N° 32 671
LONDON, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1889
O n the 9th inst., the wife of EDWARD ARNOTT
CLOWES, of twin girls, stillborn.
O n the 10th April, at East London, South Africa,
the wife of JEREMY OLIVER FLINT, of a son.
O n the 10th inst., at Holy Trinity Church, Kilburn,
by the Rev. Reginald Reagan, THOMAS JOYCE
of great Yarmouth, to MARY ANN, elder daughter of
JOHN FAITH, of Kilburn.
A t Park Church, Highbury London, EGLINGTOUN
WALLIS, son of J.B. FRANCIS, Hartford, to
MARGARET FISHER, daughter of ROBERT WALES,
Stoke Newington, London.
O n the 27th March, at Hongkong, of fever,
EDMUND NORTON WIGHT, of Sheffield,
aged 29. Australian papers, please copy.
O n the 9th inst., after a long illness, at 3, Tyrwhite
Road, Brockley, the beloved wife of JOSEPH W
HITFIELD, Esq., R.N.
O n the 10th April, at Dear, from an accident whilst
bathing, REST WILLIAM FLINT, Town Clerk
of the City of Canterbury, aged 49 years.
CAUTIONS AND NOTICES
C AUTION— BRAND and Co.’s ESSENCE of
BEEF, Turtle Soup, and other specialities for
invalids. Beware of imitations. No connexion with any
other establishment. Sole address 11, Little Stan-hope
Street, Mayfair, W. Est. 1835.
N OTICE.— To American Visitors
HENRIETTA CLOTH, extra quality, price 12s.
6d. per yard. Faithfully recommended COBAY’S,
Great Portland, London.
N OTICE.— MINTON’S CHINA - A visit to
Messrs. MARLOWE’S depot in North Audley
Street will at once show the immense superiority
of their collection, both as regards taste, extent, and
lowness of price.
France in January, 1889, leaving property.
COMMUNICATE with Messrs. Napolean. Argyle,
and Co., Solicitors to the French Consulate, Paris.
L ady, spending summer in Germany and Italy,
wishes to meet another who would JOIN her.
Economy considered — Miss Wood, the Grange,
T HE INDIGENT BLIND VISITING SOCIETY
(founded 1834) The Secretary gratefully
ACKNOWLEDGES the RECE