the 
borough. In 1900 he was elected 
to the Aldermanio bench, being at 
the time of his death senior 
Alderman. He held the office of 
Mayor of Chelmsford seven times, 
the first being in 1898. In 1903 
he had the honour of receiv- 
ing Lord Roberts on the opening 
of the Drill Hall, and also of 
presiding at the presentation of 
the freedom of the borough to 
Sir Evelyn Wood on his appoint- 
ment as Field-Marshal. In a 
subsequent year of office he wel- 
comed the first Bishop of Chelms- 
ford to the diocese and took part 
in the first sitting of the Chelms- 
ford Diocesan Conference. He 
was in office when war broke out 
in 1914. and had greatly increased 
opportunities of civic service in 
the emergencies which arose in 
consequence of the war. Of 
these opportunities he availed 
himself to the full, and his work 
was warmly acknowledged by 
those who profited by it. 
Especially was he a friend to the 
soldiers quartered in the town, 
his care for them eliciting the 
hearty thanks of General Heath 
and General Lord Salisbury. 

During his second mayoralty 
Mr. Taylor was made J.P. for the county and was a regular 
attendant on the Chelmsford bench. Later he became one 
of the visiting Justices of Chelmsford Prison, and he also 
served on the County Licensing Committee. 

As chairman of the Finance Committee his sound financial 
and business acumen were invaluable. He was responsible 
in large measure for the purchase by the Council of the 
Chelmsford Gas Works, and took a large share in its subse- 
quent management. He was very happy in his handUng of 
troubles arising out of strikes and demands for higher wages, 
his cool and impartial judgment enabling him to find a satis- 
factory solution of the problems that presented themselves. 

His chairmanship of the Education Committee was 
marked by the erection of the new Council Schools in 
Trinity Road. The cause of better education aroused his 
warmest sympathies : he was untiring in his efforts to 
improve the elementary education of the town. 

Hia public work for the borough led naturally to a demand 




The late Mk. G. W. Taylor, J. P., C.C, 



for a larger sphere for his energies in work for the county. In 
1919 he was elected as the second representative of Chelms- 
ford on the Essex County Council, a fitting recognition of his 
great services to the town. He speedily made his mark in 
Council work, the question of economy in County administra- 
tion being one to which he addressed himself with peculiar 
zeal, his clearly reasoned arguments proving an effective 
check to the extravagance of some schemes that were put 
forward. 

The list of his activities might be almost indefinitely 
prolonged, but it must suffice to mention his connection with 
the Chelmsford and Essex Hospital and Dispensary, which 
was productive of much useful work, and his services in the 
cause of Conservatism, of which he was a strong supporter. 
He was a director of the Chelmsford Club, and associated 
with many other institutions in the town. As a newspaper 
proprietor he took a warm interest in the Newspaper Society, 
being a regular attendant at its 
meetings, while the Newspaper 
Press Fund found in him an 
ever generous supporter. 

The record of his public life 
may seem to overshadow that of 
his joumaUstic career. But it 
would be incorrect to assume that 
his interest in this was only 
secondary. On the contrary it 
was his first care, particularly 
during the years of war when the 
difficulties of conducting the busi- 
ness under such changed conditions 
absorbed the major part of his 
time. He took a real interest in 
every one engaged in the bead 
and branch offices of the News 
and its companion journals, and 
was intensely proud of the high 
standard prevailing in the various 
departments. He was greatly 
beloved by all the staff of the 
Essex Weekly News, and his death 
which occurred with startling 
suddenness, at the age of 58, will 
be lamented not only by them 
but by that immense circle to 
whom his public services and his 
private virtues had so greatly 
endeared him. 

Mr. Taylor had married in 1892 
Miss Frances Amy Girling who 
survives him. His only son was 
killed in 1917 while serving with 
the 2nd Essex Regiment. He 
leaves an only daughter. 
Sincere sympathy was extended to Mrs. Taylor and her 
daughter as well as to other members of the deceased's family, 
and a very large number of letters and messages were received. 
One of the points in connection with the business in which 
he took the greatest pride was the long service of many 
members of the staff, some of whom have been associated 
with its various activities for more than half a century and 
are able to look back over the whole period of the late 
.Mr. Taylor's business career. Nowhere will his passing be 
more sincerely mourned than among those who had the 
privilege of working with him so long. 

By a strange coincidence a meeting of the Finance Com- 
mittee of the Town Council was summoned for the evening 
of his death, and the Deputy-Chairman had scarcely finished 
expressing regret for the absence of the Chairman through 
illness when the startling news of his death was received, 
creating a very sad impression. Chelmsford has lost a citizen 
whose place it will be difficult to fill. 



31 



THE LATE MR. J. S. WOOD. 

FOUNDER AND PROPRIETOR OF ''THE GENTLEWOMAN." 



The truth of the saying that it is the really busy persons 
who can always find time for another duty is admirably 
exemplified in the career of the late Mr. Joseph Snell Wood, 
founder of the well-known weekly paper, " The Genllew07mn," 
and chairman and managing director of the company. Mr. 
Wood had been ill for a long period, and his death at the 
age of 68 which occurred on December 20th, 1920, was not 
nnexpeotcd. But his loss will be felt severely, not only 
among the circle of his intimates and among his business 
connections, but by those numerous institutions and causes 
for which he was for half his lifetime so devoted a voluntary 
worker, and for which he was instrumental in raising the 
astonishing sum of some £500,000. Several of these organisa- 
tions owed their inception to him, as, for instance. The Society 
of Woman Journalists, which he founded in 1893, and of 
which he was for three years the Honorary Director. He 
created a benevolent fund for the benefit of its members, 
and also gave them facilities . 
through its agency for free medical ' 
and legal aid and advice. Another 
of his creations was the Children's 
Salon, which he inaugurated in 
1898 in connection with " The Oen- 
tUwoman" the object of the Salon 
being to encourage the children 
of the well-to-do classes to work 
for those less fortunately circum- 
stanced. As an outcome of the 
movement, the members of the 
Salon have endowed and main- 
tained cots in many of the 
Children's Hospitals in London, 
and engaged in other works of 
charity among the poor. This 
admirable organisation alone 
would have been sufiicient to 
mark Mr. Wood as a genuine 
philanthropist, since there can be 
no truer work for humanity than 
to stimulate in the children of the 
fortunate classes a desire of help- 
ing those less happy than them- 
selves. But the Salon was only 
one of Mr. Wood's labours for 
others. The bulk of his energies 
was devoted to hospital work, but 
anything that tended to help or 
to alleviate the ills of others made 
an instant appeal to bis goodness 
of heart. 

The record of his voluntary 
work is astonishing, doubly so in 
view of the fact that he was never robust, and that in his 
youth his school career had been seriously impeded by re- 
curring intervab of ill-health. His early experience of ill- 
ness and its handicap in life made him peculiarly sympathetic 
to the work of hospitals and kindred institutions. 

The business of conducting a popular illustrated weekly 
paper is in itself no sinecure. Yet Mr. Wood expended on 
his other activities fully the equivalent of the time occupied 
by his professional duties. It will be easily understood 
that his own statement that he could only get through by 
working night and day, was no exaggeration of the truth, 
but merely a simple assertion pf fact. Let any one who 
has had but a slight experience of voluntary work count up 
the_ hours he has stolen from his leisure in the service of but 
a single cause ; and then calculate the sacrifice of time and 
self involved in the thirty-five years of Mr. Wood's work 
for not one object, but a dozen. He never spared himself 
in any cause which he had at heart, and more than once he 
was warned of the danger he was incurring from over-work 
and consequent strain. 

Mr. Wood's philanthropic work began early. He was 




The Late Mr. 



only twenty -three years of age when he became secretary of a 
small hospital in Chelsea in which the late Lord Glenesk, 
a life-long friend, was interested. When he took up the 
work the institution had no more than eight beds and an 
annual income of £200 ; when he left there were nearly sixty 
beds, and the hospital possessed a revenue of £2,200 per 
annum from subscriptions — an eloquent testimony to the 
value of his work. For nine years he was Honorary Secretary 
of the Chelsea Hospital for Women, which owed its existence 
to his energies, and for many years he continued a member 
of the Council. For five years he was Honorary Secretary 
of the Bolingbroke Hospital, founded by the Rev. Canon 
Erskine Clarke. He was appointed a member of the Organis- 
ing Committee for raising the Coronation gift to King Edward 
VII., a member of the Committee of Princess Frederica's 
Convalescent Home, of the Council of the Hospitals Associa- 
tion, the Queen's Commemoration Fund, and the' Soldiers 
and Sailors' Families Association. 
For the latter, instituted on behalf 
of the families of those who lost 
their lives in the South African 
War, he succeeded in raising the 
sura of nearly £20,500. 

His work for the Irish Industries 
Association will not readily be 
forgotten. This movement origin- 
ated, after the Irish Exhibition of 
1886, in the industries established 
by a number of ladies on their 
Irish estates. Some years after 
its initiation a great step forward 
was made, at tlie instance of (the 
late) Lady Londonderry, the Presi- 
dent, by the combination and co- 
operation of all these ladies, form- 
ing one movement. In referring, 
in June, 1904, to this organisa- 
tion, by means of which a market 
had been created in London for 
Irish peasant work, Mr. Wood 
remarked that through its agency 
a sum of nearly £100,000 had been 
realised for the poor in Ireland. 

Though he never asked for nor 
expected any recognition of his 
manifold labours of love, it was 
not to be imagined that his many 
friends and coadjutors would be 
willing to let his great activities in 
the cause of charity pass without 
acknowledgement. In 1904 a 
number of his friends resolved on 
presenting him with a token of their regard and appreciation. 
On June 9th of that year he was presented with portraits 
of himself and the late Mrs. Wood, admirably painted by 
the Hon. John Collier, the artist whom Mr. Wood had himself 
selected. The presentation was made by the Marchioness 
of Londonderry in the presence of a distinguished company, 
which included many of his fellow-workers in various fields. 
The fact that the presentation was made in the historic and 
beautiful setting of Londonderry House lent an added 
charm to an interesting occjvsion. A gratifying feature of 
the affair was the announcement that the sum anticipated 
had been greatly exceeded, and the amount was subscribed 
entirely by private friends without any appeal to the public — 
an unique testimony to the esteem in which Mr. Wood was 
held by those who knew him and liis work for others. 

Mr. Wood was largely interested in daily and weekly 
papers. He was a sincere and honourable EngHsh gentle- 
man, the most unselfish and amiable of men. His loss will 
be greatly mourned, for in the field in which he was so devoted 
a worker the harvest is always ready, but the labourers are 
notably few. 



Wood. 



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COMPLETE ALPHABETICAL INDEX 



TO 



BRITISH NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, REVIEWS, AND PERIODICALS 

"WITH THE PA.GB3S AT WHICH: FULL DESCRIPTIONS IHAY BE FOUND. 



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



PAGE 

A 1 Time Table (Edinburgh) M 219 
A BC Railway Guide ., M 219 
„ „ (Carlisle)' M 219 

II ,, (Salop and 

County).. M 219 

lBCTimeTable(Pborou6h1M 219 
„ „ „ (Bristol) M 219 

.1 „ „ (Cardiff) M 219 

.1 I, „ (Aberdeen) M 219 

Alwravon News (Porthcawl) W 162 
Abercam Weekly Argus . . W 101 
Aberdare Express . . . . W 101 
„ Leader . . W 101 

Aberdeen Book-Lover H Y 219 

„ Catholic Herald . . W 189 
„ Chamber of Com- 
merce Journal Q 219 
„ Free Press . . D 189 
,, Dally Journal .. D 189 
I, Evening Express D 189 
11 Evening Gazette D 189 
I, Grammar School 

Mag. 8 Y 219 
„ University Bulletin 

H Y219 

,, University Reviews Y 219 

„ Weekly Free Press W 189 

•I II Journal., iff 189 

Abergavenny Chronicle . . W 101 

,1 Pocket A.B.C. M 219 

Abergele Times .. .. W 101 

,1 Visitor . . W 101 

I, Weekly News . . ^ lOl 

AbertlUery Weekly Argus . . VT 101 

Aberystwyth Despatch . . W 101 

Abingdonian . . . . 3 Y 219 

Abkari Q 219 

Abolitionist M 219 

Abstainer M 219 

Accountant W 81 

Accountants' Journal . . M 219 

II Magazine .. M 219 

II Manual,, H Y 219 

,1 Notes . . eY 219 

Aecrington Advertiser 2 W 101 

II Gazette .. W 101 

I, Observer 2 W 102 

Acetylene M 219 

Across the Rockies . . • - Q 219 
. •( „" Seas .. .. :^219 

Active Service 'VV 219 

Acton Gazette.. yff 94 

. .. Post W 94 

A«tor ■W219 

Adaain \j- J24 

Advanced Styles H Y 219 

Advent Testimony Bull. .. M 219 

Adventure \^ 219 

Advertiser (Blackpool) .. xp- 219 
" . ,(Droghe<la) 2 W 210 
Advertiser's Aid Q 219 

., Weekly.. .. W 219 

Advertising World .. .. M 219 
Adviser .. M 219 

Advocate (Shirley) ,. .. W 170 

Aeroplane W 81 

Africa and Orient Review '. . M 219 

African Telegraph .. .. M 219 

I, .World .. .. w 2'io 

Agents Journal ,, w 22<j 

Agricultural Education .. M 220 

1, Gazette . . . . P 220 

M News . . . . P 220 

Alrdrie Advtrtiser .. .. W 189 

*'r M 220 



-Aircraft 
Alauda 



Engineering 



PAGI 

.. W 220 

.. M 220 

S Y 220 

Albanian .. .. 8Y 220 

Albion Church Messenger . . M 220 

„ News 'Wr 220 

Alcestcr Chronicle . . . . W 102 
Aldeuhauian ,. 3 Y 220 

Alderley Advertiser 

(Wilmslow) W 184 

Aldersgate Magazine . . M 220 

Aldcrshot Offlcial Directory M 220 

„ News .. W 102 

I, Gazette .. .. W 102 

Allord Gazette W 102 

Alfreton Journal . . . . W 102 
Alleyns School Magazine 3Y 220 
Alleynian . . . . 6 Y 220 

Alliance News (Manchester) M 220 
All Sporte Illus. . . ., W 220 
„ the World . . . . Q 220 

Alloa Advertiser . . . . W 189 

,, Circular W 189 

., Journal W 189 

Allotments and Gardens . . M 220 

Alma Mater — 220 

Alnwick Gazette . . . . W 102 

,, Guardian .. .. W 102 

Alpiue Joiunal . . Q 220 

Alton Mail W 102 



Altriucham Advertiser 

,, Guardian 
Alytli Guardian 
„ Gazette 
A.M. A 



W 102 

2 'W102 

.. "W 190 
.. W 190 
10 Y 220 



Amalgamated Engineers 

Monthly Journal M 220 



Amateur Gardening 

It Mechanic .. 

I, Photographer 

,1 Trader 
America Latina 
American Agriculturist 

„ Art News.. 

Historical Review 



W 81 

— 220 
"W 220 

— 220 
P 220 

■W 220 
W 220 
Q 220 



II Journal of Science M 220 

I. II of Inter. 

Law Q 220 

II Machinist.. .. W 82 

I, Organ Cabinet . . — 220 

Amman Valley Chronicle . . W 102 

AmpthiU News . . . . W 102 

Ampleforth Journal ,. 8 Y 220 

Amusements (Hull) . . vr 220 

Analyst M220 

Ancient Egypt .. .. Q 220 

,\n Deo Gr^ine . . . , M 220 

Andover Advertiser . . . ! W 103 

Angler Q 220 

Anglers' News P 220 

Anglican ThirdOrderMagazlne Q 220 

Anglo-American Times .. M 220 

" i.„,i';^ '''^'^'' ■■M220 
II telt(Cavan) .. .. "W 9^9 

I, Norwegian Journal .! M 220 

i. Swedish Trade Journal M 220 

Angola Missionary Magazine M 2-.i0 

Animalia .. .. .. — 220 

Animal World ..10. 221 

Animals' Defender . . . . M 221 

I. Friend .. .. M 221 



PAOE 
Annalsof Applied Biology Q 221 
„ Bolus Herbarium . . — 221 
Botany .. .. Q 221 
Holy Chil(lhoo<i 3 Y 221 
of Medical History Q 221 
Natural History . . M 221 
„ Surgery . . M 221 
„ Tropical Jledlcine Q 221 
.\nnandale Observer.. .. W 190 
„ Herald (Locker- 
bie) W '200 

„ Record (Locker- 
bie) W 200 

Answers W 221 

Library .. 'W 221 

Anti-Cutting Record.. .. M 221 
Antiquaries Journal Q 221 

Anti-Slavery Reporter ..4Y 221 
Anti- Vaccination Journal . . M 221 

Appeal M 221 

Apple Q 221 

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

Ararat M 221 

Arbitrator . . ' . . . . M 221 
Arbroath Guide .. ..WlOO 
„ Herald . . . . W 190 
Arclucologia Cambrensis H Y 221 
Archffiologicai Cantiana . . — 221 
„ Journal . . Q 221 

Architect W 82 

Architects' Journal .. .. W 82 
Architectural Asso'tion J'u'l M 221 
,1 Association 

Sketch Book Q 221 
„ Journal . . M 221 

„ Review .. M 221 

Archives of Radiology . . M '221 
Ardingly Annals .. ..3Y221 
Ardrossan Herald . . . . W 190 
Argyleshire Adverti8er(Loch- 

gilphead) .. W 200 

Arniachlan — 221 

Armagh Guardian .. W 207 

Armley News W 103 

Army and Navy Gazette . . 'W 82 
,, List (Offlcial) .. .. Q 221 

„ Orders M 221 

„ Quarterly . . Q 221 

Arrow 3 Y 221 

Arrowsnnth's Railway Guide M 221 

Ars Quatuor Coronatorum 3 Y 221 

Art Prices Current .. .. M 221 

„ Teachers' Guild Record H Y 221 

„ Trade Journal . . M 221 

„ Workers Quarterly . . Q 221 

Artists' Rifles Journal .. Q 221 

Ashbourne Advertiser 2 W 103 

„ News .. W 103 

„ Telegraph .. W 103 

Ashburton Guardian . . W 103 

Ashore and Afloat . . . . M 221 

Ashton Advertiser . . . . W 221 

„ Evening Standard D 103 

„ Herald .. W 103 

I, Reporter .. .. 'W 103 

„ Standard .. .. W 103 

Ashtoii's Time Tables .. M 221 

Ashvillc Magazine .. — 221 

Asiatic Review ., .. Q 221 

Aspinall's Law Reports .. Q 221 

Associated Accountants' 

Jonrnal Q 221 



PAOB 

Assurance Agents' Chronicle "W 221 

„ Review .. .. M 222 

Assure M 222 

Astral Ladder Q 222 

Atherstone Express . . . . "VV 104 
II Herald .. .. W 104 
•I News .. W 104 
,1 Observer . . . . W 104 
At Home and Abroad , . M 222 
Athletic News (Manchester) W ISO 
Auckland Chronicle (Bishop- 
Auckland) 'W 109 

Auction Gazette . . . . M 222 

Auk Q 222 

Austin's Monthly Magazine M 222 
Australasian Trade Journal Q 222 
Austral Avian Record . . — 222 

Author 4 Y 222 

Auto W 222 

Autocar ■vy §2 

Autocycle 'W 222 

Automobile and Carriage 

Builders' Journal M 222 
II Engineer .. .. M 222 
Automotor Journal .. .. Tff 82 
Avalon Independent (Glas- 
tonbury) W 133 

Aviation P 222 

Avouniouth Mail (Bristol) . . W 114 

Aylsham and Reepham Post W 104 

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

,, Advertiser .. .. W 190 

,, Observer \V' 190 

Ayrshire Post 'W 190 



Baby Banting Stories .. Jf 222 
acon-Shakespeareau .. 222 

Bacon's Oxford A.B.C. .. M 222 
Bacnp Chronicle . . W 104 

I, Times W 104 

Badminton Magazine . . M 222 

Baeda 3Y222 

Bag Trader jj 222 

Bailie (Glasgow) . . . . \^ 195 
Baily's Magazine . . . M 222 
Baird's Irish Railway Guide M 222 
Baker and Confectioner . . W 222 
Bakers' Record . . . . \^ 82 

11 Review .. .. "yy 222 
Balliam and Streathani 
Mercury •yy 94 

Balham and Tooting News.. 'W' 94 

Ball Room j^ 222 

Ballina Herald ,. .** \^ 207 

Ballymena Observer . . . . W 20" 

„ Weekly Telegiaph W 207 

Ballynioney Free I'less . . W 207 

Baltic Review M 222 

Banbridge Chronicle .. W '208 

Banbury Advertiser . . . . W 104 

„ Guardian .. .. W 104 

Bancroftian .. ,. B-M 222 

Band of Hope Chronicle . . M 222 

II II Reciter .. M 222 

II II Review .. M 222 

I, of Mercy ., M 22J 



COMPLETE BRITISH ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



S3 



piai 
Banditnan ind Songster , . F ttZ 
Bancr'Bc Amserau Cyinni 



Bangor News . . 


.. W 104 


„ Observer 


.. WIM 


BaiilTshire Ailvertiser 




(liiickle) 


. W IBl 


„ Herald (Keith) 


.. W 1»8 


„ Jiuiriml (Banff) 


.. W 190 


,, Reporter (I'ortioj) W 202 


Banjo WorUt . . 


.. M 222 


Banker's Journal 


.. M 222 


„ Magnstine . . 


.. M 222 


Banner of Israel 


. . W 222 


„ of the Covenant 


. . Q 22S 
Q 222 


„ of Tinth 


Baptist Monthly 


.. M222 


„ Record 


.. M 222 


„ Times 


.. W S2 


Bard 


.. Q 222 


Barking Advertiser . . 


. . w lor. 


„ Chronicle . . 


.. W 105 


Barmouth Advertiser 


. . W 105 


Barnes Herald 


.. W 94 


Barnet 11 ess . . 


.. W 105 


Banioldswick Pioneer 


.. W 105 


Bams)>urian . . 


B-M 222 


Bamsley ABC Railway Guide M 222 


„ Chronicle . . 


.. W lOS 


„ Independent 


.. W 105 


Barrhead News 


.. W 190 


Barrovlan (Isle of Man) 


3-Y 222 


„ (Barrow) . . 


. - 222 


Barrowford Leader . . 


. . W 105 


Barrow Guardian 


. . W 105 


„ News . . 


. . W 105 


Barry Dock News 


.. WlOfi 


„ Herald .. 


.. W 10(i 


Bath Chronicle . , D & W KW 


„ Diwesan Gazette 


. . M 222 


„ Herald .. .. Di W 106 


„ Observer.. 


. "W 106 


„ Railway Guide .. 


. . M 222 


Batley Free Press . . 


.. W lOfl 


„ News 


.. W lOB 


,, Reporter 


.. W 106 


Bayswater Chronicle 


.. W 94 


Bazaar, E.Ychange & Mart 


2-W 82 


Beacon 


.. M222 


Beama 


.. M222 



Beaumont Review . . 8-Y 222 

Beckenham Advertiser . . W 10(i 
„ Chronicle . . W 106 

„ Journal . . , . W 107 
„ Times .. .. W 107 
Bedale Chronicle . . W 156 

Bedford Daily Circular . . D 107 
„ Record . . W 107 

„ Ex|irc6S (Biggleswade) W 108 
„ Tues. Telegraph(Luton)W 14« 
„ Sat. Telegraph (Luton) W 148 
„ Standard (Bedford) .. W 107 
„ Times (Bedford) .. W 107 
Bedworth Guardian (Nun- 
eaton) .. .. W l.iS 
„ News .. W 107 

„ Observer .. .. W 107 
Bee-Uive Booklet . . M 223 

No. 22 . . M 223 



Beeiii' 

Beekeeper's Gazette . . 
,, Record .. 

Beeston Gazette 

Bee World 

Belfaat Telegraph 

„ News Letter . . 

„ Weekly News 

,, ,, Telegraph. 

Believers' Friend 

„ Magazine . . 
„ Pathway .. 
Belle Vue Magazine . . 
Bellman (Perth) 
BellshiU Speaker 
Bclper News W 107 



ve M 223 

M 223 

M 223 

W 107 

M 223 

D 208 

D 208 

W 208 

W 208 

M 223 

M 228 

M228 

~ 223 

W 201 

W 190 



Benscm's Railway Guide . . M 223 
Berean Kipositor . . . . M 228 
Berkeley Cfazette .. .. "W 107 
B«rkhamsted Gazette . . 'W 107 
Berkhamstedian .. ..3-7 233 
Berks Advertiser (Walling- 

ford) W 180 

Berkshire Chronicle (Read- 
ing) W 164 

Berkaliire Gazette (Woking- 
ham) .. . W 186 
Bgrrow's Worcester Journal 'W 185 
Berwick Advertiser . . . . W 107 
,, Journal .. W 107 

„ Mercury . . W 10" 

Berwickshire Advertiser 

(Duns) .. W 193 
„ News (Duns) W 193 



PAOI 

Best Way Fashloni .. .. —MS 
Bethnal Green News . . W 94 

Better Business .. .. Q 22:i 
Betl wys y-Coed News . . w 107 
Beverley Guardian . . . . W 107 
Bexhill Chronicle . . W 103 

„ Observer .. 'W lot 

Bexley Heath Observer . . W 108 
Bible Call B-M 223 

„ in the World .. .. M '2'23 

,, Unds Q 223 

„ Monthly . . M 223 

„ Society Gleanings . . M 223 

„ Student .. .. Q 223 

Blbtiotheca .Sacra . . . . Q 223 

Bicester Advertiser .. .. W 108 

Bicycling News (Binning- 



ham) 


M 223 


Bi.ldulpli Chronicle .. 


W 108 


I'.idefonl Weekly Gazette . 


W los 


Biggleswade Chronicle 


W 108 


Billiard Flayer 


M 223 


Bill Poster 


M 223 


Bio-Chemical Journal 


. — 223 


Biometrika 


Q 223 


Bioscope 


W223 


Bird-Lover 


— •>23 


Bird Notes 


M 22:< 


„ and News 


Q 223 


Birkenhead Advertiser 2 W 108 


„ News 2 W los 


Birmingham ABC Tables . 


M 223 


„ Catholic Maga- 




zine .. 


M 223 


„ Catholic News 


W lOS 


„ Chamber of Com 




merceJournai 


M223 


„ Daily Mail 


D 109 


,, Diocesan Maga 




zlne . . 


M 223 


„ Gazette .. 


D 108 


,, Medical Review 


M 223 


„ Miillnnd Inst. 




Magazine 


5 Y 223 


News .. 


W 109 


Post 


D 109 


„ Stock Exchange 




List .. 


D 223 


Weekly Post .. 


W 109 


Birstall News 


W 103 


„ Herald 


W 101) 


Bishops Castle Advertiser . . 


W 10!) 


BitsofFim 


W 223 


Blackburn Catholic News . . 


W 110 


„ Times 


W no 


„ Weekly Telegraph 


W no 



Blackheath Local Guide 
Blackmore's Catalogue 

Fashions 
Blackpool Gazette . . 
„ Guide 
„ S.S. Leader 
Times 



F 223 
of 

. . Q 223 
3 W 110 
..W 223 
.. W 223 
2 W 110 



Blacksmith & Wheelwright M 2'23 



Blackwood W. Argus 
Blackwood's Magazine 
Blaenavon Weekly Argus 
Blairgowrie Advertiser 
Blandford Herald . . 
Blaydon Courier 
Blessed be Egypt 
Blind Advocate 

Bloxhamist M 224 

Blue 8Y224 



W 110 
.. M 223 
.. W 110 
.. W 190 
.. W 110 
■W 110 
224 
224 



!§: 



Magazine 
Bliindellian 
BlythNews .. 

B.M.G 

Board of Trade Journal 

M H »> ■ ■ 

Bodleian 



M 224 

B-M 224 

2 W 110 

B-M 224 

W 82 

, M '224 

. . M 224 
Quarterly Record Q 224 
Bognor Obsei*ver .. .."W HO 

Boiler Maker M 224 

Bolton Catholic Herald . . 'Will 
f, Evening News Dm 

„ Journal .. W lU 

Boltonian M 224 

Bondars' Russian Journal .. F 224 

Bond of Peace Q 224 

Bondholder's Register . . I' 224 
Bo'ness Journal . . . . "W 190 
Book Auction Records . . Q 224 
Book-keepei's' Magazine i-Y 224 

„ Index ^W '224 

„ Lover Q 224 



„ Post 

,, Prices Current . . 
Bookman 

Bookman's Journal .. 
Books for the Balms 

,, of To-day 
Bookseller 



M '224 
M 224 
M 224 
M 224 
— 224 
M 224 
M 224 



PAQl 

Boosey's Brum and Fife 

Journal M 224 

Bootle Herald .. ..'Will 

„ Times .. -W 111 

llixitman 'W 224 

Border Churchman .. .. M 224 
„ .Magazine .. M 224 

„ SUndanI (Gala-shiels) W 196 
„ I'elegraph (Galashiels) 'W 195 
Borough of West Ham Ex- 
press (Stratford) 2 W 94 
„ Polytechnic News M 221 
Boston Guardian .. ^W HI 

liotanic Garilen .. — 224 

Bournemouth Amusements 'Vf 224 
A. B.C. .. M 224 

Daily Echo .. D m 
Graphic .. -W 111 
,, Ouardian .. 'W lU 

„ Times 2 'W HI 

Bourne's Insurance Guide . . M 224 
Bourneville Works Magazine M 224 
Bouverie Series of Id. Stories — 224 

Bovian Q 224 

Bow Bells W 224 

Bowes Park Weekly News 'W 94 

Boxing W 82 

Boxing 'W 224 

World .. 'W 224 

Box .Maker's Journal.. .. M 224 
Boys' Brigade Gazette . . M 224 

„ Cinema 'W 224 

,, Friend 'W 224 

„ „ Library . . . . M 224 

„ Herald 'W 224 

,, Own Paper .. M 221 

,, „ Library .. M 224 

„ Pictorial .. ■ .. .. — 82 
,, and Girls' M<igazine .. M 224 
Boy .Scouts' Gazette . . . . M 224 

B.P W 225 

Bra<lllel<l College Chronicle 5-Y 226 
Bradford Railway Guide . . M '2'24 
Br.idford Catholic Herald .. W 112 
,, Chamber of Tra^le 

Jcjurnal .. .. — 225 
,, Daily Argus .. D 112 
,, ,, Telegraph .. D 112 

„ Pioneer . . 'W 112 

,, Socialist Vanguard M 226 
,, Trade Journal . . M 225 

Bradfordian 225 

Bradley's Time Table . . M 225 

Bradshaw's Railway Guide. . M 226 

„ ContinentalGuide M 225 

„ Manchester „ .. M 225 

„ Through Koutea M 225 

Braille Literary Joiu-nal . . M 225 

„ Mail W 225 

„ Alnsical Magazine . . M 225 

Brain Q 225 

Braintree Gazette . . W 112 

Branksome Herald (Poole).. W 162 
Brass Band Journal . . . . M 225 

,, World M 225 

Bray Herald W 209 

Bi-azenose . . H-Y 225 

Brear's Monthly Diary .. M 225 
Brechin Advertiser . . . . 'W 191 

Brecon County Times .. 'W H2 

„ Express .. 'W 112 

Breconlan .. .. 3-Y 225 

Brentwoodiau. . .. .. Q 225 

Brewer and Wine Merchant M 225 
Brewers' Gazette . . . . P 82 

„ Journal .. .. M 226 

Brewing Trade Review . . M 225 
firewood Courier . . . . W 113 

Bric-a-Brac Q 225 

Brick and Pottery Trades 

Journal M 225 

liridgen'a Midlands Guide . . M 225 
Bridge of Allan Gazette 'W 101 
Bridgnorth Journal . . . . 'W 113 
Bridgwater Independent . . "W 113 
„ Mercury .. W 113 

Bridlington Chronicle .. 'W 113 
„ Free Press .. ■??■ H3 
BridportNews .. .. W 113 

Brierfleld Leader .. .. 'W H3 

Brigade M 225 

Brighouse Echo . . . . 'W 113 

„ Free Press .. 'W 113 

Brightllngsea News .. W 113 

Bright Words M 225 

Brighton Advertiser . . . . 'W 114 

Gazette .. 2 'W 114 

Herald .. .. W 114 

Parochial Gazetteer M 225 

„ .Society .. W 114 

SUndard .. 3 W 114 

Bristol ABC Rail. Guide . . M '225 

„ Catholic Herald . . W 114 

,, Diocesan Mag. .. M 225 

,, Evening News . . D 114 

limes .. D 114 



PAOI 
Brbtol Gazette .. W lU 

„ Grammar School 

Clironicle .. ..8-Y 225 
„ Guardian .. 'W 114 

,, Medico Jounial Q 225 

„ Observer .. .. 'W 115 
„ Times and Mirror D&W 115 
,, Western Dally Press jj 115 
British Australasian.. .. 'W 82 

„ Baker 'W 225 

,, Bandsman .. .. 'W 226 
,, Bee .lournal . . .. 'W 226 

,, Birds M 225 

„ Boy -W 225 

„ Builder .. .. M 226 
„ and Colonial Phar- 
macist .. .. M 226 
,, and Coloidal .Mineral 

Water Trade Journal M 225 
,, and Latin-American 

Trade Gazette . . M 226 
,, Citizen .. .. 'W 82 

„ Clay Worker .. M22S 

„ Deaf Times . . . . M 225 
,, Dental Journal .. F 225 
„ Dominions T. Journal M '226 
„ Empire Review . . M 228 
„ „ Overseas Jour- 

nal .. M '226 
It „ Union Record M *226 

,, Engineers .. M 226 

,, Esperantist .. .. M 226 
„ Evangelist . . M 228 

., ExjKirt Gazette .. M 226 
„ E.xportera' Register.. Q 226 
,, Farmer .. .. 'W 226 

„ Flag Q 226 

„ Food Journal .. M 226 

„ Fricsian Journal ,. M 220 
,, and Foreign Con- 
fectioner . . . . M 225 

„ Girl ■WJ26 

,, Homestead .. .. M 2'26 

,, Homieopathic Jounial M 226 
„ Investor .. .. W 226 

„ Jeweller .. .. M 226 

„ .lournal of Astrology M 226 
„ Journal of Children's 

Diseases . . . . Q 226 

„ Journal of Dental 

Science . . . . M 226 

„ Jrnl. of Dermatology M 228 
„ Journal of Inebriety Q 226 
„ „ of Nur.sing . . "W 228 

„ „ of Opthalmology M 226 

„ ,, of Photography ^W 82 

„ „ of Psychology Q 228 

„ „ of Surgery .. Q 226 

„ Journal Tuberculosis Q 228 
,, Legion.. .. .. M 2*26 

„ Machine Tool B-M 226 

„ Made Goods .. .. M 226 

„ Medical Journal .. "W 82 
,, Messenger .. .. M 226 

,, Music Bulletin . . M 228 
,, Phllatehst .. M '226 

„ Printer ..B-M226 

„ Railway Dividends H-Y 226 
„ Record Society H-Y 228 
„ Sea- Angling Society Q 228 
„ Sentinel .. .. M 226 

„ Stationers .. M 226 

„ and South African 

Export Gazette . . M 22S 
„ Temperance Advocate 

B-M 226 

„ Trade Journal .. M "228 

„ „ Review .. M 226 

„ Weekly .. W 82 

Brittain's ABC Guide . . M 228 

Brixham Western Guardian "W 116 

Brixton Free Press . . . . 'W 9* 

„ Times . .. 'W 94 

Broadstairs Echo .. 'W 115 

„ Mail .. .. 'W 115 

Brockley News . . . . 'VV 94 

Bromley Journal .. 'W 115 

„ Local Guide .. 'W 116 

„ Mercury .. .. 'W 115 

„ Times .. 'W 115 

Bromsgrove Messenger .. 'W 118 
Bromsgrovian . . B-M 228 

Bromyard News and Record 'W 118 
Broomhall's Com Trade News D 226 

Brotherhood M 226 

Outlook .. M '226 

Brothers and Sisters . . . . M '-27 
Broughty Ferry Guide .. 'W 191 
Brunswick Monthly .. M '227 

Bruahmaking M 227 

Brushes & Toilet Goods . . U 227 



34 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



PACK 

Iirjrimi»wr Weekly Argus .. W 116 

Kubbles W 227 

Buehan Observer (Peterhead) W 202 
Biickfastleigh Guardian .. WHO 
Buokhurst Hill Advertiser.. W 227 
.. ,. Express — 95 

Buclsingham Advertiser . . "W 110 
Huckiiighnmshire Advertiser 

(Uxbridge) W 179 

Hiioks Advertiser(Aylesbury)W Wi 
,, Examiner (Cbesham) W 121 
,, Free Press (Wjconibe)W 186 
„ Herald (Aylesbury) . . W 104 
,, Standard (Newport 

PasBeli; . . . . W 155 
„ Weekly News (Wol- 

verton) .. ., W 185 

Biido and .Stratton News .. W lie 

Buffalo Bill Library . . . . M 227 

„ „ Novels .. .. M 227 

Bugle Call . . . . B-M 227 

Builder 'W 83 

Builders' Jlercliaiits Journal M 227 

Building Industries .. .. M 227 

„ News .. .. W 83 

„ Societies Gazette M 227 

„ Trade .. ..W 83 

Bulletin H-Y 227 

„ (Glasgow) .. ., D 195 
„ Brit. Library of 

Political Science Q 227 
„ of Brit. Onilth.Club M 227 
,, of Cambridge Uni- 
versity Library M 227 
„ of Entomological 

Research . . Q 227 
,, of English Associa- 
tion .. 3-Y 227 
,, of Federation of 

BritishlndustriesW 227 
,. of Fellowship of 

Medicine., .. "W" 227 
„ of Food Manufac- 
turers' Federation— 227 
„ of Imperial Institute Q 227 
„ of New Books S-W 227 
„ of Pharmacy . . M 227 
„ of Koyal Botanical 

Gardens.. .. — 227 
„ of School of O] ieu- 

tal Studies . . — 227 

Bull's Eye F 227 

Bulwark M 227 

Burleigh's A.B.C. Rail and 

Boat Guide M 227 

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

Buruley Express . . 2 'W 116 

„ Catholic News . . "W 116 

„ News.. 2 'W 116 

Burry Port Star (Llanelly) 'W 147 

Burton Chronicle . . . . 'W 116 

„ Daily Mail .. .. D 116 

,, Evening Gazette .. D 116 

„ Football Mail . . 'W' 116 

,, Observer .. .- 'W 116 

Bury Guardian .. .. W 116 

„ and Norwich Post .. W 117 

„ St. Edmunds Free Press "^ 117 

„ limes . . . . 2 'W 117 

„ Visitor 'W 117 

Business M 227 

„ Chances .. B-M 227 

„ Man M 227 

,. organisation .. M 227 
Busy Bee Knitting Book . . M 227 
Buteman (Rothesay) . . 'W 202 

Butterfly 'W 227 

Butterick Quarterly .. Q 227 
Butterworth's Digest of Cases Q 227 
Buxton Advertiser "W 117 

,, Herald .. W 117 
Bystander 'W 83 



Cabinet Maker . . 'W 88 

»<let 3-Y 227 

Cadets' Own M 227 

Cadishead A Irlani Guardian W 117 
Cwrphilly Journal (P'^)ridd) 'W 162 

Cage Birds 'W 227 

Caithness Courier (Thurso). . ■W203 
C»lan 8Y«27 



PAGE 

Calcutta Review . . . . Q 227 
Caledonian Medical Journal Q 227 
Callander Advertiser . . "W 191 
Camberley News .. "W 117 
Camberwell News . . W 95 
„ Times .. 2"W 85 
Cambria Daily Leader (Swan- 
sea) D 175 

Cambrian (Swansea). . . . W 176 
„ News(Aberystwyth) ■??■ Ill 
Cambridge Business Man . . M 227 
Chronicle .. "W 117 

„ Daily News . . D 117 
„ Independent Press "W 117 
„ Magazine . . Q 228 

„ Review .. .. 'W 228 
,, University Re- 
porter .. .. W 117 
Cambridgeshire Times 

(March) . . 'W 151 
Cambuslang Advertiser .. 'W 191 
„ Pilot .. .. W 191 

CameUord Gnardian .. "W 117 

„ News .. .. 'W' 117 

Camping . . 9-Y 228 

Campbeltown Courier .. 'W IDl 

Canada 'W' 83 

Canadian Export Pioneer . . M 228 

„ Gazette .. 'W 83 

„ Sapper .. .. M 228 

Canals and w aterways . . M 228 

Cannock Advertiser .. 'W 117 

„ Courier .. .. 'W 118 

Canterbui-y <fc York Society Q 228 

Cantuarian .. .. 8-Y 228 

Cap and Gown . . 8-Y 228 

Capitalist .. .. .. W 83 

Captain M 228 

Car Illustrated . . . . 'W 8 3 

Cardiff Times 'W 118 

Cardigan Advertiser.. . 'W 119 

Caretaker M 228 

Carliol .. 8 Y 228 

Carlisle Diocesan Gazette . . M 228 
„ Journal 2-'W 119 

Carmarthen Journal .. 'W 119 

Carnarvon Herald . . . . W 119 
Carnegie Memoirs . . H-Y 223 
Carnforth News . . . . 'W 119 
Carnoustie Gazette .. .. 'W' 191 
Carrick Herald (Girvan) . . 'W 195 
Carrickfergus Advertiser . . 'W 209 

Carthusian Jjj 228 

Cashel Sentinel . . . . 'W 209 

Caslon's Circular .. .. Q 228 

Cassell's Book Talk . . . . M 228 

„ Magazine , . M 228 

„ Time Tables . . M 228 

Cat M 228 

Caterer M 228 

Caterham Weekly Press . . 'VV 120 
Catford Journal .. .. W 95 

Catholic M 228 

„ Book Notes . . B-M 228 
„ Bulletin . . M 228 

„ Citizen . . M 228 

„ Federationist .. M 228 
„ Fireside . . 'W 228 

„ Gazette . . . . M 228 
„ Herald (London) .. W 83 
„ Herald (Edinburgh) 'W 194 
., Home Journal .. 'W 228 
,, Missions .. B-M 228 
Monthly .. .. M 228 
„ News (Preston) .. 'W 163 
„ Society Circular .. — 228 
„ 'rimes .. "W S3 

,, n omens League 

Mag M 228 

Cavalry Journal .. .. Q 228 
Cavendish Music Books . . — 228 
Caxton Magazine . . . . M 228 
Cefn Chronicle ,. ., "W" 228 

Celtic Monthly . . ! ! M 228 

Cenad Uedd .. [[ M 228 

Central Literary Magazine' ' Q 228 

„ Somerset Gazette 
^ ».« ., (Olastonbury) . . -w 138 
Certified Accountants' J'nal M 228 

Chaldujan q ggg 

Challenge jj^ 33 

Challenge Journal .. .'" — 22s 
Chamber of Commerce J'nal W 228 
Chambers's Journal . . . . M 228 

Chance -^ 228 

Channel coast Magazine Q 228 

Channels of Blessing B-M 228 

Chapbook . . M 228 

Chard News . . " W 120 

Charing Cross Hospital 

C"«tte Q 228 

Charity Record . . . . p 83 
Chart and Compass . . " M 229 

Chase Pioneer (Walsall) .." _ igo 



PACK 

Chatham News . . . . W 120 
„ Observer .. 'W 120 
Chatterbox . . 'W & M 229 
Chatteris Advertiser.. .. "W" 120 
Cheadle Herald . . 'W 120 
„ Times .. .. 'W 120 
Cheap Stoara . . . . B-M 229 
Cheddar Valley Times 2 'W 120 
Cheering Words . . . . M 229 
Chelmsford Diocesan Chron- 
icle M 239 

Chelsea Football Club 

Chronicle . . 'W 229 

„ Courier .. .. ^W 95 

Cheltenham Chronicle . . W 120 

Cheltonlan .. .. .. — 229 

Chemical Age 'W 83 

„ Engineering . . M 229 
„ News .. .. W 83 
,, Trade Journal .. W 229 
Chemist and Druggist .. W 83 
Chepstow Argus . . ' . W 120 
Cheshire Daily Echo (Stock- 
port) .. .. D 173 
„ Observer (Cliester) 2 'W 121 
Chess Amateur . . . . M 229 

Chester Chronicle . . 'W 121 

„ Courant .. .. 'W 121 
,, Diocesan Gazette . . M 229 
„ Guardian 2 'W 121 

Chester-leStreet Chronicle 'W 121 
Chichester Diocesan Gazette M 229 



„ Obaen'er 


. W 121 


Chicks' Own . . 


. W 22£ 


Chief Steward 


. M 229 


Chigwellian .. 


. — 22s 


Child, The 


. M 229 


Child Life 


4-Y 229 


„ Study .. H-Y229 


„ Welfare Worker 


. Q 229 
. M 229 


Children's Dress 


„ Friend 


. M 229 


,, Gospel Magazine M 22E 


,, League of Pity 


Paper 


. Q 22£ 


Newspaper 


. 'w 22s 


,, Paper 


. M 22c 


Storyteller 


. M22C 


,, Treasury . . 


. M 228 


Child's Companion .. 


. M 229 


,, Guardian 


. — 229 


,, Own Magazine 


. M 229 


China Clay Review . . 


. M 229 


„ Express and Telegraph — 83 


China's Millions 


. M 229 


Chlugford Guardian .. 


. W 95 


Chips 


. W229 


Chiropodist 


Q 229 


Chislehurst Times . . 


. W 121 


Chiswick Gazette . . 


. W 95 


Times 


. W 96 


Chivalry 


. Q 229 


Choir (Tlie) 


M 229 


Choir Musician 


— 229 


Choralist 


— 229 


Chorley Guardian . . 


■W121 


,, News 


. W 121 


Christadelphian 


M 229 


Christ's College Magazine . 


M 229 


Christian 


W 83 


„ Advocate (Belfast) W 208 


„ „ (Birmingham) W 229 


„ Democrat .. 


. M 229 


East 
„ Endeavour Times 


Q 229 
W 229 


Herald 


W 84 


,, Irishman . . 


M 229 


Life 


■W 84 


„ Messenger . . 


M 229 


,, Novels 


■W 229 


,, „ Library . 


W229 


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 


. Q 229 


„ of Convocation . 


. — 229 


of Duke of York' 


s 


School .. 


Q 229 


„ of London Mis- 




sionary Society M 229 


Chuckles 


■W 280 


Chums 


"W 230 


Church Abroad 


M 230 


„ Army Gazette 


■W230 


„ „ Review 


B-M 230 


„ Friendly 


Q 230 


„ Family Newspaper. . 


"W 84 


M Intelligencer 


M 230 


„ of Ireland Gazette 'W 210 


„ and People . . 


U230 



PAQB 

ChurchMissionary Review Q 2:j0 

,, Militant .. .. M '2311 

„ Monthly .. .. M 230 

., of England Pulpit W 230 

of Ireland Monthly M 230 L 
,, Pennant .. .. M 230 T 
Quarterly Review . . Q 230 1 
., Reading Magazine HY230 
., Record .. .. M 230 
„ and the Sailor . . M 23(i 
,, Standard .. .. M 230 
,, Stretton Advertiser W 122 
„ Sunday School Maga- 
zine M 230 

„ Temperance Times.. M 220 

M Times W 84 1 

; , Union Gazette . . M 230 r 
„ „ Journal .. M 230 W 

Churchman o 239 ■ 

Churchman's M.agazine . . M 23(1 
Cigar and Tobacco World .. M 230 

Cinem.i W 230 

Cinque Port Q 230 

Citizen (Gloucester) . . . . D 133 

M (Letchworlh) . . "W 145 

,, (Loudon) .. .. w 84 

,, (Nottingham) .. W' 167 

City Life Record .. .. M 230 

City of Edinburgh Templar 

Guide Q 230 

„ of Ely Standard . . 'W 130 

„ of London Illustrated.. M 230 
,, of London School Maga- 
zine.. 8Y 230 

" Press W 84 

,, Review 'W 84 

„ Sparrows Q 230 

Civil Engineering .. .. M 230 

Service Gazette . . M 230 

■I Hints .. .. M 230 

„ Student .. W 230 

Tutor .. .. M 230 

Civilian W 84 

Clacton Graphic .. . . 'W 122 

„ Times 'W' 122 

Clan I,amont Journal H-Y 230 

Claphani Chronicle . . . . 'W 95 

,, Observer .. .. 'W 95 

Clare Champion (Ennis) . . W 212 

„ Market Review 3.Y 280 

Clarendonian Q 230 

Clarion 'W 84 

Class Teacher . . ■ . Q 230 

Classical Quarterly .. !! Q 230 

... . Review .. .. M 230 

Clavinian 230 

Cleaosing Superintendent!! M '230 

Cleckheaton Advertiser .. 'W 122 

„ Gnardian .. ^W 122 

Clegg's Railway (Julde . . M '230 

Clerk jjj 230 

Clevedon Mail (Bristol) !! W 116 
M Mercury . . "W 122 

Cleveland Standard (Redcar) W 164 
Clifton Chronicle (Bristol) 'VV 116 
,, i'ree Press (Bristol) 'Wile 
Clinical Journal . . . . 'VV 230 

Cliftonian _ 030 

Clique ! . W 280 

Clitheroe Advertiser . . "W" 122 

Clonmel Chronicle . . ^-'W 209 

Club Life \^ 230 

„ and Institute Journal.. M '230 

.. News 'W 230 

„ Photographer . . . . M 230 
Clydebank Press . . . . 'W 101 
Clydesdale Catholic Herald 'W 197 
Clyde Bill of Entry . . 3-W 231 
C. M.S. Outlook .. .. M '231 

Coal and Iron By-Products 

Journal p 231 

„ Merchant .. .! 'W 231 

Coalville Times . . . . W 122 
Coatbridge Express . . . . 'W 191 
,1 Leader ., ., W 191 

Cockermouth Free Press . . 'W 122 
Colchester Gazette . . . . "W" 123 
Cold Storage Review .. M 231 

Coleraine Chronicle . . . . "w 209 
Coleshill Chronicle . . "Vy l'>3 

Colfensia .. .. .'.' _ 231 
Collectors' Journal . . K 231 

College Echoes .. .. M 231 
„ of Nursing .. .. M 231 
Collegian .. ,. Q 9ai 

Collie Folio .' M 231 

Colliery Guardian .. !! 'W 84 
.. .Rescue .. .. JI231 
Colne Times ... to- loj 

Colne Valley Guardian 

(Slalthwaite) .. .. ■W171 
Colonizer .. .. M 231 



C0Mt*LfiTE BRITISH ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



PAOK 

Colow H 231 

ColwrnBsyVreeklylTews .. W 12» 

Co-Maion Q 2S1 

ComicCnti W 231 

„ tlte W 2S1 

Coming FnBhlons .. .. M2SI 

Commerce W 281 

Commricial Casea .. .. Q23] 
„ Edilcatinn .. M 2»1 

„ IntruiUlctioiis . . M 231 

Motor W 281 

,, Review .. M 231 

,, Staudiira.. . W 231 

„ Weekly .Statement W 231 
„ World .. F 84 

Commonweal M 231 

Commonwealth . . M 281 

CommuniBt .. .. W 231 

Companion Library . . — 231 

Comparative Price List . . W 231 

Coniiiendium M 231 

Comiietitors' Journal . . M 231 

Complete Story Teller . . M 281 

Conirailes M 231 

Comrades Journal . . . . If 231 

Comradeship M 231 

Concert World .. .. M 231 

Concrete M 231 

„ Inst. Transactions — 231 
Confectioners' I' nlon .. M 231 

Confectionery Journal .. W 231 
C'onglet>n Chronicle.. .. W Tit 
,, Guardian .. 2-W 123 
,, Times .. .. W 148 
Connacht Tribune (Qalway) W 212 
Connaught Telegraph 

(Castlebar) . . W 209 

Connoiaseur M 231 

Conquest 91 331 

Conservative Club's Gazette M 231 
„ Woman's Reform 

Association .. M 231 
Consett Chronicle .. .. W 123 
„ Guardian .. .. W I'iS 
Constabulary Gazette . . W 231 

Constitution Papers . . M 231 

Constitutional Labour 

Journal.. M 231 
Constructive Quarterly . . Q 231 

Consultant — 232 

Contemporary Review . . M 232 

ContinenUl A.B.C U 212 

Contract Journal .. .. W 84 

Contractor 'W 84 

Contractors' Chronicle .. "W 84 
„ Record . . . . 'W 232 

Conveyancer M 232 

Cook's Ocean Sailing List .. M 232 

„ Time Tables . . . M 232 

„ Traveller's Gazette .. M 232 

Cooper's Vehicle Journal . . M 232 

Co-operative Educator . . Q 232 

Monthly B-M 232 

„ News 

(Manchester).. 'W 160 

„ Official .. M 232 

Co-partnership . . M 232 

„ Journal .. M 232 

Cordage World . . M 232 

Cork Constitution . . . . D 210 

„ County Eagle 

(Skibbereen) 'W 216 
„ Evening Echo .. .. D 210 
„ Examiner .. D 210 

„ Weekly Examiner .. W 210 
„ „ News .. .. ■?? 210 
Comhill Magazine . . . . M 232 
Cornish and Devon Post 

(Launce8ton)'W' 143 
Cornish and Devon Echo 

(Falmouth) 'W 131 

„ Guardian (Bodmin) W 110 

„ Post (Camborne) .. 'W 117 

,, „ (Launceston) . . W 143 

„ Times (Liskeard) . . 'W 146 

Cornishman (Penzance) . . 'W 160 

Cornublan (Redruth) . . 'W 166 

<'«stame8 et Manteaux H-'V 232 

Cos 8-'y232 

Cottagers' Journal .. .. W 232 

Cotton ractory'rhneB(Asht'n)'W 103 

„ Gazette .. .. W 232 

„ Review .. .. S 238 

Coulsdon Record . . . . 'w 124 

Country Heart Q 232 

Life W 84 

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

Hill) .. -wiis 

„ and .Municipal Record 

(Edinburgh) . . 'W 194 
„ Down .Spectator 

(Bangor) W 208 




PAGB 

County Echo (Fishguard) . . 'W 182 

„ Express (Sloiirbridgc) 'W 174 

„ (Cradley Heath) W 124 

„ (Dudley) .. 'W 128 

„ Herald(Bricrlcy nill)'W 113 

(Holywell) .. 'W l.'!8 

,, Mall Ailvertg. Sheet 

(Crewkeme) . . 'W 232 
,, Middlesex Inile- 

pendent (Brentford) 

2 'W 112 
„ Preaa (Newport, Isle 

of Wight) .. .. ^W 156 
,, Schools Review .. —232 
,, and Westminster 

Magazine B-M 232 

Court Journal 'W 84 

Coventrian „ _ ..8'V'232 
Coventry Herald . . 2 'W 124 
„ .Standard .. .. 'W 124 

„ Stock-Share List.. M 232 

Cowley Evangelist . . 
Cos's I^gal Circular 

„ Criminal Law Cases 
Craigmillar Harp 
Cranleighan 

Craven Herald (Sktpton) 
Crayford Chronicle.. 
Creamery Manager . . 

Criche News M 232 

Credit Draper W 232 

Credlton Chronicle . . . . W 124 

Crewe Chronicle . . . . W 124 

„ Guardian .. 2 'W 124 

„ Observer . . . . W 124 

Cricketer W 232 

Criminal Appeal Cases . . — 232 

Cromer Post 'W 124 

„ Weekly Press . . 'W 124 
Croiqnet Association 

Gazette .. .. 80-Y 232 

Cross M 232 

Cronch End High School 

Magazine .. HY 232 

Crowborough Weekly . . W 125 

Crowle Advertiser . . . . "W 125 

Croydon Advertiser . . . . 'W 125 

„ Times .. 8 'W 1'25 

Cruising Association Bulletin M 232 

Crusader Weekly . . . . 'W 232 

Crystal Palace Advertiser . . W 95 

C.T.C. Gazette . . . " " 

Cumberland Catholic News 

(Carlisle) .. 

„ Evening News . 

„ News .. 

CMranock Chronicle . . 

Cunard Bulletin 

„ Magazine .. 
Current Literature . . 
Cusack's Journal 

Cycling 

Cyclist Touring Club Gazetta M 232 
CyfaiU Eglwysig . . . . M 233 

Cyraru M 233 

Cymru'r Plant M 233 



M 232 

W119 
D 119 
W 119 
■W 192 
D 232 
M 262 
M 232 
O 232 
•W 232 



D: 



\actylography . . B-M 233 


/ally Chronicle 


D 


79 


„ Commercial Report 


D 233 


„ Dispatch (M'chester) 


D 160 


„ Express 


D 


79 


„ Freight Register .. 


D 233 


„ Gazette 


V 


11,1 


„ Graphic 


T> 


79 


„ „ Colonial 






Edition 


■W 233 


Herald 


D 


"9 


Mail Fashions 


M 233 


„ Mall 


D 


79 


„ Mail Overseas Edition 'W 


84 


„ „ (Hull) .. 


D 139 


„ Mirror 


D 


71) 


„ „ Oversea! W. 






Edition 


W 


84 


„ News 


D 


79 


„ Oil Bulletin .. 


D 233 


„ Readings (Meteoro-.. 






logical) 


M 233 


„ Record (Glasgow) .. 


D 196 


„ Sketch 


n 


79 


„ Wkly. Edition W 


84 


., Telegraph 


D 


''9 



PAOK 

Daily Weather Report .. D 238 

„ WesteniTlmet(Bx't'r) D 181 

„ World D 79 

Dainty Novels W 233 

Dairy M 283 

„ World M 233 

Dalryni.in Jt iXl 

Dalkeith Advertiser .. W 192 

Dairy Herald 'W 192 

Dalton Guardian .. .. W 126 

„ News W 125 

Dalton's Advertiser . . . . 'W 233 

Dancing Life M 233 

„ Times . . M 238 

„ World . . . . H 233 

Danielite Star Q 238 

Darian (Alierdare) . . 'W 101 

Darkness and Light . . B-M 233 
Darlington Times . . 'W 126 

Dartford Chronicle . . . . 'W' 126 
Dartmouth Chronicle . . W 125 

„ Guardian .. .. 'W 125 
Darwen News 2 W 126 

„ Weekly Advertiser W 126 
Daventry Express .. "W 126 

Dawlish Gazette . . 'W 126 

Dawn in Central Asia . . M 233 

Dawn of Day M 233 

Day Q 233 

Deaf Quarterly News . . Q 233 

Deal Mercury 'w 126 

„ Paper 'VST 126 

Dean Forest Guardian (Cole- 
ford).. .. W 123 
Dean Forest Mercury (Cin- 

derford) 2-W l'i2 

Decanian BY 233 

Decimal Educator ,. .. Q 233 

Decorator M 233 

Decorator's Magazine . . M 233 

Defenders of our Empire . . M 233 

Delhi Q 233 

Delineator M 233 

Deliverer M 233 

Democrat ■«?■ 233 

DbighshlreFree Press ( D'blgh)'W 126 
„ Border Counties Ad- 
vertiser (Wrexham) 'W 186 
Denham's Railway Guide ... M 233 
Denstonian .. .. B-M 233 

Dental Practitioner . . . . M 233 
„ Record . . . . M 233 

„ Surgeon . . . . 'W 233 
Departmental Decisions .. Q 238 
Depositor (The) . . . . M 233 
Derbeian . . 8 Y 233 

Derby A.B.C. Railway Guide M 233 
„ Daily Telegraph . . D 126 
„ Express .. .. D 126 

,, Mercury .. 'W 126 

„ Reporter . . 'W 126 

Derbyshire Aavtiser(Derby) 2 'W 126 
„ Courier (ChesterHeld) W 121 
„ Times (Chesterfleld) 'W 121 
„ Times Time Table . . M 233 
„ Worker (Ripley) .. 'W 165 
Dereham Times . . . . 'W 129 
Derry Journal (Lon'derry) 3 W 213 

„ People 'W 213 

„ Standard . . 3 W 213 

„ Weekly News (Lderry) 'W 213 
Devizes Advertiser .. .. 'W 127 
Devon Daily Gazette (Exeter) D 131 
„ & Som. News (Tvr'tn) W 177 
,, Notes and Queries .. Q 283 
„ Valley Tribun»(Tilly- 

coultry) . . . . "W 203 

Dewsbury District News . . 'W 127 

„ Reporter.. .. W 127 

Diamond Library . . . . M 233 

„ Racing Journal . . 'W 233 

Dickensian JS.233 

Dinesydd Cymreig(Camaryn) W 119 
Diocesan Magazine . . ■ ■ M 234 
Dioptric Bulletin . . . . — 234 

Discovery M 234 

Display M 234 

Diss Express 'W 127 

„ Journal 'W 127 

Divine Light and Truth . . M 234 
Dock and Harlwur . . . . M 234 

Docks Gazette M 234 

Dollar Magazine . . Q 234 

Dolphin — 284 

Domestic Engineering .. M 234 
Doncaster Advertiser . . W 127 
„ Chronicle . .. ^W 127 
Gazette .. .. "W 127 
Donegal Vindicator (Bally- 
shannon) .. .. W 207 
„ Independent (Let- 

ter-kerrj) .. W 218 
Dorchester Mail .. .. 'W 127 



M 

rtQU 

Dorking Advertiser W US 

Dorut County (nironide 

(Dorchester) .. 'W 12S 
„ Dally Echo (Wey- 
mouth) .. .. — 182 

Dove (The) Q 234 

Dover Chronicle . . 'W 128 

„ Express "W 128 

„ Standard .. 'W 128 

„ Telegraph .. ■«■ 1*8 

Dovorian . . 7 Y 234 

Dowanhill Tiaining College 

Magazine .. H-Y 284 

Downham Market Gazette . . 'W 128 

Down Recorder(Downpatrick)'W 210 

„ .Side Review . . H-Y 234 

Dowry of Mary . . . . 'W 234 

Drama M 234 

Dramatic Times .. .. M 234 

Draper 'W 84 

Draper's Organiser . . . . 'W 234 

„ Record .. 'W 84 

Drapery Gazette . . . . 'W 284 

Drawing M 234 

Driffield Times 2 W 128 

Drogheda Argus . . 'W 210 

,, Independent .. 'W 210 

Droghedean Q 234 

Droitwlch Guardian . . . . 'W 128 

„ Railway Guide .. M 234 

Dromore Leader . . . . 'W 210 

„ Weekly Time* ..'W210 

Droylsden Herald .. .. 'W 104 

Drug Union News .. .. M 234 

Druids' Quarterly Journal Q 234 

D. S. S Bulletin .. M 234 

Dublin Evening Mail . . D 210 

„ Gazette .. 2 'W 211 

„ Journal of Medical 

Science . . . . M 234 

„ Review .. .. Q 234 

Dudley Chronicle . . 'W 128 

„ Herald .. .. 'W 128 

Dafftown News . . . . 'W 192 

Duklnfleld Herald .. .. W 104 

Dulwich Reporter . . . . 'W 95 

Dumbarton Herald . . . . "W 192 

Dumfries Courier 2 'W 192 

„ Standard 2 'W' 192 

Dundalk Democrat . . . . ^W 212 

„ Examiner .. .. 'W 212 

„ Herald .. .. 'W 212 

Dundee Advertiser . . . . D 103 

„ Catholic Herald . . 'W 193 

„ Courier .. D 193 

„ Prices Current . . 'W 234 

„ Workers' Guide . . M 234 

Dunedin Magazine . . H-Y 234 

Dunelmian — 234 

Dunfermline Express .. W 193 

„ Journal .. 'W 193 

„ Press .. .. 'W 193 

Dnngannon Democrat .. W 212 

Dunoon Advertiser . . . . 'W 193 

„ Herald . . 'W 193 

„ Observer .. .. 'W 193 

Dunstable Borough Gazette 'W 128 

Durham Advertiser . . . . 'W 128 

„ Chronicle .. .. 'W 128 

„ University Gazette 4-Y 284 

Dursley Gazette . . . . IV 129 

Dutton's Shortliand MagazineM 234 

Dyer P 284 

Dysgedydd M 281 

„ -y-Plant .. .. M 234 



Xi^agle 

Xjaliug Gazette 
„ Conservative 


KII234 
Wl 96 
M-234 


Earlestown Examiner 
„ Guardian 
Earthen Vessel 


W 129 
W 129 
M284 


Easingwold Advertiser . . 'W 129 
East Anglian Daily Times 

(Ipswich).. D Ul 
„ Cheshire Observer (Mac- 
clesfield) .. W 149 
„ Devon News (Chard) .. 'W 120 
„ EndNewa 2 W 9S 
„ Essex Advartlier ((nao- 

ton) l„ 'W 122 



36 

FAQX 
Eut Oalway Democrat 

(Ballinailoe) .. W 207 

„ OrUMtead Observer . . W 129 
„ H»ra Echo .. .. W 95 
„ Hani Express . . 2 W 95 
„ Ham Mail .. W 96 

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

bourne) .. W 171 
„ Kent Times(Ramsgate) "W 164 
„ London Advertiser . . W 95 
„ „ Church Chron. Q 231 
„ . Fund for the 

Jews Q. Paper Q 234 
„ „ Observer .. W 95 
„ „ Post .. .. W 95 
„ Kiding Recorder . . W 140 
„ SulIolkGazette(Beccle8)W 106 
„ Sussex News (Lewes).. W 145 
„ and tlie West . . . . Q 234 
Kaatbourne Clironicle . . W 129 

„ Gazette .. .. "W 129 

Eaitbouniian 3 7 234 

Kutern Argus (Glasgow) .. W 196 
„ Counties Times 

(Ilford) .. W 140 

„ Daily Press (Norwich) D 157 
„ Engineering . . . . M 234 
„ Europe .. M 234 

„ Evening News (Nor- 
wich) .. D 157 
, Football News (Nor- 
wich .. .. — 157 
„ Mercury .. .. W 95 
„ Morning News (Hull) D 139 
Eastlcigh Weekly News . . W 129 

Eastward Ho M 234 

Eastwood Advertiser . . W 129 

Ebbw Vale Argus .. .. W 129 
Bccles Journal .. .. W 129 

„ Record M 234 

„ Telegraph . . . . W 129 
Ecclesiastical Review . . M 234 
Echo (Enniscorthy) .. .. W 212 
Echoes of Erin . . . . Q 234 
„ Service .. .. M 234 
Eckington Express (Wood- 
house W 185 

Kconomic Journal . . ■ ■ Q 234 
„ Proceedingsofthe 

Royal Dublin Soc. 234 
„ Review .. .. W 85 

Economica 8-Y 234 

Economist "W 85 

Edenbridge Chronicle . . 'W 129 

Edgbastoiiia M 234 

Edinburgh Academy Chron .9-Y 234 
„ and Leith Burghs 

Pilot — 200 
„ citizen (Porto- 

bello) . . . . W 302 
„ Evening Dispatch D 194 
„ „ News .. D 194 

„ Gazette 2 W 194 

„ Medical Journal.. M 236 
„ Missionary Paper Q 235 
„ Review .. .. Q 235 
„ Stock List.. .. D 236 

Educator M 235 

Educational Handwork . . M 235 
, Record .. H-Y 235 
„ Times .. .. M 235 

Bdnottion W 235 

„ Guild Quarterly Q 235 
Efficiency Magazine . . . . M 235 
Eggs & Intensive World . . W 235 
Egypt Slission News B-M 236 

Eklezia Revuo . . . . Q 236 

El Comerciante Uispano- 

Britanico Q 236 

Electrician W 85 

Electric Journal . . M 235 

Electrical Contractor .. M 236 

n Industries . . W 235 

„ Plant .. M 236 

„ Review .. .. -W 86 
„ Times .. .. W 85 
n Trades Journal . . M 236 

Electricity W 236 

Electric Railway Journal ... W 236 
n Vehicle .. .. M 236 

Electrics BI 236 

Elgin Courant . . . . W 194 

Elland Echo "W 129 

Elleamere Herald .. W 130 

„ Port Advertiser . . W 130 

Eltham Times W 130 

Ely Diocesan Gazette . . 6 235 
,, Weekly Guardian . . W 130 
Empir* Mail M 235 

" ?•»;• w 160 

» K«Tlew .. M 235 
*""' Q 236 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DtRlSCTOEY. 



PAGE 

Encore W 235 

Enfield Gazette .. W 130 

„ Weekly Herald .. W 130 

Engineer W 86 

„ and Iron Trades' 

Advertiser . . W 235 

Engineering W 85 

„ Abstracts .. Q 235 

„ Gazette .. B-M 235 

„ and Industrial 

Management W 235 
„ Industry .. Q 236 

„ Production .. W 235 

„ Review .. .. M 236 

„ World . . . . W 235 

England — 236 

English Churchman . . . . W 85 
„ Churchwoman . . Q 235 
„ Historical Review . . Q 236 
„ Library Magazine . . M 235 
„ Mechanic .. .. W 85 

„ Race Q 235 

„ Review .. M 236 

Enniscorthy Guardian . . W 212 
Enquire Within . . . . M 235 

Entomologist M 235 

„ Monthly Magazine M 235 

Epoch M 236 

Epsom Advertiser . . W 130 

„ Herald W 130 

„ District Times . . W 130 
Bpsoroian . . 6 Y 236 

Epworth Bells W 130 

Kquitable Quarterly . . Q 288 

Era W 86 

Eriu H-Y 230 

Erith Observer . . . . W 180 
Eskdale Advertiser (Lang- 
holm) "W 199 

Essex Archieological So. H-Y 236 
„ and Suffolk News (Col- 
chester) .. W 123 
„ County Chronicle 

(Chelmsford) .. W 120 

„ County Standard 

(Colchester) . . . . W 123 
„ Guardian (Ilford) . . W 140 
„ Herald (Chelmsford).. W 120 
„ Naturalist .. H-Y 236 

„ Newsman (Chelmsford) W 120 

„ Review Q 236 

„ Telegraph (Colc'ster) 2 W 123 
„ Times (Ualstead) .. W 134 
„ „ (Romford).. W 166 
„ Weekly News (Chelms- 
ford) "W 120 

Estates Gazette . . . . "VST 85 
„ Magazine .. .. M 236 
Ethological Journal . . . . Q 236 
Eton College Journal . . W 236 

Eugenics Review . . . . Q 236 

Eurgrawn M 236 

European Mail . . . . W "36 

Eustace Miles' Programme.. M 236 

Evangelist M 236 

Evans' Journal . . H-Y 236 

Eve w 86 

Evening Argus (Brighton) . . D 114 
„ „ (Hastings) .. W 138 

„ Dispatch (Binning- 

h»m) .. .. D 109 
„ Herald (Dublin) .. D 211 
„ News (Glasgow) .. D 196 
., „ (London) .. D 80 

„ „ (Portsmouth) D 162 

,1 „ Buff (Bolton) D HI 

„ North Wilts Herald 

(Swindon) .. D 17.5 

„ Post (Jersey) .. D 217 

„ Standard (Loudon) D 80 

I, Star (Ipswich) .. D 141 

„ Telegraph (Dundee) D 193 

„ Telegraph (Dublin) D 211 

„ Tidings (Penzance) D 160 

„ "u Ji'imes (Glasgow) .. D 196 

Everybody's Monthly .. M j.3(j 

„ Fourpenny Time 

Table j^ non 

Every Christian's Library 7 Y 2-m 

E^'l'd"? M236 

„ Science . . M 236 

Everyworaan's \g- .jo« 

Evesham Journal -^ 'W 130 

M Standard . . . ] -yy 13Q 
Bwen's Stamp News -w ItR 

Excelsior .. .. ' 3 H2 

Exeter Diocesan Gazette .' ' iff ''36 
Exmouth aironicle .. ■»■ 131 

„ II Journal ^W ifi 

Exonian .. a v i^i 

Experience a Y 23b 

Explorer 
Export Mail 



PAQK 

Expositor M 236 

Expository Times . . . . M 236 
Express and Echo (Exeter). . D 131 
Express and Star (Wolver- 
hampton) D 185 

Extincteur Bulletin . . . . M 236 



•-'36 

236 

U 236 



^"■■W-- .. '.'. M 236 



Fabian News . . . . M 236 

actoi-s' Magazine . . Q 236 

Facts against Socialism . . M 236 
Failsworth Messenger . . M 236 

Fairplay ^W 85 

Faith M 236 

„ Links M '236 

Fakenham Post . . . . W 157 

Falcon S 2(6 

Falkirk Herald . . 2W 19b 

„ Mail W 196 

Family Herald . . 'W 236 

„ „ Supplement W 286 

„ Journal . . . . W 236 
„ Reader .. .. W 236 

Fanciers' Review .. .. M 236 
Fancy Goods Review . . M 236 

,1 „ Record .. — 236 

„ I, Trader.. M 236 

„ Needlework(Illust'ed) Q 236 

Fanfare P 2.S6 

Faraday House Journal 3 Y 236 

FaringJon Advertiser .. 'W 131 

Farm, Field and Fireside . . W 85 

„ and Home . . . . 'W 86 

Farmer and Stockbreeder . . 'W 86 

l^'armer's Ad^ ocate . . . . M 236 

„ Gazette (Dublin) . . W 211 

„ Herald (Chester) .. M 236 

Farming News . . . . W" 201 

Farnham Herald .. .. "W 131 

Faruworth .Journal . . . . "W 131 

Farriera' Journal . . . . M 236 

Fashions for All . . . . M 236 

Faugh a-Ballagli . . Q 236 

Faversham Mercury . . . . W 132 

,1 News .. .. W 132 

Feathered Racer . . . . W 2-(6 

World .. .. W 8i 

Federation News .. .. M 236 

Fellowship M 236 

Felstedian M 237 

Feniina J/l 237 

Feminine Life M 237 

Fermanagh Herald (Ennis- 

klllen) .. .. W 212 

„ News (Enniskillen) W 212 

„ Times (Bnniskillen)'W' 212 

Ferroconcrete .. .. M 237 

Fertiliser p 237 

Fettesian .. .. B M 237 

Field W 86 

„ Oflicer M 235 

Fife Catholic Herald . . — 196 
„ Free Press (Kirkcaldy) W 199 
„ Herald (Cupar) . . . . 'W 192 
,1 News (Cupar) .. i^ i»2 
Fifeshire Advertiser (Kirk- 
caldy) W 199 

Film Fun "V^ 237 

„ Renter 'W 237 

Films "W" 237 

Finance 'W 85 

„ Union 'VV' 237 

Financial Chronicle . . . . 'W' 237 

.1 Critic .. .. M 237 

„ Empire .. .. M 237 

11 Mail .. .. 'W 237 

I, News .. D 79 

II Observer . . . . 'W 237 

Opinion .. W 85 

„ Outlook .. W 85 

I, Review of Reviews Q 237 

I, Standard .. .. "Vf S6 

„ Times .. D 79 

„ World .. "W Se 

Financier _ . . D 79 

FinclUey Press.. !! 'W 96 

Finsbury Weekly News . "vy 96 

lii" M 237 

FlreHy M 237 

Fireman m 237 

Fire Prevention Committee 

Red Books — 237 
Fire Prevention ReporU — 237 

|;!™tAid M 237 

Fishing Gazette 'W 86 

».: i; ... '5""' (Aberdeen) .. -W 189 
Fish Trades Gazette . . W 8« 

Flames of Fire ... V. M 237 
Flatland yi jST 



PAOI 

Fleet II 237 

Fleetway Novels . . . . F 237 

Fleetwood Chronicle . . 2 'W 138 

II Express . . 2 'W 132 

Flight 'W 86 

Flintshire Observer (Holy- 
well) 'W 138 

Floriculture Q 287 

Flowering Plant* .. Q 287 

Flute Players' Jcurnal ..M2S7 
Folkestone Express . . . . W 132 
Herald . . . . 'W IS* 
Food and Cookery . . . . M 287 

Food Facts M 237 

Food Supply Manual . . — 837 

Football Argus (Bradford).. 'W US 
M II (Newport, 

Mon.) . . 'W 1S5 

„ Echo (North'mpton)W 15i) 
II ,1 (South'mpton) 'W 172 

II I, (Sunderland) "W 174 

,1 Express (Exeter) . . 'W 131 
11 ,1 (Liverpool) 'W' 148 

I. II (Weymouth)'W 182 

I, Favourite .. .. "W 287 
„ Gazette (South 

Shields) . . 'W 170 
,1 Herald (Plymouth) W 181 
„ (Bath) .. — 108 
,1 Leader .. 'W S37 

» Mail (Hartlepool) iff ISS 
„ II (Portsmouth) W 162 

„ News (Nottingham) 'W 167 
II Post (Newport, 

Mon.) . . 'W 185 

„ II (Nottingham) W 167 

I, Post (Swansea) .. — 175 

II Special . . 'W 287 

Telegraph(Kettering)'W HI 

Footwear Organiser . . . . M 237 

Fording M 237 

Foreign Affairs .. .. M 237 

,1 Field M 237 

„ Mission Chronicle . . Q 287 
Forest Gate Express . . . . 'W 132 
Forest Hill Examiner . . 'W 98 

Foresters' Miscellany .. M 237 

Forfar Dispatch .. .. 'W 195 
., Herald .. 'W 198 

„ Review .. .. 'W 195 

Forget-me-Not . . . . 'W 237 

Form M 287 

Formby Times (Southport).. W 172 
Forres Gazette . . iff 195 

„ News 'W 287 

Fortnightly Financial Rer'w P 287 

„ Journal . . . . F 287 

„ Review .. .. M 237 

Forward (Curragh Camp) . . M 237 

(Glasgow) .. .. ^W 287 

Foundry Trade Journal .. M 287 

Fowls for All W 237 

Framlingham Weekly News W 132 

Frangais eY 237 

Franciscan Annals . . M 237 

Fraserburgh Advertiser . . W 196 

„ Herald .. .. W 195 

Free Catholic M 238 

„ Church Chronicle . . M 238 
„ Churchman . . M 23S 

„ Gardeners' Journal . . M 288 
„ and Open Church . . Q 238 
„ Press ( W. Bromwich) . . 'W 182 
„ „ of Mounmouth- 

shire (P'iitypool)'W 161 
"-'""- . Tff 218 



,1 „ (Wexford) 

„ Russia — 238 

„ Sunday Advocate . . M 238 

„ Thuiker W 238 

Freedom M 238 

Freeman Q 288 

Freeman's Journal (Dublin) D 211 

Freemason yf gg 

Freemasons' Chronicle . . Vf 88 
Freighters Journal . . . . M 238 
French Quarterly . . . Q 238 

Friend W 88 

Friendly Companion . . . . M 238 

Friends' Quarterly Examiner Q 238 

II Witness .. M 238 

Frier jj 238 

Frlnton and Walton Graphic ■\W 132 

I, News 'W' 132 

„ Times .. .. 'W 132 

Frontier Sentinel (Newry) . . "W 214 
Fruit, Flower and Vegetable 

Trades Journal .. 'W 86 

„ Grower 'W 86 

Fulliam Chronicle .. .. 'W 96 

„ Oazette .. 'W 96 

Funny Wonder .. 'W 238 

Fur and Feather . . . . 'W 238 

,1 World M 238 

Furnishing Trades Organiser M 238 
Furniture Record .. . . 'W 288 



COMPLETE BRITISH ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



. 37_ 

PAaK 

Herb Doctor Q 241 

Hereford ABC Railway 

Guide M 241 

Hereford Journal . . W 13' 

„ Mercury .. W 187 

„ Times . . W 137 

llerefordlaa — 241 

llome Bay Press . . W 137 

Heron's Flat t EsUte Mart M 241 
Hertford Railway Guide .. M 241 
Hertfordshire Kxpress 

(Ultchin) W 137 
,, Kernel Hempstead 

Gazette W 136 
,, Mercury (Hert- 
ford) .. W 137 
„ News (St. Alhans) W 167 
,. Record ..WIS" 
Herts Advertiser (St. Albans) W 167 
,, Observer (Bishop's 

Stortford) 'W 109 

„ Reporter (Royston) . . 'W 16« 

Hewetts Tourist Time Table M 241 

Hexham Courant .. .. "W 1-J7 

Herald .. -W 137 

Weeltly News .. 'W 137 

Hey wood Advertiser . . . . 'W 137 

„ News .. 'W 137 

Uibbert Journal .. Q 241 

Hibeniia Q 241 

Hibernian .Tournai . . . . U 241 
Higliam'8 Magazine .. .. M '241 
Higlibiiry Quadrant Maga- 
zine Q 241 
„ Quarterly.. .. Q 241 
HIglier Kiluciitlon Gazette "W 241 
Highland Light Infantry 

Chronicle .. Q 241 

„ Leader (Inverness) "W" 198 

„ News (Inverness) W 198 

,, Times (Inverness) "W" 198 

High Peak Advertiser 

(New Mills) 'W 156 
„ „ Chronicle 

(Buiton) .. ■WU" 
It t. News 

(Buxton) .. W 117 
„ ,, Reporter 

(New Mills) ■»• 15.i 
,, Speed in Shorthand . . —241 

Highway M 241 

Highways and Hedges . . M '241 
Hill's Doncaster ABC 

Time Table . . . . M 242 

„ Recorder Time Table M 242 

Hinckley Echo . . 'W 137 

„ Observer .. .. 'W 137 

,, Times .. .. 'W 137 

Hippodrome M 242 

Hire Traders' Record . . M 242 

Historic Socy. of Lanes . . M 242 

History Q 242 

Hither Green Journal .. "W 96 

Hobbies 'W 242 

Holborn Guardian . . . . ^ff 96 
., Review .. .. Q 242 
Hoibrook's Guide .. .. M 242 
Hiiliduy Makers .. .. M 242 
Holioway Press . . . . "W 96 
Holmfirth Express . . . . 'W 138 
Holaworthy News .. .. 'W lite 

Holt Post W 138 

Holyhead Chronicle.. .. 'W 138 
„ Mall .. ..■??■ 138 
„ Observer . . . . W 138 

Home M 242 

„ and Colonial Mail . . 'W 87 
„ and Country .. .. M 242 

,, Chat W 242 

„ Companion .. .. 'W 242 
„ Dressmaker . . . . M 242 
,, Fashions .. .. M 242 

„ Finder M 242 

„ Friend M 242 

„ „ Scotch Girls' 

Paper .. M 242 
„ Handicrafts .. M 241 

„ Journal M 242 

„ Magazine .. If 242 

„ Messenger .. .. M 242 

„ Mirror 'W "242 

„ Mission Field .. 8-Y 242 

„ Notes 'W -242 

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

„ Weekly 'WT 242 

„ Words M 242 

. Workers' Guattt ^ M 242 



VIGI 

Gaelic Athlete (Dublin) .. fV 211 
„ Churclimsn . . M 23S 

Gaiety M 2!8 

(i.'illiTy Gazette .. M238 

< ialloway Advertiser 

(Stranraer) 'W 203 
„ Gazette (Newtull 

Stewart) .. 'W 201 

Oalway Kxpress .. 'W 212 

„ Leader . . 'W 212 

„ Observer .. 'W 212 

Pilot .. 2 W 212 

Ganiholier VT 238 

Oamekeeper M 238 

Gamekeejier's Awoclatlon 

Gazette .. M 238 

(tames and Toys .. M 238 

Garage 'W 238 

Garden 'W 86 

„ Cities M 238 

Life -W 288 

Work -W 2SS 

Gardeners' Chronicle .. "W 86 

Gardening Illustrated . . 'W 88 
Garston & Woolton News . . 'W 138 

Gas Journal W 86 

„ Engineers' Magazine . . M 238 

„ IJght 'W 288 

„ World 'W 86 

„ and Uil Power . . M 238 

Gavel Q238 

Gaytonian M 238 

Gazette de Guernsey.. .. 'W 217 
„ Srd London Hospital M 238 
,, Railway Time Table 

(Littleliaiupton) M 238 

O.C.R. Guide H-T'i38 

Gem Library 'W 238 

Otnealogical Monthly .. M '^38 

Genealogist Q 238 

„ Pocket Library III 2:iS 

General Advertiser (Dublin) 'W 211 

„ Kail. Guide (Carlisle) M 23H 

Gentleman's Journal . . 'W 238 

„ Tailor .. .. M 238 

Gentlemen's Pall .Mall Fa8h.H-"5r2SS 

Oentiewoman W 86 

Geographical Journal . . M 238 

„ Teacher . . M 28S 

Geological Magazine.. .. M 238 
Geologists' Proceedings 5 "Y 238 
Geophysical Journal . . . . M 238 
George Broomhall's Oilseed 

News D 239 

George Clarke's Magazine .. M '.^39 
O. K. S. Magazine .. .. M239 
Oiggleswick Chronicle S '7 239 

Girl Guides Gazette . . . . M 239 

Olrls' Cinema ■«/■ 239 

Girls' Club Journal . . 3 Y 239 

„ „ News .. .. M 239 

„ Companion "W 239 

„ Friend 'W 231) 

„ Friend Library .. M 239 

,, i'riendly Society's 

Journal . . M 239 

„ Friendly Society 

Quarterly . . . • Q 239 
„ Ouildry Gazette H-Y 23a 
„ Home Library . . M 239 

„ Mirror 'W 239 

„ Own Paper .. .. M 239 
„ Own Stories .. .. W '239 

„ Weekly 'W 239 

OUd Tidings for the Young M 239 
Glamorgan Advertiser 

(Maestcg) 'W 149 
„ Free Press 

(Pontypridd) 'W 162 
„ Gazette (Bridgend) "W 113 
„ Times (Pontypridd) iff 162 

Glasgow Academy Chronicle Q 239 
„ Advertiser Circular 'VV '239 
„ Chamberof Com'crce M 239 
,, Citizen .. D 196 

„ Herald .. D 196 

,, Medical Journal . . M 239 
„ Obsei-ver . . W 196 

„ Programme . . 'W 239 

,, Star and Examiner iff 196 
„ Slock List .. .. D 239 
„ Weekly Herald . . W 196 
„ „ News .. 'W 196 

Gleanings and Memoranda . M 239 

Glee Garland M 239 

Glenalmond Clironicle ..8Y 239 
Glorious News .. Q 239 

Glossopdale Chron. (Olossop) "W 133 
Gloucester Diocesan Mag. M 239 
„ Journal . . . . 'W 133 
Gloucestershire Chronicle 

(Gloucester) W 133 

,, Echo (Cheltenham) D 120 

Golf Illustrated . . 'W 239 

„ Monthly M 239 

n Trader M 239 



PAOR 

Oolfln« M 289 

Ooo<lall's A B Guide .. M 239 

Uoo<l Health M 239 

„ Unes M 289 

„ News M '239 

„ Seed M 239 

„ Templar's Watchword 'W '289 

„ Tidings M 239 

Goodship Novels .. M 2:19 

Goodwill Q 289 

Goole Journal 2 W 183 

„ Times 'W 183 

Go or Send M 289 

Oordonian — 239 

Gorton Reporter . . . . "W 133 
Gospel Advocate .. .. M '239 

„ Echo M 239 

„ Gleanings .. .. M 239 
„ Graphic .. M '239 

„ Light M '239 

„ Magazine . . M 2:19 

„ Me"8enger(Edinb'iih) M 239 
„ of the Grace of God — 240 
„ .Standard .. .. M 210 

„ Stories M 240 

„ Trumpet .. M '240 

Gourock Times . . 'W 197 

Oovan Press 'W 19« 

Government Workers Advo- 
cate M 240 

Oower 8 Y 240 

Oowertonian . . 3 Y 240 

Graded School! ut. tjuarterly Q 240 

„ „ Junior „ Q 24U 

„ „ Prim. „ Q 240 

„ Senior „ Q 240 

Grafton Fashions .. H-Y '240 

Grand Magazine . . M 240 

Grangemouth Advertiser . . "W 197 

Orange News "W 133 

„ Guardian .. W i:i3 

Granta 'W 240 

Grantham Journal .. .. "W 133 

Graphic 'W 86 

(inivesend Reporter.. .. "W" 133 

Grays Gazette 'W 134 

Great Central Time Tables H-Y 240 
,, Eastern Railway Maga- 
zine M 240 
„ Northern Time Tables — 240 
„ „ Local Time 

Table — 240 

„ Tlioughts .. ,. 'W 240 

„ Western Magazine .. M 240 

Greater Britain Messenger.. M 240 

Oreatheart M 240 

Green Final 'W 240 

„ Howards Gazette . . M 240 

Greenock Herald . . "W 197 

„ Telegraph . . . . D 197 

Gregg's Shorthaud Magazine M 240 

Gresliam — 240 

Griebert's Philatelic Notes Q 240 

Grimsby Daily Telegraph . . D 134 

„ News .. .. 'W 134 

Grocer 'W 86 

Grocers Gazette .. .. 'W &6 
,, Journal .. .. 'W 86 
„ Record .. .. "W 240 
„ Review .. 'W 240 

Grocery M 240 

Gryphon — 240 

Guardian 'VST 87 

Guernsey Advertiser . . "W 217 

„ Entertainments .. "W 240 
„ Evening Pi'ess .. D 217 
„ Weekly Press . . ^ff 217 

Oui le 'W '240 

Guild M 240 

„ Life and Work.. ..M240 
Ouildman .. .. B-M 240 
Gutb na Bliadhna . . Q 240 

Guy's Hospital Gazette .. F 240 
„ Time Tables .. M '240 

Owyliedydd Newydd 

(Blaenau)'W 110 



Hackney Gazette . . 8 'W 96 

„ Recorder . Sff 96 

„ Review . . . . W 240 

„ Spectator . . "W 96 

Haddington Advertiser . . "W" 197 

„ Courier .. 'W 197 

Uaigb's iiand Journal .. —240 



fAOK 

Haileyburian — 240 

Hairdressers' Chronicle . . M 240 
Journal .. 'W 87 

Hairdressing M 240 

Halcsworth Times . . . . 'W 134 

Hslifax Courier . . 'W 1.34 

,, Evening Courier . . D 134 

Halstead Deanery Magazine M 240 

Oar.ette .. 'W 134 

Haltwhistle Echo . . . . 'W 134 

Herald 

(Hexhsm) W 137 
Hamilton Advertiser .. 'W 197 

Hamlyn'a Menagerie Mag. . . W 241 
Hammersmith Courier .. 'W 96 
Hampshire Advertiser 

(Southampton) W 172 
,, Chronicle 

(Winchester) W 184 
„ County Times 

(Portsmouth) 'W 162 
„ Herald (Alton) .. 'W 102 

„ Independent 

(Southampton) "W" 172 
,, Observer 

(Winchester) 'W 184 
„ Regimental Joal. M 241 

„ Telegraph (Ports- 

mouth) .. 'W 162 
Hampstead Advertiser ..iff 96 
„ Express .. .. 'W 96 

„ Braille Magazine M 241 

„ lUcord .. .. 'VV 96 

Handicrafts M 241 

Handsworth Chronicle .. "W 135 

Herald .. .. 'W 135 

Handy Shipping Guide .. 'W "241 

„ Stories W 241 

„ Time Tables (Arbroath) M 241 
Hants and Berks Gazette 

(Basingstoke) 'W 106 
„ and Sussex N ewa 

(Petersfleld) "W 161 
,, and Sussex Co. Press 

(Emsworth) 'W 130 
Hanwell Gazette .. .. 'W 135 
Happy Hour Stories . . . . iff 241 
Hardwarem.an .. "W 241 

Hardware Trade Journal .. "W" 87 
Harper's .Magazine . . . . M 241 
„ Wine and Spirit 

Gazette Vf 87 

Harrogate Advertiser . . iff 135 

„ Herald .. "W 185 

Harrovian M 241 

Harrow Bill Book .. 3 Y 241 

„ Blue Book . . 3 Y 241 

„ Observer .. 'W 136 

llartland Chronicle . . . . IP 241 

Harvard Theological Review Q 241 

Harvest .. M 241 

Harwich Newsman . . . . 'W 136 
,, Standard .. .. "VV 185 
Haslingden Gazette . . . . W 135 
„ Guardian .. "W 138 

Hastings Observer . . .. iff IS& 
Hatter's Gazette .. .. M241 
Hawick Express .. .. 'W 197 

,, News 'W 197 

Head Teachers' Review . . M 241 
Headley's Time Tables . . M 241 

Headway M 241 

Healer M 241 

Health Jlessenger . . M 241 

„ and Efffciency . . M 241 
„ and Strength .. "W 241 

,, News M 241 

,, Observer . . . . — 241 

Healthy Life .. ' .. .. M 241 

Heanor Observer . . . . 'W 136 

Heart . . . . Q 241 

„ of Africa Magazine . . Q 241 

Hearts of Oak Journal . . M 241 

Hebden Bridge News .. "W 136 

„ „ Times .. 'VV' 136 

Heckmondwike Herald . . W 136 

„ News .. W 136 

„ Reporter .. 'W' 136 

Hednesford Advertiser .. 'VV 136 

„ Courier .. 'W 130 

Helensburgh News . . . . 'W 198 

„ Times .. .. 'W 198 

Helps from the Poor . . M 241 

Hendon Advertiser . . . . "W 241 

„ Times W 136 

Henley Chronicle .. 'W 13« 

,, Standard . . 'W 136 

Herald Cymraeg (Carnarvon) "W 119 
„ of the Cross.. .. M 241 
,, ,, Peace .. .. Q 241 
„ „ Salvation .. .. JI 241 
„ „ the Star .. .. M 241 
„ „ Wales (Swansea).. "W 175 



38 



THE ■ iNEWSPAPERW PRESS DIRECTORY. 



PAOB 

Uuroeleas Q 242 

Homes of the East .. .. Q, Hi 
Homestead .. H-T 242 

Ilomlletic Review .. .. M 242 
Homing Pigeon .. ..W242 
llomccopathic World . . M 242 

Honley Eipress .. ..W13S 

Honour Q 242 

UoraJucnnda M 242 

Horlmry Observer .. ..WISS 
Horflelrt Kecord (Uristol).. W 116 
I lorley Advertiser .. . W 138 
Horncastle Niws . ■«" 138 

Homer's Penny Stories . . W 242 
Hornsea Guardian . . . . W 1S8 
Horasey J^llm^l - W 96 

Horological Joiinial . . . M 242 
Horse and Hound . . . . W 87 

Horseman Q 242 

Horstorth Weekly Advertiser W 243 
Horsham Times . . W 138 

Horticultural Trade Journal W 242 
Worker . . M 242 
Hosiery Tratle Journal . . M 242 

Hospital M 242 

„ Gazette .. M 242 

„ Saturtlay Fund Jrl. Q 242 

Hotel Review . . . . M 242 

„ Tariff Guide . . . . M 242 

House and Garden . . . . M 242 

Housing Journal . . ■ • Q 243 

Hove Gazette W 138 

Howard Journal — 243 

Howdenshire Gazette (Goole) "^ 183 
How den shire Chronicle 

(Pocklington) .. .. W 181 

Hoylake Advertiser . . . . W 139 

Iree Press . . . . W 243 

llucknall Dispatch .. .. W 139 

Huddcrstleld DailyExaminer D 139 

„ Examiner . . W 139 

Worker .. W 139 

Hugo's Erench Journal . . 'W 243 

Hull and East Yorks Times 'W 1S9 

,, and tines. Times . . "W" 139 

„ Catholic Ueralil , . 'W 139 

,, Dally News .. .. I) 139 

„ News 'W 139 

„ Trade Transit . . . . M 243 

Humanist M 243 

Humanltariau Era .. .. — 243 
Huntingdonshire Post 

(Huntingdon) 'W 140 
Huntly Express . . 'W 198 

Hunts County Hews 

(Huntingdon) 'W 140 
Hurst Johnian 9-Y 243 

Hutchinson's Story Magazine M 243 
Hyde Reporter . . 'W 140 

Uythe Advertiser . . 'W 140 

,, Keporter .. 'W 140 



Ibis Q 243 
ce and Cold Storage . . M 243 
„ Cream Supplement . . II 243 
I.C.S. Student . . M 243 

Ideal Home M 243 

Ideas W 243 

Ilford Guardian . . . . W 140 
,, Recorder .. .. W 140 
llfracombe Chronicle . . "W 140 

Ilkeston Advertiser . , , . 'W 140 
,, Pioneer .. 'W 140 

llkley Free Press . . W 140 

Illuminating Engineer . . M 243 
Illustrated Carpenter and 

Builder .. .. W 243 
„ Chronicle (Newcastle) D 164 
„ London News . . *W 87 

„ Official Jml. of Patents 'W 243 
„ Police News ., iff 87 

,, Sporting & Dramatic 

News .. .. W 87 
„ Sunday Herald . . 'W 81 
„ Wrexham Argus . . M 243 

Illortratlon Q 243 

Iraeldist M 243 

Impartial Reporter 

(Ennlskillen) 'W 212 

Imperial & Asiatic Quarterly Q 243 

„ Colonist .. .. M 243 

„ Industrial £«vlew M 243 

„ Begister „ „ M 248 



PAOE 
Implement Review . . . . M 243 

Impressions M 243 

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

Music Gaz. 8-Y 24.'! 

Inder.t Gazette . . H.-'T 243 

Index Library . . 4-Y 241 

,, Medicus .. .. M 243 

,, to the Times .. .. Q 243 

India W 243 

„ Rubber Journal .. AV 243 
Indian Antiquary . . . . M 243 
„ Appeals .. .. M 243 

„ Church Magazine . . Q 243 
„ Education .. .. M 243 
„ Magazine . 8-Y 243 

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

Indicator D 98 

Individualist Q 243 

Industrial Art Journal , . M 243 

„ Briton . . . . M 243 

„ Daily News . . D 87 

„ League . . M '^44 

Industries Illustrated . . M 243 

Infants' Magazine .. .. M 244 

Inflnito — 244 

Injieniero Industrial .. Q 244 

Ingenieur Industriel Q 244 

Inklings and Gumpticna . . Q 244 

Inquirer W 244 

Institute Journal . . . . M 244 
,, Journal and Opto- 
metrist .. .. M 244 
,, Magazine .. .. Q 244 

Instructor M 244 

Insiu-ance M 244 

„ and Finance 

Chronicle . . F 87 

„ Advocate .. .. M 244 
„ Agent and Review M 244 
,, andFinancialGazetteM 244 
,, Banking Review.. M 244 
,, Freeman .. .. M 244 
„ Gem .. M 244 

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

,, Journal .. .. M 244 
„ Magazine . . S-'ST 244 

Mail .. W 244 

Man .. .. M 244 

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

„ Record .. .. W 87 
„ Spectator .. .. M 244 
„. I'rath .. .. F 244 
International Catalogue of 

Scient. Lit, . . — 244 
„ Co-operative Bul- 
letin . . M 244 
„ Customs Journal M 244 
„ Good Templar . . Q 'v!44 
,, Journal of Ethics Q 244 
,, „ of Orthodontics M 244 
,, Labour Review ,. M 244 
,, Law Notes .. Q 244 
,, Psychic Gazette . . II 244 
,, Record .. .. Q 244 
„ Review of Missions Q 244 
„ Sugar Journal .. M 244 
„ Theosophical Chron- 
icle . . . . M 244 
„ Women's Suffrage 

News .. .. M 244 

Inverness Courier . . 2 "W" 198 

„ Football Times . . 'W 198 

Inventor . . ' . . . . M 244 

Investment Register . . M 244 

Investor's Chronicle.. ,. — 87 

„ Guardian .. .. "ff 87 

„ Monthly Manual M 244 

,, Review .. W 87 

LPS. Quarterly .. Q 244 

Ipswich School Magazine 8 Y 244 

Ireland's Own '^ff 244 

„ Saturday Night 

(Belfast) 'W 208 
Irish and Scotch Linen and 

Jute Trades Jourual M 244 
,, Bee Journal .. .. M244 
„ Book Lover .. .. M 244 
,. Builder (Dublin) .. p 244 
,, Catholic (Dublin) ., 'W 211 
,, Catholic Herald (Dub- 
lin) ■W211 

„ Churchman . . . . W 244 
„ Civil Service Review .. M 244 
,, Congregational Mag. M 244 
,, CycHst and Motor 

Cyclist yf 246 



PAGE 

Irish D. Telegraph (Belfast) D 208 

,, Draper M 245 

,, Ecclesiastical Record M 245 
„ Endeavourer .. .. M 245 

„ Farmer 'W 246 

„ Field (Dublin) .. . 'W 211 
,, Gai-denlng .. .. M 245 

„ Grocer W 246 

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

,, Law Times (Dublin) .. W 211 

„ Life 'W 245 

„ Limelight .. .. M 245 

,, Monthly .. .. M 245 

„ Motor 'W 245 

,, Naturalist . . M 245 

,, News (Belfast) . . .. D 208 
., Newsagent .. .. W 245 
„ Postal Guardian .. M 245 

,, Poultry Weekly .. 'W 246 

„ Presbyterian . . . . M 245 

„ Printer II 246 

„ Racing Calendar .. W 246 
,, Railway Review . . M 245 

,, Reports M 246 

„ Eosary M 245 

., School Weekly . . . . W 245 
„ Society (Dublin) .. W 246 
„ Statesman .. .. 'W 245 
„ Theological Quartciiy Q 246 
„ Times (Dublin) . D 211 

„ Tobacco Trade Journal M 245 
„ Weekly (Belfast) .. W 208 
„ ,, Independent 

(Dublin) W 211 

„ World 'W 245 

Irlani a)>d Cadishead Tele- 
graph 'W 141 

Iron and Coal Trades Review "W 87 

Ironmonger W 87 

Ironmongers' Weekly .. "W 245 

Irvine Herald "W 198 

„ Times 'W 198 

„ Valley News .. .. W 245 

Isls Vf 2i5 

Islamic Review . . . . M 245 
Isle of Ely Advertiser (Wis- 
bech) . . 2 W 184 
„ of Man Ex.nmlncr 

(Douglas) "W 217 
„ „ „ Times (Douglas) D 217 
,, „ Thanet Gazette (Mar- 
gate) 'W 151 

„ „ Wight Advertiser 

(Ventnor) W 179 
„ ,, „ Chronicle 

(Sandown) 'W 168 
„ ,, „ Guardian 

(Shanklln) W 169 
„ „ „ Herald (Cowes) 'W 124 
,, „ ,, Mercury 

(Ventnor) W 179 
„ „ „ Observer(Ryde)"W 167 
„ ,, „ Times (Ryde).. 'W 167 
Islington Guardian . , , . "W 96 
Italian Chamber of Com- 
merce Q 245 



rack Tar .. „ .. M 
apanese Journal of Com- 



246 





merce 


. Q 245 


Jarman's Wrexham ABC. 


. M 245 


Jedburgh Gazette 


. W 198 


Jersey Entertainments 


. W246 


„ Weekly Post . . 


. W 217 


Jester 


. 'W 245 


Jeweller and Metalworker . 


. F 246 


Jewellers' Trade Advertiser M 246 


Jewish Chronicle 


W 87 


,, Evening News 


D 80 




, Express 


D 79 




Guardian 


W 88 




Missionary Herald . 


. M 245 




„ Intelligence . 


M 245 




, Opinion 


. — 245 




, Quarterly Review . 


. Q 245 




, Tunes 


D 79 




, World 


W 88 



PAOE 

Jockey 'W 245 

John Bull 'W 88 

John O'Groat's Jouml(Wick)'W 208 
John O'London's Weekly . . 'W *46 

Johnian 8-'$' 246 

Johnstone Advertiser . . 'W 198 
Joint Stock Co.'s Journal .. W 88 
Journal, and Proceedings of 
Permanent 
Way Inst. ..8 Y 2111 
„ and Transactions of 

Soc of Engrs. . . Q 24*j 
„ of African Society . . Q 24*j 
„ of Agricultural 

Science .. .. Q 240 
„ Amalgamated 

Society of Tailors Q 246 
„ Anatomy.. .. Q 240 
,, Botany .. .. M 216 
„ Brit. Astronomical 

Assoc. .. ]y[ 246 

,, British Science 

Guild .. .. M 246 
„ British Soc. Avi- 
culture .. .. Q 246 
,, Cancer .. .. Q 240 
,, Central Cliambers 

of Agriculture 8-Y 246 
„ Central Asian Soc. Q 246 
„ Chartered Society 

of Massage . . M 247 
,, Chemical Society M *247 
„ „ Technology Q 246 

,, Clerks of Works 

Association . . M 247 
,, Commerce 

(Liverpool) . . D 146 
„ Comparative 

Legislation .. Q 246 
,, Comparative 

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

,, Cork Historical 

Society H-Y 247 

., Corporation of In- 
surance Brokers M 247 
„ Decorative Art . . M 240 
„ Department of 
Agriculture 
Ireland .. Q 246 
,, Domestic Appli- 

ances . . . . M 240 
,, East India Assoc. Q S47 
Ecology .. .. Q 24fl 
,, Edinburgh Cham- 
ber of Commerce Q 247 
„ Education .. M 24» 

II Egyptian Arch- 

a-ology .. .. Q 246 
„ Experimental 

Pedagogy ..3-Y246 
„ Farmers' Club 7.Y 247 
„ Forestry . . . . Q 246 
,, Friends' Historical 

Society Q 247 
„ Genetics . . . . Q '246 
„ Gipsy Lore Society Q 247 
„ Hellenic studlesH-Y 246 
,, H.M. Customs 

and Excise 'W 246 
„ Hygiene .. .. Q 246 
,, Imperial Arts 

League.. .. Q 247 
„ Industrial Wel- 
fare .. M 248 
,, Inst.of ActuariesH-Y847 
„ Inst, of Bankers M 247 
„ Inst, of Bankers 

in Ireland Q 247 
„ Inst, of Brewing 7 Y 247 
„ Inst, of British 

Carriage Mnftrs. M 247 
„ Inst, of Carpenters Q 247 
„ Inst, of Chemistry — 245 
„ Inst. County En- 
gineers . . . . F 246 
„ Inst, of Elec- 
trical Engineers — 247 
„ Inst, of Mechanical 

Engineers .. M 247 
,, Inst, of Metals H-Y 247 
„ Inst, of Municipal 

Engineers .. Q 247 
„ Inst. I'etroleum 

Technologists Q 247 
„ Inst, of Sanitary 

Engineers .. M 247 
„ Iron and Steel 

Institute H-Y 247 
„ Eildare Archl, 

Society .. H-Y 240 
,, Laboratory .. M 246 
„ Land Agents' So- 
ciety .. .. M 247 



COMPLETE BRITISH ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



39 



PAQK 
■ uiirtialot rjirj'nKoIogy, Ac. M 246 
,, I;«cd8 UnfTcrBlty 

Textile A!iao...8-T 248 
„ Liniiean Society — 247 
„ I^ndon Hoelety M 247 
„ ll.inchestcr Oeog. 

Society.. .. Q 247 

Marine Biological 

Assoc HY 247 

Mental .Science. Q 246 
Micrology .. — 246 
„ Ministry of Agri- 
culture .. M 247 
„ National Society 

Art Masters .. Q 247 
„ Natural History 



of Hiam .. 


-247 


„ Neurology 


Q 246 


„ Northants Nat. 




History 


M ?47 


„ Obstetrics 


Q 240 


„ Parli-inicnts 


Q 247 
Q 246 


„ Palholopy 


„ Philatelic Litera- 




ture Society . . 


Q 247 


M Physiology 


- 240 


„ Roman Studies H-Y 246 


„ Routgen soc. . . 


Q 247 


,, Royal Authropo- 




li>gical Inst. H-Y 247 


„ The Royal Army 




Medical Corps . 


M 247 


„ The Royal Army 




Service Corps 


M 247 


„ Royal Artillery 


M 247 


Royal Asiatic Soc 


Q247 


„ Royal Horticul- 


tural .Society . . 


Q247 


Koyal Horticul- 


tural Society H-Y 248 


IU)yaI Institute o 




British Ardiitects F 248 


„ Royal Microscopic 




Society.. 


Q 218 


Royal Naval Med- 




ical Service . . 


Q 248 


„ Royal .Society of 




Antiquaries in 




Ireland . . 


Q 248 


„ Royal SUtisticai 


Society .. 4-Y 248 


Royal U.S. Insti- 




tution .. 


Q 248 


„ Sanitary Institute 




B M 248 


„ Scientific Phy.si- 




c»l Training 3-Y 246 


Society Architect 


M 248 


Soc. of Arts .. 


W 83 


„ Soc. of Chemical 




Industry 


F 248 


„ Soc. of Dyers 




and Colorista . . 


M 248 


„ Soc. of Estate 




Clerks of Works M 248 


„ Soc. of Glass Tech 




nology . . 


Q 248 
M246 


,, .State Medicine .. 


,, Surveyors' Inst. 


M 243 


„ Textile Institute 


M 248 


„ Theological Studies Q 248 


„ Tropical Medicine 


V 248 


„ U.S. Institution of 


India .. 


Q 248 


Welsh Biblio- 




graphical SOC.H-Y248 


„ West of Scotland' 




Iron and Stee 




Inst. 


M248 


Journeyman Baker's Mag. . . 


M 243 


Joyful News 


W 243 


Junior Inst, of Engineers' 




Journal 


M 248 


„ Mechanics and 




Electricity . . 


M24a 


Juridical Review 


Q 248 


Justice 


W 88 


„ of the Peace.. 


W 33 


Juvenile Rechabite . . 


M 248 


„ Templar 


M 248 



I . l/'ahncrete Engineering B 

I' JVeighley News 
t Keliock's List of Vessels .. 
' Kelly's I'rade Review 
Kelso Chronicle 

,. Mail 

Kemp's Lancashire Gazette 
„ Gazette for Wales . . 
„ Mer^-antileCiizette. 
„ Midland Gazette . . 
„ Northern Gazette .. 



M 248 
W 141 
M 248 

M 248 
W 198 
"W 198 
W '248 

P 248 
W 248 

F 248 
W 248 



PAOI 
Kemp's South ■ E a • I e r n 

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

Kendalian 3-Y 248 

KcnilHorth Advertiser .. W 141 

Kennel Gazette .. M 248 

Kensington Qa^tte . . W (Hi 

„ News .. 'W «> 

Post . . W 9« 

Kent Argus (Ramsgate) . . W 104 

„ Comier(TuiibriilgeWcll8)'W 17!) 

