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   Blackheath Gazette (Newspaper) - April 7, 1893, London, Middlesex                                OHOIOB TAEI1TT BEDDING PLANTS BEADY IN MA ?. STANDARD   AND  DWARF roses- A Splendid Ajiortomt of FOREST TREES to be Sold Cheap at arthur garton, FLORIST, ST. JOHN'S PARK ROAD NURSERY BLACKHEATH. Cot   Flowhs,   Weeathb,   Ckobsks    and BooQtma to Omn. AiVOTHEE   CO YS IGNjfE JfT" 01' ADVERTISER. FOREIGN   CURIOS MARSH'S. J c s r     LOOK. 16,    HARE    -S T U E K 7 . WOOLWICH. No.   67 RKCBtTmttJtD Pt>B TsLAMMHISSJOW I� TUB   tJ�ITXD  IlJfnDOM MEDAY,. APRIL   7,   1893. Rscirrnxs at thk Gkkkmai. Pobt Orrtcr as a XiwsrArcx [PRICE ONE PKNXY BIRTHS, MABRIAGES   A DEATHS i births. GARDNER.-On the 29th inrt., at the H�wthorae, Porert Hillroad, Honor Oak, the wife of Thorns* Gardner, ot a boil MARRIAGES. EVANB-MBRRITT.-On the 25th March, �t St. BartbOloaew'i, Sydenham, by the Rev.  W. A MoberiyVa M.A., vicwr, Riohard Lanrley Brani, eld�t Q&bl Joseph W. Evan*. West Kensington, to Hdei? A- Merritt, only dangiiter of Thomma Marriaf. of Lover Sydenham. BAOT^a-ROUTH.-On the 29th nit, at 8t-AHfaitino's, Honor Oak Park, by the Rev. Percy W*yte-CoIU.nl, M-A-, Alfred Fleming, son ol John Budes, of Claphara, to Graoe Emily, daughter of the late James Booth, of Heath-bank, Wandsworth Common, and of Mrs. James Booth, of Mayfair Hosse, Honor Oak Pule DEATHS. BIRT-On the 80th nit, AmeHs Birt, of The Copse, Wiabledoa. widov of the Lata Daaid Birt, of Lee, CHARLR3WORTH.-On ike 19tfa nit, Annie Cattierira. the wife of Charles Chariesworth, aged M yean, at 73, Creaoeait-road. Plamstcad. DIVKS.-On the 80th ult^ at Hawfcr-road, Upper Garwood, Georgina Catherine, aged 21, wife of James Dtraa. GORDON.-On the 29th olL, at 102, Barrage-road. Plnmitead, Joseph Gordon, Lata foreman of the Rifle Shell Jfonniiry, aged 66 years. Deeply lamented by-aJl. w STONE.-Oo the Slst ult, %* C, Lan�downe-f lace, Greenwich, Thomas Stone, in his sixty-seventh year. SCOTT.-On the Jit inst. William Comer Bcott, oceply regretted, at 48, Manor-park, Lee, late of Cbarchill and Sim TAYLOR.-On the 25th March, at Orchard Cottage, Galleywood, ChelmBford. after a very painful illness. Thomas Taylor, aged 66 rears. Wi LSON.-At Oakdeoe, Silrerdale, on the 29th ait^, Artfaar Charles Wilson, snb-eontroiler of the Poit Office Savings Bank.   RJ.P. ik Memobiam Id loving memory of William John Porder, late of tbe Jlnrai Anentl, who passed away 1st of April. 1892, agei 85.   Gone, but never forgotten-Id loving memory of my affectionate basband, William Banks, who pasted -away April 9th, 1891, Gone but never forgotten. Bt Messes. JEN HNS & SON'S. BL AC KB. EATH    AUCTION    ROOMS EASTCOMBE   TERRACE. mr. r. j.   suter, AUCTIONEER     VALUER, 9, E4STC0MBE TERRACE, BLACKHEATH, S.E EitablUhrd 1SSS. These AUCTION    ROOMS afford a first-clnes Medinm to Execntors and others for Sale of HIGH - CLASS    FURNITURE   it   EFFECTB FREEHOLD 4 LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, MONETARY SECURITIES, R. Sales every three weeks. Goods can be reoeived daily, or collected, on receipt of letter, by covered vans. Fur   Sale  Term*  and   Cataloguer   apply at   the A uetioncer t Office at above. MB.  R.  J.   