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   Blackheath Gazette (Newspaper) - November 23, 1894, London, Middlesex                                rUNEEAL    REFORM. Conducted with Refined Tiate, Sapcrior Appolat-msnts, uid Efficient U&nk^ement. francis CH^pFeLL & sons D1UCTOB8 fubsibssss u7 COUPLCTV Proprietors of the Improved Can & BroughaTTU. OFFICES-liEE   BRIDGE.   LEWI8HAM Foot of Belmont HtU), and 7, COURT YARD, ELTHAM. Octrijge repmrtoientBelaont   Mswi,    Lee Conftani Attendaxcefor Urgent Out i and for tJii Reception of Caw coming by Bail. Complete Amngemanta Underttlua forKDUnli to and from anj dis^noe. ELTHAM, LEE, AND LEWISHAM ADVERTISER. ESTAJLLiaHED H. J. THOMPSON, BLIND   MAKER, HIGH H0D3B, MONTPELIEE HOW BLACK HEATH, Miuinfactnror of Inaide and Oatside Wmd�� Blinda and Shop BUnda of evary description. PATTEESS AND ESTIMATES JRBB TSE   TRADE   SUPPLIED. Knstio Summer Hooaee, Arches, Seat* and Flow Btanda kept in atock. WinJow Boxea in Tilea. Cork or Wood to order. No.   148] FRIDAY, jMOVEMBER   23,   1894. RKamnt�-at -not Gxxxzai. P�st Ottkm.    a Ne [PRICE ONE PEKNY. BIRTHS,   MARRIAGES A DEATHS. KlthAxo-roftd, L�e, tbe wiie of tSyAntj Pembroke, a 8, Fenchurch-BUeat, EC, and Greenwich. CHEAP UNSOLD LOTS. ES3RS. HARDS & BBADLY have for Sale on very advantageont terais the folloie-in( PB0PEETIE8,  bioffht in at recent aaotIon� :- DEPrFORD: - Frethold thop, Wellington �treet. to pay 10 per cent. UPPER HOLLoWAY:- Freehold Dwelling Honre, soitible for oocnpation. PIiDMaTSAD CBRESVBBY ROAD).-LfftBO bold Dwelling House; to pay nearly 9 per oenL PliUMHTEAD (ilARMADO.V BOA.D).-Three Leasehold Dwelling Honaeej to pay 10 per cent. A FREEHOLD BBNTAL of A50 per annom �ao=r�d Dpoo Lioenaed Pnmlsei; to pay npward� of S per cent. GREENWICH.-Freehold Bniinesj Premisei; let on lease to eaUbliahed tenAnta ; to pay ncarl; 7 per oent- PLUMBTEAD (oloae to the Araenal").-7i acrfB ripe Freehold Building Land; ground renta of �.G(M> per annum; oan be created and a profit of from �5 000 to �6.00(r rcawnably anticipated, GREENWIOH. - ImproTed Leasehold Ground Renta of �73 per annum, with raluable rereraion in 14^ year* to �7&0 per annum until leasj expire*; 81 yearn henne. HARVARD ROAD, LBWISHAM.-Very attrac tlTe oottage re8iden:�i, to be sold in pain at Icib thAn ocat of bolldtng. 168, Fenchnroh-itreet, EC, Greenwich,   wmlib Bt MBSSRB. TOPLIB AND HARDING. By Order of the Mortgages. Within a few mlnotea' walk of the SUtion, on the B.E. Ballway. Deilrale Leaaehold Residence, produoing �G6 perauQum, MESSRS. TOPLIB AND HARDING will Sell by Anotion at the Mart, E.G., on FRIDAY 30th November at Two, the oaplul LEASEHOLD RB81DEN0E, known ai No. 20, DorriHe-road, Le* Kent, let on a yearly tenancy and producing �65 per annum, held for an unexplrec] term of 801 ymra at an improved grooni rent, of 415 per annom. Hay be viewed, and partloulara and cooditlona of Sale had at the Hart BO., of Meaar&. Haye. Sohmettau, and Ancmm, Bolicitora, 31, Abchurch-tane, E.C., and of