„ Herald (Canterbury).. W 118 

„ Messenger (Ashforii) .. W 103 

„ Messenger (Oravcscnd) W 134 

,, Mea8enger(Maldstone) 3 ^ff 140 

„ Messenger (Sevcnoaks) — 109 

„ and Sussex Post 

(Uawkhnrst) 'W 136 
Kentish Express (Ashford) .. W 108 
„ Gazette (Canterbry) W 118 
,, Independent 

(Woolwich) W 96 

„ Mercurj(Greenwich)'W 97 

„ Obscrver(Cantrl)ry) W 118 

Kerry News (Tralet) 3 W 216 

„ People (Tralee) . . 2 W 210 

„ Sentinel ClYalee) 2 W 210 

„ Weekly Reporter 

(Tralee) . . . . W 210 

Kerrynian W 248 

Keswick Reminder . . . . W 248 

Kettering Guardian . . . . 'W 141 

Leader .. 'W 141 

Kew Bulletin — 248 

Khaki M 248 

Kidderminster Shuttle . . W 141 

„ Times .. 'W 142 

Kiildies Magazine . . M 248 

Kilburn Times . . . . W 97 

Kilclare Observer (Naas) . . "W 214 

Kilkenny Journal 2 W 213 

„ People .. .. "W 213 

Killarney Echo (Tralee) . . 'W 210 

Kilmarnock Herald . . . . W 198 

Standard .. 'W 199 

Kilrush Herald . . W 213 

Kilsyth Chronicle . . . . W 199 

Journal .. .. W 199 

Kilwinning Clironicle . . 'W 199 

KincardineObserver(L'kirk) W 199 

Kindergarten & First Grade M 248 

Kinema Comic .. W 248 

Kinematograph & Lantern 

Weekly ■«?■ S3 

Kinematograph Monthly 

Record M 248 

Kingdom M 249 

King's College Review . . Q 249 

„ „ School Magazine 3-Y 249 

,, ,. Science Jul. .. — 249 

„ CountyClironicle(BiiT) W 209 

,, Messenger .. .. M 249 

„ Messengers .. .. M 249 

Kingsbridge Gazette . . W 142 

., Guardian .. W 142 

Kingswood Magazine 3-'Y 249 

Kington Times (Leominster) W 145 

Kinross-shire Advertiser . . W 199 

Kirkcaldy Mail .. .. W 199 

„ Times . . W 199 

Kirkcudbright Advertiser 

(Castle Douglas) . . . . W 191 
Kirkintilloch Oazette . . W 199 
„ Herald .. W 199 
Kirriemuir Free Press . . W 199 
„ Observer .. W 199 
Knaresborough Post . . 'W' 142 
Kniglit's Government Re- 
ports M 249 

Knowledge Q 249 

Knutsford Advertiser . . W 142 

„ Guardian.. 2 W 142 

Kokka M 2)9 



La Blouse .. 2-Y 249 
a Vrance W 249 

Labour Gazette . . . . M 249 
„ Leader (Manchester) W 150 

„ News W 88 

„ Pioneer .. .. 'W 127 

,, Research .. .. M 249 

„ Voice 'W 249 

,. Woman M 249 

La Chronique W 88 

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

„ Iteld "W 88 

„ Pall Mall Fashions.. Q 219 

,, Tailor .. .. M 219 

,, Wear Trade Journal M 249 

Lady W 88 



Lady of the House .. .. M 249 

Lady's Catalogue of Fasthloiis 3- Y249 

„ Companion . . W 249 

„ World M 249 

La Petite Bevne .. 9 Y 249 
Lafleur's Fife & Dnim Journal 249 
,, Orchestral Journal 249 
Lakes District Herald (Amble- 
side) W 102 

Lake's Falmouth Packet . . W 131 

„ Local Railway Tables M 249 

Lakher Pioneer . . . . Q 249 

Ump of China .. .. Q 249 

Lanark Gazette (Carluke) . . W 191 

Lanarkshire (Hamilton) . . 2 W 197 

Catholic Herald 'W 1&6 

Lancashire Daily Post(Pre8ton) D 163 

,, (SYorksTimeTbl M 249 

Naturalist . .6-Y 249 

Lancaster Guardian . , . . 'W 142 

„ Observer .. .. W 142 

„ P.S.A. Messenger M 249 

Lancet W 88 

Lancing College Magazine 6 Y 249 
Laiul of Sinim . . Q 249 

„ Agente' Record .. W 88 

„ and Liberty . . M 249 

,, Nationaliser .. .. M 249 
„ Union Journal . . . . M 249 

„ Worker M 249 

Landmark M 249 

Langport Herald . . . . W 143 
Largs Weekly News . . ..■!?/ 199 

Lame Times 'W 213 

Laryngoscope M 249 

Latin-American Times . . M 249 
Latter Day .Saints* Millenial 

Star 'W 249 

Latymer School Magazine B-M 249 
Laughable Dialogues . . M 250 

Launceston Weekly News . .2W 143 
Laundry Journal . . . . W 2.')0 
„<V Record .. .. M 250 

Law Journal 'W 88 

,, ,, Reports .. M 25U 

,, Notes M 250 

„ Quarterly Review . . Q 250 
„ Reporter (.Scottish) . . W 250 

,, ReiJorts M 250 

,, Society's Gazette .. M '250 

,, Times 'W 88 

Lawn Tennis W 250 

Lawrentian . . 8-Y 250 

Laxtonian 3-Y 250 

Lay Reader M 260 

Laymen's Bulletin . . . . M 250 

Leach's Children's Fashions.. M 250 

„ Home Dressmaker . . M 250 

„ Home Needlework . . M 250 

„ Newest Fashions .. M 250 

„ Sixpenny Cooking . . M 250 

„ ,, Dressmakings! 250 

„ Knitting .. M 260 

Leader (Dublin) .. .. W 211 

League of Nations . . M 260 

„ „ Of. Journal M 250 

Leamington ABC Time 

Tables . . M 250 

„ County Chron... 'W 143 

„ Spa Courier . . 'W 143 

„ Spa M, News . . D 143 

Leather Goods . . . . M 250 

,, Trades' Review ..W 88 

„ World .. .. W 88 

Ledbury Reporter . . . . W 143 

Lee Journal "W" 97 

Leeds Catholic Herald . . W 143 
„ Hospital Magazine . . M 250 
„ Mercui-y .. .. D 143 

Leek Post 'W 144 

„ Times W 144 

Legal Diary D 260 

Leicester ABC Guide . . M 250 
„ Advertiser . . . . 'W 144 
„ Catholic News . . 'W 144 
„ Chronicle . . . . 'W 144 
„ Co-op. Record .. M '260 
„ Daily Mercury . . D 144 

„ Mail D 144 

Leigh Chronicle .. .. W 146 

„ Friendly Coop. . . M 250 

„ Journal and Times . . 'W 146 

l.eighton Buzzard Observer W 145 

Leinster Express (Maryboro) 'W 214 

„ Leader (Naas) . . 'W 214 

„ Reporter(Tullamore)'W 216 

Leiston Olwerver . . . . W 250 

Leisure and Sport Magazine M 250 

„ Hour Library . . M 250 

Leith ObseiTcr . . "W 200 

Leitrim Advertiser (Mohill) W 214 

„ Observer (Carrick- 

on-.Shannon) .. 'W 209 
Lennox Herald (Dumbarton) 'W 192 
Leodicnsian .. 6-Y 260 

Leominster News .. .. W 148 
Les Chant! de L'Aube . . M 250 



I'AOH 

LeaCbapeanx HY 2.'>0 

Lea Chroniques des Jersey 2 W 217 
Lea Elegances Parisiennes . . M 260 
Leslie's Time Tables . . M 2.'iU 

Le Tallleur de Paris . . 4-Y 2.'.0 

Leven Advertiser . . 'WT 200 

„ Mall 'W 200 

Lowlsham Advertiser .. W 97 

„ Borough News . . W 97 

,, Journal .. .. "W" 97 

Leyland Weekly News . . 'W 121 

f-ey 8 Fortnightly .. ,. F 260 

Leyton Express . . "W 97 

Leytonstone Express . . 'W 97 

Liberal Christian . . . . Q 250 

„ Magazine .. .. M 250 

„ Monthly .. M 260 

Liberator M 250 

8'W250 

Liberty M 250 

Librarian Jf 250 

Library Q 250 

„ Assistant .. .. M 250 

„ Association Record M 2M 

„ Circular . . Q 260 

„ Journal .. .. M 260 

„ World .. M 250 

Licensed Trade News . . 'W 250 

„ Vehicle Trade RecordF 250 

,, Victuallers' Oazette 'W 88 

Licensing World . . . . 'W 89 

Lichflelti Liocesan Magazine M 250 

„ Jfercury . . . . W 146 

,, Pioneer (Walsall) —180 

Life of Faith Tff 251 

„ and Liberty . . B-M 231 

„ and Work M 281 

„ Boat _ _ .. Q 251 

„ Saving M 251 

Light 'W 89 

,, and Truth .. .. 261 
„ Car and Cycle Car .. W 251 
,, in the Home .. .. M251 

Light- Bearer M 251 

Lighten onr Darkness .. Q 251 

Limei-ick Chronicle . . 3 'W' 213 

„ Kcho .. 2'W213 

,, Leader .. 3 W 213 

Limit Q 251 

Lincoln Co-operative Society 

Record Q 251 

Lincoln Diocesan Mag.izine M 251 
„ Gazette .. .. Yf 145 
,, Leader . . "W" 145 

,, Mercui-y (Stamford) 'W 173 
,, Review .. .. F 251 
Lincolnshire Chronicle 

(Lincoln) 'W 145 
„ Chron. A.B.C. M 2S1 

„ Echo (Lincoln) D 146 

II Free Press 

(Spalding) W 17S 
,1 Notesiic Queries Q 251 

,1 Standard 

(Boston) 'W 111 

8tar(Brigg) .. 'W 113 

Linen Trade Circular .. 'W 251 

Link M 251 

Links of Help M 261 

Linlithgow Gazette .. .. 'W 200 

Linotype Record .. .. M 251 

Lisburn Herald .. .. 'W 213 

„ Standard .. .. 'W 213 

Literary Digest . . . . 'W' 251 

I, Guide . . M 251 

„ and Musical Review M 251 

Literaturo Q 261 

Little Animals Friend .. M 251 

„ Arrow jj 261 

„ Darkies Budget . . Q 261 

„ Folks M 261 

„ Gleaner M 261 

„ One's Treasury .. M 251 

„ Sparks 'W 251 

Littlehamptou ABC Guide M 261 

„ Gazette . . Tff 146 

„ Observer . . W 146 

LIttleport Gazette . . . . 'W 148 

Live Stock Journal . . . . Yf 89 

Liverpool ABC Guide . . M 251 

,, Catholic Herald.. 'W 146 

„ Congregatl. Mag. M 281 

„ Customs Bill of 

Entry .. .. D 861 
,, Daily Courier .. D 146 
„ Daily Post and 

Mercury.. .. D 146 
„ Diocesan Gazette M 261 
., Echo .. D 146 

„ Evening Express D 146 
,, Football Echo .. 'W 146 

,, Stock Exc. List .. D 261 
„ United General 

Produce Aiaoc. 'W 251 
,1 Weekly Post .. 'W 146 
„ Y.M.C.A. News .. Q 251 



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THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



PAOK 

Live Wire M 251 

Living Waters M 2S1 

I.ladnierydd M 251 

Uandudno Advertiser . . 'WW 

„ News .. W 147 

Llanelly Argus . . . . W 147 

„ Guardian .. W 147 

„ Mercury .. W 147 

„ Star W 147 

I-lanfairfechan News .. W 147 

Llanfcollen Ctirunicle .. — 147 

Llanrwst News .. .. W 147 
tloyd George Lib. Mag. . . M 251 
Lloyd's Cliildren's Storyteller "W 251 
„ Daily Index.. .. D 80 
„ Home Novels . . M 251 

„ List D 79 

„ Magazine . . M 261 

„ News .. W 81 

„ Report of Prize Cases — 251 
„ Saturday Stories .. W 251 
„ Weekly Summary . . W 80 
Local Acts During Sessions M 2.')2 
„ Government Chronicle W 89 
„ ,, Journal.. W 89 

„ ., Service .. M 262 

„ Preachers' 3Iagazine.. M 252 

Loclirann M 252 

Lockerbie News . . 'W 200 

Locomotive Journal . . . . M 252 

„ News .. .. V 252 

„ Keview . . . . M 262 

l/jdestone 8 ■$■ 262 

Londlnlan .. 3 "Sr 252 

London Apartments Adver- 
tiser . . . . VT 262 
„ Art Fashions .. M 262 
„ and North Western 

Gazette M 252 
„ „ Time Tables M 252 

„ and South Western 

Time Tables H-"5r 252 
„ B. & 8.C. Time 

Tables .. — 252 

„ City Mission Magazine M 252 
„ Commercial Record W 89 
„ Com Circular 2 W 262 
„ County Council 

Gazette .. .. 'W 252 
„ County Council staff 

Gazette . . . . M 253 
„ Courier .. .. W 97 
„ CustomsBill of Entry D 262 
„ „ „ (Coal) M 252 

„ Diocesan Magazine M 252 
„ Gazette 2 W 89 

„ „ Supplements — 252 

,, Grain Reporter .. D 252 
„ Hospital Gazette . . M 2.'>2 
„ Labour Chronicle .. M 262 
,, Leader .. .. W 2.52 

„ Life 'W 262 

,, Magazine .. .. M 252 

„ Mail 'W 89 

„ Municipal Notes . . M 262 
,, Musical Courier . . M 262 
„ Opinion .. .. "W 89 
„ Philatelist .. .. M 262 
„ Quarterly Review.. Q 252 
,, Scottish Regimental 

Gazette .. .. M 262 
„ TaUor .. M 252 

„ Teacher .. F 262 

„ Telegraph .. .. ■W262 
„ Telephone Direc- 
tory . . H-Y 252 
„ Temperance Times M 262 
„ Typographical J ournalM 252 
„ University Gazette M '262 
„ Welshman .. .. 'W 89 

Londoner W 262 

Londonderry Sentinel 8 "VV" 213 

Londra Roma *V7 89 

Londres Hebdomadaire . . W 252 

Long Eat<)n Advertiser ., W 147 

Longford Independent .. W 213 

„ Journal .. .. W 213 

„ Leader 'W 214 

Looking Forward . . . . M 262 

Lord's Day O 253 

„ Portion .. .. Q 253 

Lorettonlan F 263 

Lotlnga's Week-end Special W 263 

Lot-o'-Fun "Vy 2.53 

Loughborough Echo.. .. 'W 147 

„ Monitor .. 'W 148 

Longhrea Guardian . . . . W 214 

Loughton Advertiser . . 'W 148 

Louth Advertiser . . 2 W 148 

Lowestoft Journal .. .. 'W 148 

„ Time I'ables . . M 263 

,, Weekly Press . . 'W 148 

Lojil Order of Ancient 

Shepherds .. M 263 
L.R.B. Record .. .. M '253 

Lucky Tub yf 253 

Iiudlow Advertlatr .. .. 'W' 1«8 



PAGE 

Lurgan Mall 'W 214 

Luton Chamber of Commerce M 253 
„ News 'W 148 

„ Reporter . . . . 'W 148 
Luzac's Oriental List . . Q 263 

Lyceum Banner .. M 253 

Lydney Observer . . . . "W" 148 
Lyme Regis Mirror .. .. "W 148 
Lymington Chronicle . . "W 148 

Lynn Advertiser . . . . W 142 

„ News "W 142 

Lytham Standard . . 'W 148 

„ Times . . W 148 

Lyonion — 263 



M- A. B Q253 
acclesHeld Advertiser "W 14S* 
„ Courier .. 'W 140 
Times .. 'W 140 

Machinerv 'W' 263 

„ Market .. .. 'W 89 
Machine Wood-worker . . M 253 
Madame Maude's Catalogue 

of Fashions . . . S-Y 263 

Made in Britain .. .. 'W 263 

.Maeve M 2.63 

Magazine of the London 

Royal Free Hospital 3 Y 263 
„ of Wesleyan Metho- 
dist Church M 2.i3 

Magic M '253 

„ Circular , . . . M 253 

Magician M 253 

Magisterial Cases . . • . Q 2.53 

Magnet (Leeds) .. . F 253 

„ Library (London) . . 'W 253 

Maidenhead Advertiser . . W 140 

„ Chronicle . . 'W 140 

Mail 'W 89 

Malacological Society's Pro- 
ceedings Q 263 

Maldon Express .. ..■W149 

Malthuslan M 2.53 

Malton Messenger . . . . "W" 140 

Malvern Gazette . . . . W 140 

„ News .. .. "W 149 

Malverulan M 253 

Man M 2.13 

Managing Engineer . . . . M 253 
„ Printer .. .. — 253 
Manchester Catholic Herald 'W 160 
„ Chamber of Com- 

merce Record M 2.53 
„ City News . . 'VV 150 
„ Evening Chronicle D 160 
„ „ News .. D 160 

,, Football News . . — 150 
,, GeologicalSociety M 253 
,, Guardian I) 160 

,, „ CommercialW 253 

„ Lit. Soc.Procdgs. 3 'y 263 
„ Quarterly .. Q 263 
„ Rail. Guide . . M 263 
„ and Salford Co- 
op. Herald . . M 263 
„ School of Archi- 
tecture . . — 263 
,, South District 

Advertiser .. 'W 161 
„ Weekly Times .. 'W 151 

„ Wheelers' Club 

Journal 4-Y 253 

Mansfield Advertiser . . "VV 151 

,, Chronicle . . . . "W 161 

„ Rail Guide .. M 253 

„ Reporter . . . . "W 151 

Manual Training Magazine M 263 

Manufacturer's Illustrated 

Post .. .. M 264 
,) Hardware Cir- 

cular .. .. Q 253 
Manx Church Magazine . . M 264 
„ Quarterly .. .. Q 254 
„ Wesleyan Church 

Record .. .. M 264 

Marine Caterer .. M 254 

' „ Engineer .. .. M 264 

„ „ Officers' Mag. M 254 

„ Engineering .. M 254 

„ Magazine -. €1 254 

MarketHarboroughAdvertlser'W 161 

„ Rasen Mail . . . . W 161 

Mark Lane Kxpress . . . . W 80 

Marsh's W. PhilatelUt .. W 264 

M«"el ■W264 

Mary Datchulor School 

Magazine .. .. 8 Y 254 
MaryhlU Herald .. ..'W'ZOO 



PAGB 

Marylebone Chronicle .. W 97 
„ Courier . . . . "W 97 

„ Mercury . . "W" 97 

„ Record .. .. "W 97 

Mascot 8-Y 254 

Mascot Magazine .. .. W 264 

Mascot Novels M 254 

Mashamshire Standard .. "Wise 

Masonic Sec. Jom-nal S-'Y 254 

Massage .Tournal .. M "254 

Master Builders' Journal . M 254 

,, Baker .. .. F 354 

Maternity it Child Welfare M 254 

Mathematical Gazette 6-Y 254 

„ Questions ..H-YA54 

Mathieson's Fortnightly List F 264 

Jlatlock Visitor . . " . . W 152 

Matrimonial Circle . . . . M 254 

„ Gazette .. M 254 

Post . . M 254 

Times .. .. M 254 

Mayfair M 254 

Mayo News (Westport) .. W 216 
May's Railway Guide .. M 2.54 

M.C M 254 

McCall's Racing Chronicle.. — 254 
Meat Trades' Joimial . . 'W 254 
Meath Chronicle (Navan) .. W 214 
„ Herald (Kells) .. — 212 

Meccano Magazine . . . . B-M'254 
Mechanical AVorld (M'ch'st'r) W151 
Medical Officer .. .. 'WT 89 

„ Press 'W 90 

„ Review .. .. M 254 
,, Science .. M 254 

,, Temperance Review Q 254 
„ Times .. M 264 

World . . . . 'W 254 

Melton Mowbray Journal . . "W 162 
„ „ Times .. 'W 1-53 

Memories Q 254 

Men of the Day .. M '35 4 

Men's Magazine . . • - Q 354 

„ Wear W 90 

Mercantile Guardian .. M 254 

„ Marine Service 

Reporter .. M 264 

Merchant Service Review . . M 254 

Merioneth News (Dolgelly). . W 127 

Mermaid . . 6-'Y 264 

Merry and Bright . . . . 'W 265 

,, Moments .. 'W 255 

Merseyslde Amusements . . "W" 256 

Merthyr Express . . . . "W" 152 

Message from God . . . . M '366 

„ of the Churcli . . M 266 

Messenger (Belfast) . . B-M 265 

„ Children (Presby. 

Ch.) . . . . M 255 

,, of Mathematics . . M 255 

„ of Sacred Heart.. M 256 

Metal Bulletin . . S-W 255 

„ Industry .. .. W 266 

„ World 'W 90 

Meteor M 265 

Methodist Expositor . . M 255 

„ Recorder.. .. W 90 

,, Times .. .. "W 90 

Metropolitan Fashions . . Q 266 

„ Vickers Gazette M255 

„ Water .. .. M 265 

Mexborough Times . . . . "W" 152 

Mid-day Sporting Special 

(Leeds) D 143 

Mid-Cumberland Herald "W 160 

(Penrith) 
,, Devon Times (Newton 

Abbot) . . 'W 156 

„ „ Adverti8er(New- 

ton Abbot) .. W 1.56 
,, Lothian Advertiser 

(West Calder) 'W 203 
„ Lothian Journal (Porto- 

bello) 'W 202 

„ Sussex Times 

(Hayward's Heath) . . W 136 
„ Ulster Mall (Cookstowu) W 210 
,, Wales Independent 

(Llandrindod Wells) 'W 147 
Mlddleham Opinion.. .. W 256 
Middlesbrough School Mag. 3 'Y 255 
,, Standard 

(Redcar) W 164 
Uiddlesex Advertiser 

(Uxbridge) .. 'W 179 
,, Chronicle 

(Hounslow) .. W 13S 
,, County Times 

(Ealing) 2 W 97 

,, Hospital Journal.. M 265 

5Iiddleton Guardian.. .. W 153 

„ Standard .. "W 158 

Midliurst Times .. .. 'W 163 

Midland Advertiser 

(Wednesbury) .. 'W 181 
„ Chronicle (West Brom- 

wich) . . 'W 182 



FAGS 

Midland Counties Advertiser 

(Roscrea) .. 'W 215 

„ Counties Express 

(Wolverhampton) "W l^'"' 
,, Counties Herald 

(Birmingham) . . W 10'' 
,, Counties 'Tribune 

(Nuneat(>n) . . "W 158 
,, Dally Telegraph 

(Coventry) .. D 1 

„ Daily Tribune 

(Nuneaton) .. D 1'- 
,, Mail (Market Har- 

borough) .. 'W 151 

„ Medleal .lournal ,. M 255 
„ Railway Time 

Tables — - 265 
„ Reporter 

(MuUlngar) 2 'W 214 
,, Sporting Gazette 

(Nott'm.) D 157 

,, Sunbeam .. .. M 255 

,, Tribune (Uirr) ..■W209 

Mildenhall Post .. .. 'W 153 

Milford-on-Sea Record 

Society — 255 

Military Cyclist . . . . Q 255 

„ Journal . . M 255 

„ March Journal . . M 256 

Milk Industry . . — 255 

Miller 'W 90 

Millers' Gazette . . W 265 

Millgate Monthly . . M 255 

Mill Hill Magazine . . . . M 255 

Milling "W 255 

Mlliom Gazette .. .. W153 

„ News "^153 

Milngavie Herald .. . . W 200 

M ind Q 265 

Minehead Advertiser .. 'W 163 

Mine Host M 265 

Mineral Water Trade Review M 266 
Mineralogical Magazine . . Q 266 
Minerva Railway (iulde .. M 255 
Mining Journal . . . . VT OO 
,, Magazine .. .. M 266 
World .. .. "W 90 

Minister's Gazette of Fashion M 255 
Minutes of Institute of Civil 

Engineers .. H-Y 266 

MIrfleld Herald . . 'W 163 

,, Reporter .. .. 'W 153 

Mirror of Life . . . . 'W 90 

Miscellanea Genealogica . . Q 255 

Misericordia M 256 

Mission Field (S.P.G.) .. M 255 

„ „ (Foreign) .. M 265 

„ Hospital .. M 266 

Missionary Echo . . . . M 265 

Herald (Belfast) M 266 

„ Leaves .. .. M 265 

„ Review . . . . Q 255 

,, Worker . . . . M 26S 

Mitoham Advertiser . . 'W 163 

„ Gazette .. .. 'W 97 

,, Herald .. .. W 163 

„ Mercury .. .. 'W 97 

Mizpah Novels , . 'W 256 

Model Engineer . . . . 'W 256 

Modelling Jlonthly . . B-M 256 

Sloderator 'W 213 

Modern Astrology . . . . M '366 
„ Churchman .. .. M 256 
„ Farming .. .. M 266 
„ Language Review . . Q^256 
„ Languages . . . . 6-Y'356 
,, Lithographer .. M 256 
„ Transport .. .. W 266 

Moffat News 'W 200 

„ Times .. .. 'W 200 

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

Money W 90 

Monist Q '256 

Monktonian . . . . 3 Y 256 

Monmouth Guardian 

(Rhymney) W 166 
Monmouthshire Beacon . . "W" 153 
,, Evening Post 

(Newport) D 165 
„ Weekly Post 

(Newport, Mon)W166 

Monograph M 266 

Monotype Recorder . . B-M 266 
Montgomery Express 

(Newtown). . 'W 166 
,, County Times 

(Welshpool) .. W 183 

Month M 256 

Monthly Bulletin French Ch. 

of Commerce . . M '356 
„ Circular .. .. M '366 
,, Journal of Black- 
burn C. of Com. M 256 ! 



COMPLETE BRITISH ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



41 



PAoa 
Monthly Journal of Dndlay 

Ch, of ConinuTK M 26« 
M JourDnl ot f^iver* 
pool Chamtwr of 
(-'onmiercti .. M 25C 

„ .lournal nf Nottiiitt- 

luiniCh.of t'oiiiiii. M 250 
„ Journal of Sheffield 

(;. of Cmnnu'rco M 2SU 

„ Jfagazinc of Kiitioii M SS6 

Mining lIaiiilboi>k M '250 

„ Musital Record .. M 250 

I, Mews Cong. Vt\. W. 

rranehise Ass. . . M 2M) 
., Notes .. M SM 

t, Notices (Astrono* 

mical) .. .. M 356 
I, Keconl of Evangeli- 
cal Mission .. M 256 
,, Record of Free 

Chiircli (Scotland) M 260 
I, Review of Inc. Soc. 
of ln8j)ector8 of 
Weights and 
Measures.. .. M 2.'t0 
,, .Statement . . . . M 250 
,, Summary of Weatlier 

Keports .. .. M 25(! 

„ Treasury .. .. M 250 

„ Visitor .. M !!5« 

Montrose Review . . W 200 

„ SUiidard . . . . W 200 

Uoon Montldy .Magaziiie . . M 2.'>(> 

Uoonsonee Q '256 

Moravian Messenger . . M 256 

„ Missions . . . . M 250 

Morecauibe Guardian . . 'W 153 

„ Times .. .. W l.W 

„ Visitor .. .. 'W I5S 

MorleyNews W 163 



Observer 

Morning 

Morning .\dvertiser . . 

,, Argus (Brighton). 

,, „ (tiastingg) . 

„ Calm 

,, News (Jersey) 

„ Post . 



W 153 
M 266 
D 80 
D 114 
D 135 
Q 266 
D 217 
D ») 

Rays M 257 

„ .Star W 257 

Uorningside .Mirror . . . . M 257 

Morocco W 90 

.Morpeth Herald . . W 163 

Mi>8sley Uerald . . W 153 

„ Reporter . . W 153 

-Mothers' Union .Journal Q '267 

M in Council.. Q 257 

MiitlierweU Times . . W '201 

Motion Picture .Studio . 'W' 'JO 

Motor W 90 

„ Boat W" 2,57 

„ Ommerce .. W 257 

.. Cycle W 257 

„ „ and Cycle 

Trader F 257 

„ Cycling 'W 257 

„ Export Trader . . M 257 
„ Gazette .. W '257 

r Man W 267 

„ News (Dublin) . , "Vy ^7 

„ Owner M 267 

I. -Ship M 267 

„ Trader "W 267 

„ Transport .. .. M 257 

„ '^orld F 267 

Mount Pleasant .Monthly .. M 257 

Mouth Mirror O '257 

Movie Land W 257 

M. P. Journal M "267 

Mumbles Weekly Presa 

(Swansea) .. 'W 175 
Municipal Engineering .. 'W 90 
,, Journal .. .. 'V7 90 

„ Reformer.. .. W 257 

Munster Express (Water- 
ford) .. "W 216 
,, News (Limerick) 3 'W 213 

„ News UndKct .. M '2.57 

Murray's Monthly Diaries . . M 257 
„ Time Tables . . M 257 

Museum Journal .. M 257 



„ and Letters 


■ . Q •A'>7 


„ and Youth 


.. M 257 


„ Student 


.. M 257 


„ Trades Review 


,- M 257 


Musical Budget 


.. M 267 


Mail .. 


,, M257 


.Mirror 


.. M2S7 


,, News .. 


.. W267 


,, Opinion 


,, M-267 


„ Progress 


.. M 257 


,, .Salvationist., 


■ ■ M 267 


Standard 


,. F 257 


„ Times 


,, M 267 


Musician's Journal .. 


., Q 257 


Musselburgh News ,, 


.. W201 



PAOK 

Mmwell Hill Record ..VT Vt 

Mutua Contldentia .. .. W 267 
Mutual Comfort . . If 267 

My Garden M 267 

„ Mag M 257 

„ Magazine M 267 

,, Pocket Novels .. ,, 'W 257 
,, Weekly 'W '267 



Nairnshire Telegraph 
(Nairn) 'W 201 

Nantwich Chronicle.. .. W 154 
Guardian . . 2 W 154 
Narberth News . . 'W 164 

Nash's Pall Mall Magazine.. M 'l^~ 
Nation and Atheniium . . W *> 
National Bible Society 

Record . . . . Q 257 
Builder . . M '^57 

(^inrcli . . M 268 

,, Kire Brigades 

Association . . M 25S 
,, Football ProgrammeW 258 
„ Guardian(01a8gow) 'W 190 
„ Health . . M 258 

,, Insurance (iazette W 258 
„ Newsagent . . W 258 

„ Opinion ., M i!58 

Outlook . . M '2.'^8 

„ Poultry Journal . . 'W 258 
„ Protestant stan- 
dard M 258 
r.eview .. M 258 

„ Sunday Advocate M 268 
„ Temperance Quar- 
terly .. .. Q 268 
,, Union Shoe Oprs. 

Report . . . . M 258 
„ (United Order of Free 

Gardeners' .Inl. M 258 

,, Weekly . 'W 90 

Nationalist 'limes (Carlow) iff 209 

Nationalist (Clonmel) i-W 209 

Naturalist M 268 

Nature W 90 

,, Reader Monthly . . M 268 
Nautical Magazine . . . . M 258 
N.ival and Military Record 

(Plymouth).. .. ^W 161 

„ Cadet M 25S 

„ Review M 268 

„ Warrant OfBcers Jour- 
nal M 258 

Navy M '2.')8 

,, League Quarterly Q 268 

„ List M 268 

Near East W 90 

Needed Truth ,, M 258 

Needle Art M 258 

„ and Home . . M 258 
Necdlecraft Practical Jour- 
nal 7 ■y 258 

Needlework for All .. .. M 2.M 

Nelson Leader . . , , W 154 

„ Lee Library . . . . "W" 258 

Nenagh Ouai-dian . . iff 214 

,, News iff 214 

Nest M 268 

New Age W 90 

„ Britain 'W 268 

„ Church Herald . . . . iff 258 
,, Church Magazine . . M 268 
„ Camliridge Weekly . . W 258 
,, Commonwealth .. M 268 

,, Cross Free Press ,. 'W 97 

,, Dawn F 288 

„ Englisli Art Club H-Y 258 

,, Koi'est Chronicle .. W 148 
„ „ .Magazine . . M 2.'>8 
„ Magazine .. M 2.58 

„ -Moon M 268 

„ Phylologist ,, 6-Y 258 

,, Ross Standard .. .. "W 214 
„ .Statesmen ,, .. 'W 91 
„ Thought .. .. B-M'259 

„ Voice M '25S 

„ Witness W 91 

Newark Advertiser .. .. iff 154 

„ Herald .. 'W 154 

Newbury Chronicle ., ,. W 154 

n News . . 'W 154 

Newcastle-on-Tyne Daily 

Chronicle D 164 
„ Diocesan Gazette M 258 

„ Daily Journal .. D 154 
„ Evening Chronicle D 154 
„ Weekly CSuonicle W 154 



PAOB 

Newmarket ,TonmaI , . 'W 166 

„ Sporting News.. D 156 

Newport Advertiser . , . . "W l,'i6 

Newport High School Mag. — 2.'>8 

„ Wcslcyan Circuit 

Magazine . . M 21)8 

New(iuay Express . . W 166 

Newry Reporter 3 W 216 

„ Telegraph 3 'W 216 

Newsagent 'W 91 

Newsboy M 259 

New.s from Afar ■ . M 258 

„ in a Nutshell (Pem- 
broke Dock) . .'W 160 
„ of the World .. .. 'W 81 
„ Trade Circular.. .. — '259 
NewsiKiper World . . W 91 
Newton Abbot Western 

Guardian.. .. W 150 

Newtonian — 269 

Newtownards Chronicle . 'W 216 
Herald . . -W 2118 

„ Spectator .. 'VV '215 

Niciu-Ei-.Shinshi .. .. M 'AW 
Night and Day .. ., Q 259 

Nineteenth Century.. .. M259 
Norfolk Chronicle (Norwich) 'W 157 
„ News (Norwich) .. 'W 167 
Normal Instructor .. .. M ii>9 
Nornumton Herald and Dis- 
trict Advertiser 'W '259 
North Africa .. B-M '259 

,, Antrim Standard 

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

,, British Agriculturist 

(Edinburgh) 'W 194 
,, „ Columbia .Vews Q 259 
,, Bucks Times (Fenny 

Stratford) W 132 
,, Cheshire Herald 

(Hyde) . . . . -W 140 
„ Derbyshire Advertiser 

(Glossop) . . , . "W 133 
,, Devon Herald 

(Barnstaple) 'W 106 
,, ,, Journal 

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

(Middlesbrough) D 15'; 
,, ,, Railway Maga- 

zine .. .. M 269 
,, East Kent Times 

(Sittingbourno) W 171 
„ Leeds News . , W" 143 

„ London Guardian , , "W" 97 
„ Mail (Newcastle) D 154 

,, Middlesex Chronicle.. "W 97 
,, Riding News (North- 
allerton) W liie 
,, Somerset Gazette 

(Bristol) .. 'W 115 

„ Staffordshire Guide . . M 269 

„ Star (Darlington) .. D 125 

„ (Dingwall) .. 'VV 192 

„ Wales Chronicle 

(Bangor) W 104 
„ „ Guardian 

(Wrexham) "W 186 
„ „ News (Conway) 'W 123 
,, ,, Observer 

(Carnarvon) 'W' 119 
„ „ Pioneer (Colwyn 

Bay) .. .. ^W 123 
,, „ Tlmes(Denbigh)'W 1'26 
„ Walsham Post .. W l.'>7 

„ Western Dally Mail 

(Barrow).. .. D 106 
„ Wilts Herald (Swin- 
don) . . . . 'W 175 
Northampton Chronicle D 156 

„ Daily Echo .. D 166 

,, Herald .. 'W 166 

,, Independent W 150 

„ Mercury .. W 156 

Northamptonshire Evening 

Telegraph D 141 
„ Gazette 

(Kettering) 'W 141 
II Jouinai of 

t'ommerce M '269 
I, Nonconformist M '261* 
„ Good Temp. 

Lodge Guide Q 259 
Northern British Israel 

Review Q 259 
,, Chronicle 

(Inverness) 'W 198 



fAflS 

Northern ConsUtntlon 

(Coleraine) 2 'W 209 
Dally Mail 

., .. (Hartlepool) D 136 
„ Daily Telegraph 

(Blackburn) D 110 

, Echo (Darlington) D 125 

Ensign (Wick) .. -W 203 

Evening Despatch 

(Darlington) .. D 125 

„ FreeniaHon .. M 269 

„ Soot (Elgin) . . -W 194 

„ Standaril 

(Monaghan) W 214 
" Times (Golspie) . . "W 197 
„ Weekly Gazette 

l(HIddlesbrongh) 'W 162 

,1 Weekly (Dingwall) "W 192 

.. Whig (Belfast) .. D208 

Northerner ,, .. 3-Y 269 

Northwich Chronicle . . 'W 1.56 

,1 Guardian.. 2 'W 150 

Norvicensian .. ... 3-'Y 2.'>9 

Norwich ABC Guide . . M '269 

I, Diocesan Gazette . . M 259 

II Mercury . . 2 -W 167 

„ Public Library 

Ouide .. O 269 

Norwood Herald W 97 

News .. ^ff 97 

,1 Press .. iff 97 

Notes and Queries . . ^^ 259 

" » " .1 'I, (^.oi'erset) Q 259 

„ for the Month . . . M 2.59 

„ on Books 8 Y 269 

„ on .Scripture Lessons , M 269 

from Ireland . . q 259 

Nottingham & Bulweli Local ^ 

News .. .,\if 167 
II Catholic News iff 167 

II Co-op. Society 

Kecord ,. M 259 

I. Evening News D 158 

II Guardian .. D 158 

Journal .. T> \m 

Post .. D158 

II Public Libraries 

Bulletin .. M 269 
Nottinghamshire Free Press 

(Sutton in Ashfleld) 'W 175 
I, Guardian ^ff ijg 

v„ „i u" Y^^l^'y Express "W 158 
Novel .VI agazine .. M 259 

NovitatesZoologicic. .. —259 

N.R.A. Journ.ll M 259 

Nugget Library , , F 259 

Nuggets W ■'59 

Numismatic (Chronicle . . Q 259 

11 Circular B-M -259 

Nmieaton Advertiser .. 'W 166 

II Chronicle.. .. W 158 

,1 Observer . . . . W 158 

Nurseryman and Seedsman 'W 2.59 

Nurses Near and Far 259 

Nursing Mirror .. 'W 91 

II Notes .. !! M 259 

„ Time* ,, 'W 91 



Oakham Journal ,, ,. 'W 168 
ban Times ., Tff 201 

Observatory M 259 

Observer ., ., .. ^ff gj 

Occasional Journal ., .. M 269 

„ Paper .. ., JJ 269 

Occult Review .. .. M2eo 

O Espelho p 260 

Otfaly Iiuleiiendent (Tulla- 

niore) '. ^W 210 

Otiicial Gazette Co. Council 

Association fn 260 

O. H .s. Magazine ., ..3-Y 260 

Oil News ., .. ,. -^ 9j 

„ Power Kngineering . , M 260 

,1 Trades Journal .. ^ff 91 

oils and Fats Record .. M 26(1 

Olavian 3 7260 

Old (.'anibridge University 

Outlook _ 260 

II English Costumes . . 260 

„ Ireland 211 

„ Lore Miscellany (Ork- 
ney) Q 260 

„ Persian Clirouicle H-'Y 260 

Oldham Catholic Herald . . W 169 

I, Chamberof Com. ,. 1(260 



42 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



PAGE 
Oldham Chronicle .. .. W 159 
„ Evening Standard.. D 1^9 
„ Evening Chronicle D l.'>9 
„ .Spinners' Keport . . M '-6(1 
„ W. .Standai-d . . W 159 

Olive Leaf M 260 

On and Off Duty . . . . M 260 

„ Service M 260 

„ the Line M 200 

„ the March M 260 

„ UieRoad M 260 

One and All M 260 

One by One Q 2d0 

Onward Keciter . . . . M 260 

„ and Upward . . M 260 

Oologista' Exchange & Mart Q 260 

„ Kecoi-d . . Q 260 

Open Court M 260 

Optician W 260 

Orange Standard . . . . M 260 
Orcadian (Kirkwall) .. W 199 

Orchestral Journal . . . . 260 
Orchid Review B M 260 

„ World M 260 

Original BM 260 

Organiser M 260 

Orient Q 260 

Oriental Notes .. .. W 260 

Orkney Herald (KirkwaU).. W 199 
Ormskirk Advertiser . . W 169 

Orpheus Journal . . . . — 260 
Ossett Observer .. .. W 169 
Oswestrj' Advertizer.. .. W 1.W 
„ Commercial Circular M 260 

Other Lands Q 260 

Our Boys' Magazine . . M 260 

„ Children M 260 

„ Circle M 260 

„ Darlings M 260 

„ Dogs W 260 

„ Home M 260 

„ Homes M '.iOO 

,, Hospitals and Charities M 260 

„ Letter M 260 

„ Little Dots . . . M 260 

,, Log Book .. .. B-M 260 
,, Magazine .. .. — 260 

„ Monthly M 261 

„ Own Gazette . . M 261 

„ „ Magazine .. .. M 201 
,, „ „ (Manchester) M 261 

„ Sisters in Other Lands Q 261 
„ Wails and Strays . . M 261 

„ Work M 261 

Ours M 261 

Ourselves Q 261 

Out and Out M 261 

Outfltter W 261 

Outlook VT 91 

Outward Bound . . M 261 

Overseas M 261 

Owner Driver Gazette . . M 261 

Oxford Chronicle . . W 15!) 

,, Diocesan Magazine.. M 261 

„ House Mag Q 261 

„ Journal .. .. W 169 

„ Mission .. 261 

„ Railway Guide . . M 201 
„ Shorthand Chronicle M 261 

„ Times W 169 

„ University Gazette .. W 160 
Oxfordshire Weekly News . . 

(Caiipping Norton) W 121 
O.xonian 261 



Paddington Gazette . . W 97 

,, Mercxu7 .. "W" 97 

„ News .. .. W 98 

Hadiham Advertiser . . .. W 261 

Page's Engineering Weekly W 261 

Paignton Observer .. .. W 160 
„ Western Guardian W 160 

Paisley Daily Express . . 15 201 

,, Gazette .. .. 'W 201 

Pall Mall Gazette & Globe . . D 80 

Palmer's News (Martock) .. W 162 

Palmers Green Gazette . . W 98 

P»n M 261 



PASB 

Paper Box Makers' Journal M 261 

„ Container .. .. M 261 

„ Maker M 261 

„ Makers' Journal . . M 261 
„ Making .. .. M 261 

„ Trade Review .. W 91 

Parasitology Q 261 

Parents' Review .. .. M 261 

Parishioner M 261 

Parliamentary Bulletin . . M 20] 
Parlianientarv Debates .. I) 261 

Pai-t Singer M 261 

Partlck Gazette . . W 190 

Passing Show W 91 

Pateley Bridge Herald . . W 160 

Patents M 261 

Patrician M 261 

Pauline . . . . . 7 Y 261 

Pawnbrokere' Gazette . . W 261 

Pax Q 261 

Peace and Goodwill . . . . Q 261 

Pearl of Days M 261 

Pearson's Magazine .. .. M 261 

Weekly .. .. W 261 

Peebles Advertiser . . . . W 201 

„ News W 201 

„ Standard .. .. W 201 
Peel Guardian . . . . W 217 

Pedagogical Seminary .. Q 261 
Pedigi'ee Register .. .. Q 261 

Peep Show W 261 

Peg's Companion . . . 'W 261 

„ Paper 'W 261 

Pelican M 261 

„ (Cambridge) ,. ..3-Y261 
„ Record.. 3-Y '262 

Pembroke County Guardian 

(Haverfordwest) . . W 136 
„ (Pembroke Dock) W 160 
„ Dock Journal .. 'W 160 
Pembrokeshire Herald 

(Haverfordwest) W 136 
„ Telegraph 

(Haverfordwest) W ise 

„ Times (Pemliroke) W 160 

Penaiih Advertiser . . . . 'W 262 

„ Times .. .. W 160 

Penge, Anerley & Sydenham 

News 'W 98 

„ Press (Anerley) . . 'W 98 
Penistone Express (Hoyland) W 139 
Peiikridge Courier .. .. 'W 11* 
Penmacnmawr News . . 'W 160 

Penny Magazine . . . . W 262 
„ Pictorial . . 'W 262 

Penrith Observer . . 'W i60 

„ Euri-Decanal Mag. M 262 
Penrhyn Advertiser . . . . 'W 160 
Pentecostal Power . . . . Q 202 

Penvro H-Y 262 

People (Loudon) . . . . W 81 

„ (Wexford) .. ZW He 

People's Advertiser (London) — 98 

i'rlend .. .. 'W 262 

„ Journal (Aberdeen) W 189 

(Cupar) .. W 192 

(Dundee).. 'W 193 

(Edinburgh) 'W 194 

(Forfar) , . W 196 

„ (Glasgow) W 196 

„ „ (Inveniess) W 198 

„ ,, (Manche8ter)W 161 

„ (Perth) .. W 202 

„ (Stiriing) .. W 202 

,, Weekly Journal 

(N'orwich) W 167 

Performer 'W 262 

Perfumery Record . . . . M 262 

Periodical . . . . 5-Y 262 

„ Accounts . . ■ . Q 262 

Perl y Plant M 262 

Peny's Gazette , . . . W 262 

Perth A.B.C. Time Table .. M 262 

„ Advertiser .. 2 W 201 

„ Courier 'W 201 

„ Constitutional 2 'W 201 

Peterborough Advertiser . . "W 160 

„ Diocesan Magazine M 262 

„ Citizen .. .. 'W 161 

„ Standard .. . W 161 

Peterite Q 262 

Petroleum Times .. .. 'W 91 

„ World .. .. M 262 

Pliarmaceutical Journal ., 'W 91 

Pharos S-'Y 262 

Philatelic Journal . . . . M 262 
„ Magazine .. F 262 

Phillipson & Golder's Clies- 

t«r Railway Guide . . M 262 
Phillips's Register . . . . M 262 

Philomath M 262 

Philosophical Magazine . . M 262 

,, Transactions.. — 262 

Phoenix M 262 



Phonographic Monthly 
„ Observer 

Phono Record 
Photo Bils 
Photographic Dealer 



Journal ..9 Y 262 

Phrenologist —202 

Physical Society of London 

Proceedings B-M 202 
Physiological Abstracts . . M 262 

Pliysiologist Q 262 

Piano Maker M 262 

Piccadilly M 262 

Picture Show _ .. .. "W 262 

Picturegoer M 262 

Pictures 'W 91 

Pigeons 'W 262 

Piggotfs Electrical Plant . . M 262 

Pilgrim Q 26 

Pillar of Fire M 262 

Pilot 'W 262 

Pioneer (London) .. .. M 262 

„ (Leicester) .. .. 'W 145 

Pioneer (Merthyr) . .. W 162 

of Wisdom . . . . M 262 

Pitmanite M 262 

Pitman's Musical Library . . M 262 
„ Journal .. .. W 262 
,, Shorthand Weekly W 26;! 

Plain English 'W 263 

Play Pictorial M 263 

Playgoers Review . . . . 'W 263 
Plays for Little People . . M 263 

Playtime W 263 

"Plebs" Magazine .. .. 111263 

Plumber M 263 

Plymouth Corp. Magazine 3Y 203 
„ Stock and Share 

List . . M 203 

Plyniothian . . 3-Y 263 

Pocket Lesson Book . . . , Q 263 
Pocklingtonian ..S-'Y 263 

Poesy Magazine . . . . M 263 

Poetry M 263 

„ Review ,. B-M 263 

Police Chronicle . . . . W 263 

„ Gazette .. .. 'W 203 

„ Review 'W 91 

Policy W 263 

Policy Holder W 263 

Polish Economic Bulletin .. M 203 
Polish Review .. .. Q 263 

Pollokshaws News . . . . 'W 197 

Polly's Paper W 263 

Polo Monthly M 263 

Polytechnic Magazine . . M 263 
Pontefract Express . . . 'W 161 

„ Guide .. 'W 161 

Pontypool Weekly Argus . . 'W 161 
Pontypridd Observer . . 'W 162 

Poole Guardian . . . . "W 162 

„ Herald W 162 

I'oor LawOfllcers' Journal . . "W 263 
„ ,, District Council 

Journal F 263 
„ „ and Local Govt. 

Magazine M 263 
„ Souls' Friend . . . . M 263 

Popular 'W 263 

„ Science Sittings . . 'W 263 

„ View M 263 

Portcullis .. .. 3-Y 263 

Port Glasgow Express 2 "W 202 
Port of Liverpool Sailing 

List M 263 

Port of Manchester Sailing 

List M 263 

Portadown News . . . . 'W 216 
Porthoawl News . . . . 'W 162 

Porth Gazette W 162 

Portishead Gazette (Bristol) 'W' 115 
Portland Telegram .. .. "W 162 
Portmadoc Observer . . 'W" 162 

Portmuthian .. .. M 263 

Portsmouih A.B.C. R. Guide M 263 
Times .. .. 'W 163 
Positivist Review . . . . M 263 

Post 'W 263 

,, (Dundee) .. .. W 193 

„ Magazine .. .. 'W 263 

„ Office Controlling 

Officers' Journal .. M 203 

„ Office Guide . . H-Y 263 

„ „ Dally List . . D 203 

„ „ Electrical Eng.Jnl. Q 263 

„ „ Weekly List . . 'W 263 

„ Tissue (Nottingham) .. — 168 

Postage Stamp .. .. M263 

Pottery and Glass Record .. M 263 

„ Gazette .. .. M 263 

Poultry W 91 

„ Keeping . . . . W 263 
„ News .. .. „ W 263 
,, World .. .. W 263 



PAGE PAaa 

M 262 Power Laundry . . ~. . p 263 
M 262 „ Specialist . . . . M 263 

M 262 „ User M 263 

■W 262 Practical Confectioner , M 264 
M 262 „ Engineer . . . 'W 264 

„ Fashions . . . . M 264 

Practitioner M 264 

Preacher's Magazine.. .. M 264 
Premier Magazine . . . . P 264 
Preparatory Schools Review3-Y 264 

Presbyterian 'W 264 

„ Messenger . . M 264 

Prescot Reporter . . . . 'W 163 

Prescrlber M 204 

Present Truth F 264 

Prestatyu Weekly . . . . ^W 163 
Preston Guardian . . . . 'W 163 
„ Herald . . . . 'W 163 
,, Circular .. .. M 264 
Primary Education . . . , M 264 
Primitive Methodist Leader 'W 91 
Prim. Meth. Mission. Herald M 264 
„ „ Sunday S. Mag. M 264 
Primrose League Gazette .. Q 264 
Princes Street Monthly . . M 264 
Princeton Theological Re- 
view Q 264 

Print Collectors Quarterly . . O 264 

Printer & Stationer . . , . — 91 

Printers' Engineer . . . . M 264 

„ Medical Aid Times Q 264 

„ Pvegister .. .. M 204 

,, Sales and W^ants 

Advertiser . . M 264 
Printing and Allied Trades M 26* 

Prize M 264 

Proceedings of the Anglo- 

Euss. Lit. Soc. 3-Y 264 
„ of Cambridge 

Phil. Soc. ..3Y264 
,, of the Inst, of 

Cert. Grocers M 264 
,, of the Mnlaco- 
logical Soc. of 
Lonihm .. Q 264 
,, of the Newcastle 
Soc. of Anti- 
ijuaries ., M 264 
,, of the Prehistoric 

Soc. ofE. Anglia — 264 
,, of the Royal 

Dublin Soc. . . — 264 
Royal Institution Q 264 
„ Society .. 264 
,, of the Royal 

Irish Academy — 261 
„ of the Royal 

Society of 
Medicine .. M 264 
„ of the Royal 

Physical Society— 204 
,, of the Royal 

Society, Edin- 
burgh . . . . — 204 
„ of the London 

Math. Soc. . . M 264 
„ of the Wesley 

Historical Soc. Q 264 
„ Zoological .Soc. Q 264 
Process Engr. Monthly . . M 264 
,, Work and Electro- 
typing .. .. Q 264 

Proctologist Q 263 

Produce Markets Review . . "W 91 

Producer M 264 

Production M 264 

Protessional Fire Brigades 

Association .. M 264 

Progress Q 265 

M 265 

Prohibitionist M 266 

Property Owner's Journal . . M 206 
Prophetic News .. .. M 265 
Protestant Alliance Magazine M 265 
„ Woman .. .. M 266 

Psychic Research . . - . Q 205 
P.S.A. Journal .. .. M 265 

Public Health M 265 

„ Ledger Evening Report D 285 

,, Ledger D 80 

,, Opinion .. .. "W 91 

„ Works Q 265 

Publishers' Circular . . . . Vf 91 
Weekly .. .. 'W 205 

Puck W 266 

Pudsey Advertiser (Stan- 

ingley .. .. W 173 

„ News 'W 163 

Pulman's News (Yeovil . . ^W 187 
Pulpud Cymru .. .. M 26.t 

Punch W 91 

PwllheUChat ^W 265 

. Observer .. .. 'W 16? 



COMPLETE BRITISH ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



01 



j.C.B. 
Jaury 
{Lv. Record 
QiMrterlj Chronic 



q 205 
M 2«'> 



Jottines Uebriiles Q 265 
Journal of Eiono- 

"ilo . . ■ • Q 26!i 
Journal of forestry Q 205 
Jml. of Mathcma- 

tils 
Jml. Experiment- 
al Physiology 
Journal of Ueo. 

Society 
Journal of Xleill- 

cine . . 
Jml. of Jlet. Soc. 

„ Mic. Science Q 26i 
I.«tter to Men 
on Public Works 
Notes 
Queries . . 
Record . . 

N. Bible 
Society of Scotl'dQ 266 
, Q 20.1 
Q 26.'. 



Q 265 

- 266 

Q 265 

Q 205 
Q, 205 



Q265 
Q r65 
Q 266 
Q265 



t, Review 
,, Statement 
Quayside and OfBee . . M 206 

Queen W 91 

Queenlwrough Guardian .. W 163 

<;ueens Nurses MaRazine . . Q 266 

„ Own Gazette . . M 26S 

„ Parif Advertiser .. W 98 

'Me«t a 265 

•Jiiiver M 205 



Racehorse and Football S-W 265 
acingand Football Mail W 266 
Hai-ing Calendar .. "W" 200 

.. Critic W 20(1 

,, Dispatch .. .. W 20(i 
„ Expert .. S-W 205 

.. Investigator .. .. W "Wi 

.. Judge W 206 

„ Opinion .. W 260 

„ Outlook .. .. W 260 

„ Week-end Special W 266 

,, Pigeon 
,, Specialist 
,, World 
Itadclilf e Giutrdian . . 

,, Times 
liadio Review.. 
i;.i'lnor Express (Brecon) 
Kailway Age 

>, and Loco motive 

Engineering 
M Engineer .. 
., Gazette 
,, Guide 
„ Magazine .. 
.. Maintenance Eu' 

gincer M 206 
„ Mechanical En- 



Red Crow .; .. .. M 266 

„ Cross Qaxctto .. .. M 266 

.. Rose Novels . . F 267 

Rcdditch Indicator . . . . W 164 

Red Guide M 206 

.. Lamp — 200 

„ Letter W 260 

„ Magazine p 266 

„ Rail Guide . . M 267 

„ Railway auidc<ShelBeld) M 267 

" Z^jx> M 267 

..Triangle M 267 

Sedland Park Recorder . . M 2€6 

Referee y/- gj 

Refonned Presbyterian 

Witness M 207 
Regions Beyond B-M 207 

Register Now Compaides . . D 267 
Registrar-General's Returns W 267 
Q 267 
Beid's Darlington Dl.ary . . 
„ Durham Diary 
,, Ilartlepools Diary . . 
„ liOndou Kntertain- 
mcnt Guide .. 
,. Newca.stlo Diary 
„ Railway Guide (New- 
castle) .. .. M 267 
„ Shields Diary . . . . M 267 
,. Sunderland Diary . . M 207 
Report of Fashion .. H-Y 267 
„ of Inc. .Society of 
Musicians . . 



M 267 
M 207 
M 20- 

M 207 
M 207 



Q 207 
M267 

Q 207 
W 108 
M 267 
M 267 

Q 207 



. W 266 


. W 200 


2W 92 


.. \V 163 


.. W 103 


. M 266 


. W 112 


. W 266 


. M 260 


. M 266 


• W 92 


. M 266 


. M 266 



„ of Loudon Fashions . . 
Reports of Bankruptcy 
Reporter (Salford) . . 
Reporters' Joumal . . 
.. Magazine 

Representation 

Reptonian j^ 207 

Rest and Reaping . . M 207 

Retailer M 267 

Retford Herald .. .. 'W 165 

News.. .. 2 W 132 

.. Times .. .. 'W' 165 

Renter's Journal .. .. I) 207 

Review 'W 92 

I, of Applied Etomology M 267 
., of Bacteriology 6 Y 207 
„ of Neurology, &c. . . M 207 
„ of Reviews . , . . M 267 
Reynolds's Newspaper . . 'W 81 
Rhondda County School 

Magazine.. .. Q 267 
., Each Gazette (Pont- 
ypridd) . . . . 'W 162 
Gazette(Pontypridd)"Wl02 



„ , gmeer M 266 

„ Review -. W 92 

„ Service Journal . . M 266 

„ Shipping Journal.. M 266 

Signal . . M 260 

Signal Engineer .. M 266 

„ Supplies Journal.. M 266 

Time Tables (Win 

Chester) „ 

r.aiobow 

lially ■. 

Ramsbottom Observer ., 
Ramsey Courier . . 2 yf- 217 
Handle's Rly.Guide(Ha8tIngs)M 266 
"--■■-'"- '-" Q266 



M 266 
W 266 

M 266 
W 164 



Rhoa Herald (Ruabon) 

Rhyl Joumal 

„ Weekly News .. .. 

Rhymney Argus 

Rib Tickler .. .. " 

Richmond Herald (Surrey)' 

>, limes (Surrey) 

„ Division Gazette 

(Northallerton) 

,1 and Twickenham 

Journal 



W 166 
W 165 
W 165 
■W" 165 

M 267 
W 98 
W 98 

W 156 

M 267 
U 267 
W 267 
W 165 



Ranyard Magazine 
Ratepayer 
Rational Journal 

Raven 

Bawmarsh Advertiser 
Rawtenstall Times .. 
Rays of Light 
R- C. M. Magazine .. 
Readers' Guide 

., Index 
Reading Mercury 

„ 01)server 

.1 Standard 
Time Table 
Ready . . ' . . 
Rechabite 
Rf.,„rd .. 

of Mission Work 



-- Q 260 

8 Y 260 

-. W 162 

• • 'W 164 
.. — 206 

8Y 266 
.. Q 266 
B-M 260 
-. ^W 164 
.. W 164 

• • W 164 
.. M 2<J0 
.. M 200 

• . M -200 
.. W 92 
... M 200 



M 267 
. . 'W 165 
• . M 267 
2 W 166 
.. W 165 
.. Q 267 
• . M 267 
2 'W 165 
2 -W 166 



Rifleman 

Ringing World 

RIngwood Chronicle . . „ ^uu 

Ripley News W 106 

Ripou Advertiser 
,, Chronicle 
I, Diocesan Gazette 
., Gazette.. 
,, Observer 
R. M. A. Magazine . . 

Road 

Rochdale Observer ] .' 

„ Times .'. „ ^„„ 
Rochester Diocesan Chronicle M 207 
I, Journal .. .. 'W 166 
Rol'Call .. .. ji„e7 

Romford Recorder . . . . 'W 166 
,, Times ..W 160 

Romsey Advertiser .. .. ^W 166 

Kosary M 267 

Roscommon Herald (Boyle) 'W 209 

Joumal .. -W 215 

.. Messenger . "W 215 

Rossendale Advertiser .. 'W 164 

., Echo(lJacup) .. 'W 104 

II Free Press 

D „ .. (Rawtenstall) -W 104 

Ross Gazette . . . . •»• 100 

Roas-8hlreJournal(Dingwaii)'W 19' 

Ross's Parliamentary Record W "O'" 



4.3 



Rothe(ayAc*demyMagazineH-Y2e7 



Express 

Rothwell Courier 
Round Table .. 
., World .. 
Royal A rmy Gazette 

,1 Artillery Journal 

„ Blue Book 

„ Cornwall 



W 202 
■W 166 

. Q 26T 
.. M 268 
. M 208 
. M 263 
H-Y 208 
Qazctte 
(Truro) W 178 
,. Engineers' Journal .. M 208 
„ Magazine . . M 208 

1. Military College .. — 268 

Rublwr Ago M 268 

„ Companies Position M 268 

,. World 'W 92 

Ruff's Guide .. .. H-Y 268 
Rugby Advertiser . . . . 'W' 166 
„ Observer . . 'W 166 

Rugeley Mercury . . . . W 167 
.. Pioneer .. .. — I80 
Ruislip-Northwood Courier 

(.Vorthw.Kxi) . . . . W 167 

Runcorn Examiner . . . . 'W 167 

,1 Guardian .. 2 W 167 

.1 News .. .. W 167 

Bushden Argus . . W 187 

,. Echo .. 'W 167 

Russell's A.B C. Rly. Guides M 268 

Russian Buyers' Guide .. M 268 

,. Life M 268 

Ru.s80-British Chamber of 



Commerce Journal 
Rntherglen Reformer 



M 263 
■W 202 



Sabbath Observer . . 
abbath .School Teachers 
Monthly 
Sack but 



Q 268 

M 268 
. M 208 
. 'W 208 
. 'W 153 
.. M 268 
. "W 20-2 
. W 167 
. . M 268 
. M 208 
3 Y 208 



Rosjth Mail 

Rotaria 

Rotherham Advertiser 

„ Express .. 



vr 193 

M 207 
W 160 
■W 166 



Saddlery and Harness 
Saddleworth Standard 
Safety First 
St. Andrew Citizen . . 
I, Anne's Express .. 
,1 Anthony's Annals 
,, Bart's Uosp. Journal 
„ Bees School Magazine 
„ Edward's School 

Chronicle .. BY 268 

., Ethelburga's Leaflet .. M 268 
„ George's Gazette . . . . M 208 
„ „ Hospital Gazette M 208 
I. „ Junior Monthly M 208 
,1 ,, Magazine . . M 268 

,1 Helens Catholic Herald.. W 167 
II ,. Examiner .. '^ 167 

t. ,, Newspaper 2 'W 167 
II „ Reporter.. .. 'W' 167 
„ Ives Times .. .. 'W 107 

„ Joseph's Foreign Mission- 
ary Advocate .. . Q 268 
,, Leonards Chronicle .. W 135 
I, Martiu's-le-Grand . . Q 268 

I, Mary Cray Times . . ■?? 168 

„ Mary's Hospital Gazette M 268 
,1 Neots Advertiser .- W 168 

I, Pancras Chronicle . . 'W 98 
I, I, Gazette .. .. 'W 98 
II II Guardian .. W 98 

,1 ,1 Record .. .. W 98 
„ Peter's Net . . . . 6 268 

,1 Thomas's Hospital 

Gazette 6 Y 268 

Salcombe Gazette . . . . W 168 

Sale and Stretford Guardian 2 'W 168 

Sales Management .. .. M 26S 

„ Promotion .. .. — 268 

Salisbury Diocesan Gazette.. M 263 

II Journal .. .. Tff jos 

II Offlcial Directory M 268 

I, Times . . . . -W 168 

Salmon and Trout Mag. .. Q.268 

Salopian (.Shrewsbury) .. p 268 

.Saltash Gazette .. .. 'W168 

Salt;ey College Chronicle 8 Y 268 

Sandbach Advertiser . . 'W 168 

I, Guardian .. 2 W 168 

Sandiacro News .. .. 'W' 147 

Saudringhom Series of Penny 

Stories _ 268 

Sandwich Advertiser .. 'W 168 

Sanitary Journal .. .. M 268 

'ianta Lucia u 268 

Sapper jj 209 

Sartorial Gazette .. .. M 288 



o . V . PAO» 

Satchel p {gg 

Saturday Adverti8er(.He|klrk) 'W 9t>» 

Herald (Dnhlin) .. 'Vtr 211 

,. Record (Kniils) .. W 812 

,1 Review . . W 92 

Telegrsi.h(Grlmsby)'W 134 

Savilian 8Y269 

Sa"'"* M 269 

Scarborough Evening News D 169 

II Mercury 

Scattered Nation 

Heed 
Schild's Fancy Costumes . . 
.1 Children's Fancy 
Costumes 
School and Sport 
II Arts Magazine 
,1 Finder 

„ J'riend 

,1 Girls Own 

„ Government Chronicie'W 92 



W 169 


Q 269 


M269 

— 269 


— 269 


•W269 
M 269 
Q 200 

■W2e9 

W 269 



U 269 
Q 269 
M 260 

M 269 
Q 269 

M 269 
O 269 



Guardian 
,1 Hygiene 
II Magazine 
II Music Review 
II Nature Study 
I, Newspaper .. 
,1 Science Review _ 

Schoolmaster 1^ 99 

11 Review . . Q 269 

Schoolmistress . . "^ 92 

Science Abstracts . . . . M 269 

I. of Mining . . P 261) 

I, Progress .. .. Q 269 

Scots Law Times(Edinburgh)'W 194 

,1 Pictorial .. 'W 197 

Scotsman (Edinburgh) . . £) 194 

Scottish Baptist Magazine . . M 209 

I, Bankers' Magazine 

I, Chronicle .. 

,, Churchinau . . 

I, Churches Teachers' 

Magazine 
II Co-operator 
„ Congrcgationalist 
II Country Life 
,1 Critic. 
I, Educational Journal 

■W 269 
,, Farmer(Gla8gow) 
„ Farm Servant 

I, Field 

I. Gazette 

I, Geographical Mag. 

11 Good Templar 

„ Historical Review 

„ Kinema Record . 

,. Laud Court Reports ii 269 

I, Law Courts Record MV 209 

,1 „ Reporter .. 'W' 209 

,, „ Review .. M 269 

II Mothers' Mag. B-M 269 

I, Mountaineering Club 

Journal . . H- Y 269 
I, National Sabbath 

School Magazine M 269 
I, Naturalist .. B-M 269 
I, Newsagents, etc. . . M 209 
„ Poultry News . . W 209 
,1 Prohiliitiouist . . W 270 
,1 Eegister .. M 270 
,, Reformer .. .. M 270 
„ Review .. .. Q 270 
,, Smallholder .. M 270 
„ Trader .. .. W 270 
,1 Typo. Journal .. M 270 
I, Woman's Temper- 
ance News .. M 270 
Scout 'W 270 

S"?™ ■W270 

Hcnhe jj 270 



Q 269 
W 269 
M 269 

. M 269 
W 269 

M 269 
M 269 
M 269 



W 197 
M 269 
M 26!) 

W 289 
Q 209 
M 269 
Q 209 

■W 209 



Scribuer's Magazine 

Script 

Script Shorthand Journal 
Scripture Truth 
Scunthorpe Star 

,, Times .. 

Seaham Weekly News 
Seamen 

Seapie 

Searchlight 
Second Spring 
Secondary Education 
Secretary 
Sedberghian 
Seedtime and Harvest 
Seeking and Saving . . 
Selborne Magazine .. 
Selby Express.. 
„ Times . . 
Selkirk Advtr. 
Sentry 



M 270 
. . M 270 
.- M 270 
. M 270 
.. W 169 
.. W 169 
• . 'W I6» 
. . P 270 
H Y 270 
.. M 270 
.. M 270 
. . M 270 
.. M 270 
B-M 270 
. Q 270 
. U 270 
. M 270 
.. W 189 
. 'W 169 
.. W 202 
.. M 270 



44 



THE NEWSPAPEE PEESS DIEECTOEY. 



PAGE 
W 119 



.S«reD Cjmra (Carmarthen) 
„ Gomer .. 
„ Yr Ysgol 8ul .. 
Service for the King. . 

„ and Sports Mag. 
Settmaker's Journal . . 
Sevcnoalcs Chronicle 
.Seventy-Ninth News . . 
Scxey's School Magazine 
Sexton Blake Lil>rary 
Shadow stage 

Shakespeare League Journal M 270 
Shareholder .. 
Sliare Market Review 
.Shaw's Journal 
Sheemess Guardian . . 
Sheffield A.B.C. Guide 
„ Catholic Herald 
,, Daily Telegraph 
„ Diocesan Gazette 
„ Independent 
„ Mail 
., Stock List . . 
„ Weekly News 
Shepherd's Alagazine 
Shepton Mallet Journal 
Shetland News (Lerwick) 
„ Times (Lerwick) 

Shield 

Shields Dally Gazette 
,, „ News . . 
Shipbuilder 

Shipbuilding and Shipping 
Record 

Shipley Times W 170 

Shipping Monthly .. M 270 

World .. .. W 92 

Shipowner M 270 

Shirbumian 6 Y 270 

Shoe and Leather News .. W 92 
„ „ Record .. 'W 92 

„ „ Trader 

Shoe Manufacturers' 

Monthly M 270 

Shoe Trades Journal . . .. 'W 92 
Shooting Times . . . . 'W 270 
Shop Assistant . . 'W 270 

Short Stories P 271 

Shorthand Budget . . . . M 270 
„ Examinations . . — 270 

„ Teacher's Magazine Q 271 

Showers of Blessing " ""' 

Shrewsbury Ad % ertiser 
„ Chronicle 

Commercial Cir- 
cular . . 
„ Outlook .. 
Shrines of Wisdom 

Sidcup Times 

Sidmouth Herald 
„ Observer . . 

Sign 

Silver Crescent 
Simple Testimony 

Sioladior 

Skegness News 



B-M 270 

M 270 
Q270 
M270 
M 270 
"W 169 
Q 270 
Q 270 
M 270 
M 270 



W 270 
W 270 
M 270 
•W 169 

M 270 

W 169 

D 169 

M 270 

.. D 169 

.. D 169 

.. D 270 

.. W 170 

. . M 270 

. . W 170 

.. "W 200 

. . VT 200 

.. M 270 

. D 170 

.. D 170 

M 270 

■W 270 



M270 



PASS 
M 271 
M271 
M 271 
W B2 
M 271 



W 172 
W 172 



W 177 



Q 271 
W 170 


W 170 


AV 271 


W 271 


Q 271 

W 170 


W 171 


W171 


M 271 


— 271 


M271 


Q271 
W 171 



T> 176 
D 118 



D 118 



— 118 



118 



Sketch W 92 

Skyrack Courier (Leeds) . . 'W' 143 
Slate Trade Gazette . . . . M 271 
Sleaford Gazette . . W 171 

,, Journal ,. "W" 171 

Sligo Champion . . iff 215 

„ Independent .. .. 'W 216 

„ Times 'W 216 

Slough Chronicle . . 'W 171 

„ Olwerver .. .. "W 171 

Small Holder iff 271 

Smallholder's Gazette .. "V? 271 
Smallholding and Allotment 

Weekly "W 271 

Smart Fiction . . . . 'W 271 

„ Novels "W 271 

•> Set M 271 

„ Society .. M 271 

Smethwick News . . W 171 

„ Telephone .. 'W 171 

Smith's IX)ck Monthly .. M S7i 

Snapper M 271 

Social Service Magazine .. M271 

Socialiat M 271 

,, Review .. M 271 

Sociological Review . . . . Q 271 
Soham Advertiser . . 'W 171 

Soho Gazette . . \^ gs 

Solicitors' Gazette .. .. M 271 
„ Journal . . . . yf 92 
Somenet County Express 

(Taunton) yf 176 
Somenet County Gazette 

(Taunton) W 176 
ff t, Herald 

(Taunton) 'W 176 
„ Folk Series . . 6 271 

„ Guardian (B«dstock)'W 163 
„ Journal (Frome) 'W 132 
„ Standard (Kroroe) iff 132 



Son of Temperance 
Sotheran's Price Current . 

Sound Wave 

South Africa 

South African Engineering 
„ ,, Domestic 

Monthly . . M 271 
„ „ Jnl. Natural 

History .. — 271 
„ „ Pioneer . . M 271 

„ America B-M 271 

„ American Journal .. 'W 92 
It II Missionary 

Maeazine M 271 
„ Bank Express(Redcar)W 164 
,, Brent Guardian .. W 172 
„ Bristol Free I'ress . . W ILi 
„ Coast Catholic Herald 'W 92 
I, Devon Express 

(Chudlegh) W 122 
,1 „ Gazette 

(Kingsbridge) W 142 
11 Eastern Gazette 

(Maidstone) 2 W 149 
„ ,1 Herald 

(Greenwich) W 98 
,1 „ Time Tables M 271 

I, Elmsall Express 
It II Times 

It Gloucester Chronicle 
(Thornlmry) .. 
II Gloucestershire 

Gazette ( Bristol) . . W ll."! 
II London Harriers Gaz. — 271 
,t ,1 Observer 2 W 98 

I. II Press . . . . 'W 98 

II Molton Gazette 2 "W 172 
,1 Notts Echo 

(Nottingham) W 1.^8 
II II Gazette .. W 271 

II Wales Daily Argus 

(Newport) D 156 
II „ Daily News 

(Cardiff) D 118 
II „ Daily Post 

(Swansea i 
II II Echo CCarditf) 
II ,1 Evening Express 
(Cardiff) . . 
II „ Football Echo 

(Cardiff) 
II ,1 Football Express 

(Cardin) 
II II Gazette 

(Abertillery) Tff 101 
II II Journal of 

Commerce D 118 
I. II Press (Llanelly) 'W 147 
II ,1 Weekly Argus 

(Newport) W 155 
11 II Weekly Post 

(Swansea) Tff 175 
II Staffordshire Times . . W 108 
II West Suffolk Echo 

(Haverhill) W 136 

II Western Rly. Magazine M 271 

II II Star .. .. W 98 

Southall Norwood Gazette.. 'W 171 

Southampton Railway Guide M 271 

II Times . . . . "w 172 

Southend Observer . . . . \y 172 

II Standard .. !. W 172 

II Telegraph.. .. W 172 

Southern Echo (Southamp- 

„ ton) .. .. D 172 
I, CooperativeEducation 

Assoc. Record .. M 271 
II Cross Log .. .. M 271 
.1 Democrat . . . . "w 214 
.1 Guardian (B'mouth)W 112 
I, Press (Glasgow) . . W 197 
II Reporter (Selkirk) 'W 202 
,1 Rhodesia .. .. Q 271 
II Star (Skibbereen) . . 'W 215 
II Times (Weymouth) W 182 
II Weekly News 

(Brighton) 'W 114 

Southport Guardian . . 2 W 172 

,1 Journal .. W '72 

Visitor .. 3W172 

11 Welcome .. .. M 271 

Southwark Recorder . . ■\^ 93 

,1 Libraries ChronlcleQ 271 

Southwell Diocesan Magazine M 271 

Sovereign Magazine M ">7i 

Sower ' M 271 

Sowerby Bridge Times . . W 178 
Spalding Guardian .. .. W 173 
Spanish Chamber of C'nimerce Q 271 
Spare Moments .. 'W 271 

Spectator -wr 93 

Sphere . ^ff OS 

Spiritual Life.. '" jj 271 

„ Power .. ;; M 271 



PAGE 
■W 271 
W 211 
•W272 



Sport and Play 
II (Dublin) 
11 Pictures 
Sporting Chronicle 

(ilanchester) D 151 
„ Chronicle Handicap 

Book .. W 271 
I, Chronicle Racing Up 

to Date .. W 271 
„ Goods Review .. M 272 

I. Life D 80 

Life Racing Guide W 272 

I, Mail (Portsmoutn) D 162 

„ Man (Newcastle) . . D 164 

I, News (Swansea) .. "W 175 

I, Pink (Leeds) . . D 143 

I, Star (Wlv'rh'nipfn) — 185 

,1 Times .. .. W 93 

,, World 2'W' 93 

Sports Argus (Birmingham) "W 109 

,1 Echo (Leeds) . . . . W 143 

,, Gazette (Middlesbro) 'W' 162 

I, Mail (Hull) .. 'W 139 

,1 Mail (Leicester) — 144 

,1 Mail (Dublin) .. .. —211 

II Mercury . . Tff 145 

I, News (Bristol) .. 'W lis 

II Post 'W 143 

II Special (Sheffield) ..'W170 
II Times (Bristol) .. 'W 115 

II Trader M 272 

11 Trades Journal .. M 2*72 
Sportsman . . D 80 

Sirartsman's Weekly Guide 'W 272 

Springtime Jff 27^ 

Spif M 272 

Staffordshire Advertiser 

(Stafford) W 173 
„ News (Catholic) .. W 173 
II Chronicle (Stafford) 'W 173 
,1 Sentinel (Stoke-on- 
Trent) .. D 174 
„ Weekly Sentinel .. W 174 

Stage 'W 93 

Stalybridge Herald .. .. W 173 

II Reporter .. 'VV 173 

„ Standard .. 'W' 173 

Stamford News .. W 173 

Stamp Collecting . . . . ^ff 272 

,1 Collector .. M 272 

II Collectors' Fortnightly p 272 

II II Journal M 272 

,1 Lover M 272 

Standard Penny A.B.C 

Time Table M 272 
Stanley News 'W 178 



PAOB 

Strict Baptist Mission Herald M 272 



Strokestown Democrat 
Stroud Journal 

I, News .. 
Stubbs's Gazette 
Student ( Edinburgh) 

II of Scripture 

I, Movement .. 

Studies 

Studio 

Styles of London 
Sub-Postmaster 

Success 

Sudbury Post , 

Suffolk Chronicle (Ipswich) . 'W 141 

,1 Free Press (Sudbury) "W 174 

II Sea Coast Times .. "W 148 
Sufi .. .. . . . . Q 272 

Sunbeam , . . . ! ! M 272 

II for the Home 
Sunday at Home 

11 Chronicle 

(Manchester) 'W 151 

II Circle W 272 

II Closing Notes . . Q 272 

II Conipani<in .. .. W 272 

„ Evening Telegram.. W 81 

II Express 

n Guardian 
Illustrated 



W 215 
.. W 174 
. W 174 
. 'W 272 
. P 272 
. . M 272 
. . M 272 
. Q 272 
,. M 272 
. M 272 
.. M 272 
B-M 272 

W 174 



M 272 
M 272 



W 81 
^272 



81 



D 

D 217 

M 272 
— 272 
M 272 
M 272 
W 93 



Star 
11 (Giiernsey) 
,1 in the Esst 
State Technology 
Stationer 
Stationery World 
Statist . . 

Status .. 'W 

Steam Engine Eeimrt , . M 272 
Steamship , . . . . , M 272 

Stella Maris j^ 272 

Stevenstoii News .. ., W 202 
Stewartry Observer 

(Dalbeattie) Vf 192 

Stewarts College Magazine 3 Y 272 

stitchery 

Stirling Journal 

11 Observer 

I, Sentinel 

Stock and Share Holder 

I, Exchange 

Daily List 
II II Gazette 

II II Review 

II I, Record _ 

Intelligence W 272 
■W 272 



.. 'W 203 

. W 203 

W 203 

■W 272 

"W 93 

D 272 

. 'W 93 

W272 

D 272 

Intelliffence 

Stockbroker 

Stockport Advertiser . . ^ff 174 

I, Express .. .. "VV" 174 
Stockton Herald . . 'W 174 

Stone Trades' Journal . . M 272 
Stonyhurst Magazine B-M 272 

.stories for the People . . — 272 
Stornowav Gazette . . . . "W 203 
Stortfordian .. .. 8 "Y 272 

Story-Teller M 272 

.Stowmarket Courier.. .. "VV 174 

Strabane Chronicle . . . , \lf 216 

II Weekly News . . W 215 

Strad M -272 

Straight Talk Q 272 

Strand Alagaziiie . . . . M 272 

„ School Magazine .. —272 

Stratford Express . . 2 W 98 

„ on-Avon Herald . . "W 174 

Stratheai-n Herald (Crieff) . . "W 191 

Strathspey Herald(Grantown)'W 197 

Streatham News .. .. W 98 

Stretford Division Advertiser 'W' 168 

„ Telegraph .. .. 'W 168 



,1 Independent(Dublin)W 21 1 
II Mail ((ilas^'ow) .. "W 197 
II Mercury (Birming- 
ham) . . "W 108 
II Pictorial .. .. "W SI 
II Post (Glasgow) .. W 197 
I, School Chronicle . . "W 93 
II 11 Monthly .. M 272 
,1 II Times .. W 273 
II Sportsman .. .. "W 81 
II Stories . . W 273 

II Sun W 165 

,1 Times .. .. w 81 

Sunderland Daily Echo .. D 176 

SnperviHing F 273 

Supplementary Military 

Journal .. .. 273 
Surbiton Times (King^ton) W 142 
Supplement to the ForesterB-M 273 
Surgery and Obstetrics . . M 273 

Surplus F 273 

Surrey Advertiser 

(Guildford) 3 W 131 
,1 and Hants News 

(Fanihani) .. W 131 

,1 Comet (Kingston) 2 W 142 
I, County Herald (Sut- 
ton) .. .. 176 
II Herald (Cliertsey) .. W 120 
I, Mirror (Kedhlll) ... "W 165 
,1 Times (Guildford) 2 W 134 
II Weekly Press (Guild- 
ford) -W 134 

Surveyor 'W 93 

Sussex County Herald 

(Lewes) W 145 
II Courier (Crawley) .. "W 124 
II Daily News 

(Brighton) D 114 

II Express (Lewes) . . "W 145 

Sutton Advertiser .. "W 176 

I, ColdfleldNews(B'ham)'Wl09 

I, Herald W 176 

,, Valence School Mag. 8-Y 273 
Swain's Quarterly Q 273 

Swanage Guardian . . . . W 176 
,1 Times .. .. "W 175 
Swauley Times . . W 176 

SwansconibeChron.(N'thH't) iff 166 
Swansea Shipping Register D 175 
Swedish Cliamber of Com- 
merce Journal .. .. M 273 
Swindon Advertiser .. .. W 176 
,1 Evening Advertiser D 176 
Swinton Journal .. .. W 176 
II Telegraph .. .. "W 176 
Swiss Observer . . . . "W 273 

Sydenham Gazette . . . . 'W' 98 

Synilml M 273 

Symon's Metropolitan Mag. M 273 
Syren and Shipping . . . . "W 93 
System M 273 



Tablet -w 93 

adcaster News . . , , \^ 176 
Tailor and Cutter . . . . "W 273 
Tales for Little People . . M 273 
Talking Machine News .. M 273 
II I, and Side 

Lines .. M 273 



COMPLETE BRITISH ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



48_ 

PAOI 

WalaslI Otxenrer .. .. W180 

,, Pioneer .. W 180 

Waltluun Telegraph . . .. W 180 

Walthamatow Expruu .. W 98 

„ Ouardian .. W R3 

Walton Gazette . . . . W 180 

„ Hewn .. W 180 

„ Times (Bootle) ..Will 

„ Times W IM) 

Wandsworth liorongh Newi W 99 
Wanstead Kxpress . . . . W 99 
Ward Davles* Free Press 

(Pembroke) W 160 

War Cry , W »4 

Warminster Journal . . .. W 180 

Warrington Examiner .. W 181 

„ Catholic Man. . . M 278 

„ Guardian 2 W 181 

Ely A.B.C. Guide M WS 

Warrior M 278 

Warwiolc Advertiser .. W 181 

Waste Trade World . . W 276 

Watohmaker .. .. M 276 

Waterford KvenlnK Nem . . D 216 

„ Standard.. ZW 216 

„ Star .. .. W 218 

„ Weekly News . . W 216 

Water M 276 

Waterfoot Times . . . . W 181 

Waterloo Herald . . . , "W 181 

„ Times (Bootle) . . W 111 

Waterman — 27e 

Watsonian ,. .. S-Y 276 

Wawr s-y 278 

Wearside Catholic News 

(Sunderland) .. .. W 176 

Weather Reports .. .. W 276 

Webster's Rod Book . . H-Y 278 

Wednesbury Borough News W 181 

Weekly Circular .. W 278 

,, Citizen (Leeds) .. W 143 

„ Courier (L'pool) .. W 147 

Diary .. .. Tff 276 

,, Dispatch .. .. W 81 

„ End Novels . . . . W 276 

„ Freeman (Dublin).. 'W 211 

„ Herald (Epworth) . . W 130 

„ Illustrated Citizen 

(Bristol) .. .. W 270 
„ Intelligencer .. iff 278 

„ Irish Times (Dublin) W 212 
„ List Cottonships .. W 276 
„ Mail (Cardiff) 2-W 118 

„ News (Dundee) .. W 193 
„ (Oldbury) .. W 168 
„ Northern Whig 

(Belfast) W 209 

„ Notes W 94 

„ Observer (Newcastle 

West) W 214 
„ Record (Glasgow) . . W 197 
„ Record o( Textile 

Trades .. .. W 278 
„ Reminder .. .. W 276 
„ Report .. W 276 

It Returns of Births 

and Deaths . . W 270 

,, Scotsman 

(Edinburgh) W 194 
„ Summary .. .. W 270 
„ Supplenient(Gal8ton)W 195 
„ Telegraph .. .. W 94 
,, Welcome .. .. W 278 
„ Wool Chart . . . . W 278 
Weldon's Bazaar of Children's 

Faahiutis M 276 
„ Home Dressmaker . . M 276 
„ Home Milliner .. M 270 
„ Illustrated Dress- 
maker M 270 
„ Ladies' Journal . . M 276 
„ Practical Needlework M 277 
„ CaUlogue of Fashions M 277 
Wellingborough News . . W 181 
,, Post .. 'W 181 

Wellingburian .. ., — 277 

Wellington Express (Som.).. 'W 181 
„ Journal .. .. 'W 181 
„ Weekly News W 181 

Welllngtonian M 277 

Welsh Gazette (Abcrj-stwith) 'W 101 

„ Catbulic Herald .. W 118 

, Dragon . . M 277 

„ Outlook . . . . M 277 

Welshman (Carmartlien) . . W 110 

Wells Journal .. .. "VV 182 

Wesley Bible Union Journal M 277 

Wesleyan Sunday School 

Magazine B-M 277 
„ Record .. .. M 277 

P 



rAnB 

luuiworth Herald 'W 17fl 

„ Mercury.. .. 'W I7« 

Tatlor W us 

Taunton Courier .. .. 'W 176 

„ Echo .. .. 'W 1711 

Mail .. .. 'W 176 

Tavistock Gazette .. .. 'W 17(1 

Times .. .. — 170 

Ttxette M 273 

TaxinLTor .. _ .. M 273 
Tayloriiwi .. .. BM 27.1 

Taylors A.B.C. „ .. M 273 

T.C.li. (Dublin) ^ .. W 273 

Teacher's Aid .. .. .. W 273 

Teacher aud Taught.. .. M 273 

Teachers of the Deal BM 27:( 

„ Times .. .. W 273 

Work „ .. M 273 

„ World « _ W 273 

Tf'.ichers of To-day .. „ M 273 

liiilcal Journal .. 10-Y 273 

t side Catholic News 

(Middlesbrough) W 152 
Weekly Herald 
(M'boro) .. W ir'2 
' Teesdale Alerciiry (Barnard 

I Castle) W lO.i 

Teigimiuuth Gazette . . .. 'W 170 

„ Post .. .. 'W 176 

Telegraph Journal „ .. M 273 

I Temperance Bells .. .. M 273 

„ Caterer. . . . M 273 

,. Loader (Glasgow) F '273 

Tenbury Wells Advertiser . . VT 170 

„ „ Mall (Leo- 

mhister) "W 14.1 

Tenby News W 177 

„ (»b8er\'er .. .. "W 177 

Territorial Service Gazette 'W «3 

Tewkesbury Record . . . . 'VV 177 

„ Register . . 'W 177 

Textile Manufacturer 

(.Manchester) M 273 
„ Mercury 

(Manchester) 'W IBI 
„ Recorder .. .. M 273 
Thame Gazette .. .. 'W 177 
Thames Valley Times 

(Richmond) 'W 98 
Thanet Advertiser 

(Ramsgate) 'W 104 
Theology .. .. .. M 273 

Ibeosophist M 273 

IbMSophy in Scotland . . M 273 
Iherapeutic Gazette.. .. M 273 
Tftetford Times .. .. W 177 
TUrsk Guardian ., .. W 166 

„ News W 177 

Thomson's Weekly News . . "W 151 
Thombury Gazette .. .. 'W 177 
Ihomton Heath Observer . . 'W 273 
Ihonghts from the Word . . M 273 
Ihrapston Journal .. .. 'W 177 
Three Shires Advertiser 

(Veovil)'W 187 

Thrift Q 273 

TIdinga of Life and Peace .. M 273 
Tiger Times Weekly.. .. 'W 273 

Timber "W 93 

„ News 'W 273 

„ Trades Journal .. "W 93 
Time and I'ide . . . . 'W 273 

Times D 80 

„ Commercial Cases B-M 274 
„ Educational Supple- 
ment 'W 93 
I, Engineering Supple- 
ment M 274 
„ Law Reports . . 'W 274 

„ Literary Supplement W 'J3 
„ Prospectuses .. H-'Y" '-74 

„ Quarterly Index . . Q 274 
„ Supplement, etc. .. M 274 
,, Imp. & Foreign Trade 

Sui)plement .. "W 93 
„ Weekly Edition . . 'W !W 
iperary Star (ThurlM) .. 'W' 216 
>lon Herald .. .. W 177 

jTIt-BlU W 274 

[Tiverton Gazette . . 2 'W 177 

Tobacco M 274 

ITobacco Colonial Quarterly Q 274 
Trade Review . . M 274 
World .. M 274 

Jobjr M 5174 

aWay .. - .. Q 274 

„ in Eastbourne . . "W 274 

Toamordcn .\ilverti8er .. 'W 17S 

, News .. .. -W 177 

lUlers of the Deep .. „ M 274 



PAOl 

To-morrow M '-74 

Toubridge Free Press .. "W 178 
Tonbridglan .. .. B-M '^74 
Tooting Qaaatte .. .. 'W 98 

I'oidcal Times 'W 93 

„ Expreaa .. .. —178 

Torbay Newi .. .• .. 'W 178 

Torquay Directory . . . . W 178 

„ Times .. 'W 178 

Totnes Times W 178 

rottenham Herald .. .. 'W 98 

Town Crier M 274 

,, „ (Birmingham) .. W lOi) 

„ Planning Review .. Q 274 

„ Topics (London) .. W 93 

Townsend's Railway Guide M 274 

Toynbee Record . . B-M 274 

Toy Shop and Fancy Goods 

Journal M 274 

ToylYadcr M 274 

.. World M 274 

Trade and Finance . . . . \^ 274 
„ and Navigation .. —274 
„ Marks Journal .. W 274 
„ Openings .. .. M 274 
„ Show Critic .. 'W 274 

Trader -^ 274 

Trill M274 

Tramway World . . . . M 274 
Transactions Actuarial Soo. 

of Glasgow . . — 274 
.. Actuaries (Scot.) — 274 

Bristol Arch. 
Society .. — 274 
I. of the Cam. 

Pliilos. Society — 274 
,. Carmarthen- 

shire Anti- 
quarian Soc. H-Y 274 
» Ceramic Soc. . . Q 274 

t, of tile Kiitomo- 

loglcal Society Q 274 
>, of the Faraday 

Society 3-Y 274 

,1 Institute of Mining 

Engineers .. M 274 
„ Optical Society — 274 

,, Royal Academy 

of Medicine in 
Irelaud .. — 274 
,, Boyal Society 

of Edinburgh — 274 
,, Royal Scot. 

Arboriculture 
Soc. . . H-Y 274 
„ Royal Dublin 

Society — 274 
I. St.Paul'sEccIe- 

siological 
Society .. — 274 
„ Soc. of Trop. .Med. 

and Hygiene M 275 
I, of the Sm-veyors' 

Inst M 275 

n Zoological So- 

ciety.. .. — 275 
Transport and Travel . . M 276 
Travel by Road . . . . M 276 

Traveller De Luxe . . . . M 275 

Treasury M 275 

Tredegar Weekly Argus .. 'W 17b 
Tribune Time Table . . . M 276 

Trinitarian Bible Society 

Record Q 275 

Troon Herald .. .. "W 203 

„ Times 'W 2a3 

Tropical Life M 275 

„ Diseases Bulletin.. M 275 

„ Veterinary Bulletin Q 275 

Trotting World .. .. 'W 275 

Troubadour .. .. .. M 275 

Truro Diocesan Gazette . . M 275 
Trusting and Toiling .. M 276 

Trust Review .. ' .. B-M 275 

Truth.. Tj^ 94 

Trysorfa'r Plant .. V. Jj 276 

Tuani Herald W 216 

„ People ^ff 2U1 

Tubercle , . . . . . M 275 
Tuesday Express (Ashford) W liw 
Tunbrldge Wells Advertiser W 1711 
rwickenbam Gazette .. Q 275 
Two Worlds .. .. .'. 'W •27f, 
Tyldesley Chronicle . . . . 'W 17ti 
Tyue Bill of Entry .. .. D 276 
Tyneslde Catholic News .. 'W 165 
Typewriter Topics . . . . M 275 
Typographical Circular . . M 275 
Tyro Q 275 



PAQB 

Tyrone Constltntlon(Omagh) 'W 215 

„ Courler(Dungannou) 'W 212 

Tywysydd y Plant .. .. M 275 



Udgom (Pwllheli) .. 'W 163 

Ister Gazette (Armagh).. 'W 207 
Ulster Herald (Omagli) .. 'W 215 

nula 6Y275 

Ulverston Guardian .. .. 'W 179 
„ News .. 'W 179 

Uncle Ben's Budget . . .. M 276 
Under the Dome . . Q 275 

Undertaker's Journal .. M 275 

Union Jack ^ff 275 

Unit — 275 

Unitiirian Monthly . . . . M 276 

United Kingdom Gazette .. 'W 275 

„ Empire .. .. M 276 

„ Methodist .. .. 'W' 94 

n „ Magazine . . M 276 

„ Service Gazette .. W 94 

United Temperance Gazette Q 275 

Universal Brotherhooil . . M 275 

„ Enclyilopcdia .. p :;76 

Universe V? 94 

University College Hospital 

Magazine.. 6 Y 275 
„ College Union 

Magazine 8- Y 275 
„ Correspondent . . M 276 
„ Exteu. Bulletin 3 Y 275 
„ Oxford Exam. 

Papers .. .. — 276 
Uppingham School .Mag. 8-Y 275 
Upton-on-Severn News .. "W 179 
UshawMagazme .. ..8-Y276 
Uttoxetcr Advertiser .. ^W 179 



yaoclnation Enquirer . . M 276 
aclier's Parliamentary 

Companion M 276 

Valeof Clwyd News.. .. 'W 124 

„ „ Conway News .. "W" 124 

Vanity Fair Q 276 

Vegetarian Messenger . . M 276 

Venture M 276 

Venturer M 276 

Veterinary Journal .. ..11275 
„ Record .. .. ■W278 
Victorian .. .. 8-Y 278 

Victoria League Notes . . M 276 
Vigilance Record . . . . M 276 
Villa News and Record .. 'W 276 

Violet Novels F 276 

Violin and String World B-M 276 

Violin Budget M 276 

Violinists' (Jazette . . H-Y 276 
Visitor (Eastbourne).. .. W 129 

Vogue -p 2:6 

Voice of Labour .. .. 'W 211 

Voices Q 276 

Vote (The) -fff 276 



Wadham College Gaz. 
akeflcld Advertiser 
„ Express 

Walkden Telegraph 
Walker's Leeds Time Table 
Wallasey Chronicle . . 

M News 
Wallington Advertiser 
„ Herald .. 
» Times 



HY 276 

W 179 

W ISO 

W ISO 

M 276 

.. W 180 

.. 'W 180 

. . W ISO 

.. ■W ISO 

-. W 180 



46 



THE NEWSPAPEE PRESS DIRECTORY. 





PAGK 


West (The) 


M 277 


„ Africa 


W 94 


„ African and Nigerian 


Gazette 


■W277 


„ Bridglord Advertiser 




(Nottingham) 


W 158 


„ Briton (Truro) 2 W 178 


„ Bromwich WeelclyNew 


sVr 182 


„ Cumberland News 


W 183 


„ „ Times 




(Cocltermouth) 


W 122 


„ End Gazette of Fashions Q 277 


„ End Philatelist 


. M 277 


„ Essex Gazette (Epping) W 180 


„ Fife Fj!ho (Dunferm- 




line) W 193 


„ Ham and South Essex 


Mai 


W 99 


„ „ Express .. 


W 99 


_ Herts Observer (Wat 




ford) 


■W 181 


„ Herts Post 


"W 181 


„ IndiaCommittee Circular p 277 


„ Indian Bulletin 


. Q 277 


,, Kent Advertiser 




(Dartford) W 125 


, Kent Argus (Lewisham) W 99 


„ „ Times (Bromley) 


■W 116 


„ Lanes Coast Chronicle 




(Formhy) 


W 1S2 


„ London Medical Journal Q 277 


„ „ Observer 


W 99 


„ „ Post .. 


W 99 


„ „ Pi-ess .. 


W 911 


„ „ Kepoi-ter 


W 99 


„ Lothian Courier 




(Bathgate) W 190 


„ Middlesex Times 




(Staines) W 173 


„ Midland Co. Railway 




Guide 


M 277 


„ Somerset Free Press 




(Williton) W 184 


„ Surrey Good Templars 




Guide 


Q 277 


„ Sussex Gazette 




(Arundel) W 103 


„ „ County Times 




(Horsham) W 138 


„ Yorkshire Pioneer 




(Skipton) W 171 


Westerham Herald .. 


■W182 


Western Chronicle (Yeovil) 


W 187 


„ Counties Railway 




Guide 


M 277 


„ Echo (St. Ives) .. 


W 168 


„ Equatorial Africa 




Diocesan MaKazinell 277 


,, Evening Herald 




(Plymouth) 


D 161 


„ Gazette (Yeovil) . . 


W 187 


„ Guardian (Totnes) 2 W 178 


„ Independent 




(Devoniiort) W 127 


Mail (Cardiff) .. 


D 118 


„ Morning News 




(Plymouth) 


D 161 


„ NationalUt (Boyle) W 209 


„ News (Ballinasloe) "W 207 


„ ,, (Glasgow) .. 


W 197 


„ Observer (Tiverton) W 177 


„ People (Ballina) .. 


W 207 


,, Telegraph 




(Urmston) W 179 


„ Temperance 




Herald 


Q277 


„ Weekly News 




(Plymouth) 


— 161 


Weitmeath Examiner 




(Mullingar) W 214 


„ Guardian 




(Mullingar) W 214 


II Independent 




(Athlone) W 207 


Westminster Chronicle 


W 99 


II Cathedral 




Chronicle . . 


M 277 


1, Gazette 


D 80 


II News .. 


W 99 



PAGE 

Westminster Record and W. 

London News W 99 
Teacher .. M 277 
Westminsterian . . 6 Y 277 

Westmorland Gazette 

(Kendal) 'W 141 
Weston S. M. Gazette 2 W 1S2 
I, Mercury .. W 182 

„ ABC Railway 

Guide .. — 277 
Wetherby News .. 2 'W 182 
Weymouth Standard . . "W 182 

„ Telegram .. "W 18o 

Wharfedale Observer (Otley) W 169 
What Shall I Recite? .. M 277 
What's Doing (Birmingham) W 109 
What's On? .. .. W 277 

„ in Southampton 'W 277 

Wheatsheat M '277 

Whitby Gazette .. .. W 183 

„ Time I'able . . M 277 

Whitchurch Herald . . . . W 183 

White and Pike's Guide . . M 277 

,, Cross Q 277 

„ Lancer Q 277 

„ Ribbon .. .. .. M 277 

WhitehaJl (iazette M 277 

„ Review , . . . M 277 

Whitellaveu Advertiser . . "W 183 

News .. 'W 183 

Whitgiftian .. 3 Y 277 

Whitley Bay Observer .. 'W lS;i 

Whitley Seaside Chronicle.. 'W 183 

Whitstable Times .. 'W' 183 

Whittlesea Reporter .. 'W 183 

Wicklow News Letter . . 'W 216 

„ People . . . . 'W 210 

Wiile World Magazine . . M 277 

Widnes Chronicle .. .. W 183 

II Examiner , . . . W 183 

,, Guardian .. 2 "W" 1S3 

,, Weekly News . . 'W 183 

Wigan Examiner ., 2 'W 183 

„ Catholic Herald . . 'W 183 

,1 Observer .. 3 'W' 184 

Wigton Advertiser , . . , W 184 

Willesden Chronicle . .. "W 99 

„ Citizen .. .. "W 99 

Wilmslow E.\-i)ress .. 'W 184 

Wilts County Paper (Marlbro')'W' 162 

Wilts Standard (Cirencester) 'W' 122 

Wiltshire Archaeological 

Magazine H-Y 277 

„ Gazette (Devize-s) W V/7 

„ News (Hath) . . W 106 

„ Notes and Queries Q 277 

„ Opinion Special — 277 

„ 'l'elegraph(l)evize:i)W 127 

,1 Times (Tr'wb'ilge) W 178 

Wimbledon Herald . . . . 'W' 99 

„ Mercury.. .. "W (.9 

,, News .. .. W 99 

Wimborne Herabi .. .. 'W 184 

Winchester Diocesan 

Chronicle . . M 277 
Windsor Chronicle .. .. 'W 184 
I, Express . . . . W 184 
,, Magazine .. . . M 277 
Wine and Spirit Circular . . M 277 
■ 1 •• Record .. M '277 

„ Trade Review . . M 277 

Wings M 277 

Winner jyj '277 

Wlnnmg Post . . . . . . W 94 

Winllau M 277- 

Winsford Chronicle .. .. W 184 
„ Guardian . 2 'W 184 

Wireless Mail D 277 

., World .. .. p 277 

Wisbech Constitutional Gaz. W 184 

,, Standard .. .. 'W 184 

Wishaw Herald . . , . "W 203 

„ Press . . "^Y 203 

Within our Gates .. .. Q 277 

Without the Camp .. '.". Q 278 

Witness Belfast) . . . . 'W 209 

„ CGlasgow) .. .. M 27S 

Witney Gazette .. .. 'W 1S4 

Wiveliscombe Express .. 'W 181 

Wobura Repoi Icr .. W 186 



PAOB 

Wokingham Chronicle . . 'W 185 

Woking Herald .. .. 'W 185 

,1 News and Mail .. 'W 186 

,1 Observer .. 'W 185 

\Volverhanipton Chronicle.. W 185 

Woman Clerk M 278 

I, Teacher . . . . W 278 

Worker .. .. M 278 

Woman's Leader* .. .. 'W '278 

Life W 278 

„ Outlook .. .. M 278 

Pictorial . . . . ^W 278 

„ Weekly .. . . W 278 

„ Work . . . . Q 278 

„ World .. .. ^W 278 

II „ Library .. M 27S 

Womenof the Day.. M 278 

Women's Employment ..B-M 278 

,1 Farm and Garden 

„ .Tournal .. .. M 218 

„ Wear .. .. W 278 

Wonderlands M 278 

Woodbridge Reporter . . 'W 185 

Woodford Advertiser .. W 99 

„ Bugle .. .. W 278 

I, Express .. .. "W" 99 

,, Times .. .. 'W 99 

Wood Green Sentinel . . 'W 99 

„ Weekly Herald 'W 99 

Wooil Pulp Maker . . . . M 278 

„ Worker M 278 

Woolcraft . . « . . M 278 

Wool Chart "W 278' 

„ Record (Bradford) . . ^W 112 
Woollen Gazette .. .. M 278 

Woolwich Gazette (Plumste'd)'W 161 

„ Herald .. .. 'W 99 

11 Pioneer .. .. "VV" 99 

Worcester ABC Guide . . M 27S 

II Daily Times . . D 186 

„ Diocesan Magazine M 278 

II Herald .. .. 'W 186 

Worcesteriau . . . . 3 Y 278 

Worcestershire Advertiser 

(Worcester) W 186 
II Chronicle 

(Worcester) 'W 180 
,1 Echo 

(Worcester) D 180 
I, Standard 

(Worcester) 'W ISO 

Word M 278 

Word of Life . . , . B M 278 

Words of .Salvation . . . . M 27s 

„ „ Truth . . . . M 278 

Work ■\/y 278 

Work and Witness .. .. Q 27s 

Worker's Dreadnought . . 'W 278 

„ Friend .. .. P 278 

„ at Home .. M 278 

I, Onward .. B-M '278 

.. Own M 27s 

„ Paner .. .. M-278 
Workington Star .. ..■??■ 186 
Works Management.. .. Jj 278 
Worksop Guardian . . . . 'W 186 
Working Men's College Jrnl. M 278 
World's Carriers . . . . M 278 

Fair W 278 

„ Pictorial News 'W' 94 

„ Rubber Position .. M 278 

Work M 278 

Worthing Gazette .. . Wise 

„ Herald .. -W 186 

W otton-under-Edge Gazette iff 180 

Wren Magazine .. . . M 278 

Wrexham Advertiser 2 'W 180 

„ Argus .. .. M '278 

„ Leader .. 'W ISC 

Wrexhauiian ..8'Y'^7H 

Wright's Railway Tables .'. M '279 

It Brass Band News M ''79 

W.T. Novels .. .. M 279 

■"'"" — '■"- .. .. -279 



M'uifruniau 



PAOK 
Wycombe Abbey Gazette . . M 279 

Wykehamist — 27C 

Wyggestoiiian .. .. 8-Y 279 



YBrython (Liverpool) 'W 147 
Clorlanydd (Llangefni) "W 147 
I, Cymro (Dolgelly) .. 'W 127 
I, Drysorfa .. .. M 279 

„ Dydd (Dolgelly) .. ^W 127 

„ Gorlan j^ 279 

II GeneUl Cymreig 

(Carnarvon) 'W 119 

„ Gymraes M 279 

11 Lladmerydd .. .. M279 
„ Llan (Dolgelley) .. .. 'W 127 
I, Rhedegydd (Blaenau) . . 'W 110 
„ Seren (Bala) .. .. 'W 104 
I, Traethodydd .. .. Q 279 
II Tyst (Merthyr) .. .. 'W 152 
I, „ Dirwestol .. .. M 279 
,, Werin A'R Eco (Carnar- 
von) .. -^ 119 
„ Wyntyll (Llangefni) .. "W 147 

Ymwelydd Q 279 

YrEfengylydd .. B-M "79 

.1 Haul M 27i> 

II Wythiios ar Eryr(Bala) 'W I114 

„ Ymofynydd .. .. M 27'i 

Yachting Mimthly .. .. M 27!, 

II World .. .. "W 114 

Yarmouth Independent . W iSB 

,1 Mercury .. .. W 18(1 

II Times .. 'W 186 

■Lr „•• , Weekly Press _ -W 186 

lellow Magazine .. ,, p 279 

Yeovil Leader 'W 187 

Yes or No "vy 279 

York Journal of Convocation — 279 
„ Diocesan Gazette .. M '279 
" '^'^r .. .. .. 'W' 187 

Yorkshire Archaeological 

Journal .. H-Y 279 

„ Catholic Herald .."W 187 
„ Early Bird (Sheffield) 170 
,1 Evening New.«(Leeds)D 144 
„ Evening Post(Lceds)D 144 
•I ,1 Piess(York) D 187 

I, Estates Gazette .. M 279 
I, Gazette (York) .. W 187 
II Herald .. .. D 187 

I, News .. .. -w 187 

I, Observer (^Bradford) D 112 
,1 OliServer Budget . . "W 112 
I. Post CLeeds) . . D 144 

,1 Sports (Bradford) 'W 112 
II Telegraph (Slioflield)D 17u 
„ Weekly Her.alil(Vork)'W' 187 
„ Weekly Post (Leeds) W 144 

You and I m 270 

Young Abstainer .. " Q 27!) 
I, Britain .. .. "W 270 

II Christian .. .. M 'll'i 
II Folks' Tales .. .. W 27^' 
II Helper's League B-M 27ii 
,1 New Churchman Q 279 

,, Protestant .. .. M 27!* 

,1 Soldier "VV' 27ii 

II Watchman .. . M "7'' 
Young's Time Tables(Perth) M 270 
Youthful Days .. .. M -2711 

Y.W.C.A. Monthly Letter .. M 271) 



Zambesi Industrial Missiou M 270 
anibesi Mission Record .. Q 270 

Zenana M 270 

Zionist Review .. .. M 27n 
Zion's Witness . . . . M 270 
Zodiac M 270 



47 



INDEX TO BRITISH NEWSPAPERS. 



LONDON 
and London Suburban. 



Rally Chronicle .... 79 

— Kxpresa 79 

Gazette OS 

— Graphic 79 

Herald i9 

Mall 79 

■ Mirror 79 

News 79 

Sketch 79 

Telegraph .... 79 

World 79 

Financial News . . . . 79 

TImei 79 

Financier . • . . .79 

Illustriited Daily News . . 87 

Indicator 9« 

Jewish Kxprosa . . .79 

Times 79 

Lloyd's Daily Index ... SO 

List 79 

Morning AdTcrtlser . . . 80 

Post SO 

Pnhllc Ledger .... 80 

Sporting Life SO 

Sportmuau 80 

Timea 80 

Westminster Gazette . . .80 



Evening. 
Evening New.s 
— Standard 

Jewish Evening News . , 
Pall Mall Gazette and Globe 
Star 



Twice a week. 

Bazaar 

Borough of West Ham Exprei 
Citmberwell Times 
Kast Keid News 

Ham Express . 

London tJazette . 
Middlesex County Times 
haeiiig World 
South liondon Observer 
Sporting World . 
Stratford Express 



Thrice a week. 
Hackney Gazette . 



Fortnightly. 
Brewers' Gazette 
Charity Record . , 

Commercial World 
Insurance & Finance Chronicle 



96 



Weekly. 

Accountant gl 

Acton Gazette .... 94 

Post 94 

Aeroplane 81 

Amateur Gardening . . .81 
4meriean Machinist * . ,82 

Architect 82 

ArchiteeW' Journal . . .82 
Army and Navy Gazette . . 82 

Autocar 82 

Automotor Journal . . .82 

Bakers' Record . . , .82 
Bulhani Mercury .... 94 

- News 94 

^'itist 'I'lmes and Freeman . 82 
lies Herald . . , .94 
v^waterChronlcle , , . 94 
linaHJrcon News . , , 94 
ird of Trade Journal . , S2 
■ves Park Weekly >'ews , . 94 

^ing 82 

'\s' Pirtorial .... 82 
ilriiish Australasian . . ,82 

Citizen and Empire Worker 82 

Journal of Photography , 82 

- — Medical Journal , . 82 

Weekly 82 

Brixton and Streatbam Timet . 94 



Weekly— (Con.) paqb 

Brixton Free Press . , ,94 

Knickley News .... 94 

llUL-khiirst Hill Express . , 95 

Builder 83 

Building News . , . , 83 

Trade 83 

Bystander 83 



:raph 



Cabinet Maker . , 
Cnraberwcll News 
Canada .... 
Canadian Gazette . 
Capitalist 
Car Illustrated 
Catford Journal . 
Catholic Herald . 

Times 

Challenge 
Chelsea Courier . 
Chemical Age 
Chemical News . 
Chemist and Drngglst . 
China Exjjress and Telej 
Chlngfora Guardian 
Cliiswick Gazette . 

Times , 

Christian 

Herald . 

Life 

World . 

Church Family Newspaper 

Times . 

Citizen . . , . 
City Press , 
City Review , 
Civilian. 
Clapbam Chronicle 

Observer 

Clarion , , . , 
Colliery Guardian 
Contract Journal , 
Contractor . 
Contractors' Chronicle 
Country Life . 
Court .journal 
Crystal Palace Advertiser 



Dally Afall Overseas . 

Mirror Overseas W. Edition 

Sketch W. Edition 

Draper 

Drapers' Record . , , , 
Dulwich Reporter 



Ealing Gazette 
East Ham Echo , 

Mail . 

Recorder 

East London Advertiser 

~— Observer 

Post 

Eastern Mercury . 
Economic Review 
Economist . 
Electrician . 
Electrical Review, 

Times , 

Engineer 
Engineering . 
English Churchman 

Mechanic , 

Era ... 
Krttates' Gazette , 
Eve . , , 



Falrplay , , , . 
Farm, Field, and Fireside 
Farm and Home . 
Parmer and Stockbreeder 
Feathered World , 
Field , , . , 
Finance , , , , 
Financial Opinion. 

Outlook, 

.Standard 

World , 

Finchley Press . 
Flnsbury Weekly News 
Fishing Gazette , 
Fish Trades' Gazette , 
Flight . , . , 
Forest Hill Examiner . 
Freemason , 
Freemason's Chronicle. 
Friend , . . , 



8S 
95 
S3 
88 
S3 
83 
96 
8S 
88 
83 
96 
8.S 
83 
83 
83 
96 
9.1 
96 
83 
84 
84 
84 
S4 
84 
84 
84 
84 
84 
96 
96 
84 
84 
84 
84 
84 
84 
84 
96 



Weekly— (Con,) page 
Fruit Grower , . . , 88 

and Flower Trades Journal . 86 

Pulhnni Chronicle . , ,96 
Gazette , , , , 9« 



Garden 86 

Gardeners' Chronicle , . , 86 
Gardening, Illustrated . , SC 

Gas Journal 86 

World 8(1 

Gentlewoman . , . ,86 

Graphic 86 

Grocer 86 

Grocers' Gazette , , , ,86 

Journal . . . , 86 

Guardian 87 



Hackney Recorder 

Spectator 

Hairdressers' Journal 
Hamniersniith Courier 
Hampstead Advertiser 

Express 

Record , , , , 

Hardware Trade Journal . 
Harper's Wine & Spirit Gazette 
Hither Green Journal . 
Ilolborn Guardian, 
HoUoway Press , 
Home and Colonial Mall 
Homsey Journal , 
Horse and Hound , 



Illustrated London News 

Police News . 

Sporting 81 Dramatic 

Sunday Herald 

Insurance Observer 

Record , 

Investors' Chronicle 

Guardian 

Review . 

Iron and Coal Trade Review 
Ironmonger . 
Islington Guardian 



News 



Jewish Chronicle . . . , 87 

Guardian . , . . 88 

World 88 

John Bull 88 

Joint Stock Co,'8 Journal , . 88 

Journal the Society of Arts , 88 

Justice 88 

of the Peace . , . ,88 



Kensington Gazette . , ,96 

News 96 

Post 96 

Kentish Independent . , .96 

Mercury , . , ,97 

Kllburn Times . , . ,97 
Kinematograph and Lantern 
Weekly 88 



Labour News . , , . 88 
La Chronique , , , ,88 

Ladies' Field 88 

Lady 88 

Lancet 88 

Land Agents' Record , , ,88 
Law Journal . . . , 88 

Times 88 

Leather Trades' Review , , 88 

World 88 

Lee Journal 97 

Lewisham Advertiser , , .97 

Journal , , , . 97 

Borough News , , . 97 

Leyton Express , , , . 97 
Leytonstone Express . , ,97 
Licensed Victuallers' Gazette . 88 
Licensing Worlu . , , ,89 

Light s9 

lilve Stock Journal . . .89 
Lloyd's List W. Summary , , 89 

News 81 

Local GoTcmment Chronicle . 89 

Journal , , . , 89 

London Commercial Record 89 

Courier , , . .97 

Mail s9 

Opinion . , . 89 



Weekly— (Con.) faob 

London Welshman ... 80 
Londra Roma , , . . U 



Machinery Market . . . 80 

Mall SB 

Mark Lane Express . . ,80 

Marylebone Chronicle . . . VJ 

Courier 97 

Mercury . . , ,97 

Record 07 

Medical Officer , , . . 80 

Medical Press and Clrcnlar, , 90 

Men's Wear go 

Metal World , . . , 90 

Methodist Recorder , . . 90 

Times 90 

Miller 90 

Mining Journal . , , , 90 

World 90 

Ml nor of Life , . . 90 

Mitcham Gazette . , , , 97 
MItcham Mercury , , ,07 

Money go 

Morocco go 

Motion Picture Studio . , 90 

Motor 90 

Municipal Engineering , . 90 

Journal go 

Muswell Hill Record . , .97 



Nation and Atheneeum 
National Weekly . 
Nature , 
Near East 
New Age 

Cross Free Press 

Statesman 

Witness 

Newsagent , 
News of the World 
Newspaper World 
North London Guardian 
North Middlesex Chronicle 
Norwood News , 

Press 

Herald . 

Nursing Mirror , 
Times , 



Observer. 

Oil Trades Journal 

News 

Outlook . . 



Paddlngton Gazette , 

Mercury . , 

News 

Palmer's Green Gazette 
Paper Trade Review , 
Passing Show 
Penge News . 

Press 

People , , , , 
People's Advertiser 
Petroleum Times , 
Pharmaceutical Journal 
Pictures 
Police Review 
Poultry . . , , 
Primitive Methodist Leader 
Printer and Stationer , 
Produce Markets Review 
Public Opinion 
Publishers' Circular 
Punch . . • . 



Queen .... 
Queen's Park Advertiser 

Railway Gazette , 
— Review , 
Record , , , . 
Referee , . . . 
Review . . . , . 
Reynolds's Weekly Newspaper 
Richmond Herald 

Times . 

