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The Norfolk Chronicle and Norwich Gazette January 11th 1902
« on: Tuesday 14 September 04 23:22 BST (UK) »
EAST HARLING
Petty Sessions
Before Sir E C NUGENT, H T PARTRIDGE, Major KEPPEL and A N C HEMSWORTH
John Dale, teamman, Tibenham fined 9s riding a bicycle without lights.
Ernest MANNING, miller, Kenninghall fined 10s for being drunk.
Poachers and Assault: William BRYANT, labourer Diss, Alfred BUCKLEY,
labourer Diss, Ernest SPARROW, brushmaker, Diss and William BARBER, Percy
BRYANT and Alfred RUMSBY, privates in the Norfolk Regiment charged with
trespassing in search of conies in Kenninghall and assaulting Mr BETNEY,
farmer of KENNINGHALL and his nephew, William BASSOM.  William BRYANT,
William BARBER, Percy BRYANT and Alfred RUMSBY each fined #1 1s or 14 days.
Alfred BUCKLEY 18/6 or 14 days, Ernest SPARROW 16s or 10 days for
trespassing.  For assault, Percy BRYANT and Alfred RUMSBY were each fined #1
3/6 or 14 days.


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Brighouse:  Smith
Lambeth: Clisby
Leeds: Baxendale,Baxter, Beales,Bowe

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Re: The Norfolk Chronicle and Norwich Gazette January 11th 1902
« Reply #1 on: Tuesday 14 September 04 23:26 BST (UK) »
Fakenham
Special Petty Sessions
Before C D SEYMOUR
Frank HALL of 31 Northampton St, Essex Rd, London was charged with obtaining
by false pretences some pigs from Walter Robert BRADFIELD, live stock dealer
of Fakenham. Defendant remanded in custody.
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Brighouse:  Smith
Lambeth: Clisby
Leeds: Baxendale,Baxter, Beales,Bowe

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HARLESTON
« Reply #2 on: Tuesday 14 September 04 23:31 BST (UK) »
At a meeting of the Wortwell Lands Charity, Ven. Archdeacon PEROWNE
presided.  Mr BUNN tendered his resignation as clerk, and Mr W ALLURED was
elected in his place.
Petty Sessions:
Before the Rev Spencer FELLOWS and John PIPE
Dennis CHILVER, grocer's assistant of Brockdish was fined 1s for cruelty to
a pony. His master, Lovack HART was fined 5s.  The animal was attended by H
BUCKINGHAM MRCVS and evidence supplied by PC George H EARL.

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Brighouse:  Smith
Lambeth: Clisby
Leeds: Baxendale,Baxter, Beales,Bowe


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Re: The Norfolk Chronicle and Norwich Gazette January 11th 1902
« Reply #3 on: Tuesday 14 September 04 23:32 BST (UK) »
HINGHAM
The ringers of ST Andrew's Church held their annual dinner at the Cock Inn
where Rev A C W UPCHER presided.


HOLT
Edward KETTLE, labourer successfully sued William BIRD, farmer of Metton
under the Workmen's Compensation Act to recover #2 for injury received.
Evidence was provided by Dr DENT of Cromer.
Rev W B DALBY, rector of Kelling and Salthouse,  successfully claimed 7/4
half yearly tithe from George William SMITH.
James KEMP of the Mill, East Runton sued James M ABBS, shepherd for damages
to crops. Awarded 6s. Evidence provided by Arthur BURTON, gardener.


HUNSTANTON
Rev H D BARRETT arranged an excursion for St Edmund's choir to Westminster
Abbey.  Mr G H MALLETT gave a vote of thanks.
MR William PATTRICK presided over a meeting of the Urban District Council.
The council agreed that Mr BEETON had made an encroachment on the foreshore
by building a wall, and that they would instruct Messrs Williams and James,
the solicitors of Mr LE STRANGE to bring an action of ejectment against Mr
BEETON - unless Mr BEETON could come to an arrangement with the estate.


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Brighouse:  Smith
Lambeth: Clisby
Leeds: Baxendale,Baxter, Beales,Bowe

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Re: The Norfolk Chronicle and Norwich Gazette January 11th 1902
« Reply #4 on: Tuesday 14 September 04 23:34 BST (UK) »
LODDON
Loddon and Clavering board of Guardians met under presidency of John HOLMES.
Petty Sessions
Before John HOLMES, N H BACON, J R CRISP
Ernest William CARVER, farmer of Sisland fined 2/6 for allowing a vehicle to
be driven without a light.
Charles BANHAM, labourer of Bedingham, fined 10s for being drunk. Alice
HARDY, widow, fined 15s for a similar offence at the same place.
Frederick ROUSE, Fisherman of Woodton fined 5s for being drunk and
disorderly

