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County Intelligence.

County Intelligence.

BATTLE. • MEETING OF THE GUARDIANS. On Wednesday the Rev. T. W. Adam presided at the fottnightly meeting of this Board. There were also present the Hon. Mr.. Egerton. M oa Egerton. the Revs. C. Baker, A. Fewtrell, and there. Simmons. ll•viland. Thomas. .1. Thomas. Peirce. Cramp.
January 1, 1904 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England
 
fetch it back. This the player refused to do, consequently told to go from the field. Another player also clime

fetch it back. This the player refused to do, consequently told to go from the field. Another player also clime

to join the other in ilisgracc. The temws were: — Hayward. Heath.—Silleace, goal: F. Jetted and H. Nye. K. }lisp. J. C. Taylor. and R. Higgs, half-burke: F. Parks. Bridges. Green, W. J Jroning, and Clarke. forwards. Blue Mantles.—T. Brooker. goal: C. Brooker : •nd H. Wood, B. Al
January 1, 1904 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England
 
BOAITD OF GITARDIANS.

BOAITD OF GITARDIANS.

The usual meeting of this Based was held last week, over which Mr. A. Roberts presided. There were also pregunt Major fikileman. Messrs. A. W. Rickard. W. Nerves, C. White. L. J. Pankhur.t, R. Smith. A. Whiteman. J. Tidier, H. J. Davis, T. Austin. P. White, with the Clerk (Mr. T
January 1, 1904 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England
 
DRUNK IN CHARGE Or A HORSE AND CART.

DRUNK IN CHARGE Or A HORSE AND CART.

leriek Hewlett was charged with drunk while in charge of a horse and cart on December 14th. It appeared that defendant had released on bail, but failing to put in an appearance, the had been estreated.- 1 st tlat he had had to go to Hi wk• and could Lot get hack in time. The min
January 1, 1904 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England
 
METROPOLITAN cArrLE.

METROPOLITAN cArrLE.

1/ereinber 28. To-day's supply a beasts. compared with Monday last, showed an increase of though only beasts arrived front Scotland and no whatever from Ireland. Trade for boil. prime and xecoud quality sm. extremely dow, notwithstanding short tics, of In supply: fat butcher- Mg
January 1, 1904 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England
 
U , ANTED.— Boy.. Girls, Ladies and Nee, all TT age.. 2.00 Government Appointment* an nually ; all parts country.

U , ANTED.— Boy.. Girls, Ladies and Nee, all TT age.. 2.00 Government Appointment* an nually ; all parts country.

Poet.! preparation. Soccer* guaranteed worker". Clrke , Telegrape. Learners, Excise. Po-t Office. Cu/toots. Factory Age nolimiPd Weights. Measures and Sanitary Inspectors.—Write Civil Service School,
January 1, 1904 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England
 
£l,OOO REWARD. If any Doctor in favour of Vaccination, or any other person, can prove that Vaccination or Re-Vaccination ever

£l,OOO REWARD. If any Doctor in favour of Vaccination, or any other person, can prove that Vaccination or Re-Vaccination ever

prevented or mitigated the disease of Smallpox, or ever did any good; and that the Registrar-General's statement that 1,129 persons have died from the eff,cts of Vaccination, is false, W. D. STOKES, MEDICAL BOTANIST. 14, Waterloo Place, Brighton. Will pay them the above reward.
January 1, 1904 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England
 
THE CROYDON OBSERVER. JANUARY 1. 1904. LONDON, BRIGHTON, AND COAST RAILWAY TIME TABLE -JANUARY. 41 IMITIIIus. • vie ars 811

THE CROYDON OBSERVER. JANUARY 1. 1904. LONDON, BRIGHTON, AND COAST RAILWAY TIME TABLE -JANUARY. 41 IMITIIIus. • vie ars 811

k P.1641 It.-toata .. 7 107 399 50 9 11%9 101111 1135 ... ... 1 , 0 ... I$ - . - •• 4 lei St • ". I 205 05 455 186 591 107 417 M I 40 P 9 GO 1 i )8 156 . 40 731 ... 9 50 929 900 - 1053120 11 6 ••: 2 6 ... 1 .4, 'ns ; 4 0 417 -5 a ... 6 5 7 - 7 25 1 6 9 -. 9 110 owymi b 536 45 7
January 1, 1904 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England
 
171.1- 781 • lemorims.—Alfir loiskerearwseas.

171.1- 781 • lemorims.—Alfir loiskerearwseas.

171.1 - • lemorims.—Alfir loiskerearwseas. 4, 111416sammt. nessa m = .1444 /120/4. 13. Ainai. it .a;1=211.61' IST. Aar plr 1 `.• Om Mei Urn kr Ilals. IMOD priNNSI I 1 yowl no= Illemel. s
January 1, 1904 - Cambria Daily Leader - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SKATING PROSPECTS.

SKATING PROSPECTS.

Although frost continues throughout the Eastern Counties, it was not exceptionally severe yesterday, and some days may elapse yet before skating will practicable all over the Fens, much less England. some parts of the fens yesterday the I pastime was indulged in, ajnd Mr. Mott o
January 1, 1904 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England