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   Hackney Express And Shoreditch Observer (Newspaper) - October 31, 1891, London, Middlesex                                MS A9v as light T if E3 If 1  w � * -I L-l tail*.?, "i I" - YBTAL OIL, AND it* OHKAS THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR] [OF PUBLICATION. Vol. XXXY. SATURDAY,  OCTOBER 1 ^rv*i;i 1   V i    ^ ""Hi "J- ; . JSC. rOun Pebihg ax ^BMdQuclen J^OKDOK SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION. "TO THE ELECTORS OF TSE DIVISION OP HACKNEY. si -in If  Hi Lasxxb and Gsktlzksn, I lwg to offer myBplf again as a Candidate for the London School Board. I believe that the experience which yod. havje had of the present Board -will have convinced, you., that a radical change in the personnel of the Board is absolutely necessary to ensure moderate expenditure and careful supervision. � *'   .- ^iAjukn the indifEerenpe-of the Ratepayers, the J&Wyrho have had a ^^terest inincreaa iIT*-; * the Scl Off Prwtdri,B Private to u doty for the week duty-Captain H L eot torn thii otto :- .- Corporal H. a. IVG. 7. Moore, to f� 'Object also to theattetnpfc to use the London School Board as a means for introducing non-Lai schemes-e.g.!: Greches,' feeding and imfMrlTtll -.1 a.- Inwd to tht nnkcd during the euntat Mopflt7t2ndK � J.I Sateryi pan. Weaaesaay^th ARMS. ThsJwlMearijrg dnriBgittoinoiitkiiOf 'Axmsirill tike plwe KgtoxdI oxdi- M�ate :Aadnai of^ c^attert^mH# A Co.: D.Porxeutx B Co. :6..Eav>ii9^M^   H. D Co.: G. fihatrbckjl F.Befl reqnired at Head US, Shatohe 81ftlOptofattf The Eeeoad BejrfDesftal meattaiiedP* o. :!T. Core : W. Ives CdV: B. Uoal Co.: A. Googh ^      G. Brown p^Ool t B. H. Cooke 1 M Co.: I. W. Howton ohky, Oaptaxr, is Adjutant KEBS. ' be held in the Heas her. Chair to be taken HAOKHTf B    _ Piopta, anfl And are pojlcA^ BUtiona ,_ ton-Hackney^Hott Bow. weekly in the under- � � Saturday. o�wn7oa Obsxbveb. axr Dmpatoh. *tbe / failbwiDg Baflwmy '   -Hime^on-Dmii-Park^-Old Ford- clothing children, &c, at the expense of the Rates. I think that some form of control should be provided 'within the Board to limit the expenditure and to keep it within the estimates of the year. At present each Committee has practically a free hand.  '' "' The Assisted Education Act has for a time at least freed-the Voluntary/Schools from the persistent attacks of their enemies, but the interests o$ Voluntary Schools etui need to be carefully watched'and maintained. Should you do me the honour to return me as one of your Members, I pledge myself- (1) To attend regularly; (2) To do my best to secure reduction in the present heavy expenditure ; (3) To guard the interests of Voluntary Schools; (4) To   onpose  every attempt for the dis- continuance of Bible teaching in the Board Schools; (5) To see that there ia a loyal and thorough administration of the Elementary Education Acts in the interests equally of (a) the Children, and (I) the Ratepayers; (6) To probe to their root the causes which have led to the shameful waste of the public money in the bad building of Schools, and by carefully adjusting responsibility to prevent its repetition in future ;," (7) To administer the laws relating to the compulsory attendance of children at school so as to bear as lightly as possible upon the indigent poor, and to administer those laws in places which shall be free from the criminal and contaminating surroundings of Police Courts. FRANCIS HOWSE. 