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The Children are Dead:"

The Children are Dead:"

"But there's no doubt about that, is there?" "Yes. We have made every inquiry, and in our opinion the whole affair is a hoax.' Further questions elicited the fact that the police are still looking for the bull and the "dead" children. They will have to look, for the tale itself,
October 20, 1900 - Finchley Press - London, London, England
 
Hornsey School Board Cases.

Hornsey School Board Cases.

The following parents were summoned in respect of the irregular attendance of their children :—Fred Buckingham, for Nellie; E. Seymour, for William; Fred Bishop, for son Fred ; Edmund Powell, for Jan; Henry Russell, for Harold; and F. Draper, for Frank. The two first-named defen
October 20, 1900 - Finchley Press - London, London, England
 
MUSWELL HILL.

MUSWELL HILL.

FREEHOLD, Modern Detached RESIDENCE for Sale, with Excellently built. Four good bedrooms, bathroom, 3 reception rooms, and convenient domestic offices.—Apply to I'. L. GLENDENNING, Lyndhurst, Muswell-avenue. Muswell Hill, N. WHY waste money in rent? Send postcard, mentioning thi
October 20, 1900 - Finchley Press - London, London, England
 
The Press for Finchley, Mnswell Hill, Highgate, Whetstone, Mill Edgware,

The Press for Finchley, Mnswell Hill, Highgate, Whetstone, Mill Edgware,

October 20, 1900 - Finchley Press - London, London, England
 
TO THE ELECTORS OF THE HORNSEY DIVISION OF MIDDLESEX.

TO THE ELECTORS OF THE HORNSEY DIVISION OF MIDDLESEX.

GENTLIMEN, MY duty to you requires to explain why I have been unable to accept the flattering and unanimous invitation I received from the ot the Hornsey Conservative Association te become the Candidate of the Unionist Party for the Hornsey Division of Middlesex. It is well know
October 20, 1900 - Finchley Press - London, London, England
 
FOOTBALL. Finchley v. Greenwich Town.

FOOTBALL. Finchley v. Greenwich Town.

On Saturday last, Finchley journeyed to Greenwich to play the team of the town. The game was played on the ground just outside Maze Hill railway station; previously the ground of the Royal Ordinance Corp. Peter Hunter being unable to play, the Finchley team lined up as follows :
October 20, 1900 - Finchley Press - London, London, England
 
lauswell Hill Res. v. Cowley Athletic Res. FL/WHIM' LEAGUR.

lauswell Hill Res. v. Cowley Athletic Res. FL/WHIM' LEAGUR.

This match was played at Hornsey, and a onesided game ended in a win for homesters by 5 to nil. Morris stored all the goals. The home team was ;—Mmeintosh ; K. Kirkwood and Chapman ; Fraser, Warboys and Corbel' ; Turner, Bolger, Morris, J. Kirkwood and Stovkley. Huswell Hill "A"
October 20, 1900 - Finchley Press - London, London, England
 
ritet 113ttoo FOE

ritet 113ttoo FOE

Finchley, Muswell Hill, Highgate, Whetstone, Mill Hill, Edgware, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1900.
April 21, 1900 - Finchley Press - London, London, England
 
COURT NEWS. Disorder at North Pinchley.

COURT NEWS. Disorder at North Pinchley.

George Lines, aged 40, blacksmith, of Lodgelane, North Finchley, was charged with being drunk and disorderly and with using obscene language in High-street, North Finchley. P.-c. Jones, 582 S, was requested to eject the _ _ prisoner from the" Torrington Arms" it 12.30 on Tuesday
April 21, 1900 - Finchley Press - London, London, England
 
PHOTOGRAPHS

PHOTOGRAPHS

" Free Press" Office. Including WAR PICTURES FROM THE FRONT BY Messrs. MASKELYNE and COOK (From the Egyptian Hall, London.) Also a String Quartett and Musical Sketches Mr. & Mrs. ELLIOTT WINN Will be given in the above Hall on THURSDAY, APRIL 26th, 1900. Under the auspices of th
April 21, 1900 - Finchley Press - London, London, England