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25 matches for George Berneye in the British Newspaper Archive

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West London Observer

West London Observer London, England

11 Aug 1911

II.: L. Merton, Twynholm: M. Bloomfield. St. Matthews. Fulham. Heat III.; M. Davies, Twynholm; Ivy Berneye, St. Matthew’s, Fulham. Final; 1, Ivy Berneye; 2. D. Crosier; 2, M. Davies. Girls 110 yards (under 14).— Best 1.: N. Chain*, Twynholm: Q. Aust, St

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Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette

Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette London, England

29 Aug 1891

pips sad teen wont oat to shut up. He ems himas Slim Wowing mum leg about 6 o'clock. lie wen feint with W. ewer s bit sea' Georg. stead that be found the ibloodast in a Labour the garde& a wow. mei them woo Wei all over the plash Witare oohed lite Omer

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

3 Sep 1870

On.—At Ckre-temoe, Aoffiut >l. tba wife of Mr. Bowtemr Cob. poatmaater, of 6uightmr. Oat.—At House, DewlUti. the wife Mr. George o*y, HiCKurr.—Oe September S, the wife Obpt. H. D. HU*ley, K.V., H.M I. rod. Mkb a cnraTT.—At 7, ChApelrtwet, Btooehouw, Bcpt

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Morning Post

Morning Post London, England

29 Feb 1876

Lewis — ?? '■ - v .'iU.ui Sai. J Harrison— Jialdwiu v. Baldwin—Bran- ..•■. i ?? ?? a:i ■; ..'.)tiiistoi:e— Clark ?? Clark and Berneye— 'ot, • J ?? -Uiiy vbui-.i v. H:y*var.l -.Stratum v. Stratton and i-r ■'. . . \ >i.iiu: i o!\i .ay. i ilv-til— Cole v. Cole—

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Berkshire Chronicle

Berkshire Chronicle Berkshire, England

25 Feb 1893

108, Broad Street. Readies, George William Phippen, aged 28. Deeply lamented. Funeral on Monday. Oreyfriarß' Church at 2.15. Interment at the Cemetery. Rivers—Feb. 22, at bis residence, Redlaod’s Rise,Reading, William George Rivers, in the 42nd year of

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

7 Apr 1894

superior Coventry Machine at less than Common Birmingham and Wolterbampton makes, Sllngaby a.lOl Bipb stieet. boaton.—ddti. George W. haa the beat and cheapest stock ol class Cycles and Acceaaorles the county. Every machine guaranteed. Any make of machine

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Watford Observer

Watford Observer Hertfordshire, England

8 Jul 1876

—Oalord Bam (Shearling).-Fitrtprite. £6. 1 yr. mo.; »nd. £S. same age. Mr. George Street, Manlden, AmpAlull- Cl*ha 37.—Oxford Bam (any age).—First prize, £6, a yra. mo.. Mr. George Street, Manlden, AmptbUL 38,-Fire Oxford (Shearbnge).—Fuwt prize, £«, I yr

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Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette

Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette London, England

5 Sep 1865

Bourbon Street; next visits, Wednesday, beptember 15, and Wednesday. September 49. WINSLOW—Every fourth Tuesday at the George Hotel ; next visit, Tuesday, September 26. BANBURY—Every alternate Thursday at 16, High Sweet. Attendance from 10 till 4

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

10 Aug 1898

blocking the way of the latter Tim Chairman-Ware the Ara caning* and the posy =reties what are called peirilfted vehicles Mr. Berne-Yes; the Qom= s Hotel and the Plough Hotel supply • eine= of earn to the Midland station yard, their agresements. whiter and

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London Daily News

London Daily News London, England

4 Apr 1876

(l. Jones, deceased)-ilerrynii v. Berryman. Divorce motionS: Sykes v. Sykes and ?? v. Ellis and oent - Clinrk v. Clark and Berneye-Fendall (otherwise Goldamid) v. Golcdoaid-Gregory v. ?? v. Hucchinson-Mollor v. Mellor and ,ilac-Kellr v. IKoller and Hug

