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- In the United States, a sheriff is always the highest law enforcement officer of a county and commander of militia in that county. A distinct part of law enforcement in the United States, sheriffs are usually elected.
- The County sheriff (Florida) is a Florida constitutional officer and a part of the state judicial branch.
- A sheriff is in principle a legal official with responsibility for a county. In practice, the specific combination of legal, political, and ceremonial duties of a sheriff varies greatly from country to country.
- A person's trade or profession
- The action of giving work to someone
- the state of being employed or having a job; "they are looking for employment"; "he was in the employ of the city"
- the occupation for which you are paid; "he is looking for employment"; "a lot of people are out of work"
- The condition of having paid work
- the act of giving someone a job
- Heat food and cause it to thicken and reduce in volume
- (of food) Be heated so that the condition required for eating is reached
- English navigator who claimed the east coast of Australia for Britain and discovered several Pacific islands (1728-1779)
- Prepare (food, a dish, or a meal) by combining and heating the ingredients in various ways
- someone who cooks food
- prepare a hot meal; "My husband doesn't cook"
Bristol Chronicles 1909
snowstorm provided work for 250 unemployed 1909 - The year started with a severe snowstorm that caused traffic problems in many areas but provided good tobogganing in Bridge Valley Road and Rownham Hill. It also provided work for 250 unemployed men who were engaged to clear the snow. Old Age Pensions rush to the Post Office Old Age Pensions became payable at the beginning of the year and there was a rush at the post offices on the morning of the first day. Some 4,000 people in Bristol qualified as being over seventy years of age and in receipt of an annual income of less than ?31.1.0s per annum. unemployed women At the January meeting of the Distress Committee Dr. Devis raised the question of unemployed women. It was reported that four charwomen had registered and the committee agreed that they should be recommended for employment by the Education Committee. first woman on the council In January Agnes Venimore Godwim became a member of Mangotsfield Parish Council; this was the first appearance of a lady as a member of any of the councils adjacent to the city. Miss Godwin lived at Downend and was secretary of the Bristol Women’s Total Abstinence Union. New School at Parson Street, Bedminster In the same month the new school at Parson Street, Bedminster was opened by Dr. E.H. Cook, the chairman of the Education Committee. The school had two departments, a senior with provision for 500 pupils and a junior for 530. The cost of the building was in the region of ?20,000, the architect was Henry Williams and the builder E. Walters & Son. Gloucestershire County Cricket Club Gilbert Jessop was named as the new secretary of Gloucestershire County Cricket Club in January. This occasioned some surprise in the city as he was captain of the club, and an association of the two offices was practically unknown in county cricket circles. Leigh Woods for sale Latimer records how in 1864 Sir Greville Smyth intended to sell a large portion of land in Leigh Woods for building purposes and that a number of public-spirited citizens formed the Leigh Woods Land Company to purchase the land. In January 1909 it was announced that George A. Wills intended to buy the land (which included Nightingale Valley) from the company and to transfer it to trustees for the enjoyment of the public. Mr. Wills later gave the sum of ?4,000 for the maintenance of the woods. Sir Frederick Wills died Sir Frederick Wills died at Cannes on 18 February; he was a director of the Imperial Tobacco Company. A Liberal, he succeeded Lewis Fry as Member of Parliament for Bristol North from 1900 until 1906. Sir Frederick was a generous donor to Bristol University. St. Albans church opens St. Albans church at Westbury Park opened at the end of March. It was designed by Rodway & Dening and built by R. Wilkins & Sons. Bristol Grammar School At the beginning of April Sir Hubert Llewellyn Smith opened the Fenwick Richards wing at Bristol Grammar School. The plans had been prepared by Frank Wills and the builder was S. Martin & Son. Serious Fire William Brice & Co, cabinet makers. Redcross Street On 7 April there was a serious fire that destroyed a sawmills at Redcross Street belonging to William Brice & Co, cabinet makers. During the fire brigade’s efforts to extinguish the blaze Fireman Albert Smith was killed by a falling roof. remarkable contraption ? On 14 April a remarkable contraption attracted the interest of a number of spectators at Broad Quay. It had wheels but some said it looked like an airship and others like a caravan. In fact it belonged to George M. Schillings, a champion long distance walker, who was said to be walking 20,000 miles for a wager, pulling the apparatus which he used as a shelter in which to rest. Mr. Schillings was over six feet in height and had one arm. Education At the end of the same month the Education Committee agreed to employ some young people as pupil teachers provided they were residents of the city. The pay was ?25 per annum for young men and ?20 for young women. Colston Hall The Bristol Band of Hope Union held its May Festival at the Colston Hall. A choir of 700 voices conducted by Mr. G.T. Cooke sang a number of choruses including ‘Hark the Temperance Call’. new contract for Cowlins In May it was announced that William Cowlin & Son had secured the contract to construct the first cold storage warehouse on the island of Jamaica. It was sited at Kingston. Empire Day Empire Day was celebrated on 24 May. Flags were flown on many churches and public buildings and at each school there was an address on the rights and duties of citizenship. Four pupils and a teacher from each of 65 schools attended a ceremony at the Corn Exchange to receive a Union Jack from the Lady Mayoress. H. Dare Bryan, the architect died H. Dare Bryan, the archite
Ventura County Sheriff Copter 7
Ventura County Sheriff Copter 7 dropping water on a small grass fire in Los Padres National Forest behind Fillmore, California. June 7, 2009 Camera: Canon EOS Digital Rebel XTi Exposure: 0.005 sec (1/200) Aperture: f/11.0 Focal Length: 51 mm ISO Speed: 400 Exposure Bias: -1/3 EV