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   Middlesex Courier (Newspaper) - April 9, 1897, London, Middlesex                                A WEEKLY RECORP OF LOCAL NEWS FOR BRONDESBURY,  CHILD'S HILL. CRICKLEWOOD, E .1 t HARLESDEN,  HARROW.  HENDON,  KENSAL GREEK, KILBURN. KINGSBURY. MILL HILL, .PINHER. STANMORE/ and WILLESDEN. No. 15.--Vol. XI. FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1897. ( BEQISTKaKD �t the fl.P.0.1 Price One Penny. Births, Marriages, & Deaths. The charge for the Inaertion of Announcements under, this Beading is Is. for ihs first four lines, and 3d. per line afterwards. m Births. BEDFORD.-Ojj 4th inat., at, 28^ Abercorn Place, Maida Vale, the wife of Herbert Bedford^'Ofiiit^n. TODD;-Oil the 7th inst., at 90, Blenheim-gardens, .Willesden-green, N.W., the wife of Alfred Todd, of a daughter. Stanriaige. BERNHARDT-FLACK.-On 3rd inst., at Christ Church, Brondesbnry, by th6 Rev. C. Dale Williams, Dudley Richard Bernhardt, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., L.S.A., of 87, Hamilton Terrace, W., to Beatrice Mary FJack, of 4, South Mansions, Streatley Road, Brondes^ bury, fourth daughter of the late Horace Flaclc. Deaths. DRUJIMOND.-On the 5th inst,, John Nelson Drunimond, of 95, Broadhursfc Gardens, aged 36. LEETE.-On 2nd inst., at 35, Streatley Road, Brondesbnry, Harry Harmood Leete, eldest son of the late Rev.T. T. Leete, vicar of Poling, SusseXj in his 52nd year.   No cards. PARLEY.-On the 31st,ult., at Harlesden, Eleanor Alexander, younger daughter of the late Thomas Parle/, Canonbury, aged 44 years. JAMES CROOK, Ths Old Established IDERTkKER, (ECOKOMIOAi; CHABOE9) 263, HIch Road, Kllburn CLASS 1.-JLwcn tuA' Mbnniinit* CaMh, pain of Bonn, pbUiHcd Ehn Coffin, Vdrat Pall, uid attenduM oomplrt* (if QUai Htuse 6�. Bitra)... ...      ...   jB5  Oi.   Od. CLASS 2.-Haona and Momrnint Cokob, pairs of Horaea; Elm. Coffin ooTsitd, and attaudance compute ...     ...     ... -   ...  je* 10�.>-'03; CLASS 3.-^Hesns end Mouzninf Coach, pairs of Horeaa, amooih Elm. Coffin, and attandanoa oomplata,.,..   . ...   ......... 5a.  Od. CLASS 4.-i3mCofflno�mpl�ta,Btt*nduio*,FimeTal Carriage and pucbf Hoiaaa, from' ilS' ISg.  Od. CLASS S.-^ChiIdiMi'tCur!agff'7onanaB,from �1  2a. Od. �tebilahad tsbl.   Mate th* Addniw. Ctwiaaiton eaiTMSoui w7i�n ngttiri^ m acartiawt w�A iha ngKtaitMM.o/tha Craihaiton fiocwiy �/ laitgland. XiitmafM fixnjor ht;h�r cloti /unarali on opflAaMon^^ or ly (alasram and poat. fiuianca I fi. LIMITED, FUNERAL FURNISHERS AND Carriage Proprietors, 81, HIGH EOAD, KILBURN, N.W., AND 35, MA2;V�B,I7 BOAD, KXIiBVKtr. Late Charles Brown. THE MISSES LQ0ISE, ORESSMAKEKS AI^D MILLINBR3 T8, Willesdcn Lane, Kilbarn. dbesses uabz! jfbom 10/6. Style ttnd Ptt guaraatead. SPEriE ATTEHTIOH TO HOIIBHffllJ- 0BDE8S. Ladies' Day and Evening Drecses Re> iwodelled, &c.   Charges moderate.  NOTE ADonuft- Y8 JMen Laiie) mURS,�.!. ATKINS & THOMAS, Decorators and Sanitary Engineers. OAS AND HOt WATER FITTERS. CONTRACTORS   FOR   GENERAL HOUSE   REPAIRS. aa, WfLLESdEN  tANE,  KILBURN. ST NOW SHOWING SEPABTICEHT. Ladies' French Kidlrloves IN ALL THE NEW 5HADES, l/UJ   AND    *2/lli. Porfeot Cnt Guaranteed.. Ladles' 5ilk Shirts In Black and Fancy Colourings, Detachable OoUairs: and Cn&, 12/6, 16/6, 19/6. Ladies' Fancy Cotton Shirts ISg- EVEBY VABXET7. 