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East London Press (Newspaper) - September 11, 1883, London, Middlesex EAST LONDON PRESS Published every Saturday ONE HALFPENNY SEPTEMBER ONE HALFPENNY GAEMAN CHEMISTS DENTISTS ARE NOW SELLING Patent AT GREATLY REDUCED SPECIMEN OF Patent size charged and in and Pears fid size charged 4d sine fur Larjre or Potash and each 4s Best Carbonate of Epsom per 4 Finest Castor per Best Castile per per by the half TOST TREDEGAR Opposite Coborn Roid Station AND AT ROMAN E Full List can br Itaii gratia fit 21 PRACTICAL TAILOR AND MILE END AXD WHITECHAPEL Block Diagonnl Morning Coats to All Wool Tweed thoroughly shrunk Business in all styles A Large and wellassorted Stock of Boys and Youths Suits from to to JUVENILE SUITS IN ALL The neatly braided to The Oxford to ESTABLISHED SANITARY SHOP FRONT AND OFFICE And Contractor for every description of General House White Horse Opposite the Estimates given on the shortest Orders by Post strictly attended HATS HATS HATS THE HEAD THE EYE AXD THE POCKET FOR THESE ADVANTAGES GO TO FIELDS DIEECT SUPPLY HAT MILE END AND COMMERCIAL CONINGHAM COMMERCIAL GENERAL COMMERCIAL Opposite Limehouse Clockmaker and Working MILE END R Exactly opposite Stipuey Every effort will be made to execute orders with ESTIMATES SENT BY Specimens for Fancy Printing and Lithography sent to any part of BAKER AND MILE END BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Mile that his Celebrated PURE FERMENTED BREAD Is made from the Best Wheaten Flour without adulteration in the process of He also begs to call special attention to his GENUINE HOMEMADE So thoroughly appreciated by all Families waited upon Shopkeepers supplied to retail at the current prices of the TWINN begs to inform the Public generall that he on hand a Large and Varied Stoii of and all kinds of a exceptionally Special attention is paid to articles made to ord r and every description of being ixecutct on the premises by experienced under Twinns personal Wedding Rings and sold bv weight 9 BOOTS BOOTS BOOTS W HOLES A E O N L TO BE SOLI 111 ERNEST White Horse Mile A QUANTITY OF GIRLS AND CHILDRENS SERVICEABLE BOOTS Any kind of Boot or Shoe made to No Needlework No Compo WANTED to purchase in large or small quantities for Childrens Boot any kind of Patent Pieces or or 10 MCARTHYS IRONMONGERY 294 Mile End The Largest and Best Assortment of FURNISHING In the East COMPARE OUR LAIN FIGURES AND No ABATEMENT is ODR BUILDERS 5ENERAL SHEET ROOFING WIRE Ste Price REPAIRS CLOSE 0V THURSDAYS AT o 12 TO AND ELECTRIC SOLUBLE INK as A used by the Bank of Hudsons Bay and other large 6rms at home and BLACK WRITING AND COPYING AND GREEN WRITING INK Can be carried in the pocket or dressingcase with im Quickly made by simply putting two or three aellets in a tablespoonful or two of Within one minute afterwards an excellent permanent and noncor osive freeflowing Black Writing Fluid is equal to 3 gallons A pinch or two of the colours in the same way instantlv makes a beau and truecoloured Ink of thekind To those travellingj going and they are immensely convenient the advantages carrving liquid is dispensed It takes up the mallest and is instantly made in any or rendering one entirely independent of A box containing separately equal to one pint and quarterpint each of Three Other in FREE ox RECEIPT OE BT WEBSTER AND SOLE STANLEY LEIGHS COMEDYDRAMA Under the direction of VICTOR YOUNG LADY and GENTLEMEN Amateurs to join the above Stamped envelope to YORK 65 A Perfect Boon to Mothers f ROGERS NURSERY ONE APPLICATION will destroy all NITS and PARASITES in Childrens and imme diately allay the ITCHINGand IRRITATION while nu occasional application will always keep the Head in a thoroughly HEALTHY and CLEANLY It is the only Preparation which may be used with SAFETY in THE PREPARED ONLY BY WILLIAM BEN Sold in and Extra for the use of or Large Special Bottles for 13 Kulil by all Itair SWISS GINGER AND ICES MILE END ROAD Opposite the Three Mackerel and AND BISHOPSGATE STREET Block Ice all the year round for Medicinal Coffee and Chocolate always ALL ARTICLES WARRANTED 16 MILE END MILE END BEST HOUSEHOLD BEST WHITES PASTRY WHITES SPLENDID HORSE MIXTURE SPECIALITY AXD FINE MIDLOTHIAN OATMEAL Note the MILE END MILE END 17 IMPORTANT THE LITTLE WONDER NOTED STEWED EEL AND EEL PIE Mile End Next door to Hirsts East End R successor to the late begs respectfully to return his sincere thanks or the kind patronage he has received during the ast three and hopes by strict attention to combined with to continue to re cive the same bountiful SUPERIOR DUTCH EELS ready from 12 until 12 k 6d PER k MINCE PIES superior to any other house in k Families waited upon for orders o the EEL PIE Mile End 18 FOR HAIR GO TO Kl BU R T E T T R 0 A Near East London AMIL1ES AND SCHOOLS WAITED UPON LUSBYS SUMMER AND WINTER MILE END Sole Proprietors CROWIJER and and of the Canterbury Theatre of Westminster EVERY E V E N I N G The Great Successful Canterbury A Silvor and produced by Paul with all its reputable grandeur after uninterrupted run of over 100 nights at the Canter bury Theatre of Introducing the Four the Great Musical the