SUTER Also undertaken the Valuation of all descriptions of Property, and makes the Valuation ef FURNITURE, WORKS OF ART. OLD CHINA SILVER, Ac., A SPECIALITY. fob Probate Dtttt, Family Division k Insurance ME.  R.  j.  SUTER Oan also arrange for the purchase of Collections of Works of Art, or for their removal and Sale either by Commission or Pnblio Auction, m Bt Mb. R. J. SUTER. ON   TUESDAY   NEXT. Byorder of Hr. John Bass retiring. "EARL   OF  MOIRA,"   SHOOTERS   HILL, KENT. (Close to the Herbert Hospital). MR. R. J. SUTER has been favoured with instructions to Sell by Auction in the Paddock, at the rear of the above mentioned historic house, on TUESDAY, 11th April, 1693, at Three p.m. precisely, a few effects from the residence, and tho whole of the live and dead stock comprising three cows in profit, the Arab Stallion " Pearl" (winner of several raoei abroad), a, pony, mare donkey, six prime porkers, two governess oars, a gig, three sets of pony harness, several head of poultry, two saddles and bridles, nanny goat, two young nannies, thirty iron hurdles, chaff machine, haying implement, ladders, steps, tnilk cans and measures, pigeons and pigeons houses, sundry casks, about half a load of hay, set of football Koal posts, &o., &x., and sundry articles of household furniture. May be viewed the afternoon previous and morning of sale. Catalogues may be had on tbe premises and at the Auctioneer's Officer, G, East-combe-terrace, Blackheath, S.E. inlsb BLACKHEATH    AUCTION   ROOMS 17,   EASTCOMBE  TERRACE. Furniture Sale, No. 71. MB. R. J. SUTER will Sell by Auction at his Auotion Rooms, as above, on TUESDAY, 18th April, 1893, at 2 p.m., precisely, a excellent assortment of Household Furniture and Effects, inoluding two cottage pianofortes, a harmoninm with 10 stops, sideboard, cheffonler, two dining tables, set of dining room chairr, itc, 4c. &c. A few more lots can be taken in for this Sale, if arranged for at once, or oollected oa receipt of letter. Apply at tbe Auctioneer's OrEoefi, G, Eostcombe-terrace, Blickbeath, 8.E. mlbs Br  Mjhbbs.  DYES,  SON,   &  HILTON. N0TICE,0F BALES DURING THE YEAS 1893. MESSRS. DYER, SON 4 HILTON'S Bales by Auction of Estates, Town, Conn try, or Burborban Rtaidfirjoes, and Investments of every d�cription will be held at tbe Mart, Tokenhonne-yard, near the Bank of Fngland, upon tbe undermentioned dates:- I Thursday, Bept. Thnnday, April 27. Thursday, Jime L Thursday, June 29. Friday, July 28. Thursday, Aog. 24. I Thursday, Oct. 26. Thursday, Nov. 23. Thursday, Deo. 14. Other dates will be fixed aa may be faundnaces-sary. Bales can also be held as is sometimes advisable, in tbe immediate neighbourhood of the property V be sold, and small nouses oan be in-eluded these local sain at fixed inclusive charges.___ Bt Mb. WILLIAM  HOUGHTON. By direction of the Truttees of tbe late O. Payne, Esq. SYDENHAM  AND   PECKHAH. Toe Capital Long Leasehold Family RESIDENCE pleasantly situate on high ground, known as " Dalbousle," S3, West-UU, Sydenham, containing eight bed end dressing-rooms, bath-room, dining end drawing-rooms of good dimensions, oapitai offices, stable end good garden, 1st on e repairing agreement et �86 per annum. The property is held for a term expiring September, 1351, et e ground rent of sU2 10s.; also the emmodltmt Detached BetUenee, known ee "Elm Dene,'' 19, linden-grsre, Psckham, contains