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   Blackheath Gazette (Newspaper) - January 20, 1893, London, Middlesex                                E. LOAT, 422. BEfBNT ASH ROAD, LEE. Soli: Aoekt roa WILKINSON'S   CELEBRATED    CAKE PREPARATIONS "t'Qf.S�ea..HiilUn�i SfcongeiSnow, Madeira, Oocoo-not, Catiant,' Bloe an Found Cakes, Patties ud ., Boone*.. By unmgtlsem frtfaralint the most inexperienced __jtffjUJI, each, eguatttfie in Size and ^9aWN9P� 'oW �IS. 3d. eecA. t;ia7AT* raiding Preparation for the follow- . r- .v     i  .   lag kinds :- -plain suit, id.; baked euet, currant or sultana, 7d^ lipped xedain, "Jd.; good plum, Is. 4d. Handy, quia*, reliable, cheap.  Order a sample packet for tnal. 6 FUNERAL    REFORM SIMPLICITY   WITH TA3TB. CHAPPELlTTfc SONS, FUNERAL  DIRECTORS, LEE BRIDGE, LEWISHAM, &c. FUNEBALS    CdXDVCTE .0    WITH RKF1SED   TASTE. SUPERIOR   APPOINTMENTS and EFFICIENT MANAGEMENT. EVERY  REQUISITE  SUPPLIED RITUALISTIC AND OTHER FUNERALS. &ibtbs. . BOOBBa-On the 15th last, at Ljndhurst Grove-^8^M^-0"e�^,^ Buy. *     iSe^wSFlanders, Bdpnut, �*e wife ,    SSwih^-CotteuTi *  HII.LIPPAlTL'I'.-Or.the Hlh. Jan, rtSt. Mao's Church, Lrtwishara, by the Rev. I .a. .  '.8peed BUke,of Lewiaham, hnghter of theleteO. J. the, ofHoog Kong, to Hand Marion, eldest dnuahter of Frank K. Hersee, E.q, of Lee. deaths. SB, on the 18th .art, in hi. 6th F^.^J; ,ce7 twin sen of R. J. Collie, MJ>, and Jessie Collie.  This is the only intimation. DAVIDSON -On toe 16th inst., at Sydenhsmbill, Cbarlca Davidson, Bag.., Barriiter.at-l.iw. aged S2. FRY.-On the nth init, at Clonbrook, 157, Lewu-ham road, Sarah, the beloved wife of Windovcr K. Fry. in the 69ih year of ber age. GRAHAM.-On tne 15th inrt,at tS Graf ton-aqnare. Clapbam, Olivia Uary  Hewett Graham, younger daughter of John W. P. Graham,of Blackheath, and j--------- formerly of Clapham, aged 41. c ,   , LAYCOCK - Lavcock, George, died on the 12th I     (formerly Dental Assistant Coventry and init, at 81a, Plnmatead-ioad, after a long and I Warwickshire Hospital; painful ilbseaa. in tbr 58th yeai of hia age. w I'l LLINKB__On the 16th inaC, at 1C4, Slanatead-rd L. F. GOATER, GROCER AND WINE MEROHANT, GOOD   SOUND   CLARET, Per 12�. 6d. Doz. EPICURE   TONGUES, SIX SIZKS, FBOH It.Sd. to to. pXB-IIS. -\-eaeajae>>'-'  � '       - �    - '      1 " PHARMACY i DENTAL SURGERY 32,    LOAMPIT   VALE,  LEWISHAM,   S.E., BnjufCB Pbxbuact axd Residence- 128, HITHER GREEN LANE. mr. e. l. henry, m.p.s., 'll�LlCit.lt,-v;n mc low u�w.....>,______ Forert IlilL Edward POIiner, *gtd til.   Kriencr-d)�iw accept tUi (tbi* only) inn motion. PRJTCHARD.-On tabe llthiost-, *t Yotely VUla, SKWKLU- OdUi� I2th init-, Man*, Ibe HeaiTlj-loT^ wift of JjLmta L. Sew ell, of 1, CUadOD-ttreet, tit. Johan sjl, ispd 85 year*.   R.I.P SULLIVAN.-On the l^tiinit^at Kent VUU, Ke�-Und� Pa.rk,SydenbMC, of acote bronchitis, IsabelU, tae hebTed wile of J. .1. Soilivan, late of Belfifela Parle, Drmncoodra, Co. Dnblin. WARNER.-On tbt  14th  init., at 75, Ijee-road> Rlackbeath, Ellen Warner, in the 63rd year of ber? ape, tie aonireraary of the death of her beloved brother Richard In Mt.uoeiam. HI VERS.