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Putney And Wandsworth Borough News (Newspaper) - June 30, 1888, London, Middlesex Railway Corn Hay Horses Foraged by Contract THE PUTNEY AND WANDSWORTH BQKOU3H JunS TRADE Adrcrfisc inscrta at Ote rate of per Inch per far not than fij Hot water and Roofs and sanitary Locksmith and Bell or Zine work made or Kitcheners and stoves repaired or set Brass work Lawn Mowers Cutlery Smiths General Family Dispensing JOHNS HEff Late Lourainc Vnf Phvsicians Family nre dispensed with the Kreatest rare ami ami none but tho very best quality of Drugs aiul Chemicals arj used in this and all Aerated GINGER ami GIXHEK asil all other Natural CMoroEtlerial Essence of Jamaica esteemed renifrty for Cramp and ailtrtiiK the lrom ilrops to a small teaspunnful in or brandy anil In By Stamps or Postal and THE SECRET OF BUYING iT TRADE with 10 with piano and a copyright sons or piano on receipt of address and stamp for HILL Hand Sewn Boots Soled and Hand Sewn Boots Made to Best price given for Old Gentlemans Houses MERTON WANDSWORTH Opposite Park wvwwwww The Committees of the various Conservative Clubs aud Associations in the Borough have arranged for AN EXCURSION Of the Members and Friends of the Clubs and Associations TO On the 17th FARES TO HASTINGS AND BACK ADULTS CHILDREN Train starts from Clapham calling at Wandsworth and Streauiam Common Further Particulars will be All information and Tickets will be obtainable at any of the Clubs and Associations in the or at the Conservative 1 Sec James the ICnglish riceconsul at has after a very short A Cabinet Council was held the Foreign Office at halfpast 12 on All the members were Some petroleum springs svnT an abundant yield have just been discovered on the western side of the Carpa in Saturday was speech at and a dis tinguished gathering of ladies and gentlemen took part in tbe There has bsen a proddeal nf cholera in and the Chief Commissioner hai consequently delayed his departure to Upper The Duke of CmiibnHrid in according to the Btirscn to finally renounce his claim to and will shortly assume of The new Japanese Minister at Washington served five years in and while there translated John Stuart Mills works on political economy into A lad named 17 years of was bsthing in Retcobie nrar when a plank to which he was holding slimid from and lie was PUBLIC AND LEGAL PUTNEY Putney Brid and Turkish The Swimming the best in the South now open for the Special days for Turkish Baths on the most improved Private Baths forLadies and Open from J to 0 Special and liberal terms for Schools and Cantata at the Assembly There was a large gathering at the Assembly on Thursday evening to hear Farmers sacred oratorio Christ His The Putney brass and string other Summers at the composed the in all sonic 25 The voices numbered between oO and Miss Miss Jean and Powloy taking the solo This beautiful now so was rendered with care and spirit under Sum mers able the choruses being particularly well The proceeds were devoted to the funds of the Baptist would not get over meaning the G run having been his statement was which detailed the general surroundings of the On Wednesday he was called to the whom he found hysterical and suffering from Munden inter and said that his wife screamed for him and told him not to leave as sho had but a fuw minutes to and then all arrangements for her as the result of the postmortem exami gave it as Ilia opinion that death was due to bloodpoisoning consequent upon though it was utterly impossible to trace the the coroners summing up Munden ex pressed himself strongly as to the holding of the contending there was nu necessity for such a Coroner pointed out even from the postmortem it was impos sible to decide exactly from what source the blood poisoning after considerable the jury returned a verdict in accord ance with the medical adding as a rider that sanitary authorities should be requested to examine the condition of the drainage and sanitary arrangements of the TO THE CONTAGIOUS DISEASES ANIMALS 1878 THE Metropolitan Board of Works HEREBY GIVE that Section 6 of the Cowsheds and Milkshops Order of requires that all PERSONS carrying on in the Metropolis the TRADE of Cow keeper or Purveyor of Milk sliall be REGISTERED as such in the Register kept by the in pursuance of the and they also Give Notice that the Mode of Registration is by application in writing upon the JTorm approved by the stating the name of person requiring registration and the situation of the premises at which he carries on his By Clerk of the Forms of application for Registration can be obtained on application at the Offices of the Charing Unregistered milksdlers are liable to a penalty of Late TfOR a quantity of light Scaffolding used once Bramford near Waudsworth railway A VERY strong Rearsteering Tricycle for price by to TO Galveston West