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Middlesex Courier (Newspaper) - April 9, 1897, London, Middlesex A WEEKLY OF LOCAL NEWS FOR CHILD'S E t KENSAL MILL and No. 15.--Vol. APRIL 9, 1897. ( the Price One & The charge for the of Announcements this Beading is Is. for ihs first four and 3d. per line m 4th 28^ Abercorn Maida the wife of Herbert the 7th at 90, the wife of Alfred of a 3rd at Christ by Rev. C. Dale Dudley Richard of 87, Hamilton to Beatrice Mary of 4, South Streatley fourth daughter of the late Horace the 5th John Nelson of 95, aged 36. 2nd at 35, Streatley Harry Harmood eldest son of the late T. vicar of in his 52nd No the 31st,ult., at Eleanor younger daughter of the late Thomas aged 44 JAMES Ths Old Established 263, HIch CLASS 1.-JLwcn pain of Ehn uid QUai 6. CLASS 2.-Haona and pairs of Coffin and compute - 10.>-'03; CLASS 3.-^Hesns end pairs of and 5a. CLASS 4.-i3mCofflnomplta,Btt*nduio*,FimeTal Carriage and CLASS 2a. Mate m iha on or ly and I fi. FUNERAL FURNISHERS AND Carriage 81, HIGH AND 35, Late Charles THE MISSES 10/6. Style Ptt SPEriE TO 0BDE8S. Day and Evening &c. Charges NOTE JMen ATKINS & Decorators and Sanitary OAS AND HOt WATER CONTRACTORS FOR GENERAL HOUSE ST NOW SHOWING French IN ALL THE NEW 5HADES, AND Cnt 5ilk Shirts In Black and Fancy Detachable and 12/6, 16/6, 19/6. Fancy Cotton Shirts 53, 55, 57, 59, & 6t, HIGH 8 & 8b, Cambridge C. 5. with Battam a BUILDER & & - 28, AM work carried own WHAT IS It is a Liquid Extract of the useful constituents of Fine A added to boiling water gives a cup of delicious Coffee in an superior to tlie best ground SYMINGTON & ARE THE To be obtained In and la. kWm m WItli Sa A SiVB IHK LoHas An This Noted ta \m Xau at Iv U u tha a ot at tha all In fSa a Hosg takaa at a nat asd Jroin Sold in 9ntaiilingiig, 2s, BLACK CURRANT and aad 37, & Court 2i3, lirCH r The in the Trade for sIli of from 78.6a. of Carls Sa. CU. ea. All Hair Died in Is to ba A for red or in 8ix one liquid - 6A>x W. T. 127i mm Carrer ft in any cleaned and in any length kept o V in R. Ew CABi 3, Canterbury miti an 0aniacia V ' Q. 150, Purveyor of English & Colonial BEST 8UALITY CANTERBURY LAMB A ' Try Our Noted AtL meat sold at - - - possible FAMILIES WAITED UPON DAILY FOR 150. MANOR PARK RD. 2, MAMET Garden 6f^^ry^^eabH0oii of Best Will this Season be offering a WJce HARLESDEN Sign Writing The and cheapest house in the trade for of sign in Glass and Gilding and Written by G. THE SIGN 176, High and Beblin Wools Scotch fElCOCK from 2A1 per lb. 1^. per par lb. and Shetland Wools Silks ' per ot all Kinds In Stock at lav at W. Daily Bookbinding of Bit KInda at THE EMPIRE ' price T best mm of the to an In the methods of and and of detail and all the essentials of a typewriter of of and You be with the Then Ton want to lead the Then use you have not write THE far bW ras oa OM E. & aOLD MEDAL FROM a W br to 29/- from 6/-, 7/6, 410/6 Per tha with a of Baai at iha far or oa nis High ' GO to church BEST GOODS AT LOWEST SUITABLE FOB ALL FOB ol Evary Stock in - The - 44,TAYi ' and i ' ' of aU allowance while disabled by ot Samage caused bj Hones or tn to the penons or property of third ' for of rates from 10/- per cent The the Corporation are accepted by Her Majesty's should this 8/-per Besl em Fire 7h tot All losa is np tha amount of the to tna of of i and AlID m MADAME ELIZA Professional Trinity iu voice and 14 and by a gentleman who has taken at Trinity etc. can 1)6 attended at their own homes or Terms to 31, Kenilworth Land and MR. F. S. Estate Land 61, STATION FREE Bales of and every 296, THE AND AT 64, High OP EVERY DESCRIPTION OF TRIPE AND EVERY THE iC HIGH AT hkh school Tm bom Buk Midland W. H. Sossez lata and by W. London Q. O. H. A la the 8arriba;rani - Boji an annually other teat ' In Ua a tew In iha School fa a for Bon tan direct Head on CHEAP HOUSE REPAIRS AHD DECORA Free Register of Houses to be Let or AUCTION Sales of &c. ibr or f INVENTORIES made and SPECIFICATIONS for every 4rwn and mates PROPERTY Estates 1 and accounts rendered or mortgages opt bed 8itting.room, suit City 6s.-per close to gentleman clerk out daring the six shillings a close to Harley - - home recommended by gentleman for one or two Christian youn with or without terms Souse to be or in Road Church side aa 15 Rooms wanted near Willesden Junction for three V. High isri the Portraits of lie ate allowing Very rapid Beat Method of which Sir Isaac the ' P. ii Every Description of ' 5iiles of roads and Prices from 20 guineas per easy - Franda Land 20 and 30, Chancery willing to shops for prompt no lowest 80, Maida 5 wanted XI hf young partial and as - Bicycle Reply be to H. 67, Trinity Wool N. two or pleasantly situated near
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