Rubber World 



St, Pancros Chronicle 

Uazette , 

Guardian 

Record . 

Saturday Review 

School Government (Hironlcle 



90 
90 

go 

00 
90 
»7 
91 
91 
91 
81 
91 
97 
97 
97 
97 
07 
91 
01 



81 
01 
01 
91 



07 
97 
98 
98 
91 
01 
98 
08 
81 
98 
01 
91 
91 
91 
91 
91 
91 
91 
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01 
01 



01 
08 



92 
92 
92 
81 
92 
81 
98 
08 
92 



98 
98 
08 
02 
92 



P 3 



48 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



'WeeUy—iCon.) 
Schoolmaster • 
Schoolml^Lreso 
Shipping World . 
Shoe and Leather News 

Record 

^— Trades Journal 
Sketch .... 
Soho Gazette . • 
Solii'.ltorii' Journal 
South Africa . 

Coast Catholic Herald 

American Journal 

.^—Eastern Herald . 

London Press 

Western Star 

Bonthwark Recorder . 
Spectator . 
Sphere .... 
Sporting Times . 
Stage .... 
Statist .... 
Stock Exchange . 

Gazette . 

Streatham News . 
Sunday Evening Telegram 

Express 

Illustrated . 

Pictorial 

School Cbrooicle 

Sportsman . 

Times . 

Surveyor 

Sydenham Gazette 
Sjren and Shipping 



PAQE 
92 
92 
92 
92 
92 
92 
92 



Tablet .... 
Tatler .... 
Territorial Service Gazelte 
Tlutmes Valley Times . 
Timber .... 

Trades Journal . 

Times Educational Supplement 

Foreijiu Trade Supplement 

Literary Supplement . 

Weekly .... 

Tooting Gazette . 
Topical Times 
Tottenham Herald 
Town Topics .... 
Truth 



United Methodist 

ServiceGazette 

Universe . 



Waltbamstow Guardian 

Express . 

Wandsworth News 
Wanstead Express 
War Cry 
Weekly Dispatch 

Notes 

Telegraph 

West Africa . 

Ham Mail 

Express 

Kent Argus 

London Observer 

Post 

Press 

Reporter 

Westminster and Plmllco News 

Clironicle 

ilecord • 

Wlllesden Chronicle 

Citizen . ' 

Wimbledon News 

Herald . 

Mercury 

Winning Post 
Woodford Advertiser 

Express . 

Times . 

Wood Green Herald 

Sentinel 

Woolwich Gazette (Plumsteadi 

Herald ' 

Pioneer . 

World's Pictorial News 

Yachting World 



ENGLAND. 

Aberavon News (Porthcawl) 
Abercarn Weekly Argnt 
Aberilare Express 

Leader . 

Abergavenny Chronicle 
Abergele Visitor . 
limes . 

— Weekly News 



93 



, 162 
. 101 
. 101 
101 
, 101 
. 101 
.101 
. 101 



PAGE 

Abertlllery Weekly Argus . . Idl 
Aberystwith Despatch . . 101 
Accrlngton Advertiser . . . 101 

' — Gazette 101 

Observer . . . .102 

Adsain (Corwen) . . . .124 
Advocate (Shirley) . . .170 
Alcester Chronicle . . .102 
Alderley Advertiser (Wilraslow) 1S4 
Aldershot News . . . .102 

Gazette . . . .102 

Alford Gazette . . . .102 
Alfreton Journal . . . .102 
Alnwick County Gazette . . 102 

Guardian . . . .102 

Alton Mail 102 

Altrlncham Advertiser . . 102 

Guardian . . . .102 

Amman Valley Chronicle . ■ 102 
AmpthillNewB . . . .102 
Andover Advertiser . . .103 
Appleby Herald . . . .103 
ArralcyNews . . . .103 
Ashbourne News .... 103 

Advertiser .... 103 

Telegraph . . . .103 

Ashburton Guardian . . .103 
Ashton Herald . . . .103 

Standard . . . .103 

Weekly Reporter . . 103 

Atherstone Exjiress . . .104 
Herald 104 



News 104 

Observer .... 104 

Athletic News (Manchester) . 160 
Auckland Chronicle . . . 109 
Avalon Independent (Glaston- 
bury) 133 

Avonmouth Mail (Bristol) . . 114 
Aylsham and Keepham Post . 104 



Bacup Chronicle . . . .104 

Times 104 

Banbury Advertiser . , .104 

Guardian . . . .104 

BaneracAmserauCymm(Dcnblgh)126 
Bangor News .... 104 

Observer .... 104 

Barking Advertiser . . .106 

Ctaonlcle . . . .105 

Barmouth & County Advertiser 106 

Barnet Press 106 

Barnoldswick Pioneer . . . 106 
Bamsley Chronicle . . .105 

Independent . . . .106 

Barrow Guardian . . . .105 

News 106 

Barrow ford Leader . . , 105 
Barry Dock News . . . .106 
Ban-y Herald .... 106 
Bath Chronicle . . . .106 

Daily Clironicle . . .108 

Herald 108 

Observer .... 106 

Batley Free Press .... 106 

News 106 

Rcuorter .... 106 

Bcckenliam Advertiser . . 106 

Chronicle . . . .106 

Journal 107 

Times 107 

Bedale Ctu'onicle . . . .166 
Bedford Daily Circular . . 107 

Record 107 

Bedfordshire Express (Biggles- 
wade) . . . - .108 

Tuesday Telegraph (Luton). 148 

Saturday Telegraph (Luion) 148 

Standard (Bedford) . . 107 

Tlmes( Bedford) . . . 107 

Bedworth Guardian (Nuneatunj. 168 

News . . . . .107 

Observer , . , ,107 

Reeston Gazette - . . .107 
Helper News .... 107 
Berkeley Gazette . . . .107 
Berkhamstead Gazette. . . 107 
Berkshire Advertiser . . . 180 

Chronlcic(BcadinK) . . 184 

Gazette (Woliingham) . 185 

Berrow's Worcester Journal . 186 
Berwick Advertiser . . .107 

— I— Journal 107 

Mercury 107 

Bettwys-y-Cocd Weekly News . 107 
Beverley Guardian . . .107 
BeihlU Observer . . . .108 

Cluonicle . . . . lOg 

Bexley Heath Observer . . 108 
Bicester Advertiser . . .108 
Biddulph Chronicle . . .10s 
Bldeford Weekly Gazette . . 108 
Biggleswade Chronicle. . . 108 
Birkenhead Advertiser. . . 108 

News 108 

Birmingham Catholic News . 108 



PAGE 
Birmingham Daily Mail . . 109 

Gazette . . . .108 

News 109 

Post 109 

Weekly Post . . .109 

Birstall Herald . . . .109 

News 109 

Bishops Castle Advertiser . . 109 
BlackbiuTi Catholic News . .110 
Blackburn Times . . . .110 

Weekly Telegraph . . 110 

Blackpool Gazette. . . .110 

Times . . . . .110 

Blackwood Argus . . ' . .110 
Blaenavon Argus .... 110 
Blandford Herald . . .110 

Blaydon Courier . . . .110 

BIyth News 110 

Bognor Observer . . . .110 
Bolton Catholic Herald . . Ill 

Evening News . . . Ill 

Weekly Journal . . . Ill 

Bootle Herald . . . .111 

Times Ill 

Boston Guardian . . . .111 
Bournemouth Daily Echo . . Ill 

Graphic Ill 

Guardian . . . .111 

limes Ill 

Bradford Catholic Herald . . 112 

Daily Argus . . . .112 

Telegraph . . .112 

Pioneer .... 112 

Braintree Gazette . . . 112 
Branksome Herald (Poole), . 162 
Brecon County Times . . 112 

and Radnor Express . .112 

Brewood Courier .... 113 
Brldguorth Journal , . .113 
Bridgwater Independent . . 113 

Mercury .... 113 

Bridlington Chronicle . . .113 

Free Press , . . .113 

Bridport News . . . .118 
BrierQeld Leader . . . . 113 
Brighouse Echo . . . .113 

Free Press . . . .113 

Brlghtltngsea News . . .113 
Brighton Advertiser . . .114 

Gazette 114 

Herald 114 

Society 114 

Standard . . . .114 

Bristol Catholic Herald . . 114 

Evening News , , . 114 

BveningTimes . . .114 

Gazette 114 

Ouardiau . . . .114 

Observer . ... 116 

Times and Mirror . . .116 

Western Daily Press , , 116 

Brtxham Western Guardian .116 
Broadstaira Echo . . . 116 

Mail 116 

Bromley Journal . . . 116 

Local Guide .... 116 

• Mercury 115 

Times 116 

Bromsgrove Weekly Messenger .1)6 
Bromyard News .... 116 
Brynmawr Argus .... 116 
Buckfastleigh Guardian . , 110 
Buckingham Advertiser . . 116 
liuckinghamslilre Advertiser 

(Uxbrldgc) . . . .179 
Bucks Advertiser (Aylesbury J . 104 

Examiner (Chesham) , . 121 

Free Press (Wycombe) . 186 

Herald (Aylesbury) , .104 

Standard (Newport Pagnell)166 

W. News (Wolverton) . .186 

Bude and Stratton Weekly News 116 
Burnham Gazette . . , lie 
Buruham-on-Crouch Advertiser, ll'j 
Burnley Catholic News . . 116 

Express 116 

News 116 

Burry Port Star (Llanelly) . . 147 
Burion Chronicle . . . .116 

Daily Mail . . . .118 

Evening Gazette . . .116 

Football Mail . . .118 

Observer . . . .118 

Bury (Lane.) Guardian . . 118 

Visitor 117 

(Lane.) Times . . 117 

St. Edmunds ^Norwich Post 117 

Free Press (Suffolk) . .117 

Buxton Advertiser . . .117 
Herald 117 



Cadishead and Irlam Guardian . 117 
Caerphilly Journal (I'ontypridd) 161 



PAGE 
Cambei'Iey News .... 117 
Cambria Dally Leader (Swansea) 175 
Cambrian (Swansea) , . .175 

News (Aberystwith) . . 101 

Cambridge Chronicle . . . 117 

Daily News . , , 117 

Independent Press . , 117 

University Reporter . . 117 

Cambridgeshire Times (March) . 161 
Camelford Guardian . . . 117 

News 117 

Cannock Advertiser . . .117 

Courier us 

Cardiff Times .... us 
Cardigan Advertiser . . . 119 
Carlisle Journal .... 119 
Carmarthen Journal . . .119 
Carnarvon Herald . . . ii^ 
Carnforth News . . ,11 

Caterham Press . . . . I'j- 
Catholic News (Pre.ston) . . id 
Central Gazette (Glastonbury) , ]:, 

Chard News i:;, 

t'hase Pioneer .... Isi 
Chatham News .... !•_ 

Observer .... lijii 1 

Chatteris Advertiser . . . 120 
Cheadle Herald .... 120 

Times 120 

Cheddar Valley Timet . . 120 
Cheltenham Chronicle . . . 1 20 
Chepstow Weekly Argus . , 120 
Cheshire Daily Echo (Stockport) 173 
Observer (Chester) . . 121 



Courant .... 


. 1": 


Guardian 


. lai 


Chester-le-Street Chronicle 


. 121 


Chichester Observer . 


. 121 


Chislehurst Times 


. 121 


Chorley Guardian 


. 121 


Weekly News 


. 121 


Church Stretton Advertiser 


.122 


Citizen (Gloucester) . 


. 133 


(Letchworth) 


. 145 


(Nottingham) 


. 167 


City of Ely Standard . 


. 130 


Clacton Graphic . 


. 122 


Times .... 


. 122 



Cleckheaton Advertiser , . 122 

Guardian .... 122 

Clevedon Mail (Bristol) . . lis 

Mercury .... 122 

Cleveland Standard (Redcar) . 164 
Clifton Chronicle .... 115 

Free Press .... 116 

Ciltheroe Advertiser . . .122 
Coalville Times .... 122 
Cockermouth Free Press . . 122 
Colchester Gazette . . .123 
ColeshiliCaironicle . , .123 
Colne Times , , , ,123 

Valley Guardian (S'waite) , 171 

ColwjTi Bay Weekly News , . 123 
Congleton Chronicle , . .123 

Guardian . . , .123 

Times 148 

Consett Chronicle . . . .123 

Guardian .... 123 

Oo-Operative News (Manchester) 160 
Cornish Echo (Falmouth) . . 131 

Guardian (Bodmin) . . 110 

Post (Camborne) . . . 117 

Post (Launceston) . . 143 

Times (Llskeard) . . 146 

Comishman (Penzance) . .160 
Coiiiublan (Redruth) . . . 165 
Cotton Factory Times (Ashton) . 103 
Coulsdon Record . . . .124 
County Echo (Fishguard) . . 132 
— - Herald (Holywell) . .138 

Express (Oradley Heath) . 124 

(Dudley). . . .128 

(Stourbridge) . . 174 

Advertiser (Brierlev Hill) . 113 

Herald (Brierlcy Hill) . . 113 

of Middlesex lndet>endent 

(Brentford) . . . .112 

Press (Newport I.O.W.) , 165 

Coventry Herald . , . 124 

Standard . . , .124 

Craven Herald (Skipton) , . 171 
Crayford Chronicle . . .124 
Crediton Chronicle . . ,124 
Crewe Chronicle . . , ,124 

Guardian . . . .124 

Observer . . . .124 

Cromer Post . . . .124 

PresB 124 

Crowborough Weekly . . .126 
Crowle Advertiser . . . 125 
Croydon Advertiser . . .126 
Times 125 



INDEX TO BRITISH NEWSPAPERS. 



PAOI 
Cumberland Catholic Nown 

(CarUalo) 1)9 

EvealngNews • • • U» 

New» 110 



Dally Dispatch (Manchester) . 150 

Mall (Hull) . . . .ISO 

Western Times . . .181 

DiiUonNow8 . . . .126 

Guardian . . . .126 

Parian (AlH^rdaro) . . .101 
Darlington Timoa , . , 125 
Dartforil Chronicle . . . 126 
Dartmouth Chronicle , . . 12.') 

Guardian .... 125 

Darwen Adverffser . . . 126 

News 126 

Daventry Bxprosa . . .120 
Dawlisb Gazette . . . .126 
Deal Mercury . . . .128 

Paper 126 

Dean Forest Guardian (Colef«rd) 123 
' . 122 
. 126 
. 186 
. 126 
. 126 
. 126 
. 126 
. 126 
. 121 
. 121 
, 165 
. 129 
. 127 
. 131 
. 177 
. 117 
. 127 
. 119 
. 127 
, 127 
, 127 
, 127 
. 127 
127 
128 

128 
182 
128 
128 
128 
128 
128 
128 
128 
101 
128 
128 
104 
128 
128 
128 
129 



Mercury (Cindorford) 

Donblghshiro Free Press 

Advertiser (Wrexham) 

Derby Daily Telegraph 

Bxprcs.s 

Mercury 

Reporter . 

Derbyshire Advertiser (Derby) 

Courier (Chesterlleld) 

Times (Chesterfield) 

Worker (Ripley) 

Dereham Times . 
Dvvizes Advertiser 
Devon Dally Gazette (Bxctor) 

and Somerset News 

Dcwabury District News 
- — - Reporter 
Dinesydd Cynirelg (Carnarvon) 
Diss Exprees . 

Jom-nai . 

Doncaster Advertiser . 

Chronicle 

Gazette . 

Dorchester Mail . 
Dorking Adveriiscr 
Dorset County Chronicle (Dor- 
chentcr) . 

Daily Echo (Weymouth) 

Dover Chronicle 

Express . 

Standard 

Telegraph 

Downham Market Gazette. 
Driffield Times . 
Droitwich rruurdian 
l>royl3deu Herald 
Dudley iler,-iM 

Chronicle 

Dukiutield Herald 
Dunstable Borough Gazette 
Durham Advertiser 

Chronicle 

Dutslcy Gazette . 



Earlcstown Examiner. . . 129 

Guardian . . . .129 

Easlngwold Advertiser . . 129 
East Anglian Dally Times (Ips- 
wich) 141 

Cheshire Observer . . . 149 

• — - Devon News . . .120 

Essex Advertiser (Clacton) . 122 

Grinstesd Observer . . 129 

Kent Gazette(Sittlngboume) 171 

Times (Karasgatc) .164 

Hiding Kecorder . . 140 

Suffolk Gazette (Bcccles) .106 

Susse-x News (Lewes) . .145 

Eastbourne Chronicle . . . 129 

• Gazette . . . ..129 

Eastern Counties Times (Ilford) 140 

Dally Press (Norwich). .157 

Evening News (Norwich) .157 

Footlmll News (Norwich) . 157 

Moniing News (Hull) . . 139 

Eastleigh Weekly News . . 129 
Eastwood Advertiser . . .129 
I'ibbw Vale Argus , . , 129 
Eeclcs and Patricroft Journal ■ 129 

Telegraph . . . .129 

Ecklngton Express (Woodhouse) 185 
Edenbridge Clu'onicie . . , 129 

Ellaud Echo 129 

Ellesmere Herald . . . .130 

Fort Advertiser . . . 130 

K:th.im Times . . . 130 

Ely Weekly Guardian . . . 130 
Empire News (Manchester) . 15(f 
Entleld Gazette . . , .130 

W. Herald . . . . iso 

Epsom Advertiser . . 130 



49 



PAOI 
Epsom Herald . . , .130 

Times 130 

EpworthBeli 130 

Erith Observer .... 1,30 
Essex Co. Chronicle (Chelmsford)l20 

Guardian (Ilford) . . 140 

ana Halatcad Times . . 134 

IIcraId(Chelni»ford) . . 120 

Newsman (Clielmsford) . 120 

and Suffolk News (Col- 
chester) . . . .123 

Standard (Colchoator) . . 123 

Telegraph (Colchester). . 123 

Times (Romford) . . .166 

Weekly News (Chelmsford). 120 

Evening Argus (Brighton) . . 114 

(Hastings) . . .135 

Dispatch (Birmingham) . 109 

News (Portsmouth) . . 162 

Buff (Bolton) . . Ill 

North Wilts Herald (Swindon),176 

Star (Ipswich) . . .141 

Tidings (Penzance) . . 160 

Evesham Journal . . .130 

Standard . . . . 130 

Exmouth Chronicle . . .131 

Journal lai 

Express and Echo (Exeter) . . Isl 
Express and Star (Wolverhamp- 
ton) 186 



Fakenham Post . . . .157 
Parlngdon Advertiser . . .131 
Farnham Herald . . . .131 
Fiirnworth Journal & Observer . 131 
Faversham Mercury . . .132 

News 132 

Fleetwood Chronicle . , .132 

Express 132 

Flintshire Observer (Holywell) . 138 
Folkestone Express . . .132 

Herald 132 

Football Argus (Newport, Mon.) 155 
(Bradford) . . .112 

Echo (Northampton) . 166 

(Southampton) . . 172 

(Sunderland) . .174 

Express (Exeter) . . .131 

(Liverpool) . . . MG 

(Weymouth) . . . 182 

Gazette (S. .Shields) . .170 

Herald (Plymouth) . . 161 

(Bath) . . . .106 

Mali (Hartlepool) . . 135 

(Portsmouth) . . 162 

News (Nottingham) . .167 

Post „ , . 1,57 

(Newport) . . .165 

(Swansea) . . . 175 

Telegraph (Kettering) . 141 

Forest Gate Express . . . 132 
Formby Times (Southport) .172 
Framlingham Weekly News . 132 
Free Press (W. Brom.) . . 1S2 

„ (Pontypool) . . 161 
Frintou Graphic .... 132 

News ... .132 

Times 132 



Oaraton and Woolton News . 133 
Glamorgan Advertiser (Jlaesteg) 149 

Free Press ( l>ontyprldd) . 162 

Gazette (Bridgend) . . 113 

Times (Pontyi)ridd) . . 162 

Gioasop-Dale Chronlclo(Glossop) 133 
Gloucester Chronicle . . 133 

Echo (Cheltenham) . . 120 

Journal .... 133 

Goole Times 133 

Journal .... 133 

Gorton Reporter . , . .133 
Grange News . . , ,133 
— - Guardian .... 133 
Grantham Journal . , .133 
Graveseud Reporter . . .133 
Grays Gazette . . . .134 
Grimsby Dally Telograi)h . . 134 
— News 184 

Gwyiiedydd Newydd (Blaenau 
Festlniog) . . . .110 



ilalcsworth Times 
Hall(.ix Courier . 

Evening Courier 

Halstcad Gazette . 



. 134 
. 134 
. 134 
. 134 



PAdl 

Haltwhistle Boho . . .134 

Herald (Heiham) . . 137 

HampahlroAdver.(Southampton) 172 

Chronicle (Winchester) .184 

County Times . , ,162 

Herald (Alton) . . .104 

Independent (Southampton) 172 

Observer (Winchester). .184 

Telegraph (Portsmouth) . 162 

Handsworth Chronicle . . 135 

Herald .... 135 

H an ts& Berks Oaz, (Basingstoke) 106 
& Sussex Co. Press (Ems- 
worth) . . . . .180 

& Sussex New8(Peter8fleld) 161 

Ilanwoll Gazette . . . .136 
Harrogate Advertiser . . .136 

Herald 135 

Harrow Observer , . .135 
Harwich Newsman . . .135 

Standard . . . .135 

Hasllngdcn Gazette . . .136 

Guardian . . . .136 

Hastings Observer . . .136 
Itcanor Observer . . . .136 
Hebden Bridge News . . .136 

Tunes . . . .136 

Heokmondwlke Reporter . . 136 

Herald 136 

News 136 

Hednesford Advertiser . .136 

Courier 136 

Hendon Times . . . .136 
Henley Chronicle . . . .136 

Standard . . . .136 

Herald Cymraeg( Carnarvon) . 119 

• of Wales (Swansea) . . 176 

Hereford Journal . . . ,137 

Mercury . . , ,137 

Times 137 

Heme Bay Press . . . ,137 
Herts Advertlser(St. Albans) . 167 

Observer (Bishops Stortford) 109 

Reporter (Royston) . . lea 

Hertfordshire Express (Hitchin) 137 

Homel Hempstead Gazette 136 

Mercury (Hertford) . . 137 

News (St. Albans) . . 167 

Record 137 

Hexham Courant . . . .137 



Herald 

Weekly News 

Heywood Advertiser 

News 



, 137 

, 137 

137 

137 



High Peak Adverti8er(N.MIlls). 165 

News (Buxton) . . 117 

Chronicle (Buxton) .117 

Reporter (New Mills) . 156 

Hinckley Echo . . . .137 

Observer . . . .137 

Times 137 

Holmflrth Express . . .133 
Holsworthy News . , . I3s 

Holt Post 138 

Holyhead Chronicle . . .138 

Mall 138 

Observer . . . .133 

Honley Express . . . ' , 133 
Horbury Observer . . .133 
Horiieid Record . . , .115 
Horley Advertiser . . .133 
Horncastle News .... 133 
Hornsea Guardian. . . . 133 
Horsham Times .... 133 
Hi)vo Gazette .... 138 
Howdenshire Gazette (Goole) . 133 

Chronicle (PocIUlngton) . 161 

lloylake Advertiser . . .139 
Hucknall Dispatch . . .139 
Uuddersfleld Daily Examiner . 139 

Examiner . . . .139 

Worker . . . .139 

Hull Catholic Herald . . .139 

Dally News . . . ,139 

News 139 

and East Yorks. Times. . 139 

and Lincoln Times . . 139 

Huntingdon Post. . . .110 

Hnnts County Newa(Uuntlngdon)140 
Hyde Reporter . , . . uo 
Uythe Advertiser , . 140 
Reporter .... 140 



Ilford Recorder . 

Guardian 

Ilfracombe Chronicle 
Ilkeston Advertiser 

Pioneer . 

Ilkley Free Press . 



. 140 

. 140 
. 140 
. 140 
. 14U 
.140 



PAOB 
Illustrated Chroniele(Ifewcas(le) 154 
Irlam A Cadiihead Telegraph . 141 
Isle of Ely Advertiser (Wisbech) 184 
Isle of Thsnet Gazette . . 161 
Isle of Wight Advertiacr(Ventnor)l70 

Chronicle (Bandown) . 168 

Guardian (Shanklin) . 160 

Herald (Cowes) . . 124 

Mercury (Ventnor) .179 

Observer (Ryde) . . 1«7 

Times (Ryde) . . 167 



Jonrnal of Commerce (Liverpool) 146 



Koighley News . 


. 141 


Kenilworth Advertiser 


. 141 


Kent Argus ( Ramsgaie) 


. 164 


Messenger (Ashford) . 


. 103 


(Gravesend) 

— (Sevenoaks) . 

Herald (Canterbury) 


. 134 


. 169 


. lis 


Messenger (Maidstone) 


. 149 


andSu8scxPo8t(Hawkhnr* 


tll.SH 


Courler(T'nbr'ilgeW'll8)17» 


Kentish Gazette (Canterbury) 


. 118 


Express (Ashford) 


. 103 


Observer (Canterbury) 


. 118 


Kettering Guardian . 


. 141 


— Leader .... 


. 141 


Kidderminster Shuttle 


. 14t 


Times .... 


. I4i; 


Kingsbrldgo Gazette . 


. 142 


Guardian 


. 142 


Kington Times (Leominster) 


. 145 


Knaresborough Post . 


. 142 


Kuutsford Advertiser . 


. 142 


Guardian 


. 142 



Labour Leader (Manchester) 
Pioneer (Dewsbury) 



Lakes Herald (Ambleside) 
Lake's Falmouth Packet 
Lancaster Guardian . 

Observer . , 

Lancashire Daily Post (Preston). 163 



160 
127 
102 
131 
142 
142 



Liingport Herald . . . '. I43 

Launcestou Weekly News . .143 

Leamington Chronicle. . . 143 

■ Spa Courier . . , .143 

Morning News . . 143 

Ledbury Reporter . . .143 

Leeds Catholic Herald . . 143 

^—Mercury . . . .143 

Leek Post 144 

Leek Times 144 

Leicester Advertiser . . .144 

Catholic News . . .144 

^^ Chronicle . . . .144 

Daily Mercury . . .144 

Mail 144 

Leigh Chronicle . . . .145 

Journal . . . .145 

Lelghton Buzzard Observer . 145 

Leominster News .... 145 

Leyland and Farlngton Weekly 

News (Chorlcy) . . . 121 

Lichfield Mercury . , ,146 

Pioneer .... 180 

Lincoln Gazette .... 146 

Leader 145 

• and Stamford Mercury . 173 

LiucolnshlreChronicle(Lincoln) 145 
... ,., j^j 

173 

111 

. 113 

, 146 

146 

, 148 

146 

146 

146 

146 

146 

, 146 

146 

, 147 

. 147 

147 

, 147 

, 147 

, 147 

, 147 

, 147 



Echo (Lincoln) 

Free Press (Spalding) 

Standard (Boston) 

Star (Brigg) . 

LIttlehampton Gazette 

Observer 

Llttleport Gazette 
Liverpool Catholic Herald 

Dally Courier 

Echo . 

Post and Mercury 

Evening Express . 

Weekly Post 

Football Echo 

Llandudno Advertiser . 

News 

Llanelly Argus . 

Guardian 

Mercury 

Star 



Llanfairfechau Weekly News 
Llanijglleu Chronicle , . 



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THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



I.lanrw8t News . . 
Long Katon Advertiser 
Loughborough Echo 

Monitor . 

Loughton Advertiser 
Louth Advertiser . 
Lowestoft Journal 

Press 

Ludlow Advertiser 
Luton News . 

Reporter 

Lydney Observer . 
Lyme Regis Mirror 
bymlngton Chronicle 
Lyuu Advertiser . 

News 

Lytham Times . 
Standard . 



PAliE 

. 147 

. H7 
. 147 
. 148 
, 148 
. 148 
. 148 
. 148 
. 148 
. 148 
. 148 
. 148 
. 148 
. 148 
. ua 
. 142 
. 148 
. 148 



Macclesfleld Courier . . . 149 

Advertiser . , , . 149 

Titties 149 

Maidenhead Advertiser . , 149 

Chronicle . . . .149 

Maldon Express .... 149 
Maltou Messenger . . . 149 
Malvern Gazette . . . .149 

News IJB 

Manchester Catholic Herald . 160 

City News . . . .150 

Evening Chronicle . . 150 

News .... 160 

Football News . . .150 

Guardian . . . 150 

South District Advertiser . 151 

— Weekly Times . . .161 
MansHcld Advertiser . . .161 
Clirunlcle . . , .161 

■ Reporter . . . ,161 

Market-Harborough Advertiser. 151 

— Rascu Mall . . . .161 
Mashamshire Si.andard , . 166 
Matlock Visitor . . . .162 
Mechanical World (Manchester) 161 



Melton Mowbray Journal 
— Times . 



Merioneth News (Dolgelly) 
Merthyr Express . 
Mexborough Times 
Mid Cumb'land H'ld (Penrith) 

Devon Times (Newton Abbot)156 

Advertiser . , . 166 

Sussex Times (Haywards 

Heath) 136 

Wales Independent (Llan- 

drindod Wells) . . . .147 
Midday Sporting Special (Leeds) 143 
Middlesbrough Standard . . 164 
Middlesex Advertiser (Uxbrldge) 179 

Chronicle ( Honnslow) . .138 

MIddletou Guardian . . . 158 

Standard . . . .163 

Midhurst Times . . . .153 

Midland Advertlser(Wednesbury)181 

Chronicle ( W. Brom. ) . *. 182 

Co.ExpreBS( Wolverhampton) 185 

Co. Herald (Birmingham) .109 

Counties Tribune (Nun- 
eaton) . . . .168 

Dally Telegraph (Coventry) 124 

Tiibnne (Nuneaton) .168 

Matl (Market Harborougb) . 161 

SiwrtlngGaz. (Nottingham) 167 

Mildenhall Post 
Mlllom Gazette 
— ^ News 

Minchcad Advertiser 
Mirlield Herald . 

Reporter 

MItcham Advertiser 
Herald . 



153 

, 158 

. 153 

, 153 

, 163 

, 163 

153 

, 153 

MonmouthshlrcBeacon(Monm'th) 163 

155 

165 

165 



Evening Post (Newport) 

Guardian (Rhymney) . 

Weekly Post (Newport) . 

Montgomery Co. Times (Welsh- 
pool) . 

Express (Newtown) 

Morecanibe Guardian . 

lime* . 

Vlsltiir . . . 

Morley News 

Observer 

Morning Argus (Brighton) '. 
— ^ — (Hastings) 





PAliK 


Morpeth Herald . 


. 163 


Mossloy Herald . 
Reporter 


. 163 
. 153 


Mumbles Weekly Press 


. . 176 



Nantwich Chronicle 
Guardian 



NarlKrth News .... 164 
Naval and Military Record (Ply- 
mouth) , . . . . 161 
Nelson Leader . . . .154 
New Forest Chronicle . . 148 

Newark Advertiser , . . 154 

Herald 154 

Newbury Weekly News . , 154 

Chronicle .... 164 

Newcastlo-on-Tyne Dally 

Chronicle . . .154 

Daily Journal , , .154 

Evening Chronicle . . 154 

Weekly Chronicle . .154 

Newmarket Journal . . . 155 

Sporting News . . . 165 

Newport (Salop) Advertiser . 155 
Newquay Express . . . .165 
News in a Nutshell (Pern. Dock) UiO 
Newton Abbot Guanliau . 15(5 

Norfolk Chronicle(Norwich) . 167 

News (Norwich) . . . 157 

North lieds Courier . . .108 

Berks Herald (Abingdon) . 101 

Bucks Times (Fenny Str'tfd)I32 

Cheshire Herald (Hydo) . 140 

— Derliyshire Advertiser 

((ilossop) . . . .133 

— Devon Herald (Barnstaple) 105 

Journal (Barnstaple) . 106 

North-East Kent Times (Sltting- 

Iwurne) 171 

North Eastern Gaz.(Middlesbro") l,'i2 

■ Leeds News .... 143 

Mall (Newcastle) . . .164 

Riding News (N'lhallerton) 166 

Somerset Gazette (Bristol) . 115 

Star (Darlington) . . 126 

Wales Chronicle (Bangor) .104 

Guardian (Wrexham) . 186 

Observer (Carnarvon) . 119 

Pioneer (Colwyn Bay) . 123 

— - Times (Denbigh) . 126 

Weekly News (Conway) 123 

Walshara Post . . . 157 

Western Daily Mail (Barrow)105 

Wilts. Herald (Swindon) .175 

Northampton Chronicle . . 156 

Echo ; 168 

Herald 166 

Independent .... 166 

Mercury . . . .166 

Northamptonshire Evening 

Telegraph . . . .141 

Gazette (Kettering) . . 141 

Northern DailyMail (Hartlepool) 136 
Evening Despatch (Darling- 
ton) 125 

Eclio (Darlington) . .126 

Telegraph (Blackburn) .110. 

W'kly(7azctto(Mlddlosboro)162 

Northwlch Chronicle . . .166 

Guardian . . . .160 

Norwich Mercury . . . .157 
Nottingham Catholic News . 157 

Jounial 168 

Guardian .... 168 

Evening News . . . 158 

Post . . . .168 

Weekly Guardian . . 158 

Express . . . .168 

and Bulwell Local News . 167 

Notts Free Press (Sutton in 

Ashlleld) . . . .176 
Nuneaton Advertiser . . .166 

Chronicle . . . .168 

Observer . , , , 168 



Cikham Joumal .... 1.68 
Oldham Catholic Herald . . 16a 
— — Chronicle . . . .159 

Daily Standard . . . 159 

Evening Clironicle . . 169 

Standard .... 1.51) 

Ormsklrk Advertiser . . .159 
Ossett Observer . . , .1^9 
Oswestry Advertlzer . . . ]6i) 
Oxford Chronicle . . . .169 

— — Journal i;,;( 

Times •-..*. IV) 

University Gazette . .' liiu 



Oxfordshire Weekly 
(Chipping Norton) 



PAGE 

News 
, 121 



Paignton Observer . , .160 

Western Guardian . . 160 

Palmer's News (Martock) . . 162 
Patcley Bridge Herald . . 160 
Pembroke Co. Guardian (Haver- 
fordwest) . , . 136 

(Pembroke Dock) . . 160 

Dock Journal . . .160 

Herald (Haverfordwest) .136 

Telegraph ( Haverfordwest) 136 

Times 160 

Penarth Times . . . .160 
Penistone Express (Hojiand) . 139 
Penkndge Courier . . . 118 
Penmaeuniawr Weekly News . 160 
Penrith Observer. . . . 160 
Penryn Advertiser . . . 160 
People's Journal (Manchester) . 161 

(Norwich) . . .167 

Peterborough Advertiser . . 160 

Citizen .... 161 

Standard . . . .101 

Pioneer (Leicester) . . . 146 

(Merthyr) . . . .152 

Pontefract Express . . .161 

■ Business Guide . . .161 

Pontypool Weekly Argus . . 101 
Pontyjirldd Observer . . . I02 
Poole Herald .... 102 

Guardian .... 102 

Porth Gazette .... Iii2 
Porthcawl News .... 162 
Portishead Gazette (Bristol) . 116 
Portland Telegram . . . 162 
Portmadoe Observer . . . 162 
Port.--raouth Times . . .163 
Post Tissue (Nottingham) . . 158 
Prescot Reporter . . . 163 

Prestatyn Weekly . . .163 
Preston Guardian , . .163 

Herald . . . .163 

Pudsey Advertiser (Stanningloy) 173 

News 163 

Pulman's News (Yeovil) . . 187 
Pwllheli Observer . . . .163 



Queenborough Guardian 



Radcliffe Guardian . . .163 

— - Times 163 

Radnor Express (Brecon) . . 112 
Ramsbottom Obaerver . .164 
Rawmarsh Advertiser . . 152 
Rawtenstall Times . . .164 
Reading Mercury . . . .164 

Observer . . . .164 

St.indard . . . .164 

Iteddltch Indicator . . .164 
Reporter (Salford) . . .108 
Retford Herald . . . .166 

News 132 

Times 166 

r>hondda FachGaz. (Pontypridd) 162 

Gazette (Pontypridd) . . 162 

Rhos Herald (Ruabon) . . 160 
Rhyl Journal . . .166 

■ News 166 

Rhymney Argus . . .166 

Richmond Division Gazette . 160 
HingwooQ Chronicle . . .165 
Ripley News . . . .166 

Ripou Chronicle . , . .166 

Gazette 165 

Observer . . , .165 

Rochdale Observer . . . 165 

Times 166 

Rochester Journal . . .166 
Romford Recorder . . . 166 

Times 166 

Romsey Advertiser . . , 166 

Ro.-^s Gazette 166 

Rossendalc Advertiser . . 164 

Echo ( Bacup) . . .104 

Free Press (Rawtenstall) . 104 

Rotherliam Advertiser. . .160 

Express 100 

Rothwell Courier . . . 166 
Royal Cornwall Gazette . . 178 
Rugby Advertiser , . .166 

Observer .... 166 

Rugeley Mercury. . . .167 

— Piuneer . . . .180 

Ruislip-Northwood Courier. . 157 

Runcorn Examiner . . .107 

Guardian . . . .167 

Weekly News . . . 107 

Rushdeu Argus . . . . 1 67 
Echo 167 



PACK 

Saddleworth Standard . .163 
St. Annes Express . . .167 

Helens Examiner . . .167 

St. Helens Catholic Herald . . 167 

■ Newspaper . . .167 

Reporter . . - 167 

Ives Times . . . .167 

Leonards Chronicle . . 1;^6 

Mary Cray Times . . 168 

Neots Advertiser . . .168 

Salcombc Gazette. . . . 16S 
Sale and Stretford Guardian . 16S 
Salisbury Journal . . .108 

Times 168 

Saltash Gazette . . . .168 
Sandbach Advertiser . , .168 

Guardian . . . .168 

Sandiacre News .... 147 
Sandwich Advertlsei* . . .168 
S.aturday Telegraph (Grimsby) . 134 
Scarborough Evening News " . 169 

Mercury .... 169 

Scunthorpe Star . . .169 

'i;jme8 169 

Seaham Weekly News . . .169 
Sclby Express . . . . 16» 

Times 169 

Scrcii Cynini (Caruiartlien). . 119 
Scvenoaks Chronicle . . . 169 
Slieerness Guardian . . .169 
Slieffleld Catholic Herald . . 109 

Daily Independent . .189 

Telegraph . . . 169 

Mail 170 

Weekly News . . ,170 

Shepton Mallet Journal . .170 
Shields Daily Gazette . . .170 

Dally News . . . .170 

Shipley Times . . , .170 
Shrewsbury Chronicle . . .-170 

Advcrttsor . . . .170 

Sidcup Times . . . .170 
SIdmouth Herald . . . 171 

Observer . . . .171 

Skegnass News . . . .171 
Skyrack Courier (Leeds) . .143 
SIcaford Gazette . , . .171 

Journal . , , ,171 

Slough Chronicle . . . .171 

„ Observer . . . .171 

Smcthwick News . . . .171 

Telephone . . . .171 

Sohara Advertiser , , .171 
Somerset Co. Express (Taunton). 176 

Gazette (Taunton) .176 

Herald (Taunton) .170 

Guardian (Radstock) . .163 

Journal (Frome) . . . 132 

Standard (Frome). , .132 

South Bank Express (Redcar) . 164 

Bi ent Guardian . . .172 

Biistcd Free Press . . 116 

Devon Express (Chudlcigh) 122 

Gazette (Kiugsbridge) . 142 

EasteruGazettc( Maidstone) 149 

El msall Express . . .172 

Elnisall Times . . . 172 

GloucesterChronicle (Thorn- 
bury) 177 

Gazette . . . 115 

Molton Gazette . . .172 

Notts Echo .... 158 

Statfordshire Times . . 108 

Wales Argus (Newport) .166 

Daily News (Cardiff) . 118 

Echo (Cardiff) . .118 

Evening Express (Car- 
diff) . . . .118 

Football Express (Car- 

ditf) . . . .118 

Football Echo (Cardiff) 118 

Gazette (Abertlllery) . 101 

Journal of Commerce 

(Cardiff) . . .113 

Post (Swansea) . . 175 

Press (Llanolly) . .147 

— Weekly Post (Swansea) 175 

Weekly Argus (New- 
port) 166 

West Suffolk Echo (Haver- 
hill) 136 

Southall-Norwood Gazette . . 171 
Southampton Times . 
Southend Observer 

Standard 

Telegraph 

.Southern Echo (Southampton) 

Guardian (Bournemouih) 

Times (Weymouth) 

Weekly News (Brighton) 

Southport (Tuardlan , 
— ^Journal. . . , 

Visiter .... 

Sowerbj Bridge Times 



172 
172 
172 
172 
112 
182 
114 
172 
172 
172 
17d 



INDEX TO BRITISH NEWSPAPERS. 



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PAOK 

Spalding Guardian . . .173 
SiiorlH Argus (BIrininghBm) .109 

Kcli<)(l,cc.l») . .143 

(iazeiuMMIilillosbrougUl . 152 

Mail (Hull) . . . . I3« 

.Mall(l.cloMter) . .114 

Mercury H6 

Now«(UrUtol) . .115 

Post 143 

Siwclal (Sheffield) . .170 

Tlraea (Briatol) . . .115 

Sporting Ohroulele (Manchester) l&l 

Mall (PorUmouth) . . 162 

Mhu (Nowt'astle) . . . 154 

News (Swansea) . . . 175 

I'iuk (I.oo(l8) . . . .143 

Slur (Wiplvcrhamiiton) . is.i 

StafliirdshlrcAdvertlstri Stafford 1173 

Chroulcic (Stafford) . . 173 

New» 173 

Sentinel (Stoke-on-Trent) . 174 

Weekly Sentinel . . .174 

SUIybrldge Herald . .173 

Reporter 173 

SUndard . . . .173 

Stamford News . . . .173 
Stanley Ne»s .173 

Stockport Advertiser . . .174 

K-vpre.-^s . . . .174 

Stockton Herald . . . .174 
Stowmarket Coiu-lor . . . !74 
8trat(ord-on-Avon Herald . . 174 

. Stretford Tclegrapli . . . 1«S 

Division Advertiser . . 108 

Stroud Journal . . . .174 

News 174 

Sudl>ury Post . . . .174 
Suffolk Chronlcle(Ipswlch). . 141 

Krec Press (Sudbury) . . 174 

Sea Const Times . . .148 

Sunday Chivmlclc (Manchester) . 151 

-Mercury ( Birmingham) . 109 

Sun 165 

Sunderland Daily Echo . . 175 
Surliiton Times .... 142 
Surrey Advertiser (Guildford) . 134 

and Hants News(Farnham). 131 

Comet (Kingston) . .142 

County Herald (Sutton) . 175 

Herald (Ciicrtsey). . . 120 

Mirror (llcdhill) . . .165 

Times ((Juil(iford) . . 184 

Weekly Press (Guildford) . 134 

Sussex (;ouuty Herald (Lewes). 145 

Courier (Crawley) . . 144 

Dally News (Brighton) . 114 

Express (Lewes) . . .145 

Sutton Advertiser . . .175 

Herald 175 

Sutton Coidflcld News . .109 

Swnnagc Guardian . . . 175 

Times 175 

Swanley Times . . . .175 
Swanscombo Chronicle. . . 150 
Swansea Shipi)ing Hegister . 175 
Swindon Advertiser . . .176 

Evening Advertiser . . 176 

Swinton Telegraph . . .176 
Journal 170 



Tadcastcr News . . . .176 
Tamworth Herald . . . 176 

Mercury . . . .176 

Taunton Courier . . . .176 

Echo 176 

Mall 176 

Tavistock Gazette . . .176 

Times 176 

Tces-sldo Catholic News . . 152 

Weekly Herald (M'boro) . 152 

TccsdaleMcrcury(BamardCa«tle) 105 
Teignmouth Gazette . . .176 

Post 176 

Teubury Wells Advertiser . .176 

Mail . . . .145 

Tenby Observer . . . .177 

News 177 

Tewkesbury Weekly Kccord . 177 

Hegister . . . .177 

Textile Mercury (Manchester) . 151 
Thame Gazette .... 177 
Thanct Advertl»er(Ramsgatc) . 164 
Thetford Times . . . .177 
Thirsk Guardian . . . .156 

News 177 

Thomson's Weekly News . . 151 
Thornbury Gazette . . . 177 
Thrapston Journal . . .177 
Three Shires Advr. (Yeovil) .187 
Tipton Heralri . . . .177 
Tiverton Gazette . . . . 177 
Todmordon Advertiser . . 178 
-^ News 177 



PAG I 

Tonbrldso Free rrcM , . .178 

Torbay Exprei* . . . .178 

News 178 

Torquay Directory . . .178 

Times 178 

Totnes Times . . . .178 

Town Crier ( Birmingham) . . IW) 

Tredegar Weekly Argus . . 178 

Tuesday Express (Ashford) . . 103 

Tunbrldge Wells Advertiser .179 

Tyldosley Chronicle . . .179 
Tyncslde Catholic News 

(Newcastle). . . .166 



Udgorni Pwllheli) . . .163 
l7lverston Guardian . . .170 

News 179 

Upton on Severn News . . 179 
Ottoxeter Advertiser . . .179 



Vnic of Clwyd Weekly News . 121 
Vale of (^oiiivay Weekly News . 121 
Visitor (Eastbourne) . . . 129 



Wakctlcld Advertiser . . .179 

Express .... IHO 

Walkden Telegraph . . . 180 
Wallasey Chronicle . . .180 

News 180 

Wallington Advertiser . . 180 

Herald ... , . 180 

Times 180 

Walsall Observer .... 180 

Pioneer . ... 180 

Waltham Telegraph . . . 18(i 
Walton Gazette . . . .180 

News 180 

Times (Bootle) . . .111 

Times ISO 

Ward Davlcs's Free Press 

(Pembroke) . . .160 
Warminster Journal . . . 18:» 
Warrington Examiner . . 181 

Guardian . . , .181 

Warwick Advertiser . . .181 
Waterfoot Times . . . .181 
Waterloo Herald . . . 18l 

Times (Bootle) . . .Ill 

Wearside Catholic News . . 176 
Wednesbury Borough News. . 181 
Weekly Citizen (Leeds) . . 143 

Courier (Liverpool) , . 147 

Herald (Epworth) . .130 

Mall (Cardiff) . . .us 

News (Oldbury) . . . isj 

Wellingborough News . , 181 

Post 181 

Wellington Express (Somerset) . 181 

Journal igi 

Weekly News . . .181 

Wells Journal . . . .183 
Welsh Catholic Herald (Cardiff) 118 

Gazette (Abcrystwith). . lul 

Wel8hman(Carmarthen) . . 119 
West Bridgeford Advertiser 

(Nottingham) 158 

Briton (Truro) . .178 

Bromwich Weekly News .182 

Cumberland News 

(Whitehaven) . . . 183 

Cumberland Times . . 122 

Essex Gazette (Epping) . 130 

Herts Observer . , .181 

Post . . • .181 

Kent Advertiser (Dartford). 126 

Times ( Bromley) . . 116 

Lanes. Coast Chronicle 

(Formby) . . . .132 

Middlesex Times (Staines) . 173 

Somerset F. Press . . 184 

SussexCo. Times (Horsham; 138 

G.izctte (Arundel) .103 

Yorkshire Pioneer (Skipton) 171 

Westcrham Herald . . . 182 
Western Chronicle (Yeovil). . ig; 

Echo (St. Ives) . . .168 

Evening Herald (Plymouth) 161 

Gazette (Yeovil). , . jgr 

Guardian (Totnes) . . ns 

Independent (Dcvonport) . 127 

Mail (Cardiff) . . , ng 

Morning News (Plymouth)'. 161 



Western Observer (Tlvarton) 
Telegraph (IJrlnHt^Jn) 

— \\'fekly News (Plymouth) 
Westmorland G azette ( Eendal ) 
Weston Mercury . 

Buper-MareQazotto 

Wctherby News . 
Weymouth Standard . 
— - Telegram 
Wharfedale Observer (Otiey) . 169 
What's lioinKdlirniingliam) . 109 
Whitby Gazette . . . .183 
Whitchurch Herald . . .183 
WUltohaven Advertiser . . 183 

News li-3 

Whitley Seaside Chronicle . .183 

BayOljserver . . .183 

Whitstable Times . . .183 

Whittlesoa Reporter . . .183 
WIdnes Chronicle . . . .183 

Examiner . . . .183 

Guardian . . . .183 

Weekly News . . .183 

Wlgan Examiner . . . .183 

Catholic Herald . . .183 

Observer .... 184 

Wigton Advertiser . . .184 
Wilnislow Express . . . 184 
Wills and lierks Co. Paper . 162 

Gazette 127 

Standard (Cirencester) . 122 

Telegraph (Devizes) . .127 

Times (Trowbridge) . . !7» 

News (Bath) . . . .106 

Wlmlwrne Herald . . .184 
WInd.sor Chronicle . . .181 

Express .... 18* 

Wiusford Guardian . . .184 

Chronicle . . . .184 

Wisbech Constitutional Gazette . 184 

Standard . . . .184 

Witney Gazette . . . .184 
Wiveliscombo Express . . .184 
Woburn Keporter . . . 185 
Woking Herald . . . .185 
News and Mall . . .185 

Observer . . . .186 

Wokingham Chronicle . . 185 
Wolverhampton Chroulcic . .185 
Woodbridgc Reporter . . .185 
Wool Record (Bradford) . .112 
Woolwich Gazette . . .161 
Worcester Dally Times . .186 

Herald . . . .186 

Woreester8hlreAdvr.(Worce8ter) 185 
Chronicle (Worcester). .186 

Echo (Worcester) . . 186 

Standard (Worcester) . . 186 

Workington Star . . . .186 
Worksop Guardian . . .186 
Worthing Gazette . . . 186 

Herald 186 

Wottou Gazette . . . .186 
Wrexham Advertiser . . .186 
Leader 186 



Y Brython (Liverpool) - . 147 

Y Clorianydd ( Llangefni) . .147 

Y Cymro (Uolgclley) . . .127 

Y Dydd (Uolgeliey) . . .127 

Y Gencdl Cymrcig (Carnarvon). 119 

Y Llan ( Uolgeliey) . . . 127 

Y Rhedegydd (Blaenau) . .110 

Y Seren (The Star) (Bala) . . 104 

Y Tyst (Merthyr) . . .162 

Y Werln a'r Eco (Carnarvon) . 119 

Y Wyntyll (Llangefni) . . 147 
Yr Wythnos a'r Eryr . . .104 
Yarmouth Indcpeudeut , .186 

Mcicury . . . ,186 

Times 186 

Weekly Press . . .186 

Yeovil Leader . . . .187 

York Star 187 

Yorkshire Catholic Herald . 187 

Dally Obseiver( Bradford) . 112 

Early Bird (Sheffield) . .170 

Evening Post (Leeds) . . 144 

— News (Leeds) . , , 144 

Press (York). . .187 

Gazette (York) . . .187 

Herald isr 

News (York). . . .187 

Obsen-er Budget . . .112 

Post (Leeds) . . , ,144 

Sports (Bradford) . .112 

Telegraph (Shemeld) . .170 

Weekly Herald , . .187 

Post (Leeds) . . . .144 



SCOTLAND. 

PAoa 

Mwrdeen Free Press . . .189 
— CSitholic Herald . . .189 

Evening Express . . .189 

— — Gazette . . . 189 

Dally Journal . . 189 

Weekly Free Press . . 189 

Journal .... 189 

Alrdrle Advertiser . . .189 
Alloa Advertiser . . . .189 

Circular , . . .189 

Jounial 189 

Alyth Guardian . . . .190 

Gazette 190 

Annandale Observer . . . 190 

Herald (Lockerbie) . .200 

Record ( Lockerbie) . . 200 

Arbroath Guide .... 190 

Herald 190 

Ardrossau Herald . . . .190 
Argyllshire Advertiser (Loch- 
gilphead) 200 

Ayr Advertiser . . . .190 

Observer . . . .190 

Post 190 

Bailie (Glasgow) . . . .195 

Banffshire Advertiser (Buckle) . 191 

Herald (Keith) . . .198 

Journal (Banff) . . ,190 

Reporter (Portsoy) . .202 

Bfirrhead News .... 190 

Bellman (Perth) . . . .201 

Bellshill Speaker . . . .190 
Berwickshire Advertiser (Duns). 193 

News (Duns) . . . 193 

Blairgowrie Advertiser . .190 
Bo'ness Journal .... IPO 

Border Standard (Galashiels) . 195 

Border Telegraph (Galashiels) . 195 

Brechin Advertiser . . .191 

Bridge of Allan Gazette . . 191 

Bronghty Ferry Guide . . 191 

Buchan Observer (Peterhead) .202 

Bulletin (Glasgow) . . .195 

Butcman (Rothesay) . , . 202 



Caithness Courier (Thurso) . . "OS 
Callander Advertiser . , , 191 
Cambuslang Advertiser , , 191 

Pilot 191 

Campbeltown Courier . . . 191 
Carnoustie Gazette . , , 191 
Carrlck Herald (Girvau) . . 195 
Catholic Heralii (Edinburgh) . 194 
Clydebank and Renfrew Press . 191 
Clydesdale Catholic Herald 

(Greenock) . . . .197 
Coatbridge Express . . .191 

Leader 191 

County Record (Glasgow) . . 194 
Cumnock Chronicle , , . 192 



Daily Rccoril (Glasgow) 
Dalkeith Advertiser . 
Dairy Herald 
Devon Valley Tribune . 
Dufftown News 
Dumbarton Herald 
Dumfries Courier . 

Standard 

Dundee Advertiser , 

Catholic Herald . 

Courier 

Dunfermline Express . 

Journal . 

Press 

Dunoon Advertiser , 

Herald 

Observer 



. 196 
. 192 
, 192 
, 202 
, IBi 
, 192 
. 192 
, 192 
. 183 
. 193 
. 193 
. 193 
193 
193 
, 193 
, 193 
193 



Eastern Argus (Glasgow) . . 198 
Edinburgh Citizen (I'ortobcllo) 202 

Evening Dispatch . . 194 

News . . . .194 

Gazette . . . .194 

and Leith Burghs Pilot . 200 

Elgin Coiu-aut .... 194 
Eskdale Advertiser (Langholm). 199 
Evening News (Glasgow) . . 106 

Telegraph i Dundee) , . 193 

Times (Glasgow) . . , 194 



Calkirk Herald . . . .106 

Mail 196 

Farming News .... goi 
Iflfe Free Press (Kirkcaldy) .199 

Herald (Cupar) . . . 19» 

News (Cupar) . . . 192 

Flfeshlre Advertiser (Kirkcaldy) 199 

Catholii- Herald (Glasgow) . 196 

Fishing News (Aberdeen) . . 139 
Forfar Dispatch . . . .159 



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PAGE 


forUi Herald 


. 19B 


Beview . 


. 195 


IV>rre8 Qaiette 


. 195 


Fraaerbargh Advertiser 


. 195 


Herald . . . 


. 195 


Galloway Advertiser (Stranraer) 203 


Gazette(Newton Stewart) . 201 


Qlasgow Citizen , 
Herald . . . 


. 196 


. 196 




. . 196 


Star and Examiner 


. 196 


Weekly Herald . 


. 196 


News 


. 196 


Oourock Times . 


. 197 


Govan Press (Glasgow) 


. 196 


Grangemouth Advertiser . 


. 197 


Greenock Herald 


. 197 


Telegraph 


. 197 



Haddington Advertiser . .197 
— Courier . . . .197 
Hamilton Advertiser . . .197 
Uawlck Express . . . .197 

News ..... 197 

Helensburgh News . . .198 

Times 198 

Highland News (Inverness). .198 

Leader (Inverness) . . 198 

Times (Inverness) . .198 

Uuntly Express . . . .198 



Inverness CJonrler. . . .198 

Football Tlmo« . . .198 

Irvine Herald . . .198 
Times 198 



Jedburgh Gazette. . . .198 
John-o -Groat's Journal (Wick). 2U3 
Johnstone Advertiser . . .198 



Kelso Chronicle . . . , 19S 

Mall 198 

Kilmarnock Herald . . . Idu 

Standard .... 199 

Kilsyth Chronicle, . . .199 

Journal 11)9 

Kilwinning Chronicle . . .199 
Kincardine Observer (L'kirk) . li)9 
Klnross-shlreAdvertlscr(Klui-ObB)199 
Kirkcaldy Mail . . . .199 

Times 199 

Klrkcud bright Advertiser (Castle- 

Uouglas) 191 

KiiklntlUoch Gazette . . .199 

. Herald I<j9 

Kirriemuir Free Press, . .199 
Observer . . . .199 

Lanarkshire Gazette (Carluke) . 191 

Lanarkshire (llamiltou) . . 197 

Caihollc Herald (Glasgow). 190 

1 ,.,..„,....., ^ jlj,j 

. goo 
. 192 
. 200 
. 200 
. 200 
. 200 



Largs Weekly News 
Lcith Observer. . 
Lennox Herald (Dumbarton) 
Leven Advertiser . 

• Mail . . . . 

Linlithgow Gazette 
Lockerbie News . 



Maryhlll Herald . 
Uld-Lothlan Advertiser 

Journal (I'ortobello) 

Hilngavie Herald . 
Moflat News . 

Times . , . *, 

Uontroee Review . '. 

Standard 

Motherwell Times 
lliuaelburgfa News 



. ZOO 
. 203 
. 202 
. 200 
. 200 
. 200 
. 200 
. 200 
. 201 
. 201 



Nairnshire Telegraph (Nairn) .201 
NationalGuardlan (Glasgow) 199 
North British Agriculturist 

(Kdln.) .... 194 

North Star (Dingwall). . .192 
Northern Chronicle (Invemesg) ' 198 

KnsignCWIck) . . . 203 

Scot (Elgin) . . . .194 

Times (Golspie) , . 197 

Weekly (DlngwaU) . '. 192 



Oban Times . 
Orcadlan(Klrkwall) . 
Orkney Herald (Kirkwall) 

Paisley Daily Bzpreas . 
— ^ QuetUs . . . 



. 201 
. 199 
. 199 

. 201 
. 201 



FA&E 

Partlck Gazette . . . .196 
Peeblesshire Advertiser (Peebles) 201 

Standard . . . .201 

Peebles News . . . .201 

People's Journal (Aberdeen) . 189 

(Cupar) . . .192 

(Dundee) . . .193 

(Edinburgh) . . .194 

(Forfar) . . .195 

(Glasgow) . . .196 

(Inverness) . , . 198 

(Perth) . . . 202 

(Stirling) . . .202 

PerthshireAdvcrtlser(Perth) . 201 

Courier (Perth) . . . 201 

Constitutional (Perth). .201 

Pollokshaws News . . . 197 

Port Glasgow Express . . . '^02 

Post (Dundee) . . . .193 



Ross-shire Journal (Dingwall) . 192 
RosythMail . . . .193 

Rothesay Express .... 202 
Rntherglen Reformer . . .202 



St. Andrews Citizen . . .202 
Scots Law Times (Edinburgh) .194 
Scotsman (Edinburgh) . . 194 
Scots Pictorial . . . .197 
Scottish Farmer (Glasgow) . . 197 
.'ielku'k Advertiser . . .202 
Shetland News (Lerwick) . .200 

Times (Lerwick) . . .200 

Southern Press (Glasgow) . . 197 

Reporter (Selkirk) . . 202 

Steveustou News .... 202 
Stowartry Observer (Dalbeattie) 192 
Stirling Journal . . . .203 

Observer .... 203 

Sentinel . ... 203 

Stornoway Gazette . . .203 
Strathearu Herald (Crlefl ) . .191 
Strathspey Herald (Grantown) 197 
Sunday Mail (dliisgow) . . 197 
Post (Glasgow) . . .197 



Troon Times 203 

Herald 203 



Weekly Record (Glasgow) . . 197 

News (Dundee) . . 193 

Scotsman (Edinburgh) . . 194 

Supplement (Galston) . . 196 

West Fife Echo (Dunfermline) 193 

Lothian Courler(Bathgatc) 190 

Western News (Glasgow) . . 197 
Wishaw Herald . . . .203 
Press 203 



IRELAND. 



Advertiser (Drogheda) 
Anglo-Celt (Cavan) . 
Armagh Guardian 



Ballina Herald . 
Ballymeua Observer . 

Weekly Telegraph 

Ballymoney Free Press 
Banbridgo Chronicle . 
Belfast Telegraph 

News Letter 

Weekly News 

Weekly Telegraph 

Bray Herald . 



. 210 

209 

, 207 



, 207 

, 207 

207 

207 

. 208 

208 

208 

, 208 

. 20s 

. 209 



Carrlckfergus Advertiser . . 209 
Cashel Sentinel . . . .209 
Christian Advocate (Belfast) . 208 
Church of Ireland Gazette ( Dub- 
lin) ..... 210 
Clare Champion . . '212 
Clonmel Chronicle . , " oib 
Colcralnc Chronicle . . * »09 
Connacht Tribune ' oi'> 
Omnaught Telegraph (Cast'lebari 209 
Cork Constitution. . . 210 

County Eagle (Skibbereen) '. 215 

Lvening Echo . . . 210 

Kiaminer ... 210 



PAQK 

Cork Weekly Examiner . . 210 

Weekly News . . .210 

County Down Spectator (Bangor) 208 



Deny Journal . . . .213 

People 213 

Standard . , . . 213 

Weekly News . . .218 

Donegal Independent (Letter- 

kenny) 213 

Vindicator (Ballyshannon) 207 

Down Recorder .... 210 
Drogheda Argus .... 210 

Independent . . . .210 

Dromore Leader .... 210 

Timet 210 

Dublin Evening Mall . . .210 

Gazette 211 

Dundalk Democrat . . . 212 

Examiner .... 212 

Duugatmon Democrat . . 212 



East Galway Democrat . . 207 
Echo (Ennlscortby) . . .212 
Enniscorthy Guardian . . 212 
Evening lIcr.iM (Dublin) . . 211 
Telegraph (Dublin) . . 211 



Farmer's Gazette (Dublin) . . 211 
Fermanagh Herald (EnnlsklUen) 212 

News 212 

Times (EnnlsktUen) . . 212 

Freeman's Journal (Dublin) . 211 
Free Press (Wexford) . . . 216 
Frontier Sentinel (Newry) . . 214 



Gaelic Athlete (Dublin) 
Galway Express . 

Leader . 

Observer 

Pilot . . . . 

General Advertiser (Dublin) 



. 211 
. 212 
. 212 
. 212 
. 212 
. 211 



Impartial Beporter (EnnlsklUen) 212 
Ireland's Saturday Night (Belfast) 208 
Irish Catholic . . . .211 

Herald .... 211 

Dally Telegraph (Belfast) . 208 

Field 211 

Independent . . . .211 

Law Times . . , .211 

News (Belfast) . . .208 

^ Times 211 

Weekly (Belfast) . . ,208 

Independent (Dublin) . 211 



Kerry News (Traloe) , . .216 

People (Tralee) , , , 216 

Sentinel (Tralee) . . ,216 

Weekly Reiwrter (Tralee) .216 

Klldaro Observer (Naas) , . 214 
Kilkenny Journal . , , ,213 

People 213 

KlUarney Echo (Tralee) . . 216 
Kilrush Herald . . . .213 
King's County Chronicle (Birr) . 209 



Lamo Times 213 

Leader (Dublin) . . . .211 
Leluster Eipres8(Maryborongh) 214 

Leader (Naas) . , .214 

Reporter (Tullamoro) . . 216 

Leltrlm Advertiser ( Mohlll) . 214 

Observer (Carrlck) . . 209 

Limerick Chronicle . , ,213 

Leader 213 

Echo 213 

Llsbum Herald . , . , 213 

Standard . , . .2)3 

Londonderry Sentinel , . .213 
Longford Independent . . .213 

Journal 213 

Leader 214 

Loughrea Guardian . . ^14 
LurganMaU 214 



Mayo News (Westport) , . 216 
Meath Chronicle (Navan) . . 214 

Herald (Kills). . . 213 

Mid-Ulster Mail (Cookstowri J . 210 
Midland Counties Ad. (Hoscrca) 21,'i 

Tribune (liirr) . . .209 

Reporter (Mullingar) . , 214 

Moderator 213 

Uouaghau Democrat , , ,214 



Monster Express (Waterford) , an 
News (Limerick) , .21:1 

Nationalist (Carlow) , , ,211 

(Clonmel , , .21 

Nenagh Guardian . , , . 21 1 

News 214 

New Ross Standard . . .214 
Newry Reporter . . . ,216 

Telegraph .... 216 

Newtownards Chronicle . , 215 

Herald 2O8 

Spectator , . . . 215 

North Antrim Standard (Bally- 
money) 207 

."^orth Down Herald (Bangor) , 208 
Northern Constitution (Cole- 

ralno) 209 

Standard (Monaghan) . . 214 

Whig (Belfast) . . . 208 

Offaly Independent (Tullamore). 216 
Old Ireland . -. . ,211 

People (Wexford) . , .216 
Portadown News . . ,215 

Iloscommon Herald (Boyle) . 209 

Journal . , . ." 215 

Messenger , , , .215 

Saturday Record (Ennls) . . 212 

Herald (Dublin) . . .211 

Sligo Champion , , . .215 

Independent , , . ,215 

Times 215 

Southern Democrat (Newcastle 

West) 214 

.fouthern Star (Skibbereen) , 216 
Sport (Dublin) . . . .211 
Sports JIail (Dublin) . . .211 
Strabanc Chronicle . . ,215 

News 215 

Strokestown Democrat. . 215 

aunday Independent (Dublin) , 211 

Tipiiorary Star , . . .216 
Tiiani Herald .... 216 

People 216 

Tyrone Constitution (Omagh) , 215 
Courier (Dungannon J , ,212 

Ulster Gazette (Armagh) . . 207 
— Herald (Omagh) , . ,216 

Voice of Labour (Dublin) . . 211 

Waterford Evening News . .216 

Standard .... 216 

Star 216 

Weekly News . . ,216 

Weekly Freeman (Dublin) . . 211 

Irish Times (Diiblln) . . 212 

Northern Whig (Belfast) . 209 

Observer (Newcastle West). 214 

Western Nationalist (Boyle) , 209 

Ncw8(lialllnasloe) , ,"07 

People (Ballina) . . .207 

Wcstmeath Exam. (Mullingar) . 214 

Guardian (Mullingar) . , 214 

Independent (Athlone) . '307 

WIcklow News-Letter , . 216 

People 2ifl 

Witness (Belfast) ... 209 



ISLES, 

Evening Post (Jersey). 

Gazette de Guernsey . 

Guernsey Advertiser , 

■ Evening Press 

Weekly Press 

Isle of Man Examiner 
Times , 



, 217 

. 217 

. 217 
. 217 
. 217 



Jersey Weekly Post . 

Les Chroniques de Jersey 

Mona's Herald 
Morning News (Jersey) 

Peel City Guardian , 

Ramsey Courier , 

Star (Guernsey) . 



. 217 
. 217 

, 217 

. 217 

. 217 
. 217 

. 217 

. 217 

, 817 



S3 



COUNTY INDEX TO BRITISH NEWSPAPERS. 



LONDON. 



Accountant . 
Acton Oatelte . 

District Post . 

Aoroptime . 
Auiaiinir (turilnning . 
American MacliinUt , 
Arobttoct . 

Journal 

Army and Nary Gazette 
Aatocar 
Automotor Jouruiil . 



PAOI 
81 
94 

04 
81 
81 
82 
82 
82 
82 
82 
82 



Bakers' Record .... 


82 


Balhani Mercury 


94 


News 


94 


Baptist Times .... 


82 


Barnes Herald .... 


94 


Bayswatcr Chronicle 


94 


Bazaar 


82 


Bethnal Green News 


94 


Board of Trade Journal . 


82 


Borough of West Ham Express 


94 


Bowes Park News . 


94 


Boxing 


82 


Hoys' Pictorial .... 


82 


Brewers' Gazette 


82 


British Australasian 


8". 


and Colonial Printer 


82 


. (.'itiren .... 


82 


Jr)urnal of Photograph v . 


82 


Medical Journal 


82 


Weekly .... 


82 


Brixton Free Press . 


94 


Times .... 


94 


Brockloy News .... 


94 


Itnckhurst Hill Express . 


U!> 


Builder 


83 


Building News .... 


83 


Trade .... 


Hi 


Bystander , 


83 



Cabinet Maker . 
(.amborwell News . 

and Peckham Times 

Canada 

Canadian Gazette 
Capitalist . . 
Car Illustrated . 
Catfonl Journal 
Catholic Herald 

Times 

Challenge . 
Charity Record . 
Chelsea Courier 
Cliemical Age . 

News . 

Chemist and Druggist 
China Express and Telegri 
Chingford Guardian 
Chiswick Gazette 

Times 

Christian . 

Herald 

Life . 

World 

Church Family Newspaper 

Times 

Citizen 

City Press . . 

RcTlew 

Clrlllan 

Clapham Chronicle . 

Observer • 

Clarion 

Colliery Guardian 

Commercial World . 

Contract Journal 

Contractor 

Contractors' Chronicle 

Country LUe . 



■aph 



Court Journal . 
Crystal Palace Adrertiser 



rAoi 

84 
96 



Daily Chronicle 


79 


Kxpresa 


79 


Gazette 


95 


Oraphlo 


79 


Herald 


79 


Mall .... 


79 


Orerseas . 


84 


Mirror 


79 


Oveneas 


«> 


News 


79 


Sketch 


79 


Weekly Edition 


84 


Telegraph . 

World . . . 


79 
79 


Draper .... 


85 


Drapers' Record 


84 


Dulwlch Reporter . 


95 



Ealing Oazette . 
East End News . 

Ham Echo . 

Express 

Mail . 

■ Recorder . 

London Advertiser 

Observer 

Post . 

Kastcrn Mercury 
Kconomic Review , 
Economist . 
Electrician . 
Electrical Review 

Times . 

Engineer . 
Engineering 
English Churchman 

Mechanic . 

Era .... 
Estates Gazette . 
Eve ... 
Evening News . 
Standard . 



Garden 

Gardeners' Ch ron i cle 
Gardening, lllusiratcd 
Gas Journal 

World 

Gentloworaau 
Graphic 
Grocer 
Grocers' Gazette 



Falrplay . 
Farm and Home 

Field, and Fireside 

Farmer and Stockbreeder 
Feathered World 
Field .... 
Finance 
Financial News . 

Opinion 

Outlook 

Standard . 

Times . 

Truth . 

World. 

Financier . 

Finchley Press . 

Flnsbury Weekly News 

Fishing Gazette 

Fish Trades' Gazette 

Flight. 

Forest IIIU Examiner 

Freemason 

Freemasons' Chronicle 

Friend 

Fruit and Flower Trades' Journal 86 

Fruit Grower , 

Fulham Chronicle 

— — Gazette 



Grocers' Journal 
Guardian . 



PASC 
86 

87 



Hackney Gazette 

Recorder . 

.Spectator . 

Hairdressers' Journal 
Hammeramitli Courier 
Hampstead Advertiser 

Bxprcis 

Record 

Hardware Trade Journal 
Harpers Wine and Spirit izjlte 
Hither Green Journal 
Holborn Guardian . 
Holloway Press 
Home and Colonial Mail . 
Hornsey Journal 
Horse and Hound , 



Illustrated Daily News . . 87 

London News ... 87 

Police News ... 87 

Sporting and Dramatic News 87 



Simday Herald 

Indicator 

Insurance & Finance Chronicle 
Insurance Observer . 

Record . . . . 

Investors' Chronicle 

Guardian . . . . 

Review . . . . 

Ironmonger . . . . 
Iron Trade Review . 
Islington Guardian . 



Jewish Chronicle 

Evening News 

Express 

Guardian . 

Times 

World 

John Bull . 
Joint Stock Co.'ti Journal . 
Journal of Society of Arts 
Justice .... 
of the Peace 



Kensington Gazette 

News . 

Pos(> 

Kentish Independent 

Mercury .... 

Kilburn Times .... 

Kinematograph and Lantern 

Weekly 



Labour News . 

La Chronlque . 

Ladles' Field . 

Lady .... 

Lancet 

Land Agents' Record 

Law Journal 

Times. 

Leather Trades' Review 

World 

Lee Journal 
Lewisham Jotuital . 

Boro' News . 

Advertiser 



Leyton Express 
Leytonstone Express 
Licensed Victuallers' Gazette 
Licensing World . 
Light .... 
Live Stock Journal . 
Lloyd's Daily Index . 

List . 

News . 

W. Summary 

Ijocal Government Chronicle 

— Journal 

Loudon Commercial Record 



London Gazette 
London Mail 

Opinion 

Welshman . 

Londra Roma . 



Machinery Market , 
Mall . 

Mark Lane Express . 
Marylebone Chronicle 

Courier 

Mercury . 

Record 

Medical OSiccr . 

Press and Circular 

Men's Wear 
.Metal World . 
Methodist Recorder . 

Times . 

Middlesex County Times 
.Miller . . . 
.Mining Journal. 

World , 

Mirror of Life . 
Mitcham Qa/.ette . 

Mercury . 

Money 

Morning Advertiser . 

Post . 

Morocco . 

Motion Picture Studio 

Motor 

.Municipal Engineering 

Municipal Journal . 

Muawell Hill Record 



Nation and Athcnseum 
National Weekly 
Nature 
Near East . 
New Age . 
— Cross Free Press 

■ Statesman 

Witness 

Newsagent . 
News of the World . 
Newspaper World . 
North London Guardian 

Middlesex Chronicle 

Norwood News . 

Press 

Herald 

Nursing Mirror . 
Times . 



Paddlngton Gazette . 

Mercury . 

News 

Pall Mall Gazette and Glol)e 
Palmers Green Gazette . 
Paper Trade Review 
Passing Sliow . 
Penge News 

• Press 

People .... 
People's Advertiser . 
Petroleum Times 
Pharmaceutical Journal . 
Pictures .... 
Police Review . 
Poultry .... 
Primitive Methodist Ijooder 
Printer and stationer 
Produce Markets Review 
Public Ledger . 
Oplalott . 



89 
89 
89 



89 

97 

97 

97 

97 

89 

90 

90 

90 

90 

90 

97 

90 

90 

00 

90 

07 

97- 

90 

80 

80 

90 

90 

90 

90 

90 

97 



DO 
90 
90 
90 
90 
97 
91 
91 
01 
81 
91 
97 
97 
97 
97 
97 
01 
91 



Observer ji 

Oil Trades' Journal ... 91 

News .... 9x 

Outlook iij 



97 
07 



08 
01 
91 
98 
98 
81 
98 
91 
91 
91 
91 
91 
91 
91 
91 
80 
91 



54 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



PubliBbera' Gircalar. 
Punch 



PAOB 
91 
91 



Queen . . . . 
Queen'a Park Advsrtiser . 



Racing World . 
Ballway Gazette 

RcTlew 

Record 

Referee 

Review 

Reynolds's Newspaper 

Richmond Times 

Herald . 

Rubber World . 



St. Pancras Chronicle 


!)8 


Gazette - 


118 


Guardian . 


«8 


Record 


98 


Saturday Review 


92 


School Oovornment Chronlclt 


. 92 


Schoolmaster . 


92 


Schoolmistress . . , 


. 92 


Shipping World . 


92 


bhoe and Leather News . 


. 92 


Record 


92 


Shoe Trade's Journal 


92 


Slsetch .... 


92 


Soho Gazette 


98 


Solicitors' Journal . 


92 


South Africa . 


. 92 


American Journal . 


92 


Coast Catholic Herald 


92 


Eastern Herald. 


98 


London Observer 


98 


Press 


98 


Western Star . 


98 


Southwark Recorder 


98 


Spectator .... 


93 


Sphere 


93 


Sporting Life . 


SO 


Times .... 


93 


World. . . . 


93 


Sportsman .... 


80 


Stage .... 


93 


Star 


80 


Statist .... 


93 


Stock Exchange 


93 


Gazette 


93 


Stratford Express . 


98 


Streathara News 


98 


Sunday E. Telegram 


81 


Kipress . . . . 


81 


Illustrated 


81 


School Chronicle 


93 


Pictorial . 


81 


Sportsman 


81 ■ 


Times 


81 


Surveyor 


93 


Sydenham Gazette . 


98 


Syren and Shipping . 


93 


Tablet 


93 


Tatler 


93 


Territorial Service Gazette 


93 


Thames Valley Times . 


98 


Timber 


93 


• Trades' Journal 


93 


Times 


80 


Educational Supplement . 


93 


Foreign T. Supplement . 


93 


Literary Supplement 


93 


Weekly . . . . 


93 


Tooting Gazette 


98 


Tottenham Herald . , 


98 


To>Tn Topics . . . . 


93 


Truth 


94 


United Uethodlst . . 


94 


United Service Gazttte- . 


94 


Universe 


94 


Walthamstow Espress . 


98 


Guardian . . . . 


98 


Wandsworth News . 


99 


Wanstead Express . 


99 


War Cry 


94 


Weekly Dispatch 


81 


Notes 


94 


•^Telegraph . 


94 



West Africa 
Ham Mail . 

■ Express 

Kent Argus 

London Observer 

Post . 

Press . 

Reporter . 

Westminster Chronicle 

Gazette 

and Pinilico News 

Record 

Willesden Chronicle 

Citizen 

Wimbledon News . 

Herald 

Mercury . 

Winning Post . 
Woodford Advertiser 

Express 

Times 

Wood Green Herald 

Sentinel 

Woolwich Gazette . 

Herald 

Pioneer 

World's Pictorial News 



Yachting World 



PAOB 

94 



94 



ENGLISH COUNTIES. 



BEBFOBDSHIBE, 

Amptliill News . 
Bedford Circular 

Record 

Standard . 

Bedfordshire Express 
(Biggleswade) 

Satmday Telegraph . 

Tuesday Telegragh . 

Times .... 

Bic-gleswade Chronicle . 
Dunstable Gazette . 
Leighton Buzzard Observer 
Luton News ... 

Reporter 

North Beds. Courier 
Wobum Reporter . 



BEEKSHIEE. 

Berks Advertiser (Wallingford) 
Berkshire Chronicle (Reading) 

Gazette (Wokingham) 

Faringdon Advertiser 
Maidenhead Advertiser . 

Chronicle .... 

North Berks Herald (Abingdon) 
Newbury Chronicle . 

Weekly News . 

Reading Mercury . 

Observer .... 

Standard .... 

\Vin<bior and Eton Express . 

Clironicle .... 

Wokingham Chronicle 



102 

107 
107 
107 

108 
148 
148 
107 
108 
128 
145 
148 
148 
108 
186 



180 
164 
186 
131 
149 
149 
101 
154 
164 
164 
164 
164 
184 
184 
186 



BUCKINGHAMSHIEE. 

Buckingham Advertiser . . lie 

Bucks Advertiser (Aylesbury). 104 

Examiner (Chesliam) . 121 

Free Press (Wycombe) . lo6 

Herald (Aylesbury) . . 104 

Standard (Newport Pagnell) l.'ifi 

Weekly News (Woiverton) 186 



BUCKINOHAHSHIBE (Cm ) 

PAGE 

North Bucks Times (Fenny 

Stratford) . . . . 132 
^'lough Chronicle . . . 171 
Observer • ... 171 



CAMBRIDGESHIRE. 



Cambridge Chronicle . . 117 

Dally News . . .117 

Independent Press . . 117 

University Reporter . . 117 

Cambridgeshire Times (March) 161 
Chatteris Advertiser . . 120 
City of Elv Standard . . 130 
Ely Weeklv Guardian . . 130 
Isleof Ely Advertiser (Wisbech) 184 
LIttleport Gazette . . . 146 
Newmarket Journal . . 155 

Sporting News . . .155 

Sohara Advertiser . . .171 
Whittlesea Reporter . . 183 
Wisbech Constitutional Gazette 184 
Standard . . . .184 



COEHWALL-(Con.) 

PAGE 

Royal Cornwall Gazette fTrnro) I7s 
St. Ives Times . . . . )ti7 
Saitash Gazette . . . 16s 
West Briton (Truro). . . ITh 
Western Echo (St. Ives) . , ics 



CUMBEULANU 



CHESHIRE. 



Alderley Advrtsr. (Wllmslow), 
Altrincham Advertiser 

Guardian . 

Blrkenhoail Advertiser 

News . 

Chester Chronicle 

• Courant 

Guardian . 

Cheshire Daily Echo (StocK- 
port) 

Observer (Chester) 

Congleton Chronicle . 

Guardian . 

Times . 

Crewe Chronicle 

Guardian . 

Observer . 

East Cheshire Observer 
Eliesmere Port Advertiser 
Hoylake Advertiser . 
Hyde Reporter . 
Knutsford Advertiser 

Guardian . 

Macclesfield Advertiser 

Courier . , 

Times 

Nantwich Cluronicle 

Guardian . 

North Cheshire Herald (Hyde) 
Northwlch Chronicle 

Guardian . 

Runcorn Examiner , 

• Guardian . 

News . 

Sandbaoh Advertiser 

Guardian . 

Stockport Advertiser 

Express 

Wallasey Chronicle . 

News . 

Wilmslow Exjjress . 
Winsford Chronicle . 
Guardian . 



COEHWALL. 

Bude and Stratton News 
Camelford Guardian 

Weekly News . 

Cornishnian (Penzance) 
Cornish Echo (Falnioutii 

Guardian (Bodmin) 

Host (Cambonie) 

Post ( Launceston) 

Times (Llskeard) 

Cornubian (Redruth) 
Evening Tidings (Penzance) 
l^ake's Palmoutli Packet 
Launceston Weekly News 
Newquay Express . 
Penryu Advertiser . 



184 
102 
102 
108 
108 
121 
121 
121 

173 
121 
123 
123 
148 
124 
124 
124 
149 
130 
139 
140 
142 
142 
149 
149 
149 
1,54 
164 
140 
166 
156 
167 
167 
167 
168 
168 
174 
174 
180 
180 
184 
184 
184 



116 
117 
117 
160 
131 
110 
117 
143 
146 
165 
160 
131 
143 
166 
160 



Carlisle Journal 
Cockermouth Free Press . 
Cumberland Catholic News 

Evening News . 

News .... 

Mid - Cumberland Herald 

(Penrith) 
Millom Gazette . 

News . 

Penrith Observer 

West Cumljerland News (W 

haven) 
West Cumberland Times 
Whitehaven Advertiser 

News . 

Wigton Advertiser . 
Workington Star 



hite- 



110 
122 
119 
119 
119 

160 
153 
163 
160 

183 
122 
183 
183 
184 
186 



DERBYSHIRE. 




Alfreton Journal 


. 102 


Ashbourne Advertiser 


. 103 


News .... 


. 103 


Telegraph 


. 103 


Belper News 


. 107 


Buxton Advertiser . 


. 117 


Herald 


. 117 


Derbyshire Advertiser (Derby 


) 126 


Courier (Ciicsterfleld ) 


. 121 


Times (Chesterfleld) 


121 


Worker (Ripley) . 


166 


Derby Daily Telegraph . 


126 


Express 


126 


Mercury . 


126 


Reporter . 


126 


Glossopdale Chronicle 


133 


Hefinor Observer 


136 


High Peak Advertiser . 


156 


Chrontcle(Buxton) 


117 


News (Buxton) . 


117 


Reporter . 


166 


Ilkeston Advertiser . 


140 


Pioneer . . . . 


140 


Long Eaton Advertiser . 


147 


Matlock Visitor 


162 


North Derbyshire Advertiser 




(Glossop) 


133 


Ripley Advertiser . 


1.58 


News 


166 


Sandiacre News 


147 



DEVONSHIRE. 

Ashburton Guardian . , 103 

Bideford Weekly Gazette . 108 

Brlxham Western Guardian . 115 

liuckfastleigh Guardian . . 116 

Urodltou Chronicle . . . 124 

Daily Western Times (Exeter). 131 

Dartmouth Chronicle . . 12.S 

Guardian .... 125 

Dawlish Gazette . . .126 

Devon D.aily Gazette (Exeter) 181 

and Somerset News . . 177 

Exmouth Chronicle ... 131 

Journal .... 131 

Express and Echo (Exeter) . 131 

Football Express (Exeter) . 131 

Herald (Plymouth) . . 161 

Holsworthy Weekly News . 138 

Ilfracombe Chronicle . . 140 

Kingsbridge Gazette . . 142 

Guardian .... 142 

Mid Devon Advertiser (Newton) 1.56 

— Times (Newton) . . 166 



COUNTY INDEX TO BRITISH NEWSPAPERS. 



65 



S£TONSHIB£-<C<»i.) 

PAoa 
N'uvul anil Military Record 

(Pl>niionili) .... 161 
Ncwtou Ahbiit Guardian . 166 
North Deviinllcr«l(l(ItarnBtaplc) 105- 

Journal (Huniritaplc) 105 

I'algiiion Obsorvcr . . . lUO 
— Wiateru Uuardiau . . 100 
Salcombo Uazctte ... 108 
SIdmoutli llprald . . .171 

Ohstirver .... 171 

.South Brent Guardian . . 172 
^outh Devon K.\prciia (Cliuil- 

IclRh) .... 122 

Gaiette (Kiugsbridge) 142 

South Slolton Gazette . . 172 
Tavistock (iazette . . .170 

Times .... 176 

reignmouth Gazette . . 170 

Post 176 

Tiverton Gaiette . . . 177 
Torbay Express ... 178 

News 178 

Torquay Directory . . .178 

Times .... 178 

Totnes Times .... 178 
Western Evening Herald 

(Plymouth) 161 

Guardian (Totnos) . . 178 

Independent (Devonitort) 127 

Morning Ne\vf((l'lvnuh.j 101 

Observer (Tiverton) . 177 

Weelily News (I'lynioutli) 101 



DOBSETSHIEE. 

Blaniifdrd Herald ... 110 
liranksome Herald (Poole) . 162 
Brldport News ... .113 
Dorchester Mail . . .127 
Dorset Co. Chronicle (Dorcliester)128 

Daily Echo (Weymouth) . 182 

Football Express (Weymouth) 182 
Lyme Uegis Mirror ... 118 
Poole Guardian .... 162 

Herald .... 162 

Portland Telegram . . . 102 
Southern Times (Weymouth) . 182 
Ijwanage Guardian . . .175 

Times .... 175 

Weymouth Standard . . 182 

Telegram .... 183 

Wlmborne Herald ... 184 



DUBHAM. 

Auckland Chronicle . . 109 

Hlaydon Courier ... 110 

cliester-le-Street Chronicle . 121 

Consett Chronicle . . . 123 

Guardian .... 123 

Darlington Times ... 126 

Durham Advertiser . . 128 

Chronicle .... 128 

Football Echo (Sunderland) . 174 

— Gazette (S. Shields) . . 170 

Mall (Hartlepool) . . 136 

North Star (Darlington) . . las 
Northern Daily Mail (Hartle- 
pool) 135 

■ — ■ Despatch (Darlington) . 123 

Echo (Darlington) . . 126 

Seaham Weekly News . . 169 

Shields Daily Gazette . . 170 

Stanley News .... 174 

Stockton Herald , . . 174 

Sunderland Dally Echo . . 176 

TeesdaleMercury(Brnrd Castle) 105 

Wcaraide Catholic News . . 175 



ESSEX. 

Barking Advertiser , . . lo.) 

Chronicle . . . . _ 105 

liraihtrec Gazette . . . " 112 
lirighUlagsca News . . , 113 
Burnham • on - Crouch Adver- 
tiser lie 

Clacton Grapldc . . . 122 
Times . , 122 



KS8KX-(Coii.) 

PAOK 

Golcboster Oacette . . .123 
Rast Essex Advertiser (Claoten) 122 
Eastern Cw. Times (IKord) . 140 
Essex Co. Chronicle (Chelmsford) 120 

Co. Standard (Colchester) 123 

Guardian (llford) . . I4o 

Herald (Chelmsford) . 120 

Newsman (Chelmsford) , 120 

Telegraph (Colchester) . 123 

Times (Halstead) . 134 

Times (Romford) . . 166 

Weekly News (Chelmsford) 120 

an<l SufrolkNews(Colche8ter)123 



Forest Gate Fxpresa 
Friuton OraplUc 

News .... 

Times 

Grays Gazette . 
Halstead Gazette 
Harwich Newsman . 

Standard . 

llford Recorder 

Guardian . 

liOnghton Advertiser 
Maldon Express 
Romford Recorder . 

Times 

Southend Observer , 

Standard . 

Telegraph . 

Waltham Telegraph 
Walton Gazette 

News .... 

Times 

West Essex Gazette (Epping) 



OLOUCESTEESHIRE. 



132 
1S2 
1S2 
1S2 
1X4 
134 
185 
135 
140 
140 
148 
149 
16« 
100 
172 
172 
172 
ISO 
180 
IWI 
180 
130 



Avonmouth Mail (Bristol) 


114 


Berkely Gazette 


107 


Bristol Catholic Herald . 


114 


Evening News . 


114 


„ Times 


. 114 


Gazette . 


114 


Guardian . 


114 


Observer . 


116 


Times and Mirror . 


115 


West. Dally Press . 


115 


Cheltenham Chronicle 


120 


Citizen (Glou.) . 


133 


Clevedon Mail (Bristol) . 


115 


Clifton Chronicle (Bristol) 


116 


Free Press . 


116 


Dean Forest Guardian (Colefo 


rd)123 


Mercury (Clnderford 


122 


Dursley Gazette 


129 


Gloucester Chronicle . 


133 


Journal 


133 


Gloucestershire Echo (Chel- 




tenham) 


120 


Horfleld Record (Bristol). 


115 


Lydney Observer 


. 148 


North Somerset Gazette (Brist 


3I) llf) 


Purtlsliead Gazette (Bristol) 


115 


South Bristol Free Press . 


115 


South Gloucester Chronicle 




(Thornbury) 


177 


Gazette (Bristol) . 


115 


Sports News (Bristol) 


115 


Times (Bristol) . 


115 


Stroud Journal . 


174 


-News 


174 


Tewkesbury Record . 


177 


Rei^istcr 


177 


Thornbury Gazette . 


177 


Wilts Standard (Cirencester 


122 


Wottou Gazette 


186 



HAMPSHIRE. 

Advocate (Shirley) , 
Aidershot Oazette . 

News .... 

Alton Mail 
Andover Advertiser , 
Bonrnemouth Dally Echo 
— - Graphic 

Guardian . 

Times . . , . 

County Press (Kan-port I.O.W, 



170 
102 
102 
102 
103 
111 
ill 
111 
111 
) 155 



H&H?SHIB£-(Con.) 

PAHB 

Eastleigh Weekly News . . 129 
Evening News (Portsmouth) . 162 
Football Echo .... 172 

Mall (Portsmouth) . 162 

Hampshire Advortiser(Sthmpton)! 72 
Chronicle (Winchester) . lo4 

— County Times (Portsm'uth) 102 

— Herald (Alton) . . .102 

rndependent(Southampton) 172 

Observer (Winchester) . 184 

Telegraph (Portsmouth) . 162 

Hants&BerluOaz.(Baslngstoke) 106 

& Souex News (Petorsfleld) 101 

Co. Press (Emsworth) . 130 

Isle of Wight Advertiser 

(Ventnor) ... 179 

Chronicle (Sandown) . 168 

Guariiian(Shanklln) . 109 

Herald (t'owes). . . 124 

Mercury (Ventnor) . . 17« 

Observer (Ryde) . .167 

Times (Ryde) ... 167 

Lymlngton (aronlcle . . 148 

New Forest Chronicle . . 148 

Portsmouth Times ... 163 

Rliigwood Chronicle . . 163 

Romscy AdvcitiBcr ... 166 
Southampton Times . .172 

Southern Echo (Southampton) 172 

Guardian (B'mouth) . 112 

Sporting Mall (Portsmouth) . 102 



HEBEFOEDSHIBE. 



KEHr-(0»».) 

Beilcy Heath Obaenrer . 
BroadsUirs Mall . 

Broaditairs and St. Peter*! 

Echo 

Bromley Journal 
— • Local Guide 
Mercury 



TAOK 

10» 
US 

115 
115 
116 
115 



HEBTFOBDSHIBE. 



I Times 115 

Chatham News . . . . 120 

I Observer .... 120 

' Chlslehurst Times . . . 121 

I Crayford Chronicle ... 124 

Dartford Chronicle ... 125 

Deal Mercury .... 126 

Paper ije 

Dover Chronicle . . . 128 

Express . . . . ia« 

Standard .... 123 

Telegraph . ... 128 

Kast Kent Gazette(Slttlngbrne.) 171 

East Kent Times (Hamsgate) . 164 
Edenbridge Chronicle 
Eltham Times . 
Erith Observer 



Bromyard News 
Hereford Journal . 

Mercury . 

Times 


116 
137 
137 
137 


Kington Times (Leominster) 
Ledbury Reporter . 
Leominster News 


145 
143 
145 


U08S Gazette 


160 


Tenbury Wells Mail 


145 



Barnet Press . 


105 


Berkhamstead Gazette . 


107 


Citizen (Letchworth) 


145 


Herts Advertiser (St. Albans) 


167 


Express (Hltchln) . 


137 


H. Hempstead Gazette 


136 


— Morcun- (Hertford) . 


137 


News (St. Albans) . 


137 


Observer (Bishops Stort 




ford) . 


100 


— Record 


13T 


Reporter (Royston) . 


166 


West Herts Observer (Wat 




ford) .... 


181 


Post . 


181 



HUNTINGDONSHIBE. 

Huntingdon Post , . , 140 

Hunts Co. News ( Huntingdon) 1 40 

St. Ncots Advertiser . . las 



EEHI. 

Beckcnham Advertiser . ■ 106 

Chronicle ... 100 

Journal . . ,107 

Times .... 107 



Faversham Mercury. 



123 
130 
130 

,. . . 132 

News )32 

132 
132 
133 
137 
140 
140 
161 
164 
118 
103 
134 
149 

ie» 



Folkestone Express . 

Herald 

Gravoscud Reporter . 
Herno Bay Press 
Hytho Advertiser . 

llejiorter 

Isle of Tliauet Gazette . 
Kent Argus (Ramsgate) . 

Herald (Canterbury) 

Messenger (Ashford) 

(Oravtsend) 

(Maidstone) 

(Sevenoaks) . . , „„ 

and SussexPostiHawkhnrstjlSH 

ConrleriTunbrldge Wells) 179 

Kentish Express (Ashford) . 

Gazette (Canterbury) 

Observer (Canterbury) . 

North East Kent Times (Sitting 
bourne) . 

Queenborough Guardian 
Rochester Journal . 
Sandwich Advertiser 
Sevenoaks Chronicle . 
Sheerness Guardian . 
Sidcup Times . 
South -Eastern Gazette 

stone) 
St. Mary Cray Times 
Swanlcy Times . 
Swanscombe Chron. (Northfleet) 156 
Thanet Advertiser (Ramsgate) 164 
Tonbrldgo Free Press . .17s 
Tunbridge Wells Advertiser . 179 
Westerham Herald . . . 182 
West Kent Advertiser (Dartford) 125 

— Times ( Bromley) . 116 

Whitstable Times . . . 183 
Woolwich Gazette ... 181 



(Mald- 



103 
118 
118 

171 
163 
166 
168 
169 
169 
170 

149 
168 
175 



LANCASHIBE. 

Accrlngton Advertiser , 

Gazette 

Observer . 

Asliton Herald 

Standard . 

Weekly Reporter 

Athletic News (Uancheater) 
Biicup Chronicle 

Times .... 

Barrow Guardian . , 

News .... 

Barrowford Leader . 
Blackburn Catholic News 

Times 

Weekly Telegraph . 

Blackpool Gazette , 
—-Times 



101 
101 
IDS 
103 
lOS 
103 
150 
104 
104 

loe 

106 

106 

no 
no 
no 
no 
no 



66 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTOM. 



LAlfCASHIBE-lCore.) 



Bolton Catholie Herald 

Kvenlng News 

Jonmar . 

Bootlc Herald . 

Times . 

Brterfleld Leader 
Bamley Express 

Catholic News . 

News . 

Bury Guardian . . 

Times 

Visitor 

Cadishead & Irlam Gdn. 
Catholic News (Preston) 
Camforth News 
Gborley Guardian . 

News . 

Clltheroc Advertiser 
Colne Times 



Co-operative News (Manchester) 160 
Cotton Factory Times . ^"^ 



Dally Dispatch (Manchester) 
Dalton News 

Guardian . 

Darwen News . 

Weekly Advertiser 

Droylesdon Herald . 
DuklnSeld Herald . 

Earlostown Examiner 

Guardian . 

Ecolesand Patricroft Journal 

Telegraph 

Empire News (Manchester) 
Evening News Buff (Bolton) 

Farnworth Journal . 

Fleetwood Chronicle 
— Express 

Football Express (Liverpool) 
Formby Times (Southport) 

Oarston and Woolton News 
Gorton Reporter 
Orange News . 
Guardian . 

Hasllngdcn Guardian 
Gasette , . 

Hoywood Advertiser 
News . 



FAGS 

111 
111 
111 
111 
111 

113 
116 
IIB 
116 
116 
117 
117 

117 
163 
119 
121 
121 
122 
123 



103 

ISO 
126 
126 
126 
126 
104 
104 

129 
129 
129 
129 
160 
111 

131 

132 
132 
146 

172 

133 
133 

133 
133 

136 
136 

137 
137 



Irlam & Cadishead Telegraph . 141 
Journal of Commerce (Llv'rpool) 146 



labour Leader . 
Lancaster Guardian . 

Observer .... 

Lancashire DallyPo»t(Prcston) 
Leigh Chronicle 
— Journal and Times . 
LeylaudNews . 
Liverpool Catholic Herald 

Dally Courier . 

Post and Mercury 

Echo .... 

Evening Express 

— ^ Football Echo . 

Weekly Post . 

Lytham Standard , 
Times. 



Manchester Catholic Herald 

City News . 

Evening Chronicle . 

News 

— — Football News . 

Guardian . . . . 

South District Advertiiier 

Weekly Times . 

Mechanical World (M'chestcr) 
MIddleton Guardian . 

Standard . , , 

Morecambc Times . , 

Guar<fian \ , 

VUltor 

Mossley Herald . 
Reporter . 



Nelson Leader .... 154 
North WosU'm Mall (Barrow) 106 
Northern Dally Telegraph (Black- 
••urn) 110 

159 



150 
142 
142 
163 
145 
145 
121 
146 
146 
146 
146 
146 
146 
146 
14S 
148 

160 
160 
160 
160 
160 
150 
151 
160 
161 
153 
163 
163 
163 
163 
163 
163 



Oldham CathoUc Harald , 



LAKCASHIBK-(Co».) 

PAGE 

Oldham Chronicle ... 169 

Evening Chronicle . . 159 

Oldham Dally Standard . . 159 

Standard .... 159 

Ormsklrk Advertiser . . 169 

People's Journal (Manchester) 151 
Prescot Reporter . . . 163 
Preston Guardian ... 163 
Herald . . . . 163 



Radcliffe Guardian ... 163 

Times 163 

Ramsbottom Observer . . 164 

Kawtcnstall Times . . . 164 

Reporter (Salford) . . . 16n 

Rochdale Observer ... 166 

Times .... 165 

Rossendale Advertiser . . 164 

Echo (Bacup) ... 104 

Free Press (Rawtenstall) 164 

Sale and Stretford Guardian . 168 
Southport Guardian . .172 

Journal .... 172 

Visitor .... 172 

Sporting Chron. (M'ch'st'r) . 151 
Staly bridge Herald . . .173 

Reporter .... 173 

Standard .... 173 

St. Annes Express . . . 167 
St. Helens Catholic Herald . 167 

Examiner . . . 167 

Newspaper. ... 167 

Reporter .... 167 

Stretford Advertiser . , 168 

Telegraph ... 168 

Sunday Chronicle (Manchester) 151 
-■^winton Journal . . . 176 
Telegraph . . .176 

Textile Mercury (Manchester) 151 
Thomson's Weekly News 151 

Todmordcu Advertiser . . 178 

News ... .177 

fyldosley Chronicle . . .179 

Ulverston Guardian . . 179 
News 179 

Walkden Telegraph . . .ISO 
Walton Times .... Ill 
Warrington Examiner . . 181 

Guardian .... 181 

WaterfootTimes . . .181 
Waterloo Herald ... 181 

Times (Bootle) . . . Ill 

Weekly Cornier (Liverimol) . 147 
Western Telegraph (Urmston) 179 
West Lanes. Coast Chronicle 

(Formby) .... 132 
Widnos Chronicle . . .183 

Examiner . . .183 

Guardian .... 183 

Weekly News ... 183 

Wigan Catholic Herald . . 188 

Examiner .... 183 

Observer . . . . 1S3 

Y Brython (Liverpool) . . 147 



LEIC£ST£ESHIE£. 

Coalville Times 

Hinckley Echo . 

Observer . 

Times .... 



Leicester Advertiser 

Catholic News . 

Chronicle . 

Mall .... 

— Daily Mercury , 
Loughborough Echo 
— ■ Monitor 

Market Harborough Adver 
Melton Mowbray Journal 

Times. 

Midland Mall (Market Ilarboro 
Pioneer (Leicester) 
Sports Mercury (Leicester) 
— Mail (LoicesterJ 



tlser 



122 
137 
137 
137 

144 
144 
144 
144 
144 
147 
148 
151 
152 
162 
) 161 
146 
146 
144 



Alford Gazette. . 
Boston Guardian 
Crowle Advertiser 
Epworth Bells . 
(Jrantham Journal 
Grimsby Telegraph 



LINCOLNSHIEE. 

PAGE 
. 102 
. Ill 
. 125 
. 130 
. 133 

News 134 

Homcastle News . . .138 
Lincoln Gazette ... 146 

Leader .... 145 

Mercury (Stamford) . . 173 

Lincolnshire Chronicle (Lincoln) 145 

Echo (Lincoln) ... 146 

Free Press (Spalding) . 173 

Standard (Boston) . . Ill 

Star(Brlgg) . . .113 

Louth Advertiser ... 148 
Market Rasen Mail . . 151 

Retford News . . . .332 
Saturday Telegraph (Grimsby) 134 
.Scunthorpe Star . . . 169 

Times .... 169 

Skegness News . . .171 
Sleaford Gazette . . .171 

Journal .... 171 

Spalding Guardian ... 173 
Stamford News. . . .173 
Weekly Herald (Epworth) . 180 



MIDDLESEX. 

Bucks Advertiser (Uxbridge). 179 
County Middlesex Independent 

(Brentford) .... 112 
Enfield Gazette . . .130 

Weekly Herald . . .130 

Hanwell Gazette . , .136 
Harrow Observer . . . 135 
Hendon Times . . . .136 
Middlesex Advertiser (Uxbridge) 179 

Chronicle (Hounslow) . 138 

Rulsllp-Northwood Courier . 167 
Southall Norwood Gazette . 171 
West Middlesex Timo8(Staines) 173 



KOBFOLK-HCon.) 



Yarmouth Independent 

Mercury , 

Times 

Weekly Press . 



PAGE 

136 
186 
186 
186 



MONMOtJTHSHIHE. 

Abercani Weekly Argus . . 101 

Abergavenny Chronicle . . 101 

Aljertillerj- Weekly Argus . 101 

Blackwood District Argus . no 

Blaenavon Weekly Argus. . 110 

Chepstow Weekly Argus . . 120 

Bbbw Vale Weekly Argus. . 129 

Football Argus (Newport) . 156 

Post (Newport) . . . 165 

Free Press (Pontypool) . . 161 

Monmouth Guardian (Rhyniuey) 168 
Monmouthshire Beacon (Mruuth) 163 

Evening Po8t(Ncwport) . 166 

Weekly Post (Newport) . 165 

Pontypool Weekly Argus. . 161 

Rhymney Weekly Argus . . 165 

South Wales Argus (Newjiort) 166 

Gazette (Abertlllery). 101 

Weekly Argus(Newport) 166 

Tredegar Weekly Argus . . 178 



BOBFOLK. 

Aylsham & Reephani Post 
Cromer Post 
Cromer Weekly Press 
Dereham Times 
Diss Express 

Journal 

Downham Market Gazette 
Eastern Dally Press ( Norwich 

Evening News(Norwich) 

Football News . 

Fakenham Post 

Holt Poet ... I 

Lynn Advertiser 

News . . . .' 

Norfolk Chronicle (Norwlcli) 

News (Norwich) 

North Walshani Post 
Norwich Mercury 
People's Journal ( Norwlth) 
Thetford Times 



104 

124 

124 

129 

127 

127 

128 

) 167 

. 157 

. 167 

. 157 



142 
142 
167 
157 
167 
167 
167 
177 



NOETHAMPTONSHIEE. 

Daventry Express . . .126 

Football Echo (Northampton). 156 

Tel(«raph (Kettering) . 141 

Kettering Guardian ... 141 

Leader .... 141 

Northampton Herald . . 166 

— Dally Chronicle . , 156 
Evening Telegraph (Ket- 
tering) .... 141 

Echo i6« 

Gazette (Kettering) . . 141 

Independent . . .156 

Mercury .... 156 

Peterborough Advertiser . loo 

Citizen . . , ,161 

Standard . . . . im 

Rushden Argus . . , ig? 

--Echo 167 

Thrapston Journal . . .177 
Wellingborough Post . . 181 
News 181 



NOBTHUMBEBLAND. 



Alnwick County Gazette . 
Guardian . 

Berwick Advertiser . 
Journal 

Mercury . 

Blyth News 
Haltwhlstlo Echo 

Uciald(Uexhani) . 

Hexham Oourant 

Herald 

Weekly News . 

Illustrated Chronicle 
Morpetli Herald 
Newcastle Daily Chronicle 

Dally Journal . 

Evening Chronicle . 

Weekly Chronicle . 

North Mall (Newcastle) . 
Shields Daily News . 
Sporting Man (Newcastle) 
Sunday Sun (Newcastle) . 
Tyneside Catholic News . 
Whitley Seaside Chronicle 
Bay Observer . 



102 
102 
107 
107 
107 
110 
134 
137 
137 
137 
137 
164 
153 
164 
164 
164 
161 
154 
170 
154 
155 
166 
183 
183 



NOTTINGHAMSHIBE. 

Bccston Gazette . . .107 

Citizen (Nottingham) . . 157 

Eastwood Advertiser . . 129 

Football News (Nottingham) . 157 

Post (Nottingham) . 167 

Hucknall Dispatch ... 139 

Mansfield Advertiser . . 161 

Chronicle . . . . 16I 

Reporter . . . . 151 

Midland Sporting Gazette 

(Nottingham). ... 167 

Newark Advertiser ... 164 

Herald .... 164 

Nottingham Journal . . I6S 

and Bnlwell Local News . 167 

Catholic News . . .168 

Evening News . . . 168 

Post .... 158 

Guardian ... 168 

Nottinghamshire Weekly 

Guardian . . . . isg 

Express . . . isa 

—-Free Press (Sutton-in- 

Ashfleld) .... 175 

Post Tissue (Nottingham) . 153 

Rolford Herald . . . . 165 

Times. . . . ! 165 

South NottsEcho(Nottingham) 158 

West Bridgeford Advertiser , 158 
Worksop Gturdlan . . .186 



COUNTY INDEX TO BRITISH NEWSPAPERS. 



57 



OXFOBDSHIBE. 

Banbury AilvorlWor . 

Guardian . 

Bicester Advertiser . 
Henley Cbronlcle 

Standard , 

Oxford Chronicle 

Journal 

Free Prvss . 

Tlmoti 

UnlTorslty Gazette . 

Oxrnrdsbire Weekly News (0, 

Norton) .... 
Thame Gazette . 
Witney Gazette 



BUTLANDSHIBE. 
Oakham Journal 



PARR 
1(14 
1U4 
108 
13(1 
13(1 
16» 
160 
101 
150 
160 

121 
177 
184 



168 



SHBOPSHIBE. 




Bishop's f'astlo Advertiser 


. 109 


Bridgnorth Journal . 


113 


Church Stretton Advertiser 


122 


Ellesmere Ilcrald . 


130 


Ludlow Advertiser . 


U8 


Newport Advertiser . 


165 


Oswestry Advertiser. 


159 


Shrewsbury Advertiser . 


170 


Chronicle . 


170 


Wellington Journal . . , 


181 


Whitchurch Herald . . . 


133 



SOU£BSETSHIB£. 

AvaIonIndopendcnt(Glastonbury)133 
Bath Chronicle .... 106 

Dally Chronicle . . 106 

Herald .... 106 

Observer .... 106 

Bridgwater Independent . . 113 

Mercury .... lis 

Bumham Gazette . . .116 
OentralSom.Gazette(GIastonbur;)I33 
"■ " "■ 120 

180 
120 
122 
120 
106 
143 
153 
162 
187 
170 
176 
176 
176 
163 
132 
132 
176 
176 
176 



Ohard News 

Chase Pioneer .... 
Cheddar Valley Times 
Olevedon Mercury . 
East Devon News (Chard) 
FootbaU Herald (Bath) . 
Langport Herald 
Mlnchcad Advertiser 
Palmer's News (Martock) 
Pulman's News (Yeovil) . 
Shepton Mallet Journal . 
Somerset Co. Gazette (Taunton) 

Herald (Taunton) 

— Express (Taunton) 

Guardian (Radstock) 

Journal ( Frome) 

Standard (Frome) . 

Taunton Courier 

Echo .... 

Mall .... 

Three Shirei Advertiser 
(Yeovil) .... 
Wellington Express . 

Weekly News . 

Wells Journal . 

Western Chronicle (YeovU) 

Gazette (Yeovil) 

Weston-super-Mare Gazette 

Mercury . 

WestSom. Free Press (Willi ton) 
Wiltshire News (Bath) 
Wlvollscombe Express 
Yeovil Leader . 



187 
181 
181 
182 
187 
187 
182 
182 
184 
106 
184 
187 



STAFFOBOSHIEE. 



BIddulph Chronicle . 
Brewood Courier 


. 108 
. 113 


Burton Chronicle 

Daily Mall . . . 

Evening Gazette . , 

Football Mail . 

. — Observer . 


. 116 
. 116 
116 
. 116 
. U6 



STAWOBDSHIEE-KCon.) 

FAOK 
Cannock Advertiser . . 117 

Courier . . . .118 

Cheadle Herald. ... 120 

Times 120 

County Advertiser (Brierlcy Hill) 118 

Exi>roa« (Cradloy Heath) . 124 

Herald (Rrlerloy Hill) . 113 

Kxpressit Star (Wolverhampton) 186 
Prco Press (W.Bromwioh) . 182 
Handsworth Chronicle . . 136 

Herald .... 185 

Itednesford Advertiser . . 186 
—^Courier' . . . . 186 

l>eek Post 144 

Times 144 

Lichfield Mercury ... 146 

Pioneer .... 180 

Midland Advertl8cr( Wednesbnry)181 

Chronicle (West Bromwich) 182 

Counties Express (Wolver- 
hampton) . . . 186 
Penkrldgo Courier . . .118 
Rugely Mercury . . .167 

Pioneer .... 180 

Smethwlck News . . . 171 

Telephone . ... 171 

South ataffordahire Times . 108 
Sportius; Star (Wolverhamptou) 186 
tltiiffordshlreAdvertl8er(Stafford)173 

News (Catholic) . . 173 

Chronicle (Stafford) . . 173 

Sentinel (Stoke-ou-Trent) 174 

Weekly Sentinel . . 174 

Tamworth Herald . . . 176 

Mercury .... 176 

Tipton Herald .... 177 
Dttoxeter Advertiser . . 179 
Walsall Pioneer .... 180 

Observer . . . .180 

Wednesbury Borough News . 181 
West Bromwich Weekly News 182 
Wolverhampton Chronicle . 186 



SUFFOLK. 

Bury Free Press , 

Post • . . . 

Bast Anglian Dally Times 

(Ipswich) 

Suffolk Gazette (Becclcs 

Evening Star (Ipswich) . 
Framlingham Weekly News 
Halesworth Times . 
Lowestoft Journal . 

Press .... 

Mildenhall Post 

South West Suffolk Echo 

(Haverhill) . 
Stowmarket Courier 
.Sudbury Post . 
Suffolk Chronicle (Ipswich) 

Free Press (Sudbury) 

Sea Coast Times . 

Woodbridge Reporter 



117 
117 

141 
106 
141 
132 
134 
148 
148 
153 

136 
174 
174 
141 
174 
148 
186 



SlIIlEBY-«Ara.) 



SUBRET. 




Camborley News 


. 117 


Caterhara Weekly Press . 


. 120 


Coulsdou Weekly Record . 


124 


Croydon Advertiser . 


126 


Times 


126 


Dorking Advertiser 


128 


Epsom Advertiser . 


130 


Herald . . . 


. 130 


District Times . 


. 130 


Famham Herald 


131 


Horley Advertiser . 


138 


Mltcham Advertiser 


168 


Herald . 


163 


Surbiton Times (Kingston) 


142 


Surrey Advertiser (Guildford) 


134 


Comet (Kingston) 


142 


County Herald 


176 


Herald (Chertsey) , 


120 


Mirror (RedhlU). . 


165 


and Hants News (Famha 


m)131 


Times (Guildford) . 


134 


Weekly Prua (QuUdlord) 


134 





l-AOK 


Sutton Advertiser . 


. 176 


Herald . . 


. 176 


Walllngton Advertiser 


. 180 


Herald 


. 180 


Times 


. 180 


Woking Herald 


. 180 


News and Mail . 


. 185 


Obsorvor . 


. 186 



SUSSEX. 