-In memory of our �iearly-loved and loving mother, Harnett, the >tloTed *ife of Francit Rivera, of Penge, who entered into reat Jan. 18th, 18?2.aged 61. Deeply roonrned, ever miued. "The nghteoru �aall be in everlaitinf reraembranne " Warwickshire Hospital) SURGEON DENTIST AND CHEMIST, \Jrvm GvytBotpital London), Supplies Artificial Teeth, constructed on an imprUed modern Scietiflo Principle, life-like in appearance, and admirably adapted for articula-tion, mastication, and comfort. FOR PIANOS ORGANS AND- HARMONIUMS ' GO tO A. T. HOWSON, 245a, LEWLSHAMHIGH Ed. S.E. piANOS QEQAN8 pIANOS QR8ANS U> fiautot, 43arkJ�ett�, Oomrta, ------- pitt^Ilg:lt CaeavKneical Iostra- menla of every Description. Estimates given for the fjrrm*- Distriet Agent for the Earlen Pianos and Packard Organs. ' Pianos, Organs and Harmonium, on the One, Two Or Throe Years 8ystem. Oocd Diaooant for Cask. ptAKOS OROANS ElunawBttwi �u� vw HARMONIUMS tion of Brass or String Bands Free of Charge. PIANOS--       . Violin Uaker and Repairer of ORGANS ail kinds of Musical Instramenta HARMONIUMS -      ,   ., (Pupil of C. Firai Zeluti). 215a, LEVVISH AM"hIGH Rd. S.E. (Bask BrntDisos). lb BLACKHE'aith   HILL (No*! the BJhfey StaUon). ABE SHOWrNG NEWEST) STYLE^f5* NOVELTIES ~sun?JiBiBlPoK*:&il*ouniti season. Am> Isttu JawermoN. SETS, from........ PARTIAL SETS, per tooth � a. d. 1 1 0 0   8   0 LOCAL ANAESTHESIA APPLIED IN EXTRACTIONS,   2/- All Dental Operations performed with Care and Efficiency. Dental Repairs Promptly Manipulated. BLACKHEA.TH   AUCTION   ROOMS EASTCOMBE   TERRACE. mr.   r. j.  suter, AUCTIONEER     VALUER, 6, hiASTCOHBE TERRACE, BLACK HEATH,S.E 'jStTchlixh'd 1SSS. These AUCTION ROOMS  afford a  first - clasa Median, to Executors and others for Sale of H1CH - CLASS   FURNITURE  4   EFFECTS FREEHOLD 4 LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, MONETARY SECURITIES, Ac Sties erery three weeks. (ioodj caa b� reoeivej daily, or coUectod, on receipt of letter, by covered nzu. P.ir Saff" JV/tim a)tA  CctoJognet ' apply  at   iks At*ctu**irr\ per lb AUSTIN'S TEA, 2/4perib AUSTIN'S TEA 2/10 per J. & A. AUSTIN, HIGH CLASS GROCERS, PROVISION, WINE. SPIRIT J: BEER MERCHANTS, LANTERNS, SLIDES, . | BLACK HEATH   VILLAGE, a5d I .__________,__,, "RST b GAS FOR SALE OB HIRE. LIMEUftHT 0PBBAT0B3 PROVIDBD. EAMES AND BYWATERS, OPHTHALMIC  OPTICIAN8, 213, LEWISHAM HIGH ROAD, SPECTACLES~AND FOLDERS TO  8Uir  ALL t SIGHTS. PANTECHNICON OR COVERED   VANS STEADY   EXPERIENCED MBN. ESTIMATES  FREE. By Ma. R- J. 8TJTER. Poxnlture Sale No. C7. BLACKHBATH AUCTION BOOMS, 17, EAST-COMBE  TERRACE. MB. R. J. SUTER. AUCTIONEER. FURMTUBE Sale No. u7will take place early Next Month. Goods can now be taken in for this Sale,  or collected on receipt of letter. Apply at the Auctioneer's Office, G, Eaetcombe-terrace, Blacxheath S.E. I Bt MxHttf. dyes,  SON,   & HILTON. NOTICE OF SALES DURING THE YEAB 1893. MESSRS. DYER, 80N & HILTON'S Bales by Auction of Estates, Town, Country, or Surbnrb&n Residences, and Investments of every description