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THE LATE INSPECTOR HAYDEN.

THE LATE INSPECTOR HAYDEN.

BY request of number of Ladies and Gentlemen, who deeply regret the sad death of this much esteemed Railway Official, it has been decided to raise SUBSCRIPTION behalf of his Widow and Children. Subscriptions will thankfully received by the Secretary. The following gentlemen have
January 31, 1885 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
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January 31, 1885 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
w.-re to lx* eiigagf.l in in after life, rli—rs.) Agriculture had I war many burdens, and this business was *n

w.-re to lx* eiigagf.l in in after life, rli—rs.) Agriculture had I war many burdens, and this business was *n

~n , the lightest of them. (Hear, hear.) Itwasotuj lit - many tilings that ugrienhure. ||.» ni- inlH*red s-x-ing lad, years age. .1 short titue ag*». t » assist in littering yard with straw , and he actually did n-a know the right way use tin- fork -daughter)—but had Ikyii allow
January 31, 1885 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
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January 31, 1885 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
ijortuifij SATURDAY, JANUARY 81. 1885.

ijortuifij SATURDAY, JANUARY 81. 1885.

January 31, 1885 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 

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THE NORWICH MERCURY. JANUARY 31, 1835.

THE NORWICH MERCURY. JANUARY 31, 1835.

came to the shop and presented witness with the slip of paper (produced), which was enclosed in a scaled envelope. He said he liad brought the note from Miss Beck, of Buxton, and be was take an answer back. Upon the paper was written the following:—“Please send by bearer silver
January 31, 1885 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Ai I V..FI, TILL-LUTING.

Ai I V..FI, TILL-LUTING.

I V..FI, TILL-LUTING. j Alfred Rro.vn. ci'odriver, was charged with steal f,,,|n il ,; in the bar the St. K, "" , '. »• ' . eib-er and ss. in hnmze, the | m-me- ..f Jam. Lark, the landlord. Mr. Wiltshire the pro 'iier. It t | „„ Saturday , •fterno .11 the barmaid walked into bark
January 31, 1885 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
EAST HARLING.

EAST HARLING.

A Trap Accident. —On Thursday afternoon, accident occurred in the Market Place. East Bar ling. man named David Jones, assistant to Mr. Charles Hewlett, mail cart driver, who was returning from the station with the afternoon mail bags when the horse took fright. The horse was see
January 31, 1885 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
IMON UOl CTU An. T’s MIAMA—

IMON UOl CTU An. T’s MIAMA—

UOl An. T’s MIAMA •• York "—Captain Mr. (ii.tifii Hl<h>.lu>hhl. Mr. Jt. Cooper. Badger. Mr. J. Cooi-er. Mark Livingrtone. Mr W. Smith. Paul i;rx» eat tier. Mr. llayliel.l. Puffy. Mr Lack- K.:»ur>U. Mr. A Smilli. Dan, Mr. . Polkv. ir. Mr. Wler. Mrs. Falnveather, Miss C. IlmUon. Mr
January 31, 1885 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
NORTHREPPS.

NORTHREPPS.

Lecture. —On Friday evening, in the Reading Room (kindly lent for the occasion by J. 11. Gurney, Ksq., jun., J.P.), under the auspices of the Cromer Hand of Hope, a popuLir scientific lecture, illustrated by numerous chemical experiments and diagrams was given Mr. A. E. Salter,
January 31, 1885 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England