ORINSMEAD 7octave Cottage Pianoforte for Sale escapement action iron frame little used must be Wands in Putney or Situations for two friends in small family cook aged wages aged wages to Pitlake riHARING or Plain Cooking Wanted by the day well Lower Anns to be Let Furnished or two reception and five bed bathroom terms moderate near South western Railway Office of this at a Fourroomed with and garden respectable neighbourhood in thorough repair for permanency rent must not exceed per including all rates and J Parsons HOSPITAL SUNDAY FUND following are the amounts collected at the Putney John the All Till PUTNEY AND ROEIIAMPTON BEXEVOLKXT excellent society is now out of applications are frequently made for hospital more especially those for Broiupton As the applications have now exceeded the whole of those subscribed for by the society having been are asked to make it known that any hospital letter sent to the Fox and Hounds will be greatly and will be only handed to really deserving many such being already known to the KIDNEIIS Metro politan Boardof Works havingagaiu refusedtolicence Kidners we have been asked to inspect and give our opinion on the for we must confess when we heard of the proposed slaughter house in Montsorratroad we were prejudiced against we find that the slaughter house is situated on the north side of the access from which is obtained by means of a wide passage leading past the old kitchen garden of Fairfax now Kidners thus placing the building at a distance of at least 130 feet from any dwelling The buildings are lightand and are fitted up in the most approved witli all modern appliances with due regard to all sanitary requirements and as Kidner has offered to give a guarantee not to take in any animals after in the the objections must be wholly of a sentimental and fancied nature for having ex amined the ground carefully we fail to see how any nuisance can possibly It must be remembered that there is a slaughterhouse not so very far away from the and more closely which has not as yet excited the slightest We advise any interested to see the place for as we understand that Kidner will be pleased to shew it to any SrSDAY MORNING ADULT was again a full attendance at the Assembly Rooms laat Sunday the junior section again heading the Use with 19 Three new members who signed the pledge and donned the blue ribbon were and allotted to Section The tickets for the free breakfast tomorrow Sunday morning were The committee will be glad of help from ladies who will be willing to take charge of Breakfast will be ready by it is hoped will be over by so as to admit of the full time being given to the lesson after addresses from Archi bald not as previously announced and A large muster is EMMANUEL CHURCH SATURDAY SERVICE FOH address at this service lait Satur day was on A Wonderful Trees were now in the height of their summer and everywhere round about us in Putney the beauti ful green and pleasant rustling of the leaves could be seen and Contrasting the opportunities of the children here with those in many of the courts and alleys in the metropolis who never saw a the superintendent led the children to the contemplation of the tree winch he had in his All trees irere but man the tree of made in His own was the most wonderful of The tree died down to the ground every The leaves were the sap ceased to the life of the tree was checked and so the life of this tree was his body was returned to the dust whence it but the reawakening with him was through death into life The strong resemblance between a man and a tree with regard to life was then The tree was was Man was planted like the tree in Gods the As the tree grew by by pure by proper by com panionship with and shelter of other and by pruning and so to live truly and to perfect the purpose of his required light from the Sun of so as to avoid thedark thoughts and dangerous temptations by which he was He needed the pure and healthy food which God had provided for Neither man nor tree could thrive in a dark or without proper Companion ship was also as was the pruning and Man must leave off all useless or evil purge his mind of all evil thoughts and if he would accomplish his Fathers as every tree was known by its and the children would not look for apples on a cherry so an evil minded man could not possibly be actuated by good and or even honest As a tree well tended and carefullytrained would not bring forth evil or imperfect so a child trained to habits of truth and obedience when he grew keep in the paths which it had learned to As tha fruit depended on the inner life of the tree healthy blood which flowed through every branch of and so nourished and fed so if the mind of the man or the the fruit be perfect anc beautiful in them too fruitless trees were hewn down and cast into the So the man who passed a fruitless failed to realise the