13, Amhttbbt Parx, Stabcpokd Hill, N. 26th October, 1891. 8HOBBDITCH JOJTNG MSN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. 4, KINQBLAHP BOAT), LONDON, N.S. LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. SESSION 1891-91 MEETINGS OPEN TO ALL YOUNG HEN. � President  ..  Vf.C. HUGHES, Esq. Not. 3.-DiscuRsioD -. " Women's Education."   Followed by Discussion.       Opener, Mrs. Richardson ,   8.-Lkctobk :   " The Scriptural Framework of ftihonfe 4 Paradise Lost.1" Followed by Dis-cnssiea. Mr. W. C. Eabt. 16.-Lectnrej **An Hour withtheMicroscope." IUnstrated by IdmeUghtApparatoB. Br. Gbbrakd Smth. Piaeasaian: " What ought the State to do, and wbatTwe must do.** ..' .  Opener, Jasv Bbahch, Eiq., L.C.C THE  BOROUGH OF FINSBCRY PERMANENT INVESTMENT BUILDING  SOCIETY, 898, CITT ROAD,  E.G. Established 1868. Chairman  ..  Dr. DANFOBD THOMAS, Coroner for the Counties of London and Middlesex. Board or Dibbctobs. Benjamin, Elias, 138, New North-road, N. Elseottf Chaa. Frederick, Storth Holme, Shortlands, Kent. Ingram, Thomas Philimore, 85, Carter-street, Lorrimore-sgnare, SJB. King, William James, 2. GlonceBter^reecent, Regent's Park, N.W. Pickbnrn, James Thomas, St Oswald's, 61, Downs-road, Clapton, N.E. Poley, Pierre Stephen,NewportHonse,BarnBbnryPark,N. Sheehy, Dr. Wm. Hy, Patmore, 4, Claremont'Square, N. Webb, William Herbert, Barton House, Camden-road, N. Shares �25 each. Monthly Subscription, 10b. per Share Liberal Advances. 5s. for preliminary surrey. No Premiums or Fees. DEPOSITS RECEIVED FROM 5s. AT FOUR PEK CENT. BEPAYABLE ON DEMAND UP TO �20 Special BateB for fixed termB. Deposit Capital �78.000. Share Capital �126,000. Amount secured by Mortgage �244,000. Prospectus on application. H. W. ALABONE, Manager. rjlO WN HALL,  SHORBDITCH. yERMONT    COLLEGE Y CLAPTON. 116 and 118, DOWNS PARK ROAD. H. CAR3 'ART TAILOR, COKTBACTOR T - tower olunteers. ctoria park, rv�        a- -  * 4W AssiBtea hy a Staff of 14 Masters. SPECIAL RELIGIOUS SERVICES FOR THE  PEOPLE. ON  SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1st,  1891. Preacher : 4 MB.  GBOEGE  NOKE6. Doors open at 8 o'clock. | From 8 to 8.S0 Selections will be played and sung by a STRINGED   BAND AND THE TOWN HALL CHOIR. Bpfcial and Enlarged Choir. Come Early. Hymn Books provided.      Sankey's- Latest 1 fJ^HE OBLET   HALL, HACKNEY. TRIANGLE, fBstbxtttea Wisna; Black Asylums, a*. 80s. to 60s 86s. to 46a. PROSPECTUS FORWARDED ON APPLICATION. G THOMAS & CONTRACTOR HAMLETS:9pi 12, ST. t. Jl CLOTHEBRB FOB ALL CLA ART TAILORS I   NEWLAND   &   SON, 1st TOWER OLUNTEERS, HOXTON. OUTFITTERS AT ALL PRICES. steam dyers & cleaners, 10 8,   leonard   street, GREAT EASTERN STREET, E-C. B^a^saBa�PaT^aT^aBa^aBa^a^BBBaBJ GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHES CLEANED, DYED, AND ftttpATRflD IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE. I R KB i 1 H * - � B �_  Bontham THREE per ttparable on demand i TWO per CENT, ated on ' ' 1 below �1 STOCKS, SHiRES; �old. SAVINGS For the en rbiH snms on de TBBEE per CENT Aeeonnts are balan March annually. ISO.. BANK, banoery-lane. ST allowed o&DeposUa, ACCOUNTS, caleu-when not drawn Trowsers    .. Coate   ...... Oentlemen*a Baits Light OTorooati ,. Overcoats A Ulsters Cleaned, Is. Od. 2s. Od. 8a. 64. 