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Correspondents, especially tress ia outlying triets, are requested to send in their sommuni eations as early as possible. Secretari•s of

Correspondents, especially tress ia outlying triets, are requested to send in their sommuni eations as early as possible. Secretari•s of

Public Companies, Friendly Societies, sod other organisations will oblige if they will forward copies of Annual Reports awl notice nr forthcoming meetings.
December 30, 1904 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England
 
GRAND OPPORTUNITY

GRAND OPPORTUNITY

TO SECURE SOME
December 30, 1904 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England
 
** * – NIIDDLEIIANI AND 111(11ARD 111.

** * – NIIDDLEIIANI AND 111(11ARD 111.

** * - NIIDDLEIIANI AND One either intern-dia.; besides that of Sir Richard Metope is closely knit up with Om fortunes of Wen/del - dale. tilnit of ltichard 'rookback. afterwards King of England. ham t.'astle. the home of Warwick the Kingmaker. we know - from. The List of the to
December 30, 1904 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England
 
• * • --- Letters to the Editor.

• * • --- Letters to the Editor.

Letters to the Editor, Intended for publicaiiii, must be accompanied by the name and addrese of the writer. No communication which does not comply with this rule will be inserted. 0.7 correspondence columns are open to our readers to freely dices. questions ot county and locit i
December 30, 1904 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England
 
THE BALLAD-SINGER

THE BALLAD-SINGER

The ballad-singer iP a deing institution hay. O. writer in the hallad may becn a lovely thing. but, shouted from a gillthroai. but so much 4lf itl and sweetness that a re•spertable world forced to refire to Inor it any long. r. In the nailed darkness of a puburban avem: a min/ar
December 30, 1904 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England
 
Cronbon Obserber. 1:11)‘1 1904. A Clouded Christmas.

Cronbon Obserber. 1:11)‘1 1904. A Clouded Christmas.

Although there are a few pro% ill( lai towns which have suffered less than others, yet the evidence is only too convincing that iii London and many other great cities and towns of the kingdom there is such distress among the working classes as has not been experienced for many y
December 30, 1904 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England
 
The Drama of the Week.

The Drama of the Week.

Ih-cersibt, 26. 1904. On " or Love in a Dutch Garth,,." products! at the Court, Theatre. It i• le play in thre. for giown-up children. by Laurence and Granville Barker. with by Joseph Momat The part of Primelb, was delighfully b Mi... Thyme Norman. Who is unaffected. young and p
December 30, 1904 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England
 
MR. .1. leol.-DCNN ON Tilt: DUTY (W Ji )LANALISTS

MR. .1. leol.-DCNN ON Tilt: DUTY (W Ji )LANALISTS

MR. .1. leol.-DCNN ON DUTY (W Ji )LANALISTS The nepeeted editor of the - Morning Peet." o ei last year Pre•odent ei the liisti;ide of .1, the character the Hes-chew nevallt .I..iiisted at the Club dom e r the Club by expatiating K.,turday evening on what he the "smilerof modern n
December 30, 1904 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England
 
.A.NNUA I. ENTERTAIN- lENT.

.A.NNUA I. ENTERTAIN- lENT.

.A . NNUA I. ENTERTAIN- lENT. One of the best lantern entertainmens it has been our lot to was given Wednesday by Mr. Carpenter at the Corn Exchange. Lewes, uecasion being the Clitisimas ,aeation the 'apart of Mr. Carpenters popular school. There was an exceptionally large attend
December 30, 1904 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England
 
WINDMILL INN

WINDMILL INN

The annual nweiting a this club tvi. headquarters on Thursday eveo:.ng. The butanoe-sheet read by the Secretary. Mr. r. R. Fiona, showed that the subscriptions, inCuding a levy of M. on death of a metrix.es wife. amoented to £lO6 13s. 9d.. while the par bad been £9 1. rite balan
December 30, 1904 - Croydon Observer - London, London, England