tlx bedrooms, bathroom, two large reospUon-rooms, conservatory, excellent sffloefj large garden, let to the Ber. W. 8. Bait, on three yean agreement from M*roh, 1891, at ZK per, annum; tie^ropertr is held (with t&e exonx tion of a small-portion of. .the fasararerbioItW. Freehold)/ore term of �*eata�mOoJMseeev 1M9, We ground rent of �7 per ennnm.wUeh will be eold by Anotioa br MB. WILLteJI HOUGBTDK et the Mart Tokenbraee Yard, H.O, oa TTTESDAY, Uy 2nd, 189S, at Twoo'olook in two lote. Partioolars and Conditions ef Bale maybe had of Mesee*. W. Honghton end Son, SoUeiton, �6,-Hew Brpad-etnet, and of tbe Anotioneer, M, Old Broadetnet, London, E.a � LBWISHAM HIGH ROAD, AND JATFORD aE. a Leasehold Rental of �62 14s. per annnm, secured upon two shops, and four dwelling houses for Investment. MESSBa JENKINB � SONB will Sell by Auction, et the Mart, Tokenhouse-yard, E C. on Friday, April 14, at Two, as follows :- LEWIS HAM HIGH-ROAD. - A Leasehold Rental of �62 14a. per *nnun, well seonrod upon two first-class shops, Noe. 11 and 12, Bank-buildings, Lewisnam High-road; let on lease.-Solicitors, Messrs. Booth Stacey.and Castle, 14, Southampton' street, Bloomabury, W.O. OATFORD.-Stmr Dwelling-honsea known as Nos, 1 to 4, Gordun-terraos, Porthoawe=road, Jen at Si. per week each, producing �83 4s. per annnm ; leases 88 years unexpired'; Rronnd-renti KG 10s. each.-Solicitors, Ueesxs- Lockyer and Avery. 487, Hew-eroevroed, BJS, Partienlen and oondxtione of sale obtained of the respective BoUoftan; end et tbe Auctioneers' offices, 171, Lewishers High-road. New Cross, S.E By Order of the Executors ef the late J ames Smiub, Esq. BROOKLET, NEW CROSS, DEPTFORD, asd CATFORD. Valuable I >itt ntitH esBArrmfe fitoan "   More iet&ietnt of the Mtghhourttcot. B A Y-I.'ON'. "S^'S T 0, R E S, 126, RtlSHEY GREEN, CATFORD. j. r.  slade. ESTATE AGENT, VALUER AND  BUSINESS TRANSER   AGENT. (Rrgiitered Broker ani Finanrial Anrntt. LOAXS FROM �10 TPWARDS, At Two Days' Notice, for long or short periods. REPAYABLE    BY    EASY    INSTALMENTS PRIVATE    MORTOAG ES    F.rFECTZD VALUATIONS FOR PROl'.ATE. THE  BEST MEDIUM  IN  NEW  c:�S FOR THE SALE OF SHOPS    AND    BUSINESSES Or  a>-t  DEEcaimo^. REGISTRATION     FREE. NO   SALE,   NO   charge Established 1839. kektT son, TAILORS, NAVAL    AND    MILITARY    OUTFITTERS LADIES' TAILORS AND HABIT MAKERS. 56,   TRAFALGAR   ROAD, GREENWICH, S.E. SCHOOL  ASD   COLONIAL   OUTFITTERS. Families and SrhooU Waited on. b PHARMACY & DENTAL SURGERY 32,    LOAMPIT    VALE, LEWISHAM,   S.E., Etlabluhj'd .'>d.\ A DDIIE3S   -� 385,     NEW     CROSS     ROAD CN'kab S.E.R. Station"). ml HOW TO GROW YOUR OWN CHRYSANTHEMUM   SEED By Mr. C. B. SHEA. HOW TO GROW Japanese Chrj**ntb*xnams for Rxbibttioa. By Mr. C. B.SHEA HGW TO GROW Selection of B�� Exhibition Varieties for 1693. By Mr. C B.SHBA. HOW TO GROW Incurred CbrrsaaibcniaTii for Exhibition. By Mr. H.8HOE3MITH. Also A Short History of the Chrywnthpmnrn, By Mr. C. HARMAS PAYN'E. All the abort; xrc included in H J. JONES' CA taloo UK, which also conuitu teveral Ilttutrvfioav a Select Li\t of New Varieties for the present lesson, a* well a\ the most reliable list of Older Varieties. This is without e-xception the mott valuable work oo the Chryunthemum ever pubiiibed. Now ready, post 7 >t2�f�. Of h.   j.   jones, RYECROFT NURSERY, HITHER GREEN, LEWISHAM, S.E. FURTHER  REDUCTION   IN   PRICES. MR. E. L. HENRY, M.RS-, SURGEON DENTIST AND CHEMIST, (from b'uy'x ffiirpdai /.oruiV/i), 8nppiies Axtiflcial   Teeth,  constructed   oo   En improved    Scietific    Principle,     life-like     in appearance, and admirably adapted far articulation, maaticatioD, and oomfort. SET8, from 2\ -; PARTIAL SETS, from K� f,; SINGLE TOOTH, from 2 Local Anesthesia apphed in Extractions, _ -.   