LOWESTOFT
The new rector, A D TUPPER-CAREY, announces that he will have services every
morning at 7.45
Harry GOWING admits to neglecting a horse, fined 7s on evidence of Insp
GIBBS of the RSPCA.
J W BROOKE, the son of a respectable man of Norwich, was sentenced to 3
months hard labour for obtaining board by false pretence from Elizabeth
SAUNDERS, married, and Matilda CLARKE, widow.
The Mayor, Mr YOUNGMAN, attended the police court for the first time since
his accession to the post of Chief Magistrate. He also said that parents
should take more responsibility for their children.
Miss Jane FOWLER CALDECOTE, formerly of Oulton Broad, died in Torquay aged
70. Mourners at her funeral included Mrs TRACEY (sister), Ernest FOWLER, Col
H M Leathes, Rev Carteret LEATHES, Mr Carteret LEATHES, Miss Gertrude PETO
and Miss LEATHES.
School Board Meeting. Rev D DICKSON (chairman) moved that they should not
build new schools on the Roman Hill site, seconded by Mr L ORDE.  Mr ADAMS,
Mr THURTLE and Rev F C FRANCE spoke against the motion which was defeated by
5 to 3.
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       Any one seen any BAXENDALES?

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Brighouse:  Smith
Lambeth: Clisby
Leeds: Baxendale,Baxter, Beales,Bowe

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Re: The Norfolk Chronicle and Norwich Gazette January 11th 1902
« Reply #5 on: Tuesday 14 September 04 23:37 BST (UK) »
LYNN
At Police Court before A. JERMYN, James EVANS age 21 was remanded for
obtaining money by false pretences from W WINCH of St James Street. Evans
had said he was presenting a brief on behalf of a widow of a Railway Guard,
but Mr WILSON stationmaster said the brief was fictitious.
The Fire Brigade held their Annual Dinner in St James Rooms. Mr E DUNN was
in the chair, the speakers included: Mr W THOMPSON, Mr C W CROAT,
Instructor. THOMPSON RN, Qr-ms-sergt BARRETT, Mr A R KING, the Town Clerk
(Mr J W WOOLSTENCROFT), the Medical Officer of Health (Mr H C ALLINSON), and
the captain of the Brigade (Mr J W SHAW).  songs were sung by Messrs G R
OSWELL, T MISSION, W CROSS, G E KENDRICK, G DENES, R ELLIS, T WHITTAKER, H
BARRETT and Instr THOMPSON.
Norfolk Adjourned Quarter Sessions held in Town Hall before H LE STRANGE and
other magistrates.  William Seaman COUSINS, labourer of Stanhoe, sentenced
to one month's hard labour for stealing ten stone of coal from Mr D L COOKE.
Elijah HARVEY aged 51, dealer of Little Ellingham indicted for stealing
fleeces from James Daniel HUGGINS.  Failed to appear so sureties estreated
and a warrant was issued.
Free Church Council met at the Primitive Methodists Chapel. Conference
presided by Rev E M BREMNER. Dr E E BLYTH, vice-chairman of the Norwich
School Board opened the discussion on national education. Other speakers
included Mr J A PARSONS, Rev D J EVANS, Mr W WINCH, Mr J BAMFORD SLACK of
the National Free Church Council, Rev H YOULDEN of the Norwich Council.
Mr T E BAGGE (Mayor) presided over a town council meeting.  It was attended
by a deputation from the Lynn Museum including E A ATMORE and S S BURLINGHAM
who had acquired a building (the old Union Chapel) for #1,600 of which #1000
was in hand and asked the council to adopt the Museums and Gymnasiums Act.
Agreed, but an amendment to house the Museum and Public Library in the same
building was rejected.  The mayor announced that clerk (who was absent) had
taken up a similar position in Guildford.
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       Any one seen any BAXENDALES?

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Brighouse:  Smith
Lambeth: Clisby
Leeds: Baxendale,Baxter, Beales,Bowe

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Re: The Norfolk Chronicle and Norwich Gazette January 11th 1902
« Reply #6 on: Tuesday 14 September 04 23:43 BST (UK) »
MUNDESLEY
Funeral took place of George William PUNCHER aged 41 years.  Mourners were
his widow, Miss Alice PUNCHER (daughter), Mr and Mrs R PUNCHER, Mrs George
GOTTS, Mr and Mrs George PUNCHER junior, Miss CLARKE, Mrs BARBER, Mr and Mrs
W CLARKE. The Rev T T HARVEY officiated.  The congregation included Dr
QUAIT, Rev E and Miss GORDON, MR A E and Mrs WIGSTON, Mr T L WAKELIN, Mr
BLYTHE, Mr RANDELL, Mr MINNS, Mr A J HAGGITH, Mr C COLE, Mr WEBSTER, Mr
APPLETON, Mr GEORGE WALLACE, MR W L DIX, Mr LEEDER, Mr PEER and Mrs HARVEY.
Floral tributes were sent from Mrs ANDREWS (Paston) and Miss HOPPER
(Knapton) and Mr And Mrs CLARKE,


SHERINGHAM
Mr Augustine BIRRELL KC gave a talk entitled "The Coronation of King Edward
VII" to the Mutual Improvement and Debating Society. The Rev J S BARFORD
presided.
A variety entertainment in aid of the local football club was given at the
Public Hall. The farce "Incompatibility of Temper" was performed by Mrs A
COOPER, Mrs F EDEN and Major EDEN.  also songs were performed by Mrs C W
FOSTER, Mrs B FANNNG (who also both assisted at the pianoforte), Dr A
COOPER, Mrs BURNAND and Mr F RICE.


