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BOOTS. BOOTS. BOOTS. THE LARGEST AND MOST VARIED ASSORTMENT FOR WINTER WEAR, AT THE BEE - HIVE STORES, 126, High

BOOTS. BOOTS. BOOTS. THE LARGEST AND MOST VARIED ASSORTMENT FOR WINTER WEAR, AT THE BEE - HIVE STORES, 126, High

St., Croydon. The best BOOTS, The cheapest BOOTS, The strongest BOOTS, AND The most comfortable BOOTS, Can only be obtained at the above Address. J. COOPER & SONS, CELEBRATED LEICESTER AND CROYDON GOODS, ONLY TO BE HAD AT THIS ESTABLISTMENT. Do not mistake the number:- BEE - HIV
March 3, 1880 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
From the "Court Jourrol.-)

From the "Court Jourrol.-)

A couple of musical novelties are announced from America; one is called the •intoinatic piano player, and the other the autornati • flute player. The firstnamed represents a young lady seated at a piano, her fingers resting on the key board. By the action of springs the hands mo
March 10, 1880 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
MONDAY.—Before T. B. Edridge, Esq.

MONDAY.—Before T. B. Edridge, Esq.

Margaret Blake, described ai of Middle-row Lodging-houses, was charged with being drunk and disorderly at West Croydon Station-yard, JU Saturday night. P.c. 372 W, proved the case, and the defendant was ordered to pay the costs, Us., (1 10 default of payment, to undergo sevon da
March 10, 1880 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
MRS. RICH 4RDSON'S

MRS. RICH 4RDSON'S

1311AL1A.11.135. Registry Office for Servants, • "SHIP INN," :UGH STREET. 2.0, SURREY STREP.T, CROYDON. TWO OF THE BEST TABLES. per hour day light; ls. 6d. gas light. ri It. begs to return her sincere thanks to the s Ladies of Croydon and is vicinity for the patronage she has re
March 10, 1880 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
PECITLIAR CASE OF SUICIDE.

PECITLIAR CASE OF SUICIDE.

Yesterday (Friday) morning Mr. Carter held an inquiry at the Princess Arms, Queen's-road, Croydon, into the cause ot death of John Thompson, aho was found dead with biz throat frightfully cut ins straw stack at Purley on Tuesday morning last. Mr. Edward Carter Parkinson was fore
April 24, 1880 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
SECOND SURREY RIFLES. REGIMENTAL ORDERS.

SECOND SURREY RIFLES. REGIMENTAL ORDERS.

Detail for the weck ending May Ist : Manual exercise and company drill st the usual places. Moncky D, Tuesday E, Wednesday A, and rhursdav B and F (Barracks), Monday C (Penge). Tuesday 0 (Crystal Palace), and Friday C 'Norwood.) Class Firing at Purley Range on Wednesday and Satu
April 24, 1880 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
WZDNESD tY.—Before T. R Eslridlge, Esq.

WZDNESD tY.—Before T. R Eslridlge, Esq.

tY.—Before T. R Eslridlge, Esq. James Pearce, a rag and bone collector, h no hone, was apprehended on a warrant, charged with deserting his wife and children, whereby they had become chargeable to the Common Fund of the Croydon Union, on the 29th March. Mr. McLeod, relieving offi
April 24, 1880 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
Lewis's, Outfitters, George Street, CROYDON, the Largest, most varied, and Cheapest Stock of Gent's Hosiery, Shirts, Gloves, Ties, and Scarves.

Lewis's, Outfitters, George Street, CROYDON, the Largest, most varied, and Cheapest Stock of Gent's Hosiery, Shirts, Gloves, Ties, and Scarves.

White long Cloth Shirts, Ss. 6d., 45., 4s. 6d., ss. 6d., 6s. 6d., 7s. 6d, cannot be surpassed. New Dep•artment—Felt Hats and Caps, direct from a large Manufacturer. Newest shapes at 2a. 6d., 3.4., Ss. 6d., 45., 4s. 6d., ss. 6d., to 7s. Bags, Portmanteaus, Trunks, Boxes, straps,
April 24, 1880 - Croydon Times - London, London, England
 
CORRBSPONDBNCB. – SUNDAY CLOSING OF PUBLIC HOUSES. To the Editor of the Croydon Times.

CORRBSPONDBNCB. – SUNDAY CLOSING OF PUBLIC HOUSES. To the Editor of the Croydon Times.

CORRBSPONDBNCB. - SUNDAY CLOSING OF PUBLIC HOUSES. To the Editor of the Croydon Times. SlR,—The committee of the Croydon Temperance Union being anxious to, at once, give effect to the resolution passed at the public meeting, Friday, have decided to hold a meeting on Tuesday eveni
May 15, 1880 - Croydon Times - London, London, England