b DA VIES'   TONIC   LOTION. It cares Baldness, produces Whiskers. Moustaches. Kyebrow?, etc. It Lf ntltthfr .tS'-i'V IT '/-''rJ.ry. POSITIVELY  THE  QEsT   HA I RbftES> i >'G For rrtrenfrtheniDi? and preserving the ha.r. IT HAS NB.VER P.EEN' RECALLED. Sold in bcttles for all obstinate and chronic >;aae? at "> R and 10 6.   Sample bottles -lent post fret uu receipt of 33 stamps. Advice and t.'onsiiltation nritii upon all matter* ,-on cenunij the hair. TE6TIMONIAL?,   WITH   OBHiDJAl.?,   TO   BB   SKEN ON APPLICATION. Prepared only bv .J.  T.   D.WIES. the    harrow,    eton.    and     PUBLIC SCHOOLS  TOILET   CL'JB. BLACKHEATH     VII.I.ACJK.    KKNT CAMPION  &  SOX. B0XCL0TH, HEAVEU a ML:. roN OVLRC0ATS M2,   HIGH   ROAD.   LEE   GREEN. r. g hoake & SONM SHOOTERS   MILL   ROAD, aj7t   AT ALUM CHINE ROAD. YVI.-.T BOUR.NEMOUT:: A.ND   WOOLWICH. MONUMENTAL     AND     GKNERAt STONE   MASONS. MONUMENTS   IN   marble,   STONX   Oil ORA.n ;te. Head   Stones   and   Monument.   P^c^Tr-z:.. [NiaaiPTioNS Niatly Cut Oct. Estimates and D*:;t<]:i.� j ' r..(inUd on A np!;.a't  the bar. Gennine Mottled Soap, Gd. the bar. Best Mottled, 7Jd. the bar, 3 bars 1 9. Finest Soft Soap, 21b. tns, 6 jd., 71b. tins, 1 6. Crashed Linseed (Best), 2d. per lb., Tibs. 1;-Fioe new Salmon, 5)d. per tin. Fine new Lobster, 7d. per tin. Gennine White Pepper, 2ozs. 1 jd., 4om. 2jd. Finest Swiss Milk, Hoz. tiD�. 2jd. (foil weight). Olothes Line, per dozen Tarda, 3d., 4d., 5jd. Pails, Baths, Tin, Ironware, Brushes and Turnery of every description at equally low prices. TRIAL    SOLICITED.   1 FLANNELS. FLANNELS. BLANKETS. BLANKETS. ALL  WOOL  FLANNELS 6J, 8j, 10j,  l/0j astj trrwABDS.         A Full Asbosthxst or BERLIN, HIGHLAND, SCOTCH FINGERING AND OTHER KNITTING  WOOLS. joshua t. allder, 100,   102,   104, RUSHEY  GREEN, CATFORD. CHANGE    OF    PROPRIETORSHIP henry webb & sons, OF SLOANE  SQUARE,  S,W., Big to Intimate that they have rakes over the WINE,   SPIRIT   AND   BEER   BUSINESS oy MR.  NEWLING, 38, LEWISHAM HIGH ROAD Next to tie SoldtMUV' IiutituU. FamUlea supplied with Ales and Stoat In ouka ot 4| fallons and upwards, direct from the Breweries. WI3TBS,   SPIrTtT ASD   BBBBS, In single bottles at wholesale prices. Ordere ty Put tfcent frfytiy', ttttKlm. C.  HOLDAWAY. PLUMBER   AND   PAINTER, 9,   BELMONT   HIU..   L KK Special attention given to Sanitary Work. ESTAMATE3    FOR    GENERAL    REPAIRS. CONTRACTOR under tho London Provincia Panitary Company, Palace Chambere?.Westminster (Messrs. Bailey Denton Son d- North, Surveyors) who grant Certificates to Houses, after the necessary S^nilary alterations. b e.  LOAT, 122, BURNT ASH ROAD. LEE. Sole Aoem poh WILKINSON'S    CELEBRATED     CAKE PREPARA1 IONS For Seed, Snltana, Sponge. Snow. Madeira. Cocoa-nnt, Currant, Rice an Pound Cakea, Pauies and Scones. By utintj these Preparation* !he  ma�* inerperitwrd verton can produce Lujht. Rich, Dclis-oh* Cake* at n Sominal Co*t nf 8id- ?