Bezhlll Observer ... 108 

Chronicle .... 108 

Bognor Observer . . . 110 

Brighton Advertiser ... 114 

Gazette .... 114 

Herald .... 114 

Society .... 114 

Standard .... 114 

Chichester Observer . . .121 

Crowborough Weekly . . 125 

Eastbourne Chronicle . . 129 

Gazette .... 129 

East GriuBtead Observer . . 129 

Sussex News (Lewes) . 14^ 

Evening Argus (Brighton) . 114 

(Hastings) ... 156 

Hastings Observer ... 136 

Horsham Times. ... 138 

Hove Gazette .... 138 

Llttlehampton Gazette . . 146 

Observer .... 140 

Midhurst Times . . . 163 
Mid-Sussex Times (Haywards 

Heath). . . .136 

Morning Argus (Brighton) . 114 

(Hastings). . . 136 

St. Leonards Chronicle . . 135 
Southern Weekly News(Brlght'n) 114 

Sussex Co. Herald (Lewes) . 145 

Courier (Crawley) . . 124 

Daily News (Brighton) . 114 

Express (Lewes) . . 146 

Visitor (Eastbourne) . . 129 

West Sussex Gazette (Arundel) 103 

Times ( Horsham ) . 138 

Worthing Gazette ... 186 
Herald ... .186 



WAHWICKSHIEE. 

Alcester Chronicle ... 102 
Atherstone Express . . . 104 

Herald .... 104 

News 104 

Observer . . . .104 

Bedwortb Guardian (Nuneaton) 158 

News 107 

107 
108 
109 
109 
108 
109 
109 
123 
124 
r24 



Observer 

Birmingham Catholic News 

Daily Mail . 

Post . 

Gazette 

News 

Weekly Post . 

Coleshill Chronicle . 
Coventry Herald 

Standard . 

Evening Dispatch (Birming- 
ham) 109 

Kenllworth Advertiser . . 141 
Leamington Chronicle . . 143 

Spa Courier ... 143 

M. News . . . 143 

Midland Counties' Tribune 

(Nuneaton) . .158 

Co.'sHerald(BIrmingham) 109 

Daily Telegraph (Cvntry.) 124 

Tribune (Nuneaton) . 168 

Nuneaton Advertiser . . leo 

Chronicle . . . . I68 

Observer . . . 168 

Rugby Advertiser . . . I66 

Observer . . . . I66 

Sports Argus (Birmingham) . 109 
Sporting Buff (Birmingham) . 109 



WASWICKSHiaE-<Coii.) 

PArm 
Hlratf(ird-on-Avon Herald . 174 
Sunday Mercury (Birmingham) 100 
Sutton (^olddeld News (li'ham) 109 
Town Crier (Birmingham) . 109 
Warwick Advertiser . . 181 
What's Doing (Birmingham) . 109 



WE3TM0BLAHD. 

Appleby Herald . . . IDS 

Lakes Herald (Ambleside) . 108 

Westmorland Gazette (Kendal) 141 



WILTSHIBE. 




Devizes Advertiser . 
Evening North WiiU Herald 
(Swindon) .... 

Swindon Advertiser . 

North Wilts Herald (Swindon) 

Salisbury Journal . 

Times 


127 

176 
176 
175 
108 
168 


Swindon Advertiser . 
E. Advertiser . 


176 
176 


Warminster Journal 


180 


Wilts and Berks County Paper 
Wiltshire Gazette . 

Telegraph (Devizca) 

Times (Trowbridge) 


152 
127 
127 
178 



WOSCESIEBSHIBE. 

Berrow's Worcester Journal . 185 
Bromsgrove Messenger . . m 
County Express (Dudley) . 128 

(Stourbridge) . . 174 

Droltwlch Guardian . . . 1J8 
Dudley Chronicle . . . 128 

Herald .... 128 

Evesham Journal . . . 130 

Standard .... 130 

Kidderminster Shuttle . . 141 

Times . ... 142 

Malvern Gazette . . .149 

News 149 

Redditch Indicator . . .164 
Tenbury Wells Advertiser . 17a 
Upton on Severn News . . 179 
Weekly News (Oldbury) . . 158 
Worcestershire Advert. (W'ster) 186 

Chronicle (Worcester) . 186 

Echo (Worcester) . . 186 

Standard . . . . 186 

186 
186 



Worcester Dally Times 
Herald . . 



TOBKSHtRE. 

ArmleyNews . . . . los 

Banioldawick Pioneer . . 105 

Bamsley Chronicle . . . 106 

Independent . . . 105 

Batley Free Press . . . um 
News log 

— Reporter .... log 

Bedale Chronicle . . , 153 

Beverley Guardian ... 107 

Blrstall News .... 109 

Herald .... 109 

Bradford Catholic Herald . jig 

Daily Argus . . .112 

Daily Telegraph , . ng 

Pioneer .... ng 

Bridlington Chronicle . . jjg 

Free Press .... 113 

Brigbouse Echo . . . ug 

Free Press .... J13 

Cleckheaton Advei-tlaer . . 122 

Guardian . . , 122 

Cleveland Standard . . . 154 

Colno Valley (;uardlan(S'walte) 171 

Craven Herald (Sklpiou). 171 

Daily Mall (Hull) . . igg 



58 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



TOBKSHIIlE-(Con.) 

Dewsbnry District News . 

Reporter . 

Doncaster Advertiser 

Chronicle . 

Gazette 

Driffield Times 
Easlngwold Advertiser . 
Eastern Morning News (Hall) 
East Riding Recorder 



Eckington Express (Woodhonsc) 186 



Elland Echo . 


1C9 


Football Argus (Bradford) 


112 


Goole Times 


133 


Journal 


133 


Halifax Courier 


134 


Evening Courier 


134 


Harrogate Advertiser 


135 


- — Herald . . . . 


135 


Hebden Bridge News 


136 


Times 


136 


Heckmondwlke Herald . 


136 


News .... 


136 


Reporter . 


136 


Holmflrth Express . 


138 


Honley Express 


13S 


Horbury Observer . 


138 


llomsea Guardian . 


138 


Howdenshlre Gazette (Goole) 


133 


Chronicle (Pockllngton) 


161 


Hnddersfleld Daily Examiner . 


139 


Examiner . 


139 


Worker . . 


139 



PAGR 

■ 127 

127 

127 
127 
127 
128 
129 
139 
140 



YOEKSHIEE-(Con.) 

FAOE 

Hull Catholic Herald . . 139 

Daily News . . .139 

News 139 

and East Yorks Times . 139 

and Lines. Times . . 139 

llkley Free Press ... 140 

Keighley News .... 141 
KnaresDorough Post . . 142 

Labour Pioneer ... 127 
Leeds Catholic Herald . . 143 
Mercury . . . .143 

Malton Messenger . . .149 
Mashamshire Standard . . 156 
Mexborongh Times . . . 162 
Midday Sporting .Special (Leeds) 143 
Middlesbrough Standard . . 164 
Mirflold Herald . . .163 

Reporter .... 163 

Morley News .... 163 
Observer .... 163 

Northern Weekly Gazette 

(Middlesbrough) . 162 
North Eastern Daily Gazette 

(Middlesbrough) . 162 

Leeds News . . .143 

North Riding News 

(Northallerton) . 166 

Ossett Observer . . .169 

Pateley Bridge Herald . . 160 
Penistone Express (Hoyland) 139 
Pontefract Business Guide . 161 
Express . ... 161 



YOEKSHIKE-(Con.) 

Pudsey Advertiser . 

News .... 

Rawmarsh Advertiser 
Richmond Gazette . 
Kipou Chronicle 

Gazette 

Obsei-ver . 

Rotherham Advertiser 

Express 

Rothweil Courier , 

Saddleworth Standard . 
Scarborough Evening News 

Mercury . 

Selby Express . 

Times. 

Sheffield Catholic Herald 

Daily Telegraph 

Independent 

Mail .... 

Weekly News . 

Shipley Times & Express . 
Skyrack Courier (Leeds) . 
South Bank Express 

Elmsall Express 

Elmsall Times 

Soworby Bridge Times . 
Sporting Pink (Leeds) 
Sports Echo (Leeds) 

Gazette (Middlesbrough) 

■ Mail (Hull) 

Post (Leeds) 



PAGE 
173 
163 
162 
166 
165 
165 
165 
166 
166 
166 

163 
169 
169 
169 
169 
169 
169 
169 
170 
170 
170 
143 
164 
172 
172 
173 
113 
143 
1.62 
139 
143 



YOEKSKIEE-(Co«.) 



Sports Special . 

Tadcaster News 
Tees-side Catholic News 

(Middlesbrough) 
Tees-side Herald 

(Middlesbrough) 
Thlrsk Guardian 
— - News . . . 



PAGE 
171 

176 

152 

162 
166 
177 

179 
180 
143 



Wakefleld Advertiser 

Express 

Weekly Citizen (Leeds) . 
West Yorkshire Pioneer 

(Slilpton) . . 171 
WetherbyNews ... 182 
Wharfedale Observer (Otley) . 169 
Whitby Gazette . . ,183 
Wool Record .... 112 

York Star 187 

Yorkshire Catholic Herald . 187 

Daily Observer (Bradford ) 112 

Early Bird (Sheffield) . 170 

Evening News (Leeds) . 144 

Evening Post (Leeds) . 144 

Evening Press (York) . 187 

Gazette (York) . . .187 

Herald (York) . . 187 

News (York) . . .187 

— - Observer Budget . . 113 

Post (Leeds) . . .144 

Sports (Bradford) . . m 

Telegraph (Sheffield) . 170 

Weekly Herald (Y'ork) . 187 

-Post (Leeds) . . 144 



WALES. 



BBECESOCKSBIBE. 

Brecon County Times 

and Radnor Express 

Brynmawr Weekly Argus 



PAQF, 
. 112 
. 112 
. 116 



CABDIOANSBIBE. 

Aborystwlth Despatch . . 101 

Cambrian News (Aberystwlth) 101 

Cardigan Advertiser . . 119 

Welsh Gazette (Aberystwlth) 101 



CABUAETHENSHIBE. 

Amman Valley Chronicle 

Hurry Port Star (Llanelly) 

Carmarthen Journal 

Llanelly Argus . 

Guardian . 

Mercury , 

Star . 

Seren Cymrn (Carmarthen ) 
South Wales Press (Llanelly) 
Welshman (Carmarthen) 



CAENABTONSHIBE. 



102 
147 
119 

147 

147 
147 
147 
119 
147 
119 



Bangor News . 


104 


Observer . 


104 


Bettwys-yCocd News 


107 


Carnarvon Herald . 


119 


Dlnesydd Cymrelg . 


. 119 


Herald Cymraeg (Carnarvon) 


119 


Llandudno Advertiser . 


147 


News 


147 



CAENAEVONSHIEE-(Con.) 

PAGE 

Llanfivirfechan Weekly News . 147 
North Wales Chronicle (Bangor) 104 

Observer (Carnarvon) 119 

WeeklyNews (Conway) 123 

Penraaenmawr Weekly News . 160 
Portniadoc Observer . . 162 
Pwllheli Observer ... 163 
Udgorn (Pwllheli) . . .163 
Vale of Clwyd Weekly News . 124 
Vale of Conway Weekly News 124 

Y Genedl Cymreig (Carnarvon) 119 

Y Llan (Dolgelley) . . . 129 

Y Werlu ar Eco (Carnarvon) . 119 



DENBIOHSHIEE. 

Abergele Visitor , . . 101 

Times .... 101 

Weekly News . . . loi 

BaneracAm8erauCymrutDenbigh)126 
123 
186 
126 
147 
147 
186 
123 
126 
166 
ISO 
186 



Colwyn Bay Weekly News . 
Denbigh Advortlier . 

Free Press .... 

Llan£;ollen Chronicle 

LlanrwstNews 

N.Wales Guardian (Wrexham) 

Pioneer(Colwyn Bay) 

Times (Denbighj 

Rhos Herald (Ruabon) . 

Wrexham Advertiser 

Leader .... 



FUNTSHIEE. 

County Herald (Holywell) . 138 

Flintshire Observer (Holywell) 138 
Prestatyn Weekly . . .163 

Rhyl Journal .... 166 

News. . . . ! 166 

Record .... 186 



GLAUOEGANSHIBE. 

PAGE 

Aberavon News (Portcawl) . 162 
Aberdare Express . . .101 

Leader .... 101 

Barry Dock News . . . 106 

Herald .... 106 

Caerphilly Journal . . .101 
Cambria Daily Louder (Swansea) 176 
Cambrian (Swansea) . . 176 
Cardiff Times .... 118 
Darian (Aberdare) . . .101 
Football Post (Swansea) . . 175 
Glamorgan Advertiser (Maesteg) 149 

Free Press (Pontypridd) . 162 

Gazette (Bridgend) . . 113 

Times (Pontj-pridd) . . 162 

Herald of Wales (Swansea) . 176 
Merthyr Express ... 162 
Mumbles Weekly Press . . 175 
Penarth Times . . . . 160 
Pioneer (Merthyr) . . ." t62 
Pontypridd Observer . . 162 
Forth Gazette . . . .162 
Porthcawl News . . ,162 
Uliondda Fach Gazette . . 162 

Gazette (Pontypridd) . I6a 

Leader (Tonypandy), . 178 

South Wales Dally News(Cardiff) 118 

Dally Post (Swansea) 176 

Echo (Cardiff) . . ng 

Evening Express . 118 

Football Echo(Cardiff) lis 

Football Express 

(Cardiff) lis 

Journal of Commerce 

(Cardiff) . lis 

Weekly Post (Swansea) 176 

Sporting News (Swansea) . 175 
Swansea Shipping Register . 175 
Weekly Mall (Cardiff) . ng 

Welsh Catholic Herald (Cardiff) 118 
Western Mail (Cardiff) . .lis 
Y Tyst (Merthyr) . . .152 



ISLE OF AUGLESEY. 

Holyhead Chronicle ... 188 

Ma'l 138 

Observer .... 133 

Y Clorianydd (Llangefni) . 147 

Y Wyntyll (Llangefni) . . 147 



UEBIONETHSHIBE. 

. ^ . PAGE 

Adsam (Corwen) . . .124 

Barmouth Advertiser . . 105 

Gwyliedydd Newydd . . no 

Merioneth News (Dolgelly) . 127 

Y Cyraro (Dolgelly) ... 127 

Y Dydd (Dolgelly) . . . 127 

Y Rhedegydd (Blaenau) . . 110 

Y Soren (Bala) .... 104 
Yr WythnosarEryr(Bala) . 1U4 



MONTOOMESYSHIEE. 

Montgomery K^press (New- 
to^fn) 



Co. Times (Welshpool) 



166 
183 



FEUBBOEESHIBE. 

County Echo (Fishguard) . 132 

Narberth News ... 154 

News In a Nutshell (Pembroke) 160 
Pembroke Co. Guardian (H'west) 136 

(Pembroke) . IBO 

Dock Journal . . . 160 

Herald (Haverfordwest). 136 

Telegraph (Haverfordwest) 136 

Times mo 

Tenby Observer. , . . 177 

Co. News .... 177 

Ward Davies's Free Press 

(Pembroke) , . . 160 



EASNOESHIBE. 

Mid-Wales Independent 

(Llandrindod) . 147 
Radnor Express (Brecon) . 113 



COUNTY INDEX TO BRITISH NEWSPAPERS. 



59 



SCOTLAND. 



ABXBOEENSHIBE. 





PAOE 


Abenleon Free ProM 


I8rt 


Catholic Herald 


18U 


Erenlng Bipreas 


I8» 


— Ouotto 


189 


Jnumal 


189 


Woukly Free Preas . 


189 


Journal 


189 


Bucban Observer (Peterhead) 


. 208 


Fishing New» (Atordeen) 
Fruerhurgh Adyertlner . 


189 


195 


Herald . . . 


196 


Huntly Express 


198 


People's Jonrnal (Aberdeen) 


189 



AB0YIX8HIBB. 

Argyll Advertiser (Lochgllp 

head) 
Campbeltown Courier 
Dnnoon Advertiser . 

Herald 

Olworvcr , 

Oban Times 



AYTtSHIBE. 



?00 
191 
19S 
192 
193 
201 



Ardrossan Herald . 


. 190 


Ayr Advertiser . . . 


190 


.^—Observer , 


190 


Post .... 


. 190 


Carrick Herald (Olrv.in) . 


195 


Cnmnock Chronicle . 


192 


Dairy Herald . . . 


192 


Irrine Herald . 


198 


Times. 


198 


Kilmarnock Herald . 


199 


Standard . 


199 


Kilwinning Chronicle 


199 


Largs Weekly News . 


199 


Bteveuston News 


202 


Troon Herald . . . . 


203 


Times .... 


203 


Weekly Supplement (aaUton) 


195 



BANFFSHIBE. 

Banffshire Advertiser (Buckle) 191 

-.— Herald (Keith) . . 198 

-^ Journal (Uanfl) . . 190 

.^Reporter (Portsoy) . . 202 

DoStowD News .... 192 



BEBWICKSHIBE. 

Berwickshire Advertiser (Duns) 193 
— News (Duns) . . .193 



CAITHN£SS-SHIB£. 

Caithness Courier (Thurso) . 203 

John-o'-Groat Journal (Wick) 203 

Northern Ensign (Wick) . . 203 



CLACKMANNANSHIRE 

Alloa Advertiser . . . 189 

Circular . . . . Iij9 

.^—Journal .... 189 

Deron Tribune (Tlllycoultry). 203 



DUMBABTONSHIRE. 

Clydebank Press ... 191 

Dumbarton Herald . . . 192 

Helensburgh Kcws ... 198 

Times . . . .198 

Kirkintilloch Gazette . . 199 

Herald .... 199 

I«nnox Herald (Dumbarton) . 192 

Uaryhlll Herald ... 200 

Hilngavie Herald ... 200 



DTUTBIZSIEIBI. 

PAOB 

Annamlale Obmrrer , . 190 

Herald (Liockorhic) . . 200 

Record (Uiekcrhle) . . 200 

Dumfries (Courier ... 192 

Standard .... 192 

Bskdale Advertiser (Langholm) 199 
Lockerbie News . . . 200 
Moltiit News ... 200 
Times .... 200 



ESINSUBOHSHIBE. 

Catholic Herald (Rdlnburgh) . 191 

Dalkeith Advertiser ... 192 

Sdlnburgh Citizen (Portobello) 202 

and Lclth nurnhs Pilot . 200 

Kvening Dispatch . . 194 

News .... 194 

Gazette .... 194 

Observer .... 200 

Mld-Lotbian Journal (Porto- 
bello) 202 

Musselburgh News . . .201 
North Brit. Agriculturist (Edlu.) 194 

People's Jounial(Kdinburgh) . 194 

Scots Law Times (Kdinburgh) 194 

Scotsman (Edinburgh) . . 194 

Weekly Scouman (Edinburgh) 194 



ELGIN. 

Elgin Courant .... 194 

Forres Gazette .... 195 

Northern Scot (Elgin) . . 194 

Strathspey Herald (Grantown) 197 



FIFESHIBE. 

Dunfermline Express 
Journal 

Fife Herald'(Cupar)'. 

Free Press (Kirkcaldy) 

News (Cupar) 



193 
193 
193 

192 
199 
192 



Flfeshire Advertiser (Kirkcaldy) 199 

Catholic Herald (Glasgow) 196 

Kirkcaldy Mall . . . . 1<,9 

Times . . . .199 

Levcn Advertiser . , , 200 

Mail 200 

People's Journal (Cupar). . 192 
Eosyth Mall . . . . 193 
St. Andrews Citizen . . . 202 
Weet Fife Echo (Cowdenbeath) 193 



FOBFABSHIBE. 

Arbroath Guide . . . . 190 

Herald .... 190 

Brechin Advertiser . . .191 

BrouKhty Ferry Guide . . 191 

Carnoustie Gazette . . . 191 

Dundee Advertiser ... 193 

Catholic Herald , . 193 

Courier .... 193 

Evening Telegraph (Dundee) 193 
Forfar Dispatch . . .195 

Herald .... 195 

Review .... 195 

Kirriemuir Free Press . . 199 

Observer .... 199 

Montrose Review . . . 200 

Standard .... 200 

People's Journal (Dundee) . 193 

(Forfar) . . .195 

Post (Dundee) .... 193 

Weekly News (Dundee) . . 193 



HADDIN6T0NSHIKE. 

Haddington AdTertlser . . 197 
Courier .... 197 



INTEBNESS-SHIBE. 

Highland News (Inverness) . 198 

Leader (Inverness) , , 198 

Times (Inverness; . . 198 

Invorness Courier . . .198 

Football Times . . , 198 

Northern Chronicle (Inverness) 198 

People's Journal (Inverness) . 198 



I8LS OF BVTE. 

Butcman (Rothesay) 
Rothesay Express . 



PAni 
. 205 
. '202 



KIKCABDINESHIBE. 

Kincardine L'klrk Observer . 199 

KIBKCTTDBBIOHTSHIBE. 

Kirkcudbright Advertl8er{Ca8tle 

Douglas) . ... 191 

Stcwartry Observer (Dalbeattie) 192 

KINBOSS-SHIBE. 

KInross-shlreAdvertiser . . 199 

LANASKSHIBE. 

Alrdrie Advertiser ... 189 

Bailie (Glasgow) , . . 196 

Bollshill Speaker ... 190 
IluUetiu (Glasgow) . . .195 

Cambusiang Advertiser . . 191 

Pilot 191 

Coatbridge Express . . . 191 

Leader . . . . I91 

County Record .... 194 

Dally Record (Glasgow). . 190 

Eastern Argus (Glasgow) . 190 

Evening News (Glasgow) . . 196 

Times (Glasgow) . . 196 

Glasgow Citizen ... 196 

Herald .... 196 

Observer .... 196 

Star and Examiner . . 196 

Weekly Herald . . . 19C 

News .... 190 

Govan Press .... 196 

Hamilton Advertiser . , 197 

Lanark Gazette (Carluke) . 191 

Lanarkshire (Haiuiilon) . . 197 

Catholic Herald . . 190 

Motherwell Times . . .201 

National Guardian (Glasgow) 190 

Partick Gazette . . . 196 

People's Journal (Glasgow) . 190 

PoUoksliaws News , . . 1 9T 

Ruthcrglen Reformer . . 202 

Scottish Farmer (Glasgow) . 197 

Soutliem Press (Glasgow) , 197 

Scots Pictorial .... 197 

Sunday Post .... 197 

Mail (Glasgow) . . .197 

Weekly Mail and Record 

(Glasgow) .... 197 
Western News (Glasgow) . 197 
Wlshaw Herald . . 203 
Press 203 



LINLITHOO WSHIBE. 

Bo'ness Journal ... 190 
Linlithgow Gazette ... 200 
WestLothianCourler(Bathgate) 190 



MIDLOTHIAN. 

Mldlotli'nAdvertlser(W.Calder) 203 

NAIBNSHIBE. 

Nairnshire Telegraph (Nairn) 201 



OBKNEYS. 

Orcadian (Kirkwall) 
•rkney Harald (Kirkwall) 



199 
199 



PIBTHBHIBE. 

PAoa 

Alyth Qazette .... 190 

Guardian .... 190 

Bellman (Perth) ... 201 

Blairgowrie Advertiser . . 190 

Bridge of Allan Gazette . . 191 

Callander Advertiser . . 191 
Farming News. . . .201 

Perthshire Advertiser (Perth). 201 

Courier (Perth) . . 201 

Constitutional (Perth) . 201 

People's Journal (Perth). . 208 

Stratbeam Herald (Crieff) . 191 



FEEBLE8SHIBE. 

Peebles News . . . .201 
Peeblesshire AdvertlBer(Pecblea) 201 
Standard ... 201 



BENFBEWSHIBE. 

Barrhead News .... 190 
Clydesdale Catholic Herald 

(Greenock) .... 197 
Gourock Times . . .197 
Greenock Herald . . . 197 

Telegraph. . . ,197 

Johnstone Advertiser . . 198 
Paisley Daily Express . . 201 

Gazette .... 201 

Port Glasgow Express . . 202 



BOSS-SEIBE. 

Northern Weekly (Ding^vall) . 192 

North Star (Dingwall) . . 192 

Ross-shire Journal (Dingwall) 192 

Stomoway Gazette . . . 203 



BOXBUBOHSHIBE. 



Hawick Express 

News . 

Jedburgh Gazette 
Kelso Chronicle 
Mail . 



SHETLAND ISLES. 

Shetland News (Lerwick) 
Times (Lerwick) 



STIRLINOSHIBE. 



197 
197 
198 
108 
198 



8ELKIBK. 

Border Standard (Galashiels) . 195 

Telegraph (Galashiels) . 195 

Selkirk Advertiser . . .202 
Southern Reporter (Selkirk) . 203 



200 

aoo 



Falkirk Herald . 


195 


-Mail .... 


195 


Grangemouth Advertiser 


197 


Kilsyth Chroulcle . 


199 


Journal 


199 


People's Journal (Stirling) 


202 


Stirling Journal 


203 


Observer , 


203 


Sentinel . 


209 


SUTHEBLAND. 




Northern Times (Oolspie) 


1S7 



WIGTOWNSHntE. 

Galloway Advertiser (Stranraer) 203 
Gazette (Newton Stewart) 201 



60 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



IRELAND. 



AHTBIH. 



PAOK 

. 207 
. 207 
. 207 



Ballymen a Observer . 

Weekly Telegraph 

Ballymoney Free Press 

Belfast Telegraph . . .208 

News-Lettcr . . .208 

Weekly News . . .208 

Weekly Telegraph . . 208 

Christian Advocate (Belfast) . 208 
Carriekfcrgus Advertiser . . 209 
Ireland's Saturday Night 

(Belfast) 203 

Irish Dally Telegraph . . 208 
Irish News (Belfast) . . .208 

Weekly (Belfast) . . 208 

Larne Times . . . . 213 
Llsbum Herald . . . .213 

Standard . . . .213 

North Antrim Standard (Bally- 
money) 207 

Northern Whig (Belfast) . . 208 
Weekly Northern Whlg(Bclfast) 209 
Witness (Belfast) . . . 209 



ABUA6H. 

Armagh Guardian . . .207 

LurganMall . . . -214 

Portadown News . . .216 

Dlster Gazette (Armagh) . . 207 



CABLOW. 

Nationalist (Carlow) . . 209 

CAVAH. 

Anglo-Celt (Cavan) . . .209 



CLABE. 

Clare Champion (Ennis) . . 212 

Kllrush Herald . . . .213 

Saturday Record (Bnnls) . . 212 



DOWN. 

PAGE 

Banbrldgc Chronicle . . 208 
Co. Down Spectator (Bangor.) . 208 
Down Recorder . . . 210 

Dromore Leader . . . 210 

. Times . . . .210 

Frontier Sentinel (Newry) . 214 
Newrv Reporter .... 215 

Telegraph . . . .216 

Newtownards Chronicle . . 216 

Herald 208 

— Spectator . . . .216 
[forth Down Herald (Bangor) . 208 



DXTBLIir. 

Church of Ireland Gaz. (Dublin) 210 
Dublin Evening Mall . . 210 

Gazette . . . .211 

Evening Herald . . . .211 

Telegraph . . . .211 

Farmer's Gazette . . . 211 
Freeman's Journal . . .211 
G.Tlic Athlete . . . .211 
General Advertiser . . . 211 
rrish Catholic , . . .211 

Herald . . .211 

— -Field 211 

Independent . . .211 

Law Times . . . .211 

Times 211 

Weekly Independent . 211 

Leader 211 

Old Ireland . . . .211 
Saturday Herald . . .211 

Sport 211 

Sports Mail (Dublin) . . 211 
.Sunday Independent (Dublin) . 211 
Voice of Labour .... 211 
Weekly Freeman . . .211 
Irish Times. . . .212 



FEBMANAGH. 

Fermanagh Herald (EnnlskiUen) 212 

News 212 

Times (Knnisklllcn) . . 212 

Impartial Rcparter(EnniBkillen) 212 



GALWAY. 

Connacht Tribune 

East Galway Democrat (Ballina- 

sloe) . 
Galway Express . 

Leader. 

Observer 

PUot . 

Longhrca Guardian 
Tuam Herald 

People . 

Western News (Ballinasloe) 



KING'S COUNTY. 

King's Co. Chronicle (Birr) 
I.cinster Reporter (Tullamorc) 
Midland Tribune (Birr) . 
Offaly Independent (TuUamore) 



LEITBIM. 

Lcltrim Advertiser (MohiU) 
Obsorver (Carrlck) . 



LIMEBICK. 

Limerick Chronicle . 
— Leader . 

Echo . 

M nnster News (Limerick) . 
Southeni Democrat . 
Weekly Observer (Newcastle 
West) .... 



hffebaby. 



COBK. 

Cork Constitution . . .210 

County Eagle (Skibbereen) 216 

Examiner . . . .210 

Evening Echo . . .210 

Southern Star (Skibbereen) 215 

Weekly Examiner . . 210 

News . . . .210 



DONEGAL. 



Donegal Vindicator (Bally- 
shannon) 207 

. 213 



^— Independent 



KEBBY. 

Keiry News (Tralee) . 

People (Tralee) . 

Sentinel (Tralee) 

Weekly Reporter (Tralee) 

Klllarney Echo (Tralee) . 



EILDABE. 

Kildare Observer (Naas) 
Leinster Leader (Naas) 



KILKENNY. 
Kilkenny Journal 
— People 
Moderator , . , . 



PAGE 
209 
21B 
209 
210 



214 
209 



213 
213 
213 
213 
214 



LONDONDEBBY. 



Coleraine Chronicle 
Derry Journal . 

News . . 

People . 

Standard . 

Londonderry Sentinel 



213 
213 
213 
213 
213 



Cashel Sentinel .... 

Clonmel Chronicle 

Mid. Cos. Advertiser (Roscrea) 

Nationalist (Clonmel) 

Nenagh Guardian . . . ^- . 

News 214 

TIppcrary Star (Thurles) . . 218 



PAGB 

, 209 
209 
215 

209 
214 



Northern Constitution(CoIeralne)209 



214 
214 



213 
21S 
213 



LONGFOBD. 

Longford Independent 

.Tournal 

Leader . . . . 



LOTTTH. 

Advertiser (Droghoda) 
Drogheda Argus. 

Independent 

Dundalk Democrat . 
Examiner . 



213 

213 
214 



210 
210 
210 
212 
212 



TYBONE. 

Dungannon Democrat . . 212 

Mid Ulster Mall (Cookstown) . 210 

Strabane Chronicle . . . 215 

News 215 

Tyrone Constitution (Omagh) . 215 

Courier { Dung.innon) . 212 

Ulster Herald (Omagh) . . 215 



WATEBFOBD. 

Munster Express (Waterford) . 216 
Watorford Evening News . 216 

Weekly News . . .216 

Standard . . . .216 

Star 216 



WESTMEATH. 

Midland Reporter (Mullingar) 214 
Westnuath Examiner (Mul- 

llng.ir) 214 

Wostnicath Guardian (Mullingar) 214 
Independent (Athlone) . 207 



MATO. 

Balllna Herald . . . .207 
Cunnaught Telegraph (Castlebar) 209 
Mayo News (Westport) . . 216 
Western People (Balllna). . 207 



MEATH. 

Meath Chronicle (Navan) . . 214 
Herald (Kells) . . .218 



MONAGHAN. 

Monaghan Democrat . . 214 
Northern Standard (Monaghan) 214 



QUEEN'S COUNTY. 

Leinster Express (Maryborough) 214 



BOSCOUUON. 

Roscommon Herald (Boyle) 

Journal 

Messenger . 

Strokestown Democrat . 
Western Nationalist (Boyle) 



WEXFOBD. 

Echo (Enniscorthy) . 
Eunlscortliy Guardian 
Free Press (Wexford) 
New Ross Standard . 
I'cople (Wexford) 



WICKLOW. 

Bray Herald 
WIcklow News Letter 
People . 



212 
212 
216 
214 
216 



209 
216 
216 



BRITISH ISLES. 



ISLE OF MAN. 

Isle of Man Examiner (Douglas) 217 

Times (Douglas) . . .217 

Mona's Herald (Douglas) . . 217 
I'cel Guardian .... 217 
Ramsey Courier . . . . 217 . 



GUEBNSEY. 



SLIGO. 



Sllgo Champion 

Independent 

Times . 



209 
215 
215 



215 

215 
216 



Gazette de Guenisey 
Guernsey Advertiser 

Evening Press 

Weekly Press 

Star . 



JEBSEY. 

Evening Post . . . 
Jersey Weekly Post . 
Les (.'lironiiiuea de Jersey . 
Morning News . 



217 
217 
217 
217 
217 



217 
217 
S17 
217 



61 



I INDEX TO LEADING BRITISH CLASS PAPERS & PERIODICALS. 



Divided into Sections as follows: (i) Trades; (2) Professional; (3) Educational, 
Music and Literary ; (4) Political, Social and Oificial ; (•'>) Religious ; («) Sports, 
Pastimes, Athletics, Hobbies and Pets; (7) Fashion and Miscellaneous. 



Igpricnltara 



PAOE 

...Agricultural Educatn 220 
„ Gazette ... 220 
„ News ... 220 
...Allotments und Gdns 220 
...American AKrioltrist. 220 
...British Farmer ... 226 
...Farm, Field and 

Fireside 85 
...Farm and Home ... 85 
...Farmer & Stockbreedr 86 
...Farmers' Advocate 236 
...Farmers' Herald ... 2.SG 
...Fanners' Gaz. ... 211 
...FanningNewg ... 201 

...Field 85 

...Irish Farmer ... 245 
... ,, Homestead ... 245 
...Jnl. of Agric.Science 246 
... Jnl. of Cent. Chainbs. 

of Agriculture 246 
...Jml. of the Dept. of 

Agriculture 246 
...Jnl. of Fanners' 

CIul) 247 
...Jnl. of Ministry of 

Agriculture 247 
...Land Worker ... 249 
...Mark Ijane Express 89 
...Modern Farming ... 286 
...North Brit.Agrcltst. 194 
...Occasional Journal 259 
...Kev. of App. 

Entomology 267 
...Scottish Farmer ... 197 
... „ Farm Servant 269 
...Small Holder ... 271 
... ,, ,, Gazette 271 
...Smallholding ... 271 
...Women's Farm and 

Garden 278 

...Dalton's Advertiser 233 

...Flatbnd 237 

„ ...Heron's Flat and 

Est. Mart 241 

„ ...Homeflnder 242 

„ ...London Ap. Advtr. 252 

.1^ and Umbrella Bag and Umbrella 

Trader 222 

^Ocing and ...Baker & Confectioner 222 

Infectionery ...Bakers' Record ... 82 

„ „ Review ... 222 

„ British Baker ... 225 

,, , and Foreign 

Confectioner 225 

,, Confectioners Union 231 

„ Confectionery Jrnl. 231 

,, Journeyman's 

Magazine ... 248 

. „ Master Baker ... 254 

* „ Miller 90 

' „ Practical Baker ... 264 



partments 



jllringers 


...Ringing World ...267 


!U Posters 


...Bill Poster 223 


licksmiths 


...Blacksmith & Wheel- 

Wright 223 

...Farriers' Jnl. ... 236 
...Foundry Trade Jnl.... 237 


(Ot&S. Makers Bootman 224 

„ ...Footwear Organiser 237 
,, ...Nat. Union S. 

Opers. Rep. ... 258 

„ ...Shoe&LeatherXewg 92 

... „ „ Recrd. 92 

„ Manufacturer 270 

.. ... „ Trades Journal 92 



(1) TRADES. 

PAOB 
Book-binding' ...Paper Box and Rook- 
binders' Journal 261 
,, ...Printers' Sales and 

Wants 264 

Box-making ...Bo.x Makers J'urnal 224 
„ ...Paper Box Maker... 261 

Brewers Brewer and Wine 

Merchant 225 

„ Brewers' Gazette ... 82 

„ ,, Journal ... 225 

„ Brewing Trade Rev. 225 

,, Journal of Inst, of 

Brewing 247 

„ National Guardian... 196 

Brick ft Tile ...Brick and Pottery 

Trade Journal 225 

„ British Clayworker 225 

,, Pottery Gazette ... 263 

„ Quarry 265 

Slate Trade Gazette 271 

Bmsh-making ...Brush-making ... 227 
„ ...Brushes and Toilet... 227 

Builders Architect 82 

„ „ Journal ... 82 

„ British Builder ... 225 

„ Builder 83 

„ Builders' Merchants 

Journal 227 

„ Building Industries 227 

„ „ News ... 83 

„ Soc. Gaz. 227 

„ Trade ... 83 

,, Concrete 231 

„ Contract Journal ... 84 

„ Contractor 84 

„ Contractor's Chron. 84 

„ „ Record 232 

„ Ferro-Concrete ... 237 

„ Garden Cities and 

Town Planning... 238 

„ Housing Journal ... 243 

„ IUus.Carpenter&Bldr.243 

„ Indus. Daily News 87 

„ Irish Builder ... 244 

, Jnl.of ClerksofWrks247 

„ Master Builder ...254 

„ National Builder ... 2.57 

„ Public Works ... 265 

„ Settmaker's Journal 220 

„ Stonetrade Journal... 272 

„ Town Planning Rev. 274 

Butchers Meat Trades Journal 254 

Cabinet Makers.. .Cabinet Maker ... 83 

Carpenters ...Illus.Carpenter&Bldr.243 
„ ...Jml. of Inst, of 

Carpenters 247 

Carriage B'ildersAutomobile and Car- 
riage Builders' Jrnal 222 
„ ...Coopers Vehicle Jl. 232 

„ ...Jrnl. of Institute of 

Carriage Manufctrs. 247 

Caterers Caterer 228 

„ Chief Steward ... 229 

„ Food and Cookery... 237 

Hotel Review ... 242 

„ Marine Caterer ... 254 

„ Master Baker and 

Caterer 254 

„ Temperance Caterer 273 

Cattle Dealers ...Live Stock Journal 89 
,, ...Meat Trades Journal 254 

Cin'mat'grr'phy Bioscope 223 

„ ...Boys' Cinema ... 224 

„ ...Cinema 230 

„ ...Film Renter 237 



PAoa 

Cin'mat'gr'phy Films iST 

...Irish Limelight ... 245 
...Einematograph and 

Lantern Weekly ... 88 
...Kinematogr'h Record 248 
...Motion Picture Studies 90 



...Movie-Land 


.. 267 


...Photo Bits ... 


.. 262 


...Pictures 


.. 91 


... „ Show 


.. 263 


...Scottish Kinema 




Record 


.. 269 


...Screen 


.. 270 


...Shadow Stage 


.. 270 


...Trade Show Critic . 


.. 274 



Coal Coal and Iron ... 231 

... „ Merchant ... 231 
...Colliery Guardian... 84 
„ Rescue ... 231 
...Compendium ... 231 
...Ironic Coal Trd. Rev. 87 
...London Bill of Entry 252 

Commercial ...Aberdeen Ch. of Com. 219 

,, ...African 'World ... 220 

,, ...Amateur Trader ... 220 

„ ...Anglo-American 

Trade 220 

,, ...Anglo-NorwegianJnI. 220 

,, Swedish Jnl. 220 

,. ...Anti-cutting Record 221 

„ ...Auction Gazette ... 222 

,, ...B'hamCh'mofComJ1223 

„ ...Boardof Trade Jrnl. 82 

„ ...British and Latin- 

AmerioanTradeGaz. 225 

„ ...British-Made Goods 226 

n ■■■ , Trade Review 226 

„ ...Business 227 

.• ••• I, Chances ... 227 

„ ...Cambridge Business 

Man... ... ... 227 

„ ...Chamber of Cora. Jl. 22i 

„ ...China Clay Trade 

Review 229 

,. ...Clerk 230 

„ ...Commerce 231 

„ ...Commercial Cases ... 281 

>, — >, Education 231 

• I ... „ Intr'ductiou231 

.1 •■• ., Motor ... 231 

1, ... „ Review ... 231 

,1 ... ,, Weekly 

Statement 231 

,• World ... 84 

„ ...Compendium 231 

„ ...Cordage World ... 232 

f, ...Daily Com. Report ... 233 

„ ...Efficiency Magazine 235 

,. ...EI Comercio His- 

pano-Britanico. 235 

,. ...Empire Mail 235 

„ ...Export World ...236 

„ ...Glasgow Ch. of Com. 239 

,, ...Good Lines 239 

„ ...HuUTradeTransit ... 243 

„ ...Impressions 243 

,, ...Indent Gazette ... 243 

,, ...Inst, of Comm. Mag. 244 

» ...Irish Indus. Jnl. ... 245 

» ...Japanese Journal ... 245 

„ ...Journal of Edinburgh 

Chamber ofiCom.... 247 

„ ...Jl. of Com. (L'pool) 146 

,1 ...Jl.of Dom. Appliances 246 

„ ...L'pool United General 

Produce Assoc. 251 

If ...London Com. Record 89 

„ ...t.uton Ch. of Com. 253 

» ...Made in Britain 

B 



62 



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Commercial 



PAGE 
...MancIi'tcrClini.ofCm. 253 
,, ... „ Guardian 

Commercial 253 
„ ...Mercantile Guardian 251 

„ Monthly Bull. French 

Chamber of Com. 256 
,, ...Monthly J'rnal Sheffield 

Chamber of Com.... 256 

„ (Blackburn) 256 

„ (Dudley) ... 256 

„ ... ,, (Liverpool) 2.56 

„ ... „ (Nottingh'm)256 

„ ...Monthly Statement... 256 

„ ...Motor Commerce ... 257 

„ ...Mutua Confidentia... 257 

„ ...Northamptonshire 

Journal of Com. ... 259 

„ ...O Espelho 260 

„ ...Oldham Ch. of Com. 260 

„ ...On the Road ... 260 

,, ...Organiser 260 

„ ...Production 264 

„ ... Produce Markets Rev'w 91 

„ ...Public Ledger ... 80 

„ ... „ Evening Report 265 

,, ...Retailer 267 

...Sales Management ... 268 
„ ...Sales Promotion ... 268 

„ ...Secretary 270 

„ ...Shop Assistant ... 270 

„ ...S. Wales Jnl. of Com. US 

„ ...Statist 93 

„ ...Stubbs" Gazette ... 272 

„ ...Swedish Journal ... 273 

„ ...System 273 

„ ...Times Trade Supp. ... K 

„ ...Trade and Finance ... 274 

n ...Trade Openings ... 274 

,1 ...Tropical Life ... 275 

,1 ...Typewriter Topics 275 

,, ...Weekly Intelligencer 276 

,1 ...Wett African Gazette 277 

i> ...West Indian Bulletin 277 

„ ...World's Work ... 278 

Co-operation ...Better Business ... 223 
., ...Co-operativeEducator232 

fi ... „ News ... 150 

I, ...Intern. Co-op. Bull. 244 

11 ...Producer 264 

„ ...Scottish Co-operator 269 

„ ...Wheatsheaf 277 

Co-Partnership...Co-Partnership ... 232 
,, ...Co-Partnership Jnl. 232 

Corn Trade ...Broomhall's Corn 

Trade News ... 226 
» ...LondonCornCircular 252 

■I Grain Rep.... 252 

„ ...Miller 90 

II ...Millers' Gazette ... 255 

.. ...Milling 255 

Cycle Trade ...Bicycling News ...223 

Motor& Cycle Trader 257 

Dairying ...Creamery Manager 232 

I Dairy 233 

„ World 233 

)i Dairyman 233 

Milk Industry ... 256 

Decorators ...Decorator 233 

„ Magazine 233 

» Journal of Dec. Art 246 

Drapers Credit Draper ... 232 

II Daily Mail Overseas 

Edition Drapery 
and Textile Supp. 84 

fi Draper 84 

II Drapers' Organiser 234 

„ Record ... 84 

II Drapery Gazette ... 234 

11 Iri.sh Diaper ... 245 

II Lady's Wear Trade 

Journal 24? 

_ II Linen Trade Circ. ... 251 

Dyers Dyer ... 234 

>i Journal of Dyers ... 248 

Electricity ...Beama 222 

n ...Klectric Journal ... 235 

II ...Electrical Contractor 2.35 

II ... „ Industries 235 



Plant 
Review 
Times 
Trades Jnl. 23 



235 

85 



Electricity 



Engineering 



262 

263 
269 

274 

275 
279 



220 
8-2 
222 
224 
226 
229 
83 



..Electrician 85 

..Electricity 235 

...Electrics 235 

..Electric Vehicle ... 235 
...Illuminating Engnr. 243 
...Journal of Institute 247 
...Junior Mechanics 

and Electricity ... 248 
..Met.-VickersGazette 255 
..Model Eng. & Elec. 256 
...Piggott's Electrical 

Plant 

..P.O. Elec.Engineers 

Journal 

..Science Abstracts ... 
..Tramway and Rail- 
way World 

...Unit 

..Zodiac 

..Acetylene Lighting 

and Welding Jnl. 219 
...Aircraft Engineering 220 
...Amal. Engineers' 

Journal 

...American -Machinist 
..Automobile Engin'r 
..Boiler Maker 
...British Engineers ... 
...Cheap Steam 
...Chemical Age 
...Chem. Engineering 229 
„ Journal ... 229 
...Civil Engineering ... 229 
...Concrete and Con- 
struct. Eng. ... 231 
...Contractor's Rec. 

and Mun. Eng. ... 232 
...Daily Mail Overseas 
Edition Engineer- 
ing Supp. ... 84 
..Domestic Engineering 234 
...Eastern Engineering 234 

...Engineer 85 

..Engineers'Advertiser 

(Glasgow) 235 

..Engineering ... 85 

„ Abstracts 235 
„ and Indus- 
trial Man- 
agement... 235 
„ Gazette... 235 
,, Industry 235 
,, Production 235 

Review ... 235 

„ World ... 235 
...English Mech-anic... 85 
...Gas Engrs. Mag. ... 238 
...Illuminating Engin'r243 
...Industrial Daily News 87 
...Ingeniero Industrial 244 
.. lugeuieurlndustriel 244 
...Irish Builder & Eng. 244 
...Jnl. of Ins. Elec.Eng. 247 
... jnl. of Mec. Enginrs. 247 
... „ of Mun. Enginrs. 247 
... „ San. Eng. ... 247 
...Jnl. of Mech. Eng. 247 
...Jnl.of Soc.ofEngrs. 246 
...Junior Inst.Eng. Jnl. 248 
...Kahnerete Eng. ... 248 
..Machinery Market... b9 
...Managing Engineer 253 
...Manufacturers'Hard- 

ware Circular 
..Marine Engineer .., 
„ Engineering 
... „ Of. Mag. ... 
...MechanicalWorld .., 
...Mining Wld. St. Eng. 

Rec 

...Minutes of Proc. of 

Civil. Engs. ... 255 
...Model Engineer ... 256 
...Municipal Eng. ... 91 
...Oil Power Engin'ng 260 
...Page's Weekly ... 261 
...P.O. Elec.Eng. Jnl. 263 
...Power Specialist ... 263 

... „ User 263 

...Practical Engineer 264 
...Printers' Engineer 264 
...Public Works ... 265 



253 
254 
251 
264 
151 

9(1 



Engineering 



271 
272 
272 
93 
274 



Estates 



Exports 



PAOR 

...Railway Engineer... 266 
,, Maintenance 266 
„ Mechanical 

Engineer 266 
„ Signal Eng. 266 
„ & Loc. Eng. 266 
...Science Ab.'stracts... 269 
...Science and Mining 269 
...South African Eng. 
...Steam Eng. Report 

...Steamship 

...Surveyor 

...Times Eng. Supp. 
...Trans.Inst.Min.Engs. 274 
...Water Engineering 276 
...Estates Magazine ... 236 

,, Estates' Gazette ... 85 

,, Factors's Magazine 236 

„ Heron's Estate Mart 241 

„ Jnl. Soc. Estate 

Clerks of Works 247 

„ Jnl. of Land Agents 

Soc 247 

,1 Land Agents' Record 88 

„ Land Union Jnl. ... 240 

,1 Property Owners'Jnl. 265 

„ Scottish Register ... 270 

„ Smallholder 270 

,, Smallholder 271 

,, „ Gazette 271 

Exchange & Sale Art Prices Current 221 

,, B.izaar 82 

,, Book Auction Keords 224 

,, Bric-a-Brac 225 

,, Philips Machine Reg. 262 

,, Printers' Sales and 

Wants 264 

,, Sotheran's Prices 

Curr 271 

Brit. & S.A. Ex. Gaz. 225 
„ Export Gaz.... 226 

,, ,, Exporters 

Register 226 

„ Made Goods 226 

„ , Trade Jnl. ... !;26 

„ ,, „ Review 226 

„ Canadian E.\port 

Pioneer 228 

,, Commercial Standard 231 

„ Daily M.iil Overseas 

Edition Drapery 
and Textile Supp. 

,, Daily Mail Overseas 

Edition Engineer- 
ing Supp. ... 84 

„ Export World ... 236 

„ Mail 236 

„ Indent Gazette ... 243 

,, Interu. Customs Jnl. 214 

., Kelly'sTrade Review 24,S 

„ L'pool Bill of Entry 251 

„ Manufacturers' Post 251 

i> „ Hardware Cir. 2.53 

,) Motor Export Trader 257 

1) Northamptonshire 

Journal of Com.... 2.')9 

•I Produce Markts. Rev. 91 

„ South America ... 271 

I, Trade & Navigation 274 

., Trade Openings ... 27t 

Fanciers Fanciers' Review ... 2.i6 

I, Feathered World .. 

„ Fur and Feather .. 

,, Homing Pigeon 

„ Live Stock Journal.. 

,, Pigeons 

II Racing Pigeon 

Financial Bankers' Magazine 222 

,, B ham Stock Ex. List 223 

,, Hondholders'Regi8ter224 

„ Biitish and Latin 

America Gazette... 22; 
ti British Railway Divi- 
dends 22f 

i> Business Organisation 22 

II Capitalist 8^ 

>, Citizen 8 

■ I City Review 8 

II Commerce 23! 

II Commercial Standiird 23: 

)> Coventry Share List 23! 



84 



23S 
212 

262 
266 



INDEX TO LEADING BRITISH CLASS PAPERS AND PERIODICALS. 



63 



Financial.. 



PAGE 

...Ecououiist 8A 

...Kdin. SImro List ...235 
...Electrical Industries 

aud Iiivestmeuts 2.15 

...Finance Sr^ 

Union ... 2.S7 

...Financial Chronicle 237 
„ Critic ... 237 
„ Empire ... 237 

Mail ... 237 

„ News ... 79 
„ Observer ... 237 
„ Opinion ... 85 

Outlook ... 85 

„ lleview of 

Keviews 237 

Standard 86 

„ Times ... 79 
World ... 86 

...Financier 79 

...Fortni^'litlyFin.Eev. 237 
...Gliifgow Stock and 

Share List 239 
...Insurance and 

Finance Chronicle 87 

...Investment Reg. ... 244 

...Investors' Chronicle 87 

„ Guardian 87 

„ Manual... 244 

„ Review... 87 

...Irish Inv. Guardian 245 

... „ Statesman ... 245 

...Joint Stock Co.'sJnl. 88 

...Kemp's Merc. Gaz. 248 

...L'pool Stock List ... 251 

...Loiidon Leader ... 252 

...Metal World ... 90 

...Money 90 

...Monthly Mng.Hdbk, 266 
...Plvmouth Share Li.st 26i 
...Q.D. Record ... 265 

...Rubber Co.'s Positn. 268 
... ., World ... 92 
...Scottish Critic ... 269 

...Searchlight 270 

...Shareholder 270 

...Share Market Review 270 

...Statist 93 

...Stockbroker ... 272 

...Stock Exchange ... 93 
... „ „ D. List 272 

„ „ Gazette 93 

... „ „ R-v. ... 272 

W.Intel. 272 

„ & Shareholder 272 
...Stubbs' Gazette ... 272 
...Times Prospectuses 274 
...Trade and Fiuance 274 
...Weekly Report ... 276 
...West African Gazette 277 

...F..\tincteur Bulletin 236 

...Fire 237 

...Fireman 237 

...First Aid 237 

...National Fire Bgde. 

A.i.«oc 258 

...Professional Fire 

Brigades Assoc. ... 264 

...Fi.sh Trades Gazette 86 
...Fishing News ... ISO 
...Frier 23-S 

Plax&JuteTradeDundeeFricesCurrent234 
Dundee Workers Gde. 234 
Irish i: Scotch Jute 
Journal 244 



Fire 



Fish Trade 



Forestry 



;'^Frait Trade 

"a : 
■i i " 

t hmisMngr 



...Journ.al of Forestry 246 
..Quarterly Journal 

of Forestry 265 

...Timber 93 

... „ Trades Jnl. 93 

„ News ... 273 

...Trans. Scot. Arb. ... 274 

...Fruit, Flower and 

Vegetable 86 
...Fruit Grower ... 86 

...Cabinet Maker ... 83 
...Furnishing Trades 

Organiser 233 
...Furniture Record ... 23-i 



Fur Trade 



.Fur World 



PAOK 

... 238 



Oamekeepexs ...Gamekeeper 238 

„ ...Gamekeepers'Gazette233 

Oardening ...Allotments & Odns. 220 
„ ...British Homestead... 226 

„ ...Free Gardeners' Jnl. 238 

„ ...Garden 8« 

„ . ... „ Life ... 238 

„ ... ., Work for 

Amateurs ... 238 

„ ...Gardeners' Chronicle 86 

„ ...Gardening lllustrt'd 86 

„ ...Horticultural Trade 

Journal 242 

„ Worker 242 

„ ...Irish Gardening ... 245 

,, ...Jnl. Royal Hort. Soc. 247 

,, ...National United 

Order Free Gar- 
diners' Journal ... 253 
„ ...Nurseryman and 

Seedsman 259 

„ ...Orchid Review ...260 

... „ World ... 260 

„ ...Women'sF.&Garden 278 

CStt aho under Hobbies) 



(hta 



...Acetylene Lighting 219 
...Gas Engineers' Mag, 238 
... „ Light, etc. ... 238 
... „ Journal ... 86 
... „ aud Oil Power 238 

World 8ti 

...Illumin'tingEngin'r 243 



Gl'ss, China Tr'de Pottery Gazette 



263 



Greengrocers 



Grocers 



Gun Trades 

Hairdressers 
If 
If 

Hardware 



...Fruit Grower ... 86 
...Fruit & Flower Jrnl. 86 

...Grocer 86 

...Grocers' Gazette ... 86 

„ Journal ... 86 
... „ Record ... 240 

„ Review ... 240 

...Grocery 240 

...Irish Grocer 245 

... „ Grocery World 246 

...Nest 258 

...Proo. Inst, of Grocers 264 
...Produce Mkts' Rev. 91 
...Scottish Trader ... 270 

...Sporting Goods Rev. 272 

...Hairdressers' Chron. 210 

„ Journal 87 

...Hairdressing ... 240 

...Hardware Journal... 87 
...Hardwaremau ... 241 

...Implement Review ... 213 
...Irish Ironmonger ... 245 

...Ironmonger 87 

...Ironmongers' W'kly 245 
... Manufacturers Hard- 
ware Circular ... 253 



Hatters ... 
Hire Tradings 
Horology... 

Hosiery ... 

If 

Ice Trades 
II 

Insurance 



.Hatters' Gazette 



241 



...Hire Traders' Record 242 
..Horological Journal 242 



.Triide Journal 
.Men's Wear ... 



242 
90 



..Cold Storage Review 231 
.Ice and Cold Storage 243 

..Agents' Journal ... 220 

.Assar. Agents' Chron. 221 

,, Review ... 222 

.Assure 222 

.Bankers & Ins. Mag. 222 
.Bourne'8lnsur.GuiQes224 

..Business 227 

..Commercial World... 84 

..Financial Chronicle 237 

„ Critic ... 237 



Insurance 



Iron Trade 



Jewellers . 



Land Agents 



Laundry 



LeatherTrades. 



Licensed Victs.. 



Machinery 



PAOE 

...Insurance 241 

...Insurance and 

Fmance Chronicle 87 
...InsuranceAdvocate... 244 
... „ Agent ... 244 

... „ Banking Bev. 244 
... „ Finan. Gaz. ... 244 

„ Freeman ... 241 

... „ Gem 214 

... „ Guardian ... 241 
... „ Index 241 

„ Journal ... 211 

„ Magazine ... 244 

Mail 214 

... „ Man 241 

,, Observer ... 87 

,, Opinion ... 244 
... „ Record ... 87 

Spectator ... 214 

... „ Truth 244 

...Journal of Corp. of 

Insur. Brokers... 247 
...Journal of Inst, of 

Actuaries ... 247 

„ of Statistical 

Society .. 248 
...London Telegraph ... 252 
...Nat. Ins. Gazette ... 258 
...Policy Holder ... 263 

...Policy 263 

...Post Maicazine ... 263 

...Review 92 

...Scottish Critic ... 269 

...Searchlight 270 

...Trans, of Ins. Soc. 
of Glasgow ... 271 

...Brass World ... 225 

...Coal and Iron ... 231 
...Colliery Guardian ... 84 
...Compara. Price List 231 
...Engr. & Iron Trades 

Advertiser 235 

...Foundry Trade Jrnl. 237 
...Iron Trade Review 87 
...Jml. of Inst, of Metals 247 

„ Iron Sc Steel 

Institute 247 

„ W. of Scot. 

Iron Ins 248 

...Metal Bulletin ... 25.5 
... „ Industry ... 255 
... „ World ... 90 

...Page's Weekly ... 261 

...British Jeweller ... 226 
...Jewlr. & Metalwrkr. 245 
...Trade Advertiser ... 245 
...Watclmiaker 276 

..Estates Gazette ... 85 
..Estate Magazine ... 236 
..Jml. Land Ag'nts' Soc. 247 
...LandAgents'Record 88 
.. „ Union Journal 249 

...Laundry Journal ... 2.50 

Record ... 250 

...Power Laundry ...263 

..Leather Goods ... 250 
.. „ World ... 8S 
.. ,, Trades Review 88 
..Saddlery & Harness 268 
..Shoe&LeatherNews 92 
„ Recrd. 92 

„ Trader 270 

..Shoe Trades Journal 92 
.. „ Man'f'r8'M'nthly270 

..Gazette 88 

..Licen.sing World ... 89 
..Lie. Trade News. ...250 
..Morning Advertiser 80 
..National Guardian... 196 
..What's Doing(B'ham) 109 

..American Machinist 82 
.British Machine Tool 226 
..Implement lie view 243 

H 3 



64 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DIRECTORY. 



Machirery 



Slechanics 



PAGE 
. 253 
89 
151 
262 



...Machinery 

...Machinery Market... 
...Mechanical World... 
...Phillips' Register ... 

...Amateur Mechanic 220 
.English Mechanic... 85 
...Jnl. of Mech. En.srP 247 
...Junior Mechanics ... 248 
...Mechamcal World... 161 

...Miller 90 

...Millers' Gazette ... 256 
;; Milling 255 

Min.WterTrade Brit. & Col.Trade Jnl 226 



MiUors 



...Review 



255 



Ulning 



Colliery Rescue ... 231 
...Metal World .. 90 

...Minerl. Magazine ... 255 
...Mining Journal ... 90 

. „ Magazine ... 255 
... „ World ... 90 
...M'thly M n'g H'db'k 256 
...Phoenix ... ... 262 

...ScienceandMining... 269 
...Iran, of Inst, of 
Mining Eng. ... 274 



Outfitters 



Paper Trades 



Patents 



..Hatters' Gazette 
..Men's Wear 
...Minister's Gazette 
..Outfitter 



PAGE 
.. 241 
... 90 
... 255 
,.. 261 



...Paper Box Journal 261 
... „ Container ... 261 
... „ Maker ... 261 

... „ Makers' Jml. 261 
...Paper Making ... 261 

...Review 91 

...Wood Pulp Maker ... 278 

...Illustrated Journal... 243 

...Inventor 244 

...Patents 261 

...Trade Marks Jom-nal 271 



Pawnbrokers ...Gazette 



261 



Motor Boat 
Trade 

Motor Trade 



...Motor Boat , 



257 



Music Trades 



...Automobile and Car. 

Builders' Jml. ... 222 

„ Engineer... 222 

...Cooper' 8 Vehicle Jnl. 232 

...Electi-ic Vehicle ... 235 

...Fording 237 

...Garage ... ... 238 

...Licensed Vehicle 

Trade Record ... 260 
...Motor Cycle & Cycle 

Trader 257 

... „ Export Trader 257 

Gazette ... 2.57 

Mart 257 

Trader ... 257 

...Transport 257 

...Owner-Driver . . 261 

...Music TradesReview 267 
...Musical Opinion and 

Trade Review ... 257 
...Phono Record ... 262 
...Piano Maker ... 262 

...Soundwave ... 271 

...Talking Mach.Newg. 273 



Newsagents andB'kAuct'nRec'rds... 224 

Booksellers ...Bookseller 224 

...Book Post 224 

„ ...Book Prices Current 224 

„ ...Bulletin New Books 227 

...Clique 230 

„ ...Cnrrent Literature... 232 

„ ...Irish Newsagent 245 

„ ...Natl. Newsagent ... 258 

„ ...Newsagent 91 

., ...News 'Trade Circular 269 

„ ...Notes on Books ... 259 

„ ...Publishers' Circular 91 

., ...Scottish Newsagents, 

etc 269 

, . ... Sotheran 's Price 

Current 271 

JTurserymen and Horticultural Trade 

Seedsmen ... Journal 242 

„ ...Nurseryman ... 259 

„ ...Orchid Review .:. 260 

World ... 260 

OilfcColorTradeChemical Trade Jml. 229 
,, ...George Broomhall's 

Oilseed News ... 239 
„ ...Oil & Color Journal 91 

Opticians ...Journal and Opto- 
metrist 244 

„ ...Optician 260 

„ ...Watchmaker k Opt. 276 



Petroleum ...Gas and Oil Power 238 

„ Daily Oil Bulletin ... 232 

, . ...George Broomhall's 

Oilseed News ... 239 
„ Jml. of Inst. Petro- 
leum Technologists 247 

Mineralogical Mag. 255 

Oil News 91 

„ Oil Power Eng. ... 260 

Petroleum Times ... 91 

", World ... 262 

Photogrrajhio Brit. Jnl. of Photo- 
Trade... graphy 82 

,, ...Photographic Dealer 262 

Plunxbers Domestic Engin'ring 234 

„ Plumber 263 

,, J'nl.of D'c'rative Art 246 

Potters Brick and Potteiy 

Trade Journal ... 

„ British Clayworker 

„ Pottery and Glass 

Record 

Pottery Gazette 



225 
225 



263 
263 



Printing and Book Post 221 

Publishing.. .British Printer ... 226 

,, Caxton Magazine ... 228 

„ Irish Printer ... 245 

„ Linotype Record ...251 

„ London Typograph- 

ical Journal ... 252 

,, Managing Printer... 253 

„ ModernLithographer 256 

„ Monotype Recorder 256 

„ Newspaper World... 91 

„ Printer ic Stationer 91 

„ Printers' Engineer... 2C4 

„ „ Med. Aid 

Times 264 

„ „ Register ... 264 

, „ SalesAdv't'r 264 

,, Printing Trades ...264 

,, Process Engravers ... 264 

„ Work ... 264 

„ Publishers' Circular 91 

„ Weekly ... 265 

„ ScottishTypographcl 270 

„ Stationer 272 

,, Typographical Circ. 275 

Kailways ... British Railway Divi- 
dends 226 

Electric Rly. & Tram 

.lournal 235 

„ Everyday Science ... 236 

,, Freighters Journal... 238 

, Indian Railway Gaz. 243 

,, IrishRaihvavKeview 245 

Jnl.ofPerm.'WayInst.246 



PA6B 

Railways Railway Signal ... 266 

, „ Enginer 266 

" „ Supplies Jnl. 266 

Tramway and Rly. 

World 274 

Transport & Travel 275 

„ World's Carriers ... 278 

Kubber Trades . . . IndiaRubber Journal 243 

...Rubber Age 268 

...Rubber Companies 

Position 268 

„ ...Rubber Worid ... 92 
„ ... World's Rubber Posi- 
tion 278 

Sanitation ...Jnl.Inst.of San.Engs. 247 

„ Journl. of San. Inst. 248 

,, Mun.Eng.& Sanitary 

Record 90 

„ Sanitary Journal ... 268 

Shipping Aspinall's Maritime 

Law Reports ... 221 

Avonniouth Mail ... 114 

Clyde Bill of Entry 231 

Coal Mer. & Shipper 231 

Commercial Standard 23] 

Compendium ... 231 

Cook's Ocean Sailing 

List 232 

Dally FreightReg.... 233 

Dock and Harbour 234 

East End News and 

Shipping Chron.... 95 

Fairplay 85 

Freighters' Journal 23S 

Greenoclc Telegraph 

and Shipping Gaz. 197 

Handy Guide ... 241 

Hull Trade Transit... 243 

Jnl. of Commerce ,.. 146 

Kellock's List ... 248 

Kemp's Mercantile 

Gazette 248 

Liverpl. Cus. Bill of 

Entry 251 

Lloyd's Dly. Index 80 

,, List 79 

London Customs 

Bills of Entry ... 252 

Marine Caterer ... 254 

Engineer ... 254 

,, Magazine ... 254 

Mercantile Guardian 254 

„ Reporter... 254 

Merch'ntServiceRev. 264 

Metal World ... 90 

Motor Ship 257 

Nautical Ma^zine... 258 

Port of Liverpool 

Sailing List ... 263 

Port of Manchester 

Sailing List ... 263 

Quayside 265 

Rly. & Ship. Journal 26fi 

Shields Gazette ... 170 

I Shipbuilder 270 

Shipbuilding 270 

, Shipowner 270 

Shipping Monthly 270 

„ World ... 92 

, Steamship 272 

, Swansea Register ... 175 

, Syren and Shipping 93 

Trade & Navigation 274 

, Transport & Travel 275 

Wkly. List of Cotton 



.Loco. Journal 
„ News 
...Modern Transport . 
...On the Line ... 
...Railway Age 

„ Engineer. 



252 
252 
256 
260 
266 
, 266 
. 92 



Gazette 
te. Loco.Eng. 266 
Maintenance 266 
Mechanical 

Engineer 266 
Review ... 92 
Service Jnl. 266 
& Shipp.Jnl. 266 



Ships 
.World's Carriers 



Situations 



Slats Trades 



276 
278 

243 



...Imperial Register 
...Labour News 
...Women's Emplymnt 278 
... „ Farm&Gardn. 278 

...Quarry 265 

...Slate Trade Gazette 271 



Sporting Goods Sporting Goods Rev. 272 

Sports Trader ... 272 

„ „ Trade Journal 272 

, Toy Worid & Sports 

Kec 274 



INDEX TO LEADING BRITISH CLASS PAPERS AND PERIODICALS. 



65 



Stationers 



Stoaemasons 

It 

ft 
Sngrar Trade 

Tailors ... 



Telegraphy 



PAGE 
...Britisli Stationers ... 226 
...Caxton Magazine ... 228 
..Irish Newsagent ... 21a 
...Nat. Newsagent ... 2.")8 
...News Trade Circular 259 
...Printer k Stationer 91 

...Stationer 272 

„ World ... 272 

...Quarry 265 

...Settmnker's Journal 270 
...StonoTrades'Journal 272 

...International Sugar 
Journal 244 

...Advanced Styles ... 219 
..Costumes et Man- 

teaux 232 

..Gents' Tailor 238 

.. ,, Fashions ... 238 
..Jul. of Amal. Society 246 
..Ladies' Cutter ... 249 
.. „ Pall Mall Fashs. 249 
...Ladies' Tailor ... 249 
...Le Tailleur de Paris 250 
..London Art Fashions 252 
...London Tailor ... 252 

...Men's Wear 90 

..Minister's Gazette ... 265 

...Outfitter 261 

...Report of Fashion ... 267 
...Sartorial Gazette ... 269 
..Styles of London ... 272 
..Tailor and Cutter ... 273 
..West End Gaaette ... 277 

...Tel. and Telep. Jnl. 273 

..Wireless Mail ... 277 

..Wireless World ... 277 

..Zodiac 279 



PAUK 

Textile Mana&c.Cotton Fac'ry Times 103 

„ ... „ Gazette ... 232 

... „ Ueview ... 232 

,, ...Daily Mail Overseas 

Roition Drapery & 

Textile Supp. ... 8-4 

„ ...Drapery Trades Gaz. 2.34 

„ ...Dyer 234 

„ ...Irish Draper ... 245 

„ ... ,, Linen k Jute 

.journal 244 

„ ...Jrnl. of I..eed8 Univ. 

Textile Assn. ... 246 
„ ...Jrnl. of the Textile 

Institute 248 

,, ...Linen Trade Circular 251 

...Oldham Sp'n'rs' Kpt. 260 
,, ...Textile Manufacturer 273 

,, . ... ,, Mercury ... 151 
„ ... „ Recorder ... 273 

, , ... Weekly List of Cotton 

Ships 276 

,, „ Rec. of Textile 

A.fsociations 276 
...AVeeklyWoolChr't... 276 

„ ...Wool Chart 278 

„ ...Wool Record ... 112 

„ ...Woollen Trades Gaz. 278 

Timber Trade ...Timber 93 

„ ... ,, Trades Joum. 93 

„ ... ,, News 273 

See also Forestry. 
Tobacco Trade ...Cigar &Tob'coWorld 230 
„ ...Irish Tobacco Jmal. 245 

„ ...Trade Review ... 274 

„ ...Tobacco 274 

... „ World ... 274 

Toy ftP'oyO'ds... Fancy Goods Rec'rd 236 

,, ... „ „ Review 236 



Toy ft F'oyO'ds... Fancy Goods Trader 236 
„ ...Games and Toys ... 238 

„ ...Industrial Art Jrnl. 243 

„ ...Leather Goods ... 260 

„ ...Sports Trades .Imal. 272 

„ ...Stationer and Fancy 

Trades Reg. ... 272 
„ ...Toy & F. Gds.Trader 274 

„ ...Toy Shop and Fancy 

Goods Journal ... 274 

...Toy World 274 

Transport ... Canals & Waterways 228 

Commercial Motor 231 

Freighters' Jrnl. .. 2.38 

Modem Transport... 2.56 

Motor Transport ... 267 

Quayside 265 

Transport & Travel 27.5 

Travel by Road ... 278 

...World's Carriers ...278 
Undertakers ...Undertakers'.Journal 275 
Waste Material Waste Trade World 276 
Watchmakers ...Uorological Journal 242 
,, ...Jewellers' k Watch- 

makers' Advertiser 245 
„ ...Watchmaker ... 276 

Water Metropolitan Water 255 

„ Water 276 

Wine & S. TradesBrcwer & Wine Mer. 225 
,, ...Harper's Wine and 

Spirit Gazette ... 87 
„ ...National Guardian... 196 

„ ...Wine Circular ... 277 

„ k Spirit Record 277 

... „ Trade Review ... 277 

Wood Working. ..Home Handicrafts... 241 

„ ...Machine Wood Wker 253 

,, ...Timber News ... 273 

...Wood Worker ... 278 



(2) PROFESSIONAL. 



Accountants 
and Actuaries 



Adrertising 



Architecture 



Art 



...Accountant... ... 81 

...Accountants' Journal 219 

„ Magazine 219 

„ Manual 219 

„ Notes ... 219 

...AssociatedAccts.Jnl. 221 

...Certified Acc'ntants 

Journal 228 

...Incorporated Jrnl... 243 
...Journal of Inst. of... 247 
... „ „ Statistical 

Society 248 

...Secretary 270 

...Transactionsot Scot. 

Fac. of Actnar.... 274 

...Advertisers' Aid ... 219 

Weekly 219 

...Advertising World... 219 

...Consultant 232 

...Impressions ... 243 

...Organiser 2&) 

...System 273 

...Architect 82 

„ Journal... 82 

...Architectural Jrnl... 221 
„ Assoc. Jrnl. 221 
„ „ SketchBk. 221 
„ Review ... 221 

...Builder 83 

...Building News ... 83 
...Garden Cities ... 238 
...Irish Builder ... 244 

...Jrnl. of Royal Inst. 

British Architects 248 
...Jrnl. of Soc. of Arch. 248 
... „ of Surveyors' 

Institute 248 

..Manchester School 
of Architecture ... 253 

...Surveyor 93 

..Town Planning Rev. 274 
..Trans, of Surveyor's 
Inst 275 

...American Art News 220 



Art 



Auctioneers 



Banking 



Chemistry 



..Art Price.s Current 221 
... „ Teachers' Guild 

Record 221 

Workers' Qrtly. 221 

...Burlington Mag. ... 227 

...Colour 231 

...Connoisseur ... 231 

...Drawing 234 

...Jrl.ofDecorativeArt 2-16 
... „ ,, Imperial Arts 

League ... 247 
... „ Roman Studies 246 
...Jrl. of Royal Society 88 
..Kokka (Japanese) ... 249 
...New. Eng. Art Cat. 258 
...Manchester Qu'rt'rly 253 
...School Arts Mag. ... 269 

..Studio 272 

...Sufl 272 

...Tyro 275 

...Auction Gazette ... 222 
..Estates Gazette ... 85 
..Land Agents' Record 88 

..Baukers' Magazine ... 222 

„ Journal ... 222 

..Finance Union ... 237 

..Jrl.of Inst.ofBnkrs. 247 

in Ireland 247 

. . Scottish Bankers' Mag.269 

...Analyst 220 

...Bio-Chemical Jrnl. 223 
..British Pharmacist 225 
..Bulletin of Pharm. 227 
..Chemical Age ... 83 
..Chem. Engineering 229 
.. „ News ... 83 

.. „ Trade Jrnl... 229 
..Chemist & Druggist 83 
. Journal of Chemical 

Technology ... 246 
..Jrnl of Chem. Soc... 247 
. Jml. of Institute of 

Chemistry ... 245 



Chemistry 



Dancing 



Dentistry 



Homoeopathy 



Journalism 



Law 



... Jrnl.of the Society of 
Chemical Industry 248 

...Optician 260 

...Perfumery Record... 262 
...PharmaceuticalJrnl. 91 

...Script 270 

...Trans, of Faraday 
Soc 274 

...Ball Room 222 

...Dancing Life ... 233 
... „ Times ... 233 
World ... 233 

...British Dental Jml. 225 
„ Jnl. of Dental 
Science 226 

...Dental Practitioner 233 
„ Record ... 233 
„ Surgeon ... 233 

...Mouth Mirror ... 257 

...British Homoeopathic 

Joumal 226 

..Homoeopathic World 242 

...Author 222 

...Cat 228 

...Institute Journal ... 244 

...American Journal of 

International Law 220 
...Aspinall'sReports... 221 
...British Record Soc. 226 
...Butterworth's Digest 

of Cases 227 
..Commercial Cases ... 231 
..Conveyancer ... 232 

...Cox's Legal Circular 232 
.. „ Criminal Cases 232 
...Crimin ilAppealCa8es232 
...Dactylography .. 233 
..Gen.Adv'rt'r & Legal 

Record (Dublin) ... 211 
..Index Library ... 243 
..Indian Appeals ... 243 
..lutemtl. Law Notes 244 
..Irish Law Times ... 231 



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Law 



Medical 



260 
251 
263 
2G2 

267 
194 

269 



PAGE 

. Jml. of Comparative 

Legislation ... 246 
.. „ of Parliaments 247 
..Juridical Review ... 248 
..Justice of the Peace 88 
..Law Journal ... 88 

.. „ „ Reports 250 

.. „ Notes 250 

.. „ Quarterly Rev. 250 
.. „ R'p'rtr(Scottish)2.50 
,.. „ Soc. Gazette ... 250 

.. „ Times 88 

..Legal Diary (Irish) 
..Llojds Reporter .. 
..Magisterial Cases .. 
..Perry's Weekly Gaz. 
..Reports of Bank- 
ruptcy 
.Scots Law Times 
..Scottish Law Courts 
Record... 
„ LawRcporter 269 
.. „ „ Review 269 

..Solicitors' Gazette... 271 
„ Journal... 92 
..Times Law Reports 274 
.. „ Cora'cial Cases 274 
..Weekly Notes ... 94 

..Annals of Surgery ... 221 
... „ ofTrop.Med. 221 
..Arch'v's of Radiology 221 
..BirminghamMed.Rev.223 

..Brain 225 

...Bristol Med. Journal 225 
..British Homoeo- 
pathic Jnl. 226 
... „ Jnl, of Children's 

Diseases ... 226 
.. „ Jnl. of Derma- 
tology 226 
... „ Journal of 

Inebriety 226 

Jnl. of Surgery 226 

.. „ J'l.ofTub'rc'losis226 
... „ Medical Journal 82 
...Bulletin of Medicine 227 



PAGE 

Medical Caledonian Journal 227 

Clinical Journal ... 2.S0 

, Dub.Jrnl.ofMed.Sci 234 

EdinburghMed.Jrnl. 235 

„ Ed'burgh Miss. Paper 235 

, Gl.a.'sgow Med. Jml. 239 

„ Health News ... 241 

, Heart 241 

„ Herb Doctor 241 

„ Homffiopathio World 242 

Hospital 242 

,, „ Gazette ... 242 

„ Index Medicus ... 243 

„ Journal of Anatomy 216 

„ „ ,, Cancer ... 246 

„ „ „ Comp'rative 

Pathology 246 

,, „ ,, Genetics... 246 

,, ,, ,, Hygiene... 246 

„ „ ., Laborat'ry 246 

„ „ Laryng- 

ology ... 245 

,, ,, ,, Mental 

Science... 246 

„ „ „ Ob.stetrics 240 

„ „ „ Pathology 246 

„ ., ., Physiolgy. 246 

,, ... RontgenSoc. 247 

„ , „ R.N. Med. 

Service... 248 
,, „ „ State Med- 

icine ... 246 

„ , „Trpcl. Med. 248 

„ Lancet 88 

„ Laryngoscope ... 249 

„ Massage Journal ... 254 

„ Medical Officer ... 89 

, „ Press &Circ. 90 

„ „ Review ... 254 

„ „ Science 

Abstracts 254 

„ Tem.Review 2.54 

., , Times ... 254 

„ , World ... 254 

„ MidlandMedical Jnl. 255 

„ Parisitology 261 

„ Practitioner 264 

,, Prescriber 264 



Medical 



ITursing' 



PAGK 

.. Proc. Royal Society 

Medicine 264 

..Public Health ... 265 
..Quarterly Journal of 

Medicine 265 

..Rev. of Applied 

Entomology ... 267 

..Rev. of Bacteriology 267 
..Review of Neurology 2R7 

..Surgery 273 

..Therapeutic Gazette 273 
..Trans, of Acad, of 

Med. in Ireland ... 274 
..Trans, of Soc. of 

Trop. Med. ... 275 

..Tropical Diseases 

Bull 275 

..VaccinationEnquirer 275 
..West London Med. 

Journal 277 

..Brit. Jnl. of Nursing 228 
..College of Nursing 231 

..First Aid 237 

..Hospital 242 

..Joumal of Obstetrics 246 
.. „ of Chartered 

Soc. of Massage 247 
. . Nurses Near and Far 259 
..Nursing Mirror ... !H 
.. „ Notes ... 259 
.. „ Times ... 91 
...Queen's Nurses Mag. 265 

..Red Cross 266 

„ Gazette ... 266 



Oplitlialmy 



Veterinarians 



.Dioptric Bulletin 
..Institute Journal 
..Optician 



234 
244 
260 



..Animalia 220 

..Horseman 242 

..Jrnl, Comparative 

Pathology... 246 

..Trop. Vet. Bull. ... 275 

..Veterinary Journal 275 

„ Record 276 



(3) EDUCATIONAL, MUSIC & LITERARY. 



Antiquities 



Anti-Slavery 
Anti-Tobacco 
Archteology 



Aatronoiny 



..Antiquaries Journal 221 

..Classical Quarterly 230 

„ Review ... 230 

..Clique 230 

..ConnoiBseur 231 

..Devon and Cornwall 

Notes and Queries 233 
..Indian Antiquary... 243 
...Jnl. of Royal Soc. of 

Antiqs. o£ Ireland 248 
..Museum Journal ... 267 
..Old Lore, Miscel. of 

Orkney 260 
...Anti-Slavery Rportr. 221 
...Danielite Star ... 233 

...Ancient Egypt ... 220 
...Archseologia Cam- 

brensis 221 

...AichsBologia Cantiana 221 
...Archaeological Jrnl. 221 
..Essex Archl. Society 

Trans. 236 

..Journal of Egyptian 

Arclueology ... 245 
..Jnl.of Roman Studies 246 
..Journal of Northants 

Arch. History ... 247 
..Proc. Newcastle Soc. 

Amiiiuaries ... 264 

..Scottish Hist. Rev. 269 
. Wiltshire Magazine 277 
..Vorkshiro Arch. Jnl. 279 



..Antral Ladder 



222 



Astronomy 


...British Journal of 


Botany ... 


..Journal of Linnean 




Astrology 226 




Society 


Tl ••• 


...Chaldajan 22» 




.Kew Bulletin 


Jt 


...Jri.of Brit. Ast. Assn. 246 


II ••• 


.New Phytologist ... 


If 


...Modern Astrology ... 266 


If ••• 


.Physiologist 


)» 


...Monthly Notices ... 256 


Conchology 


..Journal of 


» 


...Observatory 269 


Oeaf andDumb 


.. British DeafTimes... 


Authors 


...Author 222 


II 


Deaf Quarterly News 


>i 


..Fortnightly Jnl. ... 237 


II 


..Messenger 


Blind 


...Beacon 222 


II 


. . Teacher of the Deaf 


If 


...BliLd Advocate ... 224 


Drama and Stage Actor 


») 


...Braille Lit. JnL ... 225 




..Concert World 


»» 


Mail ... 226 


,', ... 


..Drama 


»» 


... „ Musical Mag. 226 


11 


..Dramatic Times ... 


»» 


...Channelsof Blessing 228 


II ••• 


..Encore 


II 


...Comrades 231 




..Era 


II 


...Craigmillar Harp ... 232 


II *'• 


..Hippodrome 


II 


...Hampstead Braille 




..lUus.Dramatio News 




Magazine ... 241 


n 


..Magnet (Leeds') 


II 


...Hora Jucunda ...242 




..Performer 


II 


...Massage Journal ... 254 


II ••* 


..Playgoers Review ... 


1} 


...Moon Monthly Mag. 256 


II 


..Play Pictorial 


II 


...Nuggets 269 


II 


.. PlaysforLittlePeople 


II 


...Progress 265 




..Reid's London Ent. 


II 


...Santa Lucia ... 268 




Guide 




...School Magazine ... 269 


II 


...Referee 


II ••• 


...Weekly Summary ... 276 


II 


..Sketch 


Botany ... 


...Annals of Botany ...221 


II 


..Stage 


II 


...Annals of Bolus 


II 


..World's Fair 


J Hei barium 221 


Education 


..A.M.A 


11 ... • 


...Botanic Garden ... 224 




.. Bondar'sRussian Jnl. 


II 


...Bulletin Royal Bot. 


,1 


..Book -keepers' Mag. 




Gardens 227 


1) 


..British Esperantist 


II 


...Journal of Botany ... 246 


11 


..Child 



247 
248 
258- 
262 
246 
226 
J 238 
2fi<! 
273 
211 
2Ht 
2H 
231 
235 

85 
2-12 

87 



263 

26S 

I 263 

26/ 



221 J 



mMX TO LEADING BRlflSIt CLASS PAPERS AND PERIODICALS. 



Ct 



Education 



PAOE 

...Child Life 229 

...Claaa Teailior ... 230 

...Coinmi^rc'lEducation 231 
...C(>-oper'tve Educator 232 
...Deoininl Educator... 233 

...Education 235 

... „ Guild Quarter) v235 

...BducationalH'ndw'rk2,So 

„ Record ... 235 

Times ... 235 

...English Library Mag. 236 

...Krau(;aiB 237 

...Geogmphioal T'cher 238 
...Head Teachers' Kev. 2U 
...Hisher Education 

Gazette 241 

...Highway 241 

...History 242 

...Hugo's French Jml. 243 
...Indian Education ... 243 

...Inlinito 244 

...Irish Jnl. Education 245 
... „ School Weekly 246 
...Journal of the British 

Science Guild ... 246 
...Jill, of Education ... 246 
...Jnl. of E.xperi- 

inental Pedagogy 246 
...Kindergarten ... 248 
...London Teacher ...252 
...Manual Training ... 253 
...Mathematical Gaz. 2.54 
...Mod. Language Rev. 256 

Languages ... 256 

...Normal Instructor 269 
...Onward and Upward 260 
...Parents' Review ... 261 
...Pedagogical Semin'y 261 

...Philomath 262 

...Plebs Magazine ... 263 

...Primary Education 264 

...School Govt. Chron. 92 

„ Guardian ... 269 

... „ Hygiene ... 269 

„ Magazine ... 269 

„ Music Review 269 

... „ Nature Study 269 

„ Newspaper... 269 

...Schoolmaster ... 92 

...Schoolmistress ... 92 

...Scottish Educational 

Journal 269 

...Secondary Education 270 

...Student 272 

...Teachers' Aid ... 273 
„ of To-day... 273 

Times ... 273 

„ Work ... 273 

World ... 273 

...Technical Jnl. ... 273 
...Times Ed. Suppl. ... 93 
...Bulletin of Entomo- 
logical Research 227 
...Entomologist ... 235 

...Entomologists' Mag. 235 
...ReviewofApp.Entom. 267 
...Transactions of En- 
tomological Society 274 
Esperanto ...British Esperantist 226 

Pood ft Cookery. ..Briti-sh Food Jou'nl 226 
...Eustace Miles' Pro- 
gramme ... 236 
...Food and Cookery 237 

... „ Facts 237 

... „ Supply Manual 237 
...Health Messenger 241 
...Healthy Life ... 241 
...Leach's Cooking 

Series 250 
...Vegetarian Mess'ger 275 
...Clan Lament Jnl. ... 230 
...GenealogicalMnthly 238 

...Genealogist 238 

...Gencalogi.Ht<i Pocket 

Library 238 

...Pedigree Register ... 261 
...Quarterly Queries ... 265 
...Miscellanea Genea- 

logica 265 

...Geographical Jml. 238 
I, Teacher 238 



Entomology 



Oenealo^ 



lOeography 



PAGE 

Oeoffraphy ...Jrol. of Mancbestor 

Geog. Society ... 247 
M ...Scottish Geog. Mag. 269 

Qeology Geological Magazine 2.38 

„ Geologi«ts'A88n.Proc.238 

„ M.inchesfer Geol. 

Soc. Trans. 2^3 
,1 Quarterly Journal ... 265 

Health Rnscnics Review ... 236 

„ Goorl Health 239 

Health & Efficiency 241 

» „ Messenger ... 241 

<• tf News ... 241 

■t I) and Strength 241 

■I ,. Observer ... 241 

„ Healthy Life ... 241 

„ Housing Journal ... 243 

,1 Journal of Hygiene... 246 

I, Jnl. of Physical 

Training 246 

» Malthusian 263 

„ National Health ... 258 

„ Public Health ... 265 

„ School Hygiene ...260 

History American Plist. Rev. 220 

t, Bulletin of School of 

Oriental Studies ... 227 

I, Clan Lament Jnl.... 230 

, English His. Uev. ... 236 

„ History 242 

„ Scottish Hist. Rev. 269 

Libraries Index Library ...243 

„ Librarian 260 

,, Library 250 

It „ Assistant... 250 

II I, Assoc. Rec. 250 

I, „ Journal ... 2.50 

„ , World ... 250 

Literature ... AberdeenBook-lover 219 

I. Apple 221 

„ Author 222 

„ Bard 222 

, Blackwood's Mag.... 223 

,, Book Auction Rec. 224 

„ .. Book Index 224 

„ Bookman 224 

Bookman's Journal 224 

I, Bookseller 224 

Book Lover ... 224 

.1 Prices Current 224 

„ Books for the Bairns 224 

„ of To-Day ... 224 

„ BuIletinofBrit. Lib. 227 

„ Bulletin New Books 227 

I Cambridge Review... 228 

Cassells Book Talk 228 

„ Catholic Book Notes 228 

, Central Literary M ag. 223 

, Chambers Journal... 228 

„ Chapbook 228 

,, Current Literature... 232 

„ Diokensian 233 

I, Edinburgh Review 235 

„ English Library 

Magazine 236 

,, „ Rev. ... 236 

„ Eriu 2,36 

,, Fortnightly Jnl. ... 237 

„ ,, Review ... 237 

„ Goodship Novels ... 239 

,, Great Thoughts ... 240 

„ Inquirer 244 

, Intern. Cat. of Lit. 244 

Irish Monthly ... 245 

,, , Book Lover ... 244 

„ , Statesman ... 245 

I, John 0' London's 

Weekly ... 245 

Jnl.ofRyl.Soc.of Arts 88 

„ Literary Digest ... 251 

„ Guide .. 251 

„ „ &Mus.Rev. 261 

I, Literaturo 261 

,, Luzac's Book Rev. 253 

, M.A.B 253 

I, ManchesterQuarterly 253 

, „ Lit. Soc. Proc. 253 

, Mount Pleasant Mtly 267 

„ Nation k Atheuieum 90 



Literature 



PAOK 

...New Statesman ... 91 
... „ Witness ... »1 
...Notes on Books ... 2B9 
... „ and Querlen... 269 
...Nottingham Public 

Libraries 269 

...Periodical 262 

...Plain English ... 263 

...Poetry 263 

„ Review ... 263 
...Princes Street Mthly 264 
...Public Opinion ... 91 
...Publishers' Circular 91 
...Quarterly Review ... 265 
...Readers'^Guide ... 266 
...Review of Reviews 267 
...Saturday Review ... 92 

...Scribe 270 

. .. Sotheran'sPrice C'mt 271 

...Spectator 93 

...Studies 272 

...Sua 272 

...Times Supplement... 93 
...Voices 276 



Malthusian 
Mathematics 



.Malthusian 



253 



...Astral Ladder ... 222 
. . . M athematicalGazette 254 
It ... I, Questions 264 

,1 ...Messenger of ... 266 

II ...Proc. of London 

Math. Soc. 264 

Quarterly Jnl. of 

Mathematics ... 265 

Mental Science. ..Brain 225 

,t ...Journalof Mental Sci. 246 
11 ...Mind 266 

„ ...New Thought ... 259 

I, ...Phrenologist ... 262 



Meteorolog'y 



Microscopy 



Music 



...Daily Readings ... 233 
... „ Weather Rep. 233 
...Geophysical Journal 238 
... Monthly Sum ofRpts. 266 
...Quarterly Journal ... 266 
...Symon's Met. Mag. 273 
...Weather Reports ... 276 

...Journal of Micrology 246 

of the Society... 248 

...Quarterly Journal ... 266 

...American Organ ... 220 
...Banjo World ... 222 

...B.M.G 224 

Boosey'sDrum&F. Jnl. 224 
...Braille Musical Mag. 225 
...Brass Band Jn'l ...225 
...British Bandsman ... 225 
... „ Music Bulletin226 
...Cavendish Music Bks 228 
...Challenge Journal... 228 

...Choir (The) 229 

... „ Musician ... 229 

...Choralist 229 

...Concert World ... 231 
...CraignullarHarp ... 232 
...Dnnedin Magazine ... 234 

...Era 85 

...Flute Player's Jml. 237 
...Glee Garland ... 239 

...Haigh's Band Jnl.... 240 
...Inc. London Acad. 

M. Gaz 243 

...Lafleur's Fife&D. Jl. 249 
... „ Orchestral Jl. 249 
...Lit. k Musical Rev. 251 
...London Mus. Courier 262 
...Military March Jrnl. 2,55 
...MonthlyMusicalRec. 266 

...Music 257 

... ., and Letters ... 257 
...Music and Youth ... 257 
... „ Student ... 257 
...Musical Budget ... 267 
„ Mail ... 267 

t, Mirror ... 267 

News ... 2o7 

II Opinion ... 257 
„ Progress ... 267 
II Salvationist 257 
„ Standard ... 257 



68 



The newspaper press directory. 



PAGK 

257 
267 
260 
260 
261 
262 



Kusio Musical Times 

Musician's Journal 

OrchestralJournal. 

Orplieus Journal . 

Part Singer ... 

Pitman's Library . 

R.C.M. Mag 266 

Rep.Soc. of Musicians 267 

Sackbut 268 

School Music Kev. 269 

Soundwave 271 

Strad 272 

Sufi 272 

Supp. Military Jnl.... 273 

TalkingMacliineN'ws274 

Troubadour 276 

Violin Budget ... 276 

„ and String ... 276 

Violinists' Gazette... 276 

Wright k Round's 

Brass Band News 279 
Natural HistoryAnnals of Nat. Hist. 221 

Bird Notes 223 

„ Country Side Leaflet 232 

„ Essex Naturalist ... 236 

„ Irish Naturalist ... 246 

„ Journal of Micrology 246 

,, „ „ Northants 

Natural Histoiy 247 
„ Journal of the Nat. 

History of Siam ... 247 
„ Museum Journal ... 267 

„ Naturalist 268 

„ Nature Readrs'Mtly. 258 

„ School Nature Study 269 

„ Scottish Naturalist 269 

„ Selbome Mag. 

Ornithologfy ...Auk 

„ ...British Birds 

„ ..Bulletin of British 

Ornith. Club ... 

„ ...Emu 

„ ...Ibis 

Philosophical ...Hibbert Journal ... 

„ ...Intnl. Jnl. of Ethics 244 

„ ...Magazine 262 

„ ...Manchester Lit. & 

Phil. Soc. Proc. 

,, ...Mind 

„ ...Proc. Camb. Phil. Soc, 

,, ...Quest 

„ ...Transactions 

Phonogrraphy .. .Button's Shorthand 
Magazine ... 

„ ...Eagle 

„ ...Gregg ShorthndM'g. 240 

,, ...High Speed in Short' 



270 
222 
225 

227 
235 
243 
241 



253 
255 
,264 
265 
262 

234 
234 



hand 
...l.P.S. Quarterly 
...Oxford Chi'onicle 
...Oxonian 
...Phonog. Monthly 

„ Observer 
...Pitmanite ... 
...Pitman's Journal 

Short. Wky 263 
...Reporters' Journal 267 

„ Magazine 267 
...Script Short. Jrnl. ... 270 
...Shorthand Budget ... 

Ti Exams. ... 

„ Teacher 
Mag, 



241 
244 
159 
261 
262 
262 
262 
262 



270 
270 



271 



PAOE 
Phrenology ...Phrenologist ... 262 

Physical CultureGood Health ...239 

„ ...Health and Strength 241 

,, ...Jrnl. of Scientific 

Physical Training... 246 
„ ...Physical Society of 

London Proc. ... 262 



Psycholog^y 



Sanitary 



Science 



Spiritualism 



Stage 
Temperance 



...Intnl. Psychic. Gaz. 244 
...Jnl. of Mental Science "246 
...Mind 255 

...Cleansing Superin- 
tendent 230 

...Good Health ... 239 

...Health Messenger ... 241 
...Jnl. Inst. San. Eng. 247 
...Jnl. of Sanitary Ins. 24S 
...Mun. Eng. and Sani- 
tary Record ... 90 
...Sanitary Journal ... 268 

...American Journal ... 220 

...Analyst 220 

...Ann'Isof Ap.Biology 221 
...Bio-Chemical Jnl. ... 223 

...Biometrika 223 

...Chambers' Journal 228 

...Conquest 231 

...English Mechanic ... 85 
...Everyday Science ... 236 
...Jnl. of Micro. Society 246 

...Knowledge 249 

...Man 2.'>3 

...Monist 256 

...Nature 90 

...Phoenix 262 

...Popl'r ScienceSiftings262 
...Science Abstracts ... 269 
... „ andArtof Mining 269 
... „ Progress ... 269 

...Healer 241 

...Herald of the Cross 241 

...Light 89 

...Lyceum Banner .. 253 
...Modern Astrology ... 256 
...Occult Review ... 260 
...Spiritual Power ... 271 

...Sufi 272 

...Two Worlds 275 

...Word 278 

...See Drama. 

...Abkari 219 

...Abstainer 219 

...Alliance News ... 220 
...Ashore and Afloat ... 221 
...B.ofH.Boy'sReciter 222 
...Band of Hope Chron. 222 
„ Review ... 222 
...Brit. Jnl. of Inebriety 226 
...Brit.Temp.Advocate 226 

...Cadets' Own 227 

...Church Temperance 

Tmies 230 

...Danielite Star ... 233 
...Echoes of Erin ... 234 
...Everybody's M'nthly 236 
...Good T. Watchword 239 
,, Tidings ... 239 
... Juvenile Rechabite 248 
„ Templar ... 248 



Temperance 



Theosophy 



Universities 



Vegetarian 

ViTisection 

»» 

Zoology ... 



(4) POLITICAL, SOCIAL & OFFICIAL. 



Arbitration 
and Peace 



Afzioa 



..Arbitrator 221 

...Goodwill 239 

...Herald of Peace ... 241 

..Olive Leaf 260 

..Peace and Goodwill 261 

..Africa and Orient 

Review 219 

.. „ Worid ... 220 
..African Telegraph ... 219 
..Jnl. of Afr. Socy. ... 246 
..Morocco 90 



America American Agricul'ist 220 

„ „ Art News 220 

,, American Jnl. of 

Int. Law 220 

„ Anglo - American 

Trade 220 

„ Anglo-Amer. Times 220 

Auk 222 

„ British and Latin- 
America Gazette 225 

,, Latin-American 

Times 249 



Army 



PAUK 

...London Temp. Times 252 
...Medical Temp. Rev. 254 
...Monthly Notes ... 2h6 
...Nat.Temp. Quarterly 258 

...On the Line 260 

... ,. March ... 260 

...Pioneer 262 

...Present Truth ... 264 
...Railway Signal ... 260 

...Rechabite 266 

...Scot. Good Templar 269 
... „ Prohibitionist 270 
... „ Reformer ... 270 
...Sc. W's Temp. News 270 
...Son of Tenyjerance 271 
...Temperance Bells ... 273 
„ Caterer... 273 
„ Leader... 273 

...United Temp. Gaz. 275 
...Western Temp. H'ld. 277 
...White Ribbon ... 277 

...Wings 277 

...Workers' Onward ... 278 

Own ... 278 

...Young Abstainer ... 279 
...Y Tyst Dirwestol ... 279 

...International Chron. 244 

...Theosophist 273 

„ in Scotland 273 

Ab'rdeenDniv. Review 219 

...Alma Mater 220 

...Bulletin Cambridge 

Univ. Libraiy ... 227 
...Cam. Univ. Reporter 117 
, . . Cambridge Magazine 228 
...Cap and Gown ... 228 
...College Echoes ... 231 
...Durham Univ. Gaz. 234 

...Gambolier 238 

...Granta 240 

...Gryphon 240 

...Loudon Univ. Gaz. 2.52 

...Mermaid 254 

...Old Cambridge ... 260 
...Oxford Univ. Gaz.... 160 

...Q.C.B 265 

...Student (Edinbro) 272 
...University Corres. 275 
...Univ.Extens'n Bulln. 276 
...University of Oxford 

Papers 275 

.,. Danielite Star ... 233 
...Eustace Miles' Pro- 
gramme ... ... 236 

...Vegetarian Messenger 276 

...Abolitionist 219 

...Animals Defender... 221 

« 
...Jnl. of Linnean Soc. 247 
...Novitiates Zoologicse 259 
...Physiologist ... 262 

...Proc.of Malacological 

Soc. London 264 

... „ Physical Soc. 264 

„ Zoolog. Soc. 264 

...Scottish Naturalist 269 

...Trans, of Zoolog.Soc. 275 



...Aldershot Mil. News 102 

Off. Dir. 220 

...Army & Navy Gaz. 82 
Orders 221 

„ Quarterly ... 221 
...British Flag 226 

,, Legion ... 226 

...Bugle Call 227 

...Canadian Sapper ... 228 
...Cavalry Journal ... 228 
...Challenge Journal ... 228 
...Comrades' Journal... 231 
...D.S.S. Bulletin ... 234 



INDEX TO LEADING BRITISH CLASS PAl>ERS AND PERIODICALS. 



69 








PAGE 




PAGE 




PAGE 


Army 


..Forward 237 


Colonies ... 


...Canadian Sapper ... 228 


Irish 


...Irish Poultry W'kly 246 




...Hibemln 241 


... 


...Colonizer 231 


II 


... ,1 Statesman ... 246 


»» •■• 


...Indian Military R'd 243 


11 


...Commercial Weekly 




Worid ... 246 




...Journal R.A.M.C. ... 247 




Statement ... 231 


t* 


...Kerryman 248 


V 


...Jnl.of Royal Artillery 247 


•I 


...Empire Mail ... 2.36 


tt •'• 


...Liberator 260 


'„ 


...Jrnl. of Royal Army 


II 


...Empire Review ... 235 


II 


...Lochrann 252 




Service Corps ... 247 


II ... 


...Emu 235 


,, 


...Macve 263 


... 


...Jc.Unitetl Servicolnat.248 




...European Mail ... 236 


»» ... 


...Old Ireland 211 


;; 


...Journal of United 

t'ervice India ... 248 


II 


...Home and Col. Mail 87 
...Imperial Colonist ... 243 




...Studies 272 


11 


...Khaki 248 


II 


...Moonsonee 256 


ItaUan ... 


.. Italian Chamber of 




...L.R.B. Rocoitl ... 253 


II 


...South Africa ... 92 




Commerce ... 246 


t» 


...Memories 264 


II ... 


...United Empire ... 275 


... 


...Londra Roma 89 


(1 ••• 


...MUitary Cyclist ... 266 




...West Africa 94 








Journal ... 255 






Japanese 


....lapaneseJnl.ofCom. 245 


1, •.. 


„ March Jnl. 2.55 


Conservative 


...Cons'rv'tivo Club's Gz. 231 


II 


...Kokka 249 


fi 


...Naval&M'taryR'cordlGl 


and Unionist 


... ,, Women's Re- 


II 


...Nichi-Ei-Shinshi ... 269 




... „ „ Revw.258 
...Onthe March ... 260 

...Ready 266 

...Rifleman 267 

...Royal Armv Gazette 268 
... „ Artillery Jrnl. 268 


II 
II 

II 


form Assoc. 231 
...Gleanings and Mem. 239 

...Spectator 93 

...Notes from Ireland... 259 


Jewish ... 

If 
II 

II 


...Banner of Israel ... 222 

...Beehive 223 

...Daily World ... 79 
...Eiiat London Fund ... 284 
...Jewish Chronicle ... 87 


ff 


... „ Engineers' Jrl. 268 


Egypt ... 


...Ancient Egypt ... 220 


If 


,, EveningNews 80 


" 


...R.M.A. Magazine ... 267 


II 


...Journal of Egyptian 




Express ... 79 


^ 


...Salisbury Plain Mil. 




Archeology ... 24") 


ti '•• 


,1 Guardian ... 88 


„ 


Dir 268 


)» 


...Near East 90 


II 


„ Opinion ... 245 


ff •" 


...Sapper 269 






ff 


... „ Quarterly Rev. 245 


tt 


...Sentry 270 


Freemasonry 


...Ars. Quat. Coronat. 221 


It 


Times ... 79 


»» ... 


...Supp. Military Jnl. 273 




...Co-Mason 231 


tt 


„ World ... 88 




...United Service Gaz. 94 




...Freemason 86 


II 


. . . Scattered Nation ... 269 


M •" 


...AVTiite Lancer ... 277 


ft 


...Freemasons' Chron. 86 


If 


...Trusting and Toiling 276 


(See also Territorials.) 




..Gavel 238 






Asia 


...Asiatic Renew ...221 
...Calcutta Review ... 227 


II 


...Masonic Sec. Jrnl. 254 
...Northern Freemason 259 


Labour ... 
ff ••■ 


...British Citizen ... 82 
...Clarion 84 


tt *" 


...Imp. and Asiatic Qtly 243 








. . . Constitutional Labour 


tt 


...Jnl. of Asiatic See. ... 247 


French 


...FranfaL" 237 




Journal 231 


„ ... 


...Jnl. of Central Asian 


I) 


...French Quarterly ... 238 


II 


...Daily Herald ... 79 


M 


Society 246 




...La Chronique ... H8 


fi 


...Forward 237 




...Near East 90 


M 


...La Petite Revue ... 249 


II 


. . . GovemmentWorkers' 


" 






...Londres Hebdoma- 




Advocate 240 


Bankruptcy 


...Kemp's Gazettes ... 248 




daire 252 


II 


...HuddersfleldWorker 139 




...Kent Mercantile Gz. 248 






II 


...International Labour 


j^ 


...Perry's Gazette ... 262 


Fr'ndly Soc'ties Depositor 233 




Review 244 


}t 


...Scottish Gai-.i-tte ... 269 




. . . Druid's Quart'ly Jnl. 234 


II 


...Justice »8 


tt 


... Stubbs' Gazette ... 272 


" 


...Foresters' Miscellany 237 


II 


...Labour Gazette ... 249 


)i 


...United Kingdom Ga2. 275 


" 


...Free Gardeners' Jnl. 23s 


ff 


„ Leader ... 160 


Belgian ... 


...Lea Chan tsdeL'Aube 250 




...Giris'FrndlySoc.Jnl. 239 
... „ ,. Quarterly 239 


11 

II "* 


... „ News ... 88 
Pioneer ... 127 


B'ilding S'cietiegGazette 227 




1, Soc. Mag. 239 

...Hearts of Oak Jrnl. 241 


11 


I, Research ... 249 
... 1, Voice ... 249 


Charities ... 


Brothers & Sisters Mag. 227 




...Home Friend ... 242 
Snotrh Girlft' 


II ••• 


... 11 Women ... 249 
...Land Nationaliser ... 249 


11 


...Charity Record ... 83 
...ChOd Welfare Worlc'r 229 

...Homeless 242 

...Night and Day ... 259 


11 


Paper 242 

...Juvenile Rechabite ... 248 


II 


...London Labour Chi. 252 
...National Weekly ... 90 


11 


" 


...Masonic Sec. Journal 254 
...Nat. United Order 


11 

11 


...Pioneer (Bradford) 112 
,1 (Leicester) 145 


11 
»i 


...Our Hospitals and 

Charities 260 

...Our Waifs & Strays 261 
...Young Helpr's Mag. 279 


II 
II 


Free Gardeners' Jnl. 258 

...Our Letter 260 

...Rational Journal ...266 
...Rechabite&Tem.Mag 266 


II 
11 
11 

11 


,1 (Merthyr) ... 152 

...Socialist 271 

Review ... 271 

...Weekly Citizen ... 143 


China 


...China Express ... 83 
...Lamp of China ... 249 


II 
II 


...Shepherd'sMagazine 270 
...Son of Temperance 271 
...Thrift 273 


II ... 


...Woman Worker ... 278 
...Woolwich Pioneer... 99 
...Workers' Friend ... 278 


Civil Service 


...Civilian 84 




...Waterman 276 






i» 


...Educator 235 






Idberal ... 


...Liberal Magazine ... 250 


»» 


...Gazette 230 


Greek 


...Journal of Hellenic 


II 


II Monthly ... 2-50 


tt 


...Gov. Workers Advoc.240 




Studies 246 


II 


... Lloyd George Liberal 


It 


...Hints 230 








Magazine 261 




...Irish C. S. Review... 244 










ti 


...Jnl. of Customs and 


Indian 


...Calcutta Review ... 227 

...India 243 

...Indian Antiquary ... 243 
... „ Church Mag. 243 
... „ Education ... 243 

Mag.&Rev'w 243 

Military Rec. 243 

... „ Raily. Gazette 243 
...Islamic Review ...245 


Local Governmt.Board of Trade Jrnl. 82 


11 

fi 
Colonies ... 


Excise 246 

...Live Wire 251 

...Red Tape 267 

...Student 230 

...Tutor 230 

...British Australasian 82 
,1 Dominions 


II 
II 
II 
II 

II 
II 
If 


ff 

II 

If 
II 


...County Mun. Kec. ... 194 
...Departmental 

Decisions 233 

...JnL of Inst, of Mu- 
nicipal Eng. ... 247 
...Knight's L.G. Repts. 249 
...Local Govern. Chron. 89 
... I, ,1 Journal 89 
... ,1 „ Service 252 
...London Mun, Notes 262 
1, C.C. Gaz. ... 262 




Trade Jnl. 225 


II 


...Jnl.ofE'st IndiaAss. 247 


ff 


,, 


„ Dominions 

Overseas Jnl. 226 


II 


U. Serv. Inst. 248 

...Zenana 279 


II 


„ 


... „ Empire Review 226 








...Medical Officer ... 89 


,. ... 


... „ Export Gazette 226 


Irish 


...Christian Irishman... 229 


II 


...Monthly Circular ... 256 


1* ... 


„ and S. African 


II 


...Erin 236 


If 


...Municipal Journal ... 90 




Exp't Gazette 225 




I 


...Fanfare 236 




,1 Reformer 257 


„ 


... „ Empii-e On. 




1 


...Gaelic Churchman ... 238 


,, 


...PoorLawOfiScers'Jnl. 263 




Record ...'226 




1 ... 


...Hibernian Jnl. ... 241 


II 


Dist. Council 


II 


...Canada ' 83 






...Irish Industrial Jnl. 245 




Journal... 263 


II 


...Canadian Gazette ... 83 






... „ Life 245 


II 


„ &L.GoT.Mag. 263 
...Ratepayer 266 


II 


...Canadian E.vport 




1 


Motor 245 


II 




Pioneer 228 




1 ... 


Newsagent ... 246 


II 


...Taxpayer 273 



76 



THE NEWSPAPER PRESS DI RECTORY. 



Navy 



PAGE 

& Navy Gaz. 



82 
227 
229 
230 
237 



Official 



Parliamentary 



Police 



Polisli 



Poor laaws 



Post Office 



..Army 

..Cfldet. 

...Chart and Compass 

..Church Pennant 

..Fleet 

..Hampshire Telegraph 

and Naval Chron. 162 
..Journal of Royal V. 

Service Inst. ... 248 

..Merchant Service 

Beview 251 

..Nautical Magazine... 258 
..Naval Sc Mil. Record 161 
... ,, „ Review 258 
.. „ War Offi. Jml 258 

...Navy 2.'>8 

... „ League Qtly, 258 

List 268 

...United Service Gaz. 94 

..Board of Trade Jml. 82 
..Dublin Gazette ... 211 
...Edinburgh Gazette... 194 
..Gazette de Guernsey 217 
,..Illus..Iournal Patents 243 
..Journal of ijcpt. of 

Agricxilture (Irisli) 246 
...London Gazette ... 89 
„ „ Sup- 
plements 252 

...Reaistrar's Returns 207 
...Trade & Navigation 274 
...Trade Marks Journal 274 
...W'kly Return Births 276 

..Debates ?6l 

...Jnl. of Parliaments 247 
... Parliamentary Bul- 
letin 261 

...Local Acts during 

Session 251 

...Represtntation ... 267 
...Koss's Records ... 267 
...Vacher's Companion 27S 

...Bulls Eye 227 

...Constabulary Gaz. ... 231 

...Gazette 263 

...Illus. Police News... 87 
...On and Off Duty ... 260 
...Police Chronicle ... 263 
...Review ... ... 91 

...Polish Economic 

Bulletin 263 

...Review 263 

...Poor Law Officers' J1.263 
„ and Local 

Government JIag. 263 
...Poor Law & District 

Council Journal. 



Post Office 



PAGE 
...P.O. Eleo. Eng. Jrnl. 263 
..St. Martin'8-Ie-Grand 268 



...Sub-l'ostmaster 

...Supervising 

...Teleg.andTelep.Jnl 



Primrose League Gazette 



Russia 



Scandinavia 



Scottish 



263 



...Oovernment Workers' 

Advocate 240 

...Irish Postal Gdn. ... 245 

...Post 263 

...P.O. Controlling 

Officers' Journal 263 
... „ Daily List ... 263 
... „ Weekly List ... 263 
... „ Guide 263 



Secularism 



Socialism 



Society 



...Free Russia 

...Proc. Anglo-Russia 

Lit. Soc. ... 
...Russo-Brit. Ch. of 

Commerce Jnl. ... 
...Russian Buyers' 

Guide 

...Russian Life 



272 
273 
273 

264 

238 

. 261 

268 

268 

268 



...Anglo-Norweg'n Jnl. 220 
... „ Swedish Jnl. 220 
...Swedish Journal ... 273 

...An dte Gr<Sine ... 220 
...Celtic Monthly ... 228 
...SuthnaBliadimtt ... 240 

...Liberty 250 

...Scottish Chronicle ... 269 
... „ Gazette ... 269 
... „ Histr.Review 269 

„ Kinema 

Record 269 

., Newsagents, etc. 269 
.. „ Poultry News 2B9 
Review ... 270 



Society 



...Freedom 
..Freethinker 



238 
23ti 



...Sketch 
...Smart Society 

...Tatler 

...Truth 

...Vanity Fair ... 
...West 



PAGE 

... 92 

... 271 

... 93 

... 9t 

... 275 

... 277 



South African 



...Brit.&S.A. Ex. Gaz. 225 
...Flowering Plants ... 237 
...South Africa 
...S'th Afr'n Domestic 
Monthly ... 

