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Independent And Nonconformist (Newspaper) - October 9, 1891, London, Middlesex OCTOBER PRICE ONE 1OB ASSUBANCES T Apply for the New Prospectus at the Chief Office to HAEEIS General FAMILY BANK SQUAEE OFF Is centrally situated for business or and for and moderate tariff will bear favourable comparison with any hotel in Per week 1 10 0 Per day 050 Week end 0 10 0 Special Terms for Families and Permanent APPEAL FOE ii A E E T I BE HELD On OCTOBER IN E2ETEE LABGE QChair to be taken at 7 by LEANJDEE America Pastjbr THEODOBE of Vicar of Tonbcidge lateBritish To make lipOOTi the claims of this now in IMMEDIATE KBEI of help owing to the death manyo2afca most generous is forthcoming there will be no alternative to closing IMPORTANT STATIONS and dismissing FAITHFUL Contributions uratefully received and acknow ledgedby tho Colonel Finch MISS PAYNE gives niaterary and Biographical Eeci and Temperance New Missionary One Hundred Years TWO CHRISTIAN V V WOMEN as who could devote the larger portion or the whole of their time to visitation and Christian service in needy districts of stating salary qualification and addressed Noncon Memorial TO MISSION AND OTHEESo OLDFIELD OLDFIELD PABK A will SELL by at the CHEIS on Oc tober 1891B punctually fat Three oclock by direction of the the who is leaving The Welldesigned and most Convenient FEEEHOLD PEOPEETY Known as OLDFIELD OLDFIELD PABK The larger furnished with Cathedral is capable of seating from three to four hundred and the Building generally is replete with most suitable appointments and The Hall is 60 feet long by 20 feet and 82 feet to the apex of Or thereabouts it is constructed of and corrugated is effectually heated by hotair and well There is a ministers vestry the rostrum readinc and fittings polished pitch pine there is also a finetoned English Tho large Hall is approached through a roomy and con venient which lias a wellfitted lavatory and minor imd the entire Premises are lighted by The Buihlitnj is admirably iifacci and supplies a Tonyfelt want in locality the for reliijious services is most iiuideqmitv The property is WHOLLY FEEE from Ground The Hall will be open daily from until i oclock and for further particuliusniiply to Bristol and Old Loudou or to HEllVEY Old INS FOE Edited by FREDERICK Author of Moral a Book for Young Men First Battles and How to Fight Them Editor of The Young THE HQME MESSENGER is specially adapted for localisation by the various Noncon formist It is well on good anil Illustrated by the Best Each number will contain a complete Tale by a wellknown and Articles by the ablest Writers of the Our aim is to produce a which shall be a welcome visitor in every THAIN DAVIDSON says Many have spoken to me of their difficulty in finding a Monthly Journal for localisation exactly to theie With perfect confidence I re commend all my friends to adopt THE HOME MESSENGER FBOM ITS COMMENCE being satisfied it will precioely meat the The Number for IS NOW BEADY FOE The ordinary Trade Edition will be ready on December Amongst the Contents THE BULTEELS FIEE A Complete Tale by BDWABD Illustrated by Gordon THE GENTLE OF By ANNIE HOME BEADING OF THE By JOSEPH SOCIAL AND HOW TO SOLVE and How to Preserve By GORDON A SHOET BUT INTERESTING NARRATIVE A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO By THAIIT BBVEEENCE IN PUBLIC By the HUGH PEEPS AT OTJR Alexander By the With a New and Beautiful A VIOLET IN A By the Pullpage Engraving HINTS AND HELPS FOR YOUNG THE CHILDRENS CORNER TEMPERANCE OUK PEIZE THE PROGSAMME FOR THE YEAE INCLUDES TALES by Silos Evelyn Everett Jaclcson ARTICLES by Newman J Beid Jl Thomas Hlles James POETR4ITS