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Blackheath Gazette (Newspaper) - November 23, 1894, London, Middlesex Conducted with Refined uid Efficient francis & sons Proprietors of the Improved Can & Foot of Belmont and 7, COURT Lee Urgent Out i and for tJii Reception of Caw coming by Complete to and from anj AND LEWISHAM H. J. BLIND HIGH HOW BLACK of Inaide and Blinda and Shop BUnda of evary AND ESTIMATES TSE TRADE Summer and Flow kept in Boxea in Cork or Wood to No. 148] 23, 1894. a Ne ONE MARRIAGES A tbe of a the U bj the P. Ia 10a of of to of P. W. ot Upper the 14lh at St. Forest br the of tite br the Htt off the Johs of to Emily Aace of of and of Foreit the her afters lonR aaa painful iU of onr dear who asleep Id 2Bnj 1898. Thy not mine O the ISth at 6ydeahani, Mary aged 76. -On the the only of B. J. Oxford tti hii 2tnd the at Barah 74, Ihe of P. W. after a thort the at Elfin aced In ever loring memory of my dear who died on hia homeward voyage from the 1;2nd aged 29 alio of who uray on the 1890, aged 6 the end loni of Charlotte and the Bobert Bt Mjl E. J. R. G. MABON 4 SCULPTOR HILL MONUMENTS ERECTED n OR In any or and and or If Material and Workmanship aad to arder or Cleaned ud AUCTION ROOMS MR. R. J. AUCTIONEER aS ROOMS afford a to and for Bale of GLASS FURNITURE i FREEHOLD A LEASEHOLD MONETARY Balee every can be or on of by For and apply aX Auctioneer t ae MR. E. J. 8DTBB Atao the of all of and makee the Valuation of WORKS Of ART. OLD CHINA 40., A ton Family MR E. 8UTEB Oan alao arrange for the of of of or for their and BaU br or n is 8B S- VALUER AND ESTATE Furniture Farm Cattle or Sold by Auction on ir Four Daya after AND WHOLLY MA H AO ED. for for Bale Collected at a Moderate B. LONG W. J. 4 CONFECTIONER POST HITHER GREEN NOIE THIS IS MY Home Made Maker of WHOLE BREAD Bala No. 104. R J. 8n by at ijX aa on December 119i.an of and be the lut aOe baton to include tor tale land in at or lame can be on of Apply at the 6, BJL bt OP a beg to notify they tare SOLD the 8. announced to be iold by auction on Friday 158, & NOTICE OF HARDS t BRADLY btn to that the Freehold Shop and No 28, and 10 and 1, were SOLD at the Auction on Friday 168, and FURLONG A SON will Fell on iVX WEDNESDAY 28th, 1894, at one p by aa about 2&0 lota ot modem and from Haath and other feather beda and japanned two moders mahogany walnut a aiz by London a by at 8teTena,Woa-Terajans, and Turkey large pier in fashionable an oak dining room mahogany dining a large iron wearing china and a kitchen a garden a a etc. May be the afternoon previous and of Catalogues of the By H. NOTICE OF MESSRS. HARDS A BRADLY beg to ann junce that the Freehold Warwick House was SOLD at the on Friday lart 168, and NOTICE OF BALE HARDS 4 BRADLY beg to that the Dwelling 5 and 7, were SOLD at tht on Friday 168, Fenchurch NOTICE OF MESSRS. HARDS 4 BEADLY beg to that they will Offer by Auction at an Freehold and Leasehold PROPERTIES and Detailed particulars will shortly and Ir the meantime msy be had of the and CHEAP UNSOLD HARDS & have for Sale on very terais the in at recent - Wellington to pay 10 per cent. UPPER Freehold Dwelling for bold Dwelling to pay nearly 9 per Leasehold Dwelling to pay 10 per cent. A FREEHOLD of per annom to pay of S per cent. let on lease to to pay 7 per to the ripe Freehold Building ground renta of per oan be created and a profit of from 000 to - Leasehold Ground Renta of per with in 14^ to per annum until 81 yearn HARVARD attrac to be sold in pain at thAn ocat of 168, Bt AND By Order of the Within a few walk of the on the MESSRS. AND HARDING will Sell by at the on FRIDAY 30th November at the LEASEHOLD known ai No. 