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   Blackheath Gazette (Newspaper) - February 14, 1896, London, Middlesex                                FUNERAL    It E F c R M . Bdaeiafwiis'fi�^^^M,^npaS Appointments, and FJftjient Management. FRANCIS OHAPPELL & SONS DlBKJTOBS un' yirasjBBKSB or Oobplits Biquexmihts. Proprietors ef the Improved Cart d Brougham* OFFICES- LEE   BRIDGE,   LETflSHA ii Footef Belmont Hill), 7, COURT YAB�, ELTHAM a*� 4*,  BURNT ASH B�AB. Cairitge Bepertnient:- Belmont   Hem,   Lee Constant Attendancefor Urgent Oaetiemiftr (At Beaeption of Votes coming bp BaU. Ocnsrdet* Arrangements Undertakes for JTaMrals to tod iron ut distance. Jk BeTABLISHE* 181G. , LEE, 3WISHAM ADVERTISER. � �    ....., y:- VmmAY,  FEBRtf H. J. THOMPSON, BLIND   MAKER. HIGH HOUSE, M0NTPELI7::-' -.0 7 BLAOKHEATH, Manufacturer of Inside and  Oatai.ie Wlrvlo^ BliDds and 3hep Blinds of every description. PATTERNS AND E3TIMATE3 VRE TB�   TRADE   SUPPLIED. Rustic Summer Houses, Arches, Seats and Flower Stands kept in stock. Win-lovr Boxes in Tiles. Cork or Wood to order. Ho. 211] 14,   m*3 r tkx GmuL Post Otftc* as a Nrwsravrzx [PRICE ONE PKSTNY. BIRTHS, MARRIAGES & DEATHS, outre*. CHAMBERLAIN -Wi inst, at Hllbas>. th* wife 0/ Lieut. Henry Chamberlain, BJS, Retired List,ef a boo. SKITH^-On the lid latL.Jat 6. Bast*oab*^nIla*> Blackheaah, the wife of Major Btamlej 8mlto, Royal Artillery of a daughter. rarloTS^ith i*tt_ at Aracario, Croydon-Ioad. _Anerley, the wifecf A. F. H. Vlnias, at a son. WRIGHT.-Onth.tOto intt. at Glyn lira, Oader- hill-road, Dulwua, the wife of Frederic Hdwarf Wright, solleitcr, eta - -.......rmemnifli   ."'       v-.'-."- WABTaTB-TBAtTP..-Oa die aMS lit, at �tf tsetse's. Heimlmttr-iT-irT^'l"- Bsnry Warter. at Bt. Austin's, Booth Horwood-hilt, to Valetta A. aL Trapp, eldett daughter-^f Heary Tale Trapp, at Beaeosfield, Gipry-hill, Upper Sorwood. SUTM ABHOLD.-sth imt, