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REEVES* CORNER TO GO. A well-known spot in Hastings, Reeves' Corner, has chanced hands by the purchase of the

... REEVES* CORNER TO GO. A well-known spot in Hastings, Reeves' Corner, has chanced hands by the purchase of the whole of the property by the Westminster Bank.whose premises adjoining are to be reconstructed. Knsive task, because it should be rcmemrod ...

REEVE'S CORNER

... REEVE'S CORNER. The Roads and Buildings Committee reported that applicatijn was being made for the setting back the building line at Bank Buildings by 11 feet. Tliey recommended that their action be approved. Alderman Fellows moved the adoption and said ...

A LONG WAY ROUNO

... times, perhaps it will not out place to repent it, there are evidently many people who still regard J®?? 0 * siblel.esve Reeves' corner vie Cambridge* road. Bohemia - read, London road, depot turn down line* and through Eversley-rood. and and on the 4 Harrow ...

different wars. The nearest approach to Mr. Millest's method was by A.G.F., who tent the following:— From SIX take

... from Reeves' corner to Amoore's without crossing the tram linesseems to have more than the two solutions! already published. I received the following letter last week:—Dear Vigilant,—Referring the correspondence about getting from Reeves' corner to Amoore's ...

. ».u riviwnmL ntw ALTERED LANDMARKS

... picture Reeves Corner suggests the idea that it would be well if somebody undertook to secure pictorial record of all landmarks before and after their removal. believo it is the in* tention of the Editor to have a photograph taken of Reeves' Corner when ...

A JOURNALIST ON THE BOROUGH MEMBER

... published in this paper Inst week under a picture of Reeves' corner, an interesting reference was made to the old Priory Bridge. Mr. Palmer said We have found the Priory Bridge under Reeves' Corner. Thpre seems to be some doubt as to. the accuracy of ...

A GOOD BARGAIN

... A GOOD BARGAIN. The Town Clerk reported that the arbitrator's award for the strip of land from Reeve's Corner fixed the purchase price the claim of the Bank being £6,730. The Town Clerk was congratulated on the result. The Council sat five hours. ...

A LOYAL COLLEAGUE AND HELPER

... would soon bo fully restored to health The Council then went into Committee, the Deputy Mayor being voted to the chair, REEVE'S CORNER SET BACK. The Town Clerk reported that the Roads Committee had considered the matter defining the building line at Ba ...

THE CROSSING

... challenger still guarantees that can do a quicker route, under one hour, from Reeves' to Amoore's. On the other hand, as Reeves' Corner is situated within the Circuar Root© it would appear impossible to cross to Amoore's except by subway. I wonder if Mr ...

iory Bridge (a wooden one) and the White Rock, 18tY western boundary of the Hastings Corporation. The the ..

... which stands Robertsonstreet, Carlisle Parade and Trinity-street, and also embraces the site of the Westminster Bank and Reeves' Corner, as well the Albert Memorial. Our readers, too, will recollect that recently, by means of the camera, and the facile j>en ...

BUILDING SOCIETY DIRECTOR

... So long was his family associated with that particular block of buildings that the corner became generally known as Reeves' Corner. Mr. William Reeves only retired in 1924, when the premises were pulled down to make room for the present building. ...

HOSPITAL SATURDAY

... George-street. Hickman—Bench-terrace. Meters (calf and Kirkpatrick—Wellingtonplace. Mr* Sfubbs—Amoore's Corner. Mrs Brad nam Reeves' Corner. Mrs lister-Central Bote!. Miss** Stone—SL Andrew's Church. Mrs Wiseman—Entrauce Park. Mien Miller—Spa. Misse* — Mount ...