„ Engineering 

„ Pioneer 



92 



271 
271 
271 



South American America-Latina ... 220 

„ ...Journal 92 

...South America ... 271 



Spain 



...El Comercio His- 
pano-Britdnico ... 235 

...Spanish Chamber of 
Commerce 271 



...Bradford Socialist 

Vanguard 225 

...Clarion 84 

...Daily Herald ... 79 

...Facts agnst.Socialism 236 

...Forward 237 

...Freedom 238 

...Huddersfield Wrker 139 

...Individualist 243 

...Justice 88 

...Labour Leader ... 150 
...Land Nationaliser ... 249 

...Pioneer 262 

...Socialist 2T1 

„ Review ... 271 
...Spur 272 

...Brighton Society ... 114 

...Bystander 83 

...Clifton Chronicle ... 115 
...Court Journal ... 81 

...Eve 86 

...Gentleman'sJoumal 2-38 



.Gentlewoman 
...Irish Life ... 
... ,, Society... 
...Ladies' Field 

...Lady 

...Lhdy's World 
...Mayfair 

...Pan 

...Patrician 
...Pelican 

...Queen 

...Scot'8 Pictorial 



86 

245 

245 

8i 

88 

249 

264 

261 

, 261 

. 261 

. 91 

. 107 



Suffrage ... 


...Catholic Citizen ...228 




...Church Militant ... 230 


)' '** 


...Cons. Women's Re- 


,j ... 


form Assoc. •■■ 231 




...Tntrntl. Women's 


•1 


Suffrage News ... 244 




...Monthly News ... 255 


" ' .. 


...Occasional Paper ... 259 


" 


...Vote 2'6 


u •" 


...Workers' Drdnaught 278 


Territorials 


...London Scot. Gaz. 252 




...Territorial Serv. Gaz. 93 



Town Planning Garden Cities ... 288 

...Housing Journal ... 243 
...Scottish Smallholder 270 



...Smallholder... 



Gazette 



...Review 



Wales 



271 

271 
274 

126 
22S 
233 
233 
101 
234 



...Baner ac Amserau... 
...Cenad Hedd 

...Cymru 

r Plant ... 

...Darian 

...Dysgedydd 

...EurgrawnWesleyaidd 236 
...Herald Cymraeg ... 119 
...London Welshman. 
...Pulpud Cymru 
...Seren Cymru 
... „ Gomer 
...TrvBorfa'r Plant . 
...Udgom 

...Wawr 

...Welsh Outlook 

...Y Brython ... 

...Y Clorianydd 

...Y Dydd 

...Y Genedl Gymreig 

...Y Gorlan ... 

...Y Gymraes ... 

...Y Seren 

...Y Traethodydd 

...YTyst 

...Y Werin a'r Eco 

...YWyntyll ... 



265 
119 
270 

275 

im 

276 
277 
147 
147 
127 

lis 

279 

27 

104 

27S 

I6i 

lit 

145 



(5) RELIGIOUS. 



Baptist Baptist Monthly ...222 Baptist 

„ „ Itecord ... 222 

Times ... 82 

, Divine Light&Truth 234 

„ Earthen Vessel ... 234 CathoUo 

„ Go.^^pel Standard ... 240 

„ Missionary Herald... 256 

„ ScottishBap. Mag.... 269 



...Seren Cymru ... 119 

yr Ysgol Sul 270 

...Strict Baptist Mis- 
sion Herald ... 272 
...Annals See. of Holy 

Childhood 221 
...Banner of Truth ... 222 
...CathoUo 228 



Catholic 



.Catholic Book Notes 22! 

. „ Bulletin ... 22( 

. " Citizen ... 22} 

„ Federationist 221 

. , Fireside ... 22{ 

,, Gazette ... 22f 

. ' Herald ... 8! 

. „ „ (Edinb's) m 



mpm TO LEADING ^RtTlSH CLASS PAfEtlS AND PEHtODtCALS. 



n 



PAOK 

I'.itholic CatlioKoHoraeJrnl. 228 

I, „ Missions ... 228 

, „ Monthly ... 228 

>, „ Times ... 83 

If „ Women's 

henguv. Mag. 228 

., Christian Democi at 229 

.. Church Union Gaz. 230 

„ Cross 232 

i> I'owryofMary ...234 

fi Dublin Review ... 234 

)) Eecleaiftdticftl Review 234 

., Fife Catholic Herald 196 

„ Free Catholic ... 23S 

f GInsKOw Star and 

Examiner 196 

I. Guth na Blladhnn ... 240 

„ Imeldist 243 

II Irish Catholic ... 211 

, „ Henild 2H 

„ Eccles. Rcc. ... 245 

i> „ Rosary 245 

„ Month 256 

,1 Roeary 267 

,1 Society Circular ... 228 

„ South Coast Catholic 

Herald 92 

„ St. Peter's Net ... 269 

I, Symbol 273 

Tablet 93 

i. Universe 94 

.1 Warrington Catholic 

Magazine 276 

Welsh Cath. Herald 118 

Christadelpliian Chrisladelphian ... 229 

Christian Hudeavonr : 

„ C. E. Times 229 

II II ...Irish Endeavour ... 245 

Chnrch Army ...Gazette 2:i0 

1. II ...Our Monthly ... 261 
» Review 230 

„ Guilds.. .Guild Life 240 

Ch. of England ...British Evangelist... 226 

I, ... ,, Messeuger ... 226 

11 ...Challenge 83 

), ...Chelmsford Diocesan 

Chronicle 229 

„ ...Chron. of Cen. Brd 

of Miss 229 

II ...Church Family Paper 84 

II ... I, of Eng. Pulpit 230 

.. ... „ QuarterlyRev. 230 

!. ... I, Standard ... 230 

I. Times ... 84 

., ...Churchman's Mag.... 230 

,, ...ConstnictiveQuartly. 231 

„ ...Cyfaill Eglwysig ... 233 

„ ...English Churchman 85 

.. ... ,, Church-Woman 235 

,, ...Guardian 87 

„ ...Home Words ... 242 

,, ...Lighten Our Darkness25I 

II ...Men's Magazine ... 254 

II ...Modem Chunhnmn 256 

11 ...National Church ... 258 

II ...Protestant All. Mag. 265 

II ... ,, Woman... 265 

„ ...Quarterly Notes ... 265 

,, ...Record 02 

„ ...Young Protestant ... 279 

Ch. of Ireland ...Gazette 210 

,1 II ...Irish Churchman ... 244 

„ ,, ...Monthly 230 

Congregational Dysgedydd 234 

1. - 11 y Plant... 234 

., ...Irish Cong. Mag. ... 244 

„ ... Liverpool Con g. Mag. 25 1 

,1 ...Scottish Cong. ... 269 

„ ...yXyst 1.52 

SiseBtabUshment Liberator 250 

Free Church ...Free Church Chron.... 238 
II It ■•■ II Churei mau ... 238 

, „ ...Instructor 244 

,, ,, ...Monthly Record ... 266 

Jewish Jewish Chronicle ... 87 

.1 Prophetic News ... 266 

>> Scatteroil Nation ... 209 

Kissionary ...Across the Seas ...219 



Missionary 



PAGE 
...All the World ... 220 

...Angola Miss. Mag.... 220 
...Annals of Soc. of Holy 

Childhood 221 
...Ashore and Afloat ... 221 
...At Home and Abroad '22i 
... Banner of Truth ... 22i 

...Beehive 223 

...Bible Und.s 223 

...Blessed be Egypt ...224 
...Bright Words ... 225 
...Brothers and Sisters 

Magazine 227 

...Catholic Gazette ... 228 
,1 Missions ... 228 
...Children's League of 

Pity Paper ... 229 

...Child's Guardian ... 229 
...China's Millions ... 229 
...Chronicle of Cent. 

Board of Klissions 229 
...Chronicle of London 

Missionary Society 229 
...Church and People... 230 
... „ and the Sailor 2.30 
... „ Friendly ... 230 
„ Miss. Review 23i) 
...City Sparrows ... 230 
...C.M.S. Outlook ... 231 
...Darkness and Light 233 
... Dawn in Central Asia 233 

...Delhi 233 

...East and the West ... 234 
... „ London Fund for 

Jews 234 
...Eastward Ho ... 234 

...Echoes of Service ... 231 
...Egypt Mission News 235 
...Flames of Fire ... 237 
...Foreign Field ... 237 

I, Miss. Chron. 237 

...Go or Send 239 

...Greater Brit. Messen- 
ger 240 

...Greatheart 240 

...Guild Life and WorK 240 
...Heart of Africa 

Magazine 241 

...Highways & Hedges 241 
...Home Organ Dept. 

Magazine ... 242 

I, Mission Field... 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 215 

II „ Intelli- 
gence 245 
...King's Messenger ... 249 
...Lakher Pioneer ...249 
...Lamp of China ... 240 
...Land of Siuim ... 249 
.Layman's Bulletin... 230 





...Life and Work 


250 




...Light-Bearer 


251 




...Links of Help 


251 




...Little Darkies' 






Budget 


. 261 




... London CityMiss.Mag 262 


,J 


...Lord's Portion 


253 




...Missionary Echo .. 


. 2.W 


It 


Herald .. 


265 




1, Leaves .. 


255 




1, Review .. 


256 




Worker.. 


265 




...Mission Field 


265 




„ Hospital .. 


25G 




...Moravian Missioui .. 


266 




. . . News from Afar 


258 




...Night and Day 


259 




...North Africa 


259 




... „ British Coluni 






bia News 259 



Missionary 



PAOK 
269 
260 
261 
261 
261 
261 
264 
266 



...Nurses Near k Far 

...One by One 

...Our Sisters 

... II Waifs 

... „ Work 

...Oxford Mission 
...Prim.Meth.Miss.IIer 
...Raiiynrd Mngnzine... 
...Record of Miss. Work 266 
...Regions Beyond ... 267 
... Koimd World ... 268 

...St. Joseph's Advocate 268 
...Seed Time & Harvest 270 
...South America ... 271 
...South America Mis*. 

Mag. 271 
...Southern CrcBS Log... 271 

,, Rhodesia... 271 
...Star in the liast ... 272 
...Strict Bant. Miss. Hid. 272 
...Toilers of the Keep... 274 

...Treasury 275 

...Trusting and Toiling 275 
...Universal Bro'hood 275 
... Western Kf/un.Africa 277 
...Wiihout the Camp ... 278 
...Women's Work ... 278 
...Wonderlands ... 278 

...Workers at Home ... 278 
...Znmbesi Indus. Miss. 279 

„ Mission 

Record 279 
...Zenana 279 



Mohammedan ...Islamic Review 



,.. 245 



Moravian ...Moravian Messenger 256 

II „ Missions ... 2.56 

II Periodical Accounts 262 

Non-Sectarian ...British Weekly ... 82 

I, ...Christian 83 

■> ... „ Advocate 208 

>f ... II Herald ... 84 

World ... 84 

•I ... II II Pulpit 229 

„ ...Life and Liberty ... 250 

„ ...Sunday Companion 272 

P.S.A Brotherhood ... 226 

., P.S.A. Bro. Journal 265 

Presbyterian ...Irish Presbyterian ... 245 

I > , . . Messenger for Children 255 
,1 ...Missionary Herald ... 255 

II ...Our Own Magazine... 261 
II ...Presbyterian ... 264 
II ■■• 11 Messenger 264 
II ...Reformed Pres. Wit- 
ness 267 

II ...Treasury 275 

...Witness (Belfast) ... 209 

Frim.MethodistsPrimitive Meth.Ldr. 91 
II II ... 11 II Herald 264 

I) II •■■ II I, Sunday 

School Mag. 264 
II II ...Preacher's Mag. ... 264 



Salvation Army All the World 
,1 ...Bandsman ... 



... 220 
222 

,1 ...Deliverer 233 

„ ...Field Officer 237 

II ...Musical Salvationist 267 

I, ...War Cry 94 

„ ...Warrior 276 

,1 ...Young Soldier ... 279 

Sooi'tyorTrieudsFriend 86 

I. ... „ Qtly. Examiner 238 

I. ... ,, Witness ... 238 

„ ...Jnl. of Friends Hist. 

Soc. 247 

„ ...One and All 260 

I, ...Workers at Home ... 278 

Sunday Schools... Believers' Pathway 223 
„ ...Church Sun.Sch.Mag. 230 

„ ...Morning Rays ... 267 

I, ...Notes on Lessons ... 259 

„ ...Pocket Lesson Book 263 



72 



THE NEWSPAPER PEESS DIKECTOM. 



PAKE 

SimdayScliool8...Prim.Meth. S.S.Mag. 264 
„ ...Sabbath Sch. Teachers' 

Monthly 268 
,, ... Scottish Nat.Sab.Sch. 

Magazine 269 

„ ...Sunbeam 272 

,, ...Sunday Sch. Chron. 93 

„ ... „ Monthly 272 

„ Times 273 

„ ...Teachers and Taught 27.3 

...Wesleyan S. S. Mag. 277 

,, ...Westminster Teacher 277 

„ ...TLladmerydd ... 279 

,. ...Young Watchman 279 

Swedeuborgian New Church Mag. ... 258 



PAGE 

Unitarian ...Christian Life ... 84 

„ ...Inquirer 244 

„ ...Unitarian Monthly ... 276 

...Yr Ymofynydd ... 279 

Wesleyan ...Christian Words ... 229 

. . . Eu - grawn Wesleyaidd 236 

...Foreign Field 237 

...Guild 240 

...Joyful News 248 

...Local Preachprs' Mag. 252 
...Mag.ofW. Meth.Ch. 253 

...Manx Record 254 

...Methodist Expositor 255 
„ Recorder ... 90 



PAG I 

Wesleyan ...Methodist Times ... 90 

,, ...Meth. and S. S. Mag. 271 

...United Methodist ... 9-! 

,. Mag. 27.' 

„ Wesley Bible Union 

Journal 27' 

„ ...Wesleyan Record ... 27; 

,, ...YDrysorfa 2T! 

„ ...Ymwelydd 27i 

T.M.C.A. ...L'poolY.M.C.A.News 25: 

,, Our Own Gazette ...26! 

,, Polytechnic Magazine 261 

Red Triangle ... 26; 

, Y.W.C. A. Monthly 

Letter 27! 



(6) SPORTS, PASTIMES, ATHLETICS, HOBBIES & PETS. 



Aeronantics 



Animals 



Athletics . 



Badminton 
Bees 



Billiards . 
Birds 



Camping ... 

Cats 

Chess 

Competitions 

Conjuring 

Country Life 



...Aeroplane 81 

...Air 220 

...Aircraft 220 

...Automobile Engineer 222 

...Aviation 222 

...Flight 86 

...Animal World ... 221 

,...\nimalia 220 

...Animals' Defender... 221 
,, Friend ... 221 
...Band of Mercy ... 2';2 
...Fur and Feather ... 23,s 
...Hamlyn's Menagerie 
Mag 241 

...Athletic News (Man- 
chester) li'.O 

...Boxing ... 82, 224 

...Gaelic Athlete ... 211 
...Health* Strength 241 
...Mirror of Life ... 90 
...Sport and Play ... 271 

...Badminton Mag. ... 222 

...Bee Keeper's Gazette 223 
... „ „ Record 223 

, World 223 

...British Bee Journal 225 
...Irish Bee Journal 244 

...Billiard Player ... 223 

..Bird Lover 223 

... „ Notes 223 

... „ ,, and News 223 
...British Homestead... 226 

...Cage Birds 227 

...Feathered Racer ... 236 
...Feathered World ... 85 
..Fur& Feather & Cats 238 

...Gamekeeper 238 

„ Gazette 238 

...Homing Pigeon ... 242 
...National Poultry 

Journal 258 

...Oologists' Exchange 

and Mart ... 260 

...Oologists' Record ... 260 
...Pigeons ..'. ... 262 
..Poultry Keeping ... 263 
..Racing Pigeon ... 266 
..Scottish Poultry News 269 

...Camping 228 

..Fur & Feather & Cats 238 
...Chess Amateur ... 229 
...Competitors' Journal 231 

...Magic 253 

... „ Circular ... 263 
...Magician Monthly 263 
..Country Heart , ... 232 
... „ Life ... 84 

„ SideLeaiiet 232 

...Field 86 

...Gentlemen's Journal 238 
..Ladies' Field ... 88 

...Gamekeeper ... 238 

„ Gazette ... 238 

...Irish Field 2U 

...Scottish entry Life 269 
...Scottish Field ... 269 



Croquet 
Cycling 



Dogs 



Fishing 



Football 



Gardening 



Golf 



Hobbies 



...Croquet Ass. Gaz. 232 

...C. T. C. Gazette ... 232 

...Cycling 232 

...Irish Cyclist 246 

...Military Cyclist ... 255 
...Sport and Play ... 271 

...Collie Folio 231 

...Horse and Hound ... 87 
...Kennel Gazette ... 248 
...Our Dogs 260 

...Angler 220 

...Anglers' News ... 220 
...Brit.Sea Anglers Soc. 

Quarterly ... i;26 

...Fishing Gazette ... 86 
...Salmon & Trout Mag. 268 

...All Sports (Illus.) ... 220 

...Boxing World ... 224 

...Football Favourite 237 

„ Herald ... 161 

„ Leader ... 237 

Post ... 175 

Special ... 237 
...Manchester Football 

News 160 

...Racehorse & Football 265 
...Raoing&FootballMail 266 
...Racing and Football 

. Outlook 266 

...South Wales Foot- 
ball Express ... 118 
...South Wales Foot- 
ball Echo 118 

...Amateur Gardening 81 
...Floriculture ... 237 

...Free Gardeners' Jml. 238 

...Garden 86 

... „ Life 238 

... „ Work ... 238 

...Gardeners' Chronicle 86 
...Gardening Illus. ... 86 
...House and Garden... 242 
...Irish Gardening ... 246 

...My Garden 267 

...Orchid Review ... 260 
World ... 260 

...All Sports (Dlus.) ... 220 
.-Golf (Illustrated) ... 239 

... „ Trader 239 

...Golfing 239 

...Golf Monthly ... 239 

...Amateur Mechanic 220 

...Brio-a-Brac 225 

...Burlington Mag. ... 227 
...Collectors' Jnl. ... 231 
...Connoisseur ... 231 

...Handicrafts 241 

...Hobbies 241 

...Home Handicrafts ... 241 
...Junior Mechanics ... 248 
...Model Engineer ... 250 
...Modelling Monthly 256 
...Wood Worker ... 278 

...Work 278 

...Horse and Hound ... 87 
...Horseman 242 



Horses 



Lawn Tennis 
Live Stock 



Motoring.. 



Numismatics 



Philately... 



Photography 
It 

Polo 
Foultry ... 



...Live Stock Journal... 8i 
...Trotting World ... 27; 
...Veterinary Journal... 27i 
„ Record ... 27( 

...Lawn Tennis ... 251 

...Fowls for All ... 23; 

...Fur and Feather ... 23i 
...Live Stock Journal 8i 
...Poultry Keeping ... 26! 
...Scottish Farmer ... 19; 

...Auto 221 

...Autocar S'. 

...Autocycle 22! 

...Automotor Journal 8; 
...Car Illustrated ... 8: 
...Commercial Motor... 23: 

...Fording 23' 

...Irish Cy. and Motor 

Cyclist ... 24J 

Motor ... 24j 

...Light Car and Cycle 

Car 25 

...Military Cyclist and 

Motorcyclist .. 25 

...Motor 9 

.. „ Commerce ... 26 
.. „ Cycle ... 26 

... „ Cycling ... 26' 
... „ News ... 26 

Owner ... 26' 

... „ Ship and Boat 25 

... „ World 25' 

...Road 26 

...Chronicle 26 

...Circular 26 

...Collectors' Journal... 23 

...British Philatelist 22 
...Collectors' Journal... 23 
...Ewen's Wkly. News 23i 
...Grieberts' Notes ... 241 
...Jmlof Phil. Lit. .Soc. 24 
...London Philatelist... 25 
..Marsh'sW.Philatelist 25 
...Oswald Marsh's Cir. 26 
..PhilatelicJournal ... 26 
„ Magazine 26 

..Postage Stamp ... 26 
...Shaws' Journal ... 27 
...Stamp Collecting ... 

„ Collector ... 27 
... „ Coll. Journal 27 
... „ ., F'tn'tly 

„ Lover ... 27 

...West End Philatelist 27 

..Amateur Photogphr. 22 
..Ciub Photographer 23 
..Photogr'phio J'nal 26 
.Polo Monthly ... 26 
..British Homestead 22 

..Eggs -^ 

..Feathered World ... 8 
..Irish Poultry Weekly 24 
..Journal of Brit. Soc. 

Aviculture ... 24 
..Poultry 

„ Keeping ... 2C 

,, News 
.. „ World ..261 



INDEX TO LEADING BRITISH CLASS PAPERS AND PERIODICALS. 



73 



Swotintr . 



(portinff . 



..Rifleman 
.Shooting Times 



PAOR 

... 267 

... 270 



..All Sports Illus. ... 220 
..Athletic Ncwa ( Man- 
chester) 150 

..Badminton Mag. ... 222 
..Bailv'ii Magazine ... 222 

...Boxing 224 

...Boxing World ... 224 

..Cricketer 232 

..Diamond RacingJnl. 233 
..Evenins New.s Buff 111 
..Illus. Sporting News 87 
..Ireland's Sat. Night 208 

..Irish Field 211 

.. „ Life 245 

.. „ BacingCal'ndar 24-5 

..Jockey 245 

..Leisure and Sport ... 2.50 
..Lotinga'sWk-endSp. 263 
..Mc'Call's Racing 

Chronicle ... 254 

..Midland Sportg.Gaz. 157 
..Mirror of Life ... 90 
..Newmarket News ... 155 
..N.R. A. Journal ... 259 



PA OK 

Sportlntp Racing and Football 

Mail 266 

,, Racing and Football 

Calendar 266 

„ Critic ... 266 

„ Expert ... 26.') 

,, Investigator 266 

„ „ Judge ... 265 

, , Opinion ... 266 

„ „ Outlook ... 266 

„ Specialist ... 266 

„ World ... 92 

, Ruff's Guide 268 

School and Sport ...269 

Scottish Field ... 269 

„ Services and Sports 

Mag 270 

Sport (Dublin) ... 211 

„ „ Pictures ... 272 

„ „ Rac'gUp-to-date271 

„ „ Times 93 

„ World ... 93 

„ Sporting Chronicle 151 

, „ H'cap Book ... 271 

„ Life 80 

, LifeRacingG'de 272 

„ Star 185 



PAGE 

Sportingr Sports Mail (Hull)... 139 

„ „ Mail( Dublin) 211 

, „ „ (L'ic'st'r) 144 

,, , Mercury ... 145 

,, News ... 115 

„ Post 143 

„ Sportsman 80 

„ Snortsman's Guide 272 

„ Sunday Sportsman 81 

„ Town Topics ... 93 

„ Trotting World ...276 

Winner 277 

„ Winning Post ... 94 

, Yorkshire Early Bird 170 

Touring ...Alpine Journal ...220 

,, Bradshaw's Routes... 225 

Cook'sTr'veller'sGaz 2.32 

, Cook's Ocean List... 232 

C.T.C. Gazette ... 232 

„ Scottish Mountain- 
eering Journal ... 269 

Traveller De Luxe ... 275 

Tachting & Boating 

„ ...Cruising Ass. Bull.... 232 

,, ...Life Boat 251 

„ ...Yachting World ... 94 

,, ... „ Monthly... 279 



lits ft Select'ns Answers 221 

Bits of Fun 223 

W „ Children's Newspaper229 

Story Teller 229 



(7) FASHION & MISCELLANEOUS. 



Joys' 



Ideas 


243 


Pearson's Weekly .. 


. 261 


People's Friend 


. 262 


Red Letter 


. 266 


Tit Bits 


. 274 


Topical Times 


93 


Wkly.Tgh.(Shffield) 94 


Wkly. Welcome 


276 


...Boys' Brigade Gaz. 


224 


Cinema 


224 


... „ Friend 


224 


... „ „ Library 224 


... „ Herald 


224 


... „ & Girls' Mag. 


224 


... „ Own Librar; 


224 


... „ Own Paper .. 
... „ Pictorial 


224 


82 


...Bov Scouts Gaz. .. 


224 


. .Bu&aloBill Library 


227 


„ Novels 


227 


...Captain 


228 


...Child's Companion 229 


...Chums 


230 


...Diamond Library .. 


233 


...Gem Library 


238 


...Life Saving 


251 


...Music and Youth ,. 


257 


...Nelson Lee Library 


258 


...Our Boys' Magazine 


260 


...St. George's Mag. .. 


268 


...Scout 


270 


...Sexton Blake Lib. .. 


270 


...Trail 


274 


...Union Jack 


275 


...Young Britain 


279 


...Bits of Fim 


223 


...Butterfly 

...Chatterbox 


227 


229 


...Chicks' Own 


229 


...Chips 


229 


...Chuckles 


230 


...Comic Cuts 


231 


„ Life 


231 


...Film Fun 


237 


...Funny Wonder 


238 


...Jester 


246 


...Kinema Comic 


248 


...Laughable Dialogues 250 


...Little Sparks 


261 


...Lot o' Fun 


263 


.. Lucky Tub 


253 


...Merry and Bright ... 


255 


Moments 


265 


...Peep Show 


261 


...Puck 


266 


...Punch 


91 


...Rainbow 


266 



Comic 



Fashions 



Oirls' 



...Rally 266 

...Tiger Tim's Weekly 273 

...Advanced Styles ... 219 
...Best Way Fashions 223 
...Blackmore'sFashions223 
...Butterick Quarterly 227 
...Children's Dress ... 229 
...Coming Fashions ... 231 
...Daily Mail Fashions 233 

...Delineator 233 

...Enquire Within ... 2.35 

...Eve 85 

...Fashions for All . . 236 

...Femina 237 

...Home Fashions ... 242 

...La Blouse 249 

...Ladies' Cutter ... 249 
... „ P.M.Fashions 249 
... „ Tailor .. 249 

... ,, Wear Trade Jl. 249 
...Lady of the House... 249 
... „ Cat. of Fash. 249 
...Leach's Children's 

Fashions... 2 
... „ Home'Dress- 

maker ... 250 
... „ Newest Fashions 250 
...Les Chapeaux ... 250 
...Les Elegances Paris- 

iennes 260 

...Le Tailleur de Paris 250 
...Lon. Art Fashions ... 252 
...Mde. Maude's Cat. 253 
...Metropol. Fashions 255 
...Old Eng. Costumes 200 

...Original 260 

..Practical Fashions... 264 
...Reportof Fashion ... 267 
...Sohild's Fancy Cos- 
tumes 269 

...Styles of London... 272 

...Vanity Fair 275 

...Weldon's Journals... 276 
...West End Gazette... 277 
...Women's Wear ... 278 

...Bow Bells 224 

...Boys' & Girls' Mag. 224 

...Bntish Giri 226 

...Girls' Cinema ... 239 
... „ Club Journal... 239 
... „ „ News ... 239 
... „ Friend ... 239 

... „ „ Library 239 
... „ Guide Gazette 239 
... „ Guildry Gazette 239 
... „ Home Library 239 

... „ Minor 239 

... „ Own Paper ... 2.S9 
... „ ,, Stories ... 239 
... „ Weekly ... 239 

...Home Friend ... 212 



Girls' 



Ladies 



Matrimony 



...Music and Youth ... 257 

...Our Letter 260 

...Peg's Paper 261 

...Polly's Paper ... 263 

...Enquire Within ... 235 

...Eve 85 

...Evervwoman's ... 236 
...Family Herald ... 236 
„ Journal ... 236 
...Forget-me-not ... 237 
...Gentlewoman ... 86 

...Home Chat 242 

„ Companion ... 242 

„ Dressmaker ... 242 

„ Journal ... 2-12 

„ Magazine ... 242 

... „ Notes ... 2-12 

... „ Weekly ... 242 

...Ladies' Cutter ... 249 

■ • „ Field ... 88 

-. „ Tailor ... 249 

-Lady 88 

..Lady of the House 249 
..Lady's Companion... 249 
... „ World ... 249 

...Our Home 260 

...Queen 9i 

...Weldon's Journals 276 
..Woman's Life ... 278 
..Women's Weekly ... 278 

World ... 278 

..Y Gymraes 279 

...Link 251 

...Matrimonial Circle 254 
„ Gazette 264 
„ Post ... 254 
„ Times 254 



Mothers ... 


...Child 229 


„ 


... „ Life 229 


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...Creche News 232 


tt 


...Maternity 254 


,, 


...Mothers' Union Jml. 257 




„ in Council 257 


„ 


...Scot'sh Mothrs' Mag. 269 


Needlework 


...Busy Bee Knitting 




Book 227 


t» 


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f } 


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ti 


...Leach's Knitting 




Series 250 


„ 


...Leach's Dressmaking 




Series 260 




...Needle Art 258 


t* 


...Needle and Home ... 258 




...N'dlecraft Prac. Jnl. 268 


tf 


...Needlework for All 258 


*> 


...Stitchery 272 




...Weldon's Practical 




Needlework ... 277 


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...Woolcraft ... 278 



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1877 


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1877 


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1882 


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1864 


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1887 


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Neutral 

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Wessex A.-ied. News, Ltd. 5.^6 
W. Lewis & Son, Ltd. 554 
Birmingham Gazette (Llm.) 501 
Charles Hyde . . . . 502 
N.-W. Newspaper Co., Ltd. 57U 
Tillotsous Newspaiters, Ltd. 

2nd of Cover. 
Hampshire Advt. Co. (Ltd.)5&7 
J. Patterson . . . . 503 
Bradfd&Dis.NewsCo.Ld. 604 
Southern Pub.Co.(Lim.) 
W. Reid & Son, Ltd. . . 557 

W. Reid &.S(m, Ltd 

B. Times & Mirror (Lhn.) KJO 
Barton D. UaU, Ltd. , . 606 
Chaa. Tresise .. .. 507 



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Western Mali, Ltd. . , 

David Duncan & Sons, Ltd. 

3rd of Cover 
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Cheltenham News Co., Ltd. .. 
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E. M. Pike (Lim.) . . 560 
Derby Mer. & Ex. (Llm.) 



J. O. Owen 



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Chance & Bland, Ltd. .. 663 
Times <t Telegraph Co. (Ltd.) 



Halifax Courier (Llm.) 663 
Southern Pub. Ce. (Llm.) 
J.Woodliead &Son3(Lim.) 564 
Mail and Times Co.(Lhn.) 564 
East M. News Co. (Lim.) 612 

E.AngUan D.Times Co.(Ld.) .. 

N'ton Ptg. & Pub. Co. (Llm.) 

Yorks Lib.NewsCo.(Lim.) 639 
Yorks Con. Newspaper Co. 
(Advt. Back of Title and 577.) 
Hewitt & Son (lim.) . . 617 
A. Sprigg 

W. Cottam 

Po9t,Mcy.& Echo (Lhn.) 619 
C. Xinlmg & Co. (Lhn.) 618 

E. Hulton & Co. (Lhn.) 667 
W. Evans * Co. . . 620 

N.E. News (Lhn.) .. 669 



Newcastle Chron. (Ltd.) 5?4 
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8. Wales Argus (Lhn.) 531 

Butterfleld & Son . . 568 

Northampt'n Merc. Co.,Ltd.S68 

Norfolk News Co., Ltd. 526 

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Cornlshman Co. (Llm.) 659 

G. K. Eaptei brook 

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Cambria Daily Leader . . 
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Swindon Jim. Advertiser 
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Express <fc Star 
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Worcestershire EcJio 
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J. Hedderwick & Sons, Ltd. 545 

J. M. Smith (Lim.) .. 544 

G. Outram & Co., Ltd. 188 

Orr, PoUock & Co. . . 579 
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Thos. Crosbie & Co., Ltd. 548 
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Jas. H. P. Whitehead . . 549 
Freeman's Jnl (1919) Ltd. 681 
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to the leisured and wealthy classes 
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STUDIED AT LEISURE BY THE GREAT 
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Why are the most successful advertisers rarely out 
of the Sunday Papers ? 

Because they realise the importance of the advertising 
value of leisurely reading, and the greater importance 
of linking up daily announcements one week with 
those of the next. They know the benefit of 
" rounding up," as it were, those potential customers, 
interested but preferring to weigh up the proposition 
over the week-end. 

This acknowledged power of the Sunday Press is 
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greatly intensified by the fact that it is a picture 

paper for which the public has shown its preference 
in no uncertain manner. 

From the first issue the " Illustrated Sunday Herald " 
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Advertising is limited and well placed, and its pro- 
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THE DAILY PICTURE PAPER 
IS THE ADVERTISERS' KEY 
TO MILLIONS OF HOMES. 

Visualise the power of the popular morning 
picture paper the Daily Sketch, read by every- 
one every day in nearly a million British homes. 

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prevents the fatal mistake of failing to influence 
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or influences the spending of, fully 80 % of 

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MORNING JOURNALS. 



DAILY CHRONICLE. l<i. Establighed 1855. 
The Daily Chronicle is one of the leading organs of 
the Daily I'resit. In news, special articles, telegrams, and 
special correspondence it is thoroughly up to date. The later 
news is telegraphed every night from all parts of the kingdom 
and abroad. 

Published at 12, Salisbury Square. Fleet Street. E.G. 4. 
Tele. City O.^SO. Teleg. Muninrc, Fleet, London. (Advt., p. 480.) 

DAILY EXPRESS. \d. Established 1900. 
Principles : Independent. The Daily Express is 
Btrongly Imperialistic and ably supports the policy of con- 
solidating the British Empire and of cementing British 
interests throughout the world. All the latest telegraphic 
news of the day is given, and sporting, financial and ladies' 
l)ages are spuoial features. 

Editorial and Publishing Office : 8, Shoe Lane, E.G. 4. Tele. 
Holborn 6688. 

Advertisement and Business Office :— 116 Fleet Street, E.G. 4. 
Tele. City 7122. 

Teleg. Express, Fleet, Loudon. (Advt., p. 481.) 

DAILY GUAPHIC. U. Estab. .Tan. 1, 1890. Tlie Daily 
Graphic was the pioneer of illustrated morning news- 
papers published in the Kingdom. It contains not only all 
the news of the day. amply illustrated by photographs, which 
are excellently reproduced, but it »lso includes interesting 
articles and notes on current topics contributed by well-known 
writers of social and political distinction. 

Published at Graphic Buildings. Tallis Street. 

Tele. Central 7070. Teleg. Talliscano, Fleet, London. 
(Advt., p. 489.) 

DAILY HERALD. l<f. Established 1912. 
Principles : Labour. It is a spirited advocate of 
social reform, its chief concern being the welfare of the work- 
ing classes. 

Editorial and Publishing Offices : 2, Carmelite Street, E.G. 4. 
Tele. City 8210. 

Business and Advertisement Offices : The Daily Herald, Ltd., 
2, Gough Square, E.U. 4. Central 5991. 

DAILY MAIL. \d. Established May 4, 1896. 
Peinciplbs : Independent. The Daily Mail was the 
first paper to issue all the news of the penny morning 
press for a halfpenny. It is now one of the most widely 
circulated papers in the British Daily Press, and its influence 
on matters of public interest is considerable. Special corre- 
spondents of the Dailu 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.C.4. 

Tele. 6000 Holborn. Teleg. Daily Mail, London. (Advt., p. 482.) 



AILY MIRROR. \d. Established November 2, 19a't. 
PRINCIPLES: Independent. The first of the picture 



D 

papers to be issued for a halfpenny. It gives the news of the day 
in photographs, in thereproductionand 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 2.3-29, Bouverie Street, E.G. 4. 

Tele. 6100 Holborn. Teleg. Reflexed, Fleet. London. (Advt 
p. 483.) 

DAILY NEWS. Id. Established .Januarv 21, 1846. 
Principles: Liberal and Progressive. The Daily Ni-vir 
is one of the leading organs of the Liberal Daily Press. It 
devotes special consideration to social reform. Its literary 
criticiiinis are a prominent feature, and its news organization 
is complete and world-wide. 

Published by The Daily Nemg (Ltd.). Bouverie Street, E G.4 
Tele. Central 313 ftnd City 6420. Telej. Daily News, London' 
(Advt., p. 484.) 



DAILY SKETCH. U. Established 1910, 
Principles : Independent. The rise of the Daily 
Sketch ha.s been remarkable for its rapidity. Fully illustrated 
with pictures of topical interest and well served with news, it 
has taken its position as one of the leading picture papers of 
the day. 

Publi.shers— London Publishing Co., Ltd., 46 k 47, Shoe 
lAne, E.G.4, and Withv Grove, Manchester. Tele. Holborn 
6.512. Teleg. Disketch, Fleet London. (Advt., p. 78.) 

DAILY TELEGRAPH. -Zd. Established June 29, 1856. 
Principles : Unionist. The Daily Telegraph has ac- 
quired an unequalled celebrity through the promptitude, the 
fullness, and the variety of its telegraphic advices ; the enter- 
prise which its conductors have shown when event.sof great 
national or international interest demanded early and ample 
description ; and the novelty and freshness of the social 
articles, which are a constant feature of the paper. It is very 
widely read among business men. 

Published by Francis Caine. 135, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. 

Tele. City 6580. (Advt., p. 485.) 

DAILY WORLD. W. Established January 25, 1915. 
Principles : Independent. A Jewish morning paper 
giving the news of the day in Yiddish. The Dai'y World also 
contains a magazine page, serial story, etc., and consists of six 
pages daily. 

Publishers— Post Printing Press, Ltd., 165, Whitechapel 
Road, E. 1. ^ , 

Tele.— Avenue 8091. Teleg. Vindicate, London. 

FINANCIAL NEWS. Daily, 2rf. Established 1884. 
Principles : Independent. The Financial News is a 
thoroughly independent journal, and its record of financial in- 
telligence is very full and complete. Every day it gives specially 
cabled reports of the business of the American and foreign mar- 
kets, features which, by reason of their reliability, have 
earned for the paper no inconsiderable amount of its great 
popularity. 

Published at 111, Queen Victoria St., E.G. 4. 

Tele. City 6830. Teleg. Finews, Cent. London. 

FINANCIAL TIMES. Daily, 2(i. Established 1888. 
Principles : Independent. Gives full reports of all City 
topics, money-market news and company meetings. Industrial 
and economic reviews, also reports of trade progress in various 
parts of the world are frequently published. 

Published at 72, Coleman St.. E.G. 2. Tele. 8200 London Wall. 
Teleg. Finantimo, Ave, London. 

FINANCIER Daily, 2d. Oldest financial daily paper. 
Established January 6, 1866. 

Principles : Support Imperial preference, and encourage 
the development of Imperial resources. 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 de.^i 
with the position and pro8))ects of Companies, and the 
intrinsic value of the Shares. Has a Foreign section on 
Thursdays. 

Offices: 49-57. Wool Exchange. E.G. 2. Tele. London Wall 
8148-9. Teleg. Finanbul, Ave, London. 

JEWISH EXPRESS. Daily, IK Weekly,2rf. 
Principles; Independent. Established June, 1895. 
It contains a digest of the day's news in Hebrew. 
Published at 89, Commercial Street, E. 1. Tele. 3955 Central. 

JEWISH TIMES. Daily, IJrf. 
Principles : Independent. Established 1913. 
Contains Jewish news, general news, also commercial and 
financial items. 
Published at 326. Whitechapel Road, E. 1. Tele. Avenue 6593. 
City Office : 173-175, Fleet Street, B.0.4. Tele. Central 3160. 

LLOYDS LIST. Daily Ad. Established 1726. 
Incorporates the Shipping and Mercantile Gazette, 
Official organ of Lloyd's for reporting daily the movements 
of, and casualties to, the shipping of all nations. Contains 
also legal and financial features in connection with shipping 
and commerce. „„. _, . , .„., 

PublishedattheRoval Exchange, E.G. 3. . Tele. London Wall 
3663. Teleg. Lloyds List, London, 

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LLOYD'S DAILY INDEX. By Subscription. 

Established 1880. ..„..- u 

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 
Mercantile Marine on their outward and homeward 

'"'fEhed at The Royal Exchange, E.G. 3. Tele. London 
Wall 3563. Teleg. Lloyds, London. 

MORNING ADVERTISER. Daily, 2rf. 
Established February 8, 1794. 

Pbinciplks: Independent. The Morniruj Advertiser \i 
the recognised organ of the licensed trade. It gives all the 
principal news of the day. with special consideration for items 
affecting the interests of the trade to which it appeals. Ihe 
money market,turf and stage are prominent features in its pages. 

Publishers— Society of Licensed Victuallers, 127, ileet St., 
E C 4 

Tele. City 1364-5. Teleg. Morning Advertiser, London. 

MORNING POST. Daily, 2rf. Established 1772. 
Principles : Conservative. The jtfornmy /»<)<< is the oldest 
daily newspaper existing in London. It gives special attention 
to fashionable and foreign news, and is also noted for the high 
qualitv 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 

'"l^blish'ed by The Morning Post, Ltd., 346, Strand, W.C. 2. 

Telephone, City 1600. City Office, 168, Palmerston House. 

Old Broad Street, B.C. Tele. London Wall 5681. (Advt., p. 486.) 

PUBLIC LEDGER. Daily, id. Saturday, 6d. 
Established 1759. 
Exclusively commercial ; appealing especially to buyers and 
sellers of all kinds of chemicals, produce, 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.G. 3. Tele. Minories 2299. 

O PORTING LIFE (with which is incorporated Bell's Life in 
O London, established 1822). 2d. 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 Lift 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 10. Shoe Lane, E.G. 4. Tele. Holborn, 1484. 
Teleg. Sporting Life, Lud., London. 

SPORTSMAN, THE. Daily, Id. Established August 12, 1865 
Principles : Neutral. Is devoted to sport in all its 
phases. Articles appear in its columns on all the national 
pastimes. The Sportsman, which is the oldest daily sporting 
journal, is read largely by all classes of persons interested 
in the Turf. It makes a feature of golf, giving full descriptive 
reports of all the more important meetings, and its special 
articles on the royal and ancient game are generally the work 
of practical players of note. The Sportsman is the acknowledged 
authority on horse racing and throughbred horse breeding. 

Published at Bridewell House. Bridewell Place, E.G. 4. 

Tele. City 260. Teleg. Sportsman, London. 

TIMES. Daily, 3rf. Established January 1, 1785. 
Principles : National and Independent. 
The Times is famous for the originality, completeness and trust- 
worthiness of its news service ; and it relies, to a greater extent than 
any other journal, on its own Correspondents, who are men of the 
highest standing at home and abroad. It has accredited repre- 
sentatives in all the principal centres in the world, from whom it 
receives the bulk of its Imperial and Foreign Intelligence ; its own 
staffs of experienced Parliamentary reporters, and of barristers as 
legal reporters ; while on occasions of particular importance in all 
spheres of activity its special corresirondents have access to the 
fcest sources of information. It prints three or four leading articles 
daily. To write for The Timet has long been a distinction and 
a privilege ; and for the ventilation of any grievance or the 
eliciting of public opinion, a letter to The Times is the historic 
British mode of action. Sport of all kinds, the Arts and Sciences, 
•re fully dealt with. Financial and Commercial news is published 
in a self-contained section every day. The Times publishes as 
regular annoal numbers Reviews of the year on Trade, Finance, 
tx.\ and from tim« to time it also publishes special numbers 



devoted to exhaustive accounts of particular countries, industries 
or events, all works of permanent value, authoritative and up to date. 
No journal has enjoyed such world-wide confidence as The 
Times alike as the "national record" and as an organ of 
Imperial and international progress. It has for over a century 
been the acknowledged leader of the Press. 

Published by The Times Publishing Co., Ltd., Printing-house 
Square, E.G. 4. . ^ , . , , . , 

I'ele. S600 Holborn : Tele Times London. (Advt., p. 4.) 

W-ESTMINSTER GAZETTE. Morning, id. 
Established as an Evening Journal, January 31, 1893. 
Changed to a National Morning Newspaper, November 7, 1921. 

Pbinciples ; Independent Liberal. As an Evening Journal 
the Westminster Gazette established a unique reputation among 
Liberal publications, and gained a remarkable influence amongst 
thinking men of all political persuasions. In the new form as a 
National Morning Newspaper, to which it changed on November 
7 1921, it carried with it all the former lofty standard of 
literary excellence and reputation, and continues to maintain 
the high ideals and traditions which distinguished the columns 
of its evening predecessor. 

The Saturday Westminster is a weekly paper published by 
the Westminster Gatette containing literarv 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. 

Advertisement Offices: Newspaper Heuse, 169-170, Fleet St., 
London, E.G. 4. 

Tele. City 2463. (Advt., p. 487.) 

Editorial and Publishing Ofiices : 104, Shoe Lane, London, 
E.G.4. 

EVENING JOUENALS. 



EVENING NEWS. Daily, \d. 
Principles: Independent. Established 1881. 

The Evening Nems is one of the most popular of the London 
evening newspapers. 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 Datly 
Mail, and is attractively arranged. 

Published at Carmelite House. Tallis Street, E.G. 4. 

Tele. 6,000 Holborn. 

EVENING STANDARD. 
Daily, Irf. 

Pbinciples: Independent. Established 1827. 

A high-class evening journal in London and the Home 
Counties. Its news is gathered from all parts of the world 
and no topic of importance escapes notice in its columns. 
Special pages are devoted to Stock Markets, Ladies' Fashions, 
Sporting News, etc., and its literary articles by leading writers 
are outstanding features. 

Published at46 and 47, Shoe Lane. E.G. 4. Tele. Holborn 6512. 
(Advt., p. 76.) 

JEWISH EVENING NEWS. Daily \d. 
Principles : Independent. Established 1914. 
Contains general and Jewish news, humorous and satirical 
items, women's gossip, etc. 
Published at 325, Whitechapel Road, E. 1. 
Tele. Avenue 6593. 
City Office : 173-175, Fleet St., E.G. 4. Tele. Central 3150. 

PALL MALL GAZETTE AND GLOBE. \d. 
Principles : Independent. Established 1865. 

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 .^porting 
news hold a prominent position. Special services of home and 
foreign news. Parliamentary reports, &c., are regular features. 

Published at 25, Tudor Street, E.C. 4. 

Editorial and Advertisement Offices — 8, Temple Avenue, 
E.C. 4. 
Tele. City 7271. Teleg. Palmagaz, London. (Advt., p. 488.) 

STAR. Daily, \d. 
Principles : Liberal. Established 1888. 

A smartly conducted evening paper, noted for its news of 
international affairs, for its crisp comments, its bright treat- 
ment of contemporary events and its pictures and cartoons. 
Complete cricket or football news in Saturday evening editions. 
Special attention is paid to women's features and also to sport. 
The Star is issued under the same proprietorship as the Bail^ 
Nema. 

Published at Bouverie Street, E.G. 4. Tele. 313 Central and 
City 6430. Telegi Star, London> 



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SUNDAY NEWSPAPERS. 



ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY HERALD. Sunday, M. 
Established March 21, 1915. 

Independent : The Sunday picture paper which hiis gained 
widespread populiirity throughout every district in the United 
Kingdom. Tlieatricai and «ooial gORsip <ad(led to strikinK articles 
by well-liiiowii writers are outstfinding features of this interest- 
inK journal. Designed to interest every member of the family. 
Kssentlally a home publication. 

Publithers : London Publishing Co., Ltd., 46-47, Shoe Lane, 
B.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 6512. (Advt., p. 77.) 

LLOYD'S SUNDAY NKWS. Saturday and Sunday, Id. 
Established November, 1842. 
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. The manj pictorial and other features combined 
with the comprehensive record of news make Lloyd's exceed- 



ingly popular and of special interest to women 
Publisned by United Newspapers (1918), Ltd 



12, Salisbury 
(Advt., p. 490.) 



Square, Fleet Street, K.C. 4. Tele. City 9330, 

NEWS OF THE WORLD. Friday, Saturday, 
Sunday Editions, U. Estab. September 29th, 1843, 



and 



One of the most widely-read papers, having a very extensive 
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.G. 4. Phone Holborn 
6150. Teleg. Worldly, Fleet, London. (Advt., p. 491.) 

OBSERVER. Sunday, 2(i. Founded 1791. 
Principles : Unioni.st. The latest political rumour or 
"ondif'of thefashionableworldis looked forin The Observer, 
and from its exclusive sources of information, which might be 
official from the accuracy which invariably accompanies its 

Published at 22, Tudor St., B.C. 4. Tele. City 4591. Teleg. 
Observer, Estrand, London. (Advt., p. 488.) 

PEOPLE. Sunday. 2d. Established October, 1881. 
Principles : Unionist. " A weekly newspaper for 
all cla-sses" 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., Milforcl Lane, W.C. 2. 

Tele. 9624 Gerrard. Teleg. People, London. (Advt., p. 492. ) 

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 humorist, 
Dagonet (George R. Sims). 

Published at Salisbury Square, Fleet Street, E.C. 4 
Tele. City 9330. Teleg. Referee, Fleet, London. 

REYNOLDS'S WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. Sunday 
2d. 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 questions 
affecting the welfare of the people. The news and literary 
department* of the paper are well conducted. Illustrations are 
a feature. 

Published by John Dicks Press (Ltd.), 8, Temple Avenue, 
E.C. 4. Tele. City 7557-8. (Advt., p. 493.) 

SUNDAY EVENING TELEGRAM. Sunday, 2rf. 
Established September 24, 1916. 
The only Sunday evening paper. Gives the latest newi from 
all parts of the world and a summary of views expressed by 
Sunday morning papers. 
Published bv Sunday Publications Ltd., 92, Fleet St.. E C 4. 
Tele. City U74. 

SUNDAY EXPRESS. Sunday, 2d. Established 1918. 
Principles : Independent. The Sunday Express is 
essentially a clean family newspaper and contains news of 
interest to every member of the household. Behind it are all 
the resources of the Daily Expresn. 
Editorial and Publishing Offlcea at 8, Shoe Lane, B.C. 4. 
Tele. Holborn 6688. Teleg. Express, Fleet, London. 



SUNDAY ILLUSTRATED. Sunday, 2d. iNDKPBirowrr. 
Pounder and Editor, Horatio Bottomloy, M.P. Estab- 
lished July 3, 1921. Published by Odhams' Press, Ltd., 
93-4, Long Acre, W.C, for Sunday Publications, Ltd., 
92, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. 
Editorial and Advert. CSty 1174. 

SUNDAY PICTORIAL. Sunday, 2d. Est. March 14, 1916. 
Independent : The Sunday Pictorial is one of the feats 
of mo.lern journalism, having obtained an enormous circulation 
from its inception. Its general news is condensed in very 
readable form, and its pictures, of which several pages are 
given, are excellently reproduced. Special articles on the 
chief topics of the day contributed bj; men and women of note 
afford a commentary on national affairs which is much appre- 
ciated by its readers. 

Published by Sunday Pictorial Newspapers, (1920) Ltd ., 23-29, 
Bouverie St., B.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 6100. Teleg. Nusunplo, 
Fleet, London. (Advt., p. 494.) 

QUNDAY SPORTSMAN. Sunday, 2d. 
O Established 1919. 

All forms of sport, motoring and the drama. 

Published at 367, Strand, W.C. 2. Tele. Regent 4700. 

SUNDAY TIMES. Sundav Moniing, 2d. Est. 1822. 
Principles : Independent. The Sunday Times is a very 
complete weekly newspaper. Its financial, political, literary, 
niusical, dramatic and sporting articles are well written, and 
its news service compares favourably with any other paper. 
A feature of the paper is its publication serially of such re- 
markably interesting books as Mrs. Asquith's autobiography, 
the Tirpitz and Bethmann-Holweg Memoirs, Mr. H. G. Wells's 
"Salvaging of Civilization" and Mr. J.H. Keynes's ''Europe's 
Economic Outlook." 

Published at 186, Strand, W.C. 2. 

Tele. Central 3912. Teleg : Sunday Times, London. 

(Advt., p. 489.) 

WEEKLY DISPATCH. Sunday, 2d. Established 1810. 
Principles: Independent. A Sunday paper having 
all the advantages of a news service equal to a London 
morning daily. Devotes special attention to articles by 
famous people, and deals fully with home affairs, amuse- 
ments and sport. Circulates in everj town in United Kingdom, 
and has foreign and colonial subscription. 

Published by the Associated Newspapers. Ltd., Carmelite 
House, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 6400 & Holborn 6000. 



LONDON NEWSPAPERS 

PUBLISHED DURING THE WEEK AND FORTNIGHTLY 
WITHIN THE LONDON POSTAL RADIUS. 



ACCOUNTANT. Friday evening for Saturday, 9d. 
Established 1874. A medium of communication between 
accountants in all parts of the kingdom. It reports 
all cases v^ith which the profession has to deal, and 
contains original articles and correspondence on all 
interesting topics. 

Published bv Gee & Co. (Publishers), Ltd., 14, Queen Victoria 
St., E.C. 4. Tele. 7321 Central . 

AEROPLANE. Thursday, 6rf. Established 1911. 
A popular and well-illustrated Weekly, dealing with 
current events in the aviation world. 
Published at 61, Carey Street, Chancery Lane, W.C. 2. 

AMATEUR GARDENING. Wednesday for Saturday, 2<i. 
Established May, 1884. 

A journal which meets the requirements of those who delight 
in cultivating their own allotments and 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 informatioii 
which it imparts on every phase of popular floriculture and 
horticulture. A special feature of the journal is its " Doubts 
and Difficulties " department, wherein every problem that 
perplexes the amateur gardener in the management of his 
garden, greenhouse or allotment is solved. It contains a 
Coloured Plate of new popular Horticultural subjects. 

Published by W. H. & L. ColUngridge, 148 & 149 Aldersgate 
St., E.C. 1. Tele. City 1086. Teleg. Collingridges, Cent. 
London. 



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AMERICAN MACHINIST. Saturday Is. Established 
February, 1877. 
A practical journal of machine construction. It is the organ 
of the McGraw-Hill Publishing Co., Ltd. Is well edited and 
the illustrations are excellent. 
Published at 6-8, Bouverie Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Holbom 5158. 

ARCHITECT. Friday, 6rf. 
Established 1868. 
This journal is fully established as the recognised repre- 
sentative of architects, civil engineers, and builders. The best 
writers obtainable contribute articles on their special subjects, 
and the works of all the leading architects of Great Britain 
are illustrated in it from week to week. 

Published by Gilbert Wood k Co., Ltd., Imperial Buildings, 
Ludgate Circus, E.C. 4. Tele. Holbom 4725. 

ARCHITECTS' JOURNAL. 
Wednesday, 6d. 
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." Wednesday, 6d. Established January 7, 1860. 

The British Service journal. Special articles each week on 
naval, military and aerial subjects. 

Published at 22, Essex Street, Strand, W.C.2. Tele. 396 
Central. 

AUTOCAR. Friday, 4d. 
Established 1895. 
The authority of the motoring world. Claims the largest 
circulation of any motor-car journal. It covers all phases of 
motoring, records all developments and gives up-to-date news 
of what is happening in motoring circles. Well illustrated. 
Published at 20, Tudor St., E.C.4. Tele. City 2847. 

AUTOMOTOR JOURNAL. Thursday, 2d. 
Established 1896. 

An excellently printed and illustrated Journal of applied 
automatic locomotion. Devotes much space to copiously illus- 
trated descriptions of the newest models. Has a reputation for 
commenting in an impartial spirit, and contains many technical 
articles of great merit, excellently illustrated. Official organ 
of National Society of Chauffeurs. 

Published at 36, Great Queen Street, Kingsway, W.C. 2. 

Tele. 1828 Gerrard. Teleg. Truditur. Westcent, London. 

BAKERS' RECORD, Thursday, 2d. 
Established April, 1864. 
An Independent organ of the baking trade. 
Published at 107, Shoe Lane, E.C. 4. 
Editorial Office : 68, Farringdon Street, E.C. 4. 
Tele. 10555 Central. 

BAPTIST TIMES AND FREEMAN. 
Thursday, 2d. Established 1853. 
Principles: Liberal. A high-class family newspaper re- 
presenting all sections of the Baptist denomination, and its 
various societies and associations. Makes a feature of com- 
ments on the current events which come within its sphere. 
Published at 4, Southampton Row, W.C.I. Tele. 8537 Central. 

BAZAAR, EXCHANGE AND MART. 
Friday, 3d. (published Thursday) and Saturday, 3d. 
Established May 13, 1868. Chiefly devoted to small adver- 
tisements of goods for sale, and wanted by private persons ; 
also practical literary articles for amateurs. 
Published at Windsor House, Bream's Buildings, E.C. 4. 
Tele. Holbom 1572. Teleg. Bazaar, Fleet, London. 

BOARD OF TRADE JOURNAL. Thursday. 6d. 
Established 1886. Subscription, £1 10«. Od. per annum. 

The Journal is an official publication issued by the Board of 
Trade, and is the principal medium through which intelligence 
collected by the Commercial Intelligence Branch is conveyed 
to the public. The Journal contains information relating to 
openings for British trade abroad, custom tariff changes, and 
other matters of interest to British traders generally, and is 
compiled largely from reports of Consuls in Foreign Countries 
and of H.M. Trade Commissioners in the British Dominions. 

Published by Wyman and Sons (Ltd.), Fetter Lane, E.C. 4. 

BOXING. Wednesday, 3d. 
Solely devoted to Boxing news and gossip. 
Published at 154, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holbom 5229. 
Teleg. Aviculture, Fleet, London. 



BOY'S PICTORIAL. Tuesday, 2d. 
Incorporates the '• Children's Zoo Pictorial." 
Adventure, School, Sport, Detective Serials, and other 
Complete Stories. 

Published by Odhams Press Limited, 84 95, Long Acre, 
London W.C.2. Tele. Gerrard 9870. Teleg. Southernwood, 
Rand, London. 



BREWERS' GAZETTE. Fortnightly, Is. 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 131-133, Middlesex Street, Bishopsgate. E. 1. 
Tele. Central 7025. 



BRITISH AUSTRAI-ASIAN. Thursday, 6i. 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 social, sporting, mining, commercial and financial news. 

Published at 51, High Holborn, W.C.I. Tele. 5500, Ilolborn. 
Teleg. " Kangarooby, London." 



BRITISH CITIZEN AND EMPIRE WORKER. 
Saturday, Id. Estab. Aug. 25, 1916. 

Patriotic Democracy. Class-unity as against class-hostility. 
A capital and labour concordat. The abolition of restricted out- 
put. A standard wage for standard labour. British support for 
British industry. National support for British products. The 
development 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 
Trade Dnionism. 

Offices: Sicilian House, Sicilian Avenue, W.C.I. 

Tele. Museum 3026-T. Teleg. Empibritci. Phone, London. 



BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY. Friday, 4««. 
Established January, 1854. 
This journal appeals both t<i 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. 



BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL (Journal of the British 
Medical Association), With Weekly Supplement. 
Saturday, 1». 3d. 
The organ of the British Medical Association, publishes 
the transactions of all the principal medical societies of 
Great Britain and of the branches of the British Medical 
Association distributed throughout the whole of the British 
Empire. It publishes lectures delivered at the colleges 
and medical institutions of Great Britain, addresses and 
lectures of the principal hospital physicians.hospital reports, 
reports of new medical, surgical, and sanitary inventions, 
the proceedings of the Science Committee, of the British 
Medical Association, and of its annual meeting. It also pub- 
lishes, week by week, careful summariesof leading contributions 
to English and foreign medical knowledge by physicians and 
researchers. It is regarded as an authority on medical subjects 
throughout the world. 

Published at 429, Strand, W.C. 2. Tele. 26.S0 Gerrard. Teleg. 
Aitiology. (Advt., p. 663.) 



BRITISH WEEKLY. Thursday, 2£i. Estab. Nov. 5, 1886. 
"A journal of social and Christian progress." The 
British Weekly is one of the most widely read religious 
journals. It owes its popularity in no small degree to the 
trenchant manner in which it deals with social questions. It 
publishes a literary supplement composed mainly of book 
reviews by capable critics. The British Weekly has attained 
a large and influential circulation among preachers of all 
denominations, and not a little of its popularity is due to the 
fact that special editions are issued for Ireland and Scotland, 
containing religious news of the respective countries. 

Published at St. Paul's House, Warwick Square, E.C. 4. 



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BUILDER, with which is incorporated The Sritiih 
Archilecl. Friday, M. Estnbiiahed 1842. 

Advocates Architectural and (-'onstructioiial Enjfinccr- 
ing Science. This journal is devoted to the ust-ful sciences 
of constructioiud engineorinfr and architecture. The Builder 
in its range of subjects includes everything connected with 
the business and art of building, from its history, down to 
sanitary m.itters, criticism, sales, &c. So numerous indeed are 
the topics treated of that it finds readers in every class. All 
subjects are dealt with by "specialists," and many of its 
contributors bear names of world-wide celebrity. The illustra- 
tions — which are of a high class and by a variety of methods — 
include buildings (old and new), decorative work, sculpture, &c. 
The Jiuilder 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. Regent ,')940 and 5941. Telejf. The Builder, London. 

BUILDING NEWS AND ENGINEERING JOURNAL. 
Friday, 6<i. Estab. March 1, 1854. 
Records, with care and ability, the progress of architecture, 
Mulpture, metropolitan and provincial improvement, engineer- 
ing, sanitary reform, &c. The articles in the building depart- 
ment are theoretical and practical, both proceedinjj 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. Gerrard 1291. Teleg. Timeserver, Estrand, London. 

BUILDING TRADE. 
Wednesday, Id. Established 1856. 
It contains a large mass of information important to the 
various trades concerned. 

Published at 6-11, Imperial Buildings, Ludgate Circus, E.C. 4. 
Tele. Holborn 472S. 

BYSTANDER. Wednesday, U. 
Established December 9th, 1903. 

A light, illustrated critical journal. Commenting by pen 
and picture on political, social, sporting, theatrical and 
general events. Weekly cartoons by famous artists. Light 
articles, skits, etc., from Paris and other places on the 
Continent 

Published by P. N. McFarlane, at Graphic Buildings, Tallis 
Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 7070. Teleg. Talliscano, London. 
(Advt. p. 496). 

CABINET-MAKER AND COMPLETE HOUSE FUR- 
NISHER. Saturday, 6rf. 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 by Benn Bros., Ltd., 8, Bouverie Street, E.C. 4. 
Tele. City 9852. 

CANA DA . Thursday for Saturday, 9d. 
Established 1906. 
Deals with every aspect of Canadian life, and is a paper for 
all who take an interest in tlie Dominion. Canada is a well- 
produced journal, and profusely illustrated in half-tone. 

Published at 110, St. Martin's Lane, W.C.2. Tele. Regent 
3450. 

CANADIAN GAZETTE. Thursday, 6^. Established 1883. 
A weeklv journal of information and comment upon mat- 
ters of use and interest to those concerned in Canada, Canadian 
emigration, and Canadian investments. 

Published at 330, Gresham House, Old Broad Street, E.C. 2. 
Tele. Central 2886. Teleg. Desollar, Ave, London. 

CAPITALIST. Saturday, 2d. Established 1885. 
A weekly record of everything of interest to investors. 
Published at 15, Dowgate Hill, E.C.4. Tele. Central 1929. 
Teleg. Capitalist, London. 

CAR ILLUSTRATED. Friday, od. 
' Established May, 1902. 

The paper is splendidly illustrated and admirably written. 
Cor deals largely with the social side of autoniobilism and 
makes a special feature of touring articles. Especial attention 
is also given to technical descriptions and mechanical develop- 
ments ; does not confine itself to road travel but deals with 
locomotion by rail, sea and air. It contains the Royal 
Automobile Club official weekly notes and news. 

Published at Regent House, Kingsway, W.C.2. 

Tele. Regent 2646. Teleg, Carilludo, West Cent, London. 



CATHOLIC HERALD. Friday, 2rf. Estab. March 16, 1888. 
Principles: Catholic. The pages of the Herald are 
devoted chiefly to Metropolitan Catholic intelligence, and 
everything relating to Catholic interests in the Metropolis 
has the first claim on its space. 

Published at 12, Bouverie Street, E.C. 4. Tele. 4289 Central. 
Teleg. Epitomist, Fleet, London. (Advt. p 496). 



CATHOLIC TIMES AND CATHOLIC OPINION. Satur- 
day, Zi. Established 1860. 

Principles : Catholic. The Catholic Timet and Catholic 
Opinion is an independent journal, free from all party bias, 
and advocating no policy save that which is the best for 
the Catholic interests for the time being. Its home 
and foreign Catholic news services are the best, while 
the ablest literary talent, at home and abroad, is secured 
to make the Cattwlic Timti a good general and family 
newspaper. 

Published at 8, Bouverie Street, E.C. 4. Tele. 4933 Holbom. 

Teleg. Catholicus, Fleet, London. 

CHALLENGE. Friday, id. 
Independent. Established 1914. 

A Church of England newspaper. Besides dealing with the 
ueual Church aifairs, it comments on the news of the week from 
a Christian standpoint, and discusses social experiments and 
the progress of the Arts. The reunion of the Churches, reform 
of Industry and Religions. 

Published by British Periodicals, Ltd., 170, Fleet St., E.C. 4. 
Tele. City 7363 and 7364. 

Editorial Offices : Effingham House, Arundel Street; W.C. 2. 
Tele. City 2609. 



/CHARITY RECORD, HOSPITAL TIMES & PHILAN- 
W THROPIST. Fortnightly, 2rf. Estab. January 6, 1881 . 

The oldest paper devoted to the interests of the Medical and 
other Charities of the Country. Full reports of meetings, and 
interesting articles in reference to charities and philanthropic 
work, appear in its pages. 

Published at 21 , Bride Lane, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 2426. 

CHEMICAL AGE. Saturday, 6rf. 
Devoted to Industrial and Engineering Chemistry. 
Published by Benn Bros., Ltd., 8, Bouverie Street, E.C. 4, 
Tele. City 9852. 



CHEMICAL NEWS. Friday, 6<«. Established in 1859. 
Has become the recognised organ for the publication of 
all that is new in Chemistry and Physics. In addition to 
original communications, it contains articles on Technical and 
Analytical Chemistry, abstracts and translations of important 
papers appearing in the foreign journals, proceedings of 
societies, notisEs of books, and notes from home and foreign 
sources upon all matters of interest to chemists. 
Published at 97, Shoe Lane, E.C. 4. 

CHEMIST AND PEUGGIST. Weekly, M. 
Established 1859. 
Devoted to Phannacy, the Drug and Chemical Trades. 
Regular news service concerning these trades from special 
correspondents in all parts of the world. Market reports and 
trade articles are prominent features. 
Published at 42, Cannon Street, E.C. 4. 
Tele. Central 3617. Teleg. Chemicus, Cannon, London. 

CHINA EXPRESS AND TELEGRAPH. AVeekly, on the 
departure of the Mails for the Far East, 9d. Annual 
Subscription, including "Eastern Engineering," monthly 
technical supplement, £2 2s. Established 1858. 

As a newspaper, it notices the events occurring in this country 
in connection with China, Japan, Singapore, Java, Siam, and all 
parts East of India ; Jiarticular attention being paid to the 
Commercial department in connection with the inter-colonial trade 
of China and the Eastern Archipelago, and the direct trade of 
these countries with Europe and America. 

Published at 79, Gracechureh Street, E.C. 3. Tele. 

Avenue 6156. 

CHRISTIAN. Thursday, 2i. 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 bv Morgan & Scott.Ltd., 12, Paternoster Buildings, 
E.C.4. Tele. City 6023. 



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CHRISTIAN HERALD. Thursday, 2d. Established 1867. 
Peinciples: Independent. The Christian Herald 
contains many pictures, biographies, narratives, stories, ser- 
mons by eminent preachers, serial stories, Sunday school 
lesson, second advent expositions, and summary of events. 
It is an ably edited journal, and, in ever)- way an excellent 
production. 
Published at 6, Tudor St., London, E.C.4. (Advt. p. 496.) 

CHRISTIAN LIFE. Saturday, 2d. Established May, 1876. 
Pbinoiples : Unitarian. This journal reports religious 
efforts of the Unitarian body, and gives many details and much 
information of religious life in that large communion. 
Published at 5, Fetter Lane, B.C. 4. 

CHRISTIAN WORLD. Thursday, 2rf. Est. 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 & Co., Ltd., 13 & 14, Fleet St., 
E.G. 4. Tele. Central 646. (Advt., p. 499.) 

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. 

CHURCH TIMES. Friday, 2(i. Estab. January, 1863. 
Principles: High Church and Independent. 
A most reliable and well-informed publication with an influential 
clientele. 

Published by G. J. Palmer & Sons, 7, Portugal St., Kingsway, 
W.C. 2. (Advt., p. 653.) 

CITIZEN. Saturday, 2rf. Established May, 1878. 
Pbinciples: Independent. The Citizen is a journal 
mainl}r devoted to Finance, Insurance, Banking, Trade, and 
Municipal news of the City and County of London. 
Published at 2, Copthall Buildings, E.G. 2. 
Tele. Bank, 5362. 

CITY PRESS. Saturday, 2d. Established July 18, 1857. 
Peinoiples: Non-political. The City Press is the 
leading and the oldest local paper for the City of London, and 
is the recognised authority upon the Local Government and 
administration of the City. It presents an impartial record 
of the proceedings of the Corporation, the Port Sanitary 
Authority, and the City of London Union, etc., and in addition 
reports the meetings and work of all the authorities concerned 
with the local government of the City, and makes a feature 
of Finance and Insurance. 

Published by W. H. i L. CoUingridge, 148 & 149, Aldersgate 
Street, E.G. L Tele. City 1086 : Editorial, City 148. Teleg. 
Collingridges, Cent, London. 

CITY REVIEW. Saturday, 2d. Established 1893. 
A journal dealing with financial and insurance matters. 
Published at 7-9, HosierLa., Snow Hill, E.G. 1. Tele. City 2825. 

CIVILIAN. Saturday, 3<i. Established, November27, 1869. 
Pbinciples: Independent. It is the advocate of judic- 
ious reform, while it consistently upholds the interests of every 
class of the Civil Service. 
Offices : 38, Holbom Viaduct., E .0. 4. Tele. Holborn 6060. 

CLARION. Friday for Saturday, Sd. Established 1891. 
A weeklv paper of progressive literature, poetry, 
theatricals, cycling, and general topics. The Clarion is largely 
read by Social Reformers. 
Published at 44, Worship Street, E.G. 2. Tele. Central 340. 

COLLIERY GUARDIAN. Friday, 8rf. 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 everv 
subject connected with collieries and coal mines ; all events 
and incidents, debates in Parliament, &c., relating to them are 
fully reported ; with weekly comments on all events and pro- 
posals likely to affect the interests of employers or workmen 
in the coal trade. 

Published by the Colliery Chmrdian Co. (Lim.), 30 & 31 
Fumival St., Holborn, E.C.4. Tele. 1354 Holborn. Teleg 
Colliery Guardian, Fleet, London. (Advt., p. 563.) 

COMMERCIAL WORLD. 1st and 15th, 3<«. 
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.0.2. Tele 
City 8793. ' 



CONTRACT JOURNAL. Wednesday, 9d. 
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, 
B.C. 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, ai'e 
some of the departments of the journal. 

Published at 127-130. Temple Chambers, Temple Avenue, 
B.C. 4. Tele. Central 4703. Teleg. Seejasir, Fleet, London. 

C CONTRACTORS' CHRONICLE AND RAILWAY AND 
J SHIPPING CONTRACTOR. Monday. 6rf. Est. 1885. 
Incorporates the Unihvay and S/iippinff Contractor. 
Pbinciples : Neutral. Special articles by authorities are a 
feature of the paper. Covers tjie field of contracting, including 
railways, shipping, docks, canals, public and private building. 
Published at 48. Gray's Inn Rd., W.C. 2. 
Editorial and Advt. Offices: 4, New Court, Lincoln's Inn, 
W.C.2. Tele. Central 8204. 

COUNTRY LIFE. Saturday, U. Established Jan., 1897. 
This paper, as its title indicates, is devoted to all interest- 
ing matters connected with the country, its employments and 
enjoyments. It is full of excellent illustrations. The articles 
are written by practised hands, and it is thoroughly well edited. 

Published by Countrt/ Life, Ltd., 20, Tavistock Street, Strand, 
W.C. 2. Tele. Gerrard 2748. Toleg. Country Life, London. 

COURT JOURNAL. Friday, 1.*. Established 1829. 
Principles: Neutral. This well-known journal 
maintains its high character, and is especiallydevoted to Court 
and fashionable intelligence, giving exclusive information 
relating to the Court and high life. It gives in each number 
all the information of the day relative to fashionable move- 
ments, literature, the drama, music, etc. The weekly wedding 
supplement, and periodical, Court, literary, fashion and other 
supplements are special features. 

Published at Dudley House, Southampton St., Strand,W.C. 2. 
Tele. Regent, 5795. Teleg. Court Journal, London. 

DAILY MAIL OVERSEAS EDITION. Weekly issue of 
the Daily Mail. Friday, 2d. 

A record of Home News of the Week for readers in all parts 
of the world. The news is carefully selected and is full and 
complete. Special pages are devoted to London Dress Fashions 
and British Sports. A serial story appears week by week. 
Monthly Trade supplements are issued with Overseas Daily 
Mail in the interests of the British Drapery and Textile 
Industries, British Engineering, Motor and Cycling, and also 
for the Building Trades. 

Published by the Associated Newspapers (Ltd.), Carmelite 
House. E.G. 4. Tele : 6000 Holborn. 

DAILY MIRROR OVERSEAS WEEKLY EDITION. 
Thursday, 6d. 
Principles : Independent. Established March 9. 1913. 
A bound reprint of a week's issues of the Daily Mirror. 

Published at 23-29, Bouverie St., B.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 6100. 

DAILY SKETCH WEEKLY EDITION. Thursday, 6d. 
Principles : Independent. Established July 20, 1913. 
Six issues of the Daily Sketch bound in one weekly volume. 
Published at 46-7, Shoe Lane, B.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 6512. 

DRAPER AND DRAPERY TIMES. Saturday, 2<i. Est. 1871. 
Devoted to the Drapery and allied trades. It contains 
ably written articles of value to the retailer, and gives all the 
trade news of the week. 

Published at 46, Aldersgate Street, B.C. 1. Tele. City 628. 

DRAPERS' RECORD. Saturday, M. Estab. August, 1887 
Principles: Independent, "rho Becord 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, 



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ECONOMIC KEVIEW (Review of the Foreign Press), 
lucorporates the FoUtieal Uerifw. Weiutly, 1». 
EHtablinbcd 1919. 
Supplies ft direful, systpmatic nnd regular survey of the 
Press of all Foreign Cnuptries from the point of view of 
economio and tinancial information. The impartiality of the 
Review is guaranteed by a Couacil of well-known public men. 

Published by Review of the Foreign Press, Ltd., Grey- 
coat Buildings, Horseferry Road, Westminster, S.W. Tele. 
Vic: 4460. 

ECONOMIST. Saturday. Iv. Established 1848. 
Principles: Independent. It is more 'Inanoial and »<a<i«- 
tical than political ; and communicates, probably, a greater 
amount of general commercial information tfian any other paper. 
Published at Granville House, Arundel Street, Strand, W.C 2. 
Tele. 2110 Gerrard. 

ELECTRICIAN. Friday, 1». 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 bv Benn Bros., Ltd., 8, Bouverie St., Fleet St., K.C.4. 

Tele. City 9852. Teleg. Benbrotric, Fleet, London. 

ELECl'RICAL REVIEW. Friday, &d. Established 1872. 
Principles: Non-political. Technical and commercial 
articles on all subjects connected with electrical engineering 
and electrical industries, original contributions from eminent 
engineers, proceedings of technical and trade societies, company 
reports, contracts open, notes, correspondence, new patents, 
abstracts of published specifications, city notes, &c., are given 
each week. 

Published at 4, Ludgate Hill. B.C. 4. Tele. Central 8260. 
Teleg. Ageekay, Cent, London. 

ELECTRICAL TIMES. Thursday, Zd. Established 1891. 
A technical paper, dealing with the practical and com- 
mercial departments of electrical work. It is full of trade and 
technical news and advertisements. 

Published at Sardinia House, Kingsway, W.C.2. Tele. 4426 
Central. Teleg. Equivolt, Estrand, London. 

ENGINEER. Friday, Is. Established January 4, 1856. 
This is a technical journal, devoted to the interests, 
and intended to contribute to the information, of those engaged 
in the manufacture or application of the metals. All new 
discoveries and inventions in mechanics and science are de- 
scribed, and, when necessary, illustrated ; lists ol patents, 
details of specifications, reviews of scientific works, and able 
papers on various branches of science are included. 

Published at 33, Norfolk St.,Strand,W.C.2. Tele. Central 2256-7. 
Teleg. Engineer Newspaper, Estrand, London. 

ENGINEERING. Friday, 1«. Established Jan., 1866. 
Principles : Neutral. This paper is entirely devoted to 
engineering in all its branches. The 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 8598. Teleg. Engineering, Westrand, 
London. 

ENGLISH CHURCHMAN AND ST.JAMES'S 
CHRONICLE. Thursday, 2d. Estab. Jan., 1843. 

Principles : Evangelical Protestant. This newspaper treats 
all questions affecting the Church and the country from an 
Evangelical and Protestant point of view. It is opposed alike 
to Romanism and Infidelity, and .seeks specially to advance 
spiritual Religion and to expose the tactics of the Ritualists. It 
offers to Churchmen who value the principles of the Reforma- 
tion a record of current events with a faithful and fearless 
commentary on ecclesiastical and political questions. 

Published at 74. Strand, W.C. 2. Tele. Gerrard 2474. . 

ENGLISH MECHANIC AND WORLD OF SCIENCE, 
Friday, M. Established March 31, 1865. 

A weekly journal of Science in the broadest sense of the 
word. All subjects connected with Aeroplanes, Engineering, 
Building, Chemistry, Astronomy, Natural Philosophy, Mathe- 
matics, Photography, Musical Instruments, Telescopes and 
Microscopes. Electricity, Wireless Telegraphy, the Lathe, 
Motors and Cycles, ice, are treated in its columns. 

Published at Effingham House, Arundel Street, Strand, 
W.C. 2. 

Tele. Gerrard 1291. Teleg. Timeserver, Estrand, London. 



ERA, THE. Wednesday. 4rf. 
Established 1837. 
The oldest established and acknowledged organ of the 
Theatrical, Variety and Musical professions and Film World. 
Published at 35. Wellington Street, Strand, W.C. 2. 
Tele. Regent 4646-7. 

ESTATES GAZETTE. Saturday, 6d. Established 1858. 
This paper is devoted to land, house property, and agri- 
cultural interests, &c. 

Published by W. P. Kirkpatrick, 33 4c 35, Kirby St., E.C. 1. 
Tele. 198 Holborn and 10174 Central. 

EVE. Weekly, l.«. 
A Society Journal. Devoted to Fashions, Articles of 
Interest to Women, Short Stories, Music, Drama, etc. 
Published at 6, Great New Street, E.C. 4. 

F AIRPLAY. Thursday, Gd. Established May, 188a 
Principles : Independent. This edition is conducted 
on the principle of^" calling things by their right names, and of 
looking at them through uncoloured spectacles." Articles, 
criticisms, and notes appear in its pages on public events; and 
on matters connected with shipping, coal, marine insurance, 
commerce, and finance. 

Published at 61-56, Palmerston House. Bishopsgate. E.C. 2. 
Tele. London Wall 7723. Teleg. Fairplay, Stock, London. 

THARM, FIELD, AND FIRESIDE. Friday, 2<J. Estab. 1887. 
Jj Principles : Neutral. An agricultural, rural, and 
domestic journal. Full details appear in its pages of farm, 
dairy, live stock, stable, poultry, garden, and the nome. It is 
the " beau ideal of a popular agricultural journal." 
Published at 3-7, Southampton Street, Strand, W.C. 2. 

FARM AND HOME. Wednesday, 2rf. 
Established March, 1882. 
Principles : Independent. An illustrated journal of agricul- 
ture in all its branches. Contains articles by practical farmers 
and agricultural experts. Careful attention to tractor work, 
the dairy, and poultry. 

Published by Benn Bros., Ltd., 8, Bouverie St., E.C.4 Tele. 
City 9852. 

TTURMER AND STOCK-BREEDER. Monday, 2<i. 
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, ig 
overlooked. 

Published at 6, Essex St., Strand, W.C. 2. Tele. 2,882 Central. 

FEATHERED WORLD. Friday, 2d. 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, London, W.C. 2. 

FIELD. Friday, 1». Established January 1, 1853. 
Incorporates -CffHrfd/irf Water. 
The Field is a gentleman's paper, devoted to land and 
estate interests, farming, gardening, sports of all kinds, pastimes, 
natural history, and country pursuits generally, with sections 
on motoring and travel and colonisation. It is fully illustrated. 
Published by The Field Press, Ltd., Windsor House, Bream's 
Buildings, E.C.4. Tele. 2686 Holborn. Teleg. Field Newspaper 
London. ( Advt. p. 65.".. ) 

FINANCE. Saturday, &d. Established January 1, 1898. 
" A weekly journal and review." It is intended that all 
matters of general interest to investors and those concerned 
with financial matters find a place in its columns. Corre- 
spondence on matters of public interest is welcomed. 
Published at Broad Street House, New Broad Street, E.C. 2. 

FINANCIAL OPINION. Saturday, 3rf. 
A weekly paper devoted to Finance. Matters of vital 
interest to investors are treated with. Weekly contributions 
are given referring to Rubber, Oil and Mining in particular. 

Published at 62, Bishopsgate, E.C. Tele. London Wall 7373. 
(Advt., p. 4«7.) 

FINANCIAL OUTLOOK. Friday, \d. 
A weekly review of the Stock Market, containmg a 
retrospect of the past week's financial events. 
Published at 119-125, Finsbury Pavement, E.C. 2. 
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t FINANCIAL STANDARD. Tuesday, 3d. Established 1890. 
' A weekly journal devoted to finance, insurance, ana 
trade. The usual reports of meetings are given, with leading 
articles, &o. 
Published at Broad Street House, New Broad Street. B.C. 2. 

FINANCIAL WORLD. Saturday, 3(«. Established 188ri. 
A review of the week's finance, with special reviews on 
all current financial topics. 

Published at 7, Union Court, Old Broad Street, E.G. 2. 
Tele. 2698 Wall. Teleg. Aeroance Stock, London. 

FISHING GAZETTE. Friday, 6i. Established April, 1877. 
Principles : Neutral. The GazeUe is a paper " devoted 
to angling, river, lake, and sea-fishing, and fish-culture. 
Contains special articles on all fresh and salt-water hsh ana 
fishing ; state of the rivers ; where to fish ; angling notes and 
queries, &c., &c. ,,,„„ 

Published at 19, Adam Street, W.C.2. Tele. Gerrard 1196. 

FISH TRADES GAZETTE. Saturday, 4<f. 
Established May, 1883. 

The Fish Irades Gazette is emphatically a trade paper, 
containing exclusive articles, market reports and prices, special 
information 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, 
and the frying trade. 

Published at Peninsular House, Monument Street, E.G. S. 
Tele. Minories 1068. Teleg. Finfish, Bilgate, London. 

FLIGHT, THE AIRCRAFT ENGINEER AND AIRSHIPS. 
Thursday, 6d. Established 1908. 
Devoted to the interests, practice, and progress of aerial 
locomotion. Official organ of the Royal Aero Club. 

Published at 36, Gt. Queen Street, Kingsway, W.C.2. Tele. 
Gerrard 1828. Teleg. Truditur, Westcent, London, 

FREEMASON. Saturday, 3d. Established March, 1869. 
It contains all the most important information of the 
week relating to Freemasonry in every degree. Original 
articles and correspondence of Masonic subjects are given. 

Published at 21, Farringdon Avenue, E.C. i. Tele. Holborn 
2280. Tele. 678 Central. 

FREEMASON'S CHRONICLE. Saturday, £1 per annum. 
Established January, 1875. 
Pkinciples : Independent. The Freemason's Chronicle is 
entirely devoted to the interests of the craft, and very full re- 
ports appear of matters interesting to Masonic readers. 

Published by W. W. Morgan, Fleet Works, New Barnet. 
Tele. Barnet 309. 

FRIEND. Weekly, 3d. Established 1843. 
The only weekly paper of the Society of Friends 
(Quakers) in Europe. 

Published by The Swarthmore Press, Ltd., 24-25, Great 
Russell Street, W.C.I. Tele. Museum 3528. 

FRUIT, FLOWER & VEGETABLE TRADES' JOURNAL. 
Saturday, Zd. Established Oct. 5, 1895. 
This paper deals with all that concerns the raising and 
distribution of fruits, flowers, vegetables, &c. 
Published at 1, Mitre Court, E.C. 4. 

FRUIT-GROWER, FRUITERER, FLORIST, 
AND MARKET GARDENER. Thursday, M. 
Established 1895. 
A journal for orchard and market garden growers, agents, 
salesmen, and distributors, vegetable, flower, seed, and garden 
produce trades. 

Published by Benn Bros., Ltd., 8, Bouverie Street, Fleet 
Street, E.C. 4. Tele. City 9852. Teleg. Benbrotric, Fleet, 
London. 

GARDEN. Saturday, 3d. 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, drawings, engravings and plans. 

Published by Country Life Ltd., 20, Tavistock St., Strand, 
W.0.2. Tele. Gerrard 2748 and Regent 760. Teleg. The Garden, 
London. 



GARDENERS' CHRONICLE. Friday, &d. 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, nursery- 
men, market growers, country gentlemen, and botanists. It is 
excellently printed and copiously illustrated. 

Published by The Gardeners' Chronicle, Ltd., 5, Tavistock 
Street, Oovent Garden. W.C. 2. Tele. 1543 Gerrard. Teleg. 
Gardohron, Rand, London. 

GARDENING ILLUSTRATED. Thursday for Saturday, 2d. 
Established March, 1879. 
Practical information for gardeners, with illustrations. 
Special features include Answers to Queries, Garden Design, 
Room Flowers, Garden Food, Bees, &c. 

Published by Benn Bros, Ltd., 8, Bouverie St., E.C.4. 
Tele. City 9852. 

GAS JOURNAL. Wednesdays, \s. 
Established Feb. 10, 1849. 

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 and gas 
consumers, 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, Fleet— London. 

GAS WORLD. Saturday, 8d. Established 1884, 
Contains the latest, most varied, and most reliable intelli- 
gence upon all topics of interest connected with gas manufacture 
and supply. 

Published by Benn Bros., Ltd., 8, Bouverie Street, E.C. 4. 
Tele. City 9852. Teleg. AUangas, Fleet, London. 

GENTLEWOMAN. Thursday, 6d. Established 1890. 
Illustrated weekly newspaper for ladies, circulating 
amongst the most wealthy class. The Gentleivuman deals with 
every subject of interest to woman, including social news, 
dress, golf, sports, furnishing, cookery, and woman's political 
position. 

Published at 70-77, Long Acre, W.C. 2. Tele. Gerrard 9026. 
Teleg. Jayswood, London. (Advt., p. 550.) 

GRAPHIC. Friday, 1«. 
Established December 4, 1869. 

Pkinciplks : Independent. An admirably illustrated journal, 
combining "Literary excellence with artistic beauty." The 
illustrations are in the first style of art ; the leading artists 
of the day are its contributors. The literary portion of the 
paper is admirable and ample, and a series of Editorial notes 
on the topics of the day add greatly to its attractive character. 
The Graphic is to be found in all clubs and hotels in England 
and abroad. 

Published at Graphic Buildings, Tallis Street. Tele. Central 
7070. Teleg. Talliscano Fleet, London. 

GROCER. Saturday, 6d. Established 1861. 
This journal is the recognised organ of the grocery, 
provision, and concomitant trades, the interests of which it ably 
advocates. The earliest news is given on all topics connected 
with the trades which are represented by The Grocer, and full 
and exhaustive reports are given of all the London and 
provincial markets and Foreign butter markets up to Friday 
night. 

Published at Eastcheap Buildings, E.C. 3. Tele. Minories 1192. 
Teleg. Grocery, Bilgate, London. 

GROCERS' GAZETTE. Saturday, 3d. Established 1881. 
Pbinciples : 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- 
tion, and general reports. 

Publishedat71, Eastcheap, E.C. 3. Tele. 4140 Central. Teleg. 
Grocers'Gazette, Bilgate, London. (Advt., p. 553.) 

GROCERS' JOURNAL. Saturday, 2d. 
Established Deo. 3, 1874. 

Principles : Neutral. A widely-read trade organ, devoted 
to the interests of grocers, oilmen, tea-dealers, and provision 
merchants, and giving earliest news of importance or interest 
to all engaged in those and kindred trades. It contains 
numerous technical articles by trade experts, reports of the 
Mincing Lane, Liverpool, and other provincial markets and an 
exceptionally full list of current prices. 

Publi8hedat22-2a,GreatTowerSt.,E.C.3. Tele. Avenue373. 

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GUARDIAN (with which <• Incorporated Tlu) Churoh- 
woman). Friday, 3(f. Established Jan. 21, 184(i. 

Principlks : Aniclo-Ciitholic. The immeilinte 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 (rniHT ; (hivoting much space to reviews of nooks, and to 
educutionjil matters, as well as to subjects interesting to men 
and women workers in the many branches of religious and social 
life. It contains, also, well-written criticisms on music and 
the arts, and able leading articles on most subjects which 
bear on the social reforms brought before the public. It is 
an intluentiiil journal. 

It is the authoritative newspaper of the Church of England, 
and gives lirst hand information on all subjeets affecting the 
interests of the Church, whilst on all important matters such as 
Church ('ongres8»!S and Ccmvocations, its reports are regarded 
as official. Special pages are devoted to Women's interests. 

Published by A. J. Knight, 29, King Street, W.C.2. Tele. 
7676 Gerrard. Teleg. Guardian, Rand, London. (Advt., p. 497.) 

HAIRDRESSERS' WEEKLY JOURNAL. Saturday, id. 
Established May, 1882. 
This is the recognised organ of English-speaking hairdressers 
and perfumers throughout the world. Its princi|)les are inde- 
penilent. 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 Osborne, Garrett & Co., Ltd., 51-54, Frith St., 
Soho, W.l. Tele. Gerrard 5975. 

HARDWARE TRADE JOURNAL. Weekly, I5s. perann. 
For Ironmongers, Engineers, Manufacturers, and the 
Iron and Metal Trades. 

Published by Benn Bros., Ltd., 8, Bouverie Street, E.G. 4. 
Tele. City 9852. 

HARPER'S WINE AND SPIRIT GAZETTE. 
Saturday, 42*. per annum (including Harper's Manual). 
All matters affecting the Wine and Spirit trades are fully 
dealt with. 

Published at 39-40, Crutched Friars, E.C.3. Tele. Avenue, 3444. 
Teleg. Harperette, London. 

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.G. 4. Tele. 
1695 Holborn. Teleg. Brookleigh, London. 

HORSE AND HODND. Saturday, 3<i. 
Established March, 1884. 
" A journal for every sportsman." This paper is devoted to 
racing, hunting and general sporting matters. It is of par- 
ticular interest to breeders, hunting folk and horse-dealers. 
Published at 110, Strand, W.C. 2. Tele. Gerrard 6600. 

TLLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS. Saturday, Is. 
J- Established May 14, 1842. Non-political. 

It presents in pictorial form items of interest, and is famous 
amongst other things, for its remarkable illustrations of the 
most recent events in e.\ploration, the newest scientific dis- 
coveries, and the latest archieological " finds". In addition it 
deals, of course, with the news of the day. Letterpress by 
distinguished writers deals with many of the subjects depicted 

Published at 172, Strand, W.C.2. 

Tele. Gerrard 120. (Advt,, p. 653). 

TLLUSTRATED POLICE NEWS. Tues.,2(l. Estab. 1864 
X Principles : Independent. 

It is a specially illustrated police journal, and contains 
articles on Racing, Football, Cricket and Boxing 

Published at Merton House, St. Bride's Avenue, Fleet St 
E.G. 4. Tele. 3898 Central. ' 

ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND DRAMATIC NEWS 
Friday. U. Established 1874. 
■ Principles : Independent. It aims at justice and irapar- 
I tiality in describing all sports and the drama. The 
illustrations are of the highest order. The articles are all 
characterised by freshness and talent. Printed on Art Paper 
Published at 172, Strand, W.C.2. Tele, 2518 Gerrard. (Advt.' 
p. 663.) *' 



TNDU8TRIAL DAILY NEWS. Dally, «7 7». Orf. per annum. 
X The only Daily for Constniction and Engineers. 
Address : 12, London Wall, London, E.G. 2. 

TNSURANCE AND FINANCE CHRONICLE. 
± 1st and 15th of Month, 4(i. Established 1869. 

Principles: Independent. The Finance Chronicle is de- 
voted chieHy to insurance and kindred institutions. Com- 
panies' statements are printed and criticised on their meritf 
auly as they are made public. 

Published by Russell & Co., 2, Copthall Buildings, E.G. 2. 
Tele. Bank 6362. 

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.G. 4. 

TNSURANCE RECORD. Friday, 2d. 
-L Established January, 1863. 

Devotes special attention to life, fire, accident, marine and 
other forms of insurance, the advantages of which it insistently 
advocates. 

Published at 11, Duke Street, Adelphi, W.C. 2. 

TNVESTORS' CHRONICLE AND MONEY MARKET 
L REVIEW. Saturday, 6rf. Established I860. 

Principles : Independent. Covers all world events, political 
and economic, affecting business interests. Correspondents 
in all countries and home provincial centres. Special weekly 
articles on all sections of the Stock Markets, plantation and 
mining shares. 

Published at 7 and 8, Drapers Gardens, Throgmorton Avenue, 
E.C.2. Tele. London Wall 9622, 

INVESTORS' GUARDIAN. Saturday, 6rf. Established 186a 
Principles: For over 50 years the recognised Organ of 
Public Companies. This paper, by directing attention to 
the weak points of new companies, and the position of the 
established ones, successfully guards the interests of Investors. 
Gives particulars of every company registered in the 
United Kingdom. The Investors' Onardian 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.G. 3. 
Tele. 4,230 Avenue. Teleg. Ennoble, Led, London. 

TNVESTORS' REVIEW. Saturday, U. 
J_ 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. 

TRON AND COAL TRADES' REVIEW. Friday,9rf. 
J. Annual Sub. 40«. Established 1866. 

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 to those in the trades dealt 
with by this paper is allowed to go unrecorded. 

Published at Bessemer House, Adelphi, Strand, W.C. 2. 

Tele. 6611 Gerrard. Teleg. Zacatecag, Westrand, London. 

IRONMONGER. Saturilay, 9rf. Established 1869. 
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, Gannon Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Central 3617. 
Teleg. Ironmonger, Cannon, London. 

JEWISH CHRONICLE. Friday, U. Established 1841. 
U The organ of British-Jewry. The state of affairs, both 
social and religious, among the community of Jews in 
Great Britain 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. Clerkenwell 
1766. Teleg. Jaechron, Finsquare, London. 



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JEWISH GUARDIAN. Weekly, 2d. Established 1919. 
An up-to-date and Independent weekly family newspaper 
for the Jewish community, with a strong editorial policy, the 
object of which is to cement and raise the mutual opinion of 
the English and Jewish races- 
Published at 149, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. Tele. Holborn, 6694. 

JEWISH WORLD. Wednesday, 2rf. Established 1873. 
A hi^h-class weekly newspaper. The news of the day 
specially interesting to this large and influential body is 
excellently arranged and commented upon. It contains popular 
articles of a literary character and a story ea<:h week. It 
publishes each week some pages of topical photographs. It is 
a popular journal among Jews of all classes. 

Published at 2, Finsbury Square, E.G. 2. Tele. Clerken- 
well 1766. 



JOHN BULL. Wednesday, 2(f. 
The weekly journal for the " Man-in-the-Street," dealing 
with current topics and aflfairs. 

Published by Odhams' Press. Ltd., Long Acre, W.C. 2. Tele. 
Gerrard 9870. Teleg. Southernwood, Rand, London. (Advt. 
p. 498.) 

JOINT STOCK COMPANIES' JOURNAL. Wednesday, U. 
Established 1845. 
A mid-weekly financial and commercial newspaper. Special 
articles on Industrials, Mines, Insurance, Banking, Rubber, 
Oil, etc. 

Published at 11, Queen Victoria Street, B.C. 4. Tele. Central 
6161. 

JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF ARTS. 
Friday, Is. Established 1852. 
This is the organ of the Royal Society of Arts. It is free to 
Fellows, is published weekly, and contains full reports of all 
the Society's proceedings, as well as a variety of information 
connected with Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce. 

Published John Street, Adelphi.W.C. 2. Tele. 6610, Gerrard. 
Teleg. Praxiteles, Westrand, London. 

JUSTICE. Thursday, 2d. Established 1 884. 
Pbinciples: 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. 1. Tele. Central 4249. 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Saturday, Is. U. 
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. Holborn 2466. 

KINEMATOGRAPH WEEKLY. 
Thursday, 1». 
The original and leading trade organ of the Film Industry. 
Published by Odhams' Press, Ltd., 85-94, Long Acre, W.C. 2. 

7f!f.:.'*'""'?S?x ^^'^*'- '''^'^g- Southernwood, Rand, London. 
(Advt., p. 498.) 

LA CHRONIQUE. Saturday, l,i. 
Established 1899. 
• ??°'S'°! *^1.°*"'? °^ *'"' *8«k of interest to French people 
in the United Kingdom. It is the organ of the French Colony 
m London. -' 

S?*'l'*i® J '^A^' Besaboroagh Street, Vauxhall Bridge, S.W. 1. 
West End (MlcB : 16, Lisle Street, Leicester Square, W.C. 2. 

LABO0B NEWS AND EMPLOYMENT ADVERTISER. 
Wednesday, 2d. Established 1871 
PBINCIPLES: Neutral This is "an independent organ of 
Information on the condition and requirements of the labour 
S"w sub' t * """^ abroad." It is an authority on all 

Published at 10, Farringdon Avenue, E.C. 4. 

r ADIES' FIELD Wednesday 1,. Established April, 1898. 

isiet^^;^^s:=?ru?U^^rhed^i"^'- ^-^'- -" 

76^."''^et;' L^i^'teTC^nL"™'"'' ^■''- '^ ™*- «^««°' 



LADY. Wednesday, &d. Established February 19, 1885. 
The Lady 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. 

LANCET. Friday, 1«. Established Sunday, Oct. 5, 1823. 
Peinciples: Independent. A journal of British and 
foreign medicine, surgery, obstetrics, physiology, chemistry, 
pharmacology, public health, and news. The Lancet reports 
lectures delivered at the principal hospitals and medical 
schools throughout the kingdom, investigates important and 
interesting cases, gives appropriate and telling remarks upon 
current medical topics, elucidates the modern practice of physic 
in all its phases: it reviews medical books, reports medical 
trials, and it numbers amongst its correspondents and contri- 
butors the first scientific men in the world. 

Published at 423. Strand. W.C. 2. Tele. 5356 Gerrard. Teleg. 
Lancet, Westrand, London. 

LAND AGENTS' RECORD. Saturday, 6<i. Established 
April, 1878. 
The Ijand, Agents' Record is the representative journal of land 
agents, surveyors, and auctioneers. It gives special attention to 
estate matters, and represents the interests of real property. 
It gives full details of forthcoming auctions, results of sales, 
and special estate information. 

Published by Land Agents' Record Ltd., 149, Strand, W.C. 2. 
Tele. 2291 Central. 

LAW JOURNAL. Saturday, 1«., with notes of oases. 
Established 1866. 

PRINCIPLE8: Neutral. This paper consists of two parts, 
one of which contains notes of all the imporcant 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 cases decided in the County 
Courts. 

Published at 37 & 39, Essex Street, Strand, W.C. 2. Tele. 
2868 Gerrard. 

LAW TIMES AND REPORTS. Incorporates TA^ Co»«<y 
Courts Chnmde. Friday, 2*. Established April 8, 1843. 

Principi,K8 ; 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 Press, Ltd., Windsor House, 
Bream's Buildings, Chancery Lane, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 2686. 
(Advt., p. 653.) 

LEATHER TRADES REVIEW. Wednesday. Annual 
subscription, 20». 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, patent, 
and bankruptcy intelligence, and technical articles by the 
leading leather trade experts. 

Published by W. Agnew, Ltd., 24, Mark Lane. E.C. 8. 

Tele. Central 11411. 



Thursday. Annual subscription. 



LEATHER WORLD. 
15*. 

Technical, Practical and Commercial Journal for the Hide 
Leather and Allied Industries. Ita technical and practical 
articles are written by the leading authorities in the trade, and 
together with its market reports and general news matter 
contributes a weekly record of the worids Hide and Leather 
trade. 

Published by Leather Trades Pub. Co., Ltd., 177, Bermondsey 
Street, London, S.E. 1. (Advt., p. 563 ) 

Tele. Hop 2233. Teleg. Leather Worid, Berm, London. 

Tj^'^PO^nRr^/^^'^-^'^^^f^'?: GAZETTE AND HOTEL 
±U COURIER. Friday, 3rf. Established July, 1872. 

thi?nfi;i!hf%-*^^l!*?V.^ high-class newspaper devoted to 
the interests of the hotel, tavern, and innkeepers of the United 
Kingdom-whose official organ it is. Notifies all trade matters 
of importance, contains powerf ully-written trade articles, gives 
great prominence to sport and the general intelligence of the 

TX^J'^ltolaiH V^"."'?,^'*'^^^*''*'**' ^•f'- *• Tele. Central 4947. 
leleg. Licensed Victuallers' Gazette, London. 



THE LONDON NEWSPAPER PRESS. 



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LICENSING WORLD. Ssturdsy.-Hii. Established 1892. 
An official illustrated newspiipor devoted to the intereetB 
of the licensed trade in all itH branches, sport, music, etc. 
Published at 27, Russell S<iuare, Bloomsbury, W.C. 1. 

LIGHT. Snturday, id. Established January 8, 1881. 
" A journal devoted to the interests of psyohioal research." 
This paper collcctn and records facts in reference to spiritualism 
and psychical phenomena, and discusses such other allied 
topics as now occupy the attention of thinking men and 
women. 
Published at 5, Queen Square, Southampton Row, W.C. 1. 
Tele. Museum 5106. Teleg. Survival, London. 



LIVE STOCK .JOURNAL, 
Illustrated. Friday, id 



Studs, Herds and Flocks 

_ . 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 

Sure-bretf live stock. Circulates among breeders and buyers of 
orses, cattle, sheep, pigs, kc, and gives full reports of agricul- 
tural shows and sales. Its foreign edidon goes all over 
the world. 
Published by Vinton k Co., Limited, 8, Bream's BIdgs., B.C.4. 
Tale. Holbom 1180. Teleg. Vinton Company, London. 

LLOYD'S LIST LAW REPORTS. Thursday. 
£6 6-«. Od. annual subscription. 
Those reports consist of a reprint in weekly parts, carefully 
inde.xed, of all the Maritime and Commercial Law Cases 
reported in Lloyd's List, to which have been added verbatim 
reports of Judgments. 

Published at the Royal Exchange, London, B.C. 3. Tele. 
London Wall 3563. Teleg. Lloyd's List, London. 



LLOYD'S LIST WEEKLY SUMMARY. Friday, 6rf. 
Incorporates the Shipping Gazette Weekly Summary. A 
weekly resume of the news published in Lloyd's Daily List, 
and containing a full list of casualties for the week, and all 
vessels outward and homeward bound. 
Published at The Royal Exchange. B.C. 3. 
Tele. London Wall 3563. Teleg. Lloyd's List, London. 

LLOYD'S LOADING LIST. Monday, Crf. Established 1853. 
Incorporates The Geiutral 'Weekly Shipping List and Postal 
and Mercantile Directory, 

Contains a free list of vessels loading at Home Ports, for all 
parts of the world, together with Customs and other Reports of 
ships entered and cleared, and a Quarterly Supplement of 
Loading Brokers. Its authority with Government departinents, 
and in railway, 8hi])ping, transport, merchants' and manufac- 
turers' offices is undoubted. 

Published at the Royal Exchange, London, B.C. 3. Tele. 
London Wall 3563. Teleg. Lloyds' Loading List, London. 



LOCAL GOVERNMENT CHRONICLE. Saturday, 3d. 
Established (as Knight's Official 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, Tooley, London. 

LOCAL GOVERNMENT JOURNAL AND OFFICIALS' 
GAZETTE. Saturd.ay, 2d. Established Febniary, 1872. 
Gives information concerning Local Government ; contain- 
advertisements ot tenders open and sitnations vacant under 
public bodies ; reports of Local Government bodies. 

Published by The Local Government Journal Ltd., 7, Chi- 
chester House, Chancery Lane, W.C. 2. Tele. Holbom 1999. 
Teleg. Localmente, London. 



LONDON COMMERCIAL RECORD. Friday, 258. per 
annum. Established June 29, 1842. 
Politics: Neutral. This journal is devoted to questions 
eminently commercial. Merchant-law, and the economy of 
Home and Foreign Trade are discussed and explained in its 
columns ; and its voluminous information, including correct and 
detailed market reix)rt8 of produce, grain, provisions, metals, 
lists of arrivals, deliveries and stocks, freights, etc., is brought up 
to the latest period. 

Published by Smith, Oowland & Co. Ltd., 3, Church St., 
Minories, B.l. Tele. Avenua 2864, Teleg. Runningly, Aid., 
London. 



LONDON GAZETTE (By Authority). Tnewlay and Friday. 
2*. Noutnd. Established Nov. 14, 1665. 

The appointed organ for all announcements of the Executive. 

Circulates, or should cir<-vdate, among all those whoso duty or 
interest it is to keep a constant eye on those important official or 
legal announcements which it is its peculiar province to convoy to 
the public. Moreover, it is so recognised by law, and in so many 
cases prescribed by Parliamentarj^ enactment, as the appropriate 
nuHlium of annotmc«ment in affairs which it is proper to make 
public, that it is well to ix! 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 Gazette an essential ingredient in its validity. It is Govern- 
ment property and all communications on the business of the 
London Gazette should be addressed to the Superintendent, 
Office of the London Gazette, Imperial Ho., Kingsway, W.C.2. 

Published by H.M. Stationery Office. Tele. Gerrard 411. 
(AdTt.,p. 664.) 



LONDON MAIL. Saturday, 2d. 
A humorous illustrated weekly dealing with current 
society topics, literature and the stage. 
Published by Odhams' Press, Ltd., 85-94, Long Acre, W.C. 2. 
Tele. Gerrard 9870. Teleg. Southernwood, Rand, London. 
(Advt., p. 498.) 



LONDON OPINION. Saturday, 2d. 
Founded 1904. 
A humorous, illustrated, topical, literary weekly. 
Published at 67-68, Chandos Street, W.C. 2. Tele. Gerrard 
6201. Teleg. London Opinion, Westrand, London. 



LONDON WELSHMAN AND KELT. Saturday, Irf. 
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 juper in the interest of the Italian 
people, and to aid the Anglo-Italian movement. 
Published at 6, Fitxroy Street, Fitzroy Square, W. 1, 



MACHINERY MARKET. Friday, 3d. 
Established 1879. 
A Commercial Engineering Journal. A business journal for 
machinery and power users. 

Published at Wardrobe Chambers, 146a, Queen Victoria 
Street, London, B.C. 4. Tele. Central 730. Teleg. Wadham, 
Cent, London. 



MAIL. Wednesday, 6d. 
Established March 2, 1789. 
Contains all the leading articles which have appeared in 
the six day's previous issues of The Times, and all the more 
important foreign and special articles, financial comment, and 
letters to the Editor of The Times. 

Published by The Times Publishing Co. (Ltd.), Printing-house 
Square, B.C. 4. 
Tele. Holbom 6600. Teleg. The Times, London. 



MARK LANE EXPRESS AGRICULTURAL JOURNAL. 
Monday, 2d. Established 1832. 
The leading British authority on Agriculture and Stock Breed- 
ing. By practical Stock Breeders and Farmers. 
Published at 3-7, Southampton Street, Strand, W.C, 2. 



MEDICAL OFFICER. Friday, I». 
Established 1908. 

A journal for medical men in the Government and municipal 
services, dealing with all matters concerning the publio health. 
It reports the transactions of various medical societies, and 
publishes papers and lectures by the leading authorities on the 
subject of State medicine in 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 ot 
developments in sanitary science. 

Published at 36-38, Whitefriars Street, B.C. 4. 

Tele. 4941, Holborn. Teleg. Phonema, Fleet, London. 



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MEDICAL PRESS AND CIRCULAR. Wednesday, U. 
Annual subscription, 21»., (abroad 23«. 6d). 
Established 1838. 
This is a " class" paper, devoted entirely to the interests of the 
inodical profession, and the advancement of medical science. The 
Medical Press and Circular is an entirely independent organ, and 
advocates the interests of the medical profession. Great attention 
is given to all medical affairs of national interest. It publishes 
a special supplement which is the official organ of the Irish 
Medical Association. 

Published at 8, Henrietta St., Covent Garden, W.C. 2, and 29, 
Nassau Street, Dublin. Tele. 4646 Gerrard. Teleg. BaiUiere- 
rand, London. 

MEN'S WEAR. Weekly, 2<f. 
Established 1902. 
A weekly trade record. The weekly journal for clothiers, 
outfitters, tailors, hosiers, hatters, boot and shoe dealers 
and all interested in the men's wear trades. 
Published at 154, 155 & 15&, Cheapside, E.G. 2. Tele. City 582. 
Teleg. Men's Wear, Cent, London. 

METAL WORLD. (Incorporates the ^"s^cfftoiff;) H'orMand 
the Avstralasian and Canadian Wor/d.) Thursday, Gd. ; 
subscription 20». home, 2.5j(. abroad. . ,. • 

A weekly paper devoted to metals, freights, and shipping, 
Special attention is given to Imperial developments. 
I'ublished at 37, St. Mary Axe, E.C.3. 

METHODIST RECORDER. Thursday, 'Id. Estab. 1861. 
The leading organ of the Methodist Chiurches. Wholly 
devoted to Methodism. Methodist news is given at length, with 
signed articles, interviews, correspondence, sermons, stories, &c. 
Published by Wesleyan Methodist Newspaper Co. (Lim.), 161. 
Fleet Street, E.C. 4. 

METHODIST TIMES. Thursday, 2<i. Estab. Jan. 1, 1885. 
Pkixciples : Liberal and Progressive Methodist. 
Aggressive Evangelism ; Social Questions; Christian Union; 
Foreign Missionary matters, Women's Work, Sunday School and 
Boys and Girls Organisations are specially dealt with. News 
reported brightly. 

Published bv Horace Marshall & Son, 125, Fleet Street, 
E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 6050. 

MILLER, THE. Monday. Annual Subscription, 25s. 
Established 1875. 
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.C. 3. Tele. Central lUU. 

MINING JOURNAL, RAILWAY AND COMMERCIAL 
GAZETTE. Saturday, 8d. Established 1835. 

A record of mining and metallurgical progress. It ad- 
vocates the interests of the mining and metallurgical indus- 
tries at home and abroad, and has a uuique 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 Minirig Junrnal prices." 

Published at 15, George Street, Mansion House, E.C. 4. Tele. 
4411 Central. Teleg. Tutwork, London. 

MINING WORLD AND ENGINEERING RECORD. 
Saturday, M. Established 1871. 
Pkincipleb : Independent. It contains leading articles on 
all important questions affecting mining interests. Public 
meetings are reported. Technical 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, Stock, London. 

MIRROR OF LIFE AND BOXING WORLD. Wednes- 
day, Id. Established 1893. 
Devoted chiefly to boxing, athletics and racing. Ringside 
illustrations are a feature. 
Published at 13, Bread Street Hill, E.C. 4. Tele. Bank 216. 

MONEY. Tuesday, 6<i. 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 companies, 
kc, are criticised in Money. 
Publisbed at 11, Queen Victoria Street, E.C. 4 



MOROCCO. Friday, Gd. Established 1918. 
A weekly paper and review dealing with Moroccan and 
general North African affairs. 

Proprietors : Morocco Publishing Co., Ltd., Temple Bar 
House, 28, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. City 1671. 

MOTION PICTURE STUDIO. Saturday, id. 
Published by Odhams' Press, Ltd., 85-94, Long Acre, 
Vi.C. 1. Tele. Gerrard y870. Teleg. Southernwood Kand, 
London. 



MOTOR. Wednesday, U. 
A weekly journal dealing authoritatively with nil 
matter connected with and allied to the motor industry, 
placing on record the performance of motor vehicles of all 
countries and concentrating its efforts on propaganda of 
Imperial interest. 

Published by the Proprietors, Temple Press. Ltd., at 7, 9, 11, 
13, 15, Rosebery Avenue, E.C. 1. Holborn 5292. 



MUNICIPAL ENGINEERING AND THE SANITARY 
RECORD. Thursday, 4rf. Established 1874. 

Principles: Independent. This is the oldest and foremost 
journal devoted to Municipal Engineering and Public Health. 
Contains the latest information relating to Municipal and 
Sanitary Engineering ; Water Supply and Sewerage ; Public 
Health Administration; Housing and Town Planning; Roads 
and Road Making; Public Street Lighting, Fire Protection, 
Waste Utilisation, Municipal Motor Vehicles, Concrete, etc. 

Publishers of the "Empire Municipal Directory and Year 
Book." Containing the names of all the Corporations County, 
Urban and Rural District Councils in Great Britain and Ireland 
and their officials. Price, 10s. f>d. 

Published at 8, Bream's Buildings, Chancery Lane, E.C. 4, 
Tele. Holborn 5502. Teleg, Sanatorius, Fleet, London. 

MUNICIPAL JOURNAL. Friday, U. 
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. 

Published at Sardinia House, Kingsway, W.C. 2. Tele. 
Holborn 5131. 



NATION AND ATHEN^UM. Saturday, 9(«. Established 
1890 as Speaker and 1828 as the Athenreum. 
The Nation and the Aihena^um is a weekly journal of 
politics, literature, religion, science, art, the drama, and finance. 
Published at 170, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. City 7363. 
Teleg. Nationetta, Westrand, London. 