20, let on a yearly tenancy and producing per held for an term of 801 at an improved of 415 per Hay be and and of Sale had at the Hart of and 31, and of and Hording 8'\ Bl Paul's E.G. Bt A Sila No. 309 WELLINGTON rhiB November 23rd, 1994, at 7 o'clock MR. H. will sell by Auction about 2uO LoLa of and Iron and brass feather toilet tables and top walnut and mahogany of toilet toilet satin bedroom suite in 2 muslo and and gent's 5ft. dining Iral Windsor and seated walnut and tapestry and other fenders and fire bookcase and walnut loo ana quantity of electro and glass cushion useful sewing a few lots of jewellery numerous other Goods DOW on catalogues to be at the Sale Rooms and as MR. E. L. 32, 8.K. with or without tor gold medal was awarded tor at the an lo looking In aa to utterly defy PARTIAL BETS Fat COMPLETE BET ISa. to 48s. 2t STOPPING OR SCALING 2s. aCA PIANOS AND 0ROAH8 by the beat makers allowed for new from 16a par month on the and free reliable troa Every Piano guaranteed and 86,- and at Upper Palace and 83," at 2. Established 1866. or r SHEPHERD'S 219 221, LEWISHAM HIGH ESTABLISHED CASH Pra AJTD No. 307. In tbe County Court ot Kent holden at Woolwich order of tha Id the High Cuart of order of the Sheriff of TO OILMEN AND MR. H. will Bell by Auction TOMORROW November 24th, 1B9(. at Eleven o'clock the of an Oilman tha awful several loU of hold and other taken under On view morning of to be obtained at the Sale Rooms 81. Bt EASTMAN and 33, WEST Bt Me. H. j. ON 1891 GROWN MR H. J. wUl BcU by aa a large of TIMBER and BUILDING in due ON DECEMBER 3rd, 139*. 4 a 9 BENNETT'S S E MR. H. J. wlU Seli by aa large of useful Household and effects removed from private residences for convenience of Furniture and tor absolute sale can be should be sent to tbe at at his as in Bt Ma. POST OFFICE HITHER A NATURAL DUNN'S BAKING PASTRIES TRIAL - PROVES IT. FARRAN & CASH 2a, Next Sale No. 805. Removed under Bills of from and Forest Hill and part under for WEST KENT AUCTION SYDENHAM MR GEORGE PRATT will Sell by his as abora on November 28th 1894,at Two the Household FURNITURE and removed al comprising pianoforte in fift walnut three dining dinner nearly new Turkey Brussels and other bagatelle couch and two easy chairs in old gold six framed chaira in art six-foot mahogany white and other etc. birch ot a portable vapour the wardrobe ot a deceased military uniform etc. On view day prior to Catalogues of the Bi k THB 184. SOS * HILTON'S Sales by at Country and and ot every will be held at tha near the Bank ot upon the M. 1 Sa Other datn wHl be Axed as may be found Bales can alao tr aa is in the ot the to be and email houset oan be Included In thoo local Mlea at i a choice upon high within ten woik ot Sydenham and to the Crystal First class Freehold MESSES have received to Bell by Auction at tbe on November 2:ih, Two o'clock lbs above superior Detached Freehold Family seven fitted Ch hot and cold dining and good kitchen and pretty potting and large alao excellent Detached Subling approach from two double loft and living let on lease to J. U at per Particulars and conditions of sale can be had of W. 28, and of the 23. and at Forest Sydenham and THE STEAM LAUNDRY AND CLEANING CHURCH ROAD Turning it 119, WSST TEE Laundry haa oo tha moat improved and fitted with tha beat modem good The la open tor and ft open Drying adjoining S. G. 121, HIGH the FLOWERS FEATHERS a FANCY Personal Moderate piANOS piANOS piANOS ON THB TWO OR THREE p. piA IS - pu piv ORIGINAL TOUCH AND TONE SECONDHAND PIANOS Bi NOW IN in at Low OS OS REPAIRED Jf TO 219 AND 221, LEWISHAM HIGH S.E. 1 7ANBRUGH PARK S.E. * BLACKHEATH PERMANENT BUILDING THE OLD LEK