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GREYFRIARS'

GREYFRIARS'

Church had been ruust tastefully decorated for Christmas Day by Mr. G. Phippeu. The vicar, the Rev. S. 11. Soole, preached to the twilling. A service was couducted by the Rev. A. liabhingtou in the Greyfriars Mission Room, North-street, in the evettiug.
January 2, 1891 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
FOOTBALL

FOOTBALL

BEMS AND BUCKS JUNIOR CHALLENGE CUP Weather permitting, the ties in the third round of the competition for th,i above named cup, will be played on January 10th. They were originally set for decision on Saturday. Derember 20th but were postponed owing to the ground being under sn
January 2, 1891 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
PROFESSOR LANT CARPIUiTER'S SUICIDE.

PROFESSOR LANT CARPIUiTER'S SUICIDE.

Professor William - ia - M - Cerp enter week committed suicide at his residence at Harlem:len, one of the suburbs of London, under very distressing It is stated that for some time pain ha had shown signs of failing mental power, and he bad been under the care of an attendant. La
January 2, 1891 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S. EAST FIELDS.

ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S. EAST FIELDS.

The Christmas services at this little church were of a hearty clianuter. Thu service at II a.m. on Christmas Day was fully choral. In the a carol service was held, which was well attended. The anthem, "Sing, 0 Heavens," by Clare, was sung in an excellent manner by the choir; and
January 2, 1891 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
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January 2, 1891 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
ANNUAL SALE. GREAT BARGAINS IN UMBRELLAS, WALKING STICKS, RE-COVERINGS ; REPAIRS, GENTS' TIES, COLLARS, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, (ST., FOR A FEW

ANNUAL SALE. GREAT BARGAINS IN UMBRELLAS, WALKING STICKS, RE-COVERINGS ; REPAIRS, GENTS' TIES, COLLARS, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, (ST., FOR A FEW

WEEKS, ONLY, COMMENCINC SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13m; 1890, AT • F. It; 't..IMITIPS, UMBRELLA MANUFACTURER, HOSIER, &C., 68 8, 69, BROAD STREBT; READING.
January 2, 1891 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
MRS. WHITE, CIIIIRCH STREET, KINTBURY, to THANK the Nobility, and Others for the kind patronege sem.e*d to her Late Husband,

MRS. WHITE, CIIIIRCH STREET, KINTBURY, to THANK the Nobility, and Others for the kind patronege sem.e*d to her Late Husband,

Mr. F. H. WHITE, BUTCHKR. She desires to state that with tbeir support (which she respectfully solicits) the Business will be continued, sad every made to supply in the future the muse quality of meat as has been supplied in the past. All orders will haws bar prompt careful atte
January 2, 1891 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
CID P.T.4

CID P.T.4

January 2, 1891 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
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.. , email& Lifter ' POLICE COURT WF.DNE.SDAY. A hoy a s•ned Alfred briar in Monat•strad. Woe bef.re the Borough Alt stealtse a dageotet. value 21. i b roperty of NatbanisC au w m v. .—Alter harms Yhesitlnotesert (Mr. D. assn. W. B. H. 14 13 , .aody_,a charged prisoner .iith a em
January 2, 1891 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
OUR LONDON• LETTER.

OUR LONDON• LETTER.

Although it is bounden duty to hate the cri;t of murC( - there is no reason why we not spare a little pity for the umderer, esp., when it is a woman. Mrs. Pearsey pity, however, from the s lo ridni t of Lotslou, though it is not true that t hoist. , n. f the grucem:e black flag
January 2, 1891 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England