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SOUTHWARK

SOUTHWARK

The Borough Council, with the sanction of the London County Council, is borrowing from the London County and Westminster Bank £9,583 for extending the Town Hall, and £8,500 for electricity purposes. The interest is to be id. per cent, less than the bank rate for the time being.
01 January 1910 - Shoreditch Observer - London, London, England
 
ST, MARYLEBONE

ST, MARYLEBONE

The Board of Education intimate as the result of a recent local inquiry by their inspector, that “ they are unable to sanction the proposal of the London County Council to meet the difficulties arisiug from the unsatisfactory character of the Portland Council School, Titchtield-
01 January 1910 - Shoreditch Observer - London, London, England
 
PINED FOR HACKNEY.

PINED FOR HACKNEY.

The story of a pauper who preferred Hackney to the air of Brentwood was told at the Coroner’s Court on Wednesday, when inquest was held on Samuel Foote, who died in Hackney Infirmary. When at Brentwood Workhouse Foote told the master that the air was too strong for him, and begg
01 January 1910 - Shoreditch Observer - London, London, England
 
EAST HAM

EAST HAM

The Mayor of East Ham, Mr. George Pratt, acted amateur detective the other day. The story was told at the local Bol ice court, when William Tyler and John doper, boys, were charged with being concerned in stealing 9s. sd. The Mayor gave evidence to the effect that was playing in
01 January 1910 - Shoreditch Observer - London, London, England
 
HENDON

HENDON

The Hendon Education Committee has decided to invite six architects to send in plans for a new school at the Hampstead garden suburb. At present there is temporary school on the estate for infants, but the elder children have to walk lietween one and two miles to school.
01 January 1910 - Shoreditch Observer - London, London, England
 
HORNSEY

HORNSEY

At the Highgiite Police-court ou Wednesday Mr. Edwin Goodship asked that the license of the Alexandra Palace might temporarily transferred to Mr. Boucher, who had succeeded him as secretary to the Palace trustees, in order that he might carry on the business until the next ordin
01 January 1910 - Shoreditch Observer - London, London, England
 
WEST HAM.

WEST HAM.

By to 16 the Town Council has rejected proposal to the effect that in view of the large number of unemployed in the borough the sum of £lO,OOO be spent immediately on improvements, the cost of which would fall upon the rates in the ordinary course of administration. It was point
01 January 1910 - Shoreditch Observer - London, London, England
 
WOOD GREEN

WOOD GREEN

Some months ago the Urban District Council invited architects with experience in the design, &c., of baths to send in their names with particulars of such experience, giving details of the baths in the design and construction of which they have been engaged. As result, fifteen a
01 January 1910 - Shoreditch Observer - London, London, England
 
GEO. PEARCE & SONS, AUCTIONEERS, SURVEYORS, AND VALUERS LAND, HOUSE, EjiTATE^ AND INSURANCE (Established over 60 years). •jo, HYDE ROAD,

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HOXTON N. Auction Sales held periodically the Mart. Properties included on favourable Terms. Surveys, Inventories and Valuations made for Probate, and other purposes. Dilapidations assessed. Mortgages arranged. Rente collected. Distraints levied. Entire management of Distraints
01 January 1910 - Shoreditch Observer - London, London, England
 
PEARL ASSURANCE COMPANY, LTD. Chief Offices: London Bridge. E.C. P. J. FOLEY. Esq., Presidsnt. Annual Income £1.902,000 Funds iusreased during

PEARL ASSURANCE COMPANY, LTD. Chief Offices: London Bridge. E.C. P. J. FOLEY. Esq., Presidsnt. Annual Income £1.902,000 Funds iusreased during

the year 1903 by £316,000 Claims Paid Additional representative- wanted. G. SIIKU™L Direct,,-,. BIRKBECK BANK. ESTABLISHED 1851 SOUTHAMPTON BUILDINGS, HIGH HOLBORN, W.C. P® * Cent. INTEREST allowed on Deposit Accounts Repayable on Demand. 2 per Cent. INTEREST allowed on Current
01 January 1910 - Shoreditch Observer - London, London, England