will of his or to do at the end of his pro bation be cast into utter The must all possible nourishment out o the countless privileges and mercies the Almighti sent them day by so that their love for their Creator might continuo to arid their The work of their made acceptable to their Heavenly the Giver of all the subject chosen for the address this Saturday afternoon at is Butter and A PREMONITION op at the Parish Braxton Hicks held an inquiry as to the death of Jane Elizabeth lately residing at Collegestreet Frederick Blake was elected foreman of the William Munden identified tin body as that of his who was aged 29 years She had had five of whom four are She was of a delicate constitution and as the time for her confinement drew near grew exceedingly and told witness sh was sure she should not get through Shi was confined on the 18th Griin attendee hor up to the time of her which occurred on the Jane mother of the de stated that she went to nurse her daughter who had informed her the witness as far back a Christmas that something seemed to tell her shi A TUB Ill tllCSC dajS of commercial depression and it becomes women an economists generally to exercise great care and discrimination in purchasing goods of everyday All should spend their money to the best and where they get a good straightforward penny worth fur uvery penny to buy well and be go to Edward the eoples where general and poultry arc all high lass sold at lowest cash prices and hero meat nf the finest quality produced is sold t market ratos aud considerably lower than rhose tereotypid by oldfashioned homegrown meat only no Ciniti or foreign meat Apply or new revised general Edward March estab ished VESTRY leu ow it uiiu mum ui Lilts inner life were kept pure and I life A Vestry meeting was held at the Ireeu Schoo Hi Thursday The the occupied the There but a small attendance and the proceedings passed oil with un rohted The chairman called upon the lerk to read the convening the meeting ami lie agenda and the minutes of the previous meeting vhicli having been duly Churchill ose and pointed out that a circular had been sent on tating that he had supported the demand for a poll nade by Captain Todd at a previous meet which was The one of the said thai he statement arose entirely in and was ui entire This uutcinlc honorable havin iitislied the matter Richmond Park and the firs msiness on was the consideration of i tter from the Kichmond Vestry Clerk asking tin James Vestry to support a petition to Ilunke ainst Richmond being used for tho purniHL if the National Kille Association tristdw and Wing that tin etterlie on the Hill and Looke a petition be prepared in accord ance with the letter from the Richmond am jscntid to A long discussion ensued Jltiniately the amendment was when 17 votei or and On Bristows resolution being put as the substantive was carried1 21 against On the announcement of the Horner demanded a and by The announcement was received witli laughter am to be ultimately no fiirthe announcement in regard thereto Sein The Proposed Weir and Lock at letter was read from the Vestry Clerk of Mortlak mclosing a and asking the Barnes Vestrj o assist in opposing the proposed lock and well it was pointed out thatamotion an undei aking was passed by the Barnes Vestry in Decembei Keene proposed that they should go ham n hand with Mortlake in this Churchil Bristow supported the resolution that steps should be taken to prevent the scliem rom being carried and for oiice in a way an unanimous vote was recorded at a Barnes Parish discussion arose on the con of a previous resolution over certain jcupation roads in the and it was HI the motion of seconded by hatj subject to its being properly made up to satisfaction of the Charlesstreet should be taken over by the The Proposed Hospital at com munication was read from the Mortlake Vestry asking for the support of Barnes in opposing the erection of a hospital for infectious diseases in Mort Hill moved a resolution to but iltimately withdrew in favour of a resolution pro josed by seconded by to he effect that as the Local Government Bill might liter the unions it would be well to wait lefore proceeding further in the hospital and the Vestry clerk be instructed to attend the government inquiry and oppose on behalf of the This was ultimately anil a vote of thanks to the rector for presiding the read to the Board by the clerk against the pro osed The memorial was signed by ic Comte de Paris and engthy reply to the memorial was read by and as to its adoption by the ley decided to consider the matter in Wood paid the Board a visit and spoke against he proposed and maintained that the ite was not i suitable Bush inquired if Wood could suggest a They had been ears looking for a and the present one was the icst they could Wood thought the latients would not gain free atmosphere by the pro losed