N° 33 029
LONDON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1890
O n 16th April, at San Francisco, Cal., HATTY, wife
of FRANCIS HAY MOULTON, of twins, a son
O n the 2nd inst., ANNETTE GERVAIS, of a son.
O n the 28th May, at St. Stephen’s, Gloucester
Road, by Canon Monroe, Vicar of Wimbleton,
ARTHUR A. SANDERS, late Rector of Whimple,
Devon, to VERA BANNA, widow of COLONEL
O n the 29th March, 1890, at Melbourne, Australia,
WILLIAM FARD, aged 64.
O n the 30th May, NATHAN REVELL of Upper
Bedford Street, Russell Square, aged 52.
F UNERALS COBAY’S for FUNERALS.
F UNERALS by Clarence Robinson.
L ONDON NECROPOLIS, Brook-wood. Private
Station. Near Woking. 500 acres exquisitely
planted. Most beautiful cemetery in Europe:-50
minutes from private station, adjoining Waterloo.
Refreshment and retiring rooms. Cheap return tickets
on Sunday for visitors. Charges fixed by Parliament.
L ORD ASTLEY DENHAM will LECTURE
on Tuesday next, June 10, on “The Beneficial
Consequences of Sports and Hunting
Development of Character in Young Men of the
Empire, at BOODLE’S, 26, Stratton Street, NW.
7 5th WATERLOO ANNIVERSARY. — The
Times is pleased to announce a DINNER on
the occasion of the 75th Anniversary of the Battle
of Waterloo, Wednesday, June 18th, at the Langham
Hotel. Surviving participants in the WATERLOO
TONTINE will be guests of honour. Further
information is available at the Langham Hotel or at
The Times office.
W ATERLOO: Wed. 11:53 train. Lady who left
in taxi and waved, care to know gent, grey
K ONSTANTINE — “It is the bright day that
brings forth the adder.” —Botkin.
L OST, GENTLEMAN’S GOLD WATCH,
attached to a
lady’s gold chain between
Clerkenwell and Bloomsbury, Dec. 29. £10 REWARD.
Communicate T.B., 21, Ampton Street, WC.
D ANIEL WILLES, who was footman to the late
Mr. R.D. King in 1884, is requested to CALL
at once at the office of Mr. R. Aylward, Solicitor, 16,
Clifford’s inn, EC.