XJATEONAL WEEKLY. Saturday. 2d. 

L\ Established December 2, 1916. 

A weekly journal devoted to Internationalism, National 
Societies, and Labour. 

Oftices— Empire House, 175, Piccadilly, W. 1. 

VTATURE. Thursday, Is. Established November 4, 1869 
IN Presents a regular record of scientific progress, and 
of original observations and results. Its correspondence 
columns are used by sciontifio 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. 

XT EAR EAST. Thursday, 6rf. Established 1909. 
LN A weekly review of the politics, literature, fluance and 
commerce of the Balkan Peninsula, Egypt and the Sudan, and 
Morocco, Asia Minor, Syria and Palestine, Arabia, Mesopotamia, 
Persia and India. 

Published at I, Devonshire Square, E.C. 2. Tele. Wall 618. 
Teleg. Eastaprox, Ave, London. 

NEW AGE. Thursday, Id. 
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. 



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NKW 8TATK8MAN. Saturday. M. 
RRtablished 1913. 
A weekly review of Politics and Literature. DlBcusseg 
national affairs of moment with an independent and vigorous 
spirit. Includes several pages of Book reviews, correspondence 
and ('itv topics. 

Published at 10, Great Queen Street, Kingsway, W.C. 2. Tele. 
Gerrard 1640. 

NEW WITNESS. Friday, U. 
Establi-shed 1912. 
1 Contributions by well-known authorities on current events, 
}>olitical. international and literary. It holds strong views on 
political and social reform and advocates democratic measures. 
Literature and Finance are also dealt with. 
Published at 20 and 21, Essex Street, Strand, W.C. 2. 
Tele. City 1978. 

NEWSAGENT, BOOKSELLER'S REVIEW, AND 
STATIONERS' GAZETTE. Friday, 3d. Estab. 1889. 
The oldest trade journal and leading newspaper representing 
thcunitedinterestsofallbranchesof the Publishing, btationery 
and Allied Trades. 

Publii-hcil at 37 & 38, Strand, W.C. 2. Tele. Regent 5761. 
Teleg. Goulwar, Ixmdon. 

NEWSPAPER WORLD. Saturday, 3<i. 
(Continuation of Newspaper Otener and incorporating 
the f'irciilntiim Ma)iagn:) 
Established 1898. 
This paper is devoted to the interests of newspaper 
proprietors and workers. It contains many articles and notes 
of practical value to all engaged in new.spaijer production. 

Published at 14, Cross St., Finsbury, E.C.2. Tele. Clerkenwell 
2393. 

NURSING MIRROR. Thursday for Saturday, 2d. 
The accredited organ of the Nursing profession. 
Published at 28 & 29, Southampton St., Strand, W.C. 2. Tele. 
Gerrard, 2734. Toleg. Nursnoos, Rand, London. (Advt., p. 681.) 

NURSING TIMES AND JOURNAL OF MIDWIFERY. 
Saturday, Id. 
A professional iournal for trained nurses. 
Published by Macmillan & Co.. Ltd., St. Martin's St., W.C. 2. 
Tele. Gerrard 883(). Teleg. Publish, London. 

OIL AND COLOUR TRADES JOURNAL. Saturday, f,d. 
Ann. Subs., £1, 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.G. 4. Tele. City 8257. Central 12833. 

OIL NEWS. Fridav, 3rf. 
Established 1912. 
Devoted to the petroleum industry. It gives weekly outputs, 
reports, comments, financial quotations, &o. 
Published at 32, Great St. Helen's, E.G. 3. Tele. City 8424. 

OUTLOOK. Saturday, M. Established 1898. 
Foreign affairs a speciality ; home politics, literature, 
drama, art, finance. 

Published by the Neio Outlook Co., Ltd., Castle Court, 
Poppin's Court, E.C.4. Tele. Holborn 5083. 

PAPER TRADE REVIEW, THE WORLD'S. Friday, M. 
Established 1879. £1 10». id. (including postage) per 
annum ; Foreign, £l 12«. &d. 

A weekly international journal for paper-makers, and paper- 
null 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 8407. Teleg. Stonhill, Fleet, London. 

PASSING SHOW. Monday, U. 
Established March 20, 1915. 
An illustrated weekly journal of wit and wisdom, reviewing 
current events, and containing the work of leading artists, 
cartooni.sts and writers. 

Published by Odhams' Press, Ltd., 85-94, Long Acre. W.C.2. 
Tele. Gerrard 9370. Teleg. Southernwood, Rand, London. 
(Advt., p. 498.) 

PETROLEUM TIMES. Saturday, 9<i. 
The Times is the representative organ of the oil industry 
throughout the world. It gives all the exports and imports 
from the various countries, oil stocks, &c. The articles on 
the trade are of the highest order, bemg usually by the 
acknowledged authorities on the subjects dealt with. 

Published at 4, Uroad Street Place, E.G. 2. Tele. Central 
6648. Teleg. Petrofield, London. 



PHARMACEUTICAL JOURNAL AKD PHARMACIST 
Saturday. !«. Established 1841 . 
This paper is the oflficial organ of the Pharmaceutfcal 
Society or Great Britain and the oldest weekly paper for 
pliarmaiists. It is a most valuable " trade organ," containing a 
large mass of important information. 
Published at Newspaper Buildiugg, Portugal Street, W.C. 2. 
Tele. Holborn 5800. Teleg. Pharmads, Bstrand, London. 

PICTURES. Monday, 2(/. 
A weekly journal for the Filra-Iover. Printed entirely 
in photogravure. All the news of the film world. 

Published by Odhams' Press, Ltd., 85-94, Long Acre, W.C. 2. 
Tele. Gerrard 9870. Teleg. Southernwood, Rand, London. 

POLICE REVIEW AND PARADE GOSSIP. Friday, 2<i. 
Established 1893. 
The organ of the British Consuabulary, Railway Police, and 
of the National Association of Retired Police Officers; largely 
educational, especially in Police law and practice. A special 
feature is made of the report? of proceedings of the statutory 
Police Federation. 
Published at 8, Red Lion Square, W.C. 1. Tele. Holborn 292. 

T")OULTRY. Friday, Id. Established 1848. 

L A practical paper dealing with the keeping of poultry 
by all classes of poultry raisers. It contains all the latest 
poultry information, and is fully illustrated. 
Published at Hood Ho., 71, Fleet St., E.G. 4. Tele. City 7393. 

PRIMITIVE METHODIST LEADER. Thursday, 2d. 
Established 1868. The only P.M. newspaper. It con- 
tains all the denominational intelligence of the churches. 
Published by A. C. Vincent, 73, Farringdon Street, E.G. 4. 

PRINTER AND STATIONER. BRITISH AND COLONIAL 
Thursday, 2(i. 13«. per annum (postage paid). Estab. 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 every fourth week. It is an excellent trade 
journal. 

Published by Stonhill & Gillis, 68, Shoe Lane, E.G. 4. 

Tele. City 8407. Teleg. Stonhill, Fleet, London. 

PRODUCE MARKETS REVIEW. Saturday, 3a!. 
Ann. Subs., 15«. post free. Established 1866. 
The Review 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., 133, High Holborn. 
W.C. 1. Tele. Holborn 199. 

PUIII, 10 OPINION. Friday, 3<«. Established 1861. 
PltiN'ClPLES: 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 .'v; Son, 12.5. Fleet Street, E.G. 4. 
Tele. (Editorial) Holborn 5736. Holborn 6050. 

PDBLISHERS' CIRCULAR. Saturday, 4rf. Est. Sept., 1837. 
This publication conveys an account of works in the press, 
works newly published, and of book-auctions at home, with a 
summary of literary intelligence. The circulation is not con- 
fined to the members of the book trade, but book societies, and 
purchasers generally, find here a carefulregistry of all new books 
published at home o* imported, their full titles, size, price, 
number of pages, names of publishers, illustrations, and other 
similar information. 

Published by Publish/<ra' Circular (Limited), 19, Adam 
Street. Strand, W.G.2. Tele. Gerrard 1196. . 

PUNCH. Wednesday, %d. Established 1841. 
The leading British humorousand satirical journal, which 
may be regardecl as a national institution. Its ])<iges contain 
the best products of the literary and pictorial humorists 
of the day, and its political and social cartoons have afforded a 
succession of highly gifted artists in black-and-white an un- 
rivalled field for the exercise of their talents. 

Published by Bradbury. Agnew & Co., Ltd., at 10, Bouverie 
Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Holborn 2940. Teleg. Charivari, Fleet, 
London. (Advt., p. 218.) 

QUEEN. Thursday, l.». Established 1861. 
Principles: Neutral. Its sub-title, " The Ladle's News- 
paper," indicates its scope. It provides the earliest 
fashions from Paris; full reports of Court and society news; 
news and criticism of art, music and the drama ; serial stories by 
well-known writers and authoritative articles on all subjectx of 
interest to educated women. Expert advice is given on dresx, 
trave', education and all branchei of household management. It 
is well illustrated. 

Published by The Field Press. Ltd.. Bream's Buildings, 
Chancery Une, E.C.4. Tele. 2686 Holborn. Teleg. Field 
Newspaper, London. (Advt., p. 684.) 



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RACING WORLD. Saturday, 2rf. Tuesday, 2d. 
Established 1886. Thursday Special, ]«. 
A journal of racing intelligence. Programmes of races, 
key numbers, training reports, and Newmarket notes occupy 

i tift Stl AC6 

Published at 2, Mitre Court. Fleet St., B.C.4 . Tele. City 2990. 
Teleg. Racing World, Fleet, London. 

HAILWAY GAZETTE AND RAILWAY NEWS. 
Friday, U. Established July, 1892. Incorporates the 
Xaihoay Times, Established 1837, and the Railway hews. 
Established 1864. 

An illustrated weekly review of railways, docks, harbours, 
and shipping. The whole of the varied interests invc^ved 
in the carrj-ing world are fully considered and carefully 
reported. 

Published at 33, Tothill Street, Westminster, S.W. 1. Tele. 
Victoria 8836. Teleg. Trazette, London. (Advt., p. 653.) 

RAILWAY REVIEW. Friday, 2d. Estab. July 16, 1880. 
Principles : Labour. The Beview records all informa- 
tion relative to railway men, the management of nulways 
and Improved appliances, &c., for working railways. It is the 
recognised organ of the National Union of Railwaymen, and 
advocates the reform of abuses and dangers on railways. 
The Railway Review is essentially a journal of practical 
interest to the man who works on the line, and is greatly 
esteemed among its readers for the impartial spirit in which 
it deals with all subjects. It gives accurate and readable 
reports of current events, and its technical articles are written 
by experts. 

Published at 312, Gray's Inn Road, W.C. 1. Tele. North 3126. 
(Advt. p. 564.) 

1 E C O R D. Thursday, 2d. Established January, 1828. 
..^ w Pbinciples : Independent. The Becord 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 i 3. Red Lion Court, Fleet St., E.G. 4. Tele. 
Central 13139. 

T? E V 1 E W . Friday, 6ii. Established 1869. 
Jtv Principles: Neutral. All matters connected with Life, 
Fire, and Accident Insurance world are discussed in its pages, 
reports of meetings, &c. 
Published at 20, Bucklersbury, E.C. 4. Tele City 2124. 

RUBBER WORLD AND FINANCIAL ADVERTISER. 
Thursday, \d. 
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 : Independent. 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. 

Editorial, Publishing and Advertisement Office, 9, King 
Street, Covent Garden, W.C. 2. Tele. 3157 Gerrard. 

SCHOOL GOVERNMENT CHRONICLE. Saturday, 6d. 
Established February, 1871. 
The Sehml Oovemment Chronicle is the official organ of the 
Association of Education Committees and the 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., te.C.4. Tele. Central 10084. 

SCHOOLMASTER. Saturday, 3d. 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, KiC.4. Tele. 
0«ntral 3488. Teleg. Schoolmaster, London^ 



SCHOOLMISTRESS. Thursday, 2/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 WORLD. Every Wednesday, 6d. Established 
May, 1883. 
An illustrated weekly newspaper for Shipowners and Ship- 
builders everywhere. 

Published by the -SAipowM World (Lim.), Effingham House, 
Arundel St.. Strand, W.C. 2. Tele. 2881 Gerrard. Teleg. 
Shipping World, London. 

HOE 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. 

Published at Spencer House, South Place, London, E.C. 2. 
Tele. Clerkenwell 1896. Teleg. Alshunuze, London. 

SHOE AND LEATHER RECORD. Friday, 4rf. 
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 and lists of creditors. 

Also publishes a Continental and Overseas Edition each 
month. Price 10». per annum, post free. 

Published at 40, Finsbury Square, E.C.2. Tele. Clerkenwell 
1235. 



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SHOE TRADES JOURNAL. Friday, Sd. 
Established 1868. 
" The weekly record of the shoe and leather industries." 
The Journal has all the usual features of a trade paper, and 
is an admirable record of all the phases of leather and its uses. 
Published at 74 to 77. Temple Chambers, Bouverie St., E.C. 4. 
Tele. 998 Holborn. Teleg. Journalistic, Fleet. London. 

SKETCH. Wednesday, U. Established February 1, 1893. 
Society, drama, sport. Always light and bright. It 
includes studio portraits and snapshots of Society ; drawings 
and photographs of the great theatrical, musical, sporting and 
other events. Also really authentic Society gossip ; and colour 
pictures. 

Publishedatm, Strand, W.C. 2. Tele. Gerrard 120. (Advt., 
p. 554). 



SOLICITORS' JOURNAL. Saturday, U. 
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. 

Published at 104-107, Fetter Lane, E.C. 4, Tele. Holborn 
1403. 

SOUTH AFRICA, Friday, U. Established January 4, 1889. 
Principles : Independent. This paper chronicles and 
discusses events and matters of interest to all connected with 
South Africa. 

Published at 83, Bishopsgate, B.C. 2. Tele. 30 and 31, London 
Wall. Teleg, Oriflamme, London. 

SODTH AMERICAN JOURNAL AND BRAZIL AND 
RIVER PLATE MAIL. Saturday, 9i. 
Established November 7, 1863. 
It is designed to give publicity to all matters affecting the 
prosperity and progress of South and Central America, Mexico, 
etc., and affords every information calculated to facilitate the 
commercial operations or financial interests of British investors, 
merchants and manufacturers. 

Published at 309-312, Dashwood House, 9, New Broad Street, 
E.C.2. Tele. Central 6127. 

SOUTH COAST CATHOLIC HERALD. Friday, 2d. 
All the Catholic news of interest ; Labour and Irish News 
and general intelligence. 

Published at 12, Bouverie Street, E.C 4. Tele. 4289 Central. 
Teleg. Epltomiat, Fleet, London. 



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SPKCTATOR. Saturday.M. EstabliBhed 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 
maintaining 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 13, York St., Covent Garden, W.O. 2 Tele. 
Regent 1061. Teleg. Spectator, London. 

SPHERE. Saturday, 1». Established .January 26, 1900. 
Incorporates Black and White. 
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, E.G. 4. Tele. 2200 
Holborn. Teleg. Sphere, London. 

SPORTING TIMES. Friday, 3d. Established 1866. 
The Sporting Times is a review of sporting intelligence, 
with a selection of news relating to drama, music hall, and 
other matters of moment. 

Editorial and Advertiseaient Office : 111, Jermyn Street, 
S.W. 1. Tele. Regent 848. 

Published at 6. Racquet Court, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. 
Tele. Holborn 6912. 

SPORTING WORLD Friday and Tuesday mornings, 2d. 
Established 1879. 
This paper is devoted to horse racing, and contains ail 
the usual features, betting, selections, training reports, &c. 

Published at 5, Fetter Lane. E.G. 4. Tele. Museum 3801. 

STAGE . Thursday, id. 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 6213 and 2892. Teleg. Stage, London. 

STATIST. Saturday 6d. Established 1878. 
Principles : Independent. The Statist presents in a 
highly condensed form, each week, a record of the important 
events in the various departments of trade and finance. 



Published at 51, Cannon St.. E.G. 4. 
Teleg. "Statist," Cent., London. 



Tele. City 5258 and 5259. 



STOCK EXCHANGE. Wednesday. Subscription 6/6 per 
annum. Established 1887. 
Principles : Independent. A high-class financial journal, 
containing articles, written by well-known authorities, on 
the financial topics of the day. 

Published at 5, Bridewell Place, Ludgate Circus, B.C. 4. Tele. 
8425 Central. 



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TOOK EXCHANGE GAZETTE. Thursday, 9d. Est. 1901. 
A weekly Journal for investors and their advisers, 

Published bv Thos. Skinner & Co., 330, Oresham House, 
E.G. 2. Tele. Central 2886. Teleg. DesoUar, London. 

SUNDAY SCHOOL CHRONICLE AND CHRISTIAN OUT- 
LOOK. Thursday, 2d. 
A weekly journal of religious, social and general intelligence 
with special educational helps for Sunday School Teachers. 

Published at 57, Ludgate Hill, E.G. 4. Tele. City 8221-8222. 
Teleg. Bookful, Cent, London. 

SURVEYOR AND MUNICIPAL AND COUNTY 
ENGINEER. Friday, 6rf. Established Jan., 1892. 
A weekly illustrated journal for municipal and county 
engineers, surveyors, etc. 

Published at 24, Bride Lane, Fleet St., E.G. 4. Tele. Cityl046. 
Teleg. Municipium, Fleet, London. 

SYREN AND SHIPPING. Wednesday, 9(i. Estab. 1892. 
An illustrated review of all news of interest to the 
shipping community. 

Published at 91 and 93, Leadenhall Street, E.C. 3. Tele. 
Avenue 7722. Teleg. Syrenelso, Led., London. 



TABLET. Friday, 6d. Established 1840. The Official 
Organ of the Catholic Church in England. 
A weekly new8paj)er and review, treating of current topics 
from the Catholic point of view. 
Published bv Louis J. Magnani, 19, Henrietta Street, W.O. , 
Tele. Oerr^d 2129. 

TATLER. Wednesday, 1«. 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, X^d. 
Established 1859 as the Volunteer Service Gazette. 
This is the official organ of the Territorial forces, and all 
the principal rifle clubs. 

Published at 4, Crane Court, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. 
Holborn 2267. 



TIMBER, AND WOOD WORKING MACHINERY, 
Saturday, fSd. Established 1885. 
4 leading weekly journal for wood exporters, importers, 
merchants and consumers. 
Published at 131-3, Middlesex St., E. 1. Tele. Central 7025. 

TIMBER TRADES JOURNAL AND SAW MILL 
ADVERTISER. Saturday, 6(i. Established 1873. 

Contains reliable reports on the home and foreign timber, 
mahogany and hardwood trades in London, the provinces ana 
in all countries supplying the markets of the U.K. Full reports 
of auction sales, legal cases, bankruptcies, &c. The saw mill 
section, especially the " Notes and Queries." interests the 
operator as well as the saw mill manager and proprietor. 

Published by William Rider & Son. Ltd., Cathedral House, 
8-11, Paternoster Row, E.C. 4. Tele. City 2580. Teleg. Rider- 
wood, Cent, London. (Advt., p. 554.) 

TIMES EDUCATIONAL SUPPLEMENT. Friday, 2i. 
Established 1910. 

Issued separately from The Timci, the Educational Supplement 
is firmly established as the leading weekly record oi educa- 
tional thought and progress. 

Published by The Times Publishing Co., Ltd^ Printing-house 
Square, E.G. 4. Tele., Holborn 6600. Teleg., Times, London. 

ni^IMES IMPERIAL AND FOREIGN TRADE SUPPLE- 
1 MENT. Saturday, 3rf. 

An authoritative guide to the World's commercial activities, 
read by leading men in all branches of industry and commerce 
in the United Kingdom. 

Published by The Times Publishing Co., Ltd., Printing-house 
Square, E.C. 4. Tele., Holborn 6600. Teleg., Times, London. 



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IMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT. Thursday, 6d. 
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, E.C. 4. Tele., Holborn 6600. Teleg., Times, London. 

TIMES WEEKLY EDITION, (Dlustrated). Friday, 6d. 
Established 1877. 
Principles : National and Independent. Circulates largely 
in the Colonies and abroad. Contains a resume of the news of 
the week appearing daily in The Timet, together with a 
photogravure illustrated section. 

Published by The Times Publishing Co., Ltd., Printing-house 
Square, E.G.. 4. Tele., Holborn 6600. Teleg., Times, London. 

TOPICAL TIMES. Wednesday. 2rf. 
A popular weekly for all classes. Full of interesting and 
racy articles on topical matters. 
Proprietors— D. C. Thomson & Co., Ltd. 
Office : Thomson House, Fettor Lane, E.C. 4. 
Tele. Holborn 1723. (Advt., p. 679.) 

TOWN TOPICS. Friday, 2d. Established 1912. 
Naval, military, political and financial topics j also notes 
and comments concerning the turf, theatres, motoring, boxing, 
country-side sport, etc. 

Proprietobs— Town Topics, Ltd., 14, New Bridge St., E.C. 4. 
Tele. City 6330. Teleg. Townitop, Fleet, London. 



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TRUTH. Wednesday, 9(i!. Established January, 1877. 
Principles: Liberal. 2'r«<A has always been famous 
for its fearless and valuable exposures of frauds. 

Published at 10, Bolt Court, Fleet Street,E.C.4. Advt. Offices: 
lO.Oarteret Street, Westminster, 8.W. 1. Tele. Victoria 205-6. 

UNITED METHODIST. Thursday, id. Established 1885. 
Contains all intelligence of interest to T^nited Method- 
ists. 

Published 12, Farringdon Avenue, E.C.4. Tele. Holborn 
2366. 

UNITED SERVICE GAZETTE. Thursday, 6rf. 
Established February 9, 18.83. 
Principles: Neutral. This paper devotes its columns to 
the interests of our Army and Navy. 

Published at 4, Crane Street, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. 2267 
Holborn. 

UNIVEF.se. Friday, 5d. Established Dec. 8, 1860. 
Principles : Catholic. This journal is the popular 
organ of the Catholic body in the kingdom. 
Published at Efangham House, Arundel St., Strand, W.C. 2. 
Tele. Gerrard 9327. 

WAR CRY. Tuesday for Saturdas;, 2<i. Established 1880. 
Official Gazette of the Salvation Army. 
Published at Salvationist Pub. and Supplies Ltd., Judd St., 
King's Cross, W.C. 1. Tele. Museum 7444. 

WEEKLY NOTES. Saturday, 8rf. 
Principles : Neutral. Contains decisions of impor- 
tant cases in the Law Courts. 

Published at 30, Montague Street, W.C. 1. Tele. Museum 
3040. 



WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. Monday, 2d. Established 1862. 
A popular home journal appealing to all classes. 
Contains the beat serial fiction, short stories, general articles, 
gossip for men and women, nature notes, humorous illustra- 
tions, etc., etc. 

Published at 180, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 223. 
(Advt., p. 529.) 

WEST AFRICA. Saturday, U. Established Feb. 3, 1917. 
A weekly journal dealmg with West African affairs — 
commercial, political, social and financial. Devoted to the life 
and work ana the advancement of the peoples of West Africa. 

Proprietors — West Africa Publishing Co., Ltd., Temple 
Bar House, 28, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. 
Tele. City 1671. 

WINNING POST. Friday for Saturday, 3(i. Established 
1905. A popular sporting Journal. 

Published at 30, Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, W.C. 2. 

Tele. Gerrard 1028. 



WORLD'S PICTORIAL NEWS. 
Established 1919. 



Friday, 2d. 



National Weekly Illustrated Newspaper. 



Publisherx— 
B.C. 4. Tele. 



•London Publishing Co., Ltd., 46-47, Shoo Lane, 
Holborn 6312. 



YACHTING WORLD & MARINE MOTOR JOURNAL. 
Saturday, Sd. Established 1893. 

All news interesting to yachtsmen is given. 

Published at 37, Walbrook, E.G. 4. Tele. 13241 Central. 



LONDON SUBURBAN NEWSPAPERS 



ACTON GAZETTE AND EXPKESS. Friday, li. 
Established 1868. 
Circulates in Aoton, Bedford Park. Chiswick Park, 
Gunnersbury, &o. 

Proprietors — Middlesex Comnty Times Printing and Pub- 
lishing Co. (Lira.), 61, Broadway, Ealing, W. 5. 
Local Publishing Office — 3, King Street, Aoton, W. 3. 
(Advt., p. 499.) 

ACTON BOROUGH POST. Friday Id. 
Independent.— Established 1907. Incorporating the 
Actctn District Post. 

Circulates in Aoton, Bedford Park, Chiswick, Ealing and 
neighbourhood. 

P«iZi»Aer«— Suburban Enterprises, Ltd., 9-11 High Street. 
Acton, W. 3. 

BALHAM AND STREATHAM MERCURY. 
See Mitoham and Tooting Merctt/ry. ' ■ 

-OALHAM AND TOOTING NEWS. Friday, U. 

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 Bead, Balham, S.W. 12. Tele 
Sydenham 687. 

Propbibtors— Samuel Stephen, Ltd. 

BARNES AND MORTLAKB HERALD. Saturday, 2d 
Consebvativk.— Established 1885. 
A reprint of the Richmond Herald. 
Office— 16, High Street, Barnes, S.W. 13. 

BAYSWATER CHRONICLE. Sat., Id. Estab. June, I860. 
A local independent journal for Bayswater, Hyde Park, 
Paddington, Notting Hill, and Kensington, and tiso giving the 
general news of the day in a condensed form. 

PubUshed at 56-58, Porchester Road, Bayswater W 2 
Tele. Park 2448. > • • 

BETHNAL GREEN NEWS AND SHOREDITCH 
GUARDIAN. Friday evening, Irf. 
Principles: Conservative. The only paper published in 
this borough. 
Proprietors— East London Publishing Co. (Ltd ) 
Published at 16, Mile End Road, B. 1. Tele. East 4071. 



BOROUGH OF WEST HAM, EAST HAM, AND 
STRATFORD EXPRESS ; WALTHAMSTOW EX- 
PRESS; LEYTON, LEYTONSTONE & WANSTEAD 
NEWS. Wednesday, \d. ; Saturday, 2d. 
Independent. — Established 1864. 

Circulates in Stratford, West Ham, East Ham, Leyton, etc. 
Proprietors — Wilson & Whitworth (Ltd.), Stratford, E. 
Tele. East 932. 



BOWES PARK WEEKLY NEWS. Saturday, Id. 
Independent.— TDstablished 1904. 
Deals with the news of Bowes Park, Wood Green, Southgate, 
Palmer's Green, and district. 
Publishers— PeoioldScSons, 286, High Rd., Wood Green, N. 22. 



BRIXTON AND STREATHAM TIMES. Friday, 2d. 
Established 1881. 
One of the South Western Star series. 
Published at 160, Falcon Road, Claphara Junction, iS.W. U. 



BRIXTON FREE PRESS. Friday, 2d. Established 1882. 
( Incorporates the Norwood Observer, and Heme Hill and 
Dulwich Recorder. ) 

Principles : Neutral. A local paper, with special editions 
for Brixton, Clapham and Streatham. Contains all the local 
and district news, written in a bright interesting style. It 
presents many readable features. 

Published at 429, Brixton Road, S.W.9. Tele. 45 Brixton. 
Teleg. Free Press, Brixton. 



BROCKLEY NEWS. Friday, Id. 
Unionist.— Established 1880. 
Circulates in Brockley, New Cross, St. John's, Nunhead, 
Honor Oak, Forest Hill, Crofton Park, Hatcham, &c. 

In aildition to the local intelligence, a large space is devoted 
to social news. Church and personal notes, &c. 

Proprietors— South Eastern Press (Lim.), 93, Cranfiel4 
Road, Brooklev, S.B. 4. Tele, New Cross 536, 



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■OUCKHURST HILL EXPRESS AND INDEPENDENT. 
1 f Friiliiys, 2rf. 

A reprint of the Lfytonntour Exprens and Indepondent. 

rIAMBERWELL NEWS. Kiulay.M. 
'' Established December 9, 1876. 
' ^ne of the South M'estKni Star series. 
I'ublisheil iil IfiO, Fiiloon Koad, Clapham Junotion, 8.W.11. 

f^AMBBRWELL AND PECKHAM TIMES, SOUTH 
\y LONDON OBSERVER. Tuesday. IJd., and Friday, li<i. 

Principles: Neutral.— Kstablished 18H8. 

The news of Cauiberwell and Peckham, Dulwioh, Norwood, 
Sydenham, Bri.xton, Kennington, New Cross, VValworth, 
Southwark, Lambeth, &o., is given in this paper, with a 
leleotion of general news, e.xtraots, a miscellany, ko. 

Published at 84, Church Street. Camberwell, S.E.5. Tele. 
Hop 4691. 

CATFORD JOURNAL. Kridav, 2d. 
Nedtral.— Established 1901. 
Circulates in Catford and Belllngham. 
A reprint of the LewMam Journal. 

CHELSEA COURIER AND KKNSINUTON GAZETTE. 
Friday, IW. Indepe.ndent.— Established 1919. 
A loaaliaod edition of the Fidhum Oazelte. 
Offices : 394, King's Road, S.W. 10. 

/^HINGFORD GUARDIAN. See Walthamftov) 6htardian. 

CHISWICK AND ACTON EOITION OF WEST LONDON 
OBSERVER. Friday. 2(«. 
A localised edition of the West London Observer. ( Advt. , p.602.) 

/^HISWICK GAZETTE. See Acton Gazrttt and Express. 

CHISWICK TIMES. Friday, IJrf. 
Independent.— Established March, 1895. 
Circulates in Chiswick, Gunnersbury , Turnliam Greeu, Bedford 
Park. Grove Park, Kew Brid/?e, Acton, and the neighbourhood. 
The whole of the news of the district is fully reported. 
Proprietors— F. \V. Dimbleby & Sons, 125, High Road, 
Chiswick. Tele. Chiswick 871. 

CLAPHAM AND BALHAM CHRONICLE. Friday, 2d. 
Principles: Independent. Established 1881. 
The local journal for Clapham, Balham, Tooting, and 
district. Reports all meetings of local bodies, &c., and contains 
the police, social, and sporting items of the neighbourhood. 
It is one of the South Western Star series. 
Published at 160, Falcon Road, Clapham Junotion, S.W. 11. 

CLAPHAM OBSERVER. BMday, 2(i. Established 1865. 
Principles : Neutral. It contains the local intelligence 
of Brixton, Clapham, Tooting, Balham, Stockwell, South 
Lambeth, and the general news. 

Published at 83, High St., Clapham, S.W. 4. Tele. Brixton 
1092. Teleg. Clapham Ob.server. 

CRYSTAL PALACE DISTRICT ADVERTISER. 
Friday early. \d. 
PRINCIPLES: Conservative.- Established 1888. 
Circulates in Sydenh.im, Upper, West and South Norwood, 
Dulwich, Streatham, Anerley, Penge and Crystal Palace district 
genemllv. Gives the important news of the locality in clear 
and re.idable form. 
Publishfr — A. J. Moore, Upper Norwood, S.E. 19. 

-r\AILY GAZETTE. Daily, Z a.m., U. 
XJ Established 1856. 

Principles : Independent. A daily newspaper for North 
uondon. 

Published by 7)ai/i/ (?aj««<^, Ltd., 10, Gough Square, E.C. 4; 
0, High St., Islington, N.l. 63, Seven Sisters Road, N.7, and 
67b, stoke Newington Road, N. 16. 
City Office : Newspaper House, 169, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. 
Tele. 5,651 Central. Teleg. Troublous, London. 

"PvULWICH AND PECKHAM WEEKLY REPORTER. 
\J Friday irf- 

Circulates in Dulwichand districtandgivesall the local news. 

Published at 71, Dartmouth Road, Forest Hill, S.E. 23, Tele, 
fydenham 1054. 

EALING GAZETTE. Saturday, Id. 
Conservative.- Estiiblished October 15, 1898. 
The news of West Middlesex is fully given by this journal 
nd its editorial notes are a feature. 
Pkoprietors- King & Hutchings, Ltd., 213, Uxbridge Bd., 
ff«t Ealing. 
Tele. 1144 Ealing. 



EAST END NEWS AND LONDON SHIPPING 
CHRONICLE. Tuesday and Friday, Irf. 

Pbinoiplks: Independent. Circulates throughout East 
London and in the neighbourho.)d 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 London vessels, list of vessels lying in river, and 
similar information. 

Published at 44, High St., Poplar, B. 14. Tele. ."549 Eaat. 

EAST HAM ECHO. Friday, Id. 
Established January, 1895. 
Circulates in East Ham, Little Ilford, Manor Park, Plashet, 
Becljton, North Woolwich. Upton Park, Forest Gate, Barking, 
and other parts of South Essex and the East End of London. 
A reprint of the West Ham and South Essex Mail. 

EAST HAM EXPRESS. Wednesday, \d. Saturday, 2d. 
See Borough of West Ham and Stratford Express. 

EAST HAM MAIL. Friday, U. 
Independent.— Established 1900. 
Circulates in Upton Park, East Ham, Manor Park, Strat- 
ford, &c. 
A reprint of the West Ham and South Essex Mail 

EAST HAM RECORDER. Friday, \^d. 
Neutral —Established 1899. 
Circulates in East Ham, Barking, Manor Park, Forest Oats 
and North Woolwich. 

Proprietors— .S'l^^tA Esuex Recorders (Lim.), 37, High 
Street North, East Ham, E. 6. 

EAST LONDON ADVERTISER AND TOWER HAM- 
LETS INUEPENDEN'l'. Friday, \d. Established 1866. 
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.. E. 1. Tele. 257 
Eastern. Teleg. Advertiser, Mile End. 

EAST LONDON OBSERVER AND TOWER HAMLETS 
AND BOROUGa OF HACKNEY CHRONICLE. 
Friday, Id. Established 1857. 
An Independent Journal, devoted to public affairs in the 
large and important Parliamentary Divisions of East London 
(Boroughs of Stepney, Poplar, Bethnal Green, Shoreditch and 
Hackney), and the Eastern suburbs, and gives impartial 
reports of all matters, whether political, religious, or 
parochial. 

Published by Scott, Ady& Co., Ltd., 48, Whiteohapel 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, Poplar. Bethnal Green, and Shoreditch. 

Issues a special edition for Bethnal Green and Shoreditch. 

The Bethnal Green 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, \d. 
Principles : Independent. Leyton. Leytonstone. West Ham, 
Bow, Stratford, Forest Gate, East Ham, Walthamstow, Chine- 
ford, Wanstejul, Woodford, Loughton, Epping, Manor Park, 
Ilford, Romford, Barking, Canning Town, &c. 

Published by J. G. Locks, High Road, Leytonstone. Tele. 599 
Wanstea4. Teleg. Mercury, Leytonstone. 

FINCHLEY PRESS, MUSWELL HILL MERCURY AND 
HIGHGATE POST. Friday, 1J(Z. 

Neutral.— Established 1893. 

Circulates in the three Finchleys, Whetstone, Woodside Park, 
Muswell Hill. Oakleigh Park, Friern Barnet and Uighgate. 

The Pinchley Press is strictly a local paper, and gives all 
the intelligence, meetings, &c., of the district, with special 
features. 

Proprietor and Publisher — F. W. Wenlook. 

Tele. Finohley 322. 

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FINSBUBY WEEKLY NEWS, CLEBKENWBLL 
CHRONICLE AND ST. LUKE'S EXAMINER. Fri- 
day, Id. Established 1866. 

Finsbury's only local paper, serving the large and populous 
districts of Clerkenwell, St. Luke's. Hoxton, Islington, 
Holloway, Caledonian Road, City Road, Goswell R9ad, 
Barnsbury, etc. Has a high reputation for exclusive, original 
literary articles and verses, and fullest and most accurate 
reports of all local events. „ „ , mi 

Head Office : 198, High Street, Camden Town, N.W. 1. Tele. 
Hampstead 6843. 

TTWBEST 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. „ ■„ no 

Published at 71. Dartmouth Road, Forest Hill, S.B. 23. 
Tele. Sydenham 1054. 

FDLHAM CHRONICLE AND WEST LONDON ADVER- 
TISER. Friday, 2(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, Walham 
Green, S.W. 6. Western 2858. 

FULHAM EDITION OF WEST LONDON OBSERVEE. 
Friday, 2d. 
A localised issue of the West Londnn Observer. (Advt.,p.499.) 

FULHAM GAZETTE AND HAMMERSMITH GAZETTE. 
Friday, \\d. 
Independent. — Established 1919. 
Circulates in Fulham and district. 
Contains local news and advertisements. 
Office— 642, King's Road, S.W. 6. Tele. Putney 389. 

HACKNEY AND KINGSLAND GAZETTE. Monday, 
Wednesday, and Friday, \d. Established 1864. 
This paper gives the latest local and general news, 
reports of the Borough Council meetings of Hackney, Shore- 
ditch, Bethnal Green, and Stoke Newington. 

Published by Potter's Press, Ltd., 442, Kingsland Road, B.8. 

HACKNEY AND STOKE NEWINGTON RECORDER. 
Friday, 2d. Established 1870. 
A recognised local organ for Stoke Newington, Stamford 
Hill, Hackney, Canonbury, Highbury. Mildmay, Finsbury 
Park, and the surrounding districts. All the local and district 
news appears in its pages. 
Published at 31, Church Street, Stoke Newington, N. 16. 
Tele. Dalston 787. 

HACKNE"? SPECTATOR. Friday, U. 
Independent. Established 1901. 
Circulates in North and North-East London. 
Published at 44, Amhurst Road, Hackney, E.8. Tele. Dals- 
ton 3171. 

HAMMERSMITH COURIER AND GAZETTE. Fri- 
day, lid, 
Independent. — Established 1919. 
A localised edition of the Fulham Gazette. 
Office : 561, Fulham Road, S.W. 6. Tele. Western 3234. 

HAMPSTEAD AND HIGHGATE EXPRESS AND 
HAMPSTEAD GARDEN SUBURB AND GOLDER'S 
GREEN NEWS. Sat., 2d. Established 1860. 
A journal for the large district of North-West London. 
It is exclusively devoted to the interests of the neighbourhoods 
it represents, and gives full reports of all local eveiits of any 
importance. 

Published by Jealous & Co., High St., Hampstead, N.W. 3. 
Tele. Hampstead 704. 

HAMPSTEAD AND HIGHGATE RECORD AND 
CHRONICLE. Friday, 2d. Estab. 1889. 

By reason of its well-written, impartial reports, its exclusive, 
original literary articles and verses, it enjoys a large sale and 
great pouularity all over Hampstead, Uighgate. Golder's 
Green, West Hampstead, Finohley Road, St. John's Wood, 
Gospel Oak, Haverstook Hill, Chalk Farm, Cricklewood, 
Child's Hill, etc. 

Head Office: 198, High St., Camden Town, N.W.I. Tele. 
Hampstead 6843. 

HAMPSTEAD, ST. JOHN'S WOOD AND KILBURN 
ADVERTISER, Thursday, \d. Established 1880. 
The AdvertUer, a local journal for Hampstead, St. John's 
Wood and Kilburn. 

Published by Haines & Scarsbrook, Ltd., 75, Fairfax Boad, 
Swiss Cottage, N.W. 6. Tele. Hampstead 246. 



HITHER GEEEN JOURNAL. Friday, 2i. 
Neutral. Established 1901; 
Circulates in Hither Green. 
A reprint of the Lewisham Journal. 

HOLBOBN GUAEDIAN, BLOOMSBURY, ST. GILES', 
AND STBAND GAZETTE. Friday, 2d. Estab- 
lished 1847. 
The only paper for the important districts of Holborn 
Gray's Inn Boad, Rosebery Avenue, Farringdon Eo.id. 
Southampton Bow, Bloomsbury, Aldwych, Kingsway. Govent 
Garden, Drury Lane, New Oxford Street, St. Giles and the 
Strand Union. It is deservedly popular by reason of the 
complete and impartial reports it gives of all local events, and 
because of its high literary tone, its specially- written articles 
and verses, and its uniform accuracy. 

Head Office : 198, High Street, Camden Town, N.W. 1. Tele. 
Hampstead 6843. 

HOLLOWAY PBESS. Saturday, Id. 
Principles: Independent.— Established 1872. 
Circulates in Islington, Holloway, Finsbury Park, Hornsey, 
Stroud Green, Crouch End, Harringay, Muswell Hill, and 
Highgate. It gives full reports of the proceedings at 
the local boards, and all the local news. 

Published at 449, Holloway Boad. N.7. Tele. 1554 North. 
Teleg. Press, Holloway. 

HOBNSEY AND FINSBURY PARK JOURNAL, AND 
MUSWELL HILL STANDARD. Friday, 2d. 
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. 1552 North. 

INDICATOR. Daily (except Saturdays) Id. 
Established 1867. 
Principles : Independent. Contains the local news of 
Paddington, Marylebone, Kilburn, Kensington, Notting Hill 
and Keusal Town. Full reports of local news are given. 
Published at 299. Harrow Boad. W. 9. 

TSLINGTON GUARDIAN AND NORTH LONDON 
L OBSEBVEB AND WEEKLY NEWS AND CHBON- 
ICLE. Friday, Id. Established 1847. 

A complete weekly newspaper reporting fully all local news 
and maintaining a high literary tone. Its original articles and 
verses have made it extremely popular. 

Head Office : 198, High Street, Camden Town, N.W. 1. Tele. 
Hampstead 6843. 

KENSINGTON & NOTTING HILL EDITION OF WEST 
LONDON OBSEBVEB. Friday, 2d. 
A localised edition of the West Loudon Observer. (Advt., 
p. 499.) 

KENSINGTON GAZETTE AND COUEIKE. Friday, \id. 
Independent.- Established 1919. 
A localised edition of the Fulham Gazette. 
Office : 394, King's Boad, S.W. 10. Kensington 1275. 

KENSINGTON NEWS AND WEST LONDON TIMES. 
Friday, 2d. 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. 

KENSINGTON POST AND WEST LONDON STAB. 
Friday, \d. 
Circulates in Kensal Town and North Kensington. 
Proprietors: Salmond & Co., Manor House, Willesden, 
N.W. 10. Tele. Willesden 1188. 

KENTISH INDEPENDENT, KENTISH MAIL, WOOL- 
WICH JOUBNAL, CHABLTON GAZETTE, GEEEN- 
WICH AND DEPTFOBD OBSEBVEB AND CHBONICLB. 

Friday (12 pages) 2d. 

Independent.— Established 1843. 

Circulates extensively in Woolwich, Plurastead, Shooter's 
Hill, Charlton, Eltham, Bexley Heath, Blackheath, Greenwich, 
Deptford, Abbey Wood, Belvedere, Erith and Dartford. 
Throughout North-West Kent. 

Propeietoh— George W. Neves, Wellington Street, Wool- 
wich, S.E. 18. Tele. Woolwich 457. 



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KENTISH MERCURY. Friday, 2<i. 
CoNSKiiVATiVK.— EstAblishea 1833. 
Circulates in the boroughs of Greenwich, Deptford, 
Lewisliam, and Woolwich, and throughout the Western 
Division of the County of Kent. 

Pkopribtors— Merntt k Hatcher (Lira.), 6 to 14, Blackhenth 
Road, Oreeuwich, S.E. 10. Tele. Greenwich 1, and 33-35, 
Moof Lane, K.C. 2. Tele. London Wall 6373. « 

KILBURN TIMES. Friday, 2d. Established 1868. 
( Incorporates the Paddington Times. ) 
Principles: Conservative. Gives the local news of Kilburn, 
Brondesbury, Cricklewood, Willesden, Hampstead, and the 
North-west suburban district. 
Published at 4, Cambridge Avenue, High Rd., Kilburn, N.W. 6. 

LEE JOURNAL. Friday, id. 
Neutral.— Established 1899. 
Circulates in Lee, Blackheath, Burnt Ash and Grove Park. 
A reprint of the Leviiham Journal. 

LKWISHAM BOROUGH NEWS. Wednesday, Id. 
Independent.— Established (as the LemUham lade- 
pendent) in 1889. 

Circulates in Lewishain, Lee, Catford, Hither Green, Syden- 
ham, Forest Hill, Hrockley, Ladywell, etc. 

The Borough ?fen;s is a thoroughly good local paper and 
is full of the news of the district. 

Propribtobs — LewUham Borough Nems Printing Co. Ltd., 
16ri, Hither Oreen Lane, Lewisham, S.E. 13. Tele. Lee Green 
487. 

LEWISHAM JOURNAL. Friday. 2(i. 
Neutral.— Established 1902. 
Circulates in Lewisham, Ladywell and Brockley. 
Issues special editions for Catford, Hither Green and Lee. 
PuopBiBTORS— The Lewisham Newspaper Co. (Ltd.), 
166, Hither Green Lane, Lewisham, S.E. 13. Tele. Lee Green 
437. 

LEWISHAM. LEE, CATFORD AND HITHER GREEN 
ADVEltTISER. Fridav, i<i. 
Circulates in a large suburban district with a good residential 
population . 

Published at 71, Dartmouth Road, Forest Hill, S.E. 23. Tele. 
Sydenham 1051. 

LEYTON EXPRESS AND INDEPENDENT. Friday 
evening, 2d. 
Independent.— Established 1876. 
Circulates extensively in the surrounding districts. 
A reprint of the Leytonstoiie Express and Jndependent. 

LEYTONSTONE EXPRESS AND INDEPENDENT. 
Saturday, 2d. 
Independent.- Established 1876. 

Circulates in the Leyton, Leytonstone, Wanstead, Woodford 
and West Hara district, and in Forest Gate, Walthamstow, 
I Snaresbrook, George Lane, and surrounding places. 

Has specially contributed articles reviewing current topics, 
j gives full reports of local affairs ; the readable style in which the 
I reports and comments are written make it a good commercial 
iand family newspaper. 

Issues special editions for Forest Gate, Leyton, Wanstead, 
West Ham and Woodford. 

Publisher— J. G. Looks, High Road, Leytonstone. Tele. 
Wanstead 599. Teleg. Independent, Leytonstone. 

LONDON COURIER. Friday, Id. 
Independent.- A localised edition of the Falham 
Oazetti. 
Office— 29, Savile Row, W. 1. Regent 3273. 

MARYLEBONE CHRONICLE, THE WEST LONDON 
ADVERTISER, AND SALES AND EXCHANGE 
GAZETTE. Friday, 2d. Established 1919. 
Enjoys a high reputation, both among readers and adver- 
tisers, for its exclusive, original literary articles and verses, 
and its full and most accurate reports. Has a large sale all 
over the borough, covering at it does the important Oxford 
Street shopping centre, and the Edgware Road, Baker Street, 
Marylebone Road, Finchley Road, St. John's Wood, Maida 
Vale, Great Portland Street and Regent Street districts. 
Head Office: 198, High Street, Camden Town, N.W.I. 
Telephone : Hampstead 6843. 

MARYLEBONE COURIER. Friday, Irf. 
Independent.— A localised edition of the Fitlham 
Chaelte. 
I Office— 29, Savile Bow, W. 1. Gerrard 2657. 

MARYLEBONE MERCURY AND WEST LONDON 
GAZETTE. Saturday, 2d. Established 1857. 
Principles : Conservative. It is a li'amily paper for the 
parishes of St. Marylebone, Paddington, St. Pancras, St. George's, 
Hanover Square, St. John's Wood, &c. 

Published at 65, Weymouth Street, Marylebone, W.l. Tele Wil- 
lesden 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. 

PublUhers—3. H. Johnson, Ltd., 159, Seymour Place, Maryle- 
bone Road, N.W. 1. Tele. Paddington 2236. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY TIMES. Wednesday and Satur- 
day, 2d. Established 1842. 
Circulates in Ealing, Acton, Hanwell,Southall, Staines, &o, 
and throughout West Middlesex. 

Proprietors — Middlesex County Times Printing and Pub- 
lishing Company (Ltd.), Ealing, W. 6. (Advt., p. 499.) 

MITCHAM AND COLLIERS' WOOD GAZETTE. 
Friday, Id. 
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 1878. 
A family newspaper for the district of Mitcham and Tooting. 
Publishers — Borough Mercury, Ltd. 
OjJJce— 113, High St., Tooting, S.W.I 7. Tele. Streatham 1150. 

MUSWELL HILL RECORD. ALEXANDRA PARK 
AND FRIERN BARNET JOURNAL. Friday, Did. 
Circulates in Muswell HiH, Highgate, Finchley, Hornsey, 
Crouch End, Wood Green, Southgate and Friern Barnet, 
and gives the local news of these districts. 

Proprietobs— W. R. Cummins, Ltd., 18&19, The Broadway, 
Muswell Hill, N. 10. Tele. Hornsey 395. 

XTEW CROSS, BROCKLEY AND DEPTFORD FREE 
LN press. Friday, ^d. Established 1900. 

The Free Press circulates in Orof ton Park, Brockley, New Crosi, 
and Deptford. Gives the local news of the districts named. 

Published at 71, Dartmouth Road, Forest Hill, S.E. 23. Tele. 
Sydenham 1054. 

"VrORTH LONDON GUARDIAN. Friday, \d. 
IN Established 1881. 

The local news of Stoke Newington, South Hornsey, Hack- 
ney, Clapton, and North London generally. 

Published at 3, Garnham Street, Stoke Newington, N. 16. 

■VrORTH MIDDLESEX CHRONICLE. Friday, Id. 
IM 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. 

XJORWOOD NEWS. Friday, 2<i. Established 1868. 
i-N Circulates largely in Norwood and North Croydon and 
gives full reports of local intelligence, with miscellaneous 
matter of general interest. The oldest and largest paper 
in the Norwood district. 

Proprietobs- Samuel Stephen, Ltd., 31, Station Road, 
South Norwood, S.E. 25. Tele. Sydenham, 687. 

NORWOOD PRESS AND DULWICH ADYERTI8ER. 
Friday afternoon for Saturday, Id. 
Nbutbal— Established 1882. 
Circulates in Norwood, Dulwich, and the district. 
The local and district iMws of the neighbourhood is fully 
and well reported. 

Publishers — Truslove & Bray, Ltd., Knight's Hill, West 
Norwood, S.E. 27. Tele. Streatham 1835. 

XTORWOOD WEEKLY HERALD. Saturday, Jd. 
L> 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. 

Proprietors — Coventry & Son, 26, Station Road, South 
Norwood, S.E. 25. 

PADDINGTON GAZETTE AND WEEKLY REGISTER. 
Saturday, Irf. Established December 21, 1895. 
A local paper for Paddington, Bayswater, Maida Vale, West 
Kilburn, Notting Hill, Kensal Green,'&c. 

Published at 10, Sutherland Avenue, Harrow Road, W. 9. 
Tele. 1011 Paddington. 

PADDINGTON MERCURY AND WEST LONDON STAR, 
Friday, Id. Established 1881. 
Principles : Liberal and Progressive. An ably-conduoted 
paper for this large and populous district of West London. 

Pboprietors— Salmond k Co., Manor House, WiUeaden, 
N.W. 10. Tele. Willesden 1188. 



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PADDINGTON NEWS.THE WEST LONDON GUARDIAN. 
Friday 'U. Established 1919. u,- ,, j 

First-class paper with attractive make-up. Has esta.bh8hed 
a hifjh reputation all over the borough for its impartial, full 
and accurate reports of all local events, Its exclusive original 
and literary articles and verses. 
Head Office: 198, High Street, Camden Town, N.W.I. 
Telephone : Hampstead 6843. 

PALMERS GREEN AND SOOTHGATE GAZETTE. 
Saturday, Id. 
Circulates throughout Palmers Green, Southgate and Wraoh- 
more Hill. The recognised medium forofficial advertisements. 
Pbopbietors— Mevers, Brooks & Co., Ltd., Enfield, 
Middlesex. Tele. Enfleld 170. 

PKNGE, ANERLEY AND SYDENHAM NEWS. 
Friday. 2d. Established 1868. 
Contains full reports of all matters of interest in the Penge 
and Anerley districts. 

PBOPKltTOBS— Samuel Stephen, Ltd., Belvedere Kd., Upper 
Norwood, S.E. 19. Tele. Sydenham 687. 

PENGE AND ANERLEY PRESS. Saturday, irf. 
Neutral.— Established 1883. 
Circulates largely in Anerley, Penge, and district, 
A local news and advertising sheet. 

Publisher— V. B. Beddow, Station Road, Anerley, S.E. 20. 
Tele. Sydenham 490. 

PEOPLES ADVERTISER AND SALES AND EX- 
CHANGE GAZETTE. Wednesday, Id. Established 
1898. Covers all London. The Premier Paper for "Small" 
Advertisements, and complete Theatre and Amusement Guide 
to London. 

Hectd Q/Sce-198, High Street, Camden Town, N.W. 1. Tele. 
Hampstead 6813. 

QUEEN'S PARK ADVERTISER. Thursday, l(i. 
Established 1881. 
Circulates in Queen's Park, Harrow Road, and North 
Paddington. 

Proprietors— Salmond & Co.. The Manor House, Willes- 
den, N.W. 10. Tele. Willesden 1188. 

RICHMOND AND TWICKENHAM TIMES. Saturday, 2d. 
INDKPENDKST.— Established May, 1873. 
Circulates in Richmond, East Sheen, St. Magaret's, 
Twickenham, Teddington, Petersham, Brentford, Isleworth, 
Hounslow, Chiswick, Mortlake, Barnes, Kew, &c. 

Proprietors — F. W. Dimbleby & Sons, 14, King Street, 
Richmond. Tele. Richmond 63. 

RICHMOND HERALD. Saturday, 2(«. 
CONSEBVATIVK.— Established 1885. 
Circulates in Richmond, Kew, Barnes, Mortlake, Petersham, 
Brentford, Twickenham, &c. 
Issues a special edition for Barnes and Mortlake. 
Pbophietors— R. W. Simpson and Co. (Lim.), 70, Sheen 
Road, Richmond, Surrey. 

ST. PANCRAS CHRONICLE, THE PEOPLE'S ADVER- 
TISER AND SALES AND EXCHANGE GAZETTE. 
Thursday afternoon for Fridav, Id. 
Established 1900 (as People's Advertiser, 1898). 
With its 8-10 attractively made-up pages, its full, accurate, 
and thoroughly impartial accounts of all local happenings, its 
original literary articles and verses, the " St. Pancras Chronicle " 
has won a very high reputation, not only among readers but 
among advertisers. Its large sales extends to the adjacent 
boroughs of Hampstead, Holborn, Islington. Marylebone, and 
Westminster, besides fully covering St. Pancras, Camden and 
Kentish Towns. King's Cross, Euston, Regent's Park, Tufnell 
Park, Gospel Oak, Highgate, Chalk Farm, Tottenham Court 
Road, Hampstead Road, etc. 

Head Office— 198, High Street, Camden Town. N.W. 1 . Tele . 
Hampstead 6843. 

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 the Public Bodies of St. Pancras. 
Published by Widdicombes, 80, High St., Camden Town. 
N.W.I. Tele. North 437. 

ST. PANCRAS GUARDLAN AND CAMDEN AND KENT- 
ISH TOWN REPORTER, Friday, Id. Established 1857. 
(Incorporates the Maryle.bone Timen.) 

Pbinciples: Independent. This paper circulates in 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 
69, Camden Road, N. 7. 

ST. PANCRAS RECORD. Saturday, Id. Established 1919. 
Pbikciples : Independent. A reprint of the Marylebone 
Record. 



QOHO GAZETTE AND WEST END ADVERTISER. 
O Friday, Id. Containa Local News, Theatrical, Sportmg 
and local Trade Interests. 
Published by S. Corio, 10, Wine Office Court, E.C.4. Tele. 1475. 

SOUTH EASTERN HERALD. Friday, Id. 
Conservative.- E.stablished May, 1882. 
Circulates in Greenwich, Deptford, Westcombe Park, Charl- 
ton, Brockley, New Cross, Blackheath, Levrisham, Peckham, 
Old Kent Road. Rotherhithe, and the district. 

The Herald is devoted to local and district news, of which 
it gives a large selection. 

Pboprietohs— South Eastern Press (Ltd.), 139. Greenwich 
Road, S.E. 10. Tele. Greenwich 1463. 

SOUTH LONDON OBSERVER, CAMBERWELL AND 
PECKHAM TIMES. Tuesdav and Friday. 
Established 1868. 
See Camberwell and Peckham Times. 

SOUTH LONDON PRESS. Friday, 2d Established 1865. 
This paper includes all the features of the modern local 
newspaper. The whole of the local news of the great district 
of South London is given, with leading articles. &c. The 
South London Press well maintains its ever-popular position 
throughout South London. 

Proprietors- South London Press, Ltd., 70-74, London 
Road, Elephant and Castle, S.E.I. Tele. Hop. 2662. 

SOUTH WESTERN STAR. Friday, 2d. Established 1877. 
Principles: Independent. Reports fully all local 
councils, boards, meetings and institutions of Battersea, Clap- 
ham Junction, Wandsworth, &c., irrespective of party, and 
contains full accounts of the law, police, sports, pastimes, &c. 
Published at 160, Falcon Road, Clapham Junction, S.W.ll. 
Phone. — Battersea 1331. 

OOUTHWARK AND BERMONDSEY RECORDER AND 
O SOUTH LONDON GAZETTE. Friday, 2d. Estab. 1868. 

Principles: Neutral. Contains the local news of the 
Boroughs of Southwark, Bermondsey, Rotherhithe, Deptford, 
and adjoining districts. 

Published at 94, Farncombe St., S.E. 16. Tele. Hop 894. 

STRATFORD EXPRESS. Wednesday, Id. Saturday, 2d. 
See Borovyh of West Ham, East Ham and Stratford 
Express. 

OTRBATHAM NEWS AND BOROUGH OF WANDS- 
O WORTH CHRONICLE. Friday, 2d. 

The recognised leading paper in Streatham, Wandsworth, 
and the neighbourhood. Full reports are given of all 
important events. 

Pboprietohs — Samuel Stephen, Ltd , 1, Gleneldon Road, 
Streatham, S.W. 16; 5, Ramsden Road, Balham ; 113, High 
Street, Tooting. Tele. Streatham 475. 

SYDENHAM, B^OREST HILL, AND PENGE GAZETTE. 
Friday, 2d. Neutral. — Established November 9, 1872. 
Circulates in Sydenham, Forest Hill, Penge, Anerley, Norr 
wood, Brockley, Lewisham, Catford Bridge, Dulwich, &c. 

Proprietors : Lewisham Newspaper Co., Ltd., 6, High 
Street, Sydenham, S.E. 26. Tele. Sydenham 376. 

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 Sheppertou. 
Pboprietobs — F. W. Dimbleby & Sons, 14, King Street, 
Richmond, S.W. Tele. Richmond 63. 

1 FOOTING AND BALHAM GAZETTE. Friday, Id. 
Contains all the week's news of Tooting k. Balham district. 
Published at 130, High Street, Tooting, S.W. 17. Tele. 
Streatham 119. 

TOTTENHAM AND EDMONTON HERALD. AND NORTH 
MIDDLESEX ADVERTISER. Friday, 2d. 
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 & Son. Tele. Tottenham 1720. 

WALTHAMSTOW EXPRESS. Saturday, 2d. 
See Bm-ough of West Ham, East Ham and Stratford 
Express. 

WALTHAMSTOW. LEYTON, LEYTONSTONE EPPING 
FOREST DISTRICT, & CHINGFORD GUARDIAN. 
Friday, 2d. Neutral.— Established 1870. 
Circulates in Walthamstow, Leyton, Leytonstone, Wanstead, 
Woodford, Chingford, Tottenham, Clapton, Hackney, and 
Stratford. Gives the local intelligence and fully reports all 
subjects of local interest. 

Proprietors — Walthamjitojv and Leyton Guardian News- 
paper Co., Ltd., 199, Hoe St., Walthamstow, E.17. 
Tele. Walthamston 703, (Advt., p. 654.) 



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WANDSVVOKTH BOKOUOH NEWS. Kiiday, 2rf. 
(JoNtiERVATIVB.— Kstiiblished 1884. 
Circulates in Wiind.nworth, I'litney, Roehampton, Wimbledon 
Park, Karlstiel<i, Olaphaiii, Battersea. Balham, Tooting, eto. 
Head Office: 144, High St., Wandsworth, S.W. 18. Tele. 
Battersea 342. Putney Office : 172, Upper Uichmond Road, 
S.W. l.>. Tele. Putney 708. 

WANSTKAD EXPRESS AND INDEPENDENT. 
Friday, 2d. 
Circulates in the Wansteael, Woodford, Snareabrook, George 
J.iane and West Ham district, an<l in Forest Qate, VValthamstow, 
and surroundiuE places. 
A reprint of the Leylonatone Exprttt and Independent. 

WEST HAM AND SOUTH ESSEX MAIL. Friday, Id. 
Independent.— Established October, 1888. 
Circulates in the Parliamentary divisions of West Ham, 
and the East Ham and Iltord divisions of E.'<sex. 
Issues separate editions for East Ham and Barking. 
Offiee—SH, High Street North, East Ham, E. 6. 

WEST HAM EXPRESS AND INDEPENDENT. 
Saturday, id. 
A reprint of the Leytonitone Exprtit and Ind«peii4fnt. 



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EST KENT ARGUS. Friday, Id. 
Conservative.— Established 1894. 



It reports fully all local events, and is noted for its 
originality and earliest sources of information. 

Propbietobs— South Eastern Press (Ltd.), 139, Greenwich 
Road, 8.E. 10. Tele. Greenwich 1453. 

WEST LONDON OBSERVER. Friday. 2rf. 
Principles : Independent. Established 18.56. 
Special localised editions for Hammersmith, Fulham, Ken- 
sington, Acton and Chiswick. 
Published at 16, Queen Street, Hammersmith, W. 6. 
Tele. Hammersmith 1451. Teleg. Observer, Hammersmith. 
(Advt., p. 499.) 

WEST LONDON POST. Incorporates the Shepherd's 
Jiuah and Hammersmith Gazette and Wat London News, 
Fridays, Id. Established 19<)9. 
Circulates in Hammersmith, Shepherd's Bush, and West 
London generally. 

Gives the local news of the week, fashion articles, and a 
selection of general news. 

Publishers — Suburban Enterprises, Ltd., 9-11, High Street, 
Acton, W. 3. 

WEST LONDON PRESS AND CHELSEA NEWS. 
Friday, 2d. 
Incorporating The West Middlesex Adaertiser and Chelsea Mail. 
Principles : Independent. Established 1857. 
Published by Charles .T. Corkran, 123a, King's Road, 
Chelsea, S.W. 3. Tele. Western 2857. 

EST LONDON REPORTER. Friday, Id. 
Established 1879. 
Published at 204, Hammersmith Road, W. 6. 



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WESTMINSTER AND PIMLICO NEWS. Friday, IJrf. 
Established a.s the Chelsea News in 1867. 
Published at 42, Tachbrook Street, Pimlico, S.W. 1. 
Tele : Western 2857. 

WESTMINSTER CHRONICLE. THE WEST AND 
SOUTH WEST LONDON RECORDER. 

Friday, 2d. Established 1919. 

Well-written and complete local newspaper, covering the 
important City of Westminster and embracing the districts of 
Regent Street, O.xford Street, Piccadilly, Strand, Charing Gross 
Road, Soho, Shaftesbury Avenue, Victoria, Parliament Street, 
Covent Garden, etc. Has achieved a high reputation for its 
full, impartial, and most accurate reiwrts of all local events, 
and its exclusive, original literary articles and verses. 

Head Office : 198, High Street, Camden Town, N.W. 1. 
Tele. Hampstead 6843. 

WESTMINSTER RECORD ic 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 
printed and well arranged weekly journal, giving an excellent 
summary of the local district news. 

Publishtrs — J. H. Johnson, Ltd., 159, Seymour Place, 
Marylebone Road, S.W. 1. Tele. Paddington 2236. 



WILLESDEN CHRONICLE AND HERALD. Friday, 
2d. Established 1877. 

Co.vsKBVATlVE. Circulates extensively in Willesden. Har- 
lesden, Stonebrldge, Willesden Green, Brondesbury, Kensal 
Green, Cricklewood, Neasden. &c. 

It contains all the news of these localities, with full report! 
of the proceedings of the various ariministrative bodies, and of 
all public meetings. 

Office— 4, Cambridge Avenue, Kilburn, N.W. 6, and 66, High 
Rd., Willesden Green. 

WILLESDEN CITIZEN AND SUBURBAN STAR. 
Friday, \d. 
Liberal and Progrkssivk— Established 1903. 
Circulating in Harlesden, Willesden Green, Kilburn, Crickle- 
wood, Brondesbury, Kensal Rise. Stonebrldge, &o. 

The Oiti~en is a bright, faniily journal. It gives all the 
municipal, religious, .social, and other local news. 

Proprietors — Salmond & Co., Manor House, Willesden, 
N.W. 10. Tele. Willesden 1188. 

WIMBLEDON BORO' NEWS. Saturday, 2d. 
Independent.- 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. 
PBOPRiETORa— W. H. Stoakley & Co., Ltd. 

WIMBLEDON AND MERTON MERCURY. 
See Mitcham and noting 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. 

Propbietobs— W. Pile (Lim.). 
Head Office— 26, High Street, Sutton. 

WOODFORD ADVERTISER. Saturday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1906. 
Circulates throughout the Epping Forest parishes. 

Proprietor— M. Hickman, 1, St. Thomas' Terrace. May- 
bank Road, South Woodford. 

WOODFORD EXPRESS AND INDEPENDENT. 
Saturday. 2d. 
A reprint of the Leytonatonc Express and Independent. 

WOODFORD TIMES. Friday, 2d. 
Independent. — Established April, 1867. 
Gives the local news of Woodford, Buckhurst Hill, Loughton, 
Chingford, Chigwell, Wanstead and the Epping Forest district 
generally. 

Pbophietor— C. 8. Jones, High St., Woodford Green, Essex. 

WOOD GREEN SENTINEL. Friday, Id. 
Established 1895. 
"A pleasant newspaper, entirely local." 

Published at 87, Trinity Road, Wood Green, N. 22. 
Tele. Palmers Green 70. 

"TTTOOD GREEN & SOUTHGATE WEEKLY HERALD 
W AND PALMER'S GREEN AND DISTRICT 

ADVERTISER. Friday, Id. 
Independent. Gives full reports of local events. 
Circulates in Wood Green, Palmer's Green, Southgate and 
VVinchmore Hill. 
Pbopbietoes— Crusha&Son. Tele. Tottenham 1720. 



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OOLWICH GAZETTE. (See Plumstead News and 
Woohuieh Gazette, Plumstead.) 

WOOLWICH HERALD. Friday, Id. 
Unionist.- Established 1882. 
The Herald devotes its whole space to local news. Claims 
a very large circulation among the employees in the Royal 
Arsenal, and to be "the most interesting local paper." 

Pboprietors — South Eastern Press (Lim.), 6, Wellington 
Street, Woolwich, S.E. 18. Tele. Woolwich 502. 

WOOLWICH PIONEER. Friday, 2d. LaboUB. 
EsUblished 1904. 
Gives full and impartial reports of the news of Woolwich. 

Publislter—W. Barefoot, 3, New Road, Woolwich, S.E. 18. 
Tele. Woolwich 262. 



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Bristol Times 6 Mirror. 

THE LEADING MORNINQ PAPER OF THE WEST OF ENGLAND. 



Head Office— ST. STEPHEN ST., BRISTOL. London Office- 185, FLEET ST., E.C. 4. 



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, 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 6 Echo. 

Circulation more than three times that of any other Evening Paper in the West of England. 



The Sports Times, publislied Daily from the same office, reports fully all fixtures in the West of England. 



"Bristol Times & Mirror Publications 



BRISTOL TIMES & MIRROR. 
EVENING TIMES & ECHO. 

Head Office— ST. STEPHEN STREET, BRISTOL. 
Telajraphic Address—" Mirror, Bristol." 
Telephone— BniUA 2860 (4 lines). 

SCALE OF CHARGES 

Measured by 

JSrtstol ^imes 8i /IDirror. 
EventtiQ Uimcs S. JEcbo. 

Prospectuses ... 20/- s/c inch ; 40/- double col. inch. 

Company Meetings 20/- single column inch. 

Minimum, £6 0. 
Financial Paragraphs (approved) ... 21/- per inch. 

Minimum, £2 10 0. 
Government and Parliamentary Notices 

18/- single column inch ; 36/- double column inch. 
Notices of every description emanating from Railways, 

Collieries, Canal, Tramways, Gas and Water 

Companies 

15/- single column inch ; 30/- double colnmn inch. 
Auctions, Amusements, E.xhibitions 
^ 10/- single inch column ; 20/- double colunm inch. 
Sporting Advertisements 

12/- single colunm inch. 



CLIFTON CHRONICLE. 
SPORTS TIMES. 

London Offlce— 185, FLEET STREET, E.C. 4. 
(Mr. U. C. Anning) 
Telejihone—Bolhovn 4962. 

FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. 

Space Occupied. 

jEventnG ITimes 6i JEcbo 

or 

Sports XTimes. 

TRADE ADVERTISEMENTS. 

C)rdinary Position. 

1 to 5 insertions 10/- per single column inch 

fitol2 „ 9/- „ „ ,, 

13 or more 8/- ,, ,, ,, 

Special quotaiiuns for special positions. 



Xrimes S. /IDicror. 

TRADE ADVERTISEMENTS. 
Ordinary Positions. 

1 to 5 in.sertions 7/6 per single column inch 

6 to 12 ,, 6/- 

13 or more 3/- \', " \\ 

Special quotations for special posiiiom. 



£100 
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whole page ... 
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Three Insertions £40 each. 
^^o further reductions. 

"Times and Mirror" columns 

24|| inches in length, and 2J inches wide (14 ems). 



WHOLE PAGE 

Three Insertions £7S each. 

HALF PAGE 

Three Insertions £40 each. 
No further reductions. 



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Columns— 17i or ISJ inches in length ; 2i inches wide. 

Clifton dbronicle. 

Illustrated Newspaper and Magazine. 

Government and Parliamentary Notices 
1/- per line. 

County, City, Legal and Public Notices 
9d. per line. 

Meetings, Lectures and Subscription Lists 
5d. per line. 

TRADE ADVERTISEMENTS. 

1 insertion 8/- per single column inch 

6 insertions 3/. „ ,, 

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* (BNGLAND and WALBS.) 

TOWNS WHERE PUBLISHED ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED. 



Aberearn la a Hmnlt tovn about 10 luiU's from Newport. Extensire colKerirs 
anil coki- works are in the vicinity. Populattun (Id'.tl) 30.1:£l. Pap«r /or the 
dMrict- 

ABKBCARN AND RISCA WEEKLY ARGUS. 
Friday, \d. 
A localised edition of the South Walci Weekly Argus, 
Newport. 

A.B B R » A. It W!,.~( Glamorganikire.) 

Tills IB a larife and populous parish in the county ; the inhabitants being t>D- 
vaKed in mining and agriculture. There are collieries, tinworks. and 
brickworks at Aberdare. Popuhitlon (1921) l>0,oio.-i'a]>£rs for the 
district— 

ABERD.ARE AND MOUNTAIN ASH EXPRESS. 
Saturday, 2d. 
Liberal.— Established 1864. 

Circulates in the Aberdare Valley from Hirwain to Abercynon. 
A localised edition of the Merthyr Exprest. 

ABERDARE LEADER. Thursday, 2rf. 
Independent. Established 1861. 
Circulates throughout the Aberdare and Mountain Ash 
districts, also Glyn Neath and Pontypridd. 

Phophietors — Pugh and Rowlands. 

DARIAN (The Shield). Tuesday, 1i. 
Radical.— Established 1875. 
Circulates in South Wales and Monmouthshire. 
The only undenominational paper in South Wales, printed 
in Welsh. 
Pbopbietohs— Tarian Printing & Publishing Co., Ltd. 
London O^ce— 118, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. 

ABBaC}A.VElVMT.— ( Monmouthshire.) 

Abergavenny is a flourishing and rapidly-increasing town. Its markets 
which are among the moat imifortant in Monmouthshire and the 
Principality, are the business resort o( the population <)f an extensive 
mining district, and the agriculturists of .Monmouthshire, Hereford 
shire, and Breconshire. Population (1921) 9,008.— Paper for the district— 

ABERGAVENNY CHRONICLE. Friday, 2d. 
NEnTBAL.— 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. 

Pkopbietobs — M. Morgan & Co, (Printers, Abergavenny) 
Ltd. 

A.UKWt€iKIjK.—{Denbiglnhire.) 

A market-town. live stock sales centre, and sea-bathing place, with a popu- 
lation, including Pensarn of (1921) 2.632. -Papers far the dietrict— 

ABERGELE AND PENSARN TIMES AND VISITORS' 
RECOHD. Saturday, Id. 
NON-POLITICAL UNSECTAKIAN. 

Circulating in Abergele and Pensarn, Llanddulas, St. George, 
Towyn, LlanfairtaUiaiam, Llansannan, Bettws, Dolwen, Rhyd- 
y-Foel, Bodelwyddan, ice. 

Pboprietor— Thomas Leigh, 

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. 
Pbopbietobs— Roberts Bros. 

ABERGELE AND NORTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS. 
See A'orth Wales Weekly Newt, Conway. 2d. 

\ ABERTItlKHY.— {i/onwoM(/i«AjVe.) 

A large and rapidly-increasing town, surrounded by a large number of coal 
nunes,tin-plateworkB,&c. Population (1931). 1t),805.— Paper* /or t)te dtstrict- 

ABEBTILLERY WEEKLY ARGUS. Friday, Id. 
Liberal.— Established 1899. 
A localised edition of the South Wales Weekly Argus, 
Newport. 



SOUTH WALES GAZETTE. Friday, 2i. 
Liberal.— Established 1888. 
Circulates in Abertillery, Newport, the Western and Eastern 
Valleys, Ebbw Vale, Brynmawr, kc. 

Is entirely devoted to the interests of the large mining district 
in which it circulates, and gives fully all the local news. 
Pbopbietobs- The South Wales Gazette, Ltd. (.Ad vt. , p. 572. ) 

A. B E H Y STlir YT H.— ( Carrfjyan*At>«.) 

Issituati-d at the mimth of thi^ Hhcidnl, and possi-Baeg a coaatjofr trade. Is 
in the n('iifhbourhoc)dof a larife mining: diHtrirt. and is much (recjueDted 
as a warcrins-i''»Cf. Aberystwytli is the seat of one of the Ihree con- 
stituont ooIlege« of the University of Walep, and the National Library of 
Wulea ig situated here. Pupnlatiou (1821) 11,220.— /'apers for thediiirict— 

ABERYSTWYTH DESPATCH, DIRECTORY, AND CAR- 
DIGAN BAY VISITOR. Tuesday, Irf. 
Nectbal.— Established 1887. 

Circulates in Cardigan Bay, Pwllheli, Criocieth, Dolgelley, 
Barmouth, Towj;n, Aberdovey, Aberystwyth, and district. 

Up-to-date visitors' paper, giving full lists and covering all 
West Wales resorts. 
Publishers — Cambrian Seivs (Aberystwyth), Ltd. 
London Office— n», Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. City 4367. 

CAMBRIAN NEWS, MERIONETHSHIRE STANDARD 
AND WELSH FARMERS' GAZETTE. Friday, 2(i. 

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, carrying all 
local government and important advertising announcements. 

Publishers— CB,Ta\>n&n News (Aberystwyth) Ltd. (Advt., 
p. 568. ) 

London Office— 11% Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. City 4367. 

WELSH GAZETTE. Thursday, 2d. 
Libebal.— Established April, 1899. 
Circulates in Aberystwyth and the counties of Cardigan, 
Carmarthen, Merioneth, and Montgomery. 
Proprietob— George Rces. 



A^WHHGnO^.— {Berkshire.) 



A large market-town on the Isis.ss miles from London, with i 
of (1921) 7.167 inhabitants.— Paper ror tie district- 



population 



■VrORTH BERKS HERALD, with which is incorporated 
i-> the Abingdon Herald. Saturday, IJii. 

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. 

Publisher— 'R. Q. Loosley. 

A.€CKIW«TOar.— (Z,anca«/iire.) 

Accrlngton, the centre of a parliamentary division. Is the market town 
for, and commercial centre of a very important district. It has long 
been noted forits extensive calico printing establishments, and of late 
years the cotton manufacture and the machine-making industry have 
been extended with great rapidity. Bleaching and iron-founding are 
carried on. Population (1921) 43.610.— Papers forthe district-. 

ACCRINGTON ADVERTISER AND NORTHERN 
MORNING NEWS. Tuesday \d. and Friday, Id. 
Independent.- Established 1889. 
Circulates in Accrington and East Lancashire. 
Reports the news of the district with the general intelligence, 
financial news, tales, miscellaneous, &o. 
Publisher— S. M. Holden. 

ACCRINGTON GAZETTE. Saturday, 2(/. 
Consebvative.— Established January, 1881. 

Circulates in Accrington, Church, Oswaldtwistle, Haslingden, 
Baxenden, Clayton-le-Moors, Harwood, Padiham, Sec. 

Local events are fully reported, and its special articles, of 
which there are several each week, are new, popular, and 
widely read. Issues a special edition for Haslingden. 

Pbopbietobs— Aoortn^ton Gazette Co, (Lim.). 



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ACCRINGTON OBSERVER AND TIME8. Tuesday, Irf. 
ami Saturday, 2d. 
Established 1866. 

Circulates in the Accrington, Bossendale, Dsrwen, and 
Clitheroe parliamentary divisions. 
Publishers — A ecrington Obterver ^ Times, Ltd. 
(Advt.,p. 50).) 

Ai:.CK9TKI».— ( Warwickshire.) 

A market-town, chiefly employed in the manuracturf of j^eedles, which 
has heen it! staple trade for more than 100 years paRt. fishing tiKkle, 
cycleB and oycla acceasoriee. Excellent Btock sales held here on 
alternate Wednesdavf*- It is 15 miles south-west of Warwick. Corn 
market on Wednesday. Population (1821) 12,327.— Paper /or <Ae dislriet— 

A LCESTER CHRONICLE. Saturday. 2rf. 
Nectbal. — Established April 4, 1864. 

Circulates in Alcester and adjacent towns and villages in 
Warwickshire, Worcestershire, and Gloucestershire. 
A localised Edition of the Redditeh Indicator. 

A.t^nB,UVSt«iVL-0'»-»V,l^.— [Suffolk.) 



s 



Seaside golf, yachting and fishing resort, with a population of (1921) 
Paper for the diatrict— 

UFFOLK SEA COAST TIMES, Saturday, K 
tiee Lmvestoft. 



A. 1^'nKWt.^'H.ii'K.— (Hampshire.) 

A town of great inii'ortance from the magnitude of the permanent Barracks 
and Camps This bap attracted so many tradesmen and others to the 
town that the village of a few years since has grown into a flourishing 
town. The neigh^ourhood U agricultural. Civilian population UU21) 
28.756 —Papertfor iht ditti-ict— 

ALDBRSHOT NEWS. Friday, Id. 
Independent.— Establiehed 1894. 
Circulates throughout the district of the Hampshire, 
Surrey and Berkshire borders and at all military stations at 
home and abroad. 
All news of the town and camp fully reported. 
Pkoprietors — Gale & Polden (Lim.). 
London Office— 2, Amen Corner, E.G. 4. Tele. Central 297. 

ALDERSHOT GAZETTE AND MILITARY NEWS. 
Thursday, id. 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. 

Peoprietors— Wm. May & Co., Ltd. 
AliCORJ).— ( Lincolnshire.) 

A market town with a population (1921) 2,394. It has a free grammar 
school.— Paper for the district~ 

ALFORD, SPILSBY, AND HORNCASTLE GAZETTE. 
Saturday, Id. 

Lincoln Gazette Series. 
AliFHETOW.— (i>«r6y«Air«.) 

prosperous market-town; population (1921) 20,4S& ; is the centre of an 
extensive mining district.— Paper for the dutrici— 

ALFRETON AND BELPER JOURNAL AND MID- 
DERBYSHIRE RECORD. Friday, Irf. 
Established January, 1870. 

Circulates in Mid-Derbyshire, the Ilkeston, Chesterfield, 
and the Manstield Divisions, and mining district of Erewash 
Valley. It contains, besides local news, articles of literary 
interest. 

Proprietors— Hobson & Sou, Ltd. 

Lrmdou Offiee—2, Copthall Buildings, E.C.2. Tele. Bank 
6362. (Advt., p. 565.) 

AI, WWI CK.— (iy^oriAimJer-iand.) 

Is an ancient liui-ough and market-town on the Alii, :« miles from Newcastle 
and has a large trade in com, cattle, brewing and fishing tackle. Popula- 
tion (1921) 6.991.— Papers for the dUtrict— 

ALNWICK AND COUNTY GAZETTE AND ALNWICK 
MERCURY. Friday, 2d. 
Unionist— Established l'854. 

Circulates in Alnwick and throughout the County of North- 
umberland. 

Gives news of the week of the whole county and deals fully 
with all local matters. 

Publisher— Qeo. D. Glass. 

London O/Hce—lSo, Fleet Street, E.C.'4. 
(Advt., p. 653.) 



Tele. Central 6716. 



ALNWICK GUARDIAN AND COUNTY ADVERTISER. 
Saturday, '2d. 
Liberal.— Established 1885. 
Circulates in Alnwick, and the county. 
The Guardian is full of local and district news. 

Proprietors — The Northman Press, Ltd. 

London Office— 185, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Central 6716. 

AliTOH — (Hampshire.) 

la a thrivinPT town, of (19211 5,580 inhaliitante, the centre of a ho)i-growing 
and fiRriculturnl diBtrict. and Doted for its ales, situate about midway 
between Ouiloford nnd WincheBter. Every Tuesday it has an imiiortant 
Poultry, Egg and Cattle Market. Is a favourite health resort.— /*aper« 
/or the district— 

ALTON MAIL. Friday, 2d. 
Independent. Established 1899. 
Circulates in Alton and District. 
Full reports of all local and district news are given. 

Publisher — E. W. Langhani. 



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AMPSHIRE HERALD AND ALTON GAZETTE, 
(NORTH AND EAST HANTS). Friday, l^d. 

Unionist.— Established 1885. 

Circulates in Alton and the County. 

Supports the Unionist party. Gives the County and local 
news fully, with a selection of general intelligence and agri- 
cultural news. 

Proprietors— Warren & Son, Ltd. 
AI-TBiarCHAM.— (C/iesAire.) 

A town wicli a poimJatlon of (1921) 30,461. Population of tiie Parliamentary 
Division, 110,359.- Pope^-8 for the district— 

ALTRINCHAM, BOWDON AND HALE GUARDIAN. 
Tuesday, Id., and Friday, 2d. 
Neutral.— Established 1862. 

Circulates in Altrincham, Bowdon, and the neighbourhood. 
Gives the local and general news very fully. 

Proprietors— Mackie & Co. (Ltd.), 71, George Street, 
Altrincham. 



LotidoH Office— 173. Fleet Street, E.C. 4. 
(Advt., p. &09.) 



Tele. City 7662. 



A LTRINCHAM ADVERTISER. Friday, 2d 
J:\. Conservative.— Established 1880. 
Circulates through Cheshire and the adjoining counties. 
Contains all the local and general news. 

Proprietors— Swain & Co. (Ltd.). (Advt., p. 573.) 
A1IBI.BAI: !>£.—( Westmorland.) 

An ancient market-town and centie for Tieitora to the Knglisli lakes Popu 
lation (1921) 2,878.- Poper for the dtltriet— 

LAKE DISTRICT HERAI D. Saturday. 2d. 
Independent.— Established April 27, 1880. 
Circulates in Ambleside and throughout the Lake district. 
The Herald contains full and reliable reports of district local 
news. 

PbopHIKTOKS— Xo/les Herald, Ltd. 
Amm AH FOnD — {Carmarthenshire.) 

A town on the (i.W. Railway, 12i miles north of Swansea. Population 8.000 
district 33,000.— Paper /or «A« dt»(rtel— 

AMMAN VALLEY CHRONICLE AND EAST CARMAR- ' 
THEN NEWS. Thursday, 2rf. 
Est-iblished 1913. 

Circulates in Ammanford, Bettws, Llandebie, CwmRmman, 
Brynamman, Gwaun-cae-Gurwen, Llandilo. Llangadock, Llan- 
dovery, Cross Hands, Pontardulais, and adjacent districts. 
Gives the news of the district in Welsh and English. 

Publishers— ^«i?»(7M Vallei/ Chronicle {Ltd.). (Advt., p. 558.) 



A.JH.VWa.IT,1^.-(Bedforclshire. ) 

A market-town, with a population of (1921) 2.269; 7 miles from Bedford- 
Paper for the district. 

AMPTHILL AND DISTRICT NEWS. Friday, Id. 
Neutral.- Established 1891. 
The only local paper for Ainpthill and the district. 
The entire news of Ampthill and district is given in the 
JVews, and a good selection of general intelligence. It is one of 
the Bedford Record series. 
Proprietors — Beds. Times Publishing Co., Ltd. Bedford. 
London Office— lU, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 2626. 
(Advt., p. 656.) 



THR ENGLISH PROVINCIAL NEWSPAPER PRESS. 



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Alil»OVKK.-(^ampj!AtVe.) 

I« a municipal lx>ri>ufh, nnd an iuiporUnt »grii-uUural town, oUiidlng in an 
«xt«nsi%-<> p«riiih of the •%mv nAinu. Poi)uUtioD (19911 8,M9.— Papen for 

AN DOVKR ADVKRTISER AND NORTH-WEST HANTS 
OAZETTK. Fridnv, 2rf. 

Indkpendbnt.— Kstablished 1867. 

Circulates in Andover, Uoinsey, Tidworth Garrison, Ludgers- 
hall, Stookbridge, Whitchuroli, and their distrioU. 

Advocates the aKriciiltural interest. Contains full and care- 
ful reports of local and district news, special pains beinR taken 
to ensure accuracy and impartiality : thn articles on topics 
of general and local interest are well-written and indepen- 
dent in tone. 

PllOPRlETORS— Holmes k Sons. (Advt., p. «66.) 

-rTTILTS, BERKS, AND HANTFl COUNTY PAPER. 
VV Friday, 2d. Incorporates the Andovet- Times. 
A localised edition of Wilts, Berks and Hants County Paper. 
See under Marlborough. 



AriPtiKBY — ( Wettmorland.) 

The (.-Diinty town, with K populatloD of (1921) I.TIMI. Paper /or the dittrUt— 

APPLEBY ANO KIRKBY STEPHEN HERALD. 
Nee Penrith Herald. 

JL^JH^KIC.— {Yorkshire.) 

A thriving townihil) with a population of atxiut 20.000— the population of the 
district aumbering over aoo.ooo.— Paper fur thedi*lriet~ 

ARMLEY AND WORTLEY NEWS. Friday, '2d. 
Neutbal.— Established 1889. 
Circulates in the townships of Armley, Wortley, Holbeck, 
Kirkst,ill, Hurley, Woodhouse, Headingley, Hunslet, Farnley, 
Bramley, Stanningley, Leeds, and district. 

Gives all the local and district news, and a selection of 
general intelligence, cricket and football notes, &c. 

PE0PBIET0B8— West Biding A. B.C. Publishing Co., Ltd. 



A.lBtVS^'B-KTL.— {Sussex.) 



Is a municipal barough, antl a market-town on the Arun, Its chief impiirtsnce 
is »i.'-rlve(l from ira proximity to Arumiet Castl", tlu' seat of the Duke of 
Norfolk.—Population (19-211 2.741.— Paper /or (A< disinrt— 

WEST SUSSEX GAZETTE AND SOUTH OF ENGLAND 
ADVERTISER. Thursday, 2rf. 

Neutral. — E.stablished June, 1853. 

Circulates very largely throughout the counties of Sussex, 
Surrey, Kent, Middlesex and Hants. 

It stands quite apart from most Provincial weeklies by 
reason of its remarkable range of intellectual and business 
interests, its grip of practical issues in agriculture, commerce 
and politics, and its wide popular appeal to all classes. 
Independent, original, and sound in control, its local news 
always has a high percentage of condensed fact. 

Proprietors — Mitchell & Co. 

London Office.— UZ-i, Fleet Street, E.C. Tele. Central 4450. 
(Advt., p. 575.) 



A9HBOUI»»E.— (i)«r6y«AjVe.) 

It baa manufactories of clocks, cotton, tape, and corfietB, and an active tratle is 
carried on in dairy profluce. Foi>ulation(19'2]) 4,147. Papers far the dialrict— 

ASHBOUENE ADVERTISER. Friday and Saturday, 2d. 
Unionist. 
A localised issue of the Derbyshire Advertise)-, which was 
established at Ashbourne in 1846, and circulates in the districts 
of West Derbyshire and North Staffordshire. 
(•Sec under Derby.) 

ASHBOURNE NEWS. Friday, Irf. 
Independent.— Established January, 1891 . 
Circulates extensively in West Derbyshire and North-East 
Staffordshire. 

A good family newspaper, chiefly devoted to the interests of 
this agricultural neighbourhood. 

FtMishe) — Hobson & Son, Ltd. 

London Office— 2, Copthall Buildings, E.C. 2. Tele. Bank 
5362. (Advt., p. 565.) 

ASHBOURNE TELEGRAPH. Friday, Id. 
Independent. — Established 1903. 
Circulates in West Derbyshire and North Staffordshire. 
The lelet/raph is a large and well-managed paper, full of local 
and district news, with a lar^e selection of general intelligence, 
and topical articles appropriate to the district. 

Pbofbietor— J. H. Henstock. 



AAHBIJRT4»H — {Devonthire.) 

(lives title to one of the |)urliaini'itt^r.r divisions of Dnvonsliire. Larffe 
mining ani) agrii-ultuial district, also important woollen inannfaetorifli. 
Scenery in tlie nrlghliourhotxl very grand, on the borders of Dartmoor, 
Population I1B21) »,3l!2.-r«per/»r (He dutriet— 

ASHBURTON WESTERN GUARDIAN. Wednesday, 1^ 
Independent.— Established 1882. 
Circulates in Ashburton and neighbouring towns. 
A localised edition of the Westertt Ouardian, Totnes. 

ASH BY-DK-I.A-ZO veil.- {Leicesteri/iire.) 

Population, 4,93^.— Paper /or the digtriet— 

BURTON CHRONICLE, with which is incorporated the 
A shby Guardian. Thursday, 2rf. Established 1860. 
{See Burton-on-Trent.) 

ASHFORD.— ( ;r«n«.) 

Is a nourishing market-town, and parish of Kent. One of the •largest stock 
and corn marKuis in the county is held every Tuesday. It is In the 
midst of an .-igricultural and industrial district. The South- Eastern and 
Chatham Kailway Conutany's extensive locomotive and cnrriage manu- 
factories, employing lOTenl thousand mechanics. are established 
there. Other locftl Industries are l>rick-making and textile manufacture. 
PopuUtion (19211 14,3M.— foperi tor the diiMct— 

KENTISH EXPRESS. Friday afternoon for Saturday, 2d. 
Neutka)..— Established 1865. 
Circulates all over Kent and East Sussex. 
Gives the county news fully, a digest of general news. 
Pbopeietors— The Kentish Express (Igglesden & Co.), Llm. 
(Advt., p. 614.) 

KENT MESSENGER & ASHFORD EXAMINER. 
Friday morning, 2d. 
Independent.— Established Kent Messenger 1859. 
A localised edition of the Kent Messenger and Maidstone Tele- 
graph, Maidstone. 

TUESDAY EXPRESS. The Kent Mid-Weekly. 
Published at noon every Tuesday, id. 
Nkdtral. — Circulates throughout the county, and gives full 
reports of all week-end happenings and market prices. 
Peopbietors— TV/* Kentish Express (Igglesden & Co.), Lim. 



A8HT09r-V1ir»Bn-I.Y]VK — {Lancashire.) 

la a parliamentary borough and a welI-eiuplo7ed and prosperous manufactar- 
iiiK town. It is inuui'diat«ly cunnenteo with Hnd Furrouiided by. Staly* 
bridge, Mossley, Oldham, Hyde, Dukinfleld, Droylsden, Gorton. Clayton 
and Openahaw, alt of which are iirincipally occupied in cho cotton manu- 
facture and machine making. Thi> ni<tTior of Ashton-under-Lyne alone 
coDtains upwards of ]7(> fariories, tM coal pits, and Is th<; centre uf a very 
numerous population. Population (llfil) 43,338.— Papers /t>r Vte di»tric^~ 

ASHTON evening STANDARD, irf. 
{ike Oldham Erening Standard.) 

ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE HERALD. Friday, 2rf. 
Established 1888. 

Circulates in Ashton and the district. 

With the above are incorporated The Stalybridge Serald, 
The DuUiniield Herald, The Mossley and Saddleworth Herald 
and the Uroyslden and Clayton Herald. 

The Herald is the popular paper in the district. Its 
features are reliable district news, racy notes, full reporu 
of local meetings, special articles of local and general interest, 
interviews, illustrations, Ice. 

I'ublishers — The Herald Printing and Publishing Oo. (Lim.). 

London Office~lS5, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 6715. 

(Advt., p. 556.) 

ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE REPORTER. Saturday, 2rf. 
Liberal.— Established 18.55. 

Circulates in Ashton-under-Lyne, Stalybridge, Dukinfield, 
Hurst, Audenshaw, Droylsden, Mossley, Gorton, Openshaw, 
Longsight, Saddleworth, Mottram, Iladfield, Denton, Glossop, 
New Mills, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Whaley Bridge, Marple, New- 
ton Heath, Failsworth, Hollinwood, Lees, and Oldham. 

Advocates Libei-al measures, but is without party bias ; and 
gives ample reports of all local occurences. 

Proprietors- J. Andrew & Co. 

London Office— 151, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 6903. 
(Advt., p. 500.) 

ASHTON STANDARD. Saturday, 2rf. 
( Nee Oldham Standard. ) 

COTTON FACTORY TIMES. Friday, Id. 
Nbutral.— Established January 16, 1885. 
Established in the interests of the workers in the cotton trade. 
It contains matters of dome.stic interest as well as news, and 
advertisements relating to cotton mills, mill machinery, mill 
furnishing, kc, appear in its pages. 

Offices— MetT^Let Square. 

London Office— 151, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 6903. 
(Advt., p. 600.) 



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DROYLSDEN & CLAYTON HERALD. Friday, 2d. 
Established 1890. , ^ „ ,j 

A localised edition of the Ashton - under • Lyne Herald. 
(Advt., p. S55.) 



DUKINFIELD HERALD. 
Established 1889. 
A localised edition of the 
(Advt., p. 655.) 



Friday, 2d. 

Ashton ■ tinder ■ Lyne Hen-aid. 



ATKERSTOMC:.— ( WarwickMre:) 

A town largely intereated in agriculture, coal-mining and the hat trade. 
Population (1921) 20,849— Paperi /or tiw dirtrict— 

ATHERSTONE EXPRESS. Friday, Id. 
Independent. Established 1900. 
Has practically a house to house sale in this large mining 
and agricultural centre. 
Proprietor — Harry Fieldhouse. 
Head 0/^«— Tribune Buildings, Nuneaton. 
London Office— nS, Fleet Street, E.C.4. Tele. City 4911. 
(Advt., p. 567.) 

ATHERSTONE HERALD. Saturday, Id. 
Neutral. (See Tammorth Herald.) (Advt., p. 674.) 

ATHERSTONE NEWS. Friday, Ud. 
NkDtral. Established July, 1886. 
The local and district news and advertisements are added to 
a selection of general news. The Atherstone News is printed 
and published In the town. 
Proprietor — M. Colman. 

ATHERSTONE OBSERVER. Tuesday, Id. 
See Nuneaton Observer, 



AVOHIIOUT H (Gloucestershire.) 

Standi at the mouth of the Avon on the right hank, G miles above Bnstol, 
It has extensive dockyards and is the out port of a large proportion of 
Bristol Channel trade.— Prtper /or tfte district— 

AVONMOUTH MAIL & SHIPPING GAZETTE. 
See under Bristol. 



AXIi KS HUtfY.— (Buckinghamshire.) 

1b a borough and market-town, communicating with London by the Great 
Central, Metropoliian, North Western, and Great Western Railways, with 
a population of (t9'^l) 12,11-1. It has some extensive letterpresB printing, 
motor, rivet, batter and «onden8ed milk factories, and is the county and 
assize town. Tlie population of Bucks la largely agricultural,— Pa j^erd /or 
the district— 

BUCKS ADVERTISER AND AYLESBURY NEWS. 
Friday for Saturday, 2d. 
Independent.— Established December 3, 1836. 
Circulates throughout Buckinghamshire and the neigh- 
bouring counties. 

Proprietors — Bucks Advertiser Co. (Llm.). (Advt., p. 658.) 

BUCKS HERALD. Saturday, 2d. 
Conservative.— Established January 6, 1832. 

Circulates generally through all the towns and rural districts 
of Buckinghamshire, and the adjoining counties of Bedford, 
Hertford, Berks, Oxford, Northampton, and West Middlesex. 

Advocates Conservative and Church of England principles, 
and is a strenuous upholder of the interests of agriculture and 
the protection of the labouring classes, seeking by ameliorating 
measures, and by sanitary enactments, to improve their con- 
dition. 

Pbopbietors— G. T. De Fraine & Co., Ltd. (Advt., p. 567.) 



A.YI-»HA.»f.-(iVor/oZ/i;.) 

A market town with a population of 2,600.— Paper for the diglrict— 

\ YLSHAM, REEPHAM k FOULSHAM POST. 



U\. 2d. Established 1916. 

A localised edition of the Norfolk 
Norwich. 



Friday, 
Chronicle. See under 



B ACU P.— (LancoiAtre.) 

Il lituatad on tha river Irwell 119 miles from Manchester). It ii connected 
with Manchester an.l other parts by the L«nca.shire and Yorlishire R«il way 
It is not«d for its cotton and woollen manufactures and its stoue tiuarries" 
The population of ilacup at the cenmu of lyai was 21.3cfl.— Payers fivr 
the dtttritt— ^ 

BACUP CHRONICLE. Saturday, 2d. 
Established February, 1902. 
In politics progressive, in reporting impartial, in local matters 
independent. 

Pbofbietors— Bacup Publishing Co, 



BACUP TIMES. Saturday, 2d. 
Liberal.— Established April 8, 186-5. 

Circulates through Bacup, Waterfoot, Rawtenstall, Has- 
lingden, Accrington, Burnley, Nelson, Colne, Ramsbottom, 
Facit, Whitworth, Rochdale, etc. 

Liberal and Nonconformist in politics, it advocates social, 
religious, and political progress. 

Pkoprietors — Saciip Times (Llm.). 
(Advt. p. 665.) 

Loudon Office— m-5. Fleet Street, E.C.4. Tele. City 7662. 

ROSSENDALE ECHO & ADVERTISER. Wednesday, \d. 
LiBEBAli. — Established 1900. 
An excellent local paper circulating in a district amongst 
100,000 people. The paper is characterised by full and careful 
reports of all local events. 
Propbietor— J. J. Riley, Rawtenstall. 



BA.IjA. — (Merionethshire.) 

a juarket-town, having large and well-attended fairs. Railway communica- 
tion to Coriven and the Englisli towns on one side. Festiniog, the well- 
known quarry district on the other side, and Dolgelley and the Welsh 
coast. Population (1921) 1,40B,— Papers for the district— 

R WYTHNOS A'R ERYR. Wednesday, Irf. Estab. 1876. 
Reports the local news of the week in Welsh. 
Fublisher — H. Evans. 

YSEREN (THE STAR). Saturday, U. 
Liberal— Established 18S5. 
Fully reports all events in the county of Merioneth. 
Proprietor — R. Evans. 



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BAW BU WtH:,— (Oxfordshire.) 

It is the chief town of a parliamentary division, and within a circle of 
10 miles' radius there are 1-10 towns and villages, coutaining a large 
population. In the town there are girth, linen, box, and ladies' linen 
apparel manufactories, extensive iron works, timber works, printijig 
works, &c. FopulHtion (1921) \A,M1.~ Papers for the district— 

BANBURY ADVERTISER. Thursday, l\d. 
Independent.- Establiehed January, 1864. 
The Banbury Advertiser is an ably edited and well-printed 
journal, and its reports of all events in the town and district 
are full and accurate. 
Propbietor- B. R. Morland. 

BANBURY GUARDIAN. Thursday, 2d. 
Neutral,— Established 1838. 

Circulates very largely throughout Oxfordshire and North- 
amptonshire, South Warwickshire, North-West Buckingham- 
shire, and the Eastern portions of Gloucestershire and 
Worcestershire. 

Aims at creating a wider interest in the local government 
of the district. It reports fully the doings of the various 
administrative bodies, and endeavours to put before its readers 
their powers and responsibilities, and to keep them informed 
of the developments in local government. 

Pbopbietob— William Potts. (Advt., p. 556.) 



BAWCJOR. — (Carnarvonshire.) 

This is a delightfully-situated city, the favourite resort of touristi In the 
summer season, and the headquarters for climbers, oeing close to Snowdon. 
It is placed between two ridges of rock, with a fine opening to the sea, 
and beautiful mountain and water scenery. Tilt; cliief attractions of 
the neighoourhood are Stephenson's wonderful tubular tiridge, and 
Telford's suspension bridge over the Menai. Is a cathedral city aud home 
of the University College of North Wales. Population (1921) 11,032.— Papers 
Jor the district— 

ANGOR AND NORTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS. 2d. 
See North Wales Weekly Neivs, Conway. 



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BANGOR OBSERVER. Thursday, 2rf. 
Localised edition of the North Wales Observer. See 
Carnarvon. (Advt., p. 669.) 

NORTH WALES CHRONICLE. Friday, 2d. 
Incorporates the title of the Llandudno Directory. 

Imperialistic— Established 1803. 

Circulates through Carnarvonshire, Anglesey, Flintshire, 
Denbighshire, Merionethshire, and Montgomeryshire. 

Advocates the cause of Empire, and upholds the constitution 
in Church and State. It is essentially a newspaper, and 
gives the local news of Carnarvonshire, Anglesey, and 
Merionethshire. 

Proprietors— The North 
(Advt., p. 627.) 



Wales Chronicle Co. (Lim.). 



London Office — 4-7, St. Anne's Chambers, Broadway, Ludgate 
Hill, E.C.4. J. s 



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A Inrtfely populated town of (1031) 34,543 inhabitant!.— Pap«r« /or fAidijtricC- 

BARKINO, EAST HAM, AND ILFORD ADVERTISKR. 
Fi-iilny evening for Saturday, hi. NiiilTiiAL.— Estib. 1888. 
Circulates in Harking, East Ham, Ilford, Manor Paris, 
Beokton, Upton Park, Plaistow, Canning Town, Forest Gate, &c, 
Devotes space to reports of all local bodies — ottioial, 
political and religious. 

Pbopbiktors— The Ettex Weekly Newt Series (Ltd.). 
(Advt., p. 65i5.) 

BARKING CHRONICLE. Friday, U. 
Independent. — EstAblished 1910. 
A reprint of the Wett Ham and South Essex Mail. 
See London Suburban Newspapers. 

BARlflOUTII.— (>/erionc(A«Atre.) 

It is Mit> only port in the county, and is b<-comiDg celebrated aft a watering 
plA(*i\ The Brenery in the nolffhhourhood iB most pioturcBijue. Popula- 
tion (imi) 3.bX.— Paper /or tkt dittricl— 

BARMOUTH AND COUNTY ADVERTISER. 
Wednesday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established 1877. 

A Newspaper for the town and county, with lists of 
Tisitors and general seaside informatioQ. 
Propriktor— Morris G. Roberts. 

8A.RXAI»D CA.^TJLK.— (Durham.) 

la situatedon the Tees, 25 milea from Durham. It has a lar^e trade, and is 
situated in tbe midst >f a large agricultural, manufacturing, and mining 
population of (1931) 4,7S1.— Paper/or the district— 

TEESDALE MERCURY. Wednesday, IJrf. 
I.VDEPBNDEN'T.— Established July, 1854. 
Circulates in Barnard Castle, Richmond, Staindrop, Darling- 
ton, Bishop Auckland, Middleton-in-Teesdale, Gainford, Stock- 
ton-on-Tees, Brough, Appleby, Kirkby Stephen, and district. 

Advocates progressive and improving measures, gives copious 
reports of local proceedings and ample details of home and 
foreign news. 

Proprietors — Teesdale Mercury Co., Ltd. 
BARWET.— (/7er<s and Middlesex.) 

Called also Chipping Barnet. Is an increasing market-town, in a populous 
residential and trading district, with several towns and villages at no 
great distance, and is brought into communication with London by bus 
and trams, also by two lines of railway from iCing's Cross, and one from 
Broad-street, a third (the Midland) is within easy reach. Population 
of the town (1921) U,77a ; district >nai5.- Paper for the district— 

BARNET PRESS, FINCHLEY AND HENDON NEWS. 
Friday for Saturday, IJrf. 

Neutral.— Established June, 1859. 

Circulates in Barnet, Hadley, Finchley, Hendon, Edgware, 
Highgate, Hornsey, Finsbury Park, Southgate, New Southgate, 
Friern Barnet, Ridge, Potters Bar. El.stree, Bowes Park, Winch- 
more Hill, Totteridge, Whetstone, Watford, St. Albans, Enfield, 
South Mimms, Stanmore, Shenley, Hatfield, Muswell Hill, 
Hampstead Garden City, &c. 

It gives all the local news of the week, and copious dis- 
cussion and correspondence on local topics. The Barnet Press, 
by its accurate and impartial reports, has earned and main- 
tains the confidence and support of a large and populous district. 

Proprietors— E. Cowing & Son. Tele. Barnet 90. 

BA RlVOI^RS^riCK.— ( rorisAtre.) 

A lan^e parish in the Skipton division, d miles from Burnley. Population (19-Jl ) 
11,951.— Paper /or the dittriel^ 

BARNOLDSWICK AND EARBY PIONEER. 
Friday, Id. 
A localised edition of the West Yorkshire Pioneer, Skipton. 
(Advt., p. 675.) 

BARIfliliB'r.— ( Yorkshire.) 

Is araanufacturin? towu and county borougti in the WeetRlding. Barne- 
ley is tbe centre of (our parliamentary divisiuna, having linen, yarn, 
dama«k, drill, fancy silk goods, paper, shoe, and glass manufacturief. 
extensive collieries; iron foundries. cliemical, wire, bleaching, dye, ana 
woolworks. Population (I9ai) 53,670. The Great Central, Midland, and 
Lancashire and Yorkshire Kailways run into tbe boroagh.—Papera 
for the diatriet — 

BARNSLEY CHRONICLE. Friday, id. 
Liberal.— Established October, 1858. 

Circulates in Barnsley, Sheffield, Leeds, Donoaster, Ponte- 
fract, Penistone.Wombwell, Wath, Mexborough, and through- 
out the entire district of South Yorkshire. 

The Barnsley I hronicie 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. 

Fboprihtors— .Ba?*)Ml<y Chronicle (Ltd.) 



BARNSLEY INDEPENDENT, with which Ig Incorporatfld 
the Barnsley Tinies. Friday morning, for Saturday, 2d, 

Conservative.- Established April 7th, 1855. 

Circulates in several Parliamentary Divigions, embracing 
large and populous industrial districts. 

It reports carefully all local, district, and mining news, and ig 
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 ia the district. 

Pbopeibtors— 5ar«»/ey Independent Co., Ltd. 



BARWATAPIiK. 



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BarnslHple is the chief town of a parliamentary division, and may be regarded 
ai* tlK- metropoIiBof the North of Devon, lying in the centre of the four 
towns 4>f Biueford, Ilfrscombe, Torrington,and Sfuithmolton, and of a 
large and flourishingagricultural district. It is charmingly situated on the 
Taw, which is navigable for vessels of 300 tons, lis market may be con- 
Bidered the best in the kingdom for the sale of the pure North DevoD 
breed of cattle. Population (1931) 14,409.— Paper* for the iittriet— 

■\TORTH DEVON HERALD. Thursday morning, 2d. 
LN Unionist.— Established July, 1870. 

Agricultural Topics are a feature of this paper and in large 
demand by the fanning community of North Devon, West 
Somerset and North Cornwall. 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 ia 
every issue. 

Proprietors— North Devon Press, Ltd, 

(Advt., p. 56S.) 

■VTORTH DEVON JOURNAL. Thursday, 2(f. 
IN Liberal.— Established July 2, 1824. 

This paper is edited with great care and ability, and is prized 
for its able digest of the news of the week, an(i extensive and 
impartial local reports. Its comments on passing events are 
ably written and have made the Journal an influential organ. 

Pbopeietob— W. F. Gardiner. 



B AR ROfr-TlV-FIJRIV Eitfll.— (£anc<uAtre.) 

A thriving corporate town, which has a large and intelligent population 
owing to the construction of extensive docks, large haematite iron and 
steel works. It is the centre of large shipbuildinif and engineering works, 
the firm of Vickera Ltd. employing over 30,(XJ0 hands in the construction 
of ships, machinery, etc. There are also large engineering and paper- 
making workf and an extensive timber trade. It is also one of the 
largest imporling towns of oil and spirits (petrol. Ac.) in the kingdom. 
It returns one member to Parliament. Population (1921) 74,354.— Papers 
for the district- 

BARROW GUARDIAN. Saturday, Id. 
Liberal. Established 1910. 
Contains full reports of local affairs, and circulates through- 
out the district. 
Editions for Dalton, Grange and Cartmel, and Ulverston. 
Proprietors — The Barrow and North Lonsdale Press, Ltd. 
London Office— \59, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Holborn 982. 
(Advt., p. 655.) 

BARROW NEWS. Saturday, 2d. 
Independent. — Established January 4, 1881. 
The Barron News circulates throughout the Furness, North 
Lancashire, Cumberland, Westmorland, and Yorkshire districts. 
The oldest local paper and recognised medium for legal 
and official announcements. 
Proprietors— iJarrow Nems and Mail (Ltd.). 
London Offiee—XU, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. City 7984. 
(Advt., p. 655.) 

XTORTHWBSTERN DAILY MAIL. \d. 

iS (Football Edition. Saturday, 2rf.) 

Independent. — Established January 1, 1898. 

Circulates in every town and village from Maryport in the 
north to Lancaster in the south. 

The Mail is thoroughly independent in politics. The 
local, district, and general news of the day is presented 
with such fullness as to render the Mail a comiilete paper in 
itself, while its telegraphic service — home, foreign, and 
sporting — is that of a first-class daily. Special attention 
to the local markets. 

Publishers — Barron Nenisa.aA Mail (Ltd.). 

London Offiu—lU, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. City 7984. 



BARRO'WFORD. -(Lancashire.) 

A township with a population of (1911) 6.ftj0.— Paper /or the distriet.-^ 

BARROWFORD LEADER. 
{See Nelson Leader). 



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BJLRRir DOCKS — {Gla- 



BABRY ATVD 

morgamhire^ 

A thriving seaport toirn .intl seasidti resort and agricultural centre on the 
coast, of the Bristol ('hannel, exporting over twelve luillion tons of coal 
per annum in addition to general exports and imports Population (1921) 
40,000. Paixifs for the dietrict— 

BARRY DOCK NEWS. Friday, id. 
Neutral.— Established 1887. 
Circulates exclusively in Barry, Cardiff, Penarth, and the 
Vale of Glamorgan. 

Gives all the news of fhis thriving; place, with a selection of 
general intelligence. 
Managing Editor — J. R. Llewellyn. 

BARRY HERALD. Fridav, U. 
Established February, 1896. 
Circulates in Barry, Cadoxton, Barry Dock, and South 
Glamorgan districts. 
The news given is interesting to all classes. 
Propbietoes — Barry Herald Co. 

B AMIIVCHTOKB.— (//n?»M«Ve.) 

A municipal borough, tlie c-iitre of an iriip(»rtant agricultural and sporting 
tlistrict, rapidly increasing in population. By its extraorfiinary railway 
facilities— being situited on the Great Western and South Wtstcrn Buil- 
wavB— large sales of cattlt- have been estaiiHshed, weeKly corn mnrket. 
and the motor works. aRricultural implement foundries, clothing and 
leather factories and oiher industries are ye«r by year acquiring increased 
ini,)orfcance. Population (1921) i2,718.— /'a/>fir for the district-^ 

HANTS AND BERKS GAZETTE AND MIDDLESEX 
AND SURREY JOQRNAL. Saturday, 2(1. 
Independent. — Established January. 1878. 
Circulates in Basingstoke, Reading, Farnham, Alton, and 
the intermediate and more distant towns and villages. 

Devotes a large portion of apace to district news, and gives 
special attention to agricultural matters. 
Pbopkietors — Bird Bros. 

BATH. — (Soniersetshir^e.) 

Tliis ]W)pular inland watering-place is famous for Its hot mineral springs, the 
medicinal virtues of winch attract invalids from all parth. The famous 
Bath freestone is iiuarried on the outskirts of the city, this indiistry KivinK 
employment U* large numbers, while among the more important industites 
are cabinei-making, cloth making and engineering. la the fa^liionable 
rexidential part of Bath are suuaivs and crescents which are not to be 
equalled in the kingdom for architectural beauty. In the visitors' lists are 
invariably to be found the names of prominent peovde wlio come to Bath 
for " the cure," Resident population i IfCil ) HH,fyitf-— Papers for the district— 

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 excellently arranged. It contains latest and the most 
quicicly produced news. It is the organ for commercial 
and financial advertisers. It is an up-to-date wcicspaper, the 
local intelligence being full and accuiate. 

Propkiktors — Wessex Associated News, Ltd. 

London OfHce—H^, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Holborn 5228 
(Advt., p. 656.) 

B.VI'H WEEKLY CHRONICLE. Saturday, 2d. 
CoNSEBVATlVE A.vD UNIONIST.— Established 1757. 
Incorporates the Bath Weekhj Argun. 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, Batli 
and Bristol, &c. 
Proprietors — Wessex Associated News, Ltd. 

LotuloH Ofee—\49, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 5228. 
(Advt., p. 656.) 



ATH HERALD. Daily, Irf.; weekly edition, Saturday, 2rf. 
Independent.— Established 3rd .March, 1792. 



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(Incorporates Keene's Bath Journal. Established 1742.) 

Circulates m 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 
ill objectionable matters are excluded. It is the advocate of 
well-considered progress in political and municipal affairs. Its 
news reports are adecjuate and complete, and its original articles 
are numeious 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. The weekly edition 
ooDtains a Visitors' Directory and also the events of the week in 
pictures. An important feature is madeof reviews of literature 
of the day, and in place of long reports the news of the week 
is attractively summarised. 

Proprietors- William L" vis & Son, Ltd. 

London Office— \H, Pleet h.icet, E.C. 4 Tele. Central 4481 
CAdvt., p. 654.) 



BATH OBSERVER. Saturday, Irf. 
A reprint of the Bristol Obaerrer with a brief .sum'nary 
of local news. 

See Brinfot Obnerver. 

FOOTBALL HERALD. Saturday, Irf. During season. 
Results of all important matches, both Rugby and 
Association. 

Published at 12, Northgate Street. (Advt., p. 556.) 

WILTSHIRE NEWS. Friday, 2rf. 
Conservative.— Established 1910. Incorporates the 
Tf-lltshire County Mirror. Established 1833. 

Circulates in Trowbridge, VVarminster, Chippenham, and the 
county generally. 

PaoPBIETOUS — Wessex Associated News, Ltd. 

London Offlec—Wi, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 5223. 

BA.TIiBY.— ( Torkshire.) 

Batler fs the home of the heavy woollen cloth trade, which has brouprht great 
pro9i>erity not only to Batley but to the busy district of whii'h it is tiie 
centre. Within a radius of four milfs there are now U'-arly 2fW.OOO inhanl- 
tants. Under the Ue-di8tril)ution Bill. Batley bacomes a parliamentary 
borough, embrac.nB also Morley and Oesslt. Population 36,7M. Papers 
Jnr the (iintriel— 

BATLEY NEWS AND YORKSHIRE WOOLLEN DIS- 
TRICT ADVERTISER. Friday, 2rf. 
Established 1879. 

Circulates in Batley, Dewsbury, Batley Carr, Birstall, Heck- 
mondwike, Ossett, Morley, Birkenshaw, Gomersal, Drigh- 
ington, Soothill, West Ardalev, Leeds, Wakefield, &c. Devotes 
special attention to local intelligence, and is appreciated locally 
for its fearless comments. 

Pkoprietoss— A^ew.s Printing Co. (Ltd.). 

London Office— Thanet House, 231-2, Strand, W.C. 2. Tele. 
Central 2994. (Advt., p. 556.) 

BATLEY REPORTER AND GUARDIAN. Friday, 2d. 
Liberal— Established August 15, 1866. 
The Reporter circulates extensively in Batley, Dewsbury, 
Heckmondwike, Birstall. Morley, Gomersal, Ossett, Mirfield, 
Hanging Heatoii, Woodkirk, Soothill, &c. 

Advocates the i)rinciples of the Liberal party, and is a good 
literary, commercial, and family paper. It gives full reports 
of all local and district events. 

Proprietors — The Reporter (Ltd.). 

London Office— b, New Bridge Street, E.C. 4. (Advt., pp. 559 
and 561.) 

ATLEY AND HEAVY WOOLLEN DISTRICT FREE 
PRESS. Tuesday, irf. 
Independent— Established 1898. 

P/iblishers—J. Fearnsides & Sons, Ltd. 
IIKCCJLBS.— (5M/fo//fc.) 

Is a corporate and market-town on the navigable river Waveney ; and has 
a ffood ciial, u irn, matt, and cattle trade. Hessre. WUIi;tm Clowes h Sonc. 
Limited, the emiuent p'-intera of Loudon, havi* their country braach 
I'Btibtisbmeiit here. It is six miles from Bungay, which also aiands on 
tlie Wnven'-y. and bus manufactories of hemp, with a corn, m»lt, coal, 
and lime tmde. Itrickmakinii is also carried on to a large extent, as well 
as a timber trade and eugiueeriug. fopulatiuu (19ai) T,077. Paper J or the 
district — 

EAST SUFFOLK GAZETTE. Tuesday, 2rf. 
Independent- Established 1857. 
Circulates through the Eastern districts of Suffolk and 
Norfolk. 

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. 

Proprietors— William Clowes & Sons (litd.). 
BKCKEHHAlfl (Kent.) 

A pleasant town, witti a large and increasing population (1^1) 33,.150.— 
Papers /or the district^ 

BECKENHAM & PENGE ADVERTISER. Thursday, 2rf. 
Independent— Established February, 1888. 
Circulates largely in Beckenhani, Bromley, Bickley, Penge, 
Anerley, South Norwood, &c. 

Local news is reported fully, and comments thereon and 
criticisms on any passing events are a noted feature of tliis 
journal. 

Proprietor— Exors. of the late Jesse W. Ward, 

BECKENHAM CHRONICLE. 
See Sroniley Chronicle. 



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BECKENHAM JOURNAL. SatiinUv, IJrf. 
NBUTltAl,.-KMtnlili!>ti«(l 1876. 
Circulnti's in Heckenlmm. I'nnKO, Svilenham, Shortlands, 
Bromlej-. West Wickhani. and Wnat Kent generally. 

The locil nnil ili.xtrict news is fully given, with a selootion 
of general information. 
Proprietor -T. W. Thornton. 

ECKENIIAM TIMKS. Friday. 2//. 

_, iNnKPRNDENT— Eatalilished 1900. 

Circulates in Beckenham, Penge, New Beekenham, Clock 
House, &c. ^, „ 

Reports all local and official news and is a thoroughly well- 
conducted family journal. 

Ofirr—39. East Street. Bromley. 
I, />KWM/ifc..— Kentish District Times Co. (Ltd.) (Advt., p. .il3.) 

LmuioH OJHfi—io, Chancery Lane, W.C. Tele. Museum 7239. 

VBDFO R n.— {Bedfordshire.) 

The coiintv town of Beiltn'iUMri- ; plMMntly situated in » fertiln tmnt on 
tha Oiise V«llev, Bedford la bu anrleut lurliamciitary liorouRli. to 
which it« RrMt educiitionsl endowment ha«. in the laat few drmilps. 
given « new life. The four Socondarv Sehixils of the town are fainoua 
uiil«I[t^.'t realdonts from :ill pHrt*. Around them hnvo iprimit no other 
Uourlahlnu priinte «elioolg. Ei^nineenni! i» the t .wn» chief induBtrr, the 
Urge work* of ,1 Jfc F. Howard »nil \\. II. Allen. Son t Co., Ltd., beinir eale- 
brateil. The Uiwn Is a soenil «iid eoinraerci.iI centre of Hn linpirlant 
•f rIouUural and raeldenllal iliatrlct, which incluoea ti;e aaata M 'ho Iluko 
of Beilford, Mreount I'fel. I-ord ■■ni.thill. Lord St. .lohn, and Mr. Saral. 
Howard Whltbrejid Populalion (19311 40.S47.— /"upern for the dislrret- 

BEDFORD DAILY CIRCULAR. Tuesday, Thursday and 
Saturday ^Iornin;I, Jn'. 
iNiiEPKNDF.xT Unionist. — Established 1903, 
Proprietors— Beds. Standard Co, (1913), Ltd, 
London Office— \oi. Fleet Street. E.C, 4, 
Tele. City 7512. 

BEDFORD AND COUNTy RECORD, Tuesday. Irf, 
With wliich is incorporated The Bedjordshito Mercury. 
Independent,— Established December, 1872, 
Contains full and early reports of both town aud county 
intelligence, football, and sporting news. 
Proprietors— Beds. Times Publishing Co., Ltd. 
Loudon Office— n&. Fleet Street, E.C-t, Tele, Central 2626, 
(Advt„p, 556.^ 

BEDFORDSHIRE STANDARD. Friday, Irf. 
Unionist.— Established 1883. 
Circulates in Bedfordshire, Bucks, Cambs, Herts, Hunts, 
and Northants. 

The chief Conservative and Unionist paper in the district. 
It reports all local news fully. • 
Proprietors— 5frf«. Standard Co. (1913) (Ltd.). 

London Office-Xhi, Fleet Street, E.C. 4, 
Tele, City VSia, (Advt,, p, ft56,) 

BEDFORDSHIRE TIMES & INDEPENDENT, Fri,, 2«', 
Independent. — Established October 18, 1S45, 
The town and county i)aper: covers also large districts in 
Bucks, Hunts, Herts, Northants, and Cambti, 

Gives the most complete and impartial rejjorts of all town 
and county matters, and contains most local news. 

The Timet is read by all classes, and by all parties, because 
of the completeness and impartiality of its news. 
Proprietors — Beds. Times Publishing Co, Ltd, 

London Ofiiee—Ui, Fleet Street, E,C, 4, Tele, Central 2626, 
(Advt,, p, 556,) 



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MPTHILL AND DISTRICT NEWS. (See Ampthill.) 



WOBURN AND LEIGHTON REPORTER. Saturday, U. 
Independent, (See Wobum). 

BEDWORTH.— ( Warviichshire.) 

The centre of a large mining popalation (including Foleahill) numbering 
^.fVXt.—Pnpert f'T the dittrict. 

BEDVVORTH k FOLBSHILL NEWS & COVENTRY 
CHRONICLE, Saturday, Irf, 

Independent, 

The only paper published exclusively for the district. It is 
nad by all classes, and maintains an independent attitude on 
all topics. 

Proprietor— Harry Fieldhouse, 

Bead 0^«— Tribune Buildings, Nuneaton, 

London Office— \i». Fleet Street, E,C, 4, Tele. City 4911. 
(Advt., p. 567.) 



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BDWORTH OBSERVER, 
See Nuneaton Obi^rver. 



Saturday, Irf. 



B B B AT07V.— ( JVotU.) 

Ila« a population of tXKU l'2.V». lAee. telephone iniitrurnenta. and Iron 
foundries are In tha town.— fnper fitr th« diMtrlet^ 

BEESTON AND WEST NOTTS GAZETTE AND ECHO. 
Fridav for Saturday, IJrf. 
IndeprNdKNT.— Established 1903, 

Circulates in Boestoii, Chihvell, Attenborough , Stapleford, 
Bramcote, Toton and West Notts, 

Proprietor.**— Kirk Publishing Co,, Ltd., 6, St. Peter's 
Church Walk, Nottingham. 

B K E.1P B R.— ( Z)er6?Mm. ) 



A manufacturing town. Population fIDSlI I8,I2S. 
Iron works. Ac. — Paper /or the dintriet — 



Noted for hoalery, cotton. 



BELPER NEWS. Friday, Irf. 
Neutral. Established : Xrva 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. 

/>«<«:»*<?»•.<— Wilfred Edmunds ( Ltd.). 

London Office— 231, Strand, W.C. 2. Tele. Central 2994. 
(Advt., p. 560.) 

BBRlCEEiRY.— (CToft««CCT-jiAM-e.) 

a email town on the River Avon, and celebrated for its cheese. Population 

(lOlllB.lS.'il.-Pdjier /or the dittrir.l— 

BERKELEY AND SHARPNESS GAZETTE. 
Saturday. 2rf. 
A localised edition of the Damley Gazette. 

BKBKHAMSTEB.— (77«rt/br*AiV«.) 

A cnnsidemblft town., with a iri'od-cl;im residential iK)piilation at tHe Inst 
census of (19311 7.2:t5. U is an educational cenfre. and its indastrie* include 
l.ii-ge chemical works.— Poper /or th-i dintTiet-~ 

BERKHAMSTED GAZETTE AND TRING AND DIS- 
TRICT NEWS, Fridav for Saturday, 2rf. 
Independent, Established 1904. 
Circulates in Berkhamsted, Tring and the district. 
The Gazette is independent of party politics, and is entirely 
devoted to the interests of the town and district, reporting all 
local events fully. 
Proprietors— E, Needham & Co, 

BBR^WJEClt-UrOW-TlVEEB.— (iVorCAtmier- 
land.) 

Is a municipal boroURh and important garrison town and holiday reeort, A 
considerable coasting and foreign trade is carried on from the port. 
Manufactures and mining are carried on to some extent. Also iron- 
foundries, fisheries, Ac. Population (19211 13,994.— Pffper* for the dietriet— 

BERWICK ADVERTISER. Friday, Hrf. 
Liberal.— Established January 2. 1808, 
Circulates through Berwick, Alnwick, Belford, Wooler, Cold- 
stream, Duns, Haddington, Dunbar, Northumberland, Rox- 
burgh, Berwickshire, and East Lothian, 
Propbietor— Henry Richardson Small, 

BERWICK JOURNAL AND NORTH NORTHUMBER- 
LAND NEWS. Wednesday and Thursday, 2rf, 
Neutral,— Established 1855, 

Circulates in Berwick-upon-Tweed, Tweedside, Glendale, 
North Northumberland, the Borderland, 
Full details of local intelligence, and advertisements, 
I'lfhlis/iers — Northumberland and Berwickshire Newspapers, 
Ltd. (Advt., p. 556.) 

BERWICK MERCURY, Saturday. Gratis, 
Independent.— Established 189.S, 
Circulated free in Berwick on-Tweed and the surrounding 
villages. Contains a brief summary of local news with 
advertisements, 
I'ublisher — George Martin. 

BETTfT Yll- Y- CO Kn.~{Cwmarvomhire.) 

A villaite on the river Llygwy, four miles soutli of Lianwrst- Famous for ita 
scenery and plcturi-s<iue waterfalls. A faTourite resort of tourists. Popula- 
tion llMli l,an.— Paper for the diatriet— 

BETTWYS-Y-COED AND NORTH WALES WEEKLY 
NEWS, 2rf, See Korth Wales Weekhi News. Conway, 

BE VERI.E Y.— ( ror/fcaAtV«,) 

Is a municipal borouffh and martcet-town, and the "county town" of the Bast 
Riding. It hai' a consldsrable tnule in iron, oal. anri leather, in ship- 
huitdinR and the manufacture of afjricniturai impletnenta -f ieilitnted 
by canal and railway oommunication with Hull. Population 11921) 
VSM^l. -Paver for the dietriet— 

BEVERLEY GUARDIAN AND EAST RIDING TELE- 
GRAPH, .Saturday (8 editions), l^rf. 

Conservative.— Established January 5, 1856. 

Separate editions for Beverley, Hornsea (with visitors' list) 
and Withernsea, ciroulates in the agricultural districts of the 
East Riding, 

Gives all the local and Url»n Council news, also the 
important general news of the week. It is an excellent paper 
for the district. 

Propeiktobs— Green & Son. (Advt., p. 556.) 



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K KX H I li I>-0 M-19 E A.— (5'm$ex.) 

One ot the roost rapidly rielnii health re«orts on the eonth coast "has a 
.pleSdidl.roiaenade three mile, in ext.'nt. and ha. a P'':'"'^^,""?, "'"iJ "^ 
Sdwaj- between Hastings and Eastbourne. Population am) 20,3I«.- 
Papers for the district— 

BEXHILL CHRONICLE, AND VISITORS' LIST. 
Saturday, Irf. 
CoNSEKVATivB.— Established 1887. 
Circulates in Bexhill and surrounding towns and villages. 
The news of the district is fully reported and freshly treated 
and illustrations are freely used. 
Peoprietors— Bexhill Printing Co. (Lim.). 
London 0#c«-Craven House, Kingsway, W.C. 2. Tele. Hop 
4620. 

BEXHILL-ON-SEA OBSERVER. Saturday, IW. 
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. 
Proprietors — F. J. Parsons (Lira.). 

London Office— i\5-i\i. Bank Chambers, 329, High Holborn, 
W.C. Tele. Holborn 360. 

BEXIiCiT' HEATH.— (Ze»i<.) 

A large town with a population of C1921) 21.463.— Poper far the district— 

BEXLEY HEATH OBSERVER & DISTRICT TIMES. 
Fridav, 2d. 

Independent.— Established March, 1867. 

Circulates in Bexley Heath, Bexley, Crayford, East Wick- 
ham, Welling, &c. 

Gives very full reports of all the local happenings with a 
selection of general news. 

Fublishers— Kentish District Times Co. (Lim.). (Adv., p. 513.) 

Offices : 73-75, Broadway. 

London Office— 55, Chancery Lane, W.C. Tele. Museum 7239. 

WfECJEH'TEn.— (Oxfordshire.) 

An Important agricultural, commercial, and sporting market town. It has 
stations on the Great Western (Paddington to Ilirmiugham new route) 
and Bletchley and Oxford Junction Railways. Population (1921) 2.918.— 
I'aiier for the district— 

BICESTER ADVERTISER. Fridav, 2d. 
Established 1879. Incorporates the Bicester Herald and 
♦he Brackley Obserrer. 

Circulates throughout the counties of Oxfordshire, Northamp- 
tonshire, and Buckinghamshire. 
The general news of the week is well arranged. 

Pbopribtor — W. E. Pankhurst. 
ni'OnjJ'K.VH.— (Staffordshire.) 

On the fringe of the Staffordshire coal and iron district, cIohc to the Ch«sbire 
bimiidary. with agricultural dlBtricta to the uortb. Population S.667.— Paper 
/or the district— 



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IDDULPH CHRONICLE. Saturday, Irf. 
A localised edition of the Congleton Chronicle. 



A prettily-Bituated soaport town in the northrm division of the county. It is 
within two miles of the far-famed Northam Burrows and Royal North 
Devon Oolf Links, and that fashionable wateringplaco, Westward Ho! 
poesesPes a good market, and h«8 rullway and steam communication, 
There is a floarishing collar and culf making industry; and it if hq increai> 
ingly popular residential neighbourhood. Populatton (Idiil) 9,90O.— 
Paper for the diatrict— 

BIDEFORD AND NORTH DEVON GAZETTE (with 
which is incorporated the Western Express and lorrington 
Chronicle.) Tuesday, 'id. 
INDEPKNDRNT.— Established 1853. 

Circulates in Bideford, and in North Devon and North East 
Cornwall. 
PnoPRlETOBS — Coles & Lee. (Advt., p. 656.) 

BieCIiiES^frADE — (Bedfordthire. ) 

A growing town on the river Ivel (a tributary of the Ouse); The com 
market, once con«itlerable, has sunered by coraepetition with Cambridge. 
Hitchin, Bedford, and 8i. Neots ; the town, however, thanks to the motor 
and CTcle iudustries. which rmplby hundnde of hande^. Is increasing 
in populaiinn and prosperity. It is the centre of the most extensive 
and important market-gardening district In England, and the manufac- 
ture of pickles is largely carried on. Population (1921) 5,896.— Paper* /or 
the dittnet— 

BEDFORDSHIRE EXPRESS. Friday, 2d. 
Ikdependent. — Established 1859. 

The Express circulates largely in Bedfordshire and the neigh- 
bouring counties. Is the chief agricultural organ, and ig read 
by all clasees. 

Pbopribtoes— Carling & Hales, Ltd. 



BIGGLESWADE CHRONICLE. Friday, l^rf. 
Independent. — Established 1891. 
Circulates in Beds, Cambs and Herts, and especially n 
Biggleswade, Sandy, Potton, &c. 
Peopkietok — Charles Elphick. (Advt., p. 656.) 

-vrORTH BEDFORDSHIRE COURIER. Friday, 2d. 

IN Unionist. 
Circulates throughout North Beds and the adjoining counties. 

Gives full reports of local and district news and is read by all 

classes. 
Pbophietoes— Spong & Son, High Street. (Advt., p. 668 ^ 
London Office— U9, Fleet Street, E.C. i. Tele. Holborn, 5228. 

ttfK.SVO'S.— (Staffordshire.) 

A bupy manufacturing town of close upon 30,000 inhabitants. Here are situated 
the great iron and steel works of Alfred Hickman &. Sons, Ltd., Sankey 
4 Son. and many other well-known firms employing large numbers o 
skilled workers.— i'aper /or the district— 

SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE TIMES. Established 1919. 
Circulates throughout the town and district and is the 
only local weekly paper. Gives full reports of all events in the 
locality. 
PROPKIETORS— Midland United Newspapers, Ltd. 
Londm OJice— 55, Chancery Lane, W.C. 2. 

BIItK£lVHKAl>.^C^esA^Ve.) 

This county borough is one of the largest, British ports, with extensive docks 
and warehouses. It is the northern terminus of the G.W.R. and hns a huge 
tranpport trade with all parts of the Kingdom as well as E-tst India, tluua 
and Souih African trade. One of the greatest ship buildinif yards in the 
world is situated within the borough. Population Ci921) 145,092.— Paper* /or 
thedistiict— 

BIRKENHEAD AND CHESHIRE ADVERTISER, AND 
WALLASEY GUARDIAN. Wednesday, Id.; and 
Saturday, 2d. Established 1863. 

Circulates in Birkenhead, Liverpool, and the Hundred of 
Wirral, West Cheshire, and North Wales. 
Tublishers—B. Haram & Co. (Advt., p. 556.) 

BIRKENHEAD NEWS. Wednesday, Id. ; Saturday, 2d. 
Liberal. — Established 1877. 
Circulates in Birkenhead and the district of West Cheshire. 
The A^eu-s makes a special feature of local and district intel- 
ligence, and also contains a selection of general news. 
/"Mi/is/ios— Willnier Brothers Ic Co., Ltd. (Advt., p. 656.) 
London Office— 159, Fleet Street. Tele. Holborn 982. 

BIRMIIVOII Am.— ( Warwickshire.) 

The SletropoHs of the MidlamU. is the third largest oity in the rnited Kingilora. 
Fr..m early times tlie home of the m.'tal industry, Bimiiogham s tactotios 
hare grown coiisiilerably since the outbreak of the war. It would 1m impos- 
sible to give anything like a detailed list of the manufactures of th» 
town and oistrict. It is th.- ■■ worklhop or the worii. It returns seven 
Members of Parliament. In 1811 there were hot 8,1.000 Inhibitanis, but 
tlie population of Birmingham and Uroater Birmmgham is now 019.438.— 
Papers for the district— 

BIRMINGHAM CATHOLIC NEWS. Friday, 3d. 
Catholic— Established 1896. 
Circulates in Birmingham and throughout the Midlands. 
Gives all the Catholic news of the Midlands, with general and 
local intelligence. 
Tiiblishers—iilevr Catholic Press, Ltd. 

London Office— 12, Bouverie Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 4289. 
(Advt., p. 496.) 

BIRMINGHAM GAZETTE. Daily, morning. Id. 
Liberal.— Established as Aris's Gazette 1741. 

Circulates in the Midland counties, covering an area with 
a population of four million people— Birmingham, and the 
counties of Shropshire. Staffordshire, Leicestershire, War- 
wickshire, Worcestershire, Herefordshire, 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. 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 matters. 
Its bureau of information, in which answers are given to a 
wide range of questions, is a valuable feature and appreciated 
by thousands of readers, who turn to it for assistance. 

PbOPRIETOBS — The Birmingham Gazette (Ltd.). 

London Office— The Newspaper House, 169-170, Fleet Street, 
E.C. 4. Tele. City 2463. (Advt., p. 601.) 



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BIRMINGHAM MAIL. Kvening, Irf. 
Unionist.— Kstablisliod 1870. 
CiicuIntBR in BirminKhaiii and Midlniid Counties. 
Tlie Mfti/, wliicli is (Virefnlly edited, lia-s fully met tlie retiuire- 
imints of a populiir evening newitpaper. It i;iveg fully the 
foreign, commercial, local, 8i)orting, and general news, 
PROPtilBTOR— Sir Charles Hyde. 

t.o,„/m, ()/He<^~SS, Bleet Street, E.G.'). Tele. Holborn 260. 
(.\dvt., p. 602.) 

BIHMINGHAM NEWS. Saturday, 2d. 
INDKPENDENT.— Established 1880. 

Inoorporiites the Harborne and H'eat Birmingham Xmes, 

Circulates ia Birmingham and the prinoipal residential 
suburbs. 

Is a family and general newspaper for the residential and 
suburban (iistriots of Birmingham, and is full of the latest 
district and general intelligence. 

Proprietors — Birminghamlfemt Co. (Ltd.). 

London OJtieeS, Bouverie Street, Fleet Street, B.C. i. Tele. 
Holborn 110. 

BIRMINGHAM POST. Daily, \d. 
Unionist.— Established 1857. 

Circulates in Birmingham, and throughout the whole of 
Warwickshire, Worcestershire, Staffordshire, Shropshire, Glou- 
cestershire, Herefordshire, and South Wales. 

Advocates the interests and aims at reflecting the opinions 
of the inhabitants of the above important districts. Gives the 
commercial, trading, and other intelligence of those counties; 
the latest news of the day; original reports of all racing 
meetings; and an admirablv written City article. It is in every 
respect an excellent newspaper. 

Proprietor— Sir Charles Hyde. 

London Offioe—SS, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 260. 
(Advt., p. 502.) 

BIRMINGHAM WEEKLY POST. Friday, Id. 
Unionist. 

Circulates in the Midland Counties, and is read by Birming- 
ham people alliover the world. Besides the local and general 
news of tne week, it contains serial stories by famous authors, 
(pecial weekly articles on various subjects by experts, and the 
whole of its pages are illustrated. 

Proprietor — Sir Charles Hyde. 

London Office— SS, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 260. 
(Advt., p. 502.) 

EVENING DESPATCH, U. 
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 
Bvff. 

Proprietors— The Birmingham Gazette, Ltd. 

London OMee — The Newspaper House,'169-170, eet Street, 
E.C.4. Tele. City 2463. (Advt., p. 501.)' 

MIDLAND COUNTIES HERALD. Thursday, li. 
Established July, 1836. 

Circulates in Birmingham, the counties of Warwick, Wor- 
cester, Stafford, Gloucester, Hereford, Derby, and generally 
throughout the United Kingdom. 

The MUllanii Counties Herald deals with all questions 
affecting the agriculture, trade, and commerce of the country. 
Us columns contain much general information, and articles 
of public interest. 

O^ee— 145, Cambridge Street. (Advt., p. 568.) 

London Office— 16, Finsbury Pavement, E.C. 2. 



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PORTS AEGUS. Saturday, U. 



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A Saturday night and week-end paper circulating in Birm- 
ingham and throughout the Midland Counties generally, having 
the largest sale and being recognised as the principal paper 
of its class published in this wide area. 

Pbophietors— The Birmingham Gazette, Ltd. 

London Office — The Newspaper House, 169-170, Fleet Street, 
a.C. 4. Tele. City 2463. (Advt., p. 501.) 

SUNDAY MERCURY AND NEWS. Sunday, 2d. 
Liberal. 
Circulates throughout the Midland Counties. 
A fully illustrated Sunday newspaper of special interest in 
the home. 
Proprietors — Birmingham Oazette, Ltd. 
London Office — The Newspaper House, 169-170, Fleet Street, 
B.C. 4. Tele. City 2463. (Advt., p. 497.) 



SUTTON COLDFIELD NEWS. .Saturday, 2<i. 
Independent.— Established 1899. 
Incorporates the Krdinglon Weekly Nem$. 
Circulates in Maney, Four Oaks, Boldmerc, Walmley, Little 
Sutton, Penns, Oscott, Wylde Green, Hill. Gives full local 
reports. 
Proprietors — Birmingham Nmvt Co. (Ltd.). 
London Q/^c«— 6, BouTerie Street, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. 
Holborn 110. 

TOWN CRIER. Friday, 2d. 
Established 18SI. Principles: Labour. 
A Labour Weekly Newspaper circulating chiefly In Birming- 
ham and District. 
Proprietors— Blackfriars Press, Ltd. 

WHAT'S DOING AND THE BIRMINGHAM ECHO. 
(Illustrated.) Saturday, Irf. 
Neutral.— Established 1882. 

Circulates in Birmingham and district, and appeals largely to 
theatre goers. Contains licensed trade and sporting gossip, 
illustrations and criticisms of local affairs. 
Proprietors— Parkes & Groves, 35-6, Coleshill Street, 

BIHSTA.1,1,.— (yorfoAire.) 

A raanufacturiag town with a population of (1921) 7,086.— PrtjMri /or the dittriel— 

BIRSTALL NEWS, AND GOMERSAL, BIRKENSHAW 
AND DRIGHLINGTON ADVERTISER. Friday, 2d. 
Unionist.- Established 1880. 

Circulates in the district between Batley and Bradford. 
Proprietors— A'lWi;* Printing Co. (Ltd.), Batley. 
London 0//ice— Thanet House, 231-2, Strand, W.C.2. Tele. 
Central 2994. 

BIRSTALL HERALD AND GOMERSAL COURIER. 
Friday, 2d. 
Liberal. Established 1891. 
A reprint of the HeoUmondwike Herald. (Advt., j. 664.) 

BTSHOP-AVCKIiAlVD {Durham.) 

The district is eitenaively engagred in coal mining, coke burning, the manu- 
facturingof iron, and agricultural operations. The recentUeepeniaKof 
the coal-pits to the lower and more valuable seams of coals, and the 
BuccesBfulworlting of the iron-stone quarries in Cleveland, have made 
thisdistrict one of the busiest in the country for the production of coal 
manufacture of iron, and coke burning. Population (1921) H 294 —paper 
for the district— 

AUCKLAND AND COUNTY CHRONICLE. 
Thursday, 2d. Established 1851. 
This old-established paperhas incorporated many other news- 
papers. It is a family and commercial newspaper, and is seen 
in almost every home in the thickly populated county of 
Durham. Gives full and complete reports of the proceedings 
of local public bodies, and is a persistent advocate of 
economical administration, local self-government, and the 
education of the masses. It gives from 8 to 10 pages of 
good family reading. 

Proprietors- North of England Newspaper Co., Ltd. 
London Office — The Newspaper House, 169-170, Fleet Street. 
E.C. 4. Tele. City 2464. (Advt., p. 626.) 

BISHOP'S CAWKT.^.— {Shropshire.) 

An njrricultiiral centre, bein? a l)orou«li on tlie border of Montiroraeryshiro 
witb good markets. Population (laiD 1.3W.— Paper /ur (»« ijirtricl— 

BISHOP'S CASTLE ADVERTISER AND CLUN NEWS. 
Neutral.— Established October, 1900. Friday, Irf. 
Circulates in the borough itself and also extensively in the 
adjoining town of Clun, with surrounding villages. 
Proprietor— W. F. Marks. 

BISnOP'S 8T01»TPOI»D.-(//er</onfe/lire.) 

A largo town on the borders of Essex, a flrst-class station on the main 
line oi the Great Eastern Kailway. midway between London and Oani- 
bridge, and is the junction for branch line to Dunmow. Braintree Ac. 
It has an extensive corn and cattle market. It is one of the larirest 
malt-making towns in the world. Population (1921) 8,fl87.-i»aper for th« 
diatrint — 

HERTS AND ESSEX OBSERVER. 
Friday afternoon for Saturday, 2d, 

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 tlie two counties, and in Cambridgeshire and 
Middlesex. 

It does not make politics a prominent feature, but devotee its 
attention chiefly to its news reports. 

Proprietors— Mardon Bros. 

London Olfice—^b, Fleet Street, E.C,4. 



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MTiACKttVSnV.—iLanciuhire:) 

ThecentreofadenBely-poiiulated cotton manufacturing district embracing 
250 000 inhabitants, with a large iron and coal trade. Tbere are also 
some large paper mill-. Is a parliamentary borough and market town. 
Bends two members. Population (ini) 128,630-Paper« for the dutrict- 

BLACKBDRN AND ACCRINGTON CATHOLIC NEWS. 
Catholic. Established 1893. Friday, Sii. 
Circulates in Blackburn and surrounding districts. 
All the news of the Catholic Church in the district appears 
in its pages, with general and local intelligence. 
FuHisheri—Sevr Catholic Press, Ltd. 

London Office— \2, Bouverie Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Central 4289- 
(AdYt., p. 496.) 

BLACKBURN TIMES. Saturday, 2d. 
LiBEBAl,. — Established 185.5. 

CSroulates in Blackburn, Darwen, Chorley, Acorington, 
Whalley, Clitheroe, Great Harwood, Rlshton, 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. 

Phopbiktobs — Geo. Toulmin & Sons, Ltd. 

London O/^Tce— 173-5, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Central 4481. 
(Advt., p. 557.) 

BLACKBORN WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. Saturday, 2d. 
Established 1899. 
Circulates throughout Blackburn and North-East Lancashire 
generally. Has an influential following and is an excellent 
example of a high-class family weekly newspaper. The local 
news of this large textile centre is given at length. 
Publisher — North Western Newspaper Co., Ltd. 
London Office— ib. Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Holborn 5770. 
(Advt., p. 570.) 

-VfORTHERN DAILY TELEGRAPH. Evening, Id. 
JJN Liberal.— Established 1886. 

Circulates in Blackburn, and almost every town and village 
in Bast Lancashire and West Yorkshire. Itisthemost popular 
journal In the district. The area which the Northern Daily 
Telegraph covers is one of the wealthiest and most thickly 
populated in the kingdom. 

The Telegraph is thoroughly up-to-date in every department, 
and contains the latest commercial, local, general, and foreign 
news, markets, sporting, &o. It reaches all classes of readers. 

Publisher — North Western Newspaper Co., Ltd. 

London Office— S5, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. Tele. Holboni 5770. 
(Advt., p. 670.) 



BI^ACHrOOIi.— (£o«ca*4i>«.) 

The most progrossive health and pleasure resort in the British Isles 
Its extensive sea view, Une sands, and magnidcont promenade an<i 
carriage-drive three miles long.are unequalled in the kingdom, whilst its 
tempered westerly breezes the year round are peculiarly invigorating 
Resident population 99,640; visiting population, during the season' 
300,000.— Piipcrs for the district— 

BLACKPOOL GAZETTE AND HERALD. FYLDE 
NEWS AND ADVERTISER. Tuesday, lj(i., Thurs- 
day, \^d. and Saturday, 2d. 

Pboobbssive Conservative.— Established 1843. 

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. 

VVi.OV^lV.TOVS,— Blackpool Gazette and Herald (Ltd.). 
London Office— 13i, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Citv 7984 
(Advt., p. S02.) ' ■ 

BLACKPOOL TIMES AND, FYLDE OBSERVER 
Tuesday, lid., Friday, 2d. 

Independent.— Established June, 1877. 

Circulates in Blackpool, St. Annes-on-the-Sea, Lytham 
Fairhaven, Bispham, Norbrock, Thornton, Cleveleys, liossall 
Poulton, Kirkham, Garstang, and the agricultural district o^ 
the Fylde (the country included between Preston, Lancaster, 
and the sea-coast), and includes the county borough of Black- 
pool, six urban districts, besides numerous rural districts of the 
county. 

Publisher — Manager : Arthur W. Bowler. 

JfOndon Office— 86, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. Tele. Holborn ?791. 



WACH'ynron'n—iMonmoutJishire). 

A market and inipjrtant mining town. A rapidly rising centre for three 
impDrtaot -vaWeys,— Paper /or the digtricl— 

BLACKWOOD AND DISTRICT WEEKLY ARGUS. 
Established 1915. 
A localised issue of the South Wales Weekly Argus. 

ei.AEIirA1J VE»TS.'XtO€i-(Merionethihire.) 

FrinclpaUy devoted to the slate and Kranlte .Industry. Populatiou (1921) 8,14a. 
—Papers for the diatrict— 

GWYLIEDYDD NEWYDD(New Watchman). Wednesday, 
lid. Established 1877. 
Gives the local and general news in Welsh. 

Publisher— heviia Davis. 

YRHBDEGYDD. Saturday, Id. 
Independent. 
Chief! jr devoted to local news, and printed in Welsh. Very 
popular in the district. 

PEOPBIBTOE8— J. D. Davies and Co. 



H I. A E » .i_ VO Sr .— ( Monmouthshire.) 

There are extensive ironworks at Blaenavon and it has a population of (191) 
12.470. Paper /or the district— 

BLAENAVON AND ABERSYCHAN WEEKLY ARGUS. 
Friday Id. 

A localised edition of the South Wales Weekly Argus, 
Newport. 



UTL,JLlinVOn.n.— {Dorsetshire.) 

The central market-town of Dorset, containing (1921) 3,478 inhabitants,- 
Paver for the district— 

BLANDFORD AND EAST DORSET HERALD. 
Thursday, 2d. 

See Poole, Parkstone and East Dorset Herald. 



BliAYUOSr.— (iJurAam.) 

A thriving town on the Tyne, live miles west of Gateshead. Population 
(1916) 33,000.— Papsr /or the district— 

BLAYDON COURIER. Friday, 2d. 
Independent.— Established 1905. 
Contains all the news of the Blaydon (New) Parliamentary 
Division. 
Peopbietges- R. Jackson & Co, 



BIiYTH.— (A'or<Aumier/anrf.) 

A considerable seaport town, with a population of (1921) 31,833.— Paper tor 
the diatrict— 

BLYTH NEWS. Monday and Thursday, Id. 
Neuteal.- Established 1874. 
Circulates in Blyth and in the extensive mining and agri- 
cultural districts comprised in the Morpeth and Wansbeok 
parliamentary divisions. 

Publisher — Northern Press, Ltd. 

London Office— 165, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Central 671-5. 



uouiniw. 

The assize town. 



—(Coryiwall.) 

Population (1921) 5,527.— Paper /or the dtatriet- 

CORNISH GUARDIAN (incorporates the Cornish Leader.) 
Friday, 2id. 
Independent. — Established 1901. 
Circulates in Bodmin and the county. 

The Chuardian 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. 

Peopeietoe — A. Browning Lyne. 



BOGWOK.— (Sttisear.) 

A rifling seaside town, much resorted toby visitors duringtheseason. Popu. 
lation(l92l)l:;,:i00-Paper/ur«fte(Iietric(— 

BOGNOR OBSERVER, VISITORS' LIST, AND WEST 
SUSSEX RECORDER. Wednesday, Id, 
Independent.— Established 1872. 
Circulates in Bognor and county. 
The Observer gives full local and district newB. 
PBOPEIETORS— R. J. Actord, Ltd, 



THE ENGLISH PROVINCrAL NEWSPAPER PRESS. 



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ttOMjTO-X. —(Lanctuhire.) 

Uk pi»rlianiintiiry and munlripiil hornuffh in rAncAAhlro.and fH Indobtrd for 
1''^ iinpMtcirirp to ItH CMttoii iii'kiiiifartnrirx, iron work!), nnd t>ti>arliln(t 
(■:ii iNti-liiiH-nts; llie iuiprovtMl mcrhsnisni of ilio forni**r branch of iraHe 
liruiim- oriKinatod licre, by Hainuel Croniitton, Inventor of tiic spinninK 
niiilr.umuliinery toaffrpnt extent in manufactured. NunifniuKColliorlt'? 
arulu the nrlfflibfiiirhnod.and hftweoD this place and Wlgan an^ found 
larffff qnantlties »f cannel coal. Population of Borough (10211 179.f)78.— 
I'itpfra for Ike district— 

BOLTON CATHOLIC HERALD. Friday, 3rf. 
Catholic. Established 1893. 
Circulates in Dolton and gurroundinf; districts. 
All the news of the Catholic Church in the district appears in 
Us pacps, with K'^npral and local intelligence. 
J^Hhnsfii-rx—Scw Catholic Press, Ltd. 
ion<ionO;?i<«— 12, Bouveric Street, E.C.4. Tele. Central 4289. 
(Advt., p. 496.) 

BOLTON EVENING NEWS. Daily. \d. 
Established March, 1867. 

Ciroulatfls in Bolton and the outl^-ing townships ; also in 
Fam worth, Radoliffe, Hindley, Norwich, Westhoughton, Ather- 
ton. Tyldesley, Leigh, and adjacent localities. 

The Jfenm consists of eight pages, and has full telegraphic 
and telephonic services each day ; also gives reports of all 
important meetings and events in these to^vns and districts. 
I ! ri'at attention is paid to questions of local interest and warm 
support is given to all progressive movements. 

ruoPRlETORS — Tillotsons N'ewspajiers Ltd. 

London Office— Templn liar House. 21, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. 
Tele. Central 3556. (Advt., facing title.) 

BOLTON JOURNAL AND GUARDIAN. 
—Friday. 2d. 

Liberal.— Established November, 1871. 

Circulates in Bolton, in all the 26 townships of the Bolton 
Union, and adjacent districts. 

The Bolton Journal and Buardian 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, 
gives 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 ayid Guardian deservedly ranks 
among the first weekly newspapers. 

Proprietors — Tillotsons Newspapers Ltd. 

London Office — Temple Bar House, 23, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. 
Tele. Central 3556. (Advt.. facing title.) 

EVENING NEWS BUFF. Saturday, \d. Incorporates 
the Cricket and Football Field. Established 1884. 
Devoted exclusively to the interests of the National Games. 
An authority on all points of cricket and football. 
Proprietors — Tillotsons Newsi)apers Ltd. 
London Office— Temple Bar House, 23, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. 
Tele. Central 3556. (Advt., facing title.) 



BOOT I<B.— ( Lancashire.) 

A county borough, situate on tlu- estuary of the Mersey. Bootle Is the 
seat of the American timber and «lui)[>ing trades, and its commodious 
docks are used by the large lines of ocean-going steamships. Extensive 
factories exist iu the borough. Population (1921) 77.000.— Pajwrs for the 
disiricl— 

BOOTLE HERALD. Friday.ljd. 
Conservative. — Established 1895. 
Circulates in Bootle and district. 

The Herald ably supports the policy of the Conservative 
'iirty. The paper is full of local and district news, with a good 
• lection of general new.s. 
PHhli»her*~&. Johnson & Co. (Ltd.). 
London Office— \Zi, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. 

BOOTLE TIMES. Friday, 2rf. 
Independent.— Established 1876. 
irculates in Bootle, Litherland, Seaforth, S;o. 
.\ good local newspaper. 
Pvbliilifrs— Bootle Times (Ltd.) 
London Office— li^. Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 4934. 

[TTALTON TIMES AND NORTH LIVERPOOL TIMES. 
■W Friday. 2d. 

Circulates in Walton, Aintree, Fazakerley and Sefton. 

A reprint of the Bootle Times, 

.TTATERLOO TIMES. Friday, 2d. 

VV Established 1876. 

Circulates in Waterloo, Crosby, Blundellsands, &c. 

A reprint of the Bootle Times, 



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BO»TO W.— (■ /.inco/n/Aire.) 

Ta a prospering town, and the chief place of IheHolIallrtdliriilonnf I.lncolli" 
shire, aiKl ths principal luarki't for farmers and others in Houth Lincoln- 
uliiro. The outfall of the river has been greatly improved, and a 
large dock completed. In cormection therewith are Continental 
(Antwerp, Rotterdam, and Hamburg), London and Hull Stiaiusliip 
Lines. It carries on an extensive trade with South Americjt, Russia, 
the North of Kurope In deals, battens, Iron, linen, hemp, grain, and balks; 
and imports eosis from Scotland, Sunderland, and Neweast le. It export! 
» large iiunntlty of coals from the Midlands and South Yorkshire. There 
un severHl important manufactories of linseed cake, tobacco and cigars, 
mastard. catsup, and feather purifying works in the town and neigh- 
bourhood. Population of Pirllnmeutary Borough (IWl) le.lOO.-Pojisrl 
for the dietrict— 



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OSTON GUARDIAN, SKEGNESS ADVERTISER, AND 
LINCOLNSHIRE INDEPENDENT. 
Friday for Saturday. 2d. 
Liberal.— Established January, 1854. 
Circulates throughout the county of Lincoln. 
Advocates legislation conducive to the jpublio good. The 
loctl county and general news of the week is given fully. 
Proprietors — The Doncaster and Boston Press Ltd. 
London Office— lo\, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. 

LINCOLNSHIRE STANDARD, with which is incorporated 
the Boston independent and Lincolnshire Advertiser. 
Friday (for Sat.), 2d. 
Coalition.— Established 1878. 

Circulates in Boston, Spalding, Peterborough, Lincoln, Horn- 
castle, Skegness, Sleaford, Grantham, Louth, Grimsby, 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 8tatid>ard and the 
ITorncastle, Spilshy, Alford and Lines. Standard, Skeyucss and 
Liiicrfhishire Standard. 
Proprietors— iifficnZ>nA»r« Stundard (Ltd.). (Advt., p. 566.) 
Loudon Office— b",-b% Ludgate Hill, E.C.4. Tele. Central 6539. 

ItOIJ VtH ^.—{Lincolnshire.) 

A market town In an agricultural district. Population, 4,317 j rural district, 
13,r,rt9.— /'ap*r/or the distrxct— 

LINCOLNSHIRE FREE PRESS. Tuesday. 
Independent.— Established 1847. 
A localized edition of the Lincolnshire Fret Press published 
at Spalding {set under Spalding). (Advt., p. 566.) 

BOimiVKlIOUTII.— (Hampf/ttr«.) 

A watering-place of great celebrity, most pleasantly situated on the southern 
coast, which has risen into tremendous favour within the last few ysars. 
It has the peculiar advantage of adouble or continuous season. 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. Populstion 
(I!H1) 91.770.— Papers for the district— 

BOURNEMOUTH DAILY ECHO. Id. 
Independent. — Established 1900. 
Circulates largely in Bournemouth and the populous 
surrounding districts. Is well served with news by a private 
telegraph wire from London. 

Publislters—llampifhire Advertiser County Newspaper Co., 
Ltd. 

London Office— 69, Fleet Street, E.C, 4. Tele. Holborn 2169. 
(Advt., p. 567.) 

BOURNEMOUTH GRAPHIC. Friday, lid. 
Neutral.— Established 1902. 

Circulates in Bournemouth and district amongst residents 
and visitors. 

The illustrated journal tor the Southern Counties— Its 
special features are its cartoons, illustrations and local and 
district news. 

Pboprietohs. — Bournemouth Graphic Printing and Pub- 
lishing Co.. Ltd. 

London Officc—lO-n, Fetter Lane, E.C. Tele. Holborn 1472. 

BOURNEMOUTH GUARDIAN. Saturday, 2<i. 
Neutral.— Established August, 1883. 

Circulates in Bournemouth, Christchurch, Southampton, 
Poole, Parkstone, Wimborne, Ringwood, Wareham, kc. 

Devotes many columns to the local and district news of the 
week and is in every way an excellent family newspaper. 
Special eilitions are issued for Poole and Swanage and for the 
county generally. 

Publishers — Bournemouth Guardian, Ltd. 

London Office— 92, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. City 6670. 

BOURNEMOUTH TIMES ic DIRECTORY. Established 
as the Bournemouth Visitors Directory, 1858. Saturday 2d, 
Independent. 

Circulates extensively among the residents and visitors in 
Bournemouth, Poole, Christchurch, Wimborne, South Hanti 
and East Dorset. 
Publishers— Vf . Mate & Sons (1919) (Ltd.). 
London Office— \50, Fleet Street, E.C.4. Tele. Cenlral 4206. 
(Ailvt., (>. 507.) 



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SOniHEEN GUARDIAN, with which is incorporated the 
BlanAfori anA Stwrminnter News, and the Weekly ^ems 
for Hants atid Dorset. Saturday, id. 
Circulates through a wide district in Dorset and Hants. 
A reprint of the Bournemouth Guardian. 

BR ADX'O » O.— ( Yorkshire.) 

I. the Drincioal cfntrc of tha wool Induslrj, and famous llirouRhont the world 
(or the nS^nutaotur. of »oolltn, worsted, and .Ilk textile fabrics. Listers 
irUtsi^and plash mills are near the heart of the city, and the extensive 
wSis of Si"Titus Salt. Sons, t Co.. Ltd., are on the boundary. Bolh firms 
i^eknoin'.n every continent. Eiigineerini; is .Itensively carrie.i on, and 
thlre a™tlie BriSt Ironworks of the Bowling and Low Moor companies. 
Bradford noteifSo for its handsome stone building, was created a Borough 
in 1M7 and a City in 1897, and g ven a Lord Mayoralty in 1907. Has a poim- 
latton I" n^l) ■-■Ss.m and 1 rateable value of 41,666,108-i>aj>er. for 
ttie district— 



BRADFORD CATHOLIC HERALD. Saturday, 3d. 
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. 

Pbopbibtors— New Catholic Press, Ltd. 

London Ogiee— 12, Bouveria Street, E.C.4. Tele, Central 4289. 
(Advt., p.496.) 

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. 

Publisher— 3. Patterson. (Advts., pp. 503 and 505.) 

London 0;pc«— 151, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Central 6903. 

BRADFORD DAILY TELEGRAPH. \d. 
LiBEBAL.— Established 1868. 

Circulates extensively in the city of Bradford, Shipley, 
Bingley, Keighley, Skipton, the whole of the townships and 
villages in the Span, 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 
18 presented with such fullness 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. It has a private wire to London. 

Pboprietobs — The Bradford and District Newspaper Co. 
(Lim.). (Advt., p. 504.) 

London Ojpce— 172, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 1107. 

BRADFORD PIONEER. Friday, U. 
Labour.— Established 1913. 
Circulates in Bradford, Shipley, Bingley and Keighley. 
Deals with Parliamentary and Municipal Politics and general 
topics from the Labour point of view. 
Published at the Labour Institute, 17, Little Horton Lane. 

FOOTBALL ARGUS. Saturday, 4<J. 
Established 1909. 
Gives reports of all Saturdays matches, notes and comments 
on local gomes and players. 
Publishers— 'RraAlovA & County Constitutional Press Co. Ltd. 
London Office— 151, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 6903 

ITTOOL RECORD AND TEXTILE WORLD. 
VV Established 1909. Thursday, iOs. per annum, Foreign 
and Colonial, 45«. 
Exclusively devoted to wool and textile interests. 
Published at 10, Booth Street. (Advt., p. 538.) 

YORKSHIRE OBSERVER, established in 1834 as the 
Bradford Observer. Daily, 2d. 

Libebal. — Established February 6, 1834. 

The Yorkshire Observer, is a first class county paper, rank- 
ing amongst the few great Provincial dailies. Published 
simultaneouslv in Bradford and Leeds, it circulates all over 
Yorkshire and in the neighbouring counties, but particularly 
covers the great centres of population in the West Riding. It 
is recognised all the world over as the highest authority on 
matters connected with the Woollen and Worsted Industries. 



As such, it has for so long been essential to business men 
throughout a wide and very wealthy area, as to be read by all 
parties alike as a matter of course. The Observer is the 
only morning paper published in Bradford. 

Pboprietobs— The Bradford & District Newspaper Co. Ltd. 

London Office— m. Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 1107. 
(Advt., p. 538.) 

YORKSHIRE OBSERVER BUDGET AND BRADFORD 
WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. Friday, 2d. 

Liberal.- Established August 7, 1869. 

Incorporates the Bradford Weekh/ Telegraph. 

Circulates largely not onlv in Bradford and Leeds and the dense 
population of the "West Riding, but throughout Yorkshire and 
the adjoining counties. , ,. , . ^, , , ... 

Contains a carefully-prepared digest of the week's news, both 
local and general ; original articles, serial Action, illustrations, 
and abundant literary selections ; and is expressly designed for 
family reading. 

Pboprietobs— The Bradford & District Newspaper Co. Ltd. 

London Office— 172, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 1107. 

YORKSHIRE SPORTS. Saturday evening journal. 2d, 
Established 1900. 

A paper devoted entirely to Sports and Pastimes. It contains 
full reports of same day's football and cricket matches. Gossip 
and notes of experts. Reports of all same day's sporting events, 
in fact a complete athletic journal for Bradford and the West 
Riding of Yorkshire. 

Pboprietobs— The Bradford and District Newspaper Co. 
(Lim.). 

London Ojjiee— 172, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 1107. 



B « AISTIIEE.— ( J?sse«. ) 

II a market-town. The district is principally agricultural ; but manufactures 
of iilk, crape, and straw-plait are earned on. Population (1921) 6,980.— 
Paper for the digtrict— 

BRAINTREE GAZETTE. 'Thursday evening, 2d. 
Independent. 
(See Halstead and Colne Valley Gazette, Haletead.) 

B WECOIf .— ( Brecknockshire.) 

The County Town. It is deligntfuUy situated at the confluence of the 
Hor.ddu with the Usk. The population of the county is chiefly engased 
in aKriculture. but in the southern portion there is a large number of 
people employed In coal mining and industries dependent on the coal pelds. 
Brecon Is one of the most improving towns in South Wales. Population 
(19 ) 5.619.— Papers /or the district— 

BRECON COUNTY TIMES. Wednesday for Thursday, 2d. 
Conservative and Unionist. Established 1866. 
Circulates throughout the county of Brecon, and the border 
counties of Hereford, Radnor, Carmarthen, Pembroke, Glam- 
organ and Monmouth. It is the recognised county organ for 
all business purposes, and the oldest newspaper but one printed 
in the Principality. 
Local and county news given in full. 
Proprietors— .ffracon County Times (Ltd.). (Advt., p. 567.) 

BRECON AND RADNOR EXPRESS, CARMARTHEN 
AND SWANSEA VALLEY GAZETTE, AND BRYN- 
MAWR DISTRICT ADVERTISER. 

Wednesday for Thursday, 2d. 
Liberal.— Established July, 1889. 

Circulates in Breconshire, Radnorshire, Carmarthenshire, 
parts of Montgomeryshire, Herefordshire, Monmouthshire 
and the mining districts of Glamorganshire. 

The Express is most carefully conducted, every detail being 
under personal supervision. It has many excellent features. 
Pboprietobs— Sayce Brothers. 

RADNOR EXPRESS. Wednesday for Thursday, 2rf. 
Liberal. 
Circulates in Radnorshire, Montgomeryshire, Breconshire, 
Carmarthenshire, and throughout South and Central Wales. 
Also published at Llandrindod Wells. 
Proprittors— Say oe Brothers. 

BR£HXFOBD.— (MuU/e«ez.) 

A county town, with a population of (1921) 17,039.— Pa»«r ror tht 

district— 

COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX INDEPENDENT. 
Wednesday and Saturday, Id. 
Independent. — Established 1882. 

Circulates in Brentford, Twickenham, Hounslow, Isleworth, 
Chiswick, Acton, Gunnersbury, and district. 
Propbietobs— Brentford Printing and Publishing Co. (Ltd.) 
Tele. Ealing 1032. 



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nWlK'WOOn.—iStaffordshirt.) 

An micieDt uarkpt-town lii the rich urrioiilturnl district of W«st Stafford, on 
tbo borders of 8k|4>p, with icvfral scnts of the nnhitity And f^cntrjr in its 
InunediMe vicinity : nlMo n richly endowed (trnmniHr Hrliuui, to wliirh 
hu been added sn AgriculinrKi iS'llcue in connection witii the County 
Oounell. Population onh«.listrict(i»ii)ii,ia.—/'iip<rrori)ic<iHlric«— 

BUEWOOD COURIER AND WKST STAFFORDSHIRE 
COUNCILLOR. S.itur(lny, 2il. 
Independent.— Kstablisheil 1895. 
A locnl edition of tho Catinook Cha»e Courier. (Advt., p. 589.) 

BRIDGBMD.— (G'/amar^aWitre.) 

A marliet-towQ on the Ogmorc, U has extensive tanneries and foundries. 
There are large iron-worlis and collieries in the immediate vicinity. 
It is also in the fertile Vale of (ilamorgan, where agriculture has 
arrived at such a high state of perfection. Population (llMl) 9,ao6.— 
Popsrs toT the dUtrict— 

ABERAVON, PORT TALBOT AND DISTRICT EDITION 
OF THE GLAMORGAN GAZETTE. Friilay, \kd. 
Pvblinhcrs — The Ceutial Glamorgan Printing and Publishing 
Co. (Lim.). 

GLAMORGAN GAZETTE. Friday, li^. 
Independent.— Established 1866. 
The one popular paper for Bridgend, Port Talbot, Aberavon, 
Maesteg, Ogmore and Garw Valleys. Cowbridge, and the other 
great mineral and agricultural districts of Bridgend and 
Central Glamorgan. 

The (faxette 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 
•re made important features. 

Publithers — The Central Glamorgan Printing and Publishing 
Co. (Lim.). 

HWlKO€iTXOWt.TH..— (^Shropshire.) 

A municipal borough, with carpet, spinning anil sillc-printlng manufac- 
tories, ll iB a!0oapoiling'|>lacefor thesouttiern division of the county. 
Papulation (llrjli 5,11.1.— Poper rorthedMrict— 

BRIDGNORTH .JOURNAL. Saturday, Id. 
Neutb.\l.— Established 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. 
Pbopribtor— Rowland Edkins. CAdvt., p. 557.') 

B ni:]> Q ^r AT B n .—(Somersetshire.) 

A municipal borough, port, and the centre of the Bridgwater parli mcntarj 
division, situated on the river Parrot. Bridgwater is noted for the manu- 
facture of hricfts, and It carries on a considerable sliipping trade with 
Bristol, and ports in Wales, and other parts of the Icinffdom. It is also 
the central mart for an important agricultural district. Population of the 
borough (1921) IT.ICV— Papers /or the district^ 

BRIDGWATER INDEPENDENT AND COUNTY PRESS 
Saturday, lid. 
LiBEBAL.— 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. 572.) 

BRIDGWATER MERCURY. Wednesday, 2d. 
Independent.— Established 1855. 
The SrUlgwater Mercury is the oldest, largest, and 
acknowledged leading local journal. The area of its circula- 
tion embraces four parliamentary divisions, and includes the 
towns of Weston-super-Mare, Bridgwater, Wells, Glastonbury, 
Street, Burnham, Highbridge, and Williton. 

Proprietors — Woodley, Williams & Dunsford, Ltd. 

London OMee— 159, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Holborn 982. 
I (Advt., p. 5(2.) 






BRII>I.Il«C}TOIV.-( Yorkshire.) 

Sometlmescalled Burlington. The parish includes Bridlington and Bridling- 
ton (juay. The latter has a line bay, and many good hotels and lodging 
honses.and is much frequented in summer for sea-bathing. There are 
extenslvesea- wails and promenades, with carriage drive extending a mile 
along the cliffs. This important watering-place now ranks second <inly to 
Scarborougli. The sands and drives are probably the best in Yorkshire, 
and the two atone piers are tho largest and best in Bngland. Population 
ilKl) •.iij^is— Papers for the district— 



CHRONICLE. 
Neutral.— Established 1897. 



Friday, Id. 



BRIDLINGTON 
Neutral.— 1 
I' Circulates in Bridlington Quay and district. 

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The local and district news is given at length, with lists of 
■itors, general intelligence, &c. 
Pbopribtor— W. Forster. 



BRIDLINGTON FREE PRESS. 
Wednesday, \d. .Saturday, 2d. 

PR00BK8.SIVK.— Established January, 1869. 

Contains full reportsof all mattersof local interest, together 
with district and general news ; and a large variety of useful 
information and instructive reading — making it one of the 
best family papers in tho district. 

Puopbietobs — Scarburuugh Merouri/ Newspaper Co. (Ltd.). 

London OMce— 62, Ludgate Hill, E.G. 4. Tele. City 3578. 
(Advt., p. .V.'8.) 

nntnVOttT.— (Dorsetshire.) 

Is amunlclpal borough, on the river Brit or Bride. It has a good harbour, and 
a brisk coasting trade, with extensive manufactures of sail-cloth, shoe 
thread, lines, and nets. Population (IWl) b fill) —Paper for the dUtrict— 

BRIDPORT NEWS. Sc DORSETSHIRE, DEVONSHIRE 
AND SOMERSETSHIRE ADVERTISER. Friday, Zd. 
Independent.- Established 1855. 

It has a yery large circulation in populous districts extending 
Into the counties of Somerset and Devon. 

Proprietor.— W. Frost. (Advt., p. 557.) 
BHIEBMIJIiU.— (Zanca»Atr».) 

A cotton manufacturing town with a population of (1920) 8,950— Poper for the 
dtttrict— 

"DRIERFIELD LEADER. See Nelson Leader. 



BRIERI^BT niTtj-Mj,—(Staff-ordshire.) 

Is 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, (fiass, brick, and 
iron works. Population (1931) l-i.'iGi.—Paperafor the dietrict- 

COUNTY ADVERTISER. Saturday, liii. 
INDEPENDE^fT— Established 1853. 

Circulates in Brierley Hill, Stourbridge, Wordsley, Kinver, 
Kingswinford, Enville, Dudley, Kidderminster, Bridgnorth, 
Cleobury, Cradley, Cradley Heath. Blackheath, Rowley Regis, 
Halesowen, Old Hill, Netherton, Bewdley, Stourport, Hagley, 
Belbroughton, Clent, Oldbury, and generally in South Stafford- 
shire and East and West Worcestershire. 

Proprietors— Ford & Addison (Ltd.). 

London Office— 55, Chancery Lane, W.C. 2. 







OUNTY EXPRESS. 
See under Stourbridge. 



COUNTY HERALD FOR STAFFORDSHIRE AND 
WORCESTERSHIRE. Saturday, IK Established 1897, 
Circulates in Brierley Hill, Cradley Heath, Stourbridge, 
Quarry Bank, Rowley, Halesowen, Wall Heath, Old Hill, Black- 
heath, Colley Gate, Pensnett, Kingswinford, &c. 
Proprietors — Midland United Newspapers, Ltd. 
London Office— U% Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 5228. 

BRICiCi^.— ( Lincolnshire.) 

A market-town, with a popithition of (1921) 3^6.— Paper for the district^ 

LINCOLNSHIRE STAR. Saturday, Id. 
Established 1889. 
Circulates in Brigg,Gain.sboro', the Scunthorpe iron district 
and the villages of North Lincolnshire and the Trent Valley. 
Proprietors— W. O. & C. F. Davy. 

BRI6H017SS.— ( Yorkshire.) 

Various manufactures (cotton, silk, woollen) are carried on, numerous 
stone iiuarries and coal mines near, and there are large corn mills, 
iron and machine works, curriers workshops, &c. Population 1921} 
^»\2n,— Papers /or the district— 

BRIGHOUSE ECHO. Friday, 2(f. 
Independent.— Established June 24, 1887. 
(Incorporates the Brighouse New.s — Established 1866). 
Circulates in the borough of Brighouse, the Parliamentary 
Division of EUand, 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, ko. 
Proprietors — John Hartley (Ltd.) 
London 0Jiee—li5, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 4934. 

BRIGHOUSE FREE PRESS. Thursday, id. 
A local advertising sheet delivered from house to house 
in Brighouse and district. 
Published by the Premier Printing Co. (Brighouse) Ltd. 

BRIOHTI^INCNKA.- (A'j.^ea;.) 

resort, with a residential iMjpuIation of (igai)<,<M.— AlfMr for 



Asniiill seasidi 
the district— 



BRIGHTLINGSEA 
Glacton. 



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HnnGtlTOJI.— (Sussex.) 

U, parliamentary and municiiml borough, and a f>»W™»'''«*J'"'°L'''and 
I tposBcsses great facilities oJ oomniunication with the »'""'»,°//,''/'"'; 
with other parts of England, hy the London, Brlghton.and South Coast 
Hallway fand 19 grcatlyfrequented on accountot the cicellentBea-hath- 
in" Iti;a.otteS during the season, a» many as 70.000 visitors Popula- 
tion of parliamentary horough (1921) l«,42T.-P<ip»i-«/or the district- 

BEIGHTON ADVERTISER. Saturday morning, 2d. 
Independent.— Established 1878. 
The Brighton edition of the Sussex Count;/ Herald, Lewes. 

BRIGHTON AND HOVE SOCIETY, with which is incor- 
porated the Brighton and Hove Guardian. Thursday, IJ*. 
Unionist.— Estabhshed January 8, 1887. 
Circulates extensively in Brighton, Hove, throughout 
Sussex and in London. . , i v 

Is a journal of gossip, criticism, literary reviews, sketches 
and society doings. Essentially light and pleasing inits tone. 
It has many fashionable contributors, and is a society paper. 
Pkopeibtobs — Emery & Son (Ltd.). 

BRIGHTON GAZETTE, HOVE POST, SUSSEX AND 
SURREY TELEGRAPH. Wednesday and Saturday, lid. 

Conservative-Unionist.— Established 1821. ,. , . , 

Circulates extensively in Brighton, Hove, and the district. 

Advocates with vigour Conservative and Church ot 
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 ot 
fashionable arrivals and departures, court and news. 

Pbopeiktoes— Southern Publishing Co. (Ltd.), 

London 0;pee— 69, Fleet Street, E.C. i. 

BRIGHTON HERALD. Saturday, 2(Z. 
Established September, 1806. 

Circulates extensively in Brighton and the surrounding 
district. ... i. * 

It is a high class family newspaper, bound to no sect or part> , 
but perfectly independent ; it contains accurate reports of all 
public proceedings and events; special attention is paid to 
focal intelligence, the drama, concerts, and entertainments 
generally. 

Propbietoks— Brighton Herald (Ltd.). 

BRIGHTON STANDARD & FASHIONABLE VISITORS- 
LIST. Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, 2d. 
Established 1866. 
Its contents are designed for fashionable readers who reside 
In or visit Brighton and Hove; they comprise the arrivals 
posted up to date, hotel lists, and visitors' general directory ; 
also fashionable intelligence, and notices of entertainments, 
with notes on current topics and forthcoming events. 
Pkopbietor— Edward Fox Patiner. 

EVENING ARGUS. Daily, Id. 
Independent. — Established 1880, 

The Evening Argiis 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 
obtain the news of the hour. Great attention is devoted to 
cricket, football, cycling, and all kinds of sports, and in the 
homes of the people there is no paper that is read with greater 
regularity and more appreciated. Frequent editions are 
published daily. 

PROPRiBTORa— The Southern Publishing Co. (Lim.), 130, 
North Street. 

London Office— 59, Fleet Street, B.C. i. Tele. Holborn 2268. 

MORNING ARGUS. Daily, Id. 
Independent. Established 1896. 
The morning edition of the Evening Argus. 

SOUTHERN WEEKLY NEWS. Saturday, 2d. 
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— 6% Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 2268. 



SUSSEX DAILY NEWS. IR 
Independent.— Established 1868. ,, , . . 

Circulates very largely in Brighton and all the towns and 
villages in the county of Sussex, and in the bordering districts 
of the adjacent counties-Surrey, Kent, and Hants. . 

It is the leading morning paper in the large district which 
it covers. Advocates local public measures with perfect impar- 
tiality. Accurate and detailed reports are given of every local 
event and public meeting, combined with the latest metro- 
politan, parliamentary, market, sporting, foreign, and home 
news, supplied by special agencies. 

Much attention is also paid to art, science, and literature ; 
and the almost daily publication of special articles forms a 
popular feature. 

Propbietors— Th« Southern Publishing Co. (Limited), 130, 
North Street. 

London Oypce— 69, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 2268. 



Un.l»T01L.—(Glouceslershire.) 

Bristol occupies the seventh place among thelargest townsin England 
and in its contributions to the National Exchequer It stands third 
among the great ports, its chief industries include shipping and the 
various agencies which depend on shipping. It is surrounded by 
coalflelds. 

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 shoes, confectionery, 
engineering, glass, hats, paper bags, soap, etc. 

The leading educational institutions include Bristol University, Cli'?"" 
Coll«-gc, Bristol Orammar School, The Merchant Venturers' Technical 
Oollele OUfton High School t ir Girls, Redland High School for Glr 9 and 
Colston School for Girls. Clifton is the fashionable suburb ot BrlstoU 



The population of Bristol (19211 377,031.-Paper</or the diitriel— 

AVONMOUTH MAIL & SHIPPING GAZETTE. 
Friday, id. Established 1911. 
Circulates in Avonmouth, Shirehampton and Bristol. Con- 
tains the local news of the week and pays special attention to 
shipping intelligence. 
PuUisher—3. Wigmore Cook, The Barton, Bristol. 

BRISTOL CATHOLIC HERALD. Friday, id. 
CATHOLIC. Established 1896. 
Circulates in Bristol and the south-west of England. 
Gives all the Catholic News of the district, with general and 
local intelligence. 
Publishers— ifevr Catholic Press (Ltd.). 

London Offict—12, Bouverie Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 4289. 
(Advt., p. 4y6.) 



BRISTOL EVENING NEWS. Id. 
Independent.— Established 1877. 
Circulates in Bristol and the neighbouring counties. . 

Gives in its several editions the day's news— (sommercial, 
political, foreign, and general. Special athletic edition every 
Saturday night. 
PwJiw/ti-rs— Walter Reid & Son, Ltd. 
London Office— 59, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. (Advt., p. 557.) 



BRISTOL EVENING TIMES AND ECHO. Daily, U. 
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. 
Publishers — Bristol Times and Mirror,'LtA. 
London Office— 1S5, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 4962. 
(Advt.,p. 100.) 



BRISTOL GAZETTE. 
Established 1919. 



Saturday, Id. 



A reprint of the Ifort/i Somerset Gazette. (Advt., p. BOl.) 

BRISTOL GUARDIAN. Saturday, 1/i. 
Conservative. , , . 

This is a good family weekly new.'^paper which combines a 
selection of local and general news of the week with many 
interesting magazine features. The comments of the Bristd 
Guardian are ably and readably written, and the journal is 
attractively made up. 
Ofices— 23, Bridge Street. 



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BRISTOL OBSBKVBR. Saturday, 1 (2. (Illuttratad.) 
Established 1869. 
Circulates througliout tlii! counties of Gloucester, Somerset. 
Wilts, Dorset, Devon, Hereford, Monmouth, aud Glamorgan. 

Contains a complete selection of the most interesting event? 
of the week, pictorial sketches, original literary contributions 
bv popular authors, and the London and foreign telegrams. 
Nine separate district editions. 

J'ublhhfre—Wa]teT Reid & Son, Ltd. 

London Office— 59, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. (Advt., p. 657.) 



BRISTOL TIMES AND MIRROR. Daily, M. ; Saturday, 2i. 
Unionist.— The thhx Farley's Brittul Journal, Estab- 
lished 1713. 
It is one of the most widely-circulated journals in the West. 
The BriMol Times and Mirror is the official county Paper for 
Somerset and Gloucestershire, and the only Unionist Journal in 
Bristol. 

PROPBlETOE8-.BnrtoZ Times and Mirror (Ltd.). 

London Orfiee— 185, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Holborn 4962. 
(AdTt.,p. lUO.) 



BRISTOL WESTERN DAILY PRESS. Id. 
Liberal.— 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 countias, 
and South Wales. 

The first established daily paper in the West of England. It 
occupies a high place among the leading provincial journals ; 
reports fully and impartially all national and foreign events ; 
contains a carefully prepared digest of local and general news, 
and generally represents the commercial and agricultural life 
of the western counties of England. 

Publishers — Walter Reid & Son, Ltd. 

London Offiet—59, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. (Advt., p. 557.) 



CLEVEDON MAIL & SOMERSET TIMES. 
Saturday, Jd, Established 1913. 
Gives the local news of the Clevedon district. 

Publisher— J, Wigmore Cook, The Barton, Bristol. 



CLIFTON CHRONICLE & DIRECTORY. Thursday, 2 /. 
Neutral.— Established 1850. 
A high-class illustrated Society Journal of all the fashion- 
able and social events of the week, which circulates throughout 
Gloucestershire, Somersetshire, Wiltshire, and the West of 
England, &c. 

Publishers— Bristol Times and Mirror, Ltd. 

London OJiee—lSi, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Holborn 4962. 



CLIFTON AND REDLAND FREE PRESS. Thursday, Irf. 
Neutral.— Established 1890. 
Circulates in Clifton, Redland, Cotbam, Westbury Park, 
Henleaze, etc. 

Peopeiktoes— The Bristol Free Press & Advtg. Co. (Ltd.) 

HORFIELD AND BISHOPSTON RECORD. Friday, Id. 
Neutral.- Established 1894. 
A weekly record of local and other news appealing to this 
well-to-do district. 

Pbopeibtors— Bristol Free Press and Advertising Co. (Ltd.). 

NORTH SOMERSET GAZETTE. Saturday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established 1912. 
Circulates in Bristol, Keynsham, Saltford, Twerton, and Bath. 
An interesting digest of the general news of the week is added 
to the local and district new.s. 

Publislu:rs—QeneTii,l Publishing Syndicate Ltd. 
(Advt., p. 501.) 

PORTISHEAD, PORTBURY & PILL GAZETTE. 
Saturday, id. Establislie.l 191,3. 
Contains the local news of Portishead and district. 
Publisher— J. Wigiuore Cook, The Barton, Bristol. 



SOUTH BRISTOL FREE PRESS. Saturday, Id. 
Neutral. Established 1909. 
Circulates throughout Knowle, Brlslington, Totterdown, 
Southville, Bedminster, Victoria Park, etc. 

Proprietors— Bristol Free Press and Advertising Co., Ltd 

SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE GAZETTE. Saturday, Id. 
Nei TRAL. Established 1913. 
A reprint of the North Somerset Ouzette. 

SPORTS NEWS. Daily Id. 
A newspaper entirely devoted to sport. 
Publishers — \Valter Reid and Son, Ltd. 
London OJiice—59, Fleet Street, E.C.4. (Advt., p. 557.) 

SPORTS TIMES. Daily, U. Enlarged on Saturdays. 
Reports all sport in the West of England. 

Publishers — Jiristol Times and Mirror (Ltd.) 

London Office— 186, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Holborn 4962. 

(Advt., p. 100.) 



BRIXHAm.— (Devonj/uVf. ) 

Large town situate on the weatern shore of Torbay, In the eastern dlrUlun 
of the county. It Is said to be one of the largest flsberies in England, 
employing 200 sail of vessels, comprising about w.ooo tons of shipping, 
and about 1,500 seamen of the town. It was here that William, Prince 
of Orange, landed on November 6th, 1688. Population (IStni T.SM.—i'aiw 
for the district— 

BRIXHAM WESTERN GUARDIAN. Thursdays, IJrf. 
Independent.— Established 1882. 
Circulates in Brixham and neighbouring towns. 
A localised edition of the Weatern Guardian, Totnes. 



BKOADSTAIRS.— (Zene.) 

A much freiiiented up-to-date bathing place, with good sands. PopulatlOD 
9,931.— Papers for the diatriet— 

BROADSTAIRS AND ST. PETER'S ECHO. Friday, IR 
Independent. -Established 1903. 
Circulates in broadstairs and St. Peter's area, and gives local 
news and comments fully. A localised edition of the Thanet 
Advtrtiser. (Advt. , p. 574,) 

BROADSTAIRS and St. PETER'S MAIL. Wednesday, 1^. 
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— £aat Kent Times (Ltd.) 



A i^iihiiri'un rrsiticniiHl aiul market town in tfac Sevenoaks Parliamentary 
Divisiuii. in miles «outh of London by rail. KeccDterectinnBaremanictpal 
gcicMce aud HPt HChooI, secondary schooU for boys and girls, a drill balL 
a public library, seven AngUcan cnurches, a Roman Catnulic church,ana 
several cbapels. The cottaKc hospital has been enlarged and recrea- 
tion grounds provided. The population (1921) 35,070— Papers /or the 
district.— 

BROMLEY JOURNAL. 
See South Eastern Gazette, Maidstone. 

BROMLEY LOCAL GUIDE AND ADVERTISER. 
Saturday, Id.— Established 1903. 
Circulates in the Parliamentary borough of Bromley. A 
demy folio size paper, 8 to 16 pages, containing the news of tha 
locality. 

Proprietor- C. A. Hopper. 

BROMLEY MERCURY. Friday Irf. 
Neutral. Incorporates the BrotMey Chronicle, Estab- 
lished 1865. 

Circulated chiefly in Bromley, Bickley, Beclienham, Penge, 

Shortlands, Karnborough, Keston, Mottinghiim, iiltham, 

Chislehurst, St. Mary Cray, aud the Western Division of Kent. 

Proprietors — .Merritt aud Hatcher, Ltd., 81, High Street. 

London OJ/icc— 33-35, Moor Lane, E.C.2. Tele. London 

Wall, 5373. 

BROMLEY TIMES. Friday, 2d. 
Independent. — Established 1881. 
Circulates in Bromley, Bickley, Plaistow, Sundridge Park, 
Hayes, Shortlands, Beckenham, Famborough, West Wickham, 
kc. 
The Ulinet is a purely local paper, read by all classeg. 

Office— 39, East Street. 

Publishers— XerUisk District TimesCo. (Lim.). (Advt., p. 613.) 

London Ofwc—bb, Chancery Lane, W.C, Tele. Museam 72;i9, 



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WEST KENT DISTRICT TIMES. Friday, id. 
Independent. Established 190(i. 

Circulates in the agricultural and small villages throughout 
West Kent, and claims great popularity. Its news is carefully 
gathered by an able stafE of reporters and resident correspon- 
dents. 

It is the popular family newspaper for the district. 

Office— 39, Eaiit atreet. , ,,„. 

I^blishers—Kenthh District Times Co. (Lim.) (Advt., P- ol-^J 

London Office— 65, Chancery Lane, W.C. Tele. Museum 72iJ9. 

BBOMLSeROVJa.— ( Worcestershire.') 

A market-tmvn .midway between Birmingliam and Worcester, on the Bristol 
and Bifmingliaiu section ol the Midland Hallway. The population in 
isai WM 1 .Sw (BromsgTove 9,449. North Bromsgrove 8,341). The chief 
occupatiol j( the inhabitants is nail, boot, clothing, railway wagon, 
salt, lint, and button making, market gardening and ornamenta 
ironwork.— Pa;>er for th6 district— 1 

BK0M8GR0VE, DROITWICH, AND REDDITCH 
WEEKLY MESSENGER. Friday, 2d. 
Neutral.— Established January, 1860. 
Circulates in Bromsgrove, Droitwich, Redditch, and through- 
out a large district of Worcestershire and Warwickshire. 
Manager — J. Bate. 

BBOII'S' A.RI>.— ( Herefordshire.) 

A market-town. 14 miles N.K. of Hereford, 14 8.W. of Worcester, and la 
from Leominster (With all of which it is connected by rail), the centre 
of an important fruit growing and stock raising district. Pcpulatlon 
(1921), Ecclesiastical District, y,5(lO.— Pap«r /or theaivtrict— 

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. ' 

Propeietok — Vincent B. Weeks. 

BBTIiMA'WB— (5rec^/iocMire.) 

A market town with extensiye ironworks, 8 miles from Abergavenny. Popula- 
tion (1821) 8. 0*>2.— Paper /or thi district— 

BRYNMAWR AND BLAINA WEEKLY ARGUS. 
Friday, Id. 
A localised edition of theSoKW Wales Weekly Argus, Newport. 

BITCK.FASXIjKI«H.— (Z>et;o»nAtr«.) 

Important wooHi'ii and serge manutfictoriea, tannerifs, Ac, make Buckfast* 
ieigh one of tbe prominent towns nf tUe neighbourhood from a businesB 
jioint of view. Population OS'^O 2,4S0. Attracts visitors by reason of 
proximity to River Dart and Dartmoor.— Paper /or the district— 

BUCKFASTLEIGH WESTERN GUARDIAN. Weds., Hd. 
Independent.— Established 1882. 
Circulates throughout the Buckfastleigh district, and reports 
local events fully. 
A localised edition of the Wester* Ouardian, Totnes. 

BfTCKIlVC^KAai.— (£u«Hnf7AamsAtre.) 

A municipal borough.' Agriculture and a milk factory are the chief industries. 
Population (1920 8,059.— Pajjcr for the districts 

BUCKINGHAM ADVERTISER AND NORTH BUCKS 
FREE PRESS. Saturdav, \kd. 
Independent.— Established 1853. 

Circulates in Buckinghamshire, Northamptonshire, Oxford- 
shire, and Bedfordshire. 
Proprietors— Walford & Son. (Advt., p. 557.) 

nVOV.—{C<yrnwaU.) 

A watering-place on the North coast of Cornwall, about 17 miles from Launceston 
Population of Bude and Stratt-jn (1911) 2.979.— i'oper /or tht district- 

BUDE AND STRATTON WEEKLY NEWS. 
Saturday, 2d. (Advt., p. 565.) 

Bt7BlIH[Alfl-OS-CBOlTCII._(i:M«c.) 

A yachting centre with > population of (1821) 3,4S.3.-Pap«r/or the dittrict— 

BURNHAM-ON-CROUCH ADVERTISER. Saturday, Id 
Independent. Established February, 1904. 
Circulates throughout the Dengie Hundred of Essex. 
The Advertiser is entirely a local paper and devoted to the 
interests of the town and district. 
Peopribtoe— J. Dilliway. 

BUBWHAM-OW-9EA.-(5om«rse<jiAM-e.) 

Il •healthyand rising watering-place on the Bristol Channel, the termlnui 
of tbe Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway, with a pier for vessels fishing 
boats, and steamers. It is annually tue resort of a large number of 
visitors from all parts, and has fine natural golf links. T'lie shipoinir 
trade and tne manufaeture of bricks, tiles, &c., occupy tbe space of 
about two miles to HIghbridge. where large markits are held and 
railway locomotive works earned on. Population (l921j 5,000. -Poper ftr 



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URNHAM-ON-SEA GAZETTE. 
Established 1864. 
Pbopkibtors— Patey & Co, 



Saturday, IJd. 



B UBIiliBT.— (XoncMAire.) 

Is a market-town, on the River Bruu, S2 miles to the northward of Manchester. 
It is a prosperous maiiiitacturing locality, cott(m and woollen fabrics and 
machinery being made in large quantities. There are, also, in the town 
and neighbourhood, collieries, iron and brass foundries, breweries, tan- 
neries, and rope- walks. Population C1920 I03,l75.-i»oper»/or the district— 

BURNLEY AND NELSON CATHOLIC NEWS. 
Friday, 3d. Catholic. Established 1905. 
Contains all the Catholic and some general news of the 
district. 
i'«i?>sAe)-.«— New Catholic Press, Ltd. 

LoTidon 0)^—12, Bouverie Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 4289. 
(Advt., p. 496.) 

BUKNLEY EXPRESS AND CLITHEROE DIVISION 
ADVERTISER. Saturday, 2d. ; Wednesday, Id. 
Unionist.— Established 1862. 

Circulates in Burnley and Clitheroe division. The recog- 
nised a<Jverti8ing medium of all local public bodies. 
Fuhlislters-BixwAey Express Ptg, Co., Ltd. (Advt., p. 558,) 

BURNLEY NEWS. Incorporates the iJurniey ffare««. 
Saturday, 2d. : Wednesday, Id. Liberal.— Est. 1912. 
An up-to-date newspaper, well edited and well-compiled. 
Local and general illustrations are a feature, and various 
subjects such as labour, education, farm and field, dress and 
cookery, are specially dealt with. 
Proprietors — George Toulmin & Sons, Ltd. 
London Office— llZ-lIb, Fleet St., E.C. 4. Tele. Central 4481. 
(Advt., p. 568.) 

BUBTOir-OIV-TBBlVT.— (5(a/»rd>Atre. ) 

Burton is a county borough in the county of Stafford. It is tbe chief 
brewing centre in the kingdom and has also several iron works, brewery, 
engineering works, show van, toy works, jam factories, rubber works, etc., 
and is also in the centre of an agricultural, mining and pottery district. 
Population (1921) 48,927.- Fapers/or (Ae dlilrict— 

BURTON CHRONICLE. Thursday morning, 2d. 
Incorporates the Burton, Ashby and Coalville Guardian. 
Established over 60 years. 
The Burton Chronicle is one of the most extensively 
circulated newspapers in tbe counties of Derby, Leicester, 
and Stafford, and is the recognised medium for Official and 
auction announcements. 
Proprietor- Chas. Tresise, (Advt., p. 507.) 

London Oijice—\ii-Ui, Fleet St., E.C. 4. Tele. Central 44.50. 

BURTON DAILY MAIL. Id. Unionist.— Estab, 1898. 
The Mail, in adilition to full and impartial reports of local 
events, has a splendid service of telegrams, sporting news, kc. 
Publishers— Burton Daily Mail, Ltd. (Advt., p. 606,) 

iondon O/^iee— 231-2, Strand, W.C. 2. Tele. Central 2994. 

BURTON EVENING GAZETTE. Id. Established 1880. 
Circulates amongst the brewing trade, manufacturers, 
merchants, and the inhabitants of the town and district, and 
is unrivalled for influence and prestige. Press Association's 
and Renter's full service generally of foreign, general, and 
sporting telegrams. 
Proprietor — Chas. Tresise. 

Xondon 0)pce— 143-144, Fleet St., E.C. 4. Tele. Central 4450. 
(Advt., p. 607.) 

BURTON FOOTBALL MAIL. Saturday IJd. 
Devoted exclusively to sport. 
Proprietors — Burton Dnily Mail, Ltd. 
London Office— 231-2, Strand, W.C.2. Tele. Central 2994. 
(Advt., p. 606). 

BURTON OBSERVER AND SOUTH DERBYSHIRE 
MAIL, Saturday, 2d. (Published Friday). 
Unionist.— Established 1898. 

Is a splendid family and county paper, and contains all the 
week's local news in full. Pages of local pictures. 

Publishers — Burton, Daily Mail, Ltd. (Advt,, p. 606.) 

Londm Offiee— 231-2, Strand, W.C. 2. Tele. Central 2994. 

BUBY. — (Lancashire.) 

A parliamentary borough. It is an improving place, having cotton and 
woollen, paper-making, hat and slii>per manufactories, calico-printing 
establishments, bleaching machine making, and iron-works, with coal 
mines in the vicinity. Population (1921) 50,426.— Pa;»ers /or the district— 

BURY GUARDIAN. Saturday, 2d. Estab. July 4, 1857. 
Circulates in Bury and throughout South and East 
Lancashire. 

The Guardian is the advocate of Constitutional government, 
based upon a sincere desire to remedy abuses and advance the 
material progress and well-being of the community. 

Proprietors— JBary Guardian Co. (Ltd.). 

London OjJSce— 115, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 2626. 



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BURY TIMES.— Saturday, U. ; Wednesday, Id. 
Liberal.— EstablislK'd July, 1855. 

Advocates progress ami social iuinroveuient. Published in a 
densely-populated manufacturing district (the Bury Poor-Ivaw 
Onion alone having a population of about 150,0(K)), it pays close 
attention to all matters of a local nature, giving ample reports 
of important meetings and occurrences without party bias. 
The news up to the latest hour is given at length; prominence 
is also given to literary features : and the paper^is generally 
regardeil as one of the best in the County ralatine.' 

PROPKlETOR.'i— Bury Times I'rintingand Publisliing;Co.,Lim. 
(Advt., p. 5S8.) 

BUBY VISITOR. Friday, Jrf. 
Independknt.— Established July. 1871. 
Incorporated in 1909 the Burt/ Borv' Adcertiter, and in 
1913, the Bury Observer. 
Proprietoks— Fletcher and Speight, Ltd. (Advt., p. 668.) 

BVRX »T. EOMUlfOS.— (,S'M/fo;^•.) 

The capital of West SulTnllc. It baa large corn and rattle markets, th4 
latter itandlnv aecoiiU t<i Norwich Id importance. Ttic town is Bur 
rounded by noDlemen's and gentlemen'e Heatit; and it posseBses two of 



tba arrandfst cburchea in tbe kingdom. 
for th* dutriet— 



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BURY ST. EDMUNDS FREE PRESS. Friday, 2d. 
LiBER.^L.- Established 185.'). 
Circulates throughout Suffolk and East Cambridgeshire ; also 
in South and West Norfolk and North Esse.x. 

Proprietors— Bury St. Edmunds Printing and Publishing 
Co. (Lim.) (Advt., p. 557.) 

BURY k NORWICH POST k. SUFFOLK STANDARD. 
Friday, 2d. 
Conservative.— Established 1782. 

Circulates largely in Suffolk, Norfolk, Essex and Cambridge- 
shire (including the Isle of Ely). 

The Bury and JVorwich Fait is the oldest paper in the district 
and gives full reports of all matters of local interest. 
OJlcet— 19, Abbeygatc Street. (Advt., p. 558.) 

B V XTO]« — (Derbyshire.) 

Buxtnn lies in a pleasant valley. Hurrouiuled hy hills ; the lowest part of tho towu 
is 1,000 feet above the sea. The climate is iliy ami bracing. Noted f.ir its 
thermal waters aiul baths. Tiie waters are iharge.l with nitmgen gas, and are 
con^iiilered etficacioua in rheumatism. Kout, and kindred ailments Tiie 
bathing establishment is the finest in Europe. Pavilion and gardens lawn 
tennis, theatre, cricket, golf, hunting and shooting. Band plays twice' a day 
all tho year round. Population UWl) 15,QRl.—/^aper»/or the diitriet- 



UXTON ADVERTISER. Saturday, 2rf. 
Ukionist.— Established 1852. 



B 

Circulates in Buxton, and throughout Derbyshire, and is pur- 
chased by visitors for distant circulation. 

i'liA/wAfcs— Derbyshire Printing Co., Ltd. 

London Office : 159, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 982 
(Advt., p. 504.) 

BUXTON HERALD AND VISITORS' GAZETTE. 
Wednesday, Irf. 
Established July 23, 1842. 

Circulates in Buxton and throughout North Derbyshire, and 
parts of Cheshire and Staffordshire. 
Deals fully with all local matters. 
Peopeietors— ifttX(o« Herald Printing Co. 



IGH PEAK CHRONICLE. Friday, 2d. 
— Conservative.— Established 1906. 
A reprint of the Glossop-Dale Chronicle. 



H 



HIGH PEAK NEWS. Thursday for Saturday, 2d. 
Unionist.— Estahlished 1870. 
It is specially devoted to county and district, and contains 
the local news of North and West Derbyshire. 
/VW/jAers— Derbyshire Printing Co., Ltd. 
London Office— \59, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 982 
(Advt., p. 504.) 

CABISHKAB ATi» T»t. AM. -(Lancashire.) 

An; two important twin ii!iri»hei on the Manchester .Ship Canal about nine 
miles from Manchester, with a rapidly increasing iiopulation of over 16 Offll. 
iin. contiuning a number of vciy large iron, steel and engineering wirki 
anil the soap and candle works of the Wholesale Cooperative SiSiietr - 
Paper for tfit Dutrict— ' 

CADISHEAD AND IRLAM GUARDIAN. Tuesday. Id and 
Friday, 2d. 
Nedtbal.— Established 1919. 
A localised edition of the Wm-ritigton Guardian. (Advt., p. 609.) 

CAEHmiHY. — (Glamorganshire). ' 

A mining tuwn ahout 7 miles north of (Cardiff with «it«nsive celliaries and Iron- 
wor«b. l'opulatiun(l»jl|»!.893.-i"aper/orHiedn(rK(- "■""■ana iron 

/CAERPHILLY JOURNAL. Friday, Id. 
\J iNnFPBNDENT. Established 1904. 
See uiiiliT Pontypridd. 



CAM HVWtfj'KV, -(Surrey.) 

K tftwn with a nnpiilntlon of i:>,Oi)n. The Royal Military ColUffe and th« Staff 
Coilego nro III the vicinity.— Pap^r /or (As disirief— 

CAMBBRLEY NEV/^S AND YORKTOWN OBSERVER. 
Friday, \d. 
Circulates in Camberley, Frimley, Bagshot, Sandhurst, 
Yorktowii, Blackwatcr, etc. 
Proprietors— Gale & Polden (Ltd.). 
London Offlee — 2, Amen Corner, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 297. 



CAMIIO»l¥E.— (ComicaW.) 

A mining town, with a population o{ ' li'^i) H.!i92.~ Paper for tht diatriet— 

CORNISH POST AND REDRUTH EFFECTIVE 
ADVERTISER. Saturday, 2d. 
Indkpendent.— Established 1889. 

Besides giving the mine agents' interim reports, it ffiyes 
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. 
i!/aflflyer— Herbert Thomas. (Advt., p. 659.) 



CAlflllltlDOE.— (Cam6nV^«WuVe.) 

Derlreslts Importance entirely from the celebrated University, which con* 
sistB of twenty collcKes and one hall, situated in different parts of tbe 
town. All these institutions have been founded since tbe time of 
Edward 1., and are supported by various endowments. Each college is 
a body corporate, and bound by its own statutes, yet controlled by tbe 
paramount laws of the University granted by yueen Elizabeth. Cam- 
bridgs is also tho centre of an important agrleuUural diitrict. Tha 
town returns one and the University two Members of Parliament. 
Population 59.2i>2.— Papers for the diatrict— 

CAMBRIDGE CHRONICLE & 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— Cami>i*?e Chronicle (Ltd.). 

CAMBRIDGE DAILY NEWS. Id. 
Independent.— Estahlished 1888. 
The Daily N&tra reports all local and district news, with full 
telegrams of general news and sporting, and makes a specialty 
of University intelligence. 
Pvhlhher—W. F. Taylor. 
London Officer— ii. Fleet Street, E.C.4. Tele. Central 5060. 

CAMBRIDGE INDEPENDENT PRESS & WEEKLY 
NEWS AND EXPRESS. Friday, li(i. 
Independent.— Established 1807. 
Circulates in every part of Cambridgeshire, and is in every 
re.spect a good county newspaper. 
Puilisher — Cambridge Independent Press. 
London Office — 44, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY REPORTER. Tuesday 
(during full term), with additional numbers at other 
times, %d. 
Is the official paper for the University. 
Puhlisliers — Cambridge University Press. 
London Office— Tetter Lane, B.C. 4. Teles. Central 6369 
and 3033. 



CAMEX-FOltU.— (ComwoZ^.) 

A pictures'iue little town, near the source of the Camel. Near hj an the great 
slate quarries of Delanole. Population (19'.2l} 7,730.— Paptrt /en* M. disfrief— 

CAMELFORD AND DELABOLE GUARDIAN. 
Friday 2id. 
A reprint of the Cornish Gvardian, Bodmin, 

CAMELFORD AND DELABOLE WEEKLY NEWS. 
Saturday 2d. 
A reprint of the Launcetton Weekly Nncs. (Advt., p. 565,) 

CA.-Xl!IOCJK..—(Stafordshire.) 

A market and union town, irovcrned by an Drban District Council, which 
Includosin its area the neif^hhourlng town of Hcdnesford and diltrfct 
also the celebrated Chase, The Inhabitants are mainly employed In 
roal tnininff. agriculture, and edge tool matting. Population flwll a3.MW 
—Papers for the district— 

CANNOCK ADVERTISER. Saturday Id. 
Nehtbal.- Established 1878. 
Circulates throughout the Urban and Rural Districts. 
The Advertiser is a well-arranged newspaper with a good 
selection of general intelligence. 
rnoPRlETon- V, L. Withington. (Advt., p. 658.) 



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ANNOCK CHARE COURIER AND WEST STAFFORD- 
SHIRE COUNCILLOR. Friday fur Saturday, Irf. 

Independent.— Established May, 1889. 

Special popular editions on Friday evenings and Saturday 
mornings, one penny. 

Circulates in the Cannock Chase district. 

It provides for its readers a complete remmi 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, Hednesford, and Penk- 
ridge. 

Pbopbibtor— H. Praill. (Advt., p. 559.) 

PENKRIDGE COURIER. 
Indbpbndbnt.— Established 1896, 

Propbiktob— H. Praill, (Advt., p. 559.) 
CASTEBBU «T.— (^en«.) 

U«citv,borougli, and county of itself. Its cathedral is erected on the site 
of the first Christian church built in Saxon Bngland. In that cathedral 
Thomas A'Becket was assassinated. Canterbury has a grammar-school, 
founded by Henry VI II., and several otherendowed schools. It is the see 
of an Archbishop, who is ■' Primate of all England." There are corn mills 
near the city ; but itschief source of industry is the export of agricultural 
produce, especially hops. It has communication with London by two 
railways. Population (1920 S8,738.— Papers/or the district— 

KENT HERALD. Wednesday afternoon. Id. 
Established 1792. 
Gives fullest reports of all local events, and is a popular 
paper and a good medium for advertising in the City. 
Circulates throughout East Kent generally. 
Pboprietobs— J. A. Jennings (Ltd.). 

KENTISH GAZETTE, AND CANTERBURV PRESS. 
Friday afternoons, 2d. 
Independent. — Established 1717. 

Circulates throughout East Kent, and has long been 
recognised as one of the leading County papers. It gives 
full and impartial reports of all events of local and county 

Proprietobs— P. D. Eastes k Co. (Ltd.). 
London O/Rce— 146, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Central 9972. 
(Advt., p. 564.) 

KENTISH OBSERVER & CANTERBURY CHRONICLE. 
Thursday, 2d. Established October 4, 1832. 
Incorporates the Canterbury Journal. 

Circulates throughout Kent, and gives full local reports. 
Devotes special attention to agriculture and hops, and the 
Kent coal industry. 
Pbopbibtor— E. H. Elvy. 

CA wmi-W.— (Glamor gan$hirt.) 

This, the Metropolis of Wales, is situated on the Taff, and abuts close 
on the Bristol Channel. The chief feature of Cardiff is its magnificent 
scries of docks, and its immense milway facilities. The East and 
West Bute Docks are each over a mile long, and the Hoath Dock is 
still larger, whilst the chief Barry Dock is thClargest dock in the world. 
The new Alexandra Dock opened by King Edward VII. is almost equally large. 
Tbereare.furthcr.the Fenanh Dock and Harbour and the Glamorganshire 
Canal. Aix)ut30,000,n00(thirtyiiiiilioii) of tonna^re is nowshipped annually. 
Cor several yea rs Cardiff had only been beaten in tonnage by New York- 
having long exceeded the London and Liverpool totals. But in 1897 and 
1(*96 slie overtook New York, and she now ships a larger tonnage than any 
other port in the world. At the entrance oftheport there isanchorage 
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 OardiiF exceed those around 
Manchester ftnd LiveriKtol. The trade and population of Cardiff have 
increased in an unprecedented manner during the last 30 years. The 
population of the town amounts to (1921) 200,282.— Pa^wrs for the 
district— 

CARDIFF TIMES. Friday, Id. 
Liberal. — Established October 10, 1867. 

Circulates throughout Glamorganshire, Monmouthshire, Car- 
marthenshire, Pembrokeshire, Cardiganshire, Breconshire, Ra(i- 
norshire, Montgomeryshire, the Forest of Dean, and many 
portions of the West of England. 

For over si-xtv years this journal has been the chief weekly 
exponent of Welsh Liberalism, and of the special questions 
affecting the nationality of the people of Wales. It is well 
illustrated, and contains full reports of all the local news of the 
week as well as topics of national interest. Ably-written editor- 
ials and special articles are a feature of this influential organ. 

Pbopbietobs— David Duncan & Sons, Ltd. 

London Office— Byron House, 85, Fleet Street, E.C.4. City 
6197 and Ceutnil 1929. (Advt., 3rd page of cover.) 

SOUTH WALES EVENING EXPRESS AND EVENING 
MAIL. Daily, Irf. 
NON-I'OLITICAL.— Established 1887. 

Circulates throughout South Wales and Monmouthshire, the 
Forest of Dean, Herefordshire and Gloucestershire. 

Contains all the usual features of an Evening paper. Latest 
telegrams, markets, racing news. &c. 
Pbophietobs — Western Mail (Lim.). 
London Oipee— 176, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Holbom 1526. 



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SOUTH WALES FOOTBALL ECHO. Sat. 2d. During 
Season. Football Newc. 
Propbietohs — David Duncan & Sons, Ltd. 

SOUTH WALES FOOTBALL E.KPRESS. Sat. 2d. During 
Season. Contains all Football News. 
Published at 68, St. Mary Street. 

SOUTH WALES JOURNAL OF COMMERCE. Daily, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1904. 
This paper deals exhaustively with the South Wales coal, 
iron, steel, linplate trades, finance and shipping. 

It contains all the commercial news calculated to be of 
interest in all industrial centres. 
Publisher— A. E. Harrison. 

SOUTH WALES NEWS. Daily Id. 
LlBBBAL.— Established 1872. 

Circulates over an exceptionally large area, covering ten 
counties. It circulates largely in every town and village of 
Glamorganshire, Monmouthshire, Carmarthenshire, Pem- 
brokeshire, Montgomeryshire, Cardiganshire, Breconshire, 
Radnorshire, the Forest of Dean, Bristol, Gloucester, Here- 
ford, and West of England. 

It is a political and commercial journal, conducted under 
experienced management. It is the chief organ of Welsh 
Liberalism, and consequently holds the position of one of the 
representative journals of the kingdom— its columns reflecting 
the drift of opinion over the larger part of Wales and the West 
of England. 

It discusses freely all political, commercial, and social ques- 
tions. The important shipping, mining, manufacturing, and 
.agricultural interests of South Wales and the West of England 
are specially represented. 

Pbopbietobs — David Duncan & Sons, Ltd, 

London Office— Byron House, 85, Fleet Street, EC.4. Tele. 
City 5197, and Central 1929. (Advt., 3rd page of cover.) 

SOUTH WALES ECHO. Evening 1(*. Eight editions daily. 
Non-Political.— Established October 13th, 1884. 
Circulates throughout all parts of South Wales, Mon- 
mouthshire , and West of England. 
Pbopbietobs — David Duncan & Sons, Ltd. 
London OlJIce—Byr.in House, 85, Fleet Street, E.C.4. Tele. 
City 5197, and Central 1929. (Advt., 3rd page of cover.) 

rrTEEKLY MAIL. Friday and Saturday, 2d. 
VV Non-Political.— Established 1870. 

Circulates throughout Monmouthshire and the six counties 
of South Wales, the Forest of Dean, and jiortions of Somerset- 
shire, Gloucestershire and Montgomeryshire. The Weekly Mail 
is one of the largest papers in the kingdom, and Is widely read 
in the agricultural districts of Carmarthenshire, Pembroke, 
Cardigan, and Ra(inor. 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. 

Propbibtors — Western Mail (Lim.). 

London Ofjlee—n^, Fleet Street, E.C.4. Tele. Holbom 1526. 
(Advt.,, p. 538.) 

VXTELSH CATHOLIC HERALD. Friday, 3rf. 
VV Catholic— Established 1894. 

Circulates throughout Wales and Monmouthshire. Is the 
organ of the Roman Catholic party, and gives all the local news 
of that body. 

Publishers— ^cw Catholic Press (Ltd.). 

London Offke—li, Bouverie Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Central 4289. 
(Advt., p. 496.) 

WESTERN MAIL. Daily, W. 
Unionist.— Established 1869. 

Circulates in Cardiff, Swansea, Newport, Merthyr, and the 
towns and villages throughout Wales, the Forest of Dean, 
Herefordshire, and portions of Gloucestershire and Montgomery- 
shire. 

The Western 3tai.l 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 the political, social, and commercial questions. By 
the assistance of a staff of special correspoudents, English 
and Welsh, the readers of the Western Mail are constantly 
presented with graphic pictures of the events in which Welsh- 
men are specially interested, whether they occur in the 
principality or elsewhere ; while the London arrangements of 
the eclitorial department are so complete as to keep the people 
of Wales always supplied, at the earliest possible moment, 
with the most trustworthy information affecting movements in 
politics and every other subject of general interest. 

Proprietors— lKcs<«r« Mail (Lim.). 

London Office— 176, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Holborn 1526. 
Advt., p. 636.) 



fHE ENGLtSit l*ROVtNCIAL NEWSPAPER PliESS. 



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C A. KnTGATf.—iCardujanahire.) 

Thfl countr «n<l seaport town «ltu«t«tl on the rivar T«Uy. It poflMiae* •oni« 
oo«slln« trade and la celebrated for Its aalmon and herrtnn nsherlee, brick- 



wnrks, iKitterlea, and enfloeerlng workf. 
/or Vi€ dialrie^ 



PoimUtlon (1921) a,U2— f'apcr 



OAKDIQAN AND TIVY RIDE ADVERTISEU. Friday, 2d. 
Established May, 1866. 
Circulates extensively in Cardiganshire, Pembrokeshire and 
West Wales goueriiUy. 
PROPBIETOK&-M. M. Thomas & Co. 



CAUIjI»IjE.— (Cumberland.) 

Carlisle la thecapltalof Ciimherlnnd.and was In U»U constituted a count; borough. 
Tlic population uf ttie dlittrlct 18 uotll agricultural auu luauulactunuv. 
Carliale Is the centre ol the RnRlish and Scotch railway ayitera, acren 
railways radintiuR from it wept, enst. imnh and south. The population la 
principally oecupu'd in branches of tlio iron and cotton, biscuit, carpet, 
and tin-plate manufactures, mining and annculture. There is also a 
considerable shipping interest alonij the coast, and the coal and iron 
trade are extensive. lisirne works are projert^-d in the district, and 
Carlisle is a distinrtly urnwiuif field for business. Population ',19211 
Kl,iKio.-/'iiperj /er («« district— 

CARLISLE JOURNAL. Tuesday, Id., and Friday, 2d. 
Friday morning, Friday afternoon (Racing Special) ; and 
Saturday, (Market Edition). 

Liberal.— ^:stablished 1798, 

Circulates throughout the towns and over 250 villages of 
Cumberland, and also largely in Westmorland, Northumber- 
land, and the South of Scotland. 

Thi Carlisle Journal is tlie 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. 

Piiblhherx — Steel Brothers (Carlisle), Ltd. 

London Offiee—S, New Bridge St., B.C. 4, Tele. Central 9966. 



CUMBERLAND CATHOLIC NEWS. Friday, 3d. 
Catholic— Established 1893. 

Circulates throughout Cumberland. 

All the local Catholic and general news appears in its pages. 
Publishers — New Catholic Press (Ltd.). 
London Offiee—li, Bou verie Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Central 4289. 
(Advt., p. 496,) 



CUMBERLAND EVENING NEWS. Daily (except 
Friday), Id. Established, I9I9. 
Has a growing circulation amongst all classes in a highly 
prosperous, industrial and agricultural area. Its several 
editions contain a full telegrapliic and telephonic service of 
general and sporting news, and local events are fully reported. 
Piiblisher — R. N. Burgess. 

London Office— U'i-i, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 
4450. (Advts,, pp. 503 and 559.) 



CUMBERL.\ND NEWS, Weekly (Friday ), 2<«. 
Conservative.— (The Garlis/e Patriot, established 1815 ; 
the East Cumherlani News, established 1883 ; combined as The 
Cumberland News, 1910). 

The Netos 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 national news are copious and complete. 

Publisher — R. N. Burgess. 

London OfjiM—m and 144, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 
4450. (Advts.,- pp. 608 and 659.) 



CARWAKTHEW.— (Caj-OTfltr<AertsAMe,) 

The capital of tho county : is a ttopuloos town on the Towy. The rlrer admits 
vessels of mo<lerate burthen, and there are conimodiou? quays, Tho dis- 
trict is an important .me. not only in respect to jigricultore, but for its 
numernUB <'opper iind tin works, coal and lead mines and iron foundries. 
The (treat Western passes through the town to liaverfordwcst. Pem- 
broke, Mllford Haven and the new ocean iH>rt of Fishguard and the Car- 
digan branch runs into the Or<-at Western bine at tile Carmarthen Town 
Htation. Tlie Lsindon and Niirtli Western It.'illway also runa into the 
town. Population 11020 lo.ell. —i'opers /or tAs districf— 

CARMARTHEN JOURNAL, Friday, 2d. 
Conservative.— Established 1810. 
Circulates throughout the counties of Carmarthen, Pem- 
broke, Cardigan, and South Wales generally. 
Pttblisliers— Journal Co. (Liui.). 
London Office— 119, Queens Road, Wimbledon. 



SEREN CYMRil. (STAR OF WALKS.) Friday,2<i. 
LiBEBAL.— Established, 1857. 
Circulates 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 
special articles are a feature. 
Publishers— yf. Morgan Evans k Son. 

WELSHMAN. Wednesday and Thursday for Friday, 2d. 
Independent,— Established 1829. 
Circulates in Carmarthenshire, Cardiganshire, Pembroke- 
sliire, 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 tho district, which is 
reported fully and accurately. 
Pbopbietoks — Welshman Newspaper k Printing Co. (Llm.). 

CAKMAKVOW.— (ComarroniAtVe.) 

The capital of Carnarvonshire is an ancient town, situated partly on the 
Menai Strait, and partly on the estuary of the SeKmt, The town carries on 
a considerable trade in roofing slates with London, Liverpool, Bristol, 
Scotland, Ireland, and America. The population is principally agrical- 
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 (IVJl) 8,301,— Papers tor the district^ 

CARNARVON AND DENBIGH HERALD. Friday, 2d. 
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— yf. G, Williams. 

London 0/^8—115, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 2626. 
(Advt., p, 5B4.) 

DINESYDD CYMREIO. (Welsh Citizen.) Wednesday 2d. 
Established 1912. 
Circulates in Carnarvon and North Wales generally. It is 
printed in the Welsh language and devotes special attention to 
social and industrial matters. 
Publishers — Dinesydd Publishing Co. Ltd. 

HERALD CYMRAEG (Welsh). Tuesday, 2d. 
Established 1854. 
The recognised Welsh Farmers' weekly paper. 
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— W. G. Williams. 

London Office— 115, Fleet Street, E.C. 4, Tele. Central 2626. 
(Advt., p. 564.) 

ATORTH WALES OBSERVER AND EXPRE SS. 
!.> Thursday, 2d. 

National.— Established 1877. 

Circulates in Carnarvon, Bangor, and throughout the North' 
Wales district. 

Reports all proceedings throughout the North Wales counties, 
and gives the parliamentary, social, and religious news of the 
week. Publishes localised editions in four other centres in 
North Wales. 

Publishert—Vie National Pressof Wales (Ltd.). (Advt., p. 669.) 

YOENEDL GYMREIU. Monday, 2d. 
National,- Established 1877. 
Circulates throughout the Principality, and is a very popular 
journal, being read by the best class of Welsh readers. 

Printed in the Welsh language. It gives special agricultural 
trade, and market reports, as well as all the general news of the 
weeki special Parliamentary Letter, etc. 
Pi«*«sAct-»— The National Pressof Wales (Ltd.) (Advt., p. 669.) 

YWERIN A'R ECO. Saturday, Id. 
National.— Established 1885. 
Circulates in the extensive districts of Carnarvonshire, 
Anglesea, Merionethshire, Denbighshire, ice, and gives a very 
complete report of every local event. 

In the Welsh language. Is read by all shades of political 
opinion. 
Publishers-Tihe National Press of Wales (Lt<l.). (Advt., p. 668.) 

CARM FORTH.— (/.ancaiAtrt.) 

Snpported chleHyby Iron works and railway worts. Important railway 
junction, London and North-Western with Midland and Purnesa 
Companies, prosperous agricultural district Just outlying. Population 
(liWli 3,112.— Paper for the district— 

OARNFORTH NEWS. Saturday, 2d. 
INDEPENDENT.— Established 1884, 
A reprint of the Vhtrston News. (Advt., p. 585.) 



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CATBItHAM.— (Sur»-ey.) 

Apitv described »8 "« t,and nt Beauty." much famed for «uburban resi- 
dences. Population Hirll} 11,"8J— Paper /or the district— 

OATERHAM& PURLEY WEEKLY PRESS. Saturday, '2d. 
Neutral. — Established December, 1889. 
Circulates in Caterhain, Parley, Wliyteleafe, Kenley, War- 
liiigham, Godstoue, Oxted, &o. 
Proprietors— The Holmesdale Press (Ltd.). Redhill. 
London Ofiee—lirt, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele, City 7C62. 

CWAWtO.— {Somersetshire.) 

Its market is lield on Thursday, and is one oj the best in the county : is a 
municipal borough. It has several manufactories for malting lace, 
collars, and cloth, and has two large iron-foundries. Population (liwij 
i,:f£i.~rapers for the district— 

OHARD AND ILMINSTER NEWS, AND SOMERSET, 
DORSET, AND DEVON ADVERTISER. Saturday, 2d. 
Neutral. — Established October, 1874. u- i, ■ 

Circulates in an important manufacturing district, which is 
now the third largest In the country engaged in the lace trade. 
The local and general news of the towns and counties is given 
at length, with a selection of the general topics of the day. 
Also issues a reprint. 
Publishers— Yonng k Son. (Advt., p. 559.) 

EAST DEVON NEWS, SEATON. AXMINSTBR, LYME 
REGIS AND HONITON ADVERTISER. Saturday, 2d. 
See Chard and Ilniinster News. (Advt., p. 559.) 

CHATHAM — (Kent.) 

Is a parliamentary borough, and river port, on the east bank of the Medway- 
It is celebrated tor its extensive docliyard, naval arsenal, military depots, 
marine barracks, and Royal Engineers' establishment. The dockyard has 
been vastly eltcnded. In the neighbourhood are large cement, brick- 
matlng,and othcrmanufactorics. Population (1921) 4!!,6«5; parliamentary 
borough, 9'.i,686.— Papers /or the district— 

CHATHAM, ROCHESTER AND GILLINGHAM NEWS. 
Saturday, 2d. 
INDBPENDKNT.— Established July 2, 1859, 
Circulates extensively in Chatham, Rochester, Strood, 
Brompton, Gillingham, Gravesend, Dartford, Snodland, and in 
naval and military centres at home and overseas. 
Proprietors — Parrett & Neves, Ltd. 

CHATHAM. ROCHESTER AND GILLINGHAM 
OBSERVER AND KENT COUNTY CHRONICLE, 
Friday for Saturday, 2d. 
Established 1870. 

The local, naval, and military news appears at length in 
its pages, together with a summary of general intelligence and 
pictures every week. 
Pkopriktobs— W. & J. Maokay & Co. (Ltd.). 

CVLA-TTMnXS.— (Cambridgeshire.) 