position of the Adams alluded o the position of theStockwcll When built twas nothing but Holds all Now the good class were built right up to the during the recent epidemic there had only been hree cases from persons residing in the vicinity of Wood thought there was an jbjccliou owing to the site being in the Thames a little further iVood apologised for intruding upon the and a letter was read from the Local iovernmcMit stating that one of their would attend at tlie National Boys School at 11 oclock on Tuesday morning July the jiurpose of inquiring into the Kousetohouse Inspection of the Adams reported Uiat he had made a houseto umse inspection of the and considering that the houses were mostly the sanitary condition was decidedly mly four deaths attributable M zymotic diseases had occurred in the parish for the ast twelve Health of the Adams further reported that during the past fortnight 13 deaths had iccurred in the 5 at 7 at and 1 at Foul letter was read from Davies stating that they were not the pro irietnrs nf the cottages which had been reported as laving a foul water Chairman intimated that a mistake had been and nowthe right people had been communicated was no jther business of The Proposed Cottage of East has issued the following circular The Rural Sanitary Authority of Mort and Petersham have obtained the sanc tion of the Local Government Board to the acquisition of a plot of laud at Mortlake of about one acre in for the erection thereon of a called Cottage as it is described in a letter by the chairman of the Board appearing on the small hospital for nonpaupers of the Rural Sanitary District suffering from infection An inquiry will be held mv the 28th at Mortlake by Inspector with reference to proposed sum of for the cost of the hospital At this inquiry the inhabitants of Mortlako in tend to oppose the erection of this hospital on the ground that not only have they been deceived as to the scope of the but also that the site has been selected without sufficient regard to the principles which should guide the selection of hos pital and to the jeopardy of the common public not only 4t Mortlak and but the whole of the neigh The inhabitants of Mortlake have been informed by the authority that the hospital is intended fui 10 beds and that the site is incapable of ex and that the districts pauper patients sullering from infection will not go but to tho Richmond Union It is well known that there is no adequate pro vision at the present time for infectious fever am smallpox cases arising in It is obvious that the more appropriate policy would have bee for all the parishes in the including the parish of combined for the erection of a Not only has this not been but a rural possessing in its district hundreds o acres of eligible have chosen a miserable acre plot close to the heavy traffic of the South western Railway at most 70 yards only from the and also 60 yards only from a public and also actually intersected by a footpath and on a spot surrounded by land actually laid ou for and in the immediate proximity of tin densest and poorest population in their district The site has been condemned is unsuitable bymei no thaii Octavius senio physician of the Westminster and Dr of the London Fever No welltodo person would care to send his owl sick child to a sanatorium so When Rich mond comes to provide for its own rha town will desire to adopt a more eiilightenedcourse than that adopted by the Rural Sanitary Board It be compelled to do one of twi things it will much against the wish of al humane huddle its sick poor into the site already selected by the neighbouring Rura the misery of the patients themselves or it will select an attractive site in tho district o this Rural and be met with a most stub born and costly The writer of this notice believes in the accuracj of the above and in issuing this notici is not actuated by personal and granite for the Middlesex abutment have been executed to the level of 10 feet above The approximate value of the work exeented is about of which due to tho progress made i the post Reading Cases for Finance ommittee reported that ascertained that iring readingcases suitable for the printed minutes Vestry could be obtained at per nd they brought the matter under the notice of the f entry in order that directions might be given should t be deemed advisable for the supply of such cases o Mansell moved that the things 13 Hugh James said considering he way the rates were running ley should not buy these If he wanted me he would pay for it order was The Dust Destructor Street Cleansing arid Dust Depot Committee reported that hey had inspected engines and mortar mills in iperation at various and having considered as o the machinery best adapted to the require nciits of the they recommended that the cinler of Hunt and Sons for supplying ind fixing an engine and two mortar mills