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Middlesex Courier (Newspaper) - December 27, 1895, London, Middlesex A WEEKLY FOR CHILD'S MILL OF LOCAL NEWS KENSAL and No. 52.-Vol. at as a j One & The charge for the Insertion of Announcements under this la. for the first ' 0- ' 57thBegment,qfftdaoght^i: 20th,-at Con- the Park of 23Mi;flt at the only of West - c 1889, aged 1-,"" The CLASS of i inA of aadi CLASS 5.-Children's 2a. Established 1801. Note the Cremation carried out in with the regulations of the Cremation Society of Estimates given for higher class funerals on or by telegram and Distance no E. PALMER S. Coffin Uaker and Complete 78, CLASS Oat French eight brass and brass inscription Hearse or Open Car ana pair two modem and with or velvet attendance of conductor and nse of velvet nail and every requisite CLASS with Elm 10a. CLASS Blm Coffin with light brass 'tHe my i in to any from to ' - ON The whole has inj j English 1 Both ' I modem carnage and ani velvet CLASS Elm appropriate cambric Hearse and pair modem md attendance of nse of and attendance of nae of velvet &c. 1^ vrith superior No Extras within Six of either ESTIMATES FOB BETTER CLASS ON APPLICATION mm. Late Charles FUNERAL AND Carriage 81, high 35, MALVERN WHY waste Emery Brooke's Brick Metal and in cleaning Bands every few days the when Gold Bands For Short Window retain their brilliancy in damp and foggy and require No as they never May be had of all and Blind 41, Lamb's Conduit W.C. High 8 & 8b, CAMBRIDGE CLOSE AT TWO ON J. J. Manager to HUDSON Fore 190, HIGH HAS ALWAYS A Choice Selection HIGH-CLASS If I and Goods Delivered by our own Carts within Three Edwards i HIGH WILLESDEN Paperhangings and Window Glass The Cheapest Honse in the Trade for And all other Please Note only EDWARDS & SIGE WiLLESDEN Doors from Tilliers HARLESDEN Sign Writing The old established and cheapest house in the trade for every description of SIGN photographic 310, HIGH J. The Children's Manager to Nesbit & and from the leading West End All Photographs issued are Executed in the Highest Style and Finished in Best Possible Mr. DAVISON'S ong experience in Children's Portraiture enables him to guarantee Artistic and Pleasing Family and other Instantaneous Process Terms on No Agents Pictorial Sign Glass Letters in Glass and Gilding and and Written by G. THE WELL-KNOWN SIGN 175, High WONDER of the RAISINS SULTANAS 2(L Per CHEAPEST STOSE IIT FOE & CHOICEST 222, high you want to SIP K faney IN STOR y THIS SIDE OF. THE ' ' 4feHMR0W, every Article W to TaiSi 6s. and ND & ESTATE 36, Station FREE LIST OF HOUSES AND SHOPS to be let and Business Books and Balance Sheets drawn 98, CRAVEN PARK Special Christmas and New Year E. 0. THOMAS IS NOW MAKING A SPLENDID SHOW OF Useful & Durable IN AND &c. THE NOTED HOUSE FOR MANTLES AND Winter Tailor Made from 5/11 2/11 E. 0. 98, Craven Park W. Bazaar and NOW Fun of Grand Display of all kinds of Dress and Undress THOUSANDS OP and New Cards TO SELECT at 144. high willesden by and all the beat London and Foreign at 25 per for or on easy terms of for &c. MUSIC LENDING All the Latest Music & Songs at Store Soiled Library Copies at Cheap Strings and every Pianos and Organs returned from or Second-hand at very low SALOON A - the shortest ' ' |k Odd STABLE ' Proprietor T. O. THE W. WARDEN & & Chestnut m Cut Button Gardens and Pleasure Grounds Laid out and ESTIMATES All Work Executed on W. PRACTICAL WATCH CLOCK Jeweller and BT THE and all kinds of complicated Watches and and other Clocks Cleaned and Antique and as Jewellery and Plate and or Ordinary Optical in a few and Moderate Estimates amd all In the Sale WATCHES 1 0 GOLD 3 3 0 WATCHES 1 6 0 ENGLISH WATCHES 3 3 0 A very large Stock of CLOCKS to select at prices ranging from to 6 Superior quality 144ay CLOCKS at 18b. 6d. of the finest quality and at 20 per less than Spectacles and from Is. 6d. per W. Certificated by the British Society Nearly Opposite tbe New a. THE foe COATS from Is. 6d. 6d. 9d. Every Garment left here to be Cleaned will be into Shape equal to Altered for their Misfits Attended to THE BOOT Soled and Heeled 2s. 6d. Is. 6d. 2s. Is. 6d. Is. Hand-Sewn Boots to 224, to Tubba People who cannot use ordinary Coffee CAN DRINK COFFEE ESSENCES WITH AND They are sold in Large and Small Bottles by all wide-awake and Craven Park and Potato GEORGE 7, Mary's Place 3 Place Fresh every best lowest possible prices All kinds of Fruits and Vegetables at holtom and top Ladies specially to call and DON'T THE 7, Opposite the Library FAMILIES WAITED ON
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