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never applied to him for payment.—Mr Taylor admitted that no account had been rendered to prisoner. --Mr. George Robtrt Hughes,

never applied to him for payment.—Mr Taylor admitted that no account had been rendered to prisoner. --Mr. George Robtrt Hughes,

45, George-street, was then called. He stated: I have seen the prisoner several times of late, but do not know his name. He (prisoner) said that he lived at Caterham. He called upon me about two months ago and asked me to purchase a quarter of a ton of po t a toes. He asked me f
April 12, 1879 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
Croydon Conservative Association. rpHE Members of the Association, with their friends, will dine at the PUBLIC ELiLL, CROYDON, Os W

Croydon Conservative Association. rpHE Members of the Association, with their friends, will dine at the PUBLIC ELiLL, CROYDON, Os W

1 4 ;131NlESDA:1(, MAY 14th, At Six o'clock. LEWIS LOYD, Esq., will preside. JAMES WATNEY, Esq., and WILLIAM GRANTHAM, Esq., Q.C., the Members for the ,Division, as well as other Members of Parliament, have promised to be present. Tickets, 4s. each, can be obtained of the Secret
April 12, 1879 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
SPIRITS. Per Bottle.

SPIRITS. Per Bottle.

2s. 3d. 2s. Bd. 3s. Od. Castle 17P Pale or Brovn BRANDY „ V ditto ditto „ Pitoor ditto ditto „ UP GIN .. 2s. Od. „ OE ditto 2s. Bd. PROOF . , • • UP RUM .. UV ditto .. 3s. Od. 28. 3d. 2s. Bd. Pnoor ditto .. 3s. 0(1. UP Scotch or Irish WHISREY 29. 3d. UV ditto .. 2s. Sd. ditto ..
January 15, 1879 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
NOTICE. Registration of Births and Deaths. ri 'HE following are the times and places of atten 1. dance of Mr.

NOTICE. Registration of Births and Deaths. ri 'HE following are the times and places of atten 1. dance of Mr.

EDWIN BAILEY, Registrar 0. itirths, Deaths, and Marriages, for the sub-district of Croydon. Cuoroon : Registrar's Office, Lansdowne Cotter . Lausdovrue Road, Croydon, every Morning except Woduesday) front 9 to II; every Evening (except Sitnrday) from & to 7.30. :Parochial every
January 8, 1879 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
"THE TIMES" BOOT & SHOE COMPy.

"THE TIMES" BOOT & SHOE COMPy.

February 1, 1879 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY.—Before T. R. Edridge, Esq.

THURSDAY.—Before T. R. Edridge, Esq.

William Asbury, of Balham, was - charged with stealing a pony, cart and harness, value .V. 17 from O. 2. Pitlake-bridge, the property of Mary Ann Bassett.—Mr. Parry and Mr. Dennis represented the Prosecutor and prisoner respectively.—The prosecutaix, a licensed wardrobe dealer,
January 25, 1879 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
CROHAM ARMS SLATE CLUB. OPEN for the ADMISSION of MEMBERS EVERY MONDAY, AtTB p.m. SIXPENCE PER WEER. Amount of share

CROHAM ARMS SLATE CLUB. OPEN for the ADMISSION of MEMBERS EVERY MONDAY, AtTB p.m. SIXPENCE PER WEER. Amount of share

last year to each member, 26a. Gd. HARMONIC METING EVERY MONDAY EVENING, At 9 p.m.
January 25, 1879 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
.sTORMS AND FLOODS ON THE CON-

.sTORMS AND FLOODS ON THE CON-

TINENT. Fearful accounts of the - floods contiatie to reach Paris from all parts of France, but particularly from Bordeaux and suburbs. A telegram from . Paris, dated Feb. 2ti, states that the Bastide quarter has been completely inundated, and all the inhabitants driven out of t
March 5, 1879 - Croydon Times - London, London, England