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Subject: The Norfolk Chronicle and Norwich Gazette January 11th 1902 - page 10
Date: Sun, 31 Aug 2003 19:32:12 +0100
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Clowes & Nash, Bank Chambers, Norwich for furnished and unfurnished
residences and weekly sale at their Mart opposite the Shirehall Tavern.
Bacon & Sons, auctions at Norwich, Attleborough, East Dereham and Lynn
Charles Hawkins hold s a weekly sale at Lynn Cattle Market every Tuesday
Ireland's hold a stock sale every Saturday at the Norwich Hill Auction Mart
and on Wednesday's at Reepham, Fridays at Holt, also a stock sale at Old
Hall Farm, Barney in respect of Messrs LOWN and TAIT who are dissolving
Salter, Simpson and Sons holding a stock sale at Attleborough
George SILLEM of Messrs Sewell, Barnes and Brereton of Long Stratton are
auctioning a reversionary interest on an estate receivable on the death of a
lady aged 60
W. Bruce will auction on the premises of the late Mr R TUDDENHAM, all the
Builders Stock-in-trade on 4th February 1902
Norwich Bankruptcy Court before Mr Registrar COOKE
Hubert Humphrey GILBERT, farmer, of Redcliffe Street, Redcliffe Square,
lately residing at Cromer and Bergh Apton.
Hannah Maria READWIN, harness-maker of Fakenham. Told court she had been
trading since January 1899, when she succeeded to the business on the death
of her husband.
Alfred FROST, grocer and provision merchant of Fakenham, he took business in
in 1885 on the death of his father.
Royal AUGOOD, fruiterer of 10 Upper Goat-lane and Brunswick Road.
E Company, 3rd V.B. Norfolk Regiment had a distribution of prizes for last
year. Sgt DEWING won the African Challenge Cup, Pte WOODHOUSE came second.
Sgt DEWING also commanded the section taking a prize for collective firing.
Sgt HARVEY won the marksmen's prize. Donors included General E BULWER
K.C.B., J GAY, S BURCHAM, C A HAMMOND, W E NORRIS, the Rev Meyrick JONES, C
H KENDREW, Capt KENNEDY, E V PERRY, the Revs W ELWIN, B J ARMSTRONG and C E
UNIONIST GATHERING IN NORWICH
Inaugural dinner for the new president of the Norwich and Norfolk
Conservative Club, H M UPCHER at the club room. The caterer was W GRIX of
the Orford Arms Hotel. It was arranged by the secretary, T H DUNMORE. On
the cross table were: Sir Samuel HOARE Bart MP, Sir Harry BULLARD MP, Major
E St C PEMBERTON, Capt KENNEDY, Edward WILD, G H MORSE, S J G HOARE, H H
BULLARD, H S ROBINSON, C E MURIEL, Dr LONG, B BURTON and S WAINWRIGHT.
Other members present were: Dr ANDREWS, Messrs G S HOTBLACK, Ernest BULLARD,
D G F GAUL, D HAVERS, T H DUNMORE, H R CULLEY, G P WARREN, J L N BARNARD, T
HARDIE, G CUBITT, W MOORE, H G BROWNE, F T MILLER, J W LEMON, D H WILLS, W G
NEAVE, J PLAYFORD, O BOWHILL, T A COBBALD, C L GEORGE, W SPINKS, J BAKER, G
HOLMES, C L PAGE, G BROWNE, G F PARKER, S L SEMMENCE, A L LITTLEBOY, J
COSSEY, C J HORNOR, J MACKLEY, E SEPPINGS, J H STUBINGS, G S TINKLER, J W
SPRATT, F NEWMAN, T M BACON, R BALLS, E P GILBERT, J W HOWARD and J CALVER.
Apologies were received from Lord HASTINGS, the Hon A E FELLOWES MP, Sir
Alfred JODRELL, Sir Charles GILMAN, his Honour Judge WILD, Mr G M
CHAMBERLIN, Mr E MANN, Mr F T S RIPPINGALL, Mr J J DAWSON PAUL and Mr E J
CALEY. Mr UPCHER's speech included the statement that there were 4000 or
5000 Norfolk men fighting at the present time in South Africa. During the
dinner they were entertained by HOWLETT's orchestral band with singers,
Messrs Stafford HALL, Walter STANFORD, Geoffrey HART and William SMITH.
Robert RUDD was severely wounded in the arm while out shooting by the
accidental discharge of his gun.
Mr WARD presided at the Parish Council in the absence of the chairman at
Hall-farm. Norwich Corporation had offered the use of a fire engine for #4
per annum. Decision deferred till next week when the opinion of the Chairman
could be heard.
100 Sunday school children received a present from the Rector and Mrs Pitt.
Arthur WILSON who had recently returned from South Africa was present.
The Rector and Mrs QUENTIN gave 100 Sunday School children a treat in the
Penny readings were held in the school room. The performers were the rector,
the Rev A J HUNTER, Miss HURN, Miss SPRINGALL, Mr LONG, Mr H M HUNTER, Mr E
M WEBB, Mr L BRAIN, Mr H MITCHELL and others.
Mr and Mrs E Beauchamp of Elderton lodge gave a dinner and entertainment for
about 200 inhabitants of Thorpe Market and Gunton.
In the absence of the vicar, the Rev J WYNNE DAVIES, the Rev John HUNT
(Little Dunham) conducted and preached at last Sunday's evening service, and
made allusions to the death of the vicar's father, the late Rev D DAVIES
Sir Edmund and Lady NUGENT entertained the whole of the villagers at the
Hall, with music and an exhibition of moving pictures with the
cinematograph. Mr J LOCK called for cheers for Sir Edmund and Lady NUGENT
and the Misses NUGENT.
The Unionist agent for South Norfolk (Mr F G PYNE) gave a lantern lecture on
the colonial tour of the Prince and Princess of Wales. Mr Walter S BACON
presided. In addition to upward of 200 slides, the programme included an
exhibition of living pictures, and songs by Mrs PYNE. Miss LONG was
New Year Dinners to the Norwich Railway Staffs
The Editors of the Norfolk Chronicle and Eastern Daily Press, as hon.
secretaries to the fund, acknowledge, with thanks, the following
# s d
Amount of subscriptions previously acknowledged130 13
Messrs Beare and Sons 1 1
Messrs F W Harmer and Co 1 1
Captain HEAVISIDE 1 1
Messrs A Bunting and Co 1 1
Mr C L BUXTON 1
"Cromer" 7 6
Mr R TIDMAN 5
Messrs Robertson and Colman 5
Messrs Davey and Co 6
Total 136 19 6
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