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Birmingham Daily Gazette

Birmingham Daily Gazette Warwickshire, England

12 May 1904

reputation?—Yes, since ISIS. What is his reputation, speaking from your knowledge as one of the police:—lisd, sir. Doyou know Berne—Yes. And his reputation P—Bad. Witness was asked as to Cavanagh, and, Mr. Bank's said the reputation of that man' wan admitted

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New Ross Standard

New Ross Standard Wexford, Republic of Ireland

12 Jan 1895

31 Coq, VC. PLG. in the chair. There eau •vs y full somber of the Inuritt. s pr r n.. The choke of the entarnittes fell Mr George 10, Jamestown. Piltorts. After tiro. special beam re was over then three predations pot bsfor • the etinisaittee. wbioh were

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Ayr Advertiser, or, West Country Journal

Ayr Advertiser, or, West Country Journal Ayrshire, Scotland

30 Jul 1885

James p avgn ee s s) had quits from the gardens of Egliuton, Auchincroive , and Mr :to do otherwise. He behind Lord 0 wee George White of Stewartlea. The Chairman's table perfectly right in saying that day by day the reserve was adorned, in addition,

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Norfolk News

Norfolk News Norfolk, England

12 May 1906

matters relating to the common lands, and also the acquirement of land for allotment purposes. was held on Monday. The Kev. George Sage presided. The Chairman said the question of the parishioners’ ngbt« hod been raised the recent proceed nigs for lighting

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Shipping and Mercantile Gazette

Shipping and Mercantile Gazette London, England

5 Apr 1883

HOLDERS Of PRIZE MEDALS for TANKS. CISTERNS. NOTE.—The Lards of the Admiralty have ordered all Royal Navy Tanks to be made with Berney'e Patent Corners ; all Tanksat these Works made with the mine. SQUARE TANKS for Water. Biscuit, or Oil, always ready, or made

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Norfolk News

Norfolk News Norfolk, England

1 Apr 1905

A meeting of the Parish Conncil held on Saturday, tho Rev. George Sage presiding. A report was received to the effect that Mrs. Berney'e agents had recently set fire the urzo and olb“r underwood growing on that part of the common lands known the Kingland

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Wicklow People

Wicklow People Wicklow, Republic of Ireland

10 Jul 1915

Tuesday 29th June, 1915. when there attendeill-Councillons H. T. OTarnill, J. Plunkett, 11. Mackey, T. O'Reilly. Mr. Traynor and George Byrne. Lettere from Meows. Wallace Thal. haring reference to their agreement in connection with supply of eketneity to their

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Fulham Chronicle

Fulham Chronicle London, England

9 Nov 1917

, Mr. C. Luxmoore Drew held an inquest concerning the death o.* George W’yalt, 50, 97 Htepbendale-road, Fulham, which took place with unexpected sudden ness Hunday M-s Rose Emily Berneye, of road, said that was her father, and wa* a sewing machine mechanic

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Sporting Life

Sporting Life London, England

16 Jan 1896

Oid Blitxdsixiars.— M. (baok). A. Kobarts. 0. Gco'h, and P.Dicks (three-quarter-backs),G. C. Marrack and T. (half-backs), A. George, D. Farquharson, G. Hill, H. C. H. Beley, A. N. Other, and A. 80b. (A) v. MR. HARRYATS FIFTEEN. A match under this title woe

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Newcastle Chronicle

Newcastle Chronicle Northumberland, England

25 May 1867

Tribun*, Mr. and Mr. Thompson Mr. William Lloyd Uairison, tho distinguished 1.-a-lor of the American Anti-Slavery party, and Mr. George Tbonip* son ariited at Liverpool in the Cuba Saturday last, Mr. Garrison, who intends to make a stay of several months ia

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