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Alexandra Palace.

Alexandra Palace.

Tin Alexandra Palace and the Norwich Union Insurance Company.—ln the Court of Exchequer, the action brought by the Alexandra Palace directors against the Norwich Union Fire Insurance Company, came before the Lord Chief Baron and Barons Pollock and Amphlett. It was brought to rec
May 16, 1874 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
Election of Vestrymen for St. George the Martyr.

Election of Vestrymen for St. George the Martyr.

A MEETING of the parishioners of the parish of St. George the Martyr, Holborn, was, held on Tuesday evening for the purpose of eleeting- Vestrymen and Auditors. Mr. Churchwarden Francis Wilson occupied the . chair. 'The - re was a large- attendance, and from certain symptoms it
May 16, 1874 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
J. H. ABBOTT & CO,

J. H. ABBOTT & CO,

(From Messrs. BROADWOODS') PIANOFORTE DESK & MUSIC STAND MANUFACTURERS TO THE TRADE. IA DEAR'S PLACE, PANCRAS ROAD. Established 1854. Mr. D. EVANS 3 AUCTIONEER, VALUER, ESTATE & BUSINESS AGENT, 56, High Street, Camden Town. Estates Managed. Sales by Auction at Fixed Charges. Bus
May 16, 1874 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
THE WORKS COMMITTEE.

THE WORKS COMMITTEE.

A report was read of the business done by the Works Committee during _the past year (which will be found in another column). The report having been adopted, Mr. Joseph Salter paid a high tribute to the efficiency of the work of the Committee, and the merits of the chairman, Mr.
May 16, 1874 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
Holborn Guardians.

Holborn Guardians.

THIS Board met on Wednesday evening at the Clerkenwell Vestry-hall, Mr. Lawrence in the chair, and present, Messrs. Standring - , Cohen, Pedder, Mence, Hopkins, Clitherow, Abrahams, Cornwell, Pask, Callow, Salmon, Emms, Patten, 'Cottrell, Wellbeloved, Walker, Ross, Del,vsnap, Le
May 16, 1874 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
Literary Notices.

Literary Notices.

THE FAMILY FRIEND AND BRITISH WORKMAN.—(Partridge and Co., 9, Paternosterrow.) The September number of the former of these periodicals contains a very interesting tale," The Mother's Resolve," well illustrated. Also an interesting article on the invention of printing. The second
September 5, 1874 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
QUARRELSOME LODGERS.

QUARRELSOME LODGERS.

AT Clerkenwell, Mary Ann Sharpe, of 5, Old Goldington-street, St. Pancras, was summoned for assaulting Mary Ann Myerson. M r . J o h n . Wakeling, solicitor, appeared for the defendant. The complainant stated she was a lodger in the same house as defendant.. On August i4th the d
September 5, 1874 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
PROVISION AGAINST AN EPIDEMIC.

PROVISION AGAINST AN EPIDEMIC.

The Sanitary Committee brought up a report, stating that they had had under consideration the desirableness of continuing the maintenance of the Temporary Hospital; and that being of opinion that the structure had answered the purpose for which it was built, and there did not ap
September 5, 1874 - North Londoner - London, London, England
 
Special Agents:—

Special Agents:—

.r Mr. FILCHER, 144 Gray's Inn-road. „ CHANNING, 44 H an d- court, Hol b orn. „ CHATTERTON, s 2 Drummond-crescent. „ BRIEN, .26 Edward -street, Shepherdess walk. SWAYNE, Hornsey. „ BORRETT • If „ NASti, Commerce-road, Wood G reen . • „ CLARK, opposite Bruce-grove, Tottenham:. •
September 5, 1874 - North Londoner - London, London, England