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DOMESTIC SERVANTS.

DOMESTIC SERVANTS.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD. Sir, — Now that the Early-closing Movement is being agitated amongst shopkeepers and their assistants, I wish you would allow your widely circulating paper to aid the grievances of Servants. lam housemaid in a gentleman's family, and I am only allo
November 21, 1881 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
CONSERVATISM IN SURREY.

CONSERVATISM IN SURREY.

The annual dinner of the Dulwich and Cam- berwell Conservative Association took place on Satur- day evenipg at the Greyhound, Dulwich. — Mr. Edward C_All__, 0.C., At. P., presided. Lord ?? in responding for the House of Lords, alluded to the cheering signs of Conservative reacti
November 21, 1881 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
M. GAMBETTA AND THE.OPPOSITION.

M. GAMBETTA AND THE.OPPOSITION.

M. GAMBETTA AND THE OPPOSITION. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) TABIS, Sunday Night. The Senate yesterday took a practical means of showing its sense of M. Paul Bert's appoint- ment and M. Gambetta's proposal for revising the mode of electing Senators at present in force. A Life Senato
November 21, 1881 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
BIRTHS. ~ a * * - '

BIRTHS. ~ a * * - '

BIRTHS. ~° a * * - ' • PopJ**». Johoaae*- bjrs. lb- w.fe ai Mayor &r WilUosa fiobert Cbdriagtoo, • *onfIZ.CATC. the ISeh Sfsy. •. Aylmer-road. park. KbepAeid'* Buab. tb« wife of Cecil Felgnte. of dsugMcr. -On (A* ISA Key. 145. Glonrooter-raod, Kcgeiaftoo, Fraok oad EdyJto OiaitTi
May 16, 1908 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
PREACHERS FOR TO-MORROW

PREACHERS FOR TO-MORROW

■arETROPOLITAX TABERNACLE, Newinfton. It! S.E. —Preacher lor To-morrow. Pastor ARCHIBALD C. BROWN, at U.O and 6.30. THE TUFISTIC CHURCH, (opposito St. Jamca’s Chorrb. Piccadilly. W.l.—Rev. CHARLES VOYSKY. 8.A.. will PREACH TO-MORROW t*:i-e. IfiorntD* aohjcct: Coda Reeelafon the
May 16, 1908 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
ORDER RESCINDING ORDERS MADE ON APPLICATIONS FOR DISCHARGE.

ORDER RESCINDING ORDERS MADE ON APPLICATIONS FOR DISCHARGE.

Mirtl'ld. port M»?vh II; u> file annual aorooet jnromr. purviairt to Cb-xliMonal Order Discharfe. Dea l-urr.—Parker. Alk«on. Batley. >rooaio:-««r, MarrJi II; file annual «>f property and moetno, pu'Buart to Order Diarharte. D®-*vbury.—R*m»deo. Nathan Oliver, Park-aQoarn. o*<e't.
May 16, 1908 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
I'OREIGN ARRIVALS.

I'OREIGN ARRIVALS.

ALBANY—May 15, CbrngaD Br*d. Cl/»k. ALKXANDBiA-Jtey 14. CMlb Pnace. hj run Co«»t. BAHIA ULANCA-J4»y 14. ltork«oo. Newport. BOMBAY—Moy 15, bioopeiv, Aufwerp «oa k'ftlßOUtb. BBLMEN-Mv 14. Mcowtea. litoUk. _ BUKNOS AYIiKB-Mv lSTl'dertM, Ball. CALCUTTA—)Uy 16, Borcoirk, kiosiburf; M
May 16, 1908 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. ACCESS TO MOUNTAINS A SCOTTISH MEASURE. MENACE,TO SPORTING LANDS. .SECOND READING CARRIED. WESTMINSTER. Friday Evening. The MinisGerialiNta cot

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. ACCESS TO MOUNTAINS A SCOTTISH MEASURE. MENACE,TO SPORTING LANDS. .SECOND READING CARRIED. WESTMINSTER. Friday Evening. The MinisGerialiNta cot

it into their heads that had aou North Sbropj.liire. they turned up in unuaual force for Friday noon in order to have a cheer the expense of Opposition—who have been Iravimr most the cheering I»te. But jut.t before lunch Mr. Pike Pease, one the Unionist- Whips. His chubby counte
May 16, 1908 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TUK STATK OF JAMAICA,

TUK STATK OF JAMAICA,

TUK STATK JAMAICA, riM Sydney Olivier. of Jamaica riveting the executive the West. India Committee IVirsday afternoon. Luhlwick presklmg. when various matters affecting '' the were dueussed. Regard ng the adfumistration relief fund Jamaica, s*.d that this had been most carefully
May 16, 1908 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
BIRD LIFE IN RICHMOND PARK.

BIRD LIFE IN RICHMOND PARK.

Numbers of mlot«rls, firc-Uiis, maj now soeu in Richmond Ps’k. (Several pairs theae beautitul and irrieresling raigmtita nest cnnually in the hollow trunks of the old hawthorns, for whiih the park is noted. A pair yellow wagtails have -it«o bc/'!i observed iu the Pea Ponds quite
May 16, 1908 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England