Middlesex Courier, June 29, 1894

Middlesex Courier

June 29, 1894

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Middlesex Courier (Newspaper) - June 29, 1894, London, Middlesex A WEEKLY RECORD OF LOCAL NEWS For BRONDESBURY, CHILD'S HILL, CRICKLEWOOD, EDGWARE, HARLESDEN, HARROW, HEKDON, KENSAL GREEN, KILBURN, KINGSBURY, MILL HILL, PINNER, STANMORE,' and WILLESDEN. No. 26.-Vol. VIII. FEIDAY, JUNE 29, 1894. j-BEoisTmroEMTmG.p,0.j Price One Penny. Births, Marriages, & Deaths. The charge for the Insertion of Announcements under this Beading is Is. for the first four lines, and 3d. per line afterwards. Births. BRADBROOK.-On June 25th, at 15, Holmdale Eoad, West Hampstead, the wife of the Rev. Stanley Bradbrook, M.A., of a daughter. CLIFFORD.-On July 23rd, at Manor Lodge, Grove End Eoad, N.W., the wife of Ruby Clifford, of a daughter. DOBEE.-On July 14th, at 11, May grove Eoad, Brondesbury, N.W., the wife of Herbert John Doree, of a aon. FERGUSON.-On Jane 20th, at 8, Hilltop Eoad, West Hampstead, N.W., the wife of William Bates Ferguson, M.A., Oxon, barrister-at-law, of a daughter. HINSHELWOOD.-On June 21st, at Ingleaide, Fairhazel Gardens, South Hampstead, the wife of Clyde C. Hinshelwood, of a son. JAMES-On July 19th, at 3, St. Alban's Eoad, Harlesden, N.W., the wife of P. M. JameB, of a daughter. Marriages. CORK-HALL. - On Jnoe 21at, at Emmanuel Church, Gunnersbury, by the Rev. E. Garth Ireland, ihonmbent, assisted by the Be v. J. Anderson, of Harlesden, William David, younger son of W. D. Cork, Esq., of Higbgate, to Amy Theodosia, third daughter of Edwin-Sail,,Esq., of Orchard Lodge, Gunnersbury. A3f home July 19th and 20th, Kenilworth, Knollys Eoad, Streatham Hill. TWYFORD-TAYLOB.-On June 27th, atWilles-den Parish Church, Willesden, N.W., by the Very Eev. Archdeacon Atlay, Ticar, Bobert James Twyford, of Biddslph, Staffordshire, to Sara Hamilton Taylor, of Liverpool. Deaths. BATES.-On June 18th, at Fermain, Bavensoroft Park Bead, Baraet, Eliza, widow of the late Peter Bates, and eldest* daughter of the late Lieut.-Col. Mathewes, H.M. 91st Foot, in her 72nd year. LAMBERT.- On June 22nd, at 32, Fellows Eoad, Hampstead, Catherine, the wife of Henry Lambert, Indian Civil Service, retired. WOOLLEY.-On June 24th, at Wembley House, near Harrow, John Tnrton Woolley, aged 71. Funeral at South Collinghaxn, to-day, at * 3.15 p.m. JAMES " The Old Established UNDERTAKER, (ECONOMICAL CHAEGE3) 263, High Road, Kilburn {Near the Brewery). ft"Tii -T� j.� u jm.eb. a TiS. CLASS 1.-HearBe and Mourning Coach, pairs of Horses, polished Elm Coffin, Velvet Pall, and attendance complete (if Glass Hearse, 5s. extra)............ �5 0s. Od. CLASS 2.-Hearse and Mourning Coach, pairs of Horses, Elm Coffin covered, and attendance complete...........'. .�4 10s. Od. CLASS 3.-HearBe and Mourning Coach, pairs of Horses, smooth Elm Coffin, and attendance complete ... ... ..-r~r~-rsr. �4 5s. Od. CLASS 4.-Elm Coffin eomplete,atteodance,Funeral Carriage and pair of Horses, from �2 15s. Od. CLASS 5.-Children's Carriage Funerals, from JE1 2s. Od , Established 1801. Note the Address. Cremation carried out when required, in accordance with the regulations of the Cremation Society of England. Estimates given for higher claae funerals on. application, or by telegram and post. Distance no object. SALE HUDSON'S BULBS. lilies. v; gladiolus. anemones. tigridias. lilit7m auratum. IMMENSE STOCK. ALSO ROOTS, PLANTS, J. M.Williams & Co. COAL and COKE ^^hrchants, * . . ' do,37c IS. :  * M&Hff.'ft&Railway Coal Depot, 4, cklewood Station, W.W., Algernon Terrace, Jlendon (Opposite Hendon Station). NOW PROCEEDING. IMPORTANT BARGAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. AND SEEDS, ETEEY CONCEIVABLE KIND, PRESENT PLANTING. General Draper, 53,. 55, 59, and 61, HIGH-ROAD; 8 and 8b, CAMBRIDGE AVENUE, KILBURN, N.W. EVERYTHING FOR THE GARDEN at HUDSON'S BULB AND SEED WAREHOUSE, 199, HIGH ROAD, KILBURN, N.W. Good House......... Best Kitchen ... ... , Blights ...-.v.'.. , Coal......"' ... , Huts ... ... ... , Kitchen Cobbles , Selected ...... Silistone............ Hard Cobbles' ...... Coke, per Chaldron fbb ton.': 20s. . 19s. '. 20sC  . 23s. . 1.9>, � 18s. 23s. 22s. 17s. 12s. HENRY MARKS. House and Estate^ Ajg?>nc)r JJfflces, 169a, HIGH:STEEET, HARLESDEN, K.W, Has numerous applications for Residences, and will be glad to receive Particulars of Houses and Estates, which are entered on his Register fbee of chasqe. Public Notices. Valuations for BUNTS Probate or Transfer. COLLECTED Is. per Ton Discount for Cash on Delivery. Oldest Established COAX - . - Ustablishedii CHANT is Willesden '6..