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RUNT BR ,AKFAST AT CHARLWOOD PARK, HeRLEY.

RUNT BR ,AKFAST AT CHARLWOOD PARK, HeRLEY.

RUNT BR , AKFAST AT CHARLWOOD PARK, HeRLEY. The owner of Charlwood lark (W. H. White, E4q.) noted for earneetnem and keen intereet which be in all k.nele of Tort Ain't his gel:emits hospi. tal:ty toward, of a similar turn of mind, arid he has on several previous occasions enterta
January 14, 1898 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England
 
REDHILL CHESS CLUB.

REDHILL CHESS CLUB.

gaturdav, January tith, the above cluh played Ire Parley Club. seven player, vide. play commencing 7 p.m. At the of time Itt 50) team bad *cored 41 tames. Boards aad 6 were adjudicated upon, and resolted as follows: No. 2, • win for Purley; No. 6.a draw : total sto 2. is the dra
January 14, 1898 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England
 
OBSERVER, JANUARY 14, 188. EASTGRMSTEAD PETTY SESSIONS

OBSERVER, JANUARY 14, 188. EASTGRMSTEAD PETTY SESSIONS

MONDAT.-13efor• Dr C H Getty (in tbe chair), tb• C W Payne Ctswfurd. Mr T H Havenahaw, Mr C W Bill. the Hon. Arthnr Brace, Mr .1 McAndrew. Mr J H and Mr C H Evertor!. ACRIOCS C AAAAA DMEINICD: MEW= Charles Butchers and George Percy Carpenter. young men. railway employes. were an
January 14, 1898 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England
 
PETTY SESSIONS.

PETTY SESSIONS.

cvf.—lt.fore Mr ft J Courthope fin the chair). the Hon. A E Gathorne.Hardy. M.P , the Hon o , ithorne o%thorns-Hardy Major• General Scram Dickins. Mr Jobtoo, Mr A Rerdeaette sod Mr R e ekrille-CrestwAl. James Fnirgbi oat 44 , 11a100 4 4 for driving on the wrong of the road, wher
January 14, 1898 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England
 
DEATH OF COMMANDER JAMES.

DEATH OF COMMANDER JAMES.

NEARLY A CENTENARIAN. By the death of Commander Henry Jimiee, R.N . ., which took place at his residence, The Vdla. Wellington road, Brighton, an Wednesday night. Brighton has lost one of its oldest infiabitants, and the country at large a naval effirer who (might in Fogbind rrv
January 14, 1898 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England
 
THE TRANSVAAL

THE TRANSVAAL

QUESTION OF BRITISH SUZERAINTY. The " Velkastem. - which is usually regarded as the organ of President Kruger. announcis that the Transvaal Government has just received despatch from Mr. Chaniberiain again affirming the doctrine of English suzerainty. The Volksstem " terms this
January 14, 1898 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England
 
SEAFOhD SCHODL BOARD.

SEAFOhD SCHODL BOARD.

The monthly meeting of this Board was on Wedneaday afternoon. There were present Rev E. Stevens (ehairrnanl. and Mews W. BA, A. J. Jack, lf). Muddle. and W. Kent (clerk). FINES._ _ _ _ . _ _ The Clerk reported Hut the Lewes Bench hs4 tnfiieted fines of 2s. 6.1. in e.teh etie, in
January 14, 1898 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England
 
PATROXIZED BY H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES. DAVID PITT AND SONS CONTRACTORS TO HER MAJESTY'S GOVERNMENT, Holmesdale Road and South

PATROXIZED BY H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES. DAVID PITT AND SONS CONTRACTORS TO HER MAJESTY'S GOVERNMENT, Holmesdale Road and South

Eastern Railway Station, Reigate, COAL , COKE , AND FIREWOOD MERCHINTS Every description of GARDENERS' and BUILDERS' requisites kept stock and supplied on the shortest notice and at lowest possible prices. CARTAGE, ItOAD, AND DRAINAGE CONTRACTORS. LAWN TENNIS COURTS MADE OR ALTE
January 14, 1898 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England
 
LZWEi —ELEPHANT AND CASTLE HOTEL Within ease distance of the Downs. Lace Reception room. Good accommodation for Cychate and Parties.

LZWEi —ELEPHANT AND CASTLE HOTEL Within ease distance of the Downs. Lace Reception room. Good accommodation for Cychate and Parties.

Dinners nod provuied on the shortest lootiCe. Wa-aired Beall. .Goo.l Stabling. 1•30•11 Bolus lock-up Coach T. Owe% Proprietor.
January 14, 1898 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England
 
Viii.HOLD Property ; rising district ; close;to r station; foe those wanting a. good Round investment from to ; paying

Viii.HOLD Property ; rising district ; close;to r station; foe those wanting a. good Round investment from to ; paying

7i cent. clear of F. 0. Branton, Omen- Wm It to , IIZINOLD Sams IRK Us mass I y sbecies hos W hda the =l eas se Is El Iseri al Psalm kolkstry, ssadidiag d Asubh tossissi bay sash bow sestsisisi $ bsitrooscs. kthshis.ssaisch Lip ; about I sem el geed wasers M& mould be had with t
January 14, 1898 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England