Edrn Kate The Kate Louisa Nellie Kate Misses Rye and De Corv phees ami Corps De GRAND ILLUMl NATED introducing upwards of loo The Three Brothers Triple Bar Performers Annie Fred and Madame Ethel Charles the three Sisters Vienese I he Light ning Oil Madame Operatic and Ballad Jolly Fred Frank anil other Admission Balcony or bodv of settee orchestra stalls arm boxes each private 1 and Musical Charles Charles Laurie General Wilton at CANTERBURY THEATRE OF WESTMINSTERSRI CROWDER and PAYNE and of LusbyV Summer and Winter Every Evening an Entirely New and Original Grand Spectacular the Mountain Witch and produced by Paul Valentine Music by Corrie Scenery by Soames Dresses by Mesdames Selina and Taylor Properties by Jackson Limelight by Sahin Introducing theGreatlittle DolphRowella and Madame Rowella Arthur the Foppiest of Fops the Veteran Baken ham Sisters Topsy and Annie Miss Miss and One Hundred Corps de The Cubian Harry Madame the Four Charles DC Leclerq Ethel Hanlon Volta Sisters Jolly John Fred Continued success of The Bombardment of Alexandria Egypt in Descriptive War Song by Fred Prices from to Doors open at General Thiodon Musical Special The Sliding Roof open every Evening weather per rendering this Hall the coolest and most comfortable in the PRESS The Bow Cemetery grievance meeting on Sun day almost baffles may be gathered from the report in another Whoever may he and whoever may be it is evident that the most sensational part of the proceedings or what is popularly termed the set was created by those opposed to the Grievance Com Our comments on the questions at issue stand over until after the next THE Friendly Societies gathering at All Saints on was a very impressive and worthy in every way of the associations which took part in The day was everything that could be and the sight of the banners and regalia drew many thousands of people to watch the stately processions as they slowly went jy on their way to the The object of the demonstration was the extremely laudable one of augmenting the funds of the Poplar Hospital and committee of management went the right way o for collection boxes were seen on every IT was not so very long ago that at an Oddfellows banquet near his country Brymbo spoke at some length on the itility of these Friendly urging upon his learers the great benefits to he derived from join ng one or more of said the right lonourable was a virtue which tended o propagate and providence was the main spring of How true these two sayings ire becomes apparent when we remember how these societies have spread over the land until here is scarcely a workingman who is not a mem er of and who has joined knowing full well that he will speedily lay by something for a rainy O R N A M E N T A L First at the Lowest ladies Combings prepared and made up from per NEWS AGENT AND VICTORIA HACKNEY I All Orders for Books and Papers punc tually attended 20 Now that the Asylums Hoard have purchased a quantity of land In close to their smallpox the local authorities are taking advantage of this to secure a portion of the frontage on that the thorough fare may be The whole of the property from the Grove to contiguous to the Asylum is to be This will be no great loss to the as the houses are of a very primitive and pretty enough in their day have degenerated until in their old age they arc not and there is very little good in keeping up a lot of shanties little better than with tenants to One of the larger houses that have to bow to the inevit able was once occupied by James known in the City as an but to the world as a writer of hymns of sufficient merit to find a place in nearly every collection where the Protestant religion is The object in view on the part of the Asylums Board is to concentrate their offices and and to have the ambulance station close to the This will undoubtedly be a because it will save the public being scared to a great for even familiar as is the sight of these unsightly vehicles every time an ambulance makes its ap pearance in a there is wrung from the inner depths of the neighbours a sigh in which the element of fright and the experts say there is nothing so productive of disease as It is a thousand pities that the step now being projected was not taken two or three years and thus have saved a few thousands of A mere the Board would no doubt say in their collective capacity how had the expenditure been necessary we venture to think they would have thought twice before entering upon a tithe of the to say nothing of the selfcondemnation they would have felt in being guilty of extremely un businesslike VICTOBIA PARK entertain of a vocal and literary was given on Wednesday evening in the schoolroom under the in which the Band of connected with the took the leading The Vincent under the conductorship of also did that which found favour in the sight of a tolerably numerous and what with a solo singing and a very pleasant evening was THE SALVATION ARMY AT The located in close to Stratford were crowded on Thursday the occasion being a presentation of ban nerets to twenty after holiness icj at by Major proceedings of under the auspices of the 415th From what could