8s. 6d. 8a. to 4s. ti i it Dyed 2s. Od. ,   8s. Od. 6s. Od. �0. 6d. , 4s. to fis. THE  SPECIAL RELIGIOU8  8ERVICES FOR  THE   WORKING CLASSES. SUNDAY NEXT, NOVEMBER lat, 1891. Preacher '. CHARLES BUTTON,  ESQ. Sankey's Hymn Book will be need. Leader of the Sinking Organist *  * Mr. J. B. BRIDGMAN. Mr. ALEXANDER. THE  POOREST MOST WELCOME. All Seats Free.   Come Early. Doors open at 6.30.   To commence at 7. Special Beligicrae Services Committee, 8, Bridewell-place, B.C. J. PURSELL, Manager. LADIES' DRESSES DYED WHOLE 4b. 6d. DAMASKS AND  REPPS DYED INGRAIN COLORS B purchased and PARTMENT Thrift the Bank receives �a Interact at the rate.of un, on each completed �1. is added on the 81st VENSGBOFT, Manager. Z'ae Birkbeck BOW TO GUINEAS LAND FOB immediate posses BECK FBBEHOLD THE post free, on Bonthampton-bnild^gsJ THOME BUILD BBS Annnal Receipts exceed as. _ A HOUSE fob TWO NTH, OR A PLOT OF 7GB PER MONTH, with the Offloe of the BIRK- with fait particalars, TENS CROFT, Manager -lane BRITANNIA,  the  GREAT   THEATRE, Hoxtan,   Sole Proprietress, Mrs, S. Laxx. Production for Six Nights only of Mark Melford's celebrated xomantae drama " Flying from Justice/' and special engagement of Mr. Percy Lindon as Golly. Monday, NoTember2nd and during the week at 7, Flying from Justice. Mr. Percy Lindon. Misses Beatrice Joy, Oliph Webb, Elise Lewis, M. Griffiths, A. Morgan, M. Peuifer. Meson. Algernon Byms, Walter Bteadman, E. Beeoher, W. Gardiner, W. Copley, H. Varna, G. B. Bigwood, �. Leigh, J. Monro. Vabiktiks. The Mayne Minstrel Quartette. Conclnding(Thursday and Hatnrday excepted) with Dm tou xtkb bbno totjk Wive to Chtkoforu ? Thursday, November 5th and Saturday, 7th, the historical dnmaGr/y Favkbs, and Burning of the Guy, etc. JpURNISH ON THE JpUENISH ON THE -pUBNISH ON THE JJACKNEY FURNI8HING COMPANY'S INSTALMENT  SYSTEM. Simple, Private. Satisfactory. Bedsteads and Bedding, Carpets, Floor Coverings, Ironmongery. THE HACKNEY FURNISHING COMPANY Drawing Room Suites, 8 Dining Room Suites, Parlour Suites, Bedroom Suites. THE HACKNEY FURNISHING COMPANY 1, 2 or 3 Years System of Credit. Deposit Is. in the �, vie.: Twenty Shillings Deposit on �20, and 5s. per week-�5 Fire Shillings Deposit, 2s-6d. weekly* No deposit can be arranged. mEE HACKNEY FURNISHING COMPANY The Evening News says :- u The conveniences of the Hire System have & SON, CONTEAO TOBS, AT�g|WOBKS, 28 8, HAOEN^EY EOAD, E. BflTABLTffHBD 1620 banitabt wo^^^|��t dbsobiftion on the 8h0btbbt hoticb. MERRETT  BROTHERS, FUNERAL FUENISHEES, 67, wokship street, flnsbuky. never been mnrc cleai-ly demonstrated than in the transaction*! of this Company. To be enabled to furaiah a house throughout in any style one may fancy* on a scale of extending payments, is about as much as any one can wish, but the Hackney Furnishing Company offers other inducements - it charges only cash prices, without a bill of sale or other publicity. Feraons about to furnish would do well to make themselves acquainted with the greatest advantages offered "by tftis company* and to make a tour of inspection round its extensive show rooms."