� t   KEPAIP.S Note the Aiitiress .- IOS.    HLACKIIK.'. vn     HILL.    s. :. , \ I; LOST   nmcK. 90. TRAFALGAR RD.  EAST GREErr.VI'.:.   CHARLES i>. HARRIS, GENERAL FURNISHING AND BUILDERS' :R0NM0NGEK, gas    ASD   hot   water    engtvel:. EsTTMATES and DEFin'r SrBM!T'vD t'OK ir, DE^airTii.v or Wcaic. 7,   LANGT0N   TERR.\L'L\ SHOOTERS    HILL    ROAD, blackheath. b H.  J.  THOMPSON, BLIND   .MAKER. HIGH HOUSE, MONTPELIER ROW BLACKHEATH, Mannfaotnrer of  Insu>  and  OuLai.ie  Wind-i-.v Blinds and Shop Blinds of every description. PATTERNS AND tSTIMATES PRES THE   TEALt.    SUPPLIED, Rustic Summer Houses, Arches, Seata and Flo-ver Stand? E''pt in stock. Window Boxes in Tiler, Cork or Wood to crJer. b C o A L s W.   BROWN   &   SONS } t. 's SPECIALITIES     IN     COOKING    C0AL3, Great Heat PsoDf-CRS at ltx Phices. Rose Main. Derby Bright*, and Acme Xcta all carefully .creened. Price* on appli' 'l'.ion at ths nyice*. LEE   GREEN. LEG    R A I L W A i     STATION    sad HIGH   STREHT    ELTHAM. b VANBRUGH   PARK   NURSERY BLACKHEATH.   S.E. george eYson, HIGH CLASS TAILOR, 128  BURNT ASH ROAD.  S.E. ' (Cum to Lis Station.) INDIAN, COLONIAL AND GENERAL OUTFITTER. SHIRTS MADE  TO MEASURE  ON THE SHORTEST   NOTICE. SCHOOL   OUTFITS    A    SPECIALITE Repair* and Aittrationt. Work Done  on the Premises. t. browns UMBRELLA    INFIRMARY, Opposite LEWISHAM OLD CHURCH. Broken ribs reset and the old body nut in lasting order. Rscovebivg rs one HOTrU AJpmca     ........      2.6  to tl;> Sateen     ...      .....     2/6   , .V- Gloria      ...       .....      i �    ,. fi - Sttk............     6 C   , iv- BTICKS    FROM    la.     RIBS    Gd. Walking StirJt* dretird and re-mounted.       b FOR SPECIALITIES IN CAKES GO TO w. j. wheeler's, THE POST OFFICE, HITHER GREEN, For Ban/ Tears with Hill & Son, City. BEST GENOA CAKE, Sc. and 10d. feb lb. Bouts,   Crjlamb   asb   Jblues. On the Sbortest Notice. DELIVERIES DAILY IX LEWISHAM, LEE, BLAOXHEATH k GREENWICH. fbnUie* ioaited on daily for trieri.     1 A.   LEVETT. NURSERYMAN,  SEFPSMAN, a  FLORiriT And Gir-iiEN CoNTBicToa. English    and    J-  -�'��;n    Fru DUTCH   BULBS   I 'J    GREAT   VARIETY. Fruit and Foreat Treen.  Standard and  Dwarf, Roses.   Shrubs fo: window decoration. Wreaths xst> Cswwzv, Rocqcets and rosi>;s. Equal in Btyle to Covenl Garden at reduced prices. Cut Flowers fresh fro en Coven: Garden daily. Weddmgt and frt.:'.* Furnuhr-,1. E3Tiu;7r.s Free. b C .   bond, SHIRT     .M A KER. BLACKHEATH   VILLAGE OLD   SHIRT?   J\E^i 01'A TED. LUCK   AND   Co., GENERAL   IRONMONGERS, aa and Hot Water Ecpneers, Plumbers, Beii-Hangera, Smiths, Stove and Range Manufacturer a, Tin, Iron and Zinc-plate Workers, 49, M05TPBLIER VALE. BLACKHEATH, S.E., (Corner of Royal Pabadk). Agent for Royal Fire and Life Insurance Company Registry  Offire t\,r SerrantJ. b PURE   RICH   MILK. r. norman, THE  DACRE   PARK   DAIRY, 12, CHURCH STREET, LEE. ENGLISH   Bl ITER. SEW LAID BREAKEAtJT s COOKING EGJi 8PECIAL MILK FOB INFANTS i INVALIDS. Batter from Viscount Hampton's Farm. Glynde, Sussex. Orders     '  ee'td'Jo r.:  pirt* F,mr Tmei DfJt).   

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