An important market-town, in a good agricultural district. Factories and 
large engineering works add to the importance of the place. PopulatioD 
(iwif 5,259.— Paper /or (he district— 

CHATTERIS AND HUNTS. ADVERTISER. Friday, 2d, 
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. 

A localised edition of the Cambridgeshire Times. See under 
March. (Adrt,,p.6o8.) 



CW.EA.nij'E.—iStaffordshire.) 

Has a population of over5,000.— Papers /or (he district— 

CHEADLE HERALD. Friday, l(i. 
Neutral.— Established September, 1877. 
Circulates in Cheadle and the towns and villages of the 
district. 
Proprietor— J. Machin. 

CHEADLE AND TEAN TIMES. Friday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established 1896. 
Circulates in Cheadle and the district. 
Publisher — J. Lowndes. 



CH.KBB Am.— (Somerset.) 

BtAtids at the entrance to the beautiful Cheddar VsUey. Is famous for its 
cheese. Population. 2,3M ; Cheddar Valley 16,700.— Paper /or tht district- 

CHEDDAR VALLEY TIMES. Saturday, Id. 
Established 1910. 
▲ reprint of the Aorth Somerset Gazette, Bristol. (Advt., p.504') 



The county town of Kssex, seat of abishopric. head of a P""?";?'''"^?^^'''^,'^ 
and a municipal borough, has an V"'"'"''"',,?,™ J'i'n.ThJ ^en*ienti-e of 
fttarion on the Great Eastern Railway; and stands in the ver} centre ui 
tTeiountySS the grand line of road formerly I om^^^^ 

to Colchester and the Eastern ,';""n';"-„*8,7,':'^''"'^,''J.* "^ As to 
fiires are the leading employments of the population ol Essex, ah i o 
manStSurSs many ?housands of hands areengaged in the man 
machinery, electric lighting, wireless telegraphy and motor car apparatus. 
Population (1921) 20,761— Papers /or tfte district— 

ESSEX CHRONICLE. Friday, Id. 
Independent. — Established 1764. 
Is entirely independent of party, and quite impartial in the 
Jetail of all proceedings, political or otherwise. A high-class 
country newspaper. 
Proprietors— Meggy, Thompson & Creasey. (Advt„p,561,) 

ESSEX HERALD, Tuesday, \d. 
Independent,— Established 1800, 
Circulates through all the principal towns in Essex. 
It contains the latest news ; cattle, corn, and other markets. 
Proprietors— Meggy, Thompson & Creasey. (Advt., p. 661.) 

ESSEX NEWSMAN. Saturday, Jrf. 
Neutral,— Established 1870, 
This is a paper for circulation among the masses. 
Proprietors— Meggy, Thompson & Creasey, (Advt., p. 561.) 

ESSEX WEEKLY NEWS. Friday, 2d. 
Neutral.— Established March 14, 1862. 
Circulates in Chelmsford, Colchester, Romford, Southend, 
Brentwood, Epping, Ongar, Stratford, Maldon, Witham, Kel- 
vedos.Braintree. Burnham-on-Crouch, Southminster, Dunmow, 
and all the towns and villages of the county ; also in Middlesex, 
Herts, Kent, and Cambridgeshire. 

Proprietors- The Essex WceUy News Series (Ltd.) 
(Advt., p. .W2.) 

CHliliTEMHAM.— (G/ouce«<er*/.tr«.) 

A nailiamentary boiough : is delightfully situated In the vale of Gloucester 
and is celebrated for tne salubrity of its air, its ejueational facilities and 
the medicinal properties ol its waters. It is an allthe-yeii-rmind hoaltn 
resort. The town is connected with all parts of the Kingdom by the 
Great Western, Midland. Midland and South Western. Hanbury and l hel- 
Unham, and Hon.ybourne Railways. Population (1921) 48,411.-Paper« for 
the district— 

CHELTENHAM CHRONICLE AND GLOUCESTER- 
SHIRE GRAPHIC. (Incorporates the Clicltcnham 
hooUer-on). Saturday, 2d. 
Unionist.— Established 1809. 

Circulates throughout Gloucestershire, and gives 8 pages of 
illustrations in an art supplement in addition 8 pages of news. 
The Chnmcle is the only weekly newspaper in the town. 
Proprietors— Cheltenham Newspaper Co. (Ltd,), 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE ECHO. Daily (Five Editions), Id. 
Unionist.— Established 1873. 
Gives all the day's news, local, general, commercial, and 
Sporting. Full telegraphic services and adequate facilities for 
dealing promptly and fully with local events hare made this 
journal popular. 
The Echo is the only daily newspaper in the town. 
Proprietors — Cheltenham Newspaper Co. Ltd. 

CHUrSTOVr.— (MonntoMtAjAire.) 

Aseaport town near the mouth of the Wye, carrying on a considerable trade 
In timber, bark : extensive foundries, wood and iron shipbuilding yards, 
qnarries (7.000 tons a week conveyed to Avonmouth Dock), &c. Popula- 
tion (1919) 8,000.— Paper/or the district— 

CHEPSTOW WEEKLY ARGUS. Friday, Id. , 
Circulates in an extensive agricultural district, giving 
the local news very fully. One of the South Wales Argus, 
Newport, Series. 
Proprietors — South Wales Argns Ltd 

CHKRTSET.— (Surrey.) 

This town is one of the most ancient in theSouth of England, and is well 
known on account of the celebrated Abbey that once nourished here. 
Manufactures: Motor engineering and motor ear works. Boat building, 
furniture and aeroplanes. Population (1921) 15,126— Paper /or the district— 

SURREY HERALD AND EGHAM AND STAINES NEWS. 
Friday, Id. 

Unionist.— Established 1892. 

Circulates throughout North-West Surrey and South-West 
Middlesex, including Chertsey, Weybrldge, Walton-on-Thames, 
Egham, Staines and adjoining towns. The Surrey Herald is 
in every respect a well-conducted modern newspaper. 

Issues an edition for Woking. 

Proprietors- Rawlingsfc Walsh (Lim.). Tele. Chertsey 191. 
(Advt., p. 573.) 



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CHKfl H A M. — (Buckinffhamihire) . 

C'licahim innlmirmaiiiifacturlng (own In Ml>llluck>. Tho oblotlndustrii'i 
u-e liooiH mid 8bt)i>s. brualH'ii. bikI wooaenware. Tbo town Is also cbe 
ni'Dirr of an iiup<iriant •Krlouliural diatrlct. Wcdnoday !• market day. 
Poimiatiou iiiiaii a.Mj— p^l^l«l■rorU»4iJ(ri(Jt— 

BUCKS KXAMINEU. Friday, 2d. 
Neutral.— Established July 24, 1889. 
Ciroulates in Clieshain, Aniersnam, the Misgeudeng, the 
Cbalfonts, Chorley Wood and district. 
Proprikto lis— Page k Thomas (Ltd.) 
London Office— \3l, Finsbury Pavement, B.C. 2. Tele. Wall 
8756. 



CHBSTER (Chetkire.) 

The eapical of Chestiire; ia an ancient olty, remarkable for a peouliarlty of 
eoustructitm. The bouses are excavated from the rock tu tho depth of one 
story beneath the level of tbc ground on eacb side, and have i^iortiro 
runnlnK along their front, level with the ground at the back, but one 
story anove the street. These porticoes, wtiicli are called The Rows, 
afford a covered walk to pedeBtrians.and lieneatli them are shops and 
warebouses on a level with tho street. The ancient walls are kept in 

flood repair, and form adelightful promenade. The population (IdsntMai 
s principally engaged in agriculture, engineoriiiK. tobaoeo manufaoturiiiff 
and tba lead Industry.— /*a;>srs for (he district— 

CHESHIRE OBSERVER. Friday and Saturday, 2(i. 
Unionist.— Established 1851. 
Circulates in Cheshire, Shropshire, and North Wales, and 
gives excellent reports of all local events. The Obierrer is 
well conducted in every department. 

Pkoprietoes — The Cheshire and North Wales Newspaper 
Co. (Ltd.). 

London 0«Ee«— 57-59, Ludgate Hill, E.G. 4. Tele. Central 
6539. (Advt., p. 559.) 

CHESTER CHRONICLE. Saturday, 2d. 
Liberal.- Established 1775. 

Circulates through Cheshire, Shropshire, North Stafford- 
shire, North Wales, kc. 

Advocates Liberal politics. Gives special attention to all 
local and agricultural matters. Is the representative organ of 
thn Liberal party in these counties. 

Publish-er — Charles Smith. 

London Offiee— 115, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Central 2626. 
(Advt., p. 559.) 

CHESTER COURANT. Wednesday, Id. 
Unionist.— Established 1730. 
Circulates throughout Cheshire, Shropshire, Lancashire, 
Staffordshire, and North Wales. 
The country gentleman's newspaper. 
Manager — J. A. Birchall. 

London Offiee— a7-o9, Ludgate Hill, E.G. 4. Tele. Central 
6539. (Advt., p. 559.) 

CHESTER GUARDIAN AND RECORD. Tuesday L/. 
and Friday. 
Nectral.- 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. 
Proprietors — Mackie & Go. (Ltd.). 

London OffUe—1'3, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. Tele. City 7662. 
(Advt., p. 509. J 



CHESTKltFIEi:<I».—( DerVAire.) 

An important town, in a largo mining, enifineerius and agricultural district, 
a market esntre for thu nulj^hbournooil and lirnt numermis collieries, iron 
foundries, eni<ineerinj< works, extensive lUHUiug establishments, machine 
works, potteries. &c., &c. .whore wages are gootl. chosterOe id stands very 
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 steeple. Population 
(1»21) l.-J3»».— Papers /or the district— 

DERBYSHIRE COURIER. Saturday, 2d. 
Independent Liberal.— Established January 5, 1828. 
Ciroulates throughout the County of Derbyshire, North 
Notts and West Riding of Yorkshire, and is recognised as a 
leading county newspaper for all classes. 
Proprietors— The Derbyshire Courier (1912) Ltd. 
London Office — The Newspajier House, 169-170, Fleet Street, 
E.C. 4. Tele. City 2463. 

DERBYSHIRE TIMES. Friday for Saturday, 2d. 
Established January 5, 1854. 
Has a large circulation in Derbyshire and covers the greater 
part of the county thoroughly. 

Tho Derhyxhiro Timeg is the recognised county paper for all 
public notice and general advertisements. 
Pbophietors— Wilfred Edmunds (Ltd.). 
London 0$ce— 231, Strand, W.C. 2. Tele. Central 2994. 
(Advt., p. 660.) 



CBfBMTlBWt.ljK-n'TWlKBT. -(Durham.) 

A Urge town five utiles north of Dnrbain. having sxtenstva coal uilnst and 
Ironworks. Population (lirjll T^MU. Papvr for the dlttriti~ 

CHESTKR-LE-STREET CHRONICLK AND DISTRICT 
ADVERTISER. Friday, Urf. Established 1911. 
Circulates in Chester-le-Street, Birtley, Fatfield, Washington 
and district. 
The local news of the week is well presented. 
P110PKIET011.S— W. Clarke & Son, Lttl. 
London Office — Dunstan Chambers, 10-11, Fetter Lane, E.C. 



CmCHXlSTfiR.— (.SuMeJc.) 

Ajjcity and county, and municipal borough. It stands In aplain between 
theSouthdownHillsand thesea. and is enclosed by walls now formed into 
termoes, with walks. and shaded by elm-trees. It is the see of a bishop. 
Tbc 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 Oomucst. Population (1921) 12.410.— Paper lor the dislruX— 

CHICHESTER OBSERVER. Wednesday, U. 
Unionist.— Established 1887. 
Circulates in Chichester and the towns and villages of South- 
west Sussex. 
Proprietors — R. .T. Acford, Ltd. 
Loiuloii Office— 150, Fleet Street, E.C.4. Tele. Central 4206, 



CHIPPIIVC} WO»TOW.— (Ox/orrf/Aire.) 

A market and manufacturing town, noted for the inannfacture of tweeds, 
in an agricultural district, with a population of (1921) 8,s-i2.— Paper for 
the district— 

OXFORDSHIRE WEEKLY NEWS. Tuesday, \d. 
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. 
Publishert—Vf . 0. Hayes, Ltd. 



CHIdliKHIJIKST.— (/Tent.) 

A cbarmlnglysituated town and village about 9 miles from London. Poim. 
lation (1921)8.780.— Paper /or the district— 

CH18LEH0RST TIMES. Friday, 2d. 
Independent. — Established 1881. 
Circulates in Chislehurst, Paul's Cray, Mottingham, and the 
surrounding district. 

The Times is a well-produced journal, and has always been 
accorded Ic jal popularity for the independent spirit it displays 
in its criticisms. 
PublUhers — Kentish District Times Co. (Advt., p. 513.) 
loiit/oii Office— bb, Chancery Lane, W.C. Tele. Museum 72 



CHOMsKT.— (.Lo»iea«Air«.) 

A large town, with a population of |I921) .10.576. Cotton mannfactnre, 
bleaching and printing, iron works, engiueertng and wagon building are 
carried on to a large extent. There are also extensive collieries In the 
town, and surrounding townships, the latter being devoted to manu- 
facturing and agriculture.— Popers/or the district— 

CHOHLEY GUARDIAN AND LEYLAND HUNDRED 
ADVERTISER. Saturday, 2d. 
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 Chorley Qiutrdian isa thoroughly well-conducted journal, 
characterised by vigorous but independent criticism. 
Proprietors — S. Fowler k Sons. (Advt., p. 559.) 



CHORLEY WEEKLY NEWS. Saturday, IW. 
Established 1864. 

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 
tands to make a family journal popular. 

Pbopbietobs — Chorley News Co., Ltd. (Advt., p. 859.) 

London Office— U9, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holbom 8228. 



LEYLAND WEEKLY NEWS. 
See Chorley Weekly New; 



(Advt., p. 569.) 



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mUOlilBIGII.— ( Devonshire,) 

Amarkot-town.which was nearly destroyed by flrpiolfio?; but the re-huildin« 
commencedshortly after, and it has risen to bean important place io the 
r.ounty. It is situated in a rich agricultural district. It is also famnufe 
for cider nrchardB.and there are lar^e granite quarricB, brick iiiulclay works 
Intheneiffbhourhood. It is afavourito pUce for visitors. Population (1921) 
2,(Xa.— Paper/or the district-- 

SOUTH DEVON WEEKLY EXPRESS. Friday, Ji. 
Neutral.— Established July. 1855. 
Circulates in the town and district and contains all the local 
news. The only local paper. 
Pbopbiktor— A. R. Holoombe. (Advt , p. 572.) 



CHUJttCII STREXTOW.— (5/irop*Ai>*.) 

A rising health resort. A market town 124 miles from Shrewabury. Popula- 
tion (\Kl^ l.fiil.—Paper /or the district— 

CHURCH STRETTON ADVERTISER. Thursday. Id. 
Independent. — Established July. 1898. 

Circulates in the town and district of Church Stretton, and 
gives full and important reports 'of all events therein. In 
comment the Church Stretton Advertiser maintains a strictly 
neutral attitude. 

The Advertiser being independent of party ties both political 
and local, and seeking to promote the advancement of the town 
and district without liias, has won the confidence of itsreader.s. 
It contains many popular features. 

Propribtob— W. F. Marks. 



C EM D E ttfOn,n.—{Gtouceitersliire.) 

The most important mineral district in the Forest of Dean. There are 
extensive coal mines, quarries, iron-works and foundries established. 
The nnimlation of the Forest of Dean electoral area is 58,495,— Paper for 
thi district— 

DEAN FOREST MERCURY. AND WEST GLOUCESTER 
GAZETl'E Thursday and Friday, 2d. 
Progressive. — Established January 7, 1880. 
Circulates throughout the Forest of Dean and West Glouces- 
tershire generally. 

The Mercury receives all the Crown and official advertise- 
ments. A Special Edition for West Dean is published on 
Thursday and one for East Dean on Friday. 

Pbopbibtor — H, C. Grimwade. 



CIREWCE9TER.— (G/oucMterj&ire.) 

Called the m«tropoU8 of the Cotteswolds, The district is chiedy agricul. 
tural, and is a famous hunting country, the kennels of the V. w H 
Hounds being in the town. Population (lt»21) 7,408. — raver for' the 
district— 

\TTlhTS AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE STANDARD AND 
VV CIRENCESTER AND SWINDON EXPRESS. Satur- 
day, 2d. 

Conservative.— Established January 28, 1837. 

Circulates in North and North-west Wilts, Gloucestershire, 
and the western portions of Berks and Oxfordshire. 

It pays particular attention to all questions affecting the 
agricultural interest, is moderate in tone, avoiding personalities, 
and warmly advocates all that tends to promote moral, social 
and intellectual advancement. It has also a careful selection 
of literary matter. 

PublUhert — Cirenoegter Newspaper Co. (Ltd.). 



CI-ACTOW-OW-SEA.— (Ssex.) 

Thedevelopmentof this well-known watering-place on the East Coast has 
been very rapid. :.xn\ it is now one of the most popular seaside re-^orts 
on the East Coast. There is an excellent service of trains by the Great 
Eastern Railway. The resident population is UsWl) 17.04i» but in the 
season there are from 40,000 to 50,000.— Papers /or the district— 

OLACTON GRAPHIC AND EAST COAST ILLUS- 
TRATED NEWS, with which is incorporated the Clacton 
Gazette. Saturday, \d. 
Neutral. Established 1877. 
Circulates in Clacton and the district. 

Gives full and impartial accounts of all local news. Printed 
on good paper, it takes fine half-tones, and its illustrations, of 
which many appear, are excellently reproduced. 
Pbopbietors— C?ao<(w Oraphic Co, (Ltd.) 

CLACTON TIMES AND EAST ESSEX GAZETTE 
Saturday, \d. Established 1889. 
Circulates throughout East Essex and the popular seaside 
resorts of Clacton, Frinton-on-Sea and Walton-on-Naze. Is the 
official organ for all the local authorities, and is widely read bv 
both visitors and residents. 

Pboprjktors— A, Qnlck & Co, 



EAST ESSEX ADVERTISER AND CLACTON NEWS. 
Saturday, IJrf. 
Independent.— Established 1889. 

Covers a wide district of Essex, which includes the popular 
seaside resorts of Brightlingsea, Clacton-on-Sea, Frinton-on- 
Sea, Walton-on-Naze, Dovercourt, Harwich, &c. 
It gives full and reliable accounts of all local happenings. 
Proprietobs— East Essex Printing Works (Ltd.*. (Advt., 
p. 559.) 

CliECKHEATOTV ( Yorkshire.^ 

A prosperous industriiil town in .SiwuborouRli, the Hrtrest urban district in 
Yorkshire. Population C19J1) 14,000; Urban district, 3l,:i23.— Paper* /or the 
district— 

OLECKHEATON ADVERTISER AND SPENBOROUGR 
TIMES. Friday, 2d. 
Liberal.— Established 1864. 
A reprint of the Ilechmondmike Herald. (Advt., p. 564.) 

OLECKHEATON AND SPENBOROUGH GUARDIAN. 
Friday, 2d. 
Constitutional.— Established 1867. 
Circulates largely in a densely-populated industrial area. 
A local organ with special features. The Ouardian is 
printed in Cleckheaton. 
PROPBIETORS--E. Hirst & Son. 



CTLWVimtV .—{Somersetshire.) 

Isa fashionable he;ilth resort, situate on the BriatoIObannel, within aneaqr 
distanceby road orrailof Bristol, Clifton, Bath and Wells. Throughout 
theyear the titwn.in consequeiiceof thosalubrityof its climate and the 
many advantages it enjoys, is the resort of a lar^e number of visitors. It 
has a fine pier, opening up by steamboat the whol^ coast lin*- of Walea 
and North Devon ; also excellent golf links. PopuUtion (Iftil) 8,726. —Papar« 
for thedistrtct~ 

OLEVEDON MAIL & SOMERSET TIMES. 
See under Bristol. 

OLEVEDON MERCURY AND COURIER. Saturday, 2d. 
Established 1860. 
Circulates in Clevedon. Portishead, Yatton, Wringlon, 
Tickenham, Wraxall, Nailsea, Kingston Sevmour, Kenn, 
Walton - in - Oordano, Weston - in - Gordano. Worle, Walton, 
Clapton. Flax Bonrton. Long Ashton, Bnnkwell. and is the 
onlv newspaper entirely printed and published in the district, 
which it covers. 

PbopbIETOBS— Clevedon Printing Co. ( td.). 
CMTHEROE.— (Z,anc<«A.V«.) 

A manufacturing town at the foot of the westerly aide of Pendle Hfll, 
It is built on the banks of the River Ribble, and is on theLancashireand* 
Yorkshire and Midland Railways. The Midland Company has, within a 
comparatively few years, opened out the line further north, and Ir. ts 
the central town of about 30 villages and small towns. Population (1921) 
12,204 —Paper Jor ths district— 

OLITHEROE ADVERTISER AND TIMES. Friday, 2d, 
Neutral.— Established 1885. 
Circulates in Clitheroe and throughout the Ribble valley. 
The Advertiser and Times is full of the local and district 
news and selection of general intelligence. 
Publisher — Advertiser and Times Co. 

CO A.WjlTT'tjVilR.— (Leicestershire:) 

The Coalville Urban District Council area contains (1916) 25,000 inhabltanti. 
It stands iu a great coal district. Paper for the district— 

COALVILLE TIMES. Friday, 2(i. 
Neutral.— Established January. 1892. 
Circulates throughout Coalville. Whitwick. Hugglescote, 
Ibstock, Shepshed. Ashby-de-Ia-Zoueh, 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. 

Proprietors— A. Wilkins k Son. 



COCKERKIOUTH.— (Cumier/ond.) 

Is a town in the centre of a wide agricultural and mining district. It fi 
the market town for the populous mining and manufacturing towns and 
villaires iu Weit Cumberland. Population (1*21) ■*.845— i»ap«r« /or (A« 
district— 

COCKERMOUTH FREE PRESS. Wednesday. Gratis. 
Nectral. Established 1899. 
A four page paper (2 pp. during war) containing local news 
and advertisements, delivered free in Cockermouth and district. 
Pnhlisher—k. 3. Lithgow, 6, Station Street. 

WEST CUMBERLAND TIMES. 
Wednesday, Irf. Saturday, 2d. 
Independent.— Established March, 1874. 
The " Times " is well known throughout the West of Cum- 
berland, circulating in a large agricultural, coal mining, iron 
ore mining, engineering, iron and steel and shipbuilding area. 
Proprietors- Brash Brothers (Ltd.). (Advt., p. 535.) 



THE ENGLISH PROVINCIAL NEWSPAPER PRESS . 

COI<IVE.— ( Lancashire.) 



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COI^CHBHTKR.— (£m«x.) 

Thr nnrjt'nt Ilotntui r>l.att»norc>iiiiul<)i)nniini,fin(ltl)f*prfnRfiml titwn InlCsiie x. 
In the Ii<';»il'uiiut.'r>i M i\if> i\iW\w»U'T I*.trll»iiuMitary l)ivUh»n.rt'tiiriiiiig oiio 
Menilni. It titHiiUrt on the Cnltif, wliidi is luiviK'iblt' to Ihc town 
fur v.n-irls nf ISO toim; town carrlis on m khoiI trnde in HKriciiliuml 
l<roilii(-c tititl riiltlc. It li HI) iiiiiiortiint inilitiiry Rarridoii. and tlicrv 
«rf I'xtriisivr iiifanrry, cavalry, ariilh'ry. and t-nKiiit-er harracks. toKcther 
wiOi a niiliriiry liospiral, said to W tht> t1iK>»t in tlio country. It U Also 
iiiitfd for itrt o> -iXi-T tl«hprit'»,«ngin<'crin« works, hortloultuml gardeni, &c- 
Pdliulathtn I I'.fjli \:\.sn .— Pnp^t /or the diatr ict— 

COLC n KSTE li G AZ ETT E. Wudnosdny morning, \d. 
CoxsEBVATivB.— EsUiblislied July, 1814. 
Circulates in tho borough of Colchester ami immediate neigh- 
bourhood. 

Contains a comprehensive and well-arranged record of all 
occurrences of local interest, reports of tho proceedings of 
public bodies, and political and religious meetings, &c., brief 
original comments on local topics, local illustrations, &c. 
Pboprietobs— Benhain k Co. Ltd. 

ESSEX AND SUFFOLK NEWS. Saturday, 2d. 
Conservative.— Established November 7, 1857. 
Circulates in Colchester, Braintree, Witham, Maldon, Chelms- 
ford, Harwich, Sudbury, Bury St. Edmunds, Hadleigh, Haver- 
hill, Saffron Walden, and throughout Es.sox and Suffolk. 
Ptthlisliir — E. Lewis. 



ESSEX COUNTY STANDARD, WEST SUFFOLK 
GAZETTE, AND EASTEKN COUNTIES ADVER- 
TISER. Saturday morning, 2</. 
CONSKBV ATI VB.— Established January, 1831. 
Circulates throughout Essex, Suffolk, and the other Eastern 
counties. 

The Emex 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, &c., &c., 
ancl popular special articles on various local and general topics ; 

Eays special attention to agricultural affairs ; gives compre- 
ensive reports of county meetings, &c., and has, for upwards 
of ninety years, been the recognised organ for the publica- 
tion of county and borough, and Government advertise- 
ments, &c. 
PBOPBiETOBa— Benham & Co. Ltd. (Advt., p. 562.) 

ESSEX COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 
Tuesday and Friday, 2d. 

Liberal.— Established May 1, 1858. 

The Essex 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, illustrations and 
portraits in connection therewith. 

It is a good family paper, and by reason of its originality 
U eagerly sought after. 

Publisher— C\ia.r\ei Gale. (Advt., p. 562.) 



CtHitLVavm.—iGlmicetterthire.) 

It is themetropolis of the Poregt of Dean, and the centre of this Important 
Iron and coal district. The principal Btation of the Severn and Wye Rail- 
way Company Ig at Ooleford. Population (1921 2.781— Paper for the 
district— 

DEAN FOREST GUARDIAN. Thursday, 2d. 
Conservative.— Established July 3rd, 1874. 
CirculatcsthroughNewland, Redbrook, Monmouth, Staunton, 
English Bicknor, Ruardean, Drybrook, Mitcheldean, Cinder- 
ford, Newnham, Blakeney, Lydney, Bream, St. Briavels, 
Lvdbrook, and throughout the entire district of the Forest 
of Dean. 

BublUher—hrihuT T. Bright. (Advt.. p. 560.) 



COIiEHHII^Ii.— ( Warwickshire.) 

A market-town, with a population of (IWl) 5,815.— Paper /or eA« dittrict^ 

OLESHILL CHRONICLE & NUNEATON STANDARD. 
Saturday, \d. 

Neutral.— Established 1874. 

Circulates in Coleshill and North Warwickshire, including 
Arley, Bickenhill, Castle Brorawich, Curdworth, Fillongley, 
Great Packington, Little Packington, Kingsbury, Lea, 
Minworth, Mansion, Ma.xstokc, M.nideu, Nuneaton, Nether 
Whitacre, Over Whitacre, Shustoke, Water Orton, 
Wishaw, &o. 

The Chronicle gives full reports of local events, and a digest 
of general news. 

Propbietob-s— Thomas Burbidge & Sons. (Advt,, p. 565.) 



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A larxe town. In a nianiifai'turiOK dlltrlct, with a popoUtlOn Of tll,lM 

—Paper for the dintriet— 

COLNE AND NELSON TIMES. Friday, 2<J. 
Independent.— Established 1874. 
Circulates in Colne. Nelson. Barrowford, Brierfleld, Burnley, 
Skipton, and West Riding of Yorkshire. 
Reports the local and district news fully. 
Proprietors— R. Hyde Sc Sons. (Advt., p. 569.) 

COE-l^VYW BA.V.— (Denbighshire.) 

A rialng watering-place, with a population of (11121) l»,00O.— Pojieri for Iht 
dietriet— 

NORTH WALES PIONEER. Thursday, 2d. 
Established 1898. 

Circulates along the North Wales Coast and in the counties 
of Denbigh, Flint, Carnarvon and Merioneth. 

Propbiktors — Welsh Coast Pioneer (Ltd.) 

London Office — 4-7, St. Ann's Chambers, Broadway, Ludgate 
Hill, E.C.-). 

OOLWYN BAY AND NORTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS. 
Localised edition of the Xorth Wales Weekly Netcs, 
Conway. Thursday, 2d. Liberal. 

COlVCIiKTOH (Cheshire.) 

Is a municipal borough, and is the centre of a large manufacturing and 
agricultural district. Ita staple trades are silk, fustian, towel, wearing, 
enffineerlng worts, cigar nnd cigavette making. It Is a market town and 
has a verypictures([Ue locality. Population (ly.il) i3,217.~Papers /or the 
district— 

CONGLETON CHRONICLE. Saturday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1865. 
Circulates widely in Congleton, Macclesfield, Sandbach, 
Biddulph, Bradley Green, Mow Cop, and the adjoining towns. 

Proprietor— Robt. Head. 

CONGLETON GUARDIAN. Tuesday, Id., and Friday, 2d. 
Neutral.— Established 1889. 
A reprint of the Crewe Guardian. (Advt., p. 509.) 



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CONGLETON TIMES. Friday 2(i. 
Liberal.— Established 1872. 

See under Macclesfield, 

COar SETT.— ( Durham . ) 

Is situated within a short distance of Newcastle-un-Tyn* 
for its iron-works, the largest in thekiugdom, empll 
six thousand persons. It is also the centre of an extenarv~e'^flMlflning 
and iron-working district, including Black Hill, Leadgate, Towlaw, 
Stanley, Annfleld Plain, Dipton, Bamhope, Langley Park, Ebchester, Lan* 
Chester, Medorasley, BishoivAurkland, West Auckland, Crook, and 
many other places noted for their industrial enterprise. Population 
(1921) 12.151.— Papers /or the district- 

CONSETT AND STANLEY CHRONICLE. Friday, U. 
Independent.— Established 1894. 
Circulates in Consett, Blackhill, Annfield Plain, Stanley, 
Chester-le-Street, and North-West Durham. 

The Chronicle is an excellent local newspaper, and discusses 
political affairs independently. 

Pu blisher — Philip C. Neasham, 

OONSETT GUARDIAN. Thursday, 2d. 
Liberal.— Established September 1, 1860. 

Circulates in Consett, Shotley Bridge, Blackhill, Annfield 
Plain, Stanley, and generally throughout the iron and coal 
mining districts of West Durnam. 

Is a family rather than a political paper ; devotes a large 
space to the local news of the town and neighbourhood, and 
epitomises the general intelligence. 

Proprietors— Robert Jackson k Co. (Advt., p. 659.) 
COS 'WAV.— {Carnarvon.) 

A seaport and market town, four mllas south of Llandudno. It is enclosed in a 
lofty wall, and contains the raios of a magnificent castle^ btiilt in 1284. 
Does a small oonscing trade nnd enjoys consMeriihle popularity as a summer 
resort. Popnlatlou lliKl/ 6.506.- Pupers/or the Vittriet— 

NORTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS. 
Liberal.— Thursday, 2d. Established February, 1883. 
Gives all the news of North Wales, and special articles of 
interest to the agricultural and other industries in the 
district. In addition to the general edition for North Wales, 1? 
other localised editions are published for various centres. 
Propbiktobs— R, E, Jones d Bros, 



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•TTALE OF OLWYD WEEKLY NEWS. Id. See North 
V Wales Weekly Veins. 

VALE OF CONWAY WEEKLY NEWS. 2il. See North 
Walet Weekly News. 



PoimlatioQ of district aboii 



COIHifEIf.— (i/enoMer/w/ure.) 

A town on the Dee 12 miles N E. of Bala by rail. 
(IBai) 3.000.— /'npar /or tht tiutrict— 

ADSAIN. (The Echo.) Tuesday, Irf. 
Established 1903. 

Circulates in Corwen, Bala, Llangollen, &c. Gives local 
news in Welsh and English. 
Publuhert—CoTwen Printing Co. 



COUIiSDOW— (/Swrrey.) 

A growing reildential town fire miles south of Croydon. Population, Coulsdon 
and Parley (1921) 21. 4a3.— Paper for the dUtrict.— 

COULSDON & PURLEY WEEKLY RECORD. Friday, Id. 
Independent. Established 1912. 
Circulates in Coulsdon, Purley, Chipstead, Tadworth, Walton, 
anderstead, and district. Contains very full reports of all 
local happenings and is a well produced country weekly. 

Publisher— T. Minty. 



COV Ear THY.— ( Warwickshire. ) 

An ancient municipality returninK one Member to Parliament. Lons 
celebrated for the production of watches and ribbons. Coventry has 
now become the leading centre for the motor and cycle industries. There 
are also larRS ordnance works, foundries, tool and machine manufactories 
and other branches of the iron and steel industries. A considerable trade 
is also done in trimminKs, Bitk. worsted, and other textile fabrics. The 
Warwickshire coalfield which is being extensively developed extends up to 
the Ijoundaries of the city. Coventry is one of the most rapidly growing 
towns in the kingdom, its population having doubled in a little over 10 years. 
Population (1921) 12S,205.— Papers /or tite district— 

COVENTRY HERALD, with which is incorporated the 
Coventry Times. 

Friday and Saturday, 2d. 

Liberal.— Established 1808. 

Circulates in Coventry, and throughout Kenilworth, War- 
wick, Leamington, Bedworth, Foleshill, and the towns and 
villages of North Warwickshire, comprising a population of 
300,000. 

Is the oldest Liberal paper in the city, and in the Northern 
division of Warwickshire. 

PuUisher — Richard Simmons. 

London— Hi, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Central 4481. 

COVENTRY STANDARD & GENERAL ADVERTISER 
for Warwickshire and the Midlands. Friday, 2d. 
Conservative. — Established 1741. 

Circulates in Warwickshire and several counties adjoining, 
but principally in the city of Coventry, and the extensive agri- 
cultural, mining and manufacturing, engineering and textile 
districts surrounding the city. It is the oldest newspaper in 
the county. 
Pboprietobs— Thomas Burbidge & Sons. (Advt., p. 659.) 

MIDLAND DAILY TELEGRAPH. Id. 
Established 1891. 
Circulates throughout the Midland counties. 
The Telegraph gives all the latest local and general news, 
and a first-class supply of telegraphic intelligence. 
Manager — Richard Simmons. 
Londw Office— m, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 4481. 



COfTGS (IsU of Wight.) 



The cnieC seaport of the Isle of Wight, is situated at the inoutb of the river 
Medina. It derive! its name from two block honses or "Cowcs." The 
one at West Cowes ie now the cluD-house of the Itoyal Yacht Squadron. 
Cowegis connected with Newport and other parts by the Isle of Wight 
Central Railway. Population (IWl) 9.998. Paper /or the district— 

ISLK OF WIGHT HERALD AND COWES AND EAST 
COWES NEWS. Friday, Id, Established 1864. 
Circulates in Cowes, East Cowesj and the Island generally. 
Proprietor— G. Fellows. 



CRAOIiKY -anA.TW.— Staffordshire, 

li a populous tcwn in the Ulack Country, iiart of the Rowley Regis Urban Dis- 
trict which alHo eiiibnues Uld Hill, Rowley, llbickheath andTurndale, whilst 
it is sUo adjncent to the large rural area of tlalesoweii. The Rowley itaiishes 
are in the PaniKtiientary i-oro' of Dudley w hiUt tb. llaletoweu parishes aie 
in North Worcesteisbiie. Cradley Heath is the home of the chain trade and 
thare are also important mluiuj,' and engiueeriug industries carried on. 
Paper for tKe dittricl— 



/"(OUNTY EXPRESS AND DUDLEY MERCURY. 
\y NoN- Political.— Established 1907. Saturday, 2d. 

Is a paper which covers the important area between Cradley 
Heath and Birmingham including Cradley Heath, Quarry Bank, 
Old Hill, Rowley, Blackheath, Quinton, Halesowen, Hill, 
Hawne, Cakemore, Lapal lUey, etc. 

Qfflee—81, High Street, Cradley Heath. 

PBOPEIETORii— The County Express, Ltd. 

ioTKfon O/^ca— 231, Strand. Tele. Central 2994. (Advt., p. 
559.) 



CStA.'%¥IjMX'.—(Sussex. ) 

A thriving market-town, in the centre of a large agricultural and eportioff 
district.— Paper for the diitrict— 

SUSSEX AND SURREY COURIER. Thursday 2d. 
Established 1881. 
A localised edition of the East Grinstead Observer . 
Pbopbietors— Farncombe & Co. (Ltd.). (Advt., p. 573.) 



CltAYFOMI*— (A'eTCi.) 



A growing town 6 miles from Woolwich. Has large engineering works, 
tion about 7.000.— Paper for the district— 



Popula- 



ORAYFORD CHRONICLE. Friday, 2d. 
Independent. Established 1916. 
Circulates in Crayford, Slade Green, Dartford Heath, etc. 
Office— 19, High Street, Dartford. 

Publishers — Kentish District Times Co., Ltd. (Advt., p. 513. ) 
London Office — 55, Chancery Lane, W.C. Tele. Museum 7239. 



CRXSDITOIi {Devonshire.) 

An iiuporrant market town in North Devon, noted for its wholesale hoot and 
shoe luanufactorit'B, Chief town in SouthmoltonparliamentarydiTiBion 
of Devon. Population C19"-l) 10,087.— i*ap«r/or tht district— 

CREDITON CHRONICLE AND NORTH DEVON 
GAZETTE. Saturday, \id. 
Independent.— Established 1871. 

Conducted with special attention to the interests of local 
agriculturists and manufacturers. 
Pbopeietobs — Gregory & Son. 



CRE^Vr E {Cheshire. ) 

Orewe is the site of the London and North-western Railway Works, at which 
ten thousand drst-clasa mechanics are empluycd. Population (1921) 
46,477— Papers for the district— 

CREWE CHRONICLE. Friday, 2d. 
Liberal.— Established 1874. 
Has a large circulation in this important neighbourhood. 
Reports all the local news very fully and is a good family 
newspaper. 

Publislier — Charles Smith. 

Xonion Office— \\i, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 2626. 

OREWE AND NANTWICH OBSERVER. Thursday 
evening, 2d. 
Unionist. Established 1908. 
Has an extensive circulation in this busy centre. 
Manager— J. A. Birchall. (Advt., p. 559. ) 
London Office— m-b^, Ludgate Hill, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 6539 

CREWE GUARDIAN. Tuesday, 1 ., and Friday, 2d. 
Nedtbal.— Established 1863. 
The local news of the district, with general intelligence, is 
very fully given. 
Proprietors — Mackie & Co. (Limited). 
Lfyndfm Office— US, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. City 7662. 
(Advt., p. .509.) 



CROHKB — {Norfolk.) 

An important watering-place on the ea»t coast, largely resorted to in 
the season. Population (1921) 6 435.— Papers /or the district— 

OROMER AND NORTH NORFOLK POST. Friday, 2d. 
Unionist. Established 1890. 
Circulates in Cromer, Sheringham, and North Norfolk 
generally. 

Publishers— the Norfolk Press Syndicate (Ltd.)., Holt, 
Norfolk. 

CROMER EDITION OF NORFOLK NEWS AND 
WEEKLY PRESS. Saturday, Id. 
A localised issue of the Norwich Aor/olk News and Weekly 
Press. 



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CRO trnO RO U« «..— (Sussex.) 

A populnr and Krowina inland hPnlth reitort. Fam'tuR for Us high iltua- 
tloD.nno views, luTigorallDg air and gcilf liukB—/'iip«r /or t/u di$trM-- 

CROWBOROUGH AND UCKFIELD WEEKLY. 
Saturday, 2d. 
Independent.— Kstablished 1903. 
Issued as a supplement to the Southern Weekli/ News, Brighton. 



A im.iU town whoM chief IndustriM ar« AgrlouUnn, Pa«t UoM Worki and 
Brvwing and flax factory- Population (1921) ,a.OIO— Pap«r/or Uu dutriet— 

CROWLE ADVERTISER AND ISLE OF AXHOLME 
NEWS. Saturday. Id. 
Indbfe.vdknt. Established 1871. 

Circulatesin Crowle, Epworth, Althorpe, Keadby.and district. 
A four-page paper containing the local news of the week. 

Puilithen—The We of Axholme Printing Co., Ltd. 



CROYOOW.— (Surrey.) 

Is a large, neat, and pU-aaant town, retaining very little of Ite ancient 
character. It waaincorporateUaBaborou^binlSgs with a mayor, 12 alder- 
men, and 36counrill<ira. It is 9^ miles from London, with which it has 
excellent railway coninuinicatton. Croydon returns two Members of 
Parliament. It is now a County Borough, The population (1921), 190,877, 
lathe largest of any town in Surrey, and is rapidly increasing.— Pa;»cr« 
/or the district— 

CROYDON ADVERTISER. Friday, 2d. 
Independent.— Established February, 1869. Incor- 
porates the Croydon Guardian, and Croydon Express. 

An ably conducted paper which has a large circulation in 
Croydon and the district. 

Peoprietob — Exors. of the late Jesse W. Ward. 



CROYDON TIMES. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, Id. 
Liberal.- Established June, I860. 
Circulates in Croj-don and surrounding district. 
Pbopribtok— E. B. Purnell. 



DAIiTOlV-fH-FURarESS (Lancashire.) 

A large town a few miles from Barrow-in-Fumess. The centre of a rich 
raining district. Population (1921 ) l23CS.~Paper8 for the district— 

D ALTON GUARDIAN.— f/See Barrow Guardian.) (Advt., 
p. 555.) 



D ALTON NEWS. Saturday, 2rf. 
Independent.— Established 1883. 
A localised edition of the Barrow News. (Adyt., p. 555.) 



DjtRIil.^CTOX {Durham.) 

A. county borough and the chief town betwoen Leeds and Newcastle 
8ituiit*-d on tUt; burdera of Yorkshire and Co. Durham. It is the centre of 
the wide a«ricultural, manufacturing, and mining' district of North 
Yorkshire and South Durham. Its iwsition on the main railway line 
between Lmtlon and Edinburgh brings the town into intimate contact 
with the piirts on both East and West coasts, and with ttic extensive 
manufacturing districts of Yorkshire and [<aneashire, as well as with 
the important sliiiv-building and engineering trades of the Tyne. 
Wear, and Tees. It is the enjrineering centre of the North-Eastern 
Kiilway Company, whose extensive locomotive works are located here as 
well as oth'-r large engine, forge, railway and gas plant, and waggon and 
bridge-building works. There are also iron and steel-rolling mills, wire 
mills and woollen factories. Darlington has a population of (1921)55,633, 
which is rapidly increasing.— Papers for the dUtrict— 

DARLINGTON AND STOCKTON TIMES, RIPON AND 
RICHMOND CHRONICLE. Saturday, 2(/. 
Independent. — Established 1847. 

Circulates throughout the county of Durham, and the 
North and West Ridings of Yorkshire, including Darlington, 
Stockton-on-Tees, Middlesbrough, the Hartlepools, Barnard 
Castle, Ripon, Richmond, Reeth, Northallerton. Masham, 
Bidale, Thirsk, Leyburn, Askrigg, Hawes. Helmgley, Kirby- 
mooraide, Stokesley, Guisborough, Redcar, Yarm, Whitby, 
Hie Aucklands, VVeardale and Teesdale. 
Advocates measures on their merits, with a decided lean- 
1 ing in favour of necessary and beneficial reform ; and especial 

P attention is given to all subjects calculated to promote 
■ocial progress. The Darlington and Stockton Times contains 
every week special and exclusive articles on agriculture, 
the estate and property markets, and the iron, coal, and 
engineering trades. 

Publishers— The Darlington and Stockton Timet Co. (Ltd.) 
(Advt.. p. 560.) 



NORTHERN EVENING DESPATCH. Daily, Id. 
Liberal and Progressive. Bstablished September 6, 1914. 
The Northern Despatch is a newcomer amontr the daily press, 
but already it has made great headway in the Northern counties. 
Sharing the iVorth«rn A'oAo'.« special facilitien for the collec- 
tion of news, it gives the latest foreifp and general intelligence 
as received, in its several editions dally. 

Proprietors.— North of England Newspaper Co. (Ltd.). 

LondonOffiee — The Newspaper House, 169-170, Fleet Street, 
E.C.4. Tele. City 2464. (Advt. p. 625.) 

"VTORTHERN ECHO. Daily (Morning), \d. 

L> Liberal and Pboorkssive.— Est,ablished 1869. 

The Northern Echo is the chief Liberal and I'rogressive 
paper published between Leeds and Dundee, and circulates 
very extensively in these districts, particularly throughout the 
five Northern counties. It is essentially s paper for the 
home. 

, The Northern Echo is conducted on the most modern 
journalistic lines. As a political and commercial journal 
it has obtained a position of great influence by the vigour 
with which it is conducted, and the "thorough" character 
of its opinions. Its leading articles are characterised by 
individuality of thought, and are constantly quoted. The 
foreign and general news is exclusive, whilst the local news 
is full and complete, and the claims are fully met of the 
North-eastern seaports and the populous and wealthy mining 
and engineering districts where the Northern Eeho is the 
recognised commercial organ. 

Proprietors — North of England Newspaper Co. (Ltd.) 

London Ofjiee — The Newspaper House, 169-170, Fleet Street, 
E.C. 4. Tele. City 2464. (Advt., p. 525.) 



XfORTH STAR. Daily (Morning), Id. 
LM Unionist.— Established 1880. 

Circulates throughout Northumberland, Durham and North 
Yorkshire. 

The North Star is equipped with an all-night direct private 
wire between its Head Office an^i London. It is thus in a 
position to give late and full news. 

Publishers — North Star Newspaper, Ltd. 

London Office— 92, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. City 6670 
(Advertisement), City 9824 (Editorial). 



nA.wtTi?ann.—(Kent.) 

A large town in the agricultural and manufacturing district of North-west 
Kent, with a population of (1921) 26,005.— Papers for the district— 

DARTFORD CHRONICLE. Friday, 2(i. 
Independent.— Established 1869. 
Circulates in Dartford and district. 
Offices— i9, High Street. 

Publishers — Kentish District Times Co. (Ltd.). (AdTt. , p. 51 3.) 
London Office — 55, Chancery Lane, W.C. Tele. Museum 7239. 

WEST KENT ADVERTISER. Friday, 2d. 
Established 1876. 
The recognised county paper for North-West Kent. The 
West Kent Advertiser is a well-conducted journal. 
Publishers —F . and E. W. Snowden. 



OA.WtTMOT!Tn.— (Devonshire.) 

18 a municipal borough, verj- picturesquely situated on the weal aide of the 
harbour formed by the river Dart. It ie remarkable for its fine iand- 
locki'd harbour, and is a large coaling p<»rt for steamsliips. There are 
also two shipbuilding and repairing yards, also agricultural centre with 
weekly markets. Population (1921) 7, '201.- Papers for the district— 

DARTMOUTH k SOUTH HAMS CHRONICLE. Friday, 2d. 
Independent.- Established Januarv 2, 1854. 
The only newspaper printed in Dartmouth, 
Circulates throughout South Devon and the West of England. 
A good county family paper, giving local and district news 
fully. Considerable space is devoted to agricultural, commer- 
cial and shipping intelligence. 

Proprietors— R. Cranford & Son. 

DARTMOUTH WESTERN GUARDIAN. Thursday, Hd. 
Independent.— Established 1882. 
Circulates in Dartmouth and district. 
A localised edition of the Western Guardian, Totnes. 



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nA.WtJ/¥KV.—(Lanc<uhire.) 

An important and popalous raanutacturlng towii.ai raileg south from Black- 
burn and smiles north trora Bolton, on the Blackburn and Bolton branch 
of the Lancashiri-and Yorkshire Railwar.andinavale of theriyerDarwen 
are numerous paper-making, paper-staining, and cotton mills in the 
town and neighbourhood. Darwen is a municipal borough, and is the 
head of a Petty Sessional Division. Population (IMl) 37,91j.-i>aper» 
for Iha district— 

DARWEN NEWS. Saturday, 2d. Wednesday, Id. 
Liberal.— Established 187*. 

Is the recognised organ of the Liberal party for the Darwen 
Parliamentary Division; circulates extensively among all 
classes in Darwen, Blackburn, and surrounding districts; gives 
lengthy and reliable reports of local events, carefully-written 
summaries of general news, accurate commercial informa- 
tion, reviews, &c. Wednesday's issue is the only mid-weekly 
paper published in the Darwen Division. 

Pbopeietor— J. J. Riley. 

DARWEN WEEKLY ADVERTISER. Friday, K 
Independent. Established 1893. 
Circulates in Darwen and district. 
Gives all local notes and news, 
Propeibtoe— N. Leach. 

WAVEIBTH.Y. — (Northamptonshire.) 

A market-town 12 miles west of Northampton and on the London and 
North Western Railway. It possesses several large manufactories for 
boots and shoes. Market day, Tuesday. Population (1821) 3,630.— Paper 
/or the (tiBtrict— 

DAVENTRY EXPRESS. Saturday, Id. 
Established 1860. 
Circulates in Daventry and the neighbourhood. 
Pbopeietor — H. Ghown. 

OAliVliISH.— ( Devonshire.) 

A Watering Place on the South Coast greatly resorted to by invalidsforlts 
balmy air and excellent bathing fHCilities both for ladlcsaud gentlemen. 
The Great Western Railway main line runs along the beach and connects 
the town with Exeter. Plymouth, Falmouth, and Penzance. Population 
(1921) 4,672.— Paper /or tfte district— 

DAWLISH GAZETTE. Saturday, Id. 
Neutbal.— Established 1897. 
Circulates in the town and district. The only local paper. 
Propbietoe— W. J. Holman. 

» EAT..— {Kent.) 

IB afashionablewatering-place.muchfrequented by visitors for itsbracing 
sea breezes, and excellent bathing facilities ; commands af uU view of the 
Downs, the Goodwin Sands, and the coast of France ; is provided with a 
commodious and ornamental iron landing and promenade pier approach- 
able by vessels at all times of the tide. Upper and LowerWalnier are close 
to the town; in theformer is WalmerCastle.and atthc latter the training 
-depot of the Royal Marines. Population (1921)12,990.— Papers for tfie 
district— 

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. 
Peoprietoes— 0. Denne & H. J. Joce. (Advt., p. 561.) 

TPvEAL, WALMER, AND SANDWICH MERCURY. 
J J Friday, Ud. 

Unionist. — Established June 1, 1866, 

Circulates in Deal, Walmer, Sandwich, Dover, and the 
surrounding villages. 

Proprietors— T. F. Pain & Sons. 

MfKlitltGlt.— {Denbighshire.) 



A parliamentary and municipal borough. The polling centre for the county. A 
^reat resort of visitors, on account of the magnificent old ciistle bo famous in 
Velsh history, and destroyed by Cromwell, and the splendUl scenery of the 



fl,783. -Papcri for the dutrict— 

BANER AC AMSERAU CYMRD (Banner and Times of 
Wales). Saturday, 2d. 
Liberal. — Established 1843. 

It is printed in the Welsh language, and is devoted to the in- 
terests of the Principality, special notice being taken of all 
matters which concern political, social, and agricultural 
interests. 
Publishers -Gee & Son, Ltd. 
London Office— US, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. City 4367. 

DENBIGHSHIRE FREE PRESS— DENBIGH. RUTHIN- 
VALE OF CLWYD; LLANRWST AND VALE OF 
CONWAY, AND FLINTSHIRE FREE PRESS. 
Friday, Id. 
Independent. — Established May, 1881. 
Circulates in Denbigh, Ruthin, The Vale of Clwyd, and 
throughout the countjes of Denbigh, Flint, and Merioneth, 

"An independent journal for all classes and pariies 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. 
Pbopbietobs— Charles Gottom & Co. 



-\-rORTH WALES TIMES. Friday, Id. 
xN Liberal.— Established April, 1895. 

Circulates in the counties of Denbigh, Flint, Merioneth, and 
North Wales generally. Printed in English. 

A thorough exponent of Liberal politics. An excellent 
report is given of all local intelligence, and a well-arranged 
summary of general news. 

Pbopbietobs— Gee & Son, Ltd. 

Zondoii O^M— 118, Fleet Street, E.C, 4, Tele. City 4367. 

nWlB'T.— (Derbyshire.) 

A parliamentary (double) county borough. Headquarters and works of the 
Midland Railway Co., also Rolls-Boyce Motor Co. Famous in the past for 
its silk manufactures; it has numerous irwn works of importance ; there 
are also several lace manufactcries and porcelain works, which are much 
celebrated ; and manufactories where all kinds of ornaments are made of 
the marbles, spar, petrifactions, &c., found in the vicinity. Many hands 
are employed here in the lapidary and jewellery liranches, aud its 
agricultural districts create considerable trade in malt. It has rolling 
mills, foundries, motor works, soap works, and bleaching grounds. 
Population (1921) 129,836.— Papers /orthe district— 

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 and 
telegraphic news. 
Proprietors— E. M. Pike (Ltd.). 

London 0§fx—&2, Ludgate Hill, E.C. 4. Tele. City 3578. 
(Advt., p. 560.) 



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ERBY DAILY EXPRESS. Daily, 8 to 12 pages, \d. 
Established November, 1884. Football Express (published 
during season) 2(?. 

Circulates in Derby and in all the towns and villages in 
Derbyshire ancl parts of Staffordshire. Has afull news service, 
publishes latest stock exchange and sporting news and shows 
great enterprise in reporting local matters. It has direct 
private wires to London and Birmingham. It is a bright and 
readable " evening," paying special attention to its make-up 
and printing. 
Proprietors — 'Devhy Mercury and Express (Ltd.V 
London OffUe—MS, Fleet Street, E.C. 4 Tele. Central 4481. 
(Advt., p. 510.) 

DERBY MERCURY. Friday, 2(i. 16 pages. 
Constitutional — Established 1732. 

Circulates extensively through the town and county of Derby 
and the adjoining counties. 

Advocates the 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, 

Pkoprietoes— Derby Mercury and Express (Ltd.), 

London Office— Vl^, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 4481. 

DERBY REPORTER. Friday, 2d. 
Liberal. — Established January, 1823. 

Is a county family paper, circulating over a wide area in- 
cluding the adjacent parts of North Staffordshire, Leicester- 
shire, and Nottinghamshire, 

Gives special attention to politics, and to agriculture ; gives 
the news of the week, local and general, fully and satis- 
factorily. 

Proprietors— E. M. Pike (Ltd.). 

London OljUe-^2, Ludgnte Hill, E.C. 4. Tele. City. 3678. 
(Advt., P.560.J 

DERBYSHIRE ADVERTISER. Friday and Saturday, 2(/. 
Unionist.- Established January, 1846. 

The Advertiser has a very large circulation amongst the 
nobility, clergy, professional classes, agriculturists, trades- 
people, and general community throughout Derbyshire, North 
Staffordshire, aud portions of the adjacent counties of Chester, 
Notts, and Leicester. It reports with fulness, accuracy, and 
impartiality the local news of the county borough of Derb^, 
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.G.2. (Advt., p. 560.) 

Tele. Bank 6362. 

OEW\X,K(t.—{Wiltshire.) 

Is one of the five royal boroughs in England and the Returning town for the 
Devizes or East Wilts parliaiueuiary division. It 18 surrimnded by a 
very extensive and important agricultural district, and ils market is 
one of the largest in the West of England. The County Asfeizes and 
ouarter Sessions are held here. The Oounty Asylum, the Military Depot 
and a Military Detention Prison are within the borough, and niucuof the 
public business of the county is here transacted. Large Joinery works, 
saw mills, tobacco factory, milk and cheese dairies, bacon factory, «c. 
Population 11921) 6,022.— Papers /or the district- 



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DEVIZES AND WILTSHIRE A.DVKRTISER. 
Thursday, Id. Libekal.— Estnblisliod I85T. 
Ciroulntcs throughout Wiltshire, and in the adjoining; 
counties, nmon^st all classes. Only Liberal paper in East 
Wilts. A popular family paper. 
Pkoprietoks — Deviises and Wiltshire Advertiser Co., Ltd. " 
London Oy?J««— 145, Fleet Street, E.C.4. Tele. Holborn 4934. 

WILTSHIRE GAZETTE. Thursday, 2i. 
C0N8KBVATIVE.— Establislied January, 1816. 
Circulates stenerally throughout the county, and extensively 
in the adjoining counties. 
Pboprietoh — George Simpson & Co., Devizes, Ltd. 
ZoHdon Office— 159, Fleet Street, E.C .4. 

WILTSHIRE TELEGRAPH. Saturday, Id. 
CONSKUVATIVB.— Established 1877. 
Circulates in East and Central Wilts. 
Propbietob— George Simpson k Co., Devizes, Ltd. 
London OyJiM— 159, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. 

DBVONPORT (Devomhire.) 

llttowiwrt of the cxtetulo.! miinfci|)al borough of Plrinouth. but has Its own 
repnMntatirca (2) la PurUaiuoat: is inilubted for Its nngiD to lt3 
adoptiou as the seat of one of theprinripal havalarspDalBof the kingdom 
Its harbour Is admitted lobe the riuest in the world, and has also been 
ehoseu as the site of one of the great naval dockyards. Population 
(l»il) «o.0O0.-Paji«r/i)r(»«di«lrtiit- v'^iiiu, 

WKSTERN INDEPENDENT. Sunday, 2<i. 
Independent.— Established 1808. 
Circulates in Plymouth, Devonport, and Stonehouae; also 
throughout the West of England. The only Sunday paper 
produced in the West. 
i'i*W«Acrs— Whitfeld k Newman, Ltd. 
Loitdon Office — l.'iO, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Central 4206. 

DEVTABUnW- {Yorkshire.) 

Dt'wshury is a (-ounty and parliamentary borough, and the centre of a 
district coiitoining over 200,000 inhabitants. It is the seat of the 
blauki't and henvy woollen trades, which are carried on extensivelv 
not only in Dewsbury itself, but also in the thickly-populated and 
rapidly-nsing towns of Batley, Morlcy, Ossett Mirfleld, Cleckheaton, 
and Heckmondwike, as well as in the neiglibouring townships of 
Blrstal, Earisheaton, Hanging Heaton, Gawthorpe, Horbury, Chick 
enley. Ac. Three railways have large stations in the borough- 
Population (l»21) 54.18'.— Papers for the diBtrict— 

DEWSBURY DISTRICT NEWS AND CHRONICLE. 
Saturday, 2d. 
Established 1854. 

Circulates in the Parliamentary Divisions of Dewsbury, 
Morley, and Spen Valley. Occupies a unique position as an 
authority upon the textile trade of Yorkshire. 

The illustrated newspaper of the Heavy Woollen district. 

Proprietors— News Printing Co. (Ltd.). 

London 0/?tee— Thanet House, 231-2, Strand, W.C. 2. 
Tele. Central 2994. ( Advt., p. 561.) 

DEWSBURY REPORTER. Saturday, 2rf. 
Liberal.— Established August 21, 1858. 
Circulates extensively in Dewsbury, Batlev, 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 Office — 5, New Bridge Street, E.C. 4, (Advt., p. 661.) 

LABOUR PIONEER. (Incorporates Yorkihire Sactorv 
Times). Thursday, \d. 

Independent.— Established 1889. 

Ofijcial Organ of the General Union of Textile Workers. 

A Labour or«an 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. 

London Office— 8i, Fleet Street, E.C. 3. Tele. Holbom 2791. 

DISH (Norfolk.) 

A thriving town in an agricultural district, having aiarge brushand matting 
factory, with apopulation of (19'21>3,!il3-Paj>sr>/i>rtA< district— 

DISS EXPRESS. Friday, 2d. 
Independent.- Established November 4, 1864. 
Circulates in Diss and the surrounding towns and villages 
throughout Norfolk and Suffolk. 

The Express is impartial in both politics and religion. The 
local interests of the town and district are well cared for, 
and it contains all the requisites of a general newspaper for 
the town and district. 

Proprietors— E. Abbott's Exors. 



DISS, HARLKSTON, BUNGAY, BBCCLES, AND EYK 
.TOURN.XL. Saturday, 2rf. 

Independent.- Established 1909. 

Circulates extensively in the towns of Diss, Harlegton, 
Bungay and Eye, also largely in the neighbourhood. It not 
only fully reports the local news, but contains the general 
intelligence of the whole county. 

Proprietors — The Norwich Mercury Company, Ltd. 

London Office — Newspaper House, 169-170, Fleet Street, 
B.C. 4. Tele. City 2464. 



no tj€<lET,l,W.— (Merionethshire.) 

A town, beautifully situated at the foot of Cadcr Idrls, greatly fre- 
quented by tourists from all countries. The nearest railway station to 
the Welsh gold mine and Oader Idris. Population (1921) 2,014.— Papers 
for the dittriet^ 

XTERIONETH NEWS AND HERALD. Thursday, Id. 
,V1 Established 1879. 

The county paper for Merionethshire, and the only English 
paper issued in the town. 

PttbH-sher — R. C. Evans. 

YCYMRO. Tuesday, 2rf. 
Liberal.— Established 1869. 
Circulatesthroughoutthe Principality; also among the Welsh 
of Liverpool, Manchester, London, and Bristol. Is printed in 
the Welsh language. 

Advocates advanced Liberal principles, gives lengthy report 
of every Welsh national movement. 
Publisher— E. W. Evans, Ltd. 

YDYDD. Friday, l<i. 
Liberal.— Established 1868. 
Circulates throughout North Wales generally: also among 
natives of the Principality in Liverpool and Manchester. 

It is printed in the Welsh language; advocates advanced 
Liberal principles, and the national interests of the people of 
Wales. 
Publishers — Hughes Bros. 

YLLAN AND CHURCH NEWS. 
Thursday, 2d. 
Circulates throughout Wales and among Welsh Churchmen 
in all parts of the British Isles. A Bilingual paper of the 
Church in Wales. 
Publishers— E. W. Evans, Ltd, 



DOWCASTKR (Yorkshire.) 

Is the centre of a very larafo aad wealthy agnculEural and mercaDtile district 
and noted for its races. The Great Northern Railway ruoe through 
the heart of the town, giving.in connection with the South Vorkshire, 
the Lancashire and Vorkshire, and Great Central, North EHstern, Great 
Eastern and Midland lines, direct railway comiuunicattou with all parti 
of the kingdom. It has acquired a large additional population from the 
CBtahlisliraent of the Plant works of the Great Northern Railway, and fg 
rapidly increasing in wealth and importance. The town is very justly 
celebrated fnr its cnrn. wool, and cattle marhets.and a new important 
coalfield has been opened out close to the town. Population (19H) H0I2, 
Including Buburba 64.688.— Papers ^or the district — 

DONCASTER CHRONICLE. Friday, Id. 
Conservative.— Established 1836. 
The county paper of the large agricultural and mercantile 
district in which it is publishedf. Special attention is given to 
the collection of news from the district, and the ChronieU's 
own reporters are placed in the more important centres. 
Pbopbietors — Doncaster Chronicle Co. tLtd.). 
London Office— i^, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. (Advt., p. fi07.) 

DONCASTER GAZETTE. Thursday for Friday, 2d. 
Established 1786. 
The Gazette enjoys great popularity throughout the district. 
The local news of the district is fully given, including 
returns of the markets. 
Proprietors — Doncaster and Boston Press (Ltd.). 
London Office— 151. Fleet Street, E.C. 4. (Advt., p. 560.) 

DONCASTER AND THORNE ADVEETISEE. Friday, 2d, 
Independent. Established 1853. 
A localised edition of the Goole Times. (Advt., p. 563.) 



OOnCW.KS'WEWt.— (Dorsetshire.) 

Ua municipal borough, the capital of Dorsetshire, a town of great an tlqalt/ 
seated at the point of junct.i<m of the London and South Western, 
Great Western, nnd Wilts and Somrrset RHilways: tht-re are extensive 
sheep and cattle fairs and wt'll-suppiied agrieultoral auction marts every 
Wednesday and Saturday. Population. M.B. & li.D. (1931) 9.9&4.— Pap«r« 
for the district — 

DORCHESTER MAIL AND SOUTH DORSET EXPRESS 
Friday, Id. 
A reprint of the Weymouth Telegram. 



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DORSET COaNTY CHRONICLE Thursday, M. 
Conservative.— Established January 4 1821. 
Circulates throughout Dorsetshire, and in Somerset, Wilts, 

This'oW-estebHshed county newspaper is the recognised 
orean of the agricultural and commercial community, tuii 
andTmpartial reports are .given of all events o=c""">g >" t^« 
county. It is the appointed official paper of the County 
Council of Dorset and the Dorset Farmers' Union. Leaders, 
literary notices, latest despatches, special reports of all prin- 
cipal markets and fairs ; football, cricket, and athletic reports. 

Proprietors— Sime & Co. (Advt., p. 661.) 

naWtti-nSCt.— {Surrey.) 

A t^rrf mnrti'Mown Kirailes from London, much resorted to by .well-to.do 
* 'ITndone? !rndo?her™ver8of "n- '"'"e^- , f;™-; ™ "'y 't""™*'""^ 
Dorking. Population (19211 8.058 -Paper /or the district- 

DORKING AND LEATHERHEAD ADVERTISER. 
Saturday, 2d. 
NbutkAL.— Established Feb., 1887. . ■ i * 

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. , , ,, t^j t. ju-h 

Proprietors— The Holmesdale Press Ltd., Redhiu. 
London 0/pce— 173, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. City (662. 

DOTEn.— ( Kent.) 

This town is the centre of an important naval and military residentiil district 
^.hichi.afw well known in pe,icc time tor Its general tr;,de, itsextenslve 
coiiuneiii«ltramc in goods and passengers, its Custom House, as H M.'e 
Packet Stat nn lor France, Belgium, and the East: a port of call for 
several Atlantic ateamshlp lines. The (Jovernment have constructed a 
fSrge Nival Harbour at Dover; and it is a large naval station. In 
the neighlwuring district are two flourishing collieries empl;.ying over 
a thouslod colliers and raising 6.00) tons weekly. Dover is also an 
interesting seaside resort and almost adjoining 13 the pretty seaside parish 
of St Margarefs-at-CUffe. Population 11921) 39,985.-Paj)ers tor the 
diatrict— 

DOVER AND COUNTY CHRONICLE AND KENT AND 
SUSSEX ADVERTISER. Friday, Id. 
Conservative.- Established 18,S,5. „ ^ , „ 
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. 
Pboprietors — Dover and County Chronicle Co. (Ltd.). 

DOVER EXPRESS AND BAST KENT NEWS. 
Friday, Hd. 

Established August 7, 1858. 

Circulates in Dover and in the colliery villages (there are 
three collieries producing 7,000 tons of coal weekly, also several 
collieries being sunk in this area) and East Kent generally. 

Gives the local and district news, news from every village, 
Kent coal news, and matters affecting the garrisons in the 
vicinity, also naval and shipping news. 

Pbopbietobs — J. B. Jones & Sons. (Advt., p. 561.) 

DOVER STANDARD. KENTISH ADVERTISER AND 
COLLIERY NEWS. Friday morning, 2nd edition, 
Saturday, lid. Established 1872. 

Circulates in Dover and East Kent. Full reports of town, 
port, district, and coalfield news. 
Published by Exors. of late G. Spicer. (Advt., p. 560.) 

DOVER TELEGRAPH & CONTINENTAL TRAVELLER. 
Tuesday, Id. 
Conservative.— Established 1832. 

Circulates generally throughout Kent and Sussex, and also 
at Calais, Boulogne, and Ostend. 

Proprietors — Dover and County Chronicle Co. (Lim.). 

UOliVlVHAlfl MAWKET.— (Nor/W/A.) 

An extensive marltet-towD, head of a county court district, and aetationon 
the Great Bastern Railway. The trade is chiefly agricultural, but there 
are some extensive steam flour mills, an iron foundry, and two breweries. 
Population {1921 ) Z,4Q7.— Paver for the dUtrict— 

DOWNHAM MARKET GAZETTE. Saturday, 2d. 
Independent. — Established November 8, 1879. 
Circulates in Downham Market and all the surrounding 
district. It not only fully reports the local news, but contains 
the general intelligence of the whole county. 
Propriktors — The Norwich Mercury Go. (Ltd.) 
London Offlet — Newspaper House, 169-170, Fleet Street, 
E.C.4. Tele. City 2169. 

O RIFFIEIiD. -( Yorkshire.) 

li a town of (1921) &,674 inhabitants, and the centre of a large agricultursl 
district.— /*o;i«r /or the district— 

DRIFFIELD TIMES. Thursday and Friday, 2d. 
Neutral.- Established 1860. 
Circulates in Driffield, Bridlington, Beverley, Hull, and all 
villages of the East Riding. 

The local and general news is gi\en at length. It is the 
recognised paper for all legal and sale advertisements. 
Pboprietors— Exors. of Q. R. Jackson. 



nnOIVWiCWK.— (Worcestershire.) „ .,. „h 

"muni* * horough and market-town. Celebrated ,„r it^ Bnnes Baths and 
^It Works. Population (1921) 4.1i88-Poper/or the dlttriet- 

DROITWrCH GUARDIAN. Saturday, IM- 
Neutral.- Established 1883. 
The Droitwich Guardian is an ably conducted paper, givinij 
its space almost entirely to local and district reports and list of 
visitors. 
Proprietors — W. and A. Smith. 

OUOIiE^.— ( Worcestershire.) 

is one of the raostimportant business places.in the Midland connties, there 
being extensive manufactures of iron, besides the great coal-Oelds. It is 
one of the principal seats of the iron trade. Glass is also manufactured in 
CTneiderahle quantities. II is a municipality and sends one mcmher to 
Parliament. Popnlation (1921) 65.9oe.-Papers/or (/ie<iw(r!ct- 

OOUNTY EXPRESS AND DUDLEY MERCURY. 
Saturday, 2d. 
A localised edition of the County Express, Stourbridge. 
(Advt., p. 559.) 

DUDLEY CHRONICLE. Friday, Ud. 
Independent. — Established 1885. 
Circulates throughout the Dudley Parliamentary borough and 
makes a feature of local and municipal news. 
Proprietors— Ford & Addison (Ltd.). 
London Office— 55, Chancery Lane, W.C. 2. 

DUDLEY HERALD. Saturday, 2d. 
Established December 22, 1866. 
Circulates in Dudley and the district. It reports all local 
events fully, gives photographic illustrations, and consists of 
twelve or more pages of well-written news. 

Issues special editions for Brierley Hill, Tipton and 
Wednesbury. 
Proprietors— The Midland United Newspapers Ltd. 
London Offtee—UQ, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 5228. 



nVKfifAnT.^.~-( Bedfordshire.) 

A borough t.)wn and the seat of the straw hat and bonnet manufacture. 
aTsoiSge engineering and printing works. Population (1921) 6.89l.-Paper 
for the dietrict— 

DUNSTABLE BOROUGH GAZETTE AND LUTON 
JOURNAL. Wednesday, 2(i. 
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. 



DUKHA'W.— (Z>MrAam.) 

Is in the heart of the Great Northern coal-flelds. The staple trade of the 
district is coal and iron. The county is miiedly agricultural, maritime, 
mining manufacturing, and commercial, and is yearly increasing in popo- 
lation, enterprise, and wealth. The city of Durham is the seat of a ITni- 
verslty : it is a Bishop's see, and returns one member to Parliament. 
Population of the City of Durham (1921) 17,329 -Papers/or the distrM— 

DURHAM CHRONICLE AND COUNTY GAZETTE. 
Friday, 2d. 

Liberal.- Established January 1, 1820. 

Circulates through Durham, Sunderland, Newcastle, 
Spennymoor, Willington. Consett. Towlaw, Chester-le-Street, 
Hougliton-le-Spring, Seaham, Seaham Harbour, and generally 
in the great Durham colliery district. 

Special attention is given to the great mining interests 
of the county, and all matters connected with Durham 
University are fully dealt with. 

Publish'r— Thomas Welch. 

London Offiee — The Newspaper House, 169-170, Fleet Street, 
E.C. 4. Tele. City 2464. 

DURHAM COUNTY ADVERTISER. Friday, 2d. 
Conservative.— Established September, 1814. 

Circulates throughout Durham, Sunderland, Newcastle, 
North and South Shields, Spennymoor, Houghton-le-Spring, 
Chester-le-Street, Brandon, Helton-le-Hole, Haswell, the 
Hartlepools, Horden, Waterhouses, Ushaw Moor and im- 
portant villages throughout the county, also amongst present 
and former members of the University of Durham throughout 
the kingdom. 

Advocates the principles of the Unionist party. All 
matters connected with the agricultural, commercial, and 
mining interests of the North of England find a place in itg 
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. 

Puhlislier— Durham County Advertiser & General Printing 
Co., Ltd. 

Londcm O/pce- 169-170, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. City 2464. 
(Advt., p. 561.) 



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ItisilK iitri> or an IriuxTtniit a^riniltural (Imtript, Knd li thclprmlnut 

itf II Nrniirh line on the Mjillnnfl niilwny. Its niAnilfactiireR «re rli>tb, 
aifrlrullunil iiii)>l>'it)i'nl)i. milk Rt>{>iintliir8, dairy plaQt, eloctrlc llKbtiug 
plant. ryrl.'S. IVipiilallou ilWt) 7,(i9l.— Pa/wr /or thti distriel— 

nURSLEY, BEUKKLKY, AND SHARPNESS GAZETTE. 
Neutral.— Established 1878. Saturday, 2d. 

Olro»lat<!8 in tlie towns of Dursley, Berkeley, Wotton- 
under- Edge, the seaport of Sharpness, Thorubury, Chipping 
Sodburv, &o. 

The DurtUi/ Gaiettt is devoted almost entirely to glviuK the 
local news of the week which it reports with special care and 
accuracy. It is a good family and commercial newspaper. 
Special editions are issued for "Thornbury, Wotton-under-Edge 
and Berkeley. 

Pttblu\er»—f. Bailey k Son. (Advt., p. 561.) 



BA-RIiEilTOW^N.— ( Lancashire.) 

A gmirinir town In a manufactnrinir ami mining district. TIi« L. & N. W. 

Ry. Oo.'B wagon worlis are tbo rliit-f bu^inc»a concorn, employing over 
l.nlo lianila. Messrs. Richard Kvana & Co.'HColliL'rii'S. in Cite adj'>lning 
villager, employ about 4.iiiiil.— l*o|)Ulation (of tbe township of Newton-in- 
MakiM-fleld, of wliirt) rile new town of Karlestowu is Che most populous 
l»arc) (1921) l«.48"i— Papern /or (A« dutrict— 

EARI.ESTOWN AND NEWTON EXAMINER. Saturday,2<i. 
Liberal.— Established 1882. 
See iVan-ington Examiner. (Advt., p. 575.) 

EARCESTOWN GUARDIAN. Friday evening, 2(i. 
Independent Radical.— Established I88(). 
The only paper printed in the Newton parliamentary division. 
Pboprietobs— Harvey's. 



It has crade in agricul- 



BASIJVOWOIiD. -(^Yorkshirf.) 

A town nnd dislrict with a population of (IWl) 6,404. 
tural iiroduce —Paper for the district— 

EASINGWOLD ADVERTISER. Saturday, 2d. 
Neutral. — Established January, 1892. 
Circulates in Easingwold and district. 

The news of the town and neighbourhood is attached to a 
partly-printed sheet of general news. 

Pbopbietok— G. H. Smith. 
EA!»TBOURXIi: (Sussex.) 

The centre of the flouth-Eaatern parliamentary division of Sussex. One 
of the most fiishion;ible watering-i)iaceB on tne .Soutn CoasC. There is 
excellent hotel, apartments and boarUing-bouse accommodation and 
(aciiicies for boacing, baching, golf, lawn Cennis, bowls, &c. Populati{)u 
(19211 62.030.— Pupera for the district— 

TTUSTBOURNE CHRONICLE. Saturday, 2d. 
nj Established 18.56. 

The leading local paper, with an influential circulation 
amongst the inhabitants of the town and neighbourhood. 

Peoprietors— Farncombe & Co. (Lim.). (Advt., p. .561.) 

EASTBOURNE GAZETTE. Wednesday, 2d. 
Independent.— Established 1856. 
Circulates in Eastbourne, Hailsham, Pevensey, Polegate, 
Westham, Willingdon, Alfriston,and throughout tlie surround- 
i Ing high-class residential districts. 

Local and general news of the district treated in an inter- 
eating manner. Fashionable intelligence of the week, special 
articles on sports and pastimes, etc. 

Pboprietous— T. R. Beckett, Ltd. 

Z^nion 0//cce— 173-5, Fleet Street, H.C.4. Tele. Central 4481. 
KAdvt.,p.663.) 

VISITOR. Friday (in tlie Summer season only), Id. 

Independent. — Established 1875. 
(Jirculates iu Eastbourne and district. 

tloiit;iin8 a complete programme of amusements, local guide 

t" Ea.-itbourne and surrounding neighbourhood, time and tide 

f;ililes, and everything a visitor wants to know. Beautifully 

illustrated. 

Proprietors— T. R. Beckett, Ltd. 

London Office— W-S, Fleet Street, E C.4. Tele. Central 4481. 



KA.ti'r DEREHAM.— (iV»r/o/A.) 

A thriving inarttet-town, and an important junction on the Oreat Eastern 
Railway, with a itopulation of (ItfjoasiS.— Papers /or tftedistrict— 

DEREHAM AND FAKENHAM TIMES. Saturday, 2<i. 
Independent. — Established 1880. 
(Circulates extensively in the towns of East Dereham and 
Frikenham, also largely in the neighbourhood, for which it is 
tlie recognised local paper. 
Proprietors- The Normioh Mercury Co. (Ltd.). 
I^ondon Offiee — Newspaper I louse, 169-1 70, Fleet Street, E.C.4. 
J ..•le. City 2409. 



DEREHAM EDITION OF NORFOLK NEWS AND 
WEEKLY PRES3. Saturday Irf. 
A localised issue of the Norwich Norfolk News and Weekly 
Press. 



BA»T QRIWATBAD (Sussex.) 

A large town tn th<> centre of the northern diviitloD of ibe county with 
apupulation of UiUi) 7,319.— Pap»r» /or the district^ 

EAST GRIN8TEAD OBSERVER. Thursday, 2(i. 
Established 1881. 

Circulates in East Orinst«ad, Lingfield, Dorman's Land, 
Hartfield, Burstow, Crawley Down, Turner's Hill, Felbridge, 
Forest Row, Groombridge, Ashurst Wood, West Hoathly, 
Withyham. 

Gives the fullest reports of all local and county news, an 
epitome of general news, and advocates the interests of the 
district. 

PahlUheri — Farncombe k Co. (Lim.). (Advt., p. 561.) 

EASTIiEIGII.— (//amjasAtVe.) 

a town close to HouChampcon. with a population of (19U) 15.230. The South 
Western R.ailway have their cariiagu and locomotive worlcs here.— Paper 
for thedistrict- 

EASTLEIGH WEEKLY NEWS. Friday, IK 
Independent.— Established September, 1892. 
Ful 1 and accurate reports. Smart, virile notes. Covers wide 
industrial area as a real live newspaper. 
Published at Eastleigh. 

KA.^'V'WOO'n.— (Nottinghamshire.) 

A large pariah, nine milos from Nottintrham. There are large colUeriei In 
the ueiglibuurliooj roimlation (ISfilj b.iy'ii.— Paper for the district— 

EASTWOOD AND KIMBERLEY ADVERTISER. Fri., Id. 
Neutral.— Established December, 1894. 
Circulates in Eastwood, Kimberley, and the district. 
Publishers — Q. C. Brittain & Sons (Lim.). 

BBBir \A.TiK.— (Monmouthshire.) 

A flourishing town in the centre of a rich iron and coal diatriot, and possessing 
large iron works. Population (1921) .S.'j.3&l.— Paper for the district— 

EBBW VALE WEEKLY ARGUS. Friday \d. 
A localised edition of the South Wales Weekly Argus, 
Newport. 

BCCE.E9.— (iancaj/itre.) 

Kccles is four miles west of Mauchescer.and is an important residen- 
tial district for business men from the city. There are numerouscottun 
mills and otherworks. The Manchester Ship Canal and Bridyewater 
Canal pass through the borough. Eccles gives the name to the 
I parliamentary division.— Population (1921)44.237.— Papers /or (Ae district— 

ECCLES AND PATRIGROFT JOURNAL. Friday, 2d. 
Liberal. — Established January 31, 1874. 

Circulates in Eccles, Patricroft, Pendleton, Stretford, Urm- 
.^ton, Irlam and Cadishead, 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 
xAAs the attraction of serial stories. 

Proprietors — Tillotsons Newspapers Ltd. 

London OMce — Temple Bar House, 23, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. 
Tele. Central 3556. (Advt. facing title.) 

ECCLES AND PATRICROFT TELEGRAPH. Friday, 2d 
Independent.— Established 1895. 
A reprint of the Western Telegraph, Urmston. 

BDEX B RinCJE.— (.^ent.) 

A small town iu a fruit-growing district, 10 mites from Tonbridge. Population 
2,000. t'aperfor the district— 

EDENBRIDGE CHRONICLE. Friday, IJrf. 
Neutral.— Established 1905. 
Circulates in Edenbridge, Penshurst, Four Elms, Hever, 
Cowden and Crockham Hill. 
A localised edition of the Tonbridge Fret Press. 



BCIiAIV D.— ( Yorkshire.) 

A populous industrial centre, created a market town by a Royal Charter 
granted to John de Elland four hundred years ago. The head of the 
Klland parliamentary division. Various manufactures, with targe woollen, 
cotton, worsted, corn, and silk mills : also a large centre for fire-clay and 
fire-brick goods and potteries, together with iron and steel engineering 
and boiler works.- Population (1921) 10,(rr8.— Paper ror tha district— 

ELLANDECHO. Friday, 2<<. 
Independent.— Established 1887. 
A Re -issue of the Brighouae Echo, with local news added. 
Pbopbiktobs— John Hartley (Ltd.)., Brighouse. 
Loudon Office— Ho, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 493J, 



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ISIjT.KmTM.'EWlK.— (Shropshire.) 

A m»Il town on the Caralirin Rallwaj, mldiriiy between Wliltchurch and Os- 
westry, Population aljout 2.000.— Paper Jcr the districts 

^I.LESMBKK HERALD. Tuesday, Id. 
juJ INDKPENDE.NT. — Established April, 1912. 

The EUesmere Herald confines itself chiefly to reports of local 
happenings, but also gives special articles and other matter of 
general interest. 

Peopbiktor— R. B. Jones. 

KliliKSIMKRE VOWT.— {Cheshire.) 

stands on the Mersey at the mouth ot the EUesmere CanaL With Whitby its 
population in (1921) was 13,075.— Paper /or the district— 

ELLESMEEE PORT ADVERTISER. Wednesday, \d. 
Established 1915. 
Circulates in EUesmere Port, Whitbv, Helsby, Great Sutton, 
Little Sutton, Eastham, and Merseysiue generally. 

The local news of EUesmere Port and district is fully and 
accurately reported. 
Publishers— B. Haram & Co., Birkenhead. (Ad vt., p. 556.) 

EI.THA.M.— (*«ii.) 

Is pan of the Parliamentary Borough of Woolwich. Population (1921) 13,400. 
Paper /or the district — 

ELTHAM AND DISTRICT TIMES. Friday, 2(«. 
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. 

Officen—SO, High Street. 

Publishers — Kentish District Times Co. (Ltd.). ( Advt., p. 613.) 

London Offiee—55, Chancery Lane, W.C. Tele. Museum 7239. 

K1.<Y. — {^Cambridgeshire.') 

A city and episcopal see of Bngland, situate on the Cam. It is so encompassed 
with garden-grounds that it sends iaimeneequantitiesof asparagus, straw- 
berries. cherries, greens, and all kinds ot horticultural produce to London. 
It is the market-town of upwards of twenty large and important villages. 
Population (1921)7,690,— Papers /or (fte district— 

CITY OF ELY STANDARD. Friday, id. 
Independent.— Established 1872. 
Circulates throughout the entire district, the news of which 
it presents in an attractive and readable form. 

A localised edition of the Cambridyeakire Times. (Advt., 
p. 613.) 
See under March. 

ELY WEEKLY GUARDIAN. Friday, 2d. 
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—^. F. Taylor. 

EMSWORTH.— (7/a»y,sAiVe). 

A small seaport. 9 miles north-east of Portsmouth.- Paper for the district— 

HANTS AND SUSSEX COUNTY PRESS AND HAVANT 
AND EMSWORTH 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 . 
I'ropbietors— D. S. Rogers & Co. 
London Oflieer-358, Strand, W.O. 2. 



-(Middlesex.) 



ElVVIEIiD. 

A pleasant town, ten miles from London, with a population of (1921)60,743.— 
Papers for thedistrict — 

ENFIELD GAZETTE AND OBSERVER. Friday, 2d. 
Nbuteal.— Established as Enfield Observer, 1859, and 
Middlesex Gazette, 1886. 

Circulates in Enfield and North Middlesex generally, also in 
contiguous portions of Essex and Herts. 

Pboprietoes— Meyers. Brooks, & Co. (Ltd ■). Tele 
Enfield 170. 

ENFIELD WEEKLY HERALD. Friday, \d. 
Establishfed 1921. 
One of the Tottenham Herald Series. 

EPnWC— (£88«x.) 

A market town 16 miles from London, with a population of (1921) 4.197 — 
Paper/or (fce district— i ^ • 

WEST ESSEX GAZETTE. Saturday, Irf. 
Independent.- Established 1901. 
Circulates in Epping, Loughton, Ongar, Harlow, North 
Weald, Theydon Bois and district. 

Publishert — Davis k, Co. 



EPSO-n.— (Surrey.) 

The town is celebrated for the great races annually held there. A saline 
spring exists in the neighbourhood. Population (1931) 30,245,— /'apcr« 
for the district — 

TpPSOM ADVERTISER. See Sutton Advertiser. 

EPSOM DISTRICT TIMES. 
Saturday, 2d. 
Re-issue of the Tuesday edition of the Surrey Mirror and 
Count)/ Post {see under Redhill). and the Satur(iay edition of 
the Dorking and Leatherhead Advertiser. 

EPSOM HERALD. Friday, 2iJ, 
Conservative — Established 1878. 
Circulates in Epsom and Wimbledon parliamentary 
divisions. 

A localised edition of the Surrey County Herald. See under 
Sutton. (Advt., p. 673.) 



EVWO'R'ria.— (Lincolnshire.) 

A. small county town in an agricultural district, noted for Us large number 
of freeholders and siuall allotiuents. Population (1911) 3,7i6.—Papera for 
the district^ 

EPWORTH BELLS. Saturday, Id. 
Neutral.— Established 1873. 
Circulates in Bpworth, Crowle and Isle of Axholme generally. 
Devoted entirely to giving the news of the district. 

Publishers — Barnes & Breeze. 

WEEKLY HERALD. Saturday K 
Conservative,— Established March. 1890. 
Circulates in Epworth and the Isle of Axholme. 
Gives the news of the district, London letter, &o. 

Peopeietob— T. Beal. 



lillllTH.— (ffent.) 

A pleasantly situated town on the Thames. Large Ironworks, Maxim 
Nordenfelt gun and ammunition factories, ship and torpedo buildiiiK 
establishments, mining engineering works at the river side, and 
extensive residential estates outside the town. Population {1921) 31,668, 
— Paper for the district — 

ERITH OBSERVER. Thursday, 2d. 
Independent.— Established 1867. 
Circulates in Erith and neighbourhood. The local and 
district news is given very fully. 

Kentish District Times Co,, Ltd., 41, Pier Road, 
London Office— 55, Chancery Lane, W.C. Tele. Museum 7239. 
(Advt., p. 613.) 



EVESHAM ( Worcestershire.) 

Is 14 iniles south-east of Worcester, situated in the beautiful valley watered 
by the Avon, and has first-class stations on the Great Western and 
Midland Railways. It is the place of election for the Kvcshain 
division of Worcestershire. Principal industries: market gardening 
jam making, fruit and vegetable drying. Market-day, Monday. Population 
0921) e.BBS.— Pipers /or (fte dislrict- 

EVESHAM JOURNAL & FOUR SHIRES ADVERTISER 
B'riday for Saturday, 2d. 
Independent.— Established 1860. 

Circulates in the town and vale of Evesham, throughout 
the Cotswold Hill district, and in upwards of 300 towns and 
villages in Worcestershire, Warwickshire, Gloucestershire, and 
Oxfordshire. 

Contains the local news, supplied by specially appointed 
correspondents of the towns and their neighbourhood, with 
the general intelligence of the week, and Latest telegrams and 
markets. It is the only newspaper printed in Evesham. 

Proprietors— W. & H. Smith (Lim.). 

London Office— M5, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. Tele. Central 6716. 
(Advt., p. 662.) 

EVESHAM STANDARD AND WEST MIDLAND 
OBSERVER. Friday for Saturday, 2d. 

Conservative.— 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 and district reports, besides 
giving all the general news of the week. 

Office— 22, Bridge Street. 

London Office— UO-lll, Strand, W.C. 2. Tele. Gerrard 8166. 



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KX BT K R ( Dtvnnthire.^ 

Thodiftrirt lian asrlruHunl uiil n>ii(lentl)il one, IhouRh EirUr, which haa 
obtiilnoil tht' tltleor " the MulropolU of the Wcat." la a commercial cliy, 
t- iriK- [iH- ri-nlri- nf a larga population. ThcOroat VVcatfrnandthc London 
mil Si I II Id- Went ITU ItHi I waya connect it with London (atnoit thrtir iionra' 
jnun. VI Hiid with till- Kreat naval port of Plynotiitii (diittaiit li iionra" 
iiiuni.\i, Kxi'ler carrit-a on an cxtcnuivf <liatril)Utlrt< and conaltlt-raltle 
fxport'rradf, and iniporta winr, friiilo. iron, tinit»T,4r. IlalBo tradca 
larirrli in corn and coal. Tlie prlnciiial in InHlrlcs carrii-d on arc cnKin- 
corinitiiron anil hriaa founilri<a. tohawn factorlfa, loap worka, tanncrlaii, 
laeaaiid |>ntH>r nnkiiiK. Kictcrcoiumnnir4iLt'a wltti the estuary l>y means 
of a canal capalile of reC4'ivinK ahlpa of conaiderahle burden. It retnrna 
i»ne uiemher to rarliament, and la a Bishop's see. Population (IWl) 
fi«,*>t.— Tapers for tht diatriet— 

DAILY WESTERN TIMES, with which ia incorporated the 
DtFca Weekly Tinies. Tue8(iiiy, \d. and Friday, IJrf. ; 
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, Jrf. 

Liberal.— Established 1828. Dally, 1866. 

This journal widely circulates throughout the entire county 
of Devon, into West Somersetand Dorset, andin East Cornwall; 
and is much read in the West Country houses in London and 
throughout the kingdom. 

The Daily Western Kvieg is distinguished for its district and 
local news and attention to agriculture. The independence 
of its leading articles is well known throughout the West 
Country. Gives the latest home and foreign news; London 
Letter, and agricultural notes. The agricultural, moneyed, and 
mercantile classes, and clergy of all denominations largely 
support this paper. 

PKOPniBTOUS— The Weirtern Times Co. (Lim.). 

Lontlon Oflice-%2, Ludgate Hill, E.G. 4. Tele. City 3.578. 
(Advt., p. 507.) 

DEVON AND EXETER DAILY GAZETTE. Daily, \d. 
(Friday's issue. 2rf.) 

CONSBRVATIVB.— Established 1772. 

Circulates extensively throughout the whole of Devonshire. 

It gives much space to local and district news, reports fully 
County Council and local Government Meetings, advocates 
the interests of agriculture and devotes close attention to 
all forms of sport 

Pboprietors— The Devon and Exeter Constitutional News- 
paper Company (Limited). 

London. Oflice—nS-S, Fleet Street, B.C. i. Tele. City 7662. 
(Advt., p. 505.) 

EXPRESS AND ECHO. Daily, Id. 
Being the Deeon livening 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 
telegram:? of late news, commercial and market intelligence, 
sporting, racing, football, cricket, &o. 
Publixher — J. G. Owen. 

London Offiee—62, Ludgate Hill, B.C. 4. Tele. City 3578. 
(Advt., p. 507.) 

FOOTBALL EXPRESS. Saturday, Id. 
Established 1908. 
Devoted to football news, results and comments. 
Publiihei — K. Gatey. 
London Oyjtce— 62, Ludgate Hill, B.C. 4. Tele. City 3578. 

EXMOCTH.— (i>e»on*/nre.) 

A town and watering-place on the Exe, and every year more resorted to 
andie indirtrct comniunicatiou with London and the Norili by a brancli 
line to Kxeter in connection with the Bouth Western Uailway. Docks 
have bi'cn ctmstructed.and a branch railway connects the harbour with 
the South Western Line. Population (lyai) 13,590.— /*operfl/or thedittrict— 

iXMOUTH CHRONICLE. Saturday, Id. 
Independent.— Established 1882. 
Full local news and notes. 
PROPRlETORS^Setten & Son. 



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EXMOUTH JOURNAL. Saturday, 24. 
CONSKRVATIVE.— Established 1862. 
Circulates in Exmouth, Budleigh Salterton, Lympstone, etc. 
Proprietors — Devon and Exeter Constitutional News- 
paper Co., Ltd. 
London Ogice~m-5 Fleet Street, B.C. 4. Tele. City 7662. 

S'AI.MO UTH.- (Cornwall.) 

A municipal borouKb and seaport-tnwn at the entrance of the English 
Ohannel. having direct railway oonnectiuD with thereat of the kingdom, 
large docka and wharves, and is Tisiled by thousands of foreign-going 
afaipplng in the year.being extensively used as a port of call. Falmouth 
Is Dec.nuing, from Its salubrloua positltin and beautiful scenery, a 
favourite and fashionable health resort, and is rapidly rising in 
tmi<ortance and o|>uleDC«. Population (IMl; lS,Ha.—FaptT» /or the 
district— 



CORNISH ECHO AND FALMOUTH AKD PBNRYN 
TIMES. Friday, 2rf. 

Established 1861. 

Circulates extensively in Falmouth and Pcnryn, and the 
south-west of Cornwall. 

Advocates local interests and general progress. It contains 
a carefiUly-compiled compendium of Cornish and general 
news, and is much valued for its full and accurate reports of 
all local events. 

Publishers — The Cornish Echo Co. 

LAKE'S FALMOUTH PACKET, CORNWALL ADVER- 
TISER, AND VISITORS' LIST. Friday, U. 
Established 18e6. 

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 impartiality. 
PROPRiETOua— J. H. Lake & Co. 



VA.Vl\lSGnOH. -{Berkshire.) 

Is a market-town at the foot of Faringdon Hill, in the Vale of White Horse. 
It is the head of a I'oor-I.aw Union, and a polling-place for the county. 
It is in direct coraninnication witli the Great Western Railway, by a 
branch line. Population (19^1; 10,098.— Paper /or (Ae district— 

TTURINGDON ADVERTISER AND VALE OF WHITE 
iJ HORSE GAZETTE. Saturday, Irf. 
Independent. — Established 1855. 
Circulates in Faringdon, Wantage, Highworth, Leohlade, 
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. 
• Proprietors— C. Luker & Co. (Advt., p. 563.) 



FAHWHAM.— (Surrey.) 

A thriving market and residential town in the parish of the same name. 
Is in immediate proximity to the Carap and Barracks at Aldershot 
and Dordon, It is surrounded by a fine agricultural district, and is noted 
for the excellent hops grown in the vicinity. Population (1921; Urban 
District 12,133, Rural District 18,356.— Papers for the district— 

FARNHAM, HASLEMERE AND HINDHEAD HERALD 
Friday, 2d. 
INDEPENDBKT.— Established 1892. 

Circulates in Farnham, Haslemere, Hindhead, Bordon Camp, 
and 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. 

SURREY ADVERTISER. Monday, ^d., and Wednesday, \d. 
and Saturday, 2d. 
See under Guildford. 

QURREY AND HANTS NEWS AND ALDERSHOT 
O GAZETTE. Thursday, \d. Established 1859. 

Circulates throughout the extensive hop and agricultural 
country and residential district of Farnham, Aldershot, and 
Alton, embracing West Surrey and North Hants. 

Is the old-established local and district paper, read by all 
classes and parties, and the recognised Government, otSoial, 
auctioneers', and trade medium. 

Proprietors— Woodbridge Press, Ltd. 

London Offie*—U9, Fleet Street, E.C.4. Tele. Holborn 5228. 



FARH IfTORTH.— (ZancaMtre.) 

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, of 
which it is the centre, of 120,000 inhabitants. Cotton manufacturing 1. 
carried onliere, in addition to a large iron and mining trade. Pamwortb 
is a parliamentary division. Population C19S1) 27,901.— Pa2}«r for th« 
diBtrict— 

FARNWORTH JOURNAL AND OBSERVER. Friday,2rf 
Liberal.— Established 1860. 

Circulates in Farnworth, Kearsley, Outwood, Radcliffe, 
Little Hulton, Swinton, Pendlebury, Walkden, Clifton, 
Worslev, &c. 

Local meetings of all bodies and parties, social, political 
religious, and general, are fully and accurately reported. It 
has serial and short stories, and is an ably-conducted family 
newspaper. 

Proprietors— Tillotsons Newspapers Ltd. 

London OMee — Temple Bar House, 23, Fleet Street, E C 4. 
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A market-towD on the Swale, doin? a considerable trade in corn, hops, and 
wool. Noted for its educational establishments. Has a fine recre.ition ground 
covering 30 acres, and an ancient Kuiidhall supported on octagonal oak 
pillars. A ahiiiyard, two jam factori-s and two breweries give employ- 
ment to a large number of persons. A cattle market is held on alternate 
Tuesdays. Populalinn (1921) lo,870.— Papers /or(/ic district— . 

FAVERSHAM MERCURY. Friday, l^d. 
CoKSBBVATiVB. — Established April 14, 1860. 
Circulates in Faversham, Sittingbourne, Milton, Whitstable, 
Heme Bay, Canterbury, Boughton, &c. 

Gives a compendium of the weekly general news, the 
latest markets, and all local intelligence of importance. 
Publisher— G. S. Elvy. 

FAVERSHAM AND NORTH-EAST KENT NEWS. 
Saturday, \\d. 
Established February, 1883. 

Circulates in Faversham and the district of East Kent. 
The Ifews gives fully all the local and district intelligence. 
Peopribtobs— F. Austin & Sons. 



FEWWY 8T«ATF©K».—( Bucfts.) 

A town with ft population of (iscii 5,532,— Pupfir for the district— 

NORTH BUCKS TIMES. Tuesday, 2i. 
Independent.— Established 1879. 
Circulates throughout North Bucks. 
The local and district news is fully reported. 
Publishers — H. Jackson & Co., Leighton Buzzard. 



FI81IOUA.RD AH» COODITICK.— 

(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 tfu district— 

/■-BOUNTY ECHO. Thursday, lr«. 
W Neuteal.— Established 1900. 

The Ec?i0 gives all the local and district news, with a selec- 
tion of general intelligence, tales, varieties, &o. 

Peopbietob— L. Evans. 



F£,KBTW00O-01¥-WiritK.— (^a«ca»/4ir«.) 

A prosperous and rising sea-port and watering-place at the mouth of tlieriver 
Wyre, on the south-west shore of Morecambe Bay; through route and 
daily service to Belfast and the North of Ireland, also to Douglas Isle of 
Man. &c., during the summer months. Has large docks from which an 
extensive import and export trade is carrit-d on, together with a fleet of 
fishing trawlers. Population (1921) 19,448.- Papers /or the dutrtet— 

FLEETWOOD CHRONICLE. Friday, Id. 
Pbogebssive Consebvative.— Established 1843. 
Circulates in Fleetwood, Preesall, Thornton, Cleveleys 
Poulton, Lytham, The Fylde, and over Wyre agricultural 
districts, and Lancashire and Yorkshire generally. 

Devoted entirely to the interests of Fleetwood and district. 

PuMinher — S. Lord. 

London Office--13i, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. City 7984. 

FLEETWOOD EXPRESS. Tuesday, l^d., Friday 2rf 
INDEPENDENT.— Established June, 1877. 
Circulates among the shipping and mercantile classes of this 
rising seaport, and in the agricultural 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. 
Manager — Arthur W. Bowler. 
London Office—^, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. Tele. Holborn 2791. 

FOIiKEMTOMK {Kent.) 

A municipal borough within the parliamentary borough of Hythe communi 
eating by rail with London and with the Continent by ?;;gSf?'?JJ"P' 
of the fastest channel steamers. From its healthy and de igbtfuf s^Iia- 
tlon, It IS annually becoming the most attractive and fash onabb. 
watenng-piace of any on the South Kast coast for visitors of the 
flrst-class. Population (19ai)37,571.-Payersror Ids disfrfct- "" 

FOLKESTONE EXPRESS. Friday morning Id 
Independent.- Established March 1868 " 
Circulates in Folkestone Sandgate, ShorAcliffe, Hythe 
Cheriton, and the neighbourhood. "j^i-ue, 

featllre*^""^** °* *" '°°*' '"''"^" °* interest is made a special 
Managing Director— A. J. Engligh, 

F^Sa'l^O^.'- sS^ay^r ^^^'^^' ^^° <^«««I™N 
Independent CONSBBVAxivE.-Established January 1870 
Circulates in Folkestone, Hythe, Cheriton, Shorncliffe Camp 

and surrounding district. uwmc vyd,mp, 

Publiiherx-F. J. Parsons (Ltd.). 

W^C^'xe^^H^lKlbo.''"''''''^'"''''"' '■''• ^'«'^ H°lborn, 



FOREST OATE (Essex.) 

A rssldential suburb of London. Populatlen (1911) 51,079.— Pap«r /or the ditlrict— 

FOREST GATE, MANOR PARK, AND ILFORD EX- 
PRESS AND INDEPENDENT. Friday, 2-^. 
A reprint cf the Leytonatone Express and Independent, 
See London Suburban Newspapers. 



FOWMB Y.— ( Lancashire. ) 

A good clahB residental seabile suburb of Liverpool ; on the Electric Railway 
inldwHy between Liveipool and Southport ; noted for its golf links ; poimla- 
tion 7,000.— /*aper/or the district— 

WEST LANCASHIRE COAST CHRONICLE AND 
FORMBY NEWSPAPER. Friday, Id. 
Unionist.— Established March, 1897. 
A localized edition of the Ormskirk Advertiser. 
Circulates in Formby and on the West Lancashire coast. 
Piiblishe) — W. L. Hutton. 

FRARII.Iiy«Il %.^.— {Suffolk.) 

A market and collegiate town, situated m a thrivini? agricultural and 
manufacturing aeighbourliood. Population (1911) 2,400.— Paper /or th* 
district— 

FRAMLINGHAM WEEKLY NEWS. Saturday, Id. 
Established September, 1859. 
Circulates in ITramlingham and the immediate neighbour- 
hood. Gives a carefully-digested epitome of the news of 
the week. 
Propbietoe— H. B. Maulden. (Advt., p. 561.") 
London 0#««— Cassell & Co., Ltd., La Belle Sauvage, E.C. 4. 



FRIWTOar-OHr-SBA.— (^«sex.) 

A Braall seaside resort with a resideHtial iiopulation of (1921) 8,037.— Paptfrs 
for the district— 

FRINTON AND WALTON GRAPHIC. Saturday. Id. 
See Clacton-on-Sea Graphic. 

"plRINTON NEWS. See East Essex Advertiser, Claoton. 

FRINTON TIMES. Saturday, ^d. 
A. localised edition of Clacton Times. 



VROyiK.— {Somersetshire. ) 

Called, also, Prorae Selwood. Situated on the Frome, 13 miles south of 
Bath. It is celebrated for its printing, art metal works, ale, cards for 
dressing woollen cloths, and its manufacture of cloth. Population 
(1921) lO.SM.-Papers/or He dtstrici- 

QOMERSET AND WILTS JOURNAL. Friday, Hd. 

LlBEEAL.— Established July 7, 1855. 

Circulates In Frome, Radstock, Peasedown St. John, Cainer- 
ton. Stoke Lane, Hemington, Writhlington, Paultou, Glutton, 
Shepton Mallet, Mells, Coleford, Beckington, Road, Midsomer 
Norton, Nunney, Bath, Wanstrow, &c. 

A good county family paper, giving the local news very fully 
and intelligently. It caters specially for the agricultural 
communit)'. 

Propriktors— Somerset and Wilts Journal (Ltd.). 
London Office — 2, Johnson's Court, Fleet Street, E.C. 4. 
Tele. Holborn 5769. 

SOMERSET STANDARD. Friday, IJi. 
Consebvative.— Established July 20, 1859. 

Circulates in Somerset, Wilts, and the Western counties 

generally. 

Pbopbietobs— Frome Newspaper Co. (Ltd.). 
«A.IWf»BOROU&H {Lincolnshire.) 

Is a manufacturing and martet-town on the Trent: also centre of imnor- 
tant agricultural district. Natural outlet on Eastern coast for Mid. 
„",'l„''E?''/ ■ ' ■■' ",'^"'?' "*'"'•:» • oni?ineering works (employing about 5,000 
Pa5w/or (A .Tiilriit- ' '"^ """t""*- PoPU'itluh tmi) 19,6m!- 

RBTFORD, WORKSOP, ISLE OF AXHOLME, AND 
GAINSBDRGH NEWS. Tuesday afternoin, Id.: 

Friday morning, 2d. > •> 

Nbutbal.— Established May 12, 1855. 

Circulates in Gainsborough, Retford, Worksop, North 
Lincolnshire, North Notts, North-west Yorkshire, and East 
Derbyshire. 

^.}^tJ^i'*'t contains a carefully-selected epitome of general 
with the fullest reports of local events collated by efficient news 
reporters and correspondents, exclusively retained in all the 
principal villages. 

Pbopbietobs— W. n. & C. H. Caldicott. (Advt., p. 571.) 



THE ENGLISH PROVINCIAL NEWSPAPER PRESS. 



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[ CJ A-WSTOTf .— (LoncMAiVe.) 

A n.nixirl on the Ufnry. «bonl nvo nilli'» from MvrriMiol ; It h«« « Jtpa«lte 
Inrk. Jhlih are mud. ..«•« "wi.>« to cortn n .P«'fVr,1L'*';;^'?'„r" L' 
which do not apply to Ulrurpool. 1-opiilatlor. lJ,J8«.-Pap«r tor IV 
dUtriet- 

GARSTON AND WOOLTOK WEEKLY NKWS. 
Friday, id. 
Indkpbndent. — Estnblislied 1885. 
A localised edition of the iVi-dnes li'eeMy ffeuu. 
Ogtee — St. Mary's Road. (Advt., p. 570.) 

H* ASTO^ B U It Y.— ( SomerjetWiiV*.) 

An anelont BrltUh town. »r»t hullt In the year 708. The nelKhbourhood 
abounds in reiinloun nionuraents.and the ruins of the famous Abbey of 
Olaslonbury (onee the ra(i«l famous and opulent In Kuropoarc still to 
be seen. PopuUtlon (W2I) i,3M. -Pa/irrt for the dftriet— 

AVALON INDEPENDENT. GLASTONBURY, STREET, 
AND MID-SOMEUSKT NEW8. Friday, 1^- 
Liberal.— Established 1S90. 

Circulates largely in Glastonbury, in the busy manufacturing 
town of Street, and the East Somerset Parliamentary Division. 
PublMer—H. Law. (Advt., p. 572.) 

CENTRAL SOMERSET GAZETTE AND WESTERN 
COUNTIES ADVERTISER. Thursday for Friday, IJrf. 
Established June 1, 1861. , ,,i. 

Circulates in Glastonbury, Street, and throughout the county. 
Gives a digest of local and general news. 
Propbietor— J. A. Gilbert. 



CH.Ont*OV.— (Derbyshire.) 

Isa union and market-town in the High Peak of Derbyshire, and the parish is 
one of tlie largest in Bngland. Its cotton-manufacturing establishments, 
pajier mills and calico-printing works are yery extensive. Population 
OWI) 20.528.— i*ap«r» /or the district— 

C^ LOSSOP-DALE CHRONICLE. Friday, 2rf. 
T Conservative.— Established January 1, 1859. 
Circulates through Derbyshire, the towns and villages of the 
High Peak, North Cheshire, South Yorkshire, &o. 

Advocates the rights of all classes of the community. Is a 
general and local newspaper. 
Pbopbietobs— Glossop Printers, Ltd. 

VTORTH DERBYSHIRE AND NORTH CHESHIRE 
IN ADVERTISER. Friday, 2(i. 

Independent. — Established January, 1871. 

Circulates in Glossop and throughout the North Derbyshire 
and North Cheshire districts. 

All the news of the divisions of North Derbyshire and North 
Cheshire appears in its pages. 

Proprietor— S. T. Ashton. 



G liO UCEilTEB.— ( Gloucestershire. ) 

The county of Gloucester is largely occupied in manufacturing and agricul- 
tural pursuits, and the trade of the port of Gloucester is yearly becoming 
of luore importance; it being the most central midland port forsea-borne 
Tesselsof any in the kingdom. The county hasobtained celebrityfor its 
woollen and pin manufactures in the Stroud districts and at Gloucester; 
the hosiery trade at Tewkesbury; the trade in corn, timber, iron, &c.,at 
Gloucester. The city sends one member to Parliament, and is tbe see of 
a Bishop. Population {1921> 51,330.— Papers /or the diatrict— 

CITIZEN. Daily (Four Editions), Irf. Established 1876. 
The Citizen circulates more extensively than any other 
evening paper throughout the wide area bounded by Worcester. 
on tbe'north and Bristol on the south, Swindon on the east and 
Monmouth on the west. 
Proprietoks — Chance & Bland, Ltd. 
London Office— \50, Fleet Street, B.C. 4. (Advt., p. 563.) 

GLOUCESTER JOURNAL. Saturday, 2d. 
(Incorporates the Cheltenham Examiner.) 

Liberal.— Established April 9, 1722. 

Circulates extensively in the city and throughout the 
entire county of Gloucester, also in the adjoining counties of 
Worcester, Monmouth, Hereford, Cxford, and Wilts. 

Pkoprietors — Chance & Bland, Ltd. 

London Office— 150, Fleet Street, E.G. 4. (Advt., p. 563.) 

G1 LOUCESTERSHIRE CHRONICLE. Saturday, 2<i. 
t Conservative.— Established July 6, 1833. 

A city and county newspaper appealing especially to com- 
mercial and agricultural interests, i'wo Editions are published 
Friday and Saturday. 

Proprietors — Qloucestershire Chronicle, Ltd. 

London Office—Si, Fleet Street, E.C.4. Tele. Holbom 2791. 



OOOK.K.— ( Yorkthire. ) 

The only port in the West Hldingof Vorkshire, with an eitensive system of 
docks and warehouses. Within the past few years over £ I >)0,00o baa 
been spent in adding to the shed and railway siding accommodation 
Additional dock accominotlation is being made, anrl steamers leave 
weekly for several Kreneli, llelgisn, Dutch, Baliie and nther ports. 
It has direct water eominiiiileslion with all the large towns of the 
mnnufscturlng districts of Vorkshire and Lancashire, and a large coast 
wise steamship trade. It Is the Vorkshire terminus and the only port of 
the Lancashire and Vorkshire Railway (Jompiny on the Rastern coast, 
an<l Is also the market town for an extensive agricultural area. 
The iudustries Include shipbuilding, engineering, flour mills, manufac- 
ture of .*Ium, fertilisers and paper. Population (IWli 19,118.— Papers for 
the dietrict— 

GOOLE JOURNAL. Wednesday and Saturday, U. 
Independent. — Established 1883. 
Published with the view of giving the latest general and 
local intelligence. Two editions are published on each day of 
issue. 

Proprietors— (rooZe Times Printing and Publishing Com- 
pany (Ltd.). cAdvt., p. 663. •> 

GOOLE TIMES AND WEEKLY HERALD. Friday, 2rf. 
Independent. — Established 1853. 

Is the only weekly paper in Gooleanddistrict.andcirculate* 
extensively in the town and port of Goole. and in the districts 
round, including Rawcliffe, Snaith, Swinfleet, Marshland, 
Crowle, Thorne, Howden, Knottingley, Pontefnict, Selby, and 
throughout the parliamentary division of Pontefract. 

Issues a series of localised editions for the surrounding 
districts. 

Proprietors— Coo?* Times Printing and Publishing Co. 
(Ltd.). (Advt., p. 663.) 

HOWDENSHIRE GAZETTE. Friday, 2<f. 
Independent.- Established 18.53. 
Circulates very largely in Howden, down each side of the 
River Ouse, and throughout the Howdenshire parliamentary 
division. 
A localised edition of the Ooole Times. (Advt., p. 563.) 

€JO BXO W .— ( Lancashire. ) 

A manufacturing town in the vicinity of Manchester. Population of tha 
Parliamentary division (Itfll) 114.06.— Pfiper for the district— 

GORTON, OPENSHAW, AND BRADFORD REPORTER, 
Saturday, l^d. 
Liberal. — Established 1866. 

A localised edition of the Aihton-under-Lyne Reporter. 
(Advt., p. 600.) 

GVtA.'SG^-O^^VL-fiA.^nn.— {Lancashire.) 

A popular summer resort, with a population of (1911) 2,232.— Papers for the 
district— 

GRANGE AND CARTMEL GUARDIAN. (See Barrow 
Guardian.) (Advt., p. 6-56.) 

GRANGE AND CARTMEL NEWS. Saturdays, 2d. 
Independent. — Established (as the Grange Visitor) 
1865. 
A localised edition of the Ulverston News. (Advt., p. 555.) 

cut AIBT HAM.— (i/Jnco/nWitre.) 

A parliamentary and municipal borough, on tbe