will be held at the Mart, Tokenhouse-yard, near tbe Bank of England, upon the undermentioned* dates :- Thursday, Jan. 26. Tharaday, Feb. 23. Thursday, Mar. 23. Tbnnday, April 27. Thursday, Jnne 1. Thursday, June 29. Friday, July 28. Tburaday,'Aug.2,. Thursday, Sept. 28. Thursday, Oot. 20. ] Thursday, Nov. 23. | Thursday, Dec. 14. Other dates will be fixed as may be feund necessary. Sales can also be held as is sometimes advisable, in tbe immediate neighbourhood of the property}- be sold, and small houses can be Included in tbeae local sales at fixed inclusive charges, Bt Mr.  H. j. BROMLEY. Ky order of the Rev. W. Martin, who ha* gone abroad, owing to ill health. " SALCOUBE," .-.I. SUNDERLAND ROAD, FOREST HILL. Within three or four minutes' walk of the Railway Station.     " Bale of very superior Household Furniture and Effects. HAYS YOU SEEN � TUB -. CEDARS MODEL   DAIRY 12.   STATION   TERRACE, CHURCH LANE, OLD CHARLTON ? Established to Supply Customers with GUARANTEED    PURE    NEW    MILK, FRESH RAW CREAM, DEVONSHIRE  AND BRITTANY  BUTTERS, NEW LAID i; FRESH COUNTRY EGGS. Thrcr   timet   daily. Motto- pmrrr, cleanliness & punctuality Speciality :- Cabepul Supply or Milk fob the Nursery and Ikvaijds. Carte deliver in Blackbeatb, Charlton, and Woolwich. Orders by post to the CEDARS model   dairy, (Opposite CHARLTON STATION), Promptly Attended to. b Established 18S9. KENT &  SON, TAILORS, NAVAL    AND     MILITARY    OUTFITTERS LADIES' TAILORS AND HABIT MAKERS, 5G,   TRAFALGAR   ROAD, GREENWICH, S.E. 8CH00L AND   COLONIAL   OUTFITTERS. Families and School* Wailed on. b MU. H. J. BROMLEY Is favoured with instructions to Sell by Auction, on the pre-miaes as above, on SATUBDAY, January 21st, _   ___     .____� 1__l '   '     mI..,^ ,1m nnm. anitjea a, mm.c, im� u*.u_,___ at .one o'clock precisely, owing-to the norn ber of lota ; the very excellent FURNITURE, comprising brass and iron ^wli,�~�' arm t..h. mattresses, bedding, handsome American walnut-wood bedroom suite, comprising 0ft wardrobe, pair of docbease toQettee, ash bedroom niu, aata of toilet ware, oommodes, pollard oak dining room solte, including eh. sideboard, set of dining tables, oooofa and chain, full compass iron /tame valuable pianoforte by Bod. Ibach Bonn, In eDenized caes, aamde stool, drawing room easy and occasional chairs, elegant ebony overmantel nft Cln. carved black oak eeeretaire, ladles .bemized cylinder writing table, clocks, bronze .wen, china and other ornaments, Japanese pawls, engravings, etchings aad paintings,Brms-seis and other oarpets, hearthrugs, brass fenders, coal pordonlntns, tawing jiaoMtif, a lofty 6ft,61p oak bookcase, oak pedestal writing table, rsrol ring ooolrstand, Ubrary ohain, CbMMsld lounge, a fine toned wTnerfean flrgan with It atop* and 2 knee swells, braes book sonde, haH stand aad chain, rooking horse, oak aohoot desk with jaat, a grand father � elook in nraaofaaw naa>,flnr�eli�lli. linoleum, aUlr carpet and numerous .kitchen rrqonuiea; tlSS^LLn\f rnangllngxiaohln*,*OiW� � V***T*1"1 ^""F* a^enlb�aandi^a^>Hli��lIw*' Private' Ttow by apadal '^*J5?aE2Ll Janurry 19th. Public rtow, JriJaT. *^S^S lognee maybe had at the omoae <*�&tiwacn��f, facing thrraUwaje^tloi}, f�W*5�^*SS at wiVt Norwood, SAvaratl; ^tn^m-faj*,^ KB.