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THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.

THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.

BROOKS AND BOURNE, COAL AND COKE Merchants, deliver the following COALS, thoroughly screened, at London prices: Earl of Durham's Lambton's, Best Tees Wallsend, Newton Chambers and Co.'s Silkstone'.s, Wharncliffe Silkstone, Clay Cross, Barnsley House, Derbyshire Bright, and every
11 November 1871 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
Finchley.

Finchley.

AT a Petty Sessions held at the Sessions House, Clerkenwell-green, the license of the "Swan with the Necks," Whetstone, was transferred from John Pascoe; deceased, to his widow. THE result of the late poll of the parishioners has been declared to be as follows:—For the Report of
11 November 1871 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
Hornsey and Crouch End. LOCAL 13.0ARD.

Hornsey and Crouch End. LOCAL 13.0ARD.

At the meeting on Monday Colonel Jeakes presided. Present—Messrs. Richmond, IVI Hier ' Martin, Okeshott, Clarke, Turner, Noble, Williams, Lloyd, and Galan. Finance.—Amount of rate, £4,351 • collected, £2,960. Balance, at bankers, £879 17s. Bd. The cheque drawn included one for £
11 November 1871 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
OF OBJECTlON.—Conservatives resident in Wood Gree n a nd Neighbourhood, having received NOTICES OF OBJECTION to their claims to be

OF OBJECTlON.—Conservatives resident in Wood Gree n a nd Neighbourhood, having received NOTICES OF OBJECTION to their claims to be

put on the Register, are requested to communicate at once with JAMES L. WOOD, Esq., Railway Depot, Wood Green, Hon. Sec. to the Wood Green Conservative Association. HOBBS, HART, AND CO., No. 76, CHEAPSIDE, LONDON. LOCKS, for Houses, Hotel, and Railway Offices, from 2s. to 165.,
11 September 1869 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
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11 September 1869 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
September 11, 1869.] (offering, but there are some apprehensions of a third supervening, of a more serious nature than either.

September 11, 1869.] (offering, but there are some apprehensions of a third supervening, of a more serious nature than either.

He has little appetite and is confined to the house. The walks he has lately been made to take in the columns of various newspapers are entirely imaginary. The terrace Upon which he has been represented as issuing forth from his apartment is upon the other side of the chateau. W
11 September 1869 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
intervals The last time he 'saw her was the 25th Of August, and then she said'nOthirlg to him about going

intervals The last time he 'saw her was the 25th Of August, and then she said'nOthirlg to him about going

away. Re went on Sunday to see her, and then, for the first time, was told that she was on her way to America. Mr. Cooke— Are a Roman Catholic? • Applicant—No. Mr. Cooke —Then how did your daughter get into a Roman Catholic convent? Applicant—Ber mother, who: is dead, was a lior
11 September 1869 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
Funeral of a Police-officer.

Funeral of a Police-officer.

THE public funeral of the late Police-constable Abraham Keble, T2I Y division, took place at the New Cemetery, Highgate, on Saturday. The deceased, who was well respected, had been in the S and Y divisions for more than twenty-one years, and had for more than ten years held the
24 October 1874 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
St. Pancras Guardians.

St. Pancras Guardians.

THIS Board met on Thursday, Mr. Thomas Ross in the chair, and present Messrs. Churchwarden Joseph Salter, Guerrier, Joseph Smith, Rev. VV. R. Arrowsmith, Watkins, Furniss, Spencely, J. V. Hawkins, Richardson, Robson, A. T. Hawkins, Homan, Chandler, Wade and Fildew (clerk).
24 October 1874 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
------ Mr. Sandland moved, as an amendment—

------ Mr. Sandland moved, as an amendment—

"That a memorial be presented to the Metropolitan Board of Works, soliciting them to introduce a Bill having for its object a better and more comprehensive arrangement in relation to Sunday trading, whereby the existing evil may be properly restricted by means of such regulation
24 October 1874 - North Londoner - London, London, England