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OUR LONDON LETTER.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

MARRIAGE OF MISS IRENE I BARTLEY DENNISS. At St. Andrew's Church. Uxbr:dge. on Thursday. the marriage took place of M/+. Irene Mary Bartley Dennis., younger daughter of Mr. E. R. Bartley Denniss, 11. P.. arid Mrs. Bartley I It it • ve-y long time since any decimal Dennis... of B
15 August 1919 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
HoVIS

HoVIS

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13 July 1917 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
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15 August 1919 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
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15 August 1919 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
Thurs.. Frt. t •at.— The Passing of the Third Fleet Back.

Thurs.. Frt. t •at.— The Passing of the Third Fleet Back.

15 August 1919 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 

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No. 1144

No. 1144

02 March 1917 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
EXCEPTIONAL CIRCL MSTANCES.

EXCEPTIONAL CIRCL MSTANCES.

Yr. G. Spooner Hawes said be bad very much pleasure in seconding the Chairmail's resolution. They bad now for eleven eomecu• ties ye we paid a five per cent. dividend and it was a matter of some disappointment to the Directors that thi. record 4h0n1 , 1 be broken, but under the
02 March 1917 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
THII NUi SIND FUND,

THII NUi SIND FUND,

The hon. secretary read the Nursing Fund Report, which stated that "The institution by the Urban District C.muel of the Rabies' Clinic haa notably increased the work of the Nurses in their capacity of Health Visitors. In reouguition of their exoellent w-rt the Managers have pres
02 March 1917 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
THE OBSERVER, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1917

THE OBSERVER, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1917

02 March 1917 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
HOW BOVRIL SAVES SHIPPING TONNAGE. A LINK WITH SCIENCE. Presiding at the annual meeting of the Bovril Company, ILL George

HOW BOVRIL SAVES SHIPPING TONNAGE. A LINK WITH SCIENCE. Presiding at the annual meeting of the Bovril Company, ILL George

Lawson Johnston said the Company bad not laid itself out to earn exorbitant polite at the expense of the public, and that consumers of Bovril appreciated that attitude was evidenced by the Company's record sales for the past year. Bovril occupied the unique position of being the
02 March 1917 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England