-December 3, 1885, FUNEEALS TO SUIT ALL CLASSES. DISTANCE HO OBJECT. ESTABLISHED  1860. o T NE, TWO or THREE YEARS' Credit, "With or Without Deposit. iHE HACKNEY FURNISHING CO! �20,000 Stock to Select from. Highest References from our Customers. Catalogues, Prospectus, and GuidePost Free. ANY FURNISH ftOHKEASY TEEMS. WTTTAM|SCOMPANY, 231, OLD STM% SHOBEDITCH, E.G. ftlA /-Ai^fBTOCKonownSpadousPrein^ *i-"�VVl|i�gV � Belaet bom. k Termathe eaaiortlniliona^n. no trouble, no security, 'tnotextn otaaxgas. �5 10 0 0 0 0 0wozthJK^^$po8U;BaJaiice2B. 6d. weekly 0 0 0 n ti n 1- wrsJh;- ti it 26 0 0   , , * 0 0 �.-.i$B$&% � i* ff 80.6d. 4a. 6d. 6a. 8d� 6t.6d. 70.6d* Special uzu^iunts tot l&rgtr qaantitiea. II I* IV � tv THEATRICALS. FANCY DEESS BALLS AND SCENERY. THE BBBT & CHEAPEST HOUSE IN LONDON FOR THE HXBE OF EVEBY KIND OF COSTUME SUITABLE FOB THE ABOVE w.  waller'S, 84  & 86, TABEBNACLE STEEET, LONDON, E.G. AHATEUB FEBFOBMANCES ATTENDED. T WILLIAM   FOX   AND   SONS, family & dispensing chemists, 109 Aio> lit, BETHNAL   GREEN   ROAD, 72, B^IDPORT PLACE, HOXTON. The Drugs, Chemicals, and Phammwntical Preparations sold at these Establishmetits are of the finest qualitj. All Prescriptions and Family. Recipes are compounded only by tbose well experleneed in dispensing tfediefnes. HORSE AND CATTLE MEDICINES. r Epjp's HointBOpa^J^Kedicdnea, PATENT MEDICINES AT WHOLESALE PBICEB. Q AINT   LEONAED,  SHOBEDITCH DIVISIONS 1 AND 8. m HEALTH  PRECAUTIONS. All requests for removal of DUST and REFUSE forwarded to HENRY CRANE, Raglan "Wharf, Hertford-road, Hoxton,N., Contractor for the above Divisions, shall receive immediate attention. GARWOOD'S OLD ESTABLISHED PROVISION WAREHOUSE, HACKNEY, 416, MARE &TB] and OPPOSITE LEA BRIDGE BOAD.._ The Proprietor, J. H, Clabe, desires to remind the Inhabitants of Hackney and the Public generally, that bh has ' A FIBST-CLASS  STOCK OF HAMS,  TONGUES, POCLTET, And all Unas of COOKED MEATS (HOT OB GOLD), Bnitable for WEDDING BREAKFASTS, DINNERS, SUPPERS, AND ANNIVEBBABY CELEBRATIONS. LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO SCHOOLS, MEETINGS, Ac. AH Orders carefully and promptly attended to. 1891 WILLIAM AJEtMITAGE, GOLD ft SILVER LEAF MANUFACTURER AHD XKPOBXBB OV BRONZE POWDEBS, METAL LEAF, *e., te., WHOLESALE, BETAlL, AND FOR EXPORTATION 240,   OLD   STREET, CITY ROAD, E.C. Gold Leaf in all Colours, Transfer Gold Leaf (for ont-door work), and Bronze Powder in all Shade* and Colours kept' in Stock. Child Bronae Powder from Sa. 9d. per pound. Superior Gold Paint, is. per box. Foreign Gold Leaf at lowest Prices. BOOKBINDERS' AND GTLDKBS' BAGS, BREWINGS oy MELTED AND BOUGHT- . AIXTJMIN1TTM ^stanisbible) andlMTrATrON GOLD in all Sizes, for Blocking. One Halfpenny. J O E L   W .    STUTTER, MANUFACTURING CUTLER, EVERT Description of Trade Knives made daily on the Premises. ^JUTLERT GROUND DAILY. |�^J.  SHOREDIT^ J^gg^BIBHOPSGATE STREET. sawell, F ASHIONABLE T AILOR, 127,    EAST    ROAD,   N- FIREWORKS !    