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   Middlesex Courier (Newspaper) - April 11, 1895, London, Middlesex                                vr.ji '.vie) -   i!(    Jl> :'l    VI po-t ill A WEEKLY Fob BRONDESBURY, CHILD'S HILL. KILBORN. KIHGSBUBY, MILL HILL. H$|^^ KENSAL GREEN, ""^"^^"'"i and THCESDAY, U^l^ 11^1895^ ; No. 15.-Vol. IX. fBBGrSTEBKTtJLf'TBE GfcP.O.i is x nnraip>.^ J Price One Penny. Births, Marriages, & Deaths. The charge for the Insertion of Announce-merits under-ihitHeading Hi*, for the first four, lines, and Sd. per liiie afterwards. ��'�>�� Births. CLUTTEEBUCK.-On ; April let, at Aylwards, Stanmore, the wife of Peter Cluttertrack, of a daughter. DBEYF08.-On April -8th, at 5, Compayne Gardens,' the wife of Jaoqnes Dreyfna, of a nan.' � MACHIN.-On April 6th, at Cleeve, Walm Lane, . WiUesden Green, the mfe of Stanley Machin, of a daughter.. C- LISTEB.-On April. 4th,: at Boee Bfllj Totteridge, Herts, the wife of W. T- Lister, of a.son; .   � NICHOLAS.-On April ith, at Willesden jGreen, the Wife of William Lancelot Nioholaa, of a danghter. WABE.--On March, 26th, at Avonaalo, Buckley Boad, Brondesbnry, the wife' of Johri Ware, of a daughter, Marriages. DAEGUE-rCBIDLAKD. - On April 2nd, at St. ^.-rionr's, Maida'Hill, by the Beyl.'Marshall jjijedjell, ILA^ viear,'ArthurEdward, bod of the ' la^Sn��Spi�� Dargne,' of Newpaatfe-ori-'Tyne, to Ad*i daughter of the late John Cridland', Esq., : JJ^r D.L., of SKlTertoni Somerset; and1 St. Jfeonard'i-on-Sea.       '" '      ,r lOtJOAN^-BOWLES.-On March 25th; at St.; Mart's, HariHtqn- Terraoe,' by'thsBeTi'-'Ganotf Dnotworth, D.D., Mouat Loudan, of 48, CSroua Boad, to Hell Bowles, eldest "daughter of:. tha late George Bowles, of4,. Hall:Boad, and-of Mrs. Bowles, o�25,if�rlbpaough Place. .- On April 3rd, a,t.Gptbi(> House, Chislett Weat" Hampjit^,..,. Calotte Emily, the wife of Thomas William Dobsan, istfeiMider'KjjllQri.Tfar-wo years "and two months, onty Berteay^lEittie Farqnharson, and grand-; SSjaJpril 6th, ather resrdence,-37, How-. ,^     ifc'^BrondeBBnry, � {Martha,-; widow; of Thomaa'',Kinnn, formerly of Myddelton Square, . ClerkenUelL i r�: �'� PA?E.-On April. 2nd, attest Hampstead, Mary, . widow.of Samuel Page; iaged 66. -     , I^l^QN.-r-Oa.TB#r  away,. April 7th, 1894:; Gonb, "bit her ' will evet be olisri^ed. '/r JAMES. The Old Established UNDERTAKER,   (ECONOMICAL CHARGES)   !., 263, High Road, Kilt>urn (Near the- Brewery). CLASS 1.-Hearse and Monming: Coach, pairs of Horses, polished Elm  Coffin, Velvet fall, and .attendance :complete (if Glass Hearse, Ss. extra)-... :   ... :   ...  .   ...   �5 ;0si:-0d. CLASS 2.-Hearse and Mourning Coaoh,. pairs of Horses, Ehn, .Coffin; opTered, and attendance complete        : ......   T.. .   ..... 44 iOs.  Od. CLASS 3.-Hearse and MonTnmg Coach, pairs of Horses, smooth Elm Coffin, sid attendanob complete ...     ... ;   ...     ...  Jti 5s'.:. Oi CLASS 4.-Ehto C6ffi^ooinplete,attoDdwoe,:F'. tiHref- before: :'grawing:IiUy. ^^^i^^^w^^^^^M^pl �Jaina b' �-s^v: ."~,'.t yj-j, ; ^^WSS-VM^ii^^^^ff^!! ESTABLieHXD 17 YeABS. ) Y3AE8' EXPBBIENOB. WDLAMD RAILWAY, STONEBRIDCE PARK, - :     '-j   veryHea^rSEd^oonomTcaT; JQrtgfttMovw ... ... ..... ...19s. :-      . , JSxoellent Cpal fot-geseral pnrposes. , Kitchen Coal i..  ...18s. %-jf'WBBb* a Ibfrflre,' suitable for bpeli grates. M^M.Copbles ..... SbeoiaDy reooihmended for titoheners and olbsed       -. r. ranges. Deep. Nuts ... i^*. �toit% <7oaI ...  ...  ;..  ...  ... 16s. !^ras'0tke   ... 