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BEAUTIFUL TEEN al Isla el SOZODONT asiale• Mums tbsteeth sad spaces between them ea nothing else will. Bound and pearly

BEAUTIFUL TEEN al Isla el SOZODONT asiale• Mums tbsteeth sad spaces between them ea nothing else will. Bound and pearly

while teeth, Tog bpi, and fragrant breath ensured. Alai for 1110ZODONT. Ss.
13 September 1895 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
MR. RHODES AND HIS 2000 KEYS. It may be remembered that when Mr. Rhodes enelneed hie great pleasaunce in South

MR. RHODES AND HIS 2000 KEYS. It may be remembered that when Mr. Rhodes enelneed hie great pleasaunce in South

Afriee he decided to issue keys to those of the public who might wish to visit it. He lately received a consignment of keys, but he does not intend to issue them after all. It. is so pleased with the considerate behaviour of the crowds of persona who have visited leis demesne th
13 September 1895 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
BELOW LONDON PRICES FANCY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION

BELOW LONDON PRICES FANCY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION

A Large Stook of Cheap and Standard Music.
13 September 1895 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
WILLIAM COLES,

WILLIAM COLES,

Photographer, 60, QUEEN'S ROAD, WATFORD. PORTRAITS OF CHILDREN A SPECIALITY.
13 September 1895 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
A ROYAL LRIDE TO BE.

A ROYAL LRIDE TO BE.

The betrothal of H.R.H. Princess Alezandra Louisa Olga Victoria, third daughter of the Duke of dine-Cciburg Gotha, to h.s Serene Highness the IPreditarar Prince of Hohenlohe - Langenburg, is officiilly announced. The Prince of • distinguished' rai.e, owning considerable possessi
13 September 1895 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 

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J. FAVELL,

J. FAVELL,

Milliner, Hosier, and General Draper, HIGH ST., WEALDSTONE.
02 August 1895 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
EXCURSIONISTS IN DANGER.

EXCURSIONISTS IN DANGER.

The Isle of Man steamer, King Orry, which left Liverpool at noon on Saturday with nearly 1000 passengers, met with a seriols mishap. When nearing Douglas Pier the steam steering chain snapped. The stern gear was at once utilised, but not in time to prevent a collision with the p
02 August 1895 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
THE BASTARD CASK

THE BASTARD CASK

An action of Bastard ". Bastard, which has occupied the Divorce Court for several days. came to a conclusion on Saturday. A stockbroker of t hat name had obtained a decree ni. , i ou the ground of misconduct by his wife with a broker named Brunton. The Queen's Proctor intervened
02 August 1895 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
Grand Fete & Gala

Grand Fete & Gala

will be held in Mr. FRED. ATKIN'S FIELD SATURDAY, AUG. 3, 1895 All Benefit CLUBS invited. Members and Juveniles wearing their Scarfs in procession admitted free. Grand VARIETY CONCERTS in the afternoon and evening, The foaming artistes will appear Miss MARIE KEHLIEN, Mr. WALTER
02 August 1895 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England
 
X Ilk Cads,

X Ilk Cads,

Messrs. Drury and Brooks. of Marlborouuh Farm Dairy, Wealdstone, were summoned at the instance of Mr Robert Watts, inspector under the Food and Drugs Acts, for selling milk from which ten per cent of fat had been extracted. Mr. Ricketts, jun , defended.—Mr. Watts stated that on
02 August 1895 - Harrow Observer - London, London, England