FIREWORKS ! For the 6th Novtmlwr can be obtained at the following LOW PKICES, at GEO- BAKER & SON'S, 305,   CAMBRIDGE  ROAD,  E. (Opposite Bethnal Green Museum). \H. Goods ljd. per dozen, or Is. 3d. per gross. Jd.    ,     3d.        , 2a. lOd.     , Id.   ,     6d.       , 58-Gai_  � Larger Goods 30 per cent, off List. "BEST CHINESE CBACKEBS, 24d. per Packet of 80. All Goods warranted the Bes and Cheapest in the World THE OLDEST FIRM IN THE TRADE THE  FAMILY GUIDE. FUNERAL ESTABLISHMENT, JOSEP BARKER, UNDERTAKER & FUNERAL DIRECTOR 71, CHURCH STREET, BETHNAL GREEN, Opposite Club-row. LEAD, OAK, AND ELM COFFIN MAKEB. Funerals performed in Town or Country on the most reasonable termB and at stated charges. SUPEBIOB CABS AND MODERN CARRIAGES OF THE BEST DESCRIPTION. The Cheapest and Best Funeral Establishment in Xiondoi i F.  A. CAPEROE, OrganiBt of St. Mark's Mission Church, Cambridge Heath, MUSIC  SELLER, PIANOFORTE AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENT WAREHOUSE, PROFESSOR OF MUSIC. 85,  MAKE  STREET,  HACKNEY. PIANO, ORGAN, AND VIOLIN TAUGHT. Prospectuses on application. Instruments and Instrumentalist for Concerts, Ac. QUADRILLE BAND. J.  A.  MARSHALL, PLUMBER AND SANITARY ENGINEER, HOT  WATER APPARATUS AND GAS FITTER, 60,  PAUL   STREET,   FINSBURY, E.C. CONTRACTOR FOR GENERAL REPAIRS. ESTABLISHED OVER 50 TEARS F. GRACIE AND  SON, WHOLE SALE   STATIONER 3 0,   new   inn YARD, SHOBEDITCH, E.C. - IMPORTANT TO PICTURE FRAJ MAKERS AND OTHERS. MB. PAMUBL SMTTHEB is now building NEW PREMISES in Leonard-street, adjoining his Factory and Stores. When completed they will be used as % Moulding Factory. Call and see oar cheap Oak A Walnut Mouldings. -**^BT-,~       'm    ^^^^^"^^^^�""�^"�"���"^��'�''�eaawiwiw NOTE THE AD D_fi ESS, ESTABLISHED 1862. SAMUEL  SMITHER. TIMBER MERCHANT AND MOULDING MANUFACTURER, SAW MILLS, FACTORY, AND STORES, _  RAVEY STREET, AND NEW PREMISES. LEONARD STREET. Pine, Oak* and Walnut Mouldings of every description in * BWbt or made to Order. Braiiien, Bevels, Flits, Oroloes, and O Qr% Dry -Fine plank and Back Boards* cheapest in the Trade. PRICE LIST POST FREE, Wobhshops "with STEAM POWER to bh LET. For Turners, Glass Revellers, and others. ANDERSON BROTHERS, IRON, STEEL & METAL MERCHANTS, AND BUILDERS' IRONMONGERS. WAREHOUSES   FOR   STOVES, RANGES,-KITCHENERS, ana PORTABLE COORTNG STOVES. 67, 69, and 94, KINGSLAND ROAD, SHORBDITCH. Asn   299,   HOLLO WAY   ROAD,  N, Large Assortment always kept in Stock. JOSEPH IVORY. buildee and contractor 102, ACORN WORKS, GREAT  CAMBRIDGE STREET, HACKNEY ROAD, E. ESTIMATES   GIVEN   FOR AT,TT BUILDER'S WORKS KINDS   OF CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE TRADE. richard t. gracie, Proprietor. HOPS 'SUPPLIED. TOOLS!    TOOLSI    TOOLS! 9 3, G.  SHAW, TOOL   WAREHOU8E. HACKNEY    RO OPPOSITE BARONESS ROAD. r. jeremy, [AHOGANY, DEAL & TIMBER YARD, 1 NEW   INN   BROADWAY, I NEW INN YARBy CURTAIN ROAD,  E.C. A D, The Cheapest Honse in the Trade for Saws, Planes, and Edge Tools, warranted of the finest quality. Planes made todrawing. Edge Tools ground while waited for. Saws sharpened and repaired. Cutlery ground daily. A special variety of English and American Saws. tmo GUTTERS, DOWN PIPES, TUBINGS,  4c. xzzto, XBOir, AND 0OPP�B NAILS, Rainwater Heads, Flues and Cowls of every description Bending and Zinc Work tor the Trade. Sheet Lead. LEAD PD?E, WASTE PREVENTERS, BRASS TAPS AND BALL VALYES. Whits Lsad. Bolder and Spelter Hard and Soft. CAST IRON RAIN WATER GOODS. Old Zine, Lead, Brass, and Tin, Bought and Exchanged at the HOXTON SHEET ZINC, LEAD, AND SPELTER WORKS, 16 WHARF,  HERTFORD ROAD, DOWN HAM  ROAD,  KINGSLA'ND. FURNISH on the EASY   HIRE SYSTE Direct from the Manufacturer.   