- VIN0LIA SOAP. PREMIER VINOLIA SOAP. PREMIER VINOLIA SOAP. 4d. 4d. " The skin has a velvety feeling after washing with it."- Chemist & Druggist FLORAL VINOLIA SOAP. 6d. FLORAL VINOLIA SOAP. 6d. "An article of excellent quality. Lancet, JOHN NODES, COFFIN MAKER & COMPLETE EUXEBA.Z FUBNISHEB, 4, HIGH STREET, HARLESDEN, And Victor Parade, Kensal Green. Proprietor of Funeral Cars & Carriages of every Description. Drapers, Upholsterers, and Undertakers supplied with every requisite. Cremation and Embalming. Telephone 7459.1 [Personal superintendence. Waring & Jones. Fruiterers,Greengrocers, and Potato Salesmen, 12, WATERLOO TERRACE, . WILLESDEN LANE, KILBURN. All Orders Punctually Attended to. Fresh Salads Daily. Cut Flowers & Plants. Light Removals done by Houb, Day, oe Job. Customers Waited on Daily foe Oedees. Minbeal Waters and Saeson's Vinegar Kept in Stock. HYDE, PARK ROAD, Mrs. 60, CRAVEN (Near Public Library). Shirt and Collar Dresser, CURTAIN CLEANER. W. GRAY, SMITH and FARRIER. -Horses carefully Shod on any principle required. 4, Laurel Terrace, High Road, CRICKLEWOOD. MEDICAL VINOLIA SOAP. MEDICAL VINOLIA SOAP. 8 Quarters, 7d. 5, Regency Terrace, High Road, Willesden. AT THE JUNCTION CONSERVATORY, Willesden Junction, Wreaths, Crosses And Floral Designs of every description MADE TO ORDER on the SHORTEST NOTICE. Bedding Plants. gravel, peat, loam, cocoa-nut fibre, Waterloo Zinc Works. CONTRACTORS TO THE TRADE. w ILLESDEN LOCAL BOARD MESSRS. TO FURNITURE DEALEES. The Willesden, -Local Board are prepared to receive Tenders for the supply of certain Furniture and Fittings for their new Isolation Hospital, Dog Lane, Willesden. Conditions, Schedule, and Forms of Tender, as also any further particulars required, may be obtained on and after Monday, July 2nd, 1894, upon application to Mr. O. Claude Robson, Surveyor to the Board; Publio Offices,' Dyne Road, KUbnrn, N.W. The Tenders, endorsed " Furniture," to be delivered at the offioes of the Board, not later than i p.m. on Tuesday, July 10th, 1894. The Board do not bind themselves to acoept the lowest or any Tender. By order, SAM (TEL TLLLEY, Clerk. Publio Offices, Dyne Road, Silburn, N.W., June 28th, 1894. HARRIS k CO. Beg1 to inform Builders, Ironmongers, &c, that having largely extended their premises, and acquired the latest improved machinery, are now in a position to execute TOTTENHAM HOUSE AMATEUR ATHLETIC CLUB. The Twenty-fifth Annual Meeting of the TOTTENHAM HOUSE AMATEUR Athletic Clubs, Under the Amateur Athletic Association Rules, will be held at roundwood park, WILLESDEN, On SATURDAY,-JULY 14th, 1894, Sports to commence at 4 p.m. of every description at the shortest notice, and at loweBt possible prices. Flower Boxes, Aquariums, Ferneries, Weather Vanes, and Artistic Work in all its Branches. POST CARDS from Builders will receive immediate attention. FLUES, COWLS, PIPES, and GUTTERS OF EVERT KIND KEPT IN STOCK. HARRIS & CO., Ventilating and Sanitary Engineers, 11, Waterloo Terrace, High Road, Handicappers: The Committee.. Judges: Messrs. E. B. Brown, J. Gravatt, and F. J. B. Hemmiho. Referee: Mr. S. J. Richardson. Starter: Tom Small. Clerks of Course: Messrs. W. Dee arid H. T. Meadows. THE TOTTENHAM HOUSE BAND, Under the direction of Mr. James Sprake, and the Band of the OCTEEN'S WESTMINSTER E.V. (Conductor, Mr. A. Mansfield), Will play during the Sports, and for DANCING afterwards. The Prizes will be presented by Mrs. Barwell, Willesden Lane, near Kilburn. Silver's POLISHON Rapidly cleans with ease and economy every kind of Silver Plate, Copper, Brass, &c. BOTTLES, 6d. and IN Is. Sole Proprietor : J. W. TAPLIN, EACH. 96, Craven Park Road, Harlesden, N.W. ADMISSION ONE SHILLING. Saddle Horses, 2s. Carriages, 5s. B. HALES, Hon. Sec., A. COLLOW. Assist. Sec, 1S6, Tottenham Court Road, W. Refreshments, Teas, &e, bt Mr. Smith. The Marquees, Flogs, &c, will be furnished by " curtis," of Lisson Grove. Lectures are Given At 7 p.m. every Sunday, at the Court House, By Christadelphians, On the Anoient Faith of the Apostles, and glad tidings of the Old and New Testaments of the Millennial age. All Heartily Invited. Subject fob Next Sunday : " The Preaohing of Philip the Evangelist in the First Century," by F. J. Green. ;