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31 July 1914 - Hendon & Finchley Times - London, London, England
 
WATCHMAN BLEEDS TO DEATH,

WATCHMAN BLEEDS TO DEATH,

A night watchman, named Benjamin Edward Anderson, 2,. The Gardens, Bed LiomhiU, East Finchley, died suddenly in the Edgware- road, Hendon, early Saturday morning. , the inquest held Dr. Cohen the Hendon Council Offices Tuesday, was found that death was due the rupture of varicos
31 July 1914 - Hendon & Finchley Times - London, London, England
 
HIGHGATE PETTY SESSIONS. Monoat, July 27th. fore Dr. G. Fletcher and Mr. S. Si

HIGHGATE PETTY SESSIONS. Monoat, July 27th. fore Dr. G. Fletcher and Mr. S. Si

31 July 1914 - Hendon & Finchley Times - London, London, England
 
HUSBAND AND WIFE.

HUSBAND AND WIFE.

Thomas Ralph Tofield, of Brownlow-terrace, Squire’s-lane, East Finchley, was summoned by his wife. Edith Frances Tofield, having deserted L.ach allegations against the other, and the case was adjourned for week.
31 July 1914 - Hendon & Finchley Times - London, London, England
 
INDIAN MUSIC.

INDIAN MUSIC.

Music in India, as elsewhere, says A. H. Fox Strangways in The Music of Hindustan (Oxford University Press), is of varying excellence; and it is as rare, perhaps, to hear the best there as it in Europe: we look away, however, from the less worthy kind, which is deal in cheap con
31 July 1914 - Hendon & Finchley Times - London, London, England
 

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COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX

COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX

GIVEN that the Compensation Authority for the above N .«ah.vin dSuth.rPrincipal M.e.log.’wTd the da, of June _aMa . j u , 1914 i to Tefuao the renewal of the licence of soecified claiming to interested in the said the ptemuea si»oi low componeation under the said Act (other prem
31 July 1914 - Hendon & Finchley Times - London, London, England
 
THE HENDON AND FINCHLEY TIMES THI QUESTION OF AGENDAS.

THE HENDON AND FINCHLEY TIMES THI QUESTION OF AGENDAS.

THE HENDON AND FINCHLEY TIMES QUESTION OF AGENDAS. In accordance with notice given, Mr. Vyvvan Welle moved “That the standing orders the Council amended a« to provide that all committee reports delivered to every member of the Council not less than three clear days before the Cou
31 July 1914 - Hendon & Finchley Times - London, London, England
 
CRICKLEWOOD GENERALS FOOTBALL CLUB.

CRICKLEWOOD GENERALS FOOTBALL CLUB.

What is claimed to the best local football club, the Cricklewood Generals, held very successful al fresco concert and dance Monday night at the Lower Welsh Harp, Hendon. was attended most the players and two or three hundred supporters of * the club, and thanks'to the arrangemen
31 July 1914 - Hendon & Finchley Times - London, London, England
 
The weather way not very tine, but generally the bowling was a high order, and «ome close contests were recorded.

The weather way not very tine, but generally the bowling was a high order, and «ome close contests were recorded.

The local favourite, J. U. Farrell (New Ferry), made big effort to capture the first prise, but went off in bin play ag.iinxt T. H. (VVinnington Park), who bowled splendidly and claimed the distinction of Cheshire champion for 1914. Scores:—
31 July 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
DEATH OF LORI) HELPER

DEATH OF LORI) HELPER

Lord Helper died at his residence. Kingston Hall, la by, Sunday. had been in !- ing health for some, time past. Lord Helper, who was years of age, succeeded his father 1800. had previously silt in the House of Commons for East Derbyshire and Berwick. was captain the Corps Oentle
31 July 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England