be gathered from the tone of the it appeared that each sergeant who got a flag pledged by the acceptance of to manifest at all times a spirit of zeal and devo tion in the to obey those set over to forget his own and not to seek thn things which minister to his own but to do those things which will advance the Salvation endeavouring to follow out in practice thn words of the All I have I leave for Jesus The enthusiasm was all undertaking u sergeants duties having had a copy of the ser geants when acknowledged as by the fixing ul bayonets and firing a PRESENTATION OF nv THK Saturday nights meeting at the barracks was also full of The forces mustered well to the preceded by a holiness an event long to be remembered took the presentation of colours to the 41ntli General was greeted with a Salva tion Army he did not propose ti inflict a lengthy speech upon them but he would just ask their attention for a minute or two to remind them that over years ago the Blessed Master laid down His life for the whole world yet the world ignored the fact or would not act upon 18 years as he walked up and down East about two miles from where they then he saw thousands of people sunk in neither the best of this world nor of the themselves to an early gravei and to an early He thought that something practical should be there must be sown one way open to all and easy of It is not the church that The great business is to get men to It is God who puts men andl women No shibboleth or Church can The General went on to relate that he deter mined to start the Salvation army which endeavours to draw men and women to accept army which maken places like Stratford and the world at into Paradise If a man falls down they picked him up In twelve different nations of the world tneir colours were New South Lower They had to cele brate their 600th Corps at Exeter Hall Halle lujah ami this reminded him that they officers in Great Britain and 200 officers abroad 240 were already organised in tlus and they were winning souls all along the line Of course there were Some objected to a drum in the An old lady in Leicester You are never going to take that drum out on Sunday He said they and in re ply to the question what the people at her church were brought together to worship she proudly We have a He the General You ring them in we drum them if it be right to hit a piece of it cant be far wrong to strike a piece of stretched parchment at any they were A woman said i My you have made the denominations work since you came Church of the the big Methodists and the little cant tell which is one and which is tother but they cant walk He would say no more further than to remind them that the colours he was about to present to the 415th Corps were intended to preach to them and uprightness of which the Salvation Army insists precious blood of the Son of God which purchased salvation for us sun in the centre of represents the Sun of the Holy who will teach the ignorant the direct knowledge of Motto Blood and Fire blood of the Son of God and the fire of the Holy Ghost which hums in the heart of every true ColourSergeant Ellis then received the colours at the hands of General and spoke to the meeting with great followed by Lieutenant who was listened to with great interest The kneedrill on Sunday was well the General being present at about eleven oclock and the meeting which followed was full of en some of the enemy being OLD BEN JOHNSON Blue White comfortable lodge was opened on Thursday last week by Primo Nichols the at nine There was a very fair and a satisfactory collection was Some very fair harmony was rendered by Primes and Hill the 18th an esteemed member of thin be presented with a jewel for past services Sir of when it is hoped there will be a grand muster of Buffs of all EASTEKN BEDFORD held at Host The Black Mile flourishing lodge was opened by Primo Host Gilbey and brothers at in the absence of the He was faced by Primo and after the usual business the lodge was kept in roars of laughter by the joviality of the brothers which madu the perpetually busy collecting the The health of the visiting brothers was drunk and responded to by Primo Sir John Primo Primo and After some pleasing harmony by Primos the loving was passed by Host Gilbey and Irimo Thn lodge was closed by Primo Gilbey and brothers at andlovers of the Thes pian art would do well to cuniinunicate with Stanley and who have this year decided to start a company with the object of supplying a long felt want amongst amateurs and students of dramatic the practice of stage business by means of collective rehearsals and frequent public under the direction of pome person competent to thus affording a source of amnso mcut to those who join the company forthat ind continual study for those members who some future period to make the dramatic art their The company Is under the direction of Victor a rising young actor of sterling ability and and one who will pay every attention to the requirements of its Full particulars can be obtained by forwarding stamped directed envelope to Stanley and Leighs ComedyDrama York square
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