-The exoellanc xeatdaso* to be 1*. Tor particulars andoards to view apply at theoffioas of the AnotlonaeT.     ' T. H- COURT. R.P.C., (Associate Sasttabt Isttttute), BUTLDEB,   PLUMBER,    DECORATOR   ahd SANITARY SPECIALIST. PAINTING, GLAZING, PAPBBHANGING, GAS k HOT WATXR FITTING. BEOCXXEY SANITARY A; BUILDING WORKS. 71, BROCKLEY ROAD. Drawings, Bpecinoationa and Estimates Prepared. Window Blinds of every description Made and Repaired. Sanitary Reports of all classes of property in all parte of the ooontry. Testimonials from Doctors, Architects, and Others 1 brown   bros., ST.    JOHNS,    S.E Near LOAMPIT    VALE,    LEWISHAM lb wm. lawrence, LADIES'^" AND  GENTLEMEN'S   BOOT   AND SHOE  MAKER, 108, HITHER GREEN LANE, LEWISHAJL   S.E., Having taken the above premises, [respectfully solicits your kind patronage and support. The Btock will be found replete with the Newest and most Fashionable Styles. It will be his earnest desire to supply hia patrons with First-class Goods at the Beet Terms. Repairs promptly attaitded tJ. also    at 10, OLD DOVER Rd., BLAOKHEATH S.E b CHANGE   OF    PR�RIE*DRSHIP HENRY WEB& & SONS, OP   SLOANE ^bqtjjlre,   S.W., Bko to Lstthati that taey have taken :.trter -    the WINE.   BPIRrr    AND   BEER   BUSINESS or MR.   NEWLING, " 28,  LEWISHAM  HIGH  ROAD Next to fV  IAH08 JpIANOS ON THE ONE, TWO OR THREE JpiANOS YEARS' SYSTEM. J) IAN OS - piANOS      REPAIRED If  TUNED. piANOS Rebtored to piANOS ORIGINAL TOUCH AND TONE. SECONDHAND   PIANOS Bt Broadwood, Eukxav, Hopuksok, ix, HOW   IN. 8TO0K. Rxr aires Theouohout tsa ru PnracT Order at Low Prices. Warraitties Givett. 219 AHD 221, LEWISHAM HIGHEOAD, S.E. i FOB OVERCOATS & DRESS SUITS 80 TO       ' R. ROSE, TAILOR AND "OUTFITTER, . 92, BTOHBJ* OMflEiK,CATFORD. i; Bt. Dexsta�/i ddfxaxia Aap.OkrjORD ColUoiat� School Oaia, FooTaALL Jersiti, dm. Agent for tWZqtiiUbU Pirt'-ani Accident I FLArTNEL'S.  ' ' � ^ "'" FLANNELS. BLANKETS. BLANKETS. ALL WOOL  FLANNELS Of,   8j,   10J,    1/Oj   and   upwards. A foxz, A&SOBTliXyT OF BERLIN, HIGHLAND, SCOTCH FINGERING AND OTHER KNITTING WOOLS. joshua "tTaLLDER, 100,   102,  104, RUSHEY   GREEN, CATFORD. Butter from Viacount Hampton's Farm, Glynde, Sussex. Ordfrt D rrrii f.> nil parti r'-w  T. CHIiVA & GLASS. IF   YOU   DID   NOT   BREAK I   SHOULD J U S T    L 0 0 K MARSH'S JAP   VASES a n OTHER   NOVELTIES. 16, marsh's HARE    STREET. wb a l f r e i)    e v a -n s, UPHOLSTERER DECORATOR � UNDERTAKER 4$,  VAN BURGH   PARK s removals DONE   B1    EXPERIENCED    MEN APPLY bail e y's   store 20 to SO. B L A C K H E A T II     ROAD GREENWICH. ESTIMATE       FREE. DaUy. ' 5, EASTCOMBE TERRACE. BLACKHEATH.S.Z. ^ | Funerals Prrtonn'dy  C'.niiar'.rl. |    Rout Seatfl, Chairs and Tables Lent on Hire. [ EXPERIENCED    WORKMEN    EMPl.