and a eon leaser at the Dust Destructor Depot for the sum of i420 be subject to their furnishing a further plan of the same to the satisfaction of the surveyor to their agreeing to guarantee the engine or 12 and to enter into a contract with two satisfactory sureties for theducexecution of the moved that the be Ingram said he was in a position to irove that the instead of sroing to the ex pense of could be obtained for perhaps and he thought get the He thought an engine and mortarmill could be got secondhand or He as an that the matter bs referred back to the James said it was well known to men in the habit of dealing with large contracts that there were often mortar mills in the As the contracts were finished the plant was He supported the Curling thought they could get some thing but they wanted something in said the committee thought it would be better to add several local firms in addition to those large firms in the provinces to the list of firms to be applied to to They thought they could get quite as good work done by local men as from Wolverhampton or the The local people to whom they wrote were Voung and Masson and and Hunt and Hunt and Sons tender was the but Hunt and Sons suggested the addition of a and pointed out the advan tages of and the committee thought that should he at a Bridge at went into the question of disintegrators and and urged that the committee had recommended the adoption of the cheapesf The engine would be of lUhorse power indicated and further upon a from which several members abstained from the amendment was carried by 42 to The matter THE PARISH Right the Lord Bishop of Bombay will preach at the Parish in the evening of July THE BARNES LADIES concert if vocal and instrumental music will be given at Hillersdon House on Saturday July beginning at The proceeds will be given to the funds of the above Tickets each may be had of Miss Hillers don or of Miss THE ACCIDENT AT BAKN Griin points out that the coroner did not censure him for giving a certificate as to the cause of death of It he an extrajudicial Hicks pointing out how he might have got himself into considerable trouble from his want of judgnunt in the Griin further in order to show his fiihx in the that he himself communicated with the coroners THE INSTITUTE BRASS the band under the direction of Bandmaster performed a capital selection of music on the which was evidently much en joyed by the large gathering Owing to the encouragement shown towards the band it has been decided to repeat the programme on to commence at 7 It has been suggested that a few seats placed on the Green would be greatly and enable visitors to enjoy the strains of the band in greater Perhaps the commissioners will be enabled to follow out this suggestion ere The following is the programme of music gone Honest May Little Far The The Wilber Merry Swing ing Are you Ready an THE Londoi Tramways Various Powers Bill providing for the extention of the tramway from Clapham the at Upper ha been read a second time in the House of Lords RURAL SANITARY The usual fortnightly meeting of this lioard was held at the Working Mens Cook pre and there were also present and Clerk Wood reported that the balance in the hands of the treasurer was The Proposed Cottage copy of memorial adopted at a recent public meeting was Our Local Representative and Reporter is W Glapham to whom a notices of an other communications may be or to the heat Alien is also to receive adver The usual fortnightly meeting took place at tli Vestry oh Churchwarden Wood in the Present lienge Brown Clark Dyer Joseph Joshua Faw Godfrey Holsl Jesty Lathey Marchbank Rum and New Battersea the reports of the proceedings of the Metropolitan Board was the following of engineer that about 07 per of the iron ribs for the new bridge have been cast by the Plucnix Foundry Company of that at the Surrey abutment all the iron skewbacks for the castiron arches are built into and the brickwork has been brought up to the level of above ordnance that the whole of the iron skewbacks for the first and second Surrey piers have been built into and five complete ribs with some lateral bracing have been erected between the Surrey abutment and 1 Surrey and five complete ribs have also been erected between Surrey piers 1 and The brickwork and granite of 3 Surrey pier has been built up to the level of 1083 feet above and eight segments of ribs have been partially erected for the central span of the The brick and granite work for the fourth Surrey pier has been brought up to the level 9 feet below The was therefore referred Tims then moved that the committee have power to remarked that they were all at Ingram thought that the committee should not have power to and he also thought an Shorsepower en gine would ilo all their He believed a great deal of money was being thrown away The motion was A Hard Street