1�. Id. per Stick. Tesks, Cash on ob befobITD'elivbet; flrad Offloe: 5^1(|ENT{SH TOW  N.W. blackfbiabs, camdkn, SnDEUBT/habbow,   . J. M, Willi! MERCHANTS, ^f?(f{a^ MtUiody Codil jbepot, rWg$ Jp^K, Vi^klewood, fXtntUn Station).        K.Wl J CLOSE  AT  TWO  ON  SATUBDAYB. ; J. JOHNSON, 10, BURROUGHS, HENDQN(?g%^), Bicycle M^nufiacturer, AKDi DEALiEB I m  BICYCLE   STJNDBIEg. .",'   BBSTIKQ, STOBZKQ, AKp BIFAISIKO.     ;.'i \ ManhftiM Bnllt to' Order a.' SpeeiallHr. V All Vorfc Gnarantneil tor One Yearv All kinds of Prg-mnt1- ffnrrnvi ppralr?d  AH parts kept hrstockfor^npsli-fisehtnes. UNDER--^l#'^rNil^lllENT. DANIEL NEWTON, 7, Mary's Place, Opposite New Free Xilbraxr, BAXUCSDKN. All kinds of Choice'JProits.   Cut Flowers. Wreaths and Crosses made to order. Families Waited upon Daily._ Boot and Shoe ^ Make*, 118&1225Hi6HST., Harlesden, NYW. HAld)-SEWlI BOOTS HADE TO OBDEE. [ !pSFAiBk    ByiitY psscg^ioK iipii^'. FAMUVXXS   WATTKO   UPON   DAHiY TOE OBDZBS. 8, Chichele Parade, WOOD. E. PALMER (FBOM&HAICBABDX Coffin Maker and Complete Funeral .'.'''' Fnniiaher, 78, CAMBRIDGE BOAD, Sitbtirn, N. W., and 234, KILBUBN LANE, Queen's Park, W. CLASS L-Enelish Oak Coffin, ljtn. thick, moulded plinth, Trench polianod, beautifully trimmed, eight solid' brass hand?*., and flncraTed brass insorlpttoa plate.'1. Bearse or Open Car and pair horses, two modern carriages and pain, with or wituoutostrich plumes and velTettrapplnm � attendance of conductor and bearers, use of velvet and every requisite ,........................... �12, CLASS IL-Ditto with Elm Coffin.................filOlOo. GLASS HX-Stout Elm Coffin with fight brass -handles,' brans InwrHpUoU plate,, nicely trimmed.- Heanie or Open 'Car and pair horses, modem carriage and.jjalr,'velvet trapptap, ^.attendance of condhetcr and ^bearers, Use of velvetpaU, Including every requisite ......... �7 ICb. CLASS IV.-Stout Elm Coffin, French polished, appropriate furniture, lined with soft, white cambric. Hearse or Open Car and pair horses, modern carriage and pair, attendance of conductor and bearers,-use of velvetpaD,: CLASS V.-Stout.Elm Coffin, semi-polished or covered black, appropriate furniture, lined; with cambric. Hearse or Open Car and r^horees, modern carriage and pair, attendanesof 'conductor and bearers, use of velvet pal^ CLASS VL-Stout Elm Coffin, appropriate furniture, lined with cambric. Hearse arid pair horses, modern carriage and pair, attendance of nearen, Use of velvet pall, Ac...............................................�4 4a. CLASS VH.-Elm CofBn, neatly finished. Carriage and: pair, attendance of beams, use of velvet pall,  s Selected . ;-BoTise .., ... ... 24s. Best Silkstone ...  ...... 23s. Second.. , .      ......... 22s. Best'. Qerby Brignts...... 21s. ,- Bitcnen    ... ...  ... 20s. ,   Huts   ... ... ...  ... 19a. Cobbles for Xitcneners ... 19s. .Hard -Cobblea--------------------lSs^.. , ,    Steam...       .... .... 18s. A^Oxracite ':.-.-.' ...:'.... 25s:: Oas� Coke, per Chaldron of ..12 sacks.'..   ...  ...  ...   ... 13s. Stove Coal   ............ 16s. Is. per Ton Viscount for Cash on Delivery. Md^ Established COAL ^RfTTTAWT In Wllleaden.  ; ��1- MsMpiheSl ISO. -. r E. BECKEH & CO., DEPO^Irr;boiNO'HiiE,3IrbLAHD EAiiWAT. ' 'V:t !..       ' !: "' The Best VcMe for} Cash: ;.,;�'-,   '.:''.-''.:    � '.'' pbb toil HARD COBStXa.............. .......XBav. �RIQHT COBBkES .....       .......18a. MUT8'..................,....>...........20S. KrroHEN.............. BUT HOU6I........ DERBY  BRIOHT8 .... SECONDS ..-..... MLKSTONK............ BUT MAIN .,;�,....................Sr&BV I .'H.AMr�.