No guarantee required. Deposit not neceatary. TERMS: deposit  .Balance 8s. weekly, 4s. UMBRELLA8.    RAILWAY GOODS* - LOST  PROPERTY. A large quantity of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Silk and Alpaea Umbrellas, from Is. each. Rd-Seaming, _ Be-Covering, and Repairing on the shortest notice, NEW UMBRELLAS MADE TO ORDER* PEARGE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL UMBRELLA MANUFACTURER, 334, HACKNEY ROAD, opposite Goldsmiths-row. Try Pearce'b 2a. 6d. Ladies1 and Gentlemen'SjUmhxellas Highly recommended. IMPORTANT  NEWS FOR DKERS SMOKE THE CELEBRATED (C fire   brigade," NEW BRANDS, "tJAPT. SHAW."    " DUKE OF SUTHERLAND." These Cigars are manufactured by Messrs. E. LEVY BROTHERS, from the finest Havana leaf, containing all the delicate aroma hitherto only obtained in the sorely foreign makes. They have successfully rivalled all com petitors, end have become a standard article in the t�iu We tan cenfldentiy recommend them toourKdTandthL' public generally as a really flrsUlass smokTwMIe^t ame.tune the pxioes are moderate. '     0 ** tt� E. LEVY ck BROTHERS, 184, Ud 185, HIGH STREET; SHOBEDITCH s, tyzack's AND EDGE TOOL,  STEEL,  FILE, CUTLERY WAREHOUSES, AND   STEAM   GRINDING   M  LLS. NEXT   RAILWAY    ARCH OLD STREET. �5 worth �10 �15 �20 �80 �60 , �100 , )* M It 10s. 20�. 80s. 40s. 80s. �7 izO it i* � it it ii  �   a I* ii .. � it �i 5b. 6s. 8s. 12s. 6d. 20s. it rt it w u t II The Premises are admirably fitted with a Large Stock of Goods of the best quality. French Band Saws.     Planes made to drawings. CUTLERY of EVEBY DESCRIPTION GROUND DAILY Edge Tools Ground while waited for. KNIVES OF ALL KINDS MADE TO PATTERN. THE BEST HOBSE - CLIPPING MACHINES IN THE WORL    4/6  KACH, WARRANTED At TYZACE'S. THE HACKNEY FURNISHING COMPANY. Caution to the Public To avoid being misled into other establishments whereby certain Shopkeepers try to trade on our reputation, kindly note address iOWN HALL BUILDINGS, MARK STREET,  HACKNEY (Corner Premises} Ask for New Town Hall, �IT OTE HACKNEY FURNISHING COMPANY over door. THE HACKNEY FURNISHING COMPANY, Furnish on easy Terms. With or without Deposit. Prospectus and Catalogue Free. IHE HACKNEY FURNISHING COMPANY'S 2/6 PIANOS TUNED 2/6 J. W. COVENTRY & SON, 4 1,  HYDE   RO^AD, HOXTON. (Near the Bosemary Branch Bridge. Established 1860.) Harmoniums Tuned and Repaired, Instrumeste Ejamined and Valued. Hammers Recovered POST CARDS PUNCTU ALLY ATTENDED TO. * W.  E.   HARDY, 132, CURTAIN ROAD, SHOREDITCH, E.C. BRANCH ESTABLISHMENT- 6,   KINGS LAN D   ROAD, * Opposite North London Railway Stati C.  