53, 55, 57, 59, & 6t, HIGH Rcao. 8 & 8b, Cambridge Avenue, KILBURN. C. 5. PERRY, Senr. (Lata with Battam a Haywood. Osfozd Btnwt, W.), PRAOTIOAL BUILDER & DECOR/ITOR, Sanitary, Lifirhtinsr & Vantl-latlnfiT Encrlheeir,    - 28, KINaSGATE road, kubdm. AM work carried butunder own supervision. WHAT IS It is a Liquid Extract of the useful constituents of Fine Coffee. A Tea-spoonfui added to boiling water gives a cup of delicious Coffee in an Instant, superior to tlie best ground Coffee. THOS. SYMINGTON & CO., EDINBURGH, ARE THE MAKERS. To be obtained Bveiywhere, In Sd. and la. Bottles. kWm m HOBEKOilHDMH balsam, WItli Sa (ft A SiVB un> Emcixin. BanpT^iM .tu Biaaiaxs o> IHK LoHas Am, An PiauHi. � This Noted 'CbiMawid. �B1' ta famUnyailBll; baas- liajr Ymr, \m Thnata, Hkjuaniaaa, Xau at Toie*. Throftt iRiUtioBi an� tkai^[3a�>T<*�i�aa tDantiniitian. Iv U pNaMUt u tha tut$. Ke< afr2^iesder0, 2i3, lirCH ROAp;!^KttpS!Pf r (TknadoonftoiBWiliaatefciw). ^ "{ The (ibeap^t Honae in the Trade for sIli '^Icfiida of Onuineatal HaJrl : i:   ; Pin. Curls'......     ... from lis. ;6d. Tring^li      :..t    ......     ,    78.6a. dnste^ra of Carls       ...    ,   Sa. CU. aiij. ea. All Hair Died in Ibuq Is gnanntaad to ba aatnial cnrt : .fpu JCAKvrAOTDitSBS or- A parfeat T�ar�ia1>l6.�pIoTiriiig for red or ftej harr, mad* in 8ix diSaieni abaidesi one liquid oalj, aawsntaef �3f^iP^ hmMmUjj^kind. ;i v' - ss.: 6A>x     -�ad'.-ioa..'^'.per. �aaei W. T. COLTMAN, 127i mm STREET, HARLESDEN. f^fictke Ffuna fun&ctnrer, Carrer ft Glider. ^.f^ctur^ �Famed in any desl^. t^ictlires cleaned and restore^.' -Mouldings in any length kept o V in stock. ^     R. Ew WILLIAMS, WVt, CABi AKTD WAGGOKKTTB FBOFRDBTpB. .   3, Canterbury PJ^ee, Sudbury. ; frMUgt* m* auMum miti Vlm&Iey ataMonti H---and attar.Oaba,.naat an Intna.   0aniacia� -: Biakaa, :a�iv V uiuinxnt^ ' Q. PASK, 150, MJlNOR I^ARK RD., HARLESDEN. Purveyor of English & Colonial Meat. BEST 8UALITY GUARANTEED. (OUR CANTERBURY LAMB A SPECIALITY.)! �    ' .     _�       ^ � Try Our Noted Home-made Sausages. AtL meat sold at -  - - ioWest possible prices. FAMILIES WAITED UPON DAILY FOR ORDERS. JfOTE Address: 150. MANOR PARK RD. (Oj^osite PtUflic Libriary.) 2, MAMET PMIJ^MIRGHMD, WILLESDEN^ N;Wk     ; , Garden Too/a 6f^^ry^^eabH0oii of Best Hahufaoiare. Will this Season be offering a Uiie iiif WJce     " HARLESDEN Sign Writing WdrRs, The old-eetabliahed and cheapest house in the trade for eirery deaoription of sign writing. Piotorial SignPaintmjf.fflaaaFaoiBa J MR anuKO.. .. ,;.      .: V-balls VJd. .Stationery ot all Kinds kept) In Stock at lav JPtlcea at W. PAfiE'S, Daily Jf>Bii�M, Perlodleals^Ahd Hagaknes Begulariy: . :     Supplied^;. / . Bookbinding of Bit KInda at Cfacapcat Pricaa. THE EMPIRE ^TYPEWRITER, ' price �12.12.0: T :ths best ibitihg mm of the world. toeonstrueted to afford-   Bkp^ibed, bovqut oa KXCBAKOID,'0�SOU> OM coxmission. E. JlSlflP & M'S, aOLD MEDAL PIANOS, FROM loo' QUINl^AS.  KOBimraioK a imnoira cblebratbd pianos: .fisia W td-:W^GAlrwu.'-^AlSo:2Batniiunta br otb� , . .... Ooodllakera. mkbmlMi iO/6, to 29/- ParHonlb. :�. MInMrumpUieuam .   : WananUi. � Ofjius from S/-, 6/-, 7/6, 410/6 Per Month. tha PnbUo, with a Selaettoa of ......       �*------of tht. Iiaiteit Plutda  tb�;Mat togUab Uaka, andOifaaa Baai Ba�Udi'*ad Amarltaa^Hasnbetara, at iha PndUa Piloaa far Ca^ or oa Eamf Ttraa. :j _:-I---- > NOTB TItB ApORBSS.-. nis LoidonFianoIortt Men' Assodtflei, / -f ahUbi High atre^, MaHfiadnt, ' OTaar WSlaadaB faaatlaii, K.WJ SpeGml NoiSce, GO to . . Clotbicrs, Outfitters, &c., church road, tolesden, BEST QUALITY. GOODS AT LOWEST po88iai.E PRicks. SUITABLE FOB ALL GLASSES. WEi.1. KHOWN FOB Voikmen's ClotMng ol Evary Description. LsTgesi Stock in t1i�   44,TAYi ' F.' KOtUE IQLLES, Sanastr and Seeretary. '� i ' / '   � CAPITAL. :.;t . . .. !8HW,00a, . �   � Paiaaaai Xccldaati of aU Unda. 'Polldea biolnde iraekl} allowance while disabled by Smallpox, Typhoid, I'jphiui, ot &ariet^mBTs^^htheria,andMeaalBSi alsoMe Annolty Indainn]t7 Asaoranoa lui. Samage caused bj Hones or Tabiolea tn Stieeta to the penons or property of third partlea. ' ridauty Onarantaaa for aU'posRibns of tmst,-at rates from 10/- per cent . The iBoiiisiof the Corporation are accepted by Her Majesty's Goiemmeat. . Boidair Aa�iuaiMa y appointment. Terms moderate. -Apply to A.T.W., 31, Kenilworth Road, Kilbnm, N.W. [R.6 Land and Houses. MR. F. S. PRIEST. AUCTIONEER, Valuer, Estate fflanag|er, Land Ageiti, SUBTETOR, 61, STATION ROAD, Wineaaen^ineiton. FREE REGISTER- .J.1FJ>.�.' Bales of ^nature and MiieeUanedus Froperirt every aUemate 'Monday Evening, 296, iIX0H KILBURN, N.W. (OPPdSlTH  THE  BBJSITBBr). AND AT 64, High Rd., WiHesden Green. MANtrPACTtEEB OP EVERY DESCRIPTION OF SAUSAGE, TRIPE AND COWHEELS FRE5H   EVERY   DAY. , Educational. ;     THE STJJDIO, iC HIGH ST, HARLESDEN. .flikh'GJa$8 ehoiography. AT MODEBATE PKIOBS.   DaViks, ba;, BaliioJ Ccilega, Oxford. CL.'WaDDWOlov, Xneatmedlata Arta,.Londan UnlraiaHr. W. nuBSSTCOLUmi, London XTnireislty. Q. O. SCHBIIBSR. > , F; H. M^toxu; Bb fee" Beat Method of TeHchiug.PUman'8,Shorthand," which Kained Sir Isaac Pitmah'B � �20 -Vrixo^^^m- CbSjM�S>a;�'-ehorthand Lecturer.^, the ]UiddIesex County. Council. ^ '    Assisted'ty P. ii WAKEFOitP,'y.ltP.S.,, HOldar'^fett^^atipp^ Phom^^lg^ori^ti^^oniHJrs Every Description of Xypa^nSter .Copying TTodertakea .....XOderateTees. -Ct^ otinite'for frosfeetas. ' L, 'Ri!.A;ilOl.4JLAM>iOi:SALE, withinseren , 5iiles of liondop,, ,weU-nw^ roads and sewers. Prices from 20 guineas per plot; easy instalments. - Franda ^avenscroft, Manager, nii:kbe(;k .Freehold Land Society, 20 and 30, Sui^AamfetoiiBnildings, Chancery Lane, Iiondm, w'.r. [R6 '�VivbUS4K'-Sl>YERtlSER:i3 willing to pur-rr" iliaBohotisesaAd shops for cash, prompt settlemMtte, no eojnmission payable. -Write foUj'^^&nlate .with'. lowest .price, Bamett, 80, S;itherland Avenue, Maida Vale^ 5 �fEt^AiilSSJt>3EN.-TBed-S{tting-Room' wanted XI hf young man, partial board, and Snndxy as rSgnired; - Bicycle accommodation.- Reply slatft^'tertiiB(which liiust be moderate), references, etc., to H. S., 67, Trinity Road, Wool Green, N. \ WKS'l'-MKATHi two or three-i^oBis', inr-nished, pleasantly situated near Heath, gas, pjiino,'terms moderate.-8,  Hermitase Vilb-s, "Fin.hley Kcad, N.W. [1514   

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