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THE SOUTH LONDON PBNBB, Saturday, March 19, 1887

THE SOUTH LONDON PBNBB, Saturday, March 19, 1887

institution i. not Ukely irant for fond* bnildio?, necordmg stntemont made by the Hon. * Kinnaird. the treasurer, has oast in all JE2.106, diVided as follows: Freehold, J 640 6; building, £1,500; architect’s expanses, £100; and furniture, £lOO. Towards this amount £1,251 has bee
19 March 1887 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
ORDEBS MAT BE SENT TO THE SOUTH MEIftOPOLITAN GAS COMPANY

ORDEBS MAT BE SENT TO THE SOUTH MEIftOPOLITAN GAS COMPANY

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19 March 1887 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
TBIBITY chapel, ROAD AND EFPBA ROAD, BEIXTON. EENOVATION AND NEW ORGAN FEND.—In connection with the above movementthe Committee have arranged

TBIBITY chapel, ROAD AND EFPBA ROAD, BEIXTON. EENOVATION AND NEW ORGAN FEND.—In connection with the above movementthe Committee have arranged

(D.V.) to hold a SALE OF W OEK, Ad ission 7 roncladed with Jari _ ud on diy, 6d. The of Christian Friends in Ihm movement is earnestly solicited. WOMEN’S JUBILEE FOHD. MEETING will be beld on MONDAY, the 21st inst.. 3 p.m., at the SURREY MASONIC HALL, In aid of the above Fund. T
19 March 1887 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY.

WEDNESDAY.

CHARGE AGAINST A LEATHER DRESSER. John Whitnell (42). leather-dresser, was brought up on remand, charged before Mr. Slade with stealing sixdoaen kid calf skins, Value £24, the property of his employer, Mr. Richard Fawsitt, leather manufacturer. Tanner. prosecutor missed a large
19 March 1887 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
Baron Douglas.

Baron Douglas.

The Official Gazette announces (says the Times Berlin correspondent) that the Emperor has been tleased to raise to the rank of Freiherr,” or Baron, ** Hugo Sholto Oscar George Douglas, ex-captain of cavalry, and mine owner at Aschersleben,” in the Prussian province of Saxony, ne
01 January 1887 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
TiiE SOUTH LOSDOJf PRESS, Satnrday. January 1, 1887

TiiE SOUTH LOSDOJf PRESS, Satnrday. January 1, 1887

SOUTH LOSDOJf PRESS, Satnrday. January 1, 1887 for Mr. Bristowe, tho Kcr, B. B. Eansford, »nd tk« priocipal, Ur. Stanley, NUNHEAD PASSAGE BOARD SCHOOL. Aa interesting and moat creditable exhibition of drill on the Swedish system was given by the girls of Nonhead-passage Board Sch
01 January 1887 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
ST. LUKE’S, CAMBERWELL.

ST. LUKE’S, CAMBERWELL.

At this church, which was very tastefully decorated, there were three celebrations of the Holy Communion—namely, at 7,10, and 20 minutes past 12. At the usual morning service the large church was well filled. The vicar, the Rev. H. B. Chapman, preached from St. Luke, ii. 14, “ G
01 January 1887 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
DANCING EVERT MONDAY and SATURDAY from 8.30 till 11.30. THURSDAY for Tuition. Private

DANCING EVERT MONDAY and SATURDAY from 8.30 till 11.30. THURSDAY for Tuition. Private

Lessons by arrangement. Schools attended, and Bands Sro rided. During the Season a Series of Long Quadrille Tights will take place on the FIRST and THIRD MONDAYS in the Month. The Hall can engaged for Weddings, Balls, Masonic Meetings, Banquets, Ac., upon application to the care
01 January 1887 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY LECTURES AT THE HATCHAM

SUNDAY LECTURES AT THE HATCHAM

LIBERAL CLUB. Sir, —Whatever opinions may be held about the best way of spending Sunday, there can be no doubt that there are worse ways than listening to lecture which has the tendency to instruct, and therefore improve. Acting upon this truth, the Hatcham Liberal Club have arr
01 January 1887 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
THE INQUESTS.

THE INQUESTS.

On Monday evening, Mr. Wynne Baxter held an inquiry at the Vestry Offices, Church-street, Stoke Newington, into the circumstances attending the death of Robert Pickersgill, aged 45, recently residing at 125, Manor-place, Walworth. Mr. Edward Hare Pickersgill, M.P, for the South-
01 January 1887 - South London Press - London, London, England