and SKETCHES of Mark Guy Alton FB And many other attractive w V A SSWXSmst COPY OF SBB JAmmBY HUJa17TTH PUtl PABEIOTLARS AS TO jo every Honcoafbmlsfc Great Sunday or caurca oMcar who aasnotyet sesa a copy can one firea of cHarso on to tlo PUBLISHING EDITORIAL OFFICER AMEMCOBMEft PATERNOSTER REFRESHING THE CJCLISTS DISSOLVES SUPERIOR TO ANT A foraiMath JuavaiamRWiBi m WHITEHALL EEVIEW have tried Brills Sea THEM FULLY EQUAL TO EEAL DAILY TELEGRAPH unable to enjoy a trip to the seaside HAVE THE LUXURY OF A SEA BATH ATTHEIE OWN HOUSED AT A VEEY TKIFLINO OF ALL D WE FIND CAN NOW ENTITLING TO FURTHER SHARE OF THE LINOTYPE invite APPLICATIONS for ALLOTMENTS of the unallotted balance of the above payable in instalments overy 2 Interest covered by existing For further particulars apply to the Companys JACOB Chairman Offices Serjeants Works It is to the Printing business of the present day what the Inventions of Guttenberg and Caxton were to the primitive writing systems of the Fifteenth A machine from which I cannot but anticipate effects equally extensive and beneficial to mankind Bight 05 ID IL no Sfl DSHD IMealtBn FOE DflllCEDniBSir EXTRACT FHOM PIUVATE Keally I consider humanly BENOERS FOOD PII tirely suted babys I had tried four other wellknown but in this borribJe climate ho could digcat nothing until we begun the He is and fattening Ketail in and of ABSOLUTELY THEREFORE A Cocoa of the highest degree of Purity and Nutritive TRUTH MUST WIN THE THE QUEEN OF Is vastly superior to Bice products or and can be used for all purposes these are and many Excellent for and MOST VEET EXTREMELY ABSOLUTELY WONDEEFULLY If your or Cornchandlor haont it0 please give our THE CORALLINE CO00 LoadenlioH Coralline Please Please their and CELEBRATED A KEALLT WHOLESOME Lancet A STLUM FOE FATHEBLESS C BEEDH Thio Unoeofarian which receiveo chil dren from all parts of the at any age between three months and eleven and edracatao and carao for theia in every way until they ore fifteen years of ib eatisaly dependent upon public It Js now maintaining upwards of 3001 orphans at an expenditure of per To meet this necessary outlay thero is a reliable income from annual subscriptions The balance is dependent upon legacies and as the chanty no endowment whatever The Board of Managers most earnestly APPEAL for HELP in their A new Swimmingbath has been provided and donations towards the debt oiall due upon or contributions to the general fund of the will moat COSMO ROWLAND Office In EXETER October at 7 FAREWELL MEETING OP MARSHALL BOOTH CLIBBOKW FOE and 30 Officers for Foreign COMMISSIONING OF 130 CADETS BY THE CHIEF OF THE Admission Reserved seats Grent MEMORIAL SEEVICE of late MBS BOOTH will be held in the CEYSTAL PALACE on October at 7 Admission after or including return rail from City or Weatend A LLE3STSTBEET YOUNG MENS jQL GEORGE MACDONALD will lecture ou HAMLET in the Ken on Monday October at Admission Is a few Eeaerved Seats at PERFECT SET OF THE NON CONFORMIST from 1849 to Strongly in 42 yearly A rare What offers Address BRIJSTSMEAD BEINSMEAD JOHN BEINSMEAD AND Pianoforte Makers to the Princess cf Walos Lists Established over Half a EUR very dark real 10 very full aiid Perfectly Value Sacrifice for Hare Genuine 19 A CJL L ACW LACE LACE every Lady to send for the WCXNDEEFUL containing 1 benutiful Lace Apron special 1 Silk Luce 6 yards Nottingham Lace and Carriage paid for A Packet of Beads presented with every parcel WM Weekday Established 10 LVJL deairous or Lodgers of obtaining immediate advances npou their furniture or negotiable are invited to call at the Consolidated of Sale and Execu tions paid Full sum
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