SMALLBURGH

The Board of Guardians met, presided over by Mr F S CARMAN. Mr and Mrs HEALD
of the Prestwich Union, Manchester were elected Porter and Cook. The Local
Government Board wrote confirming MR P F W TERMAN as medical officer of
Horsey District.  Mr PONSFORD thanked the guardians on behalf of the inmates
for the extra Christmas fare and he acknowledged the kindness of Mrs
PACKARD, Smallburgh, Mrs CUBITT, Honing, Rev J PARKINSON, Mrs PETRE and the
Rev J HICKLING in sending presents.
Petty Sessions:
Before H M TAYLOR and F CLOWES
Alfred HOWELL, Labourer of Ludham was fined #2 for being disorderly and
refusing to quit the Bakers' Arms, Ludham
Ernest BROOKS, shoemaker of Hickling was fined 2/6 for being drunk and
disorderly.
Walter NUDD, Fisherman of Hickling was fined 5s for a similar offence at the
same time and place.

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       Any one seen any BAXENDALES?

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            \\\\  (                      )  /
             \\\\_)                    (_/

Brighouse:  Smith
Lambeth: Clisby
Leeds: Baxendale,Baxter, Beales,Bowe

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Re: The Norfolk Chronicle and Norwich Gazette January 11th 1902
« Reply #7 on: Tuesday 14 September 04 23:47 BST (UK) »
WALSINGHAM
Funeral took place of Mrs Harriet VIKERS COKER, widow of Mr James PLAYFORD
COKER, late of Earsham Hall, Bungay. She died aged 47 on the anniversary of
her wedding. service conducted by Rev H A WANSBURGH.
Petty Sessions:
Before F T S RIPPINGALL, G F SMITH, Col GROOM and H A DEWING
Charles SMITH of Little Walsingham was charged with trespassing in search of
game. George HUMPHREY, labourer saw Smith with two dogs tracing a hare.
Defendant called Mr MIDDLETON of Branthill farm who said he had a coursing
party on that day. Case dismissed.
John Henry WINN, hawker of Field Dalling charged by Ernest Robert PAGE,
gamekeeper of Field Dalling for trespass in pursuit of game on land in the
occupation of Mrs Susan COPEMAN at Field Dalling. Fined 10s.
Augustus CROWE, Labourer of Great Walsingham fined 6s for being drunk and
disorderly at Little Walsingham.
William WALDEN fined 10s for trespass in pursuit of conies on land in the
occupation of Edward NELSON.
William Richard WALDEN, vermin killer of Wells, charged by Oliver DRIVER,
RSPCA Inspector, of ill-treating a horse.  Alfred KING, a signalman on the
G.E.R. saw the animal in a poor state from his signal box. Police Sgt SANDS
said the defendant told him he intended to shoot the horse but had forgotten
to do so. Douglas DRAKE, veterinary surgeon, gave corroborative evidence.
Fined #1.


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       Any one seen any BAXENDALES?

--------oooO---------------Oooo-------
           (    )                    (    )
            \\\\  (                      )  /
             \\\\_)                    (_/

Brighouse:  Smith
Lambeth: Clisby
Leeds: Baxendale,Baxter, Beales,Bowe

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Re: The Norfolk Chronicle and Norwich Gazette January 11th 1902
« Reply #8 on: Tuesday 14 September 04 23:49 BST (UK) »
WYMONDHAM
Schools closed till January 20th due to a measles outbreak.
Nurse LAMBERT to start as parish nurse.
Mr J E P BARTLETT presided over a meeting of the Parish Council.  The
medical officer, Dr LACK reported on the need for disinfecting apparatus to
prevent spread of infectious diseases.  there was an outbreak of Diphtheria
in the parish of Hackford - a sample of the water had been sent to Mr
SUTTON. In reply to a complaint made by Rev W J BLAKE that the sanitary
inspector had neglected a scarlet fever case at Easton.  Mr GLASSPOLE, the
sanitary inspector, said he had
called at the vicarage and left word after dealing with the case. the
Council unanimously accepted the inspector's explanation.
Forehoe Board of Guardians met at Wicklewood Workhouse under presidency of
the Rev. J E P BARTLETT. Attendees included Mr V JERMYN, Mr THOMPSON, Mr
COLE and Mr SPOWART, medical officer.
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       Any one seen any BAXENDALES?

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           (    )                    (    )
            \\\\  (                      )  /
             \\\\_)                    (_/

Brighouse:  Smith
Lambeth: Clisby
Leeds: Baxendale,Baxter, Beales,Bowe