Cleansing Committee also recommended Clerk to the Guardians of the Wands worth and Clapham dated June stating that a man named who had been in the a road sweeper for recently been dis old and had service of the Parisii as more than 22 had charged on account applied for and sng of seized under the provisions of Michael Angelo Taylors without a having been first issued by this Vestry against the owner or person in charge of such and determined 2 that no summons shall be issued under the said section of such Act against any person without the direction of the Vestry first long and acrimonious discussion took place with the result that the recommendation was The Coroners Works and General nrposes Committee with reference a letter from Braxton dateci June further re provision of a coroners asking the Vestry to consider the that the matter be adjourned sine the motion of the recommendation was THE HEALTH OF THE esting that the man might be employed in sweeping some of the side that no order be made Bridge moved that the recommendation be Grey said this was a very hard The Guardians thought that this who had been a faithful servant for 22 and who was 74 years of might be given employment in the side streets at lower They felt that it would be better to give him a week rather than relegate him to the Eayres moved that the matter be referred If one of their who had received a large was afflicted witli old he would probably receive a and the same would be the case with their Laughter and Gurling supported the reference and this was agreed The Supply of same Com mittee recommended that the tender for the supply of provender for the three months end ing 30th September next be moved the adoption of this which led to a long Bingham because Key had stated to the surveyor that he gave the late horsekeeper because he wanted to screen amid some suggested that Fey and his man should be sent They should hear Fey Ugle said one of the reasons they should not accept his tender was that only last Monday itwas found that the fodder was not up to the but the contractor absolutely refused to take it They ought to have the Value of the stuff they paid It appeared that the Surveyor had condemned this Man sell thought it was a wrong custom to give servants It was then moved and that the question be now amendment was then moved that no tender be accepted from any person connected with the recent amendment was Chairman stated that certain facts had come before the Vestry since the last They found that some fodder had been rejected by the surveyor who had unquestion able power to reject and it seemed to him that any ofiijer of the Vestry who did his duty should be Upon further examination it was found that this material was such as no officer or member of the Vestry would give to his own and it was time to show these contractors that their officers were not powerless to reject It would be scandalous if they Shutter If the sur veyor is to be master of the situation with regard to these whats the use of the Committee Take the roads for What would be the use of a Committee of View if the surveyors report was to be final Chairman The surveyor gives his and the Committee of View verifies that The original motion was Opening up the A deputa from the Boliugbroke Tradesmens attended with a view of representing to the Vestry the of continuing the Northcoteroad through the Broomwood the addressed the and presented a numerously It was pointed out that the present occupier of the requisite land was only tenant for life and that therefore the trustees were the persons to be It was resolved to refer the whole matter to the Law and Parliamentary The Costermonger Street Cleansing Committee reported that they had care fully considered the subject of preparing a scheme for the regulation of the office of and they recommended that the authority and directions under which the streetkeeper was at present be adhered To this the Committee moved the following it be an instruc tion to the surveyor and to the street keeper 1 that in future no goods shall THROAT IRRITATION AND and tickling and inducing cough and affecting the For these symptoms useEppss Glycerine In contact with the glands at the moment they are excited by the act of thoGlycerine in these agreeable confections becomes actively Sold only in boxes tins labelled JAMES Errs Homoo pathic George in his work on Nose and Throat says The Glycerino Jujubes prepared by James Epps and are of undoubted service as a curative or palliative while Gordon Senior Physician to the Municipal Throat and Ear In writes After extended trial I have found your Glycerine Jujubes of considerable bene fit in almost all forms of throat Eppss Medicines can be had of High The following are the reports of the medical officers for the fortnight ended Jane Kith for East reported that the births registered during the fortnight