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Summary of Passing Events.

Summary of Passing Events.

SEVERAL officers have recently been despatched to the Cape, in response to an urgent appeal from the authorities, and it is pretty evident that more troops also will be required before peace is established. The latest intelligence from Cape Town, dated October 22ad, is to the ef
November 19, 1878 - Sydenham Times - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL MAYOR&

PROVINCIAL MAYOR&

The following gentlemen have been elected mayors during the ensuing year: Abingdon: Alderman William Ballard, fourth time ; Ashton-under-Lyme: Heginbottorn (C.); Pant ury : W. Edinur.ds (C.); Barnsley: B. Marshall (L.); Bentstaple : W. Avery (L.) ; Barrow-in-Furness: Alderman B.
November 19, 1878 - Sydenham Times - London, London, England
 
NOTICE. Registration of Births and Deaths. THE following are the times and places of attendance of Mr. EDWIN BAILEY, Re

NOTICE. Registration of Births and Deaths. THE following are the times and places of attendance of Mr. EDWIN BAILEY, Re

gi strar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages, for the substrict of Croydon. : Registrar's Office, Lansdowne Cottage, Lansdowne Road, Croydon, every Morning except Wednesday) from 9 to 11; every Evening (except Saturday) from 6 to 7.80. Peron : Parochial Office, every Tuesday and Fr
November 19, 1878 - Sydenham Times - London, London, England
 
SERIOUS CHARON AGAINST A CLEMI YMAIV.

SERIOUS CHARON AGAINST A CLEMI YMAIV.

The Rev. Rupert Turner, curate of St. Paul's, Deptford, who had been apprehended on a warrant, was charged before Mr. Patteson with indecently assaulting Fanny Kent, a girl between 11 and 12 years of age, the daughter of respectable parents residing at Deptford. The complainant,
March 9, 1869 - Sydenham Times - London, London, England
 
BROTHERLY LOVE.

BROTHERLY LOVE.

Gilbert Jenkins, 22, and Herman Jenkins, 19, brothers, dressed in the uniform of the merJantile navy, residing in Nelson-terrace, Lucy-road, Bermondsey, were charged, at the Southwark Police-court, with feloniously and maliciously firing pistols at each other, with intent to mur
March 9, 1869 - Sydenham Times - London, London, England
 
I.miNNIFA

I.miNNIFA

March 9, 1869 - Sydenham Times - London, London, England
 
STARVATION IN PARIS.

STARVATION IN PARIS.

A correspondent writing from Paris concludes his letter with the following startling statement:-1 began this letter by talking of the contrast of Parisian life I will end it by offering one to you. A strong argument against 31. Haussmann has been the terrible dearness of the nec
March 9, 1869 - Sydenham Times - London, London, England
 
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UTILISATION OF SEWAGE. The Towns Drainage and Sewage Utilisation Company has just held its first ordinary general meeting at the office, in Parliament-street, Sir W. Wiseman in the chair. A report was read by Mr. H. Dudley Cooper, which congratulated the company on having obtain
March 9, 1869 - Sydenham Times - London, London, England
 
DOBINSON,

DOBINSON,

UPHOLSTERER, FRENCH POLISHER And Calnset Maker, High Street, Sydenham. ALAR Stuck of Furniture fur GE Rout on Hire. H. BURTON, WATCH AND CLOCK NAHER, JEWELLER, ac., &0., 3 . PIINMARK TERRACE. ROAD, WEST KENT PARK, FOREST HILL; AM at 6, Bair= Fuca, tsourAN.
August 30, 1864 - Sydenham Times - London, London, England
 
a email place, instead of wiser "the lady superintendent" she saw a man who, finding that she wasted a situation

a email place, instead of wiser "the lady superintendent" she saw a man who, finding that she wasted a situation

at a baaaar, said he oould obtain one for her at once if she paid him Se. She paid him the amount had not obtained the sitasCoe, and now she understood that the man had gone away. She was of opinion that she had been defrauded out of her money.—li gentlensaa in oonrt said that h
August 30, 1864 - Sydenham Times - London, London, England