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SURREY ESTATE OFFICES, 2, HAMPTON STREET, WALWORTH ROAD, (Near Elephant and Castle), MR. THOMAS T. TRILL, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, & ESTATE

SURREY ESTATE OFFICES, 2, HAMPTON STREET, WALWORTH ROAD, (Near Elephant and Castle), MR. THOMAS T. TRILL, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, & ESTATE

AGENT. NOW ON SALE.—Some Genuine PUBLIC HOUSES, BEER HOUSES, and every other class of business. Fell Particulars on Application. Agent for the County and British Equitable Fire and Life Assurance Offices. Stout and Wine Stores—Newiugton Cash £250 „ „ Camber well— „ 200 Walworth
15 June 1867 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
dnwthadiMhugA-noto; and once, through their association, to meet their men, in order to settle all labour question! by the adoption

dnwthadiMhugA-noto; and once, through their association, to meet their men, in order to settle all labour question! by the adoption

of trade rule* - and, in ease of j difference arising, they were willing to adopt a system of arbitration. The news spread like wildfire through the town, and at the head-quarters of the men on strike it was received with loud and long-continued cheering. The telegraph speedily
28 January 1865 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
Oue Coebmpokdkcc —Of 642,824,618 Mtai Minna la 1863 in tb« United Kingdom, 161,000,000, or nry nnrir oon-fomrth, wvr* Minnd tbnnMtropoliten

Oue Coebmpokdkcc —Of 642,824,618 Mtai Minna la 1863 in tb« United Kingdom, 161,000,000, or nry nnrir oon-fomrth, wvr* Minnd tbnnMtropoliten

Th* chtel Enrifah prariaetel towns csatrfbatod to tos gmwnl total letters dsllnrad as .-Bath 4,031,014; Osatorbnry, 1,260,«4*; Cwdiff, 1 CariUls, 2,159,027; Cbstbam mad Roebsstsr, 2,159,027; OhsitenhM, 2,448,779; Chaster, 1,912,604; Colehaslar, 1,4 : Corsntrr, 1,160,526; Darling
28 January 1865 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
1»e ■arlal Mdlfce Cfcer«ee a*alwt Mr. M. Tmjtmr. Thiraßr 11 in*~[~ th* •djouraed 1d» tl» '■ gmmm Tk> BMttor wm

1»e ■arlal Mdlfce Cfcer«ee a*alwt Mr. M. Tmjtmr. Thiraßr 11 in*~[~ th* •djouraed 1d» tl» '■ gmmm Tk> BMttor wm

goM partly iota apoa tha brt martiaa; bat at thaitliaa it waa danHdbat jart to Mr. Taylor, tbit tha ooaaidantioa tba roattar which baa aseMad ao mneh In fiat ia tha pariah for aararalmoatha part, ahaaM ha jpoatpoaad foraapeeial maetiag, aa waa niifcitnnil that tha ■Dbjeetwoaldth
28 January 1865 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
TUBIFULES OH THE SOUTH SIDE

TUBIFULES OH THE SOUTH SIDE

We observe that at the last meeting of the Camberwell Vestry, they appointed deputation to cooperate with Mr. Bradfield, the agent of the London General Omnibus Company, in opposing the new Tnrnpike Trust Bill. The real object is, as Mr. Goad said, to sweep away the toll-gates o
28 January 1865 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
SYDENHAM.

SYDENHAM.

The total ntimber of visitors to the Crystal Palace from Saturday the 21st to Friday the 27th, indoaiTe, was 10,554. On Wednesday, the engine of the train leaving Croydon for Victoria at 8.10 a.m. broke down when entering the Crystal Paloae Station, and caused much delay to the
28 January 1865 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
LETTERS.* POISONING 1 Ms. Editob,— Although there is much examined discussed the annuel gatherings of the Science Association, which has

LETTERS.* POISONING 1 Ms. Editob,— Although there is much examined discussed the annuel gatherings of the Science Association, which has

little Tslne {or this world or any other, there also mn6 h of the highest possible importance for all daoesof people who take any interest either ft* own well-being or the well-being their Mfehbonrs. This will understood when it gMawin mind how various the lives and duties of mb
14 October 1865 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
W Mistakk sir Paott. A J > * * r M ««MMIaMMt hftTVteßMMd UadMorownMMt lb 101 <m to m muSjud—«

W Mistakk sir Paott. A J > * * r M ««MMIaMMt hftTVteßMMd UadMorownMMt lb 101 <m to m muSjud—«

dhtMDM off MM foar «r alk>—«m * wS nachad, the ooffla ra« re ov«d Um —rr •ad alowly oanted iato tha baryi (copad. Um MtoniatoMt o( |Mrty «aa baliaagiMA vkaotr Tfo idthatßo mrahadbMadi. had nad* slight miataka -{hay bad tha wroag burying ground. wMcvaatad whaa thnUundo-wsa fully
14 October 1865 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
SHB fiCHTia tX)KI>O» P&SfiS, SrtnixUqr. October 14, IMS.

SHB fiCHTia tX)KI>O» P&SfiS, SrtnixUqr. October 14, IMS.

fiCHTia tX)KI>O» P&SfiS, SrtnixUqr. October 14, IMS. by nun in •ca flrot-cIoM eontegM. Ob •niTOI of the train at Sydenham, witneu epoke to the yoaag lady, and <M«ndantwaa pointed ont the next compartaneat. The gaatteman who waa aitting with the Udy told him anliaa wltiteaa report
14 October 1865 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
Flour, Free from Adulteration. CULLEN & CO., Millers, Corn and Coal , Merchants, Clapham-road. Prices at Floor from the Steam

Flour, Free from Adulteration. CULLEN & CO., Millers, Corn and Coal , Merchants, Clapham-road. Prices at Floor from the Steam

Mills, Wisbeach. Beat Sacoode, 7s. Sd. per bushel; iloest Hooseholds, 8e 4d.; sopertlne Whites, 9s. td. NR—To Gentlemea Horses Foraged by Contract; thereby eOecting great saving in their keep. Agents tor the Ecklngton Silkatone Coal, 23a per Ton. Cash.
14 October 1865 - South London Press - London, London, England