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SAD SUICIDE OF AN EX-TOWN COUNCILLOR.

SAD SUICIDE OF AN EX-TOWN COUNCILLOR.

Mr. George, clothier and undertaker, c. Chatham, and one of the original I'ewe Council, | hanged himself in an outhouse nigh-fc. He had attended the Congregation*' in theevei ing. THE PELfcIAS IN" 'l JUT. A Lloyd's telegram Mas** fries Says (he German steamer PeloW, Rotterdam, w
01 January 1900 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
6ENTU E BAZAAR POSTPONED. WILL NOT TAKE JANUARY 24 to 27th. DATE ANNOUNCED in DUE COURSE. SOf,DIRKS' AND SAILORS' FAMILIES'

6ENTU E BAZAAR POSTPONED. WILL NOT TAKE JANUARY 24 to 27th. DATE ANNOUNCED in DUE COURSE. SOf,DIRKS' AND SAILORS' FAMILIES'

ASSOCIATION. DERBYSHIRE CLOTHING BRANCH. W/'®'' t lB undersigned, having been appointed * Committee for the purpose of providing clothe* for the families sold on active service, very earnestly appeal to the people Derbv and Derbyshire for their support. E. HAMILTON (President).
01 January 1900 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! (With humble apologies to I. - When you've shouted "Rule Britannia," •« you've sung "God save the

SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! (With humble apologies to I. - When you've shouted "Rule Britannia," •« you've sung "God save the

Queen," 1 And you know the girl's accepted you for a . Will you kindly list * moment, and tell wh«J c\n be seen. Which, doubt, will interest your future wif#. We're not " Absent minded " people, and know what we're about, always try to please (that's where w e score) We're the f
01 January 1900 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
£250*000 TO LEND the PROVINGiL UNION BANK, in aomaol £lO to£M)O oB NUTS OF BAND ALONM, or os any other

£250*000 TO LEND the PROVINGiL UNION BANK, in aomaol £lO to£M)O oB NUTS OF BAND ALONM, or os any other

«arity, at few hoar.' notion, to all cieMas, repavabia easy iaatalmeata. With eod •ilhoat aareiiea. good epplioalion is ever rafaaad. ALL COMMCKICATtOVS STBILTLT PBIVATI The tatioeas of the Btak was crlgiaelly eatetilahed ia 18£J, end has grown to the lergrat ia the klogdom, owl
01 January 1900 - Islington Gazette - London, London, England
 
MAINTENANCE.

MAINTENANCE.

Frederick John Clark, of Drayton-park. was summoned for maintenance arrears due to bis wife. He paid what was due, and then instructed his solicitor, Mr. Romain (for whom Mr. Tilley appeared) a«k the Magistrate to vary the order, because he could not afford to pay his wife 13s.
01 January 1900 - Islington Gazette - London, London, England
 
BAY MARE AND GIG STOLEN.

BAY MARE AND GIG STOLEN.

Waller Rumble. a labourer, of Huronerstreet, Southwark, was charged with being concerned with another man not custody stealing at Market-road, Islington, a bay more, s*-t silver-plated harness, and black gig. value £*JO. the property of William cab proprietor. Prosecutor proved
01 January 1900 - Islington Gazette - London, London, England
 
I STRUGGLE ON AN OMNIBUS.

I STRUGGLE ON AN OMNIBUS.

STRUGGLE ON AN OMNIBUS. Edwin J. Tyler, 22. painter, of Heydon-road. Clapton, was charged before Mr. D'Eyncotirt. North London Poice-court, with being and wilfully breaking a window in an omnibus. The prisoner, it was said, was ’bus from DaUton Clapton kl o’clock iht> vrevious ni
01 January 1900 - Islington Gazette - London, London, England
 
DEATH FROM SYNCOPE.

DEATH FROM SYNCOPE.

R.sr'ctiitfl death of Margaret Jenkins Cl. ttl.o had lived at Spencer-street, and died th» inst.. the husband of deceased, n cabinet maker, said the deceased had had had health for years, and Christ>ht went bed midnight. six o'clock lh« followii.fl morning he found th“ deceased
01 January 1900 - Islington Gazette - London, London, England
 
*v*»- R-Uinal pwn,E. w a^s.. EMPLOYMENT BITUATIOMB WASTED. nw Woman (59. dorowticated) U. P- Mam**® *> Oray amn td. Man.

*v*»- R-Uinal pwn,E. w a^s.. EMPLOYMENT BITUATIOMB WASTED. nw Woman (59. dorowticated) U. P- Mam**® *> Oray amn td. Man.

Kv«,in* Work; any kind; at fi|ure», k<- 8. ti. • YOUNG Man Seek* Situation, immediately, •*« S®J Odt CeSt-e Bar It ml. Adders»AdrerOv'r, Osetwy cres, Kentish town* . ari Tmds.-Vijmß *«n (18) R^juire. , ii<m As'istant; good lefctenee. 11. It. _• *r AS Workine-Ilo««ckcep<T, Widow
01 January 1900 - Islington Gazette - London, London, England
 
quick bargains Title Suited to the Prices of LADIES' JACKETS, CAPES, AND MANTLES, together with GIRLS' REEFERS, COATS, AND COSTUMES.

quick bargains Title Suited to the Prices of LADIES' JACKETS, CAPES, AND MANTLES, together with GIRLS' REEFERS, COATS, AND COSTUMES.

The Prices are so that Choice of Stock will be Scant" in a Few Days. Our New Style Winter begins now, and lasts well into Spring "—Two Reasons given to Buy these Seasonable Goods now. FUR CAPES AND JACKETS. ELECTRIC SEAL CAPES, 21 and 24 Inch Lengths, High Storm Collar, Lined Th
01 January 1900 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland