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A VOTE OF CONDOLENCE.

A VOTE OF CONDOLENCE.

Mr. Joseph Salter wished to mention that on Sunday last the Rev. Mr. Nichols, the chaplain at the schools, sustained a most serious loss by the death of his wife. He moved that a letter of condolence sympathy of be the sent Guardians t o Mr. i Nwi with h o s h , m on expressing
12 December 1874 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
DEVOTED ENTIRELY TO

DEVOTED ENTIRELY TO

ST. PAN CRAS (Comprising Camden and Kentish Towns), AND THE HOLBORN DISTRICT, And the same is now Published, under the title of The St. Pancras and Holborn Guardian, AND NORTH LONDONER. THE want of a newspaper 'recording the whole of the news of these districts has long been fel
14 November 1874 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
To Advertisers, Tradesmen, and Others. An Advertisement (which may be inserted in the ST. PANCRAS & HOLBORN GUARDIAN AND NORTH

To Advertisers, Tradesmen, and Others. An Advertisement (which may be inserted in the ST. PANCRAS & HOLBORN GUARDIAN AND NORTH

LONDONER For a Quarter, at the rate of One Shilling per Week) is equal to thousands of circulars put into the hands of the best families, distributed as this Jou:red is in so many districts, and being read b y the Cl ergy, Scholastic, Professional, and Business men, by whom it i
14 November 1874 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
The Metropolitan Root Show.

The Metropolitan Root Show.

THIS show of roots, grown from seed supplied by Messrs. James Carter and Co., of High Holborn, was held at the Agricultural Hall, on Friday. Some of the finest roots seen this year were exhibited. The Queen and the Prince of Wales both exhibited some fine roots, though not for c
28 November 1874 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
Midland Railvvay.

Midland Railvvay.

KING'S-CROSS TO TOTTENHAM. From Moorgate-street, 7.8, 7.54, 8.12, 9.1, 9.15, 10.2, 10.42, 10.58, 11.7 a.m., 12.56, 1.38, 2.37, 3.22, 4.32, 5.8, 5.36, 6.3, 6.27, 6.45, 7.28, 8.35, 9.28, 10.28 p.m. Up, about one in each hour from 7.40 a.m. to 11.0 p.m. Sundays.—Down, King's-cross,
28 November 1874 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
• Popular Concerts AT S. ANDREW'S COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, Tavistock : place, Tavistock.square, Every Wednesday Evening at Eight o'clock. Solos, Choruses,

• Popular Concerts AT S. ANDREW'S COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, Tavistock : place, Tavistock.square, Every Wednesday Evening at Eight o'clock. Solos, Choruses,

Madrigals, Quartettes, Part-songs, &c Reserved chairs, 6d. and 3d.; admission, Id.
28 November 1874 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
Homceopathic Dispensary. Hours of attendance, 2.30 to 5 p.m. daily. Medicine and Advice, ONE SHILLING. 2, CAMDEN-ROAD. (o . Aisosite

Homceopathic Dispensary. Hours of attendance, 2.30 to 5 p.m. daily. Medicine and Advice, ONE SHILLING. 2, CAMDEN-ROAD. (o . Aisosite

Park-street, Camden•town.)
28 November 1874 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
MR. JOSEPH SALTER, 31i KENTISH TOWN ROAD, N.W. Agent to the Sun Fire and Life Assurance Comfizny. Hours of business,

MR. JOSEPH SALTER, 31i KENTISH TOWN ROAD, N.W. Agent to the Sun Fire and Life Assurance Comfizny. Hours of business,

9 till 4. Saturdays, 9 till 12.
28 November 1874 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
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26 December 1874 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
St. Andrew's Popular Concerts.

St. Andrew's Popular Concerts.

THESE concerts were continued on the evening of the rfith inst. at St. Andrew's Collegiate School, Tavistock-place, the Rev. W. Bentley conducting. Some readings were very successfully given by this gentleman, amongst them being "The Night Mail to the North," "My Little Pet," &c
26 December 1874 - North Londoner - London, London, England