under re port were of aud of in S2 the rate being 2788 per The deaths were of and the total being and the deathrate to92S per per annum thatfor the metropolis by the latestreturn being 149 per Of the abovementioned 9 were under year of age and C over 60 There were 2 eases not one submitted to the coroner being that of a girl of who died in an epileptic the that of a male aged 3 that died of and was attended by a cer tificated The number of deaths and character of the diseases generally prevalent indicate a satisfactory condition of the public OAKMAN for West reported that the deaths registered exclusive of the infirmary dur ing the two weeks ending June was and the So per per Ten were and 13 were Seventeen took place in the and 1 was submitted to the coronen Seven were under three being but a few and our above CO years of The health of the dis trict was the death rate was lower than he lad ever known it to Births were being and 41 and the rate 27 2 per er INQUESTS DEATH FKOM Wednesday Braxton Hicks held an inquest onthe body of Norman a died On the The following evidence was given wife of James a journeyman of identified the body as that of her and said he was 18 months On Sunday about halfpast witness had drawn some hot water out of the boiler to wash the She put the water the scullery Deceased was playing about in the Witness went into the and immediately heard a Slie went back to and found that the deceased had got there and pulled the hot water over She sent for a The child was terribly scalded and died next of deposed that he was not called till the to the mother ought to have sent for the doctor the same said lie found that the child was much and was suffering from He prescribed for and told the mother what to He was called again between 11 and but when he arrived found that the child was The causes of death were scalds and reply to the the mother stated that she dressed the scalds with olive oil and whiting on The Coroner said she ought to have called a but under the circumstances she seemed to have done the proper a ver dict of accidental ANOTHER RAILWAY Wednesday Braxton Hicks opened an inquiry at the Star and into the cir cumstances attending the death of Albert Cleg who was killed on the rail on Tuesday Rosina said the deceased was her who was employed at Victoria as a by the and Dover Railway On the 25th he left home in the afternoon to go on He was in good The next she heard was that he was of Battersea on the about he was called to who was lying in the engine shed at He was The doctor having described the said that the cause of death was The inquiry in consequence of tho subpcenas to the engine driver and witnesses of the occurrence not having been through the negligence of some of the companys then A CHILD Wednesday Braxton Hicks held an inquest at the Star and on the body of Joseph aged 11 the deposed that she lived at On the 24th she went to bed with the child about 1 During the night she gava it some milk About she woke up and found the child and ifc died shortly of said he was called to the and found that death had been caused by The jury returned a verdict of death from acciden tal SOUTH LONDON TRAMWAYS receipts for week ending June for week ending June total receipts from 1st total receipts from 1st THE DUSTING Vestry having now undertaken the collection of house refuse by their own have issued a circular requestingthe inhabitants to afford every facility for the prompt removal of the dust by allowing their employes to have ready access to their Inhabitants are also requested not to give the dustmen any A CHURCH RATE Monday a meeting of the ratepayers was held at the Lammas under the presidency of the Canon to consider the proposition to make a voluntary church rate in the ecclesiastical parish of for the purpose of maintaining the It was decided to make a voluntary rate of in the CROWN CRICKET CLUB Tuesday evening a concert was given in aid of the above club in the Wesleyan Mission There was a fair aud the which was a varied was well carried out under the chairmanship of Amongst others who took part were Misses Miss Hay Miss Miss and Miss VVil THE DUSTMENS the arinual beanfeast of the dustmen who up in the employ of the contractor for the removal of dust for took The 22 in started from the York in a fourhorse and Staines and to Virginia where they thoroughly enjoyed The return journey was made in good Miles had the conduct of the BATIERSEA TOTAL ABSTAINERS CHURCH have received from Hilton a long complaining of the general inaccuracy of our report of this which appeared in our issue of the Our reporter a member of our regular who furnished that insists tho general accuracy If the name of one gentleman is given as acting as Marshal who was really that error is due to a member of the committee who furnished our the
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