Thursday, November 18, 1886

Bermondsey Review And South London Record

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Bermondsey Review And South London Record (Newspaper) - November 18, 1886, London, Middlesex SECOND EDITION, Thursday, ^eceir.ber 23rd, 1886. AND South London Record. Circulating in Bermondsey, Rdtherhithe, Horselydown, St. G-eorge's, Deptford, <feo. The Whole Issue of " The Review " is in the hands of the Residents by the First and Third Saturday in each Month, thus affording a most Prompt, Ready, and Effective Mode of Communication with the Inhabitants of the above Localities for Tradesmen generally, and specially for Notices of Meetings, Entertainments, Literary and Official Advertisements, all of which, by being inserted in ' The Review," come under the eye of the Public promptly and directly an by Telegram. No. 32. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1886. GRATIS. To Secure First Class Work AT Moderate Charges SEND ALL YOUR ORDERS TO 3% rmljj ndiatl & rittlm in tfa Moitb, CLARENCE & CO. THE LOCAL PEIll'TEES, 12, SoBlhwark Park Road, (Neae Geange Road.) BOOKBINDING, At First Cost. PRINTING, At One Hour's Notice. STATIONERY, At Manufacturers Prices.. Framed W JBe^t St$e at �alf ttieitstoal prices. 3 . COLLISION AT SPA ROAD STATION, On Tuesday morning, shortly after eight o'clock, a serious collision happened at the Spa-road Station of the South Eastern Railway. From what can he at present ascertained, a Great Northern train from Woolwich, w^as standing at the platform, when it was run into hy a train of empty wagons which was going to Bricklayers' Arms. A dense fog prevailed at the time and, fortunately the empty train was running at a slow rate of speed, or the consequences would have been far more serious than they wTere. As it was the brake of the passenger train was completly smashed, and the guard was so much injured that he had to be taken to the hospital. Several of the passengers also complained of having been severely shaken. A breakdown gang was at once sent, .to the spot to clear the line, which they succeeded-in-doing after about two hours' work, but during. tha whole of this time the down line was completely blocked, whilst the up traffic was al^o greatly delayed. NO DRINKS FOR THE POSTMEN. . The Postmaster-General again calls attention to the fact that the least desirable manner in which A appreciation can be shown of the labours of thfr postmen during the Christmas and New Year season is to offer them drink while in the discharge of their- official duties, ^This Js -an-.-act of w&taken kindness which i# calculated,~to brieg them into trouble and disgrace. The Postmaster-Genen earnestly hopes, ^heireforef th$,t lh&'/p"&fiEct@i refrain from putting ju_ch temptation in..thearjaw^. at Wri are- inforweu1 {torn a* MiaMeA spiwce-'tB: Lord Randolph Churchill Has, or intends reajgning %officia^oBi^ 9 r; j- v3 \;qo(J A

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