PETERS, T I NSTALMENT SYSTEM. :ercial OneB TwoB iposit, and balance 8e. weekly. i&Leposit and halanoe 4s. weekly, ud balinee 6s. weekly. Rooms ^,   by^g^ipaUanabala^ Detailed Lists on^SUeation.. All Goods delivered Free - Vane. ONLY AT ^ COMPANY, JOB MASTER AND  CO CONTRACTOR, 375,  HACKNEY ROAD,  E. Broughams, Brakes, and Traps suitable for all purposes Lent on Hire by the Day, Week, Month, or Year. IN TOWN OR COUNTRY. T M OWN HALL BUILDINGS, ARE STREET, HACKNEY Corner premises Ask tor NEW TOWN HALL. STAR   COAL   COMPANY Offices and Depot- GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY COAL DEPOT HIGHBURY VALE, N. Per ton delivered. Best Main, a good Parlour Coal........  21a. Seconds Ditto, very Hot and Bright....  91s- Nuts................................  19s Full weight guaranteed.- Send Order lor Quarter Ton on Trial. Terms Cash. Delivered free within four miles of Depot. GOODS REMOVED Repaired and put in thorough order at most MODERATE CHARGES. Write for No. 8 Price List of New Musical Boxes, gratis mi^l �aT80 wishing I MESSRS.   NICOLE   FRERES, ^^LT Established 1816.    _ * MUSICAL BOX MANUFACTURERS, i?_TAVMLS. OOOKHAK. BERKS. SOLE LONDON DEPOT, ** %tafl� B^aMot   121*ELY PLACE, HOIftORH dBOUS,B.C. npHB THAMES.-BOATING, 1 a�n^ t�2& organs from 6 guinea EASY TERMS, 6s. MONT- SPECIALITY-"THE MOJ With Three Bats of Beeds, Vox TTrtma^ Bssb Couplers; + p^tCopB.,; 10 GUINEAS CASH.   Easy Terms, 10a. �     ^ a'Ji aV/^fe ABSOLUTE VALUE FOR THE HUNDREDS OP ROSAMOND'S AND ORGANS SOLD TEGttXE^I^ EXOELLENOB. WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED PRICE SHOW ROOMS :� - A V*  **V *J f- sksiaX * 16,  mare HACKNEY. Few Doors from Victoria Park- JM ^sk___- -__,   - � __.    z_ . T. PEPFIAWM builder and COI^SrW 166, ST. JOHN'S ROAD, I ESTIMATES  GIVEN  FOB ALL REPAHiS; 1    kV^s^ j. NOTICE OF REMOVAL; - - � i^yrt^ TRUSS AND BELT-"Mm� Removed from 491, BACKNr^ROp^^1 CAMBRIDGE HEATH (opposite GJ�&i gical Appliances of all kinds.   Elastic?:] 'Oil tis. 63. Trusses from 8s. 6df W) experience. Y E OLD   GLUE   s HOP Estabiished 18S0. , ^ _   r ^ *    * - i r w f. j. day, GLUE AND GLASS PAPER 4      w 8, NEW INN YARD, SHOBEDITOHy Agent for Oox Long Scotch Olne (Stamped;' ; CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE TBiAD Large quantities and erery wieijr kept 'fa? atocfc Emery Cloth, Emery Paper - Glass Paper, Jsv :-'':^ ________� ^.�.i".:-",.'?is GO TO Gm  F. CANAL "ROY   WHAR^ 'i"-ROAD,   KINGSL.AN^D^M' Latb. op 212, COVENTRY STREET^ ' THREiS COLTS LANE, CAMBRIDGE:tdil>^E.:   ^ WHITING AND CEJtENT MEfit For WHITING FOB GILDEBS, PAPER &AQCERS MINERAL WATER MAZERS, aw     .     ' (Warranted tha,best quality). : . Cement, Pissfec. Drain Pwea, iOemt^'Bnd- aa�^ Traps, Fire Bricks and Tiles, to. H^Hx Sone^S   ^ and rough.  SilTer, Bird, ited and WMtoSaSia^Si^ Clay, 2d., ld.( and Jd.     '^aT>???**� Prieeii quoted  to  Oilmen, Gram, BidUarSa Pawn.  -6J$$ Sbuiierf, Mineral Water iBkm^lSr ;*f$ EEFOBMED FUNERALS AT GREATLY        ~ RSDUCED STATED OHABQES. SINCLAIR AND SON, furnishing  undertaeeb8- " 1^? 381,  KINGSLAND RQAI>V Five Doors from Metropolitan Hospital. ESTABLISHED UPWARDS OF 50 YEARS. LATE OF CITY  ROAD, E.O. > F   * BAT�Y'S ESTABLISHED  1854. PROVED PANTECHNICON VANS, FROM BEE HOUR F    4 -it LARGE  COVERED VAN, HORSE AND MAN, PER 1/3 HOUR. HORSE, CART & MAN, PER l/-r HOUB? OFFICE H AG G E R,S TON 54, CONTRACTS TAKEN. 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