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FINANCE COMMITTEE.

FINANCE COMMITTEE.

Moorfelds Ward—Messrs Whitehead, Wittering, Lewis Stevens, Deakin. Church Wad—Messrs Bertin, Plester, Lacey, Owen, Hughes, Boyce. Ifoxton Ward—Messrs Bagley, Yarrow, Sarson, Taylor, T. Turner. Wenlock Ward—Messrs Fell, Brooks, Hanson, W. Stevens. Whitmore Ward—Messrs Freeman, Wa
June 1, 1867 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
THE JOLLY ANGLERS' AMATEUR MUSICAL SOCIETY.

THE JOLLY ANGLERS' AMATEUR MUSICAL SOCIETY.

There was an interesting meeting of about 70 members of this society on Tuesday evening, at the Jolly Anglers' Tavern, Bathstreet, City-road, the occasion being their eighth anniversary, which was celebrated by an excellent supper, served up in the most creditable style by the w
June 1, 1867 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
SAVINGS OF THE WORKING CLASSES.

SAVINGS OF THE WORKING CLASSES.

The Savings Bank return for 1866 shows the increasing transfer of accounts from the old savings banks to those which the Government has established at the post offices. At the close of the savings banks year ending November 20, 1861, there were 1,580,359 individual depositors in
June 1, 1867 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
To Cabinet Makers and others. "Wore Bros ') 19 7 Old Street-road 7 Shoreditch, and Viaduct Works, Aston Station, Birmingham,

To Cabinet Makers and others. "Wore Bros ') 19 7 Old Street-road 7 Shoreditch, and Viaduct Works, Aston Station, Birmingham,

Manufacturers of CASTORS, BRASS FOUNDRY, and all other articles suitable for Cabinet and Bedstead Makers, Upholsterers, Pianoforte Makers, &c. Having manufactured for the Trade for years, MoORE BRos., can offer a better class of Goods at considerably less cost than any other hou
June 1, 1867 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
A. YEATMAN, FAMILY AND DISPENSING CHEMIST, 7, BRUNSWICK PLACE, (a few Doors from the City-road.) many years in the City.

A. YEATMAN, FAMILY AND DISPENSING CHEMIST, 7, BRUNSWICK PLACE, (a few Doors from the City-road.) many years in the City.

Prescriptions carefully prepared on moderate terms. Drugs, Chemicals, and Pharmaceutical preparations of the best quality. Genuine patent Medicines. YEATMAN'S Aperient or Antibilious Pills (free from the least particle of Mercury or any of its preparations) are strongly recommen
June 1, 1867 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
SHA.YLER'S ITnited. Service Instantaneous Hair u Dye. For Softening and Dyeing Permanently. I nd with Certainty, the Human Hair, Black

SHA.YLER'S ITnited. Service Instantaneous Hair u Dye. For Softening and Dyeing Permanently. I nd with Certainty, the Human Hair, Black

or Brown, easily applied. Preferred by all opex taw s, and superseding every other dye. In cases, of Shayler, at the Depot, 82, St. Joh! Street Road, near the Angel, Islington. Bd., 45., 45., 108.6 d. By post, is. extra.
June 1, 1867 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
CHARLES DRUCE, TAILOR, 47, Bishopsgate Street Within, E.O PRICES: FROCK COAT £2 5 0 DRESS „ VEST OlO 6 BLACK

CHARLES DRUCE, TAILOR, 47, Bishopsgate Street Within, E.O PRICES: FROCK COAT £2 5 0 DRESS „ VEST OlO 6 BLACK

TROUSERS SCOTCH CHEVIOT TROUSERS from 14s. And all other goods equally low. INVERNESS CAPES from 30$ each. Goods thoroughly shrunk, and each article warrante of the best cut and manufacture. A Trial is Respectfully Solicited.
June 1, 1867 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
SRGARS

SRGARS

List o: TEAS Good Family Tea Fine Pekoe Cougou Fine Full-flavoured ditto Very Best Mixed Good Sweetening Sugar 3d Fine Quality 2 Crystalized. Sparkling Lump SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF! YOUNG'S GREAT CLEARANCE SALE. Previous to extensive alterations and enlargement of Premises at 2
August 3, 1867 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
HORRIBLE AFFAIR AT LIMEHOITSE.

HORRIBLE AFFAIR AT LIMEHOITSE.

A horrible affair has just at Limehouse, and we shall briefly relate the sad and simple story. Some two years ago, there resided at Liverpool a working man's family of the name of Oakes. Father work fell short, or private trouble broke up the home ; the father, an engineer by tr
August 3, 1867 - North London Record - London, London, England
 
Preliminary. One of the most important Wine and Spirit Establishments in London, claiming precedence for Position and Lucrative Returns situate

Preliminary. One of the most important Wine and Spirit Establishments in London, claiming precedence for Position and Lucrative Returns situate

in that immense thoroughfare, and adjoining Agricultural Hall, Upper-street, Islington. Mr. Leah will Sell by Auction (pursuant to instructions from Mr Geo. Lindford, the proprietor), at Masons' Hall, Masons'-avenue, Basinghall-street, City, on Wednesday, Aug. 28, at 1, (unless
August 3, 1867 - North London Record - London, London, England