Attendance on from 8 to 9 p.m. low legal ro at t per TO per allowed on auma of and lute W. H. periodically declared to Shareholders and 1 COALS A. & FLORIST DUTCH BOOTS IN SNOWDROPS 80ILLAB, and Forest 8tnd*rd and f Hardy for bare walls and for wirdow in Memorial any with sent to all on receipt of T. WOOD & LATEST FIT POa THK KENNARD BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS LEWISHAM 3C SURVEYS & REPORTS MADE ON Bt e. LONG. Removed from and AT THB AUCTION THOMAS ON NOVEMBER 27th, will Sell Auction about 170 lota of bedroom table anil marble top swing two pianofortes in occasional 4ft. brass mounted Parisian feather and flock and drawing and suites In and large oak sideboard with plate glan back and walnut fenders and marble tea dinner of Windsor kitchen and other NOVEMBER 27th, 1894, AT 6J0. On riew previous and day of may be ef the S. Long. 8, Goods for next Sale may now be RESIDENCES FOB SALE ASD TO 1870. H. OIL COLOUR AND ITALIAN STORES 22, DARTMOUTH FOREST a LOGSDAIL & ASD LAUD HEW 8.E. H. HOUSE AND ESTATE THI 8TBSEI, at Trade at Bala asd oa owa of an which may ba oo f Basti and faj to tha w AGENT FOR Al CRYSTAL THi BEST EVER PRODUCED PER FIVE FOR A GAL. THE FINEST WHITE ROSE 8d. per Five Gallons at 7d. a PURE WHITB For Heating 6d. a 3allon. rive at 5d. a Gallon A Good Stoch of Candles for the the etc. J. Knight's and at London s FAMILY 39, PERRY BLACKHEATH SCOTCH AND ENGLISH BEEF AND W BROWN & SONS IN AT LOW Rose Derby and Acme Nuts all carefully Prices on at tJie LBK LEB RAILWAY STATION a HIGH STREET Aim ajtd EVERY OF AT JAMES SPRUNT & THE CLOCK 75, from C. J. Supplies at the moat Moderate aH that t to make A BEDDING Floral of every Description a GARDENS LAID OUT And attended to by week ar year im Oria try no SPRING CLEAN i SPRING EVERYTHING DYED OR CLEANED at Moderate BY the DYEING & 20, HIGH JAMES HOUSE DECORATOR CONTRACTOR FOE AND LAND C. J. GATEHOUSE GRANVILLE NURSERIES St LEWISHAM OSCAR HOUSE A N D R E PHOTOGRAPHIC 137, HIGH work at Children a Speciality by the most without extra Water and Oil Paintings done in the beat wanted on to form ROAD MiDE ISLE OF WIGHT SAUSAGES BA MESSRS. AND CO HOUSE HATING LEASE Wish to OSer of their Stock of New ana At the same advantageous and low prices aa during thoir SALE at the following address for over JO 62, RUSHEY S.E. CHRISTMAS ENTIRELY SEASON 1S'.)4. NEW IMMENSE VARIETY OF VIENNESE PARISIAN FANCY GOODS For AND All The DAINTY Etc. THOSE WRO TRAVEL B 0 A 1\ OR to PROVISION THEMSELVES FOB THEIR THE FINEST THE BEST OF OF TONGUES ALWAYS ON CJT AT F. C. 56, HIGH aid DUTCH BULBS FROM CROCUS POT SHRUBS For Window GUINEA & HALF GUINEA EMBROIDERED DINNER CENTRES TABLE ASD A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FOREST TREES & FRUIT TREES ARTHUR 27 A BLACK & CONTRACTORS AND ARTISTIC CHURCH DECORATION A a by tha new and work of aU in attended Skilled workmen only Good work given for town or Horticultural Jobbing In all the and BLACK & 8TBAM FOREST Something lo Suit ALL MUST BE FOB A SPRING Hora THI 2, BRIDGE S.E. PRESENTS FOR 68 WELLS GENERAL GAS AND HOT WATER Lawn Garden Shears Repaired and Iron Work made to order on Shortest Terms a BUILDER AND E A T T W O O D CAMBRIDGE SYDENHAM SYDENHAM Having completed the building of the above into which he haa carry on the ot a BUILDER AND Every in tha Building Trade for 1 nd sound work a BRISELDEN k 78, RUSHEY CATFORD AT 5.5*. ViLE LEWISHAM Waited Upon FENG E SPACIOUS AND BILLIARD Two Match Tablee by Wright A of Westminster Bridge fitted with their patea Low Tablee New Top Lighta for Day Separate AND MALT LIQUORS OF THB BASS PALE ALE OS A in H. J.
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