Meure. Toplii and Hording 8'\ Bl Paul's Oborohyard, E.G. Bt Ubbess. FUBCfOKG A BON. AXBEET BOOHS,  BLEA170B  EGAD, WOOLWICH. Sila No. 309 , WOOUWICH   AUnriON   BOOMS, WELLINGTON BTBBBT. rhiB Evening, FRIDAY, November 23rd, 1994, at 7 o'clock predaely. MR. H. TUFNBLL will sell by Auction about 2uO LoLa of Hooiehold FURMTPRE and vliicellaoeovB Effects, oompriaing Iron and brass ^noonted bedsteads, mattreiaea. feather beds, olanketa, sheets, qniUs, Dochewe toilet tables and narble top vaahitandi, walnut and mahogany theati of drawers, toilet ware, toilet glASsn, satin valnnt bedroom suite, drawing-room suite in Timaon velvet, 2 oottage pianoforte*, muslo tools and cabinets, fift. mahoguy sideboard, lining-room chairs, conches, l^y's and gent's 'la'ry chairs, 5ft. ronfaoganj dining t^ble, Iral kitoben table. Windsor and oane seated hairs, walnut overm&ntels, cheflaniers, .^t.imney glasses, BrnsMls and tapestry oarpetj, 'kin and other roga, fenders and fire brasses, nahogany bookcase and books, walnut oval, oentre, loo ana ooca�ional tables, quantity of electro jiated articles, crockery, obina and glass cushion (yred eafei.y bicycle, useful tradesman's van, ^Ingera sewing maohioe, a few lots of jewellery vnd numerous other effects. Goods DOW on view. DeUiled catalogues to be ibkatned at the Anotioneer's Sale Rooms and Offioes as above. PATNLKSS PBOSTHE-no DBimSTBT MR. E. L. HENRY, M.RS,, (From Gsy'a HoipUal, London), SUBGBON    DENTIST, 32, LOAMPrr VALE, HTTHEB GBEES, ySWiaUAU, 8.K. ArtUloial Taeth painleasly a^.^ ^ aUt-witeitO with or without wires. Tb  tor whinh th� itst gold medal was awarded tor npariority at the Ohicago Exhibtticn, an lo natanl looking In appearanoe aa to utterly defy detcctioa. PARTIAL    BETS    �a.    Fat    Taoth. COMPLETE BET ISa. to 48s. PAINLBS8 EXTRACTIONS,  2t STOPPING    OR   SCALING   2s.   �d. Da^Iy attenianca.   C^tuultatiaiu ffratie- PIANOS.    PIANOS.    PIANOS. aCA PIANOS AND 0ROAH8 by the ,iO\J beat makers ; folleat dlsconal allowed for cash; new Vianoe from 16a par month on the hire.purchsae systaa, ouriago and tBsIflgl free ; reliable aeoondhasd Fiaaoa troa �18. Every Piano guaranteed B�ris��i and Strohman-ger (only addresses} 86,- Weatow-hffl, and at Ohuroh-rcad. Upper Nonroad (opjedt* Orratal Palace Station), and 83," High-road, StraaOam (aaar Pnblis Libranr). Xtlond Wadnsadaj at 2. Established 1866. N3,-*^?<�uataae iT   ROAD,   PLUMSTEAD. TO OILMEN AND OTHEBB. MR. H. TUF:TELL will Bell by Auction TOMORROW (8ATUBDAY), November 24th, 1B9(. at Eleven o'clock preolselj, the Stock-ID-Trace of an Oilman (of tha uanal description), �...o awful vans, barnew, several loU of Houeo. hold Fornltare, and acndry other effocta, taken under ezecntion. On view morning of aale.   Cataloguea to be obtained at the Aoctioneer'a  Sale  Rooms Oflicea, 81. Welllngton.atreet, Woolwich. Bt MlSHna. EASTMAN BROTHERS. and 33, MAPLEHDB8T," WEST    HILL,   SYDENHAM. Bt Me. H. j. BROMLEY. ON   THURSDAY,   NOVEMBBE    :9th,   1891 HILL,  NOEWOOD. Preliminary, GROWN MR H. J. BEOMLEY wUl BcU by Anctior., aa above, a large quanUtj of aouud TIMBER and BUILDING MATERIALS. Ftirther partic^lars in due courae. ON   MONDAY,   DECEMBER   3rd,   139*. 4 a 9 BENNETT'S DBPOSITOBY, NOEWOOD   ROAD, S . E MR. H. J. BEOMLEY wlU Seli by AuoUon, aa above.a large qoanticy of useful Household FUENITURB and effects removed from aeveral private residences for convenience of sale. Furniture and eSecU tor absolute sale can be included, particmlara should be sent to tbe Auo-tlaneer at once, at his Offioes, as in preoeding advertisement. Bt Ma. OEOBQE PRATT. So^ Addrrti: POST   OFFICE   HITHER  GREEN. A NATURAL LEAVEN. DUNN'S FRUIT-SALT BAKING   POWDER. DELICIODS BREAD, CAKES. PASTRIES OlfK  TRIAL - TlirOQgh Qrooera,  UN,   k  HILTON. atr.R.'^ DDBINO  THB VEAB 18�4. MBSSEa DTBB, SOS * HILTON'S Sales by AsctioB at BAatea,Towa, Country and Sabarbas "BasldooeB, and Inveatments ot every deaetlptlan will be held at tha Mart, Tokenhonaa Yard, near the Bank ot England, upon the nndsr-mim^**".*'^ datea:- Thursday, Vm. M.       1 Tharaday, Deo- Sa Other datn wHl be Axed as may be found naoeaaaty. Bales can alao tr heU. aa is sometimea adriablK in the immadlale netgbbouihood ot the uniuaity to be sold, and email houset oan be Included In thoo local Mlea at fixzd indotiTa ohargea. i a choice position, upon high ground, within absut ten minutes' woik ot Sydenham Stadoo. and oloee to the Crystal Palace. First class Freehold Investment. MESSES BAdTMAN BEOS, have received in-etrcc'Jocs to Bell by Auction at tbe Mart, Tokenhonae-jard, EC, on TUESDAY, November 2:ih, IS94, a<: Two o'clock punctoally, lbs above superior Detached Freehold Family EESIDE.NCB, coDtaiclng seven bedrooma, fitted bath-room Ch hot and cold scpplies, ezoeltsnt dining room, drawing-room, library, and breakfast-room, good kitchen and offices, pretty couMrvatory potting abed, and large walled-ln garden; alao excellent Detached Subling (with approach from Chareville-circos(. two stalls, double ooach-honie. hameea room, loft and coachman's living rooms, let on lease to J. Brigham, Esq., U D., at �165 per annum. Particulars and conditions of sale can be had of -. W. Eogera, EtKj., Solicitor, 28, FenchurchHtreet, EC, and of the Auctioneers, 23. Bncklenbury, E.C and at Forest BUI, Sydenham and Anerley, ti.E THE LADYWELL STEAM LAUNDRY AND   CLEANING   WORKS, CHURCH GROYE, LADYWELL ROAD Turning directlyoppoaite I�wiaham PohUo Batha, iXD it 119, IfOBWOOD ROAD, WSST MOBWOQD. TEE Laundry haa beeoraoasUy Be.boBt oo tha moat improved SaniUiy Prinoiplaa and balofi eompletely fitted with tha beat modem Appllanos* good Colour, Btyla, andPtmctualitycsuibeguanui. leed. SOMMEBS BBOOMB � .  Paonaioa. The Latmdry la open tor inspection, and ft yiail iasolloitedr [Arge open Drying Gioondfl adjoining meadows. S. G. ^YNES, 121,   HIGH   STREET,   LEWISHAM. (Near the Bank). FLOWERS MILLINERY,   COSTUMES, FEATHERS a FANCY GOODS, .king     nnder    Personal     Bnpervi�on. Moderate Cbargea. piANOS piANOS piANOS jpiANOS   ON THB O.VE, TWO OR THREE p.  "JOS              YKABS'  SYSTEM. piA    IS - pu pi. piv  :08   ORIGINAL TOUCH AND TONE SECONDHAND    PIANOS Bi Bboadwood,  Kivxh* , Hopsixsos, to., NOW    IN    STOCK. ESxpai&xD Throuohout ixn in PaarscT Obdeb at Low PRicxa.   WuiaiNTlxa Givhh, OS OS REPAIRED   Jf   TUSED. RXSTORXD TO 219 AND 221, LEWISHAM HIGH ROAD, S.E. 1 7ANBRUGH PARK NURSERY, BLACKHEATH,   S.E. LEE, LEWISHAM, * BLACKHEATH PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY, THE rNBTITUTE, OLD  EGAD, LEK Attendance on Tueedaya from 8 to 9 p.m. ADVANTAGES. IK) BOBBOWXBa.-Prompt Adnnoea, Hodenta BepaymenH, low legal chargea. ro SHAREHOLDERS,-Sharoa aooumulata at t per cent, lompoturt intaresr,. TO DEPOSrroaS.-Four   per    cent, intereel allowed on auma of �6 and upwards.   Abac. lute aecurity. W. H. LEE, Secretary. Bonuaee periodically declared to Shareholders and Borrowers. 1 COALS A.  LEVETT, NURSERYMAN,  SEEDSMAN,  & FLORIST DUTCH BOOTS IN PBOFUSJON HTAOHTTHS, TULIPS, CROOTJB, SNOWDROPS 80ILLAB, Bro., Fmit  and   Forest  Trees, 8t�nd*rd  and  Dtb-m f Hardy Olimbera for bare walls and fenoes, Bhruba for wirdow boxes. apedAlity in Memorial Wreaths, any daei^, with ?hoiceat FUrwera, sent to all p&rts on receipt of Order. Bv9rf f^rddn rtqitlsiu tuppiUd. T. DA\^^ES WOOD & SON, LATEST STn.ES.   FIT OniRASTEED. AOKNT POa THK " EOOIKIAN   DnXBS  FaBsica." TermaOah. KENNARD BROS., BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS LEWISHAM   BRIDGE. EffTiniJasxn   NaLXLT \ 3C   Yuia. sanitaky engineees,&c SURVEYS   &   REPORTS MADE ON DRAINAGE. Bt  e.  LONG. Removed    from   CantwelLroad,    Herbert-road, Vicaxage-road, and Charlton. AT   THB AUCTION   HALL.   THOMAS   STREET, WOOLWIOH, ON   TUESDAY,   NOVEMBER   27th,     \m. SLONO will Sell b; Auction about 170 lota . of furniture:, oompriaing satin-wood bedroom suite, duchesM table anil marble top washstand, swing glass, two seven-oot. pianofortes in wa.l&ut framea, mnilo stool, whatnots, occasional tablee. 4ft. Gin. brass mounted Parisian bedstead, feather and flock beds, overlay?, blankeU and qoilta, drawing and dining-room suites In eaddlebagi, leather, and tapestry, carpet, chairs, large aoUd oak sideboard with plate glan back oupDoard under, and oellarette, overmantels, mirror, walnut ooal vases, fenders and Irons, marble olook, tea seta, dinner servicej, decanten, obokt of drawpr^. Windsor chairs, ublos, kitchen utenalls, and other items. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27th, 1894, AT 6J0. On riew previous Baturdav, Monday, and day of sale. OatAlogass may be obt&ined ef the Auctioneer, S. Long. 8, Thomas-street, Woolwich. Goods for next Sale may now be entered. RESIDENCES FOB SALE ASD TO LET. Sttabl.thcd 1870. H. BENDY, OIL   COLOUR   AND    ITALIAN    STORES 22,  DARTMOUTH   ROAD, FOREST  HILL. EZ.tbxh,   MoTTTHaHajc,   dTTKT.iTnntaT BiDCUP, BBii-n a Bkxut HatTH. UESSKS. LOGSDAIL &   BEALE, AUCTIONEERS, aUBVETOBB   ASD   LAUD   AOSSTB. OJlou: HEW ELTHAM. 