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PULPIT & PUBLIC REFERENCES.

PULPIT & PUBLIC REFERENCES.

PULPIT PUBLIC REFERENCES. A few hour 3 after the sad news of tho death of King Edward was known Mr. C. Edgar Lewis was holding inquest at Ford-end, Great Waltham, and before beginning his sad duties said would take that opportunity of publicly expressing his heartfelt sympathy wi
13 May 1910 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
KING EDWARD VD. REFERENCES ESSEX. Continued from Page At the Parish Church on Sunday morning there was large congregation, including

KING EDWARD VD. REFERENCES ESSEX. Continued from Page At the Parish Church on Sunday morning there was large congregation, including

the Chairuiau and Vice-chairman ©f the Urban Council, and practically all in the congregation were dressed in mourning. Before commencing the sermon, the curatein-charge, the Key. H. Jordan, asked the people remain standing while he addressed them on the irreparable loss sustain
13 May 1910 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
YOUNG GENTLEMAN'S SAD END.

YOUNG GENTLEMAN'S SAD END.

FATALITY NEAR DU2iiIOW. Mr. Cyril James Martin, younger son Mr. and Mrs. John Mai tin, of .North End Place. Great met with sad and untimely death on night of May 5. cycled to fetch his father's bicycle, and while riding his own and leading the other he was seized with epileptic
13 May 1910 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
ESSEX PETTY SESSIONS.

ESSEX PETTY SESSIONS.

BILLERICAY, Before E. T. Mashiter, Esq. (chairman); Col. H. Kemble ; T. W. Bacon. A. Jones, A. Ellis, S. Gambler Parry, and B. Johnson, Esqrs. David Hagger, a cowman, of Wickford, for and disorderly Wickford, was fined us. and costs 4s. —P.c. Sparked stated the case. For keeping
13 May 1910 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
BRENTWOOD WAKING UP.

BRENTWOOD WAKING UP.

MOTOR ENTERPRISE. In these days of the swift motor and the fleeting aeroplane, the town which lags behind in the provision of these means locomotion itself gets left in the rear. We have pleasure, therefore, in noting that some spirited people Brentwood have determined that that
13 May 1910 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
WALTHAMSTOW.

WALTHAMSTOW.

THE REV. Marsh stree; Congregational Church, has accepted the pastorate Abbey-road, Torquay.
13 May 1910 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
POOR LAW REFORM.

POOR LAW REFORM.

ROMFORD GUARDIANS DISAPPROVE Yesterday, the Romford Board of Guardians, at a special meeting, speut tour hours iu discussing matters arising out of .Royal Commission 011 the Poor Laws. L.G.B. forwarded circular respecting the administration of out-door relief, the opinion tho Co
13 May 1910 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
BARGES IN DIFFICULTIES.

BARGES IN DIFFICULTIES.

BARGES DIFFICULTIES. The barge Isabella, belonging to Mr. Charles Murrell, of London., and laden with London manure, for conveyance to Deal Farm, Btirnham, got into difficulties in the River Crouch early yesterday in consequence of the heavy wind. She brought up at the mouth of t
13 May 1910 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
SAFFRON WALDEN.

SAFFRON WALDEN.

ARTHUR PET 11, scholar at Saffron Walden Grammar School, has just died the Hospital, aged 10. He caught a chill, and complications ensued, which proved fatal.
13 May 1910 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
CHELMSFORD.

CHELMSFORD.

Industrial School Gifts. Tennis balls, from Mr. Collingwood Hope, K.C., J.P., Hatfield Peverei bound magazines, Mr. R. J. Shoobridge. The Chelmsford Traders' Association have agreed to keep shops open next Wednesday until seven p.m., but to close on Friday. The market will be he
13 May 1910 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England