|Pieiuip.' t)TBAM,..............90k*. OAS COKE (per Chalblron)----...13b. STOVE COAIi, 16s. per ton. All Coals free from, dust " Prompt Delivery and Full '  Weight Guaranteed. :^ Terras Cash oa ornefere Delivery. - Chief Office: 3, i>oticaster PI., High Ed. WILLESDEN, N.W. Q^&Wlitet C�B1ID80IFBfii9|^lre^Ji^ . ^discount for cash, or,on,easy.'.terms of payment. VIOLINS, BANJOS, MANDOLINES, HASPS, ..Ate. music lending library, All the Latest Music & Songs at Store Prices.      J Soiled Library Copies at Cheap Bates.   Strings and '   ' "     ydesf     '^ of every description.. Repair*}.   TunJngb.   Romov&ms Pianos and Organs returned from, hire, or second-hand at very low prices.'*' high road, WILLESDEN   GREEN. Paperhangings and.Window Glass -WABvEBOUSB. - The Cheapest House in the Trade for COLOURS, WHITE-LEAP, VARNISH, And all:rotheit. Deeoratprs' Bjeqjisites. Please ITote only Address-- edwards & hobbs, Willesden Gbsen (four Doors from Villiers Boad). Cmklemod and Willesden Green y, CHICHELE ROAD, N.W. Paiboss: The LOED BISHOP OF. MABLBOBOUGH, And the Local Clkbot. Principals: THE MISSES NICKELS. Prospectus, Terms., and T^sfimoitiais on ' .  application. ".     . ' HARLESDEN COLLEGE, bbamshill  eoad. Principal: ROBERT McKEE, M.A., Ex-Senior Scholar and Gold Medallist, with First Class honours.. This is a thoroughly equipped school, divided into four Departments:-1. Upper School (Boys); 2, Lower or -    ' ' iry School (Boya); S Olrbr School; 4. Kinder. The Girls' Classes and Kindergarten are held in the New Wing, which baa a separate entrance. The pupils in these departments use the play-ground at fixed hoars, apart from thphpls rjrepared fof t"he UmveraTtles' and Ctvtl Service Ezamlnaupns, as well as for Commercial life. Fob' Pbospectus and Tebms apply to The Principal. ALADY, first-class pianist and teacher (testimonials from .the late Sir Julius Benediot, Lindsay Sloper, and other masters), has Taoanoies for a few Pupils for piano.-Apply to K. B., Middlesex Courier Office. [677 ---.-;-.---j- MADAME -. ELIZA THOMAS, , Professional Vocalist, Contralto, Medallist BjLM., First-Class 'CerHScate-'SoIo Singing, Trihify ""College, liOSdorufi Sthgiiig^tanglit'.' Terms frorn'jhie Guliea per TweWe-fiessohs^ZidB House, Harlesden, _       ___............       [B 13 MUSIC!" Thorough technical training in piano-forte and violin.playing, singing (solo and class); with-tie heoessary instructions in the rudiments and theory of music. Messrs. A. and W. Xaubaoh, members of the Leiprig Conservatoire, 26, West End Larie, Kilburn. ' [B. 3 "D ICKMANSWOETH.- A few resident Pupils -Ely can be received in high-olass girls' sohool, pleasant conntry, thorough tuition, with home comforts, health and-happiness of pupils studied; large garden; . excellent ..references; terms moderate, ticancy ' fos-W-governeu .'pnpili-Mist SiraYnmis, Talbot House, Bickmansworth____ [B 8 CJIGNQE ALFONZO. MEO begs to anno unoe that O lie attends Bron^'sVirrr,'V^es4(^iaA^DUey every Wednesday, to giveXessrms on.ttoViolinto Beginners, ftpflalso :niaflung-les�?,�s ^.aler/ hold** Violin Classjpn. Tnesdays" at His own 'residence, 42, Hogarth Boad, Earl's Court, S.W.; also attends At Homes. Soloist for Concerts.  Terms, moderate. 1 erbert A. GREEN . ; (Fonaierly at ;Wigmore Street, Cavendish ..';Square, W.), fishmonger, poulterer, and ice merchant, 6, Park Terrace, Willesden Green. FAMILIES WAITED ON DAILY. 422 Order* punctually  attended to.   Best Article* only at Lowest Market Prices.   

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