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CRICKET AND TENNIS SHOES

CRICKET AND TENNIS SHOES

Every description of Boots and Shoes to order, made on Premises. RzPAIRS PROMPT & REASONABLE OUR LONDON LETTER. a s Ili wim soll It wee. el saly a that the day the debate the Obese Crew well slaw eared is las Haaseof was the ansavomary of the battle of Neaeby. Use the olio spoke
21 June 1895 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
A ROMANTIC STORY,

A ROMANTIC STORY,

The Brigand Chief Mika, Michael Stolen°. •iteh, who for the last eight years has been the scourge of the Danube districts, and particularly of Poearevatz and Sememdra Counties, has been captured and shot, in consequence of an act of romantic devotion. Several tears ago he abduct
21 June 1895 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
WEALDSTONE.

WEALDSTONE.

THE URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. A meeting of the WeAlstone Urban District Council wai held on Tuesday evening, in the Boardroom. Present—Councillors J. Smithey . . J.P. (chairman). \V. A. Jepson (vice-chairman), Fredk. King, J. T. Draper, M. Dymock, It. Balk, C. Tyler, G. Lander, G.
31 January 1896 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
THE OBSERVER. PVT THI SAINTS ASSAD.

THE OBSERVER. PVT THI SAINTS ASSAD.

The ball came to King on the ground, and in attempting to lift it out, he clean missed, and a somewhat soft goal was the result. From the stand it certainly looked as If King should have saved the goal. There's nothing succeeds like success," sad the home team were behaving sple
31 January 1896 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Gilbsy : an antiqwi silver bow Rev. J. Littiewiiod: • large! *taro Bible. The servants at

Mr. and Mrs. Willie Gilbsy : an antiqwi silver bow Rev. J. Littiewiiod: • large! *taro Bible. The servants at

Harrow Weald Rouse: a set of liver salt ostlers is ease. Ur. sad Mrs. Maim: a pair of Yeovil's MOIL Mrs. Ramillies: a carved ivory paper knife. Mr. sad Mrs. Arthur Oilbey: a pair of silver *litres dishes. Mr. sad Mrs. Arthur Gold: a silver awl cut giass iakstand. Mr. and Mn. Vis
26 February 1897 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
A Maki Tema.

A Maki Tema.

James Ward, aged fourteen, of 1, Belmont Cottages, Whitmill Lane, Harrow Weald, of no occupation, was charged with stealing, on or about the Wad inst., from • box in a room of the home of hie father. wbererhe resided, the sum of M. ld., the property his father. At the time of th
26 February 1897 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

(The Editor reserves to himself the right to insert or any contributions spit. All letters must be accointassied with Ms name and address of the writer not necessarily for insertion—though this is desirous —but as a guarantee of good faith. Letters must reach the 4cs not later t
24 June 1898 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
MIL AIPIIOIIIIIIII TOOL ARCO fSCUVS a addinonal pop& k,► the PLANOVORTIL ORGAN AND SINGING. T C.L. ; Associaesd Dowd A

MIL AIPIIOIIIIIIII TOOL ARCO fSCUVS a addinonal pop& k,► the PLANOVORTIL ORGAN AND SINGING. T C.L. ; Associaesd Dowd A

M sod M.: and A it.C.O. Maar. U'ICIAL PAINS TAKEN WI EH CHILDRZN. VIM women include Threw Breen T.L.L. rd AG C.M. Wks sod S Simla LOMOND is aid 790 i LitII,WILLEDIN GM, Aid ISEMSkits StikkET. Owe and Practwo .1 Si s bomb. Vero Street. W. vacua Wan to pop& stedyias by the y
24 June 1898 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
BILLIARD " Ye Olde Crown,„, HIOH IT HARLIIDZK. lI.W.

BILLIARD " Ye Olde Crown,„, HIOH IT HARLIIDZK. lI.W.

BILLIARD Ye Olde Crown, „, HIOH IT HARLIIDZK. lI.W. PROPRIPTOII
24 June 1898 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.

NOTICE OF REMOVAL.

T. GUNNING, CHIMNEY SWEEP &CARPET BEATER Established at High Street, Harladen, ao Years, All communications and information in. ended for the Ws/Weis Observer should be forwarded to Mr. W. W. Bruen, Blenheim, High road, Willesden Green, N.W. %a should be glad if all parish magaz
24 June 1898 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England