^VtD    uN    t11s PREMISE*. b h. j. thompson, BLIND   MAKER, HIGH HOUSE, MONTPELIER ROW BLACKHEATH, Manufacturer of Inside and Oatside Window Blinds and Shop Blinds of every description. PATTERNS AND ESTIMATES FREE TBE    TRADE   SUPPLIED. Rustic Summer Houses, Arches, Seats and Flower Stands kept in stock. Window Boxes in Tiles. Cork or Wood to order, b ROBERT GEO- HOARE, CHARLTON AND GREENWICH CEMETERY WORKS, SHOOTER'S  HILL ROAD. BLACKHEATH. Headstones. Crosses, and Mocnmenta, in Granite, Marble or Stone, Erected in any Cemetery in town or country, or Exported at lowest possible prices. Ail work entrusted to my care, has my personal attention, having' had a large experience in all kinds of Monumental work. Was entrusted with the erection of the Temple Bar Memorial, in the City of London, which is adorned with statues of Her Moet Gracious Majesty the Queen, and the Prince of Wales, kc. Estimate* and Dttigns f�te Crystal Palace Station). belchamber   BROS., s,  STATION   TERRACE, CHURCH LANE. C HA lit. TON GROCERS, TEA DEALERS. AND    PROVISION     MKSLlIANTS. xmas ""fruits. VALENCIA RAISINS tV-.m :;J. CURRANTS   -   -   -    tVom from ;>i' 1. MUSCATELS   k.   1j.   -'!>� TAFILAT   DATES   �>���   and   hi>. ELEME  FIG3 Per Box. :,}u. : L-��e. 6� BOS1IAN   PLCMS   Finest ALL  TBE ABOVE AP.R  S->�' nXSHOW. b rowte   &   gotts, �(Late BARNES, or Blackheath). F A R R I E R S. OPPOSITE HOLY THIXITV i 'IIL'RCH, BLACKHEATH   HILL. HORSES SHOD ON  THE MuST IMPROVED PRINCIPLE. b DA VIES'   TONIC   LOTION. It cures Baldness, produces Whijker?, Moastacbt-s, Eyebrow*, etc. Tit u neithe'r itu-ku or -/r^-r.y. POSITIVELY  THE   BE6T   HAlRuREWR For strengthening and preserving t)-n� ba'r. it HAS N'hVKR beek EyCALMii . Sold in bcttles for all obstinate and chronic ca*>*** at   fj and 106.   Sample bottlw sent pose free on. receipt of 33 stamcw. Advice and Comniltat'ton grati-* upon ill r>art*r* r-?n cprninj th' /i-iir testi MONlAI^,   with   oh 11..!n a !.-.   TO   UZ os APPLICATION Prepared only br J.  t.  da vies. THE    HARROW.    ETON.    AND     PUBLIC SCHOOLS  TOILET   L'l.l'B. BLACKHEATH     VILLAGE.    KENT campion &  son, F. iK BOXCLOTH, REAVER A MELTON 0\'Ei:COATS 24-2.   HIGH   ROAD,   l.F.Y.   OBEF.N. UWU tsmim.     ._______ Good Yellow Soap, 5)d. the bar. Genuine Yellow Soap, 6d. the bar. Best Primrose, TJd. tie bar, � bare" 19. Good Mottled, 5]d. the bar. Genuine Mottled Soap, 6d. the bar. Best Mottled, 7Jd.the bar, 3 bars 1.9. Finest Soft Soap, 21b. (Una, Sjd., Tin. tins. 1,6. Crashed Linseed O^est), 2d. per lb., ribs. I  Fine new Salmon, 6id. per tin. Fine new Lobster, 7d. per tin. Genuine White Pepper, 2ozs. I jd^ 4oa. 2jd. Finest Swiss Milk, Hox. tins, 2)d. (foil weight). Clothes Line, per dosen yards, 3d.. 4d., fj.d. Pails, Baths, Tin, Ironware, Brushes and Turnery I of every description at equally low pricea.      | H 0 ME     KILL E D     MEAT SPECIAL    NOTICE. FOR   THE   BEST MODERATE      PRICES, Go to the New EstAOlishment- PIANOS.   PIANOS.   PIANOS Oe/a PIANOS arJoRGANS by the leading GEORGE & HARRIS, 250 *^.3*�<%?2�^*& o    qtattoV  TERRACE. 9,   STATION TERRACE, CHURCH LANE. CHARLTON. price   TAttt   
                            

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