8.E. BEILEI HEATH, MOTTIHQHAM (Hltham Station.-.. H. TUFNELL, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT, THI    AUOnON     BOOMS.    'WKLLISGTON 8TBSEI, WOOLWICH, �ala at romiton. Trade Btoon, Bansnl Bfho^ at hi* old-eitahUihad Bala �very altenata Mday, asd oa Vandar'i owa FreBiaea. �ala of Propatio andBharea an aadaota tenni^ which may ba obCalnad oo applioatloA. Taluatbma f orTranafei, Probate, A'dmtnlntration aadMortgigea. Basti csaHacted, ^^^^f^ ntansfad, and Inmanooi affaoted. AuUoBMt faj anpointauml to tha Woolwleh OmmtrOaart. w AGENT    FOR     STRANGE'S Al CRYSTAL OIL. THi BEST EVER PRODUCED II- PER GALLON, FIVE GALS. FOR IQd. A GAL. THE FINEST WHITE ROSE 8d. per Gallon.  Five Gallons at 7d. a Gallon. PURE WHITB OBYSTAL OIL, For Heating Stoves. 6d. a 3allon.   rive Qallona at 5d. a  Gallon A Good Stoch   of   Brooms,   Bmshea   Steps, dothea Horses. Matr, Candles for the i)rawing-room. Pianoforte, the Bedroom, etc. J. Knight's Soaps. Buitdert and PaiMert tappUed at London Prieei. Pr�B iUtTHTLATBD BPImTB. s (Lati MUNYABD), FAMILY    BUTCHERS, 39,  PERRY  HILL, CATFORD, BLACKHEATH VILLAGE. Br:ST  SCOTCH  AND   ENGLISH BEEF   AND   MUTTON. W   BROWN   &   SONS SPECLUJTIE3    IN    COOKINa    COALS, OaXAT HR.1T PRODCCBSa AT LOW Pricbs. Rose Main, Derby Bright*, and Acme Nuts all carefully screened. Prices on applifaiion at tJie ofices. LBK  GREEN, LEB    RAILWAY    STATION    a HIGH   STREET    ELTHAH. ]yj;ONEY   j^DVANCEB ms WATCHB3, JBWgLLFBT, SiLVSH   Aim    Blkctro  Plat*. E*IASOroBTBS, MualCAi. Instruments, P.iNTXNes^ Chisa, Baoszss, WaARING Appabbl ajtd EVERY    DESCEIPnON    OF PEOPERTY AT VALUABU: JAMES SPRUNT & SON, THE   CLOCK   HOUSE, 75,   LOAMPIT   VALE,   LEWISHAM. fFiva minutea from Lawiaham Junction). C. J. GATEHOUSE, Supplies at the moat Moderate Bate, aH that t naoaaaary to make A    O.^RDEX    BB.MTIFIJL. BEDDING PLANTS, SEEDlINQS. CBEEPEHS. OhaPLETS, CHOSaSfi, Wreathb ajtb Bouqdbts. rRox <(. Floral Dtesrations of every Description a ;,^psciaiily GARDENS  LAID  OUT And attended to by contract, day, week ar year Grmrei Irpl im Oria try ArraxgeauiO. otrrisol no esncr. SPRING CLEAN i SPRING CLEAN! EVERYTHING DYED OR CLEANED Qmcklij, at Moderate Fn<:is, BY the ROYAIj DYEING & CLE.\NING Co., 20,   HIGH   ROAD,   LKE. JAMES   MAJOR, BUILDER,     HOUSE    DECORATOR CONTRACTOR FOE GEKEEAL EEPAIR.S HCiUSE   AND   LAND   AGENT. C. J. GATEHOUSE GRANVILLE   NURSERIES (N�ar St Staphen's Church), LEWISHAM  .JUNCTION. OSCAR    HOUSE    STUDIO. A N D R E � (Late MITCHELL), PHOTOGRAPHIC   ARTIST, 137, HIGH ST., LEWISHAM. PORTRAITS, GROUPS. LA.NDSCAPES. High.claaa work at modecate Prices. Children  a  Speciality by   the  most  Bodetw Inatantaneous Froceas without extra charge. Platinotypea, Enlargements, Water Colount and Oil Paintings done in the beat atyle. Agenu wanted on Cvrimit^ion to form Cluit. ROAD HOSTB MiDE ISLE OF WIGHT SAUSAGES PamiUaa WaiUi Cro% DaOy. BA MESSRS. HNETT AND CO HOUSE    FUESISHERS HATING   EENEWED   THBIB LEASE Wish to