Bosworth & Lowe, Builders and Contractors, Haydn Road, Sherwood, Nottingham.

This firm was established about twenty years ago, and by sheer hard work and perseverance has progressed until it has now one of the finest equipped Joiners' Workshop in the Country, the very latest and up-to-date machinery having been installed. Having large timber sheds well stocked with all classes of well-seasoned hard and soft woods, the firm is able to cope with any contract, no matter how large, and great care is always taken that nothing of an inferior quality is used in the work.

Speed in the erection of industrial buildings is absolutely essential and the firm can give particulars of buildings erected in record time.

Buildings erected include Extension to Bracebridge Asylum, near Lincoln, Schools, Libraries, Cinemas, Clubs, Banks, Churches, Factories, Warehouses, Shops, Offices and large Housing Schemes.

Messrs. Bosworth & Lowe are on the War Office, Air Ministry and Admiralty Lists, and are Contractors to H.M. Office of Works and Municipal Authorities.

At the present time the business is conducted under the partnership of Walter Bosworth, F.I.O.B., and William Lowe. Telephone—3344. Telegrams—" Bosworth & Lowe, Nottingham."

J. S. Smith Ltd., Brass Founders and General Engineers, Goldsmith Place, Sherwood Street, Nottingham.

This firm was founded in 1894 by the late Mr. J. S. Smith, grandson of Mr. Sydney Smith, the inventor of the Steam Gauge It was converted into a private limited company in 1908. Mr. Reginald Smith, son of Mr. J. S. Smith, is now the Managing Director.

The manufacture of all classes of Boiler Mountings, Steam, Vacuum and Hydraulic Gauges, Recorders, Thermometers, General Engineering, Repairs, Fire Appliances and all classes of Castings are amongst the firm's specialities, coupled with General Mill Furnishing. Enquiries are invited and quotations are gladly furnished.

Telephone—3281. Telegrams—" Steamgauge, Nottingham." 

Y.M.C.A., Forest House, Mansfield Road, Nottingham.

The Nottingham Y.M.C.A. is situated in Mansfield Road opposite the Victoria Station, and is complete with Billiard Room (five tables), Writing, Reading Rooms and Cafe.

It has a very fine hostel for gentlemen at Forest House, Forest Road and special arrangements are made for members attending Conferences, etc. Also its own golf links at Mapperley (No. 2 Car), tennis courts, cricket pitches and football ground at Loughborough Road. Trent Bridge (No. 1 Car).

There are two Boys' Clubs run in connection with the Nottingham City Directorate of Y.M.C.A.'s, at Morley House and London Road.

Those desiring fuller particulars of the activities of this organisation should address their enquiries to the General City Secretary, Mr. A. E. Haizelden, F.I.S.A.


The Midland Palais de Danse Ltd., Nottingham.

The principal place of public indoor amusement in Nottingham is undoubtedly the new Palais de Danse.

Easily accessible from all parts, this splendid building in Weldon stone in the Classic style forms a worthy addition to the many fine public buildings of the City.

The main hall floor is constructed on the latest system of steel springs and can easily accommodate 800 people. For the "Sitter Out," there are promenades and balcony promenades encircling the entire floor furnished with settees and tables.

A feature of the interior is the Electric Fountain, which sprays a myriad cooling jets of water lit into iridescence by beams of ever-varying light.

A celebrated Dance Orchestra is in regular attendance and professional partners of either sex are always available.

Private dances can be arranged on Tuesdays and Private Parties are catered for on other nights by arrangement.

The Palais School of Dancing will be pleased to receive pupils for all modern ballroom dancing; terms and full particulars given on application.

Telephone—Nottingham 6975-6976 (two lines).