The Social Group is the favourite social organisation for singles.And to run it properly, that would require a proper office and full time staff, so we would need to charge for the service.revels in iconic British grub such as kedgeree and devilled kidneys – a Victorian breakfast of lamb's kidneys, Worcestershire sauce, ketchup, mustard and cayenne pepper on toast.
This is a unique site that allows girls to meet other girls as friends, mates, buddies, pals, whatever you call them! Click SOUTH LONDON TRAMWAYS COMPANY selection of all different punch type HORSE TRAM TICKETS from a variety of services at fares between 1d and 4d dating from 1880s until taken over by LCC Tramways in November 1902. All different and mostly good/VGC although one is laid to card. Some examples have (Bd) and (Bm), mostly good/VGC otherwise. Click LNER Issued 3rd class single from Dukeries Junc St’n to Tuxford (Cent or North) (dated 6/3/1950 (Last Day)) in VGC. (23)BR(M) 1d no diamond PLATFORM TICKETS (Trans-LMS type): Acton (Cen), Blackpool (South), Chester (Gen) № 1, Chester (Northgate), Dalston Junc, Derby (LM) 2nd Set, Hatch End WO, Headstone Lane, Holyhead, Kenton, Kilburn (H Rd), Liverpool (Central) № 1, Llandudno (2 different series), Manchester (Central) 2nd Set, Manchester (Ex) № 2, Manchester (London Road) FSO, Matlock, Oldham (Clegg Street). Click LCC TRAMS selection of “short” geographical TRAM TICKETS all from Services 2-4 Savoy Strand/Westminster Station – Merton at fares from 1d to 5d issued in the early 1920s. Four examples have a little (Bm) and/or (Bd), good/VGC otherwise. Click LNER EX-NER STATIONS all different issued mostly 3rd class singles from Brampton Jun, Chester-le-Street, Darlington North Rd (3rd whole return), East Boldon, Flamborough, Haltwhistle (3rd whole return), Heads Nook (3rd whole return), Hebburn, Hutton Cranswick (3rd whole return), Newcastle, Pallion (string mark), Pocklington (3rd whole return), Ripon, Scarborough, Shildon (3rd whole return), South Shields, Stamford Bridge (1st whole return), Sunderland, Wakefield (Westgate St’n), York. Fares range from 1d to 5d and includes Workmen’s Returns. (25)BR(W) 1d Red Diamond PLAT-FORM TICKETS (Rly Exec conditions): Barmouth, Barnstaple Junc 1, Bristol TM A, Cardiff Queen St A, Ealing Broadway, Gobowen, Hayes & Harlington A, High Wycombe D, Kingswear BO, Marylebone 2, Minehead, Newport H St 2, Okehampton, Oswestry, Paddington 2, 4, 7 and E, Plymouth Friary, Plymouth N Rd D; (BTC conditions): Chippenham, Gobowen, Marylebone 2, Minehead, Newport H St 2. Click LNER issued all different whole Edmondsons from ex-GCR stations comprising 3rd class singles from Aylesbury (/) (2), Leicester Cen, Marylebone (5), Nottingham (Victoria), Sudbury & Harrow Road, Sudbury Hill (Harrow), Wembley Hill, Wembley Stadium St’n, 3rd whole return from Marylebone, Bicycle single from Marylebone, LNER whole return Pram or Mail Cart also from Marylebone. Back of ticket rubber date stamped “12APR1925.” (1)GWR PRE-NAT TO/FROM WEST COUNTRY STATIONS comprising 3rd class singles from Devonport, Keyham (/), Liskeard, Newquay, Tavistock GW; Ferry single from Dartmouth; 3rd Theatrical or Dramatic Company single from Paddington (to Plymouth MB); 3rd Privilege whole return from Princetown; 3rd Half-Day Excursion one-piece returns from Newquay and Plymouth N Rd. Destinations are Ryde, St Lawrence, Sandown, Shanklin, Shide, Totland Bay, Ventnor, Ventnor St Lawrence, Whitwell, Wootton, Wroxall and Yarmouth, via a number of different routing combinations. Click LNER/BR(E) CAMBRIDGE AUDLEY END COLNE VALLEY AND STOUR VALLEY LINES issued and audit whole including from Bures, Chappel & Wakes Colne, Earls Colne, Halstead, Haverhill, Marks Tey, Saffron Walden, Stoke (Suffolk), Sudbury (Suffolk), White Colne, Yeldham, etc. (42)LPTB (BUSES) AND LT (BUSES) fareboard geographical punch type BUS TICKETS all from route 25A Victoria – Eastern Avenue Cranbrook Park (mostly) at fares up to 8d. (40)LONDON GENERAL OMNIBUS Co Ltd fareboard geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from November 1913 – July 1915 with green fare overprints at ½d, 1d, 2½d, 2d, 2½d and 3d values. (24)BR(W) WEST COUNTRY 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS: (Rly Exec conditions): Barnstaple Jn 2, Barnstaple Tn, Barnstaple (Victoria Rd), Bideford, Bodmin North, Bude, Holsworthy, Launceston A, Okehampton, Tavistock North 2, Torrington; (BTC Conditions): Barnstaple Jn 1 and 2, Bideford, Bude, Holsworthy, Ilfracombe, Launceston A, Padstow, Plymouth Friary, Tavistock North 1, and 2, Wadebridge. Click HERTFORDSHIRE INDEPENDENT BUS OPERATORS mostly geographical BUS TICKETS from Amersham and District (2 numerical), Berkhamsted & District MS, Chiltern, Elite [Watford] (numerical), Hertford & District, People’s MS (numerical), St Albans & District MS (numerical), Rickmansworth & District (numerical), Regent MS [Hertford]. (1)METROPOLITAN & GREAT CENTRAL JOINT COMMITTEE BRILL AND VERNEY JUNCTION BRANCHES issued 3rd class singles from Verney Junction to Granbor-ough Road, Waddesdon to Aylesbury (Joint), Waddesdon to Wendover and Westcott to Quainton Road. Destinations are diverse and include Bridlington, Dewsbury, Halifax, Hull NE, Liverpool, Scarborough, Sunderland, etc. (16)GWR PRE-GROUPING mostly 3rd class issued singles from Birmingham SH (Regina machine issue), Cradley Heath & Cradley, Ealing Broadway, Exeter D, Henley on Thames (2nd class), Leominster, Monmouth MH, New Milford, Oxford, Paddington (2 different-1 is a one-piece return), Redland (1st class), Warwick (Parly 3rd) (pd 22/11/1898) (printed on pink card), Worcester SH (2nd class). (14)LONDON GENERAL OMNIBUS Co Ltd (5) AND LONDON HORSEBUS OPERATORS ASSOCIATION (5) geographical punch type BUS TICKETS with purple or green fare overprints from a variety of routes with printed numbers, these being (LGOC): 24, 46, 48, 50, 86; (Association): 52, 57, 66, 75, 88. Click CROYDON CORPORATION & LCC TRAMWAYS jointly issued geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS from service 16-18 which both councils operated. (25)LNER (Ex-GCR, GNR, NER and NBR Stations) T1/T3A/T3B/T3C PLATFORM TICKETS: T1 (GNR Type): Alexandra Palace St’n (“AP” overprint), Crews Hill (“CH” overprint); T3A: Hadley Wood, Linlithgow A; T3B: Barnard Castle, Berwick M, Coatbridge (Sunnyside), Crouch End, Derby (Friargate), Hebburn, Jarrow N, Leeds Central A, Mansfield LNE, Marske, Monkwearmouth, Muswell Hill, North Berwick, Seaham, Stamford, Stockton M, Three Counties; T3C: Grantham, Harrogate N (M № 1), Hornsey, York.SI was born on September 15, 1905, and I'm a cousin of Bill Sproat... They're two small concave boards about 1/4-inch by 1 foot by 3 feet made of wiliwili, and they were used for spying.The spies selected a night with rough seas and then surfed in to gather information about various activities. I heard this from the old people and they said that's why the boards were called paepō, "night landing." - Alfred Solomon, June 25, 1982Source: page 302 in Hawai'i Place Names: Shores, Beaches, and Surf Sites, By John R. Clark, published by University of Hawaii Press, 2002. Turns out that John Clark rides what appears to be a paipo board as pictured in a Q&A with him on the blog, Literary Lotus (author, Christine Thomas). Clark's research he traced some of the possible transition to the modern day usage (at least sometime in the 1950s through the present) of the word, paipo, to describe the method of riding waves on a board prone style:"In the days of old, Hawaiians referred to bodysurfing as kaha (or kaha nalu) and pae (or paepo'o).