OSer the.Remafiider of their woll-aaaorted Stock of New ana  Saoond-hand FXJll]tTITUIlE At the same advantageous and low prices aa during thoir SALE Efltablij�hed at the following address for over JO 62,    RUSHEY    GREEN,   S.E. ESTlil.lTES   FREE. �12, HAMMERTON, KIRKDALE,  SYDENHAM. CHRISTMAS ENTIRELY SEASON 1S'.)4. NEW   STOCK, IMMENSE   VARIETY   OF   VIENNESE PARISIAN   FANCY   GOODS Scirablo For PreaenU AND All The L.vTEjr Oeksmn Noneltils. DAINTY   SACHETS,   COSIES,   CUSHIONS, WOBKBAQS,   BASKETS,   Etc. THOSE   WRO   TRAVEL RAIL,   B 0 A 1\   OR bhodxd BEMEJIBEa  to PROVISION THEMSELVES FOB  THEIR  JOCBNEY. THE FINEST HAMS, THE BEST OF BEEF, CnOICKST OF TONGUES ALWAYS ON CJT AT F.  C.  FLOWERDEW'S 56,   HIGH   STREET, LEWISHAM. Pic-yic Pi^,   Soiipt, aid oiher   Dflieanrt. DUTCH BULBS DiBiOT FROM HULLASD. HYACINTHS,   TULIPS,   CROCUS SNOWDBOPS,  HAHCISSU3. POT    SHRUBS For Window Borea, tc. Speciality:- GUINEA   &   HALF   GUINEA EMBROIDERED    DINNER   CENTRES TABLE   COVERS. ASD A  LARGE   ASSORTMENT   OF   WOOLS. FOREST TREES & FRUIT TREES IVIES,   CLEMATIS, VIBGmiA  CBBBPBB8, AMPBLOPsis mrciu ARTHUR   CARTON. BLACKHEATH. Ebtablishkd 27 Yeass. A BLACK & SON, "GUILDERS,    CONTRACTORS   AND ARTISTIC  DECORATORS, CHURCH DECORATION A SPECIALITT. SA5ITATI0N a BnaoiaUty. Diahii teited by tha new Bpedally-luinrosed Appaiatoa, Sanitary, and Flombfiir work of aU daamip-tions. DOapadationa in Bindings, Jtc, prompt^ attended to.^ Skilled workmen only employed. Good aoond' work guaranteed. F.afimatea given for town or oountjy. Horticultural Buildings. Jobbing In all the BnBdlng and Deoorating Branches. BLACK   &   SON, 8TBAM JOINEBY WOEKfl, Pii-RRY VALE, FOREST HILL. Something lo Suit Everybody. ALL MUST BE  CLBARBB FOB A SPRING STOCK, Hora THI Ainajaa:- 2,   BRIDGE :HOUSE, LEWISHAM, S.E. PRESENTS   FOR   GENTLEMEN. W- BRICE, 68    WELLS   ROAD,   SYDENHAM. GENERAL SMITH, GAS  AND  HOT  WATER  FITTER. Lawn Mowers.  Garden Shears  Repaired and Ground.   Bnildera Iron Work made to order on Shortest Notico.   Terms Cash. a BUILDER  AND DECORATOR. E A T T W O O D , CAMBRIDGE   HOUSE, SYDENHAM Rd., SYDENHAM (Oppoeite Trewabury-road). Having completed  the   building of  the above Premiaea into which he haa removed, �ul carry on the buainesa ot a BUILDER  AND  DECORATOR. Every Bianih in tha Building Trade oJtimated for 1 nd gojd sound work guiranteed. a BRISELDEN BROS., FEBSTCL^3S FRDITERERS k GREE^GROCSR-S 78, RUSHEY GREEN,   CATFORD sxd AT 5.5*. LOAIIPIT ViLE   LEWISHAM raatilisi Waited Upon Dail^. ALEXANDR.\ FENG HOTEL, E . SPACIOUS   AND   ELEGA.NT BILLIARD   SALOON, Two Match Tablee by Geo. Wright A Co.. of Westminster Bridge Road, fitted with their patea Low Sxcelaior Cushions. Tablee ReOjvered.   New Balls.   Top Lighta for Day Play,   Separate entrance. WINES,   SPIRITS,   AND    MALT   LIQUORS OF THB BBST QUALITY. BASS   PALE   ALE   OS  DRAVaHT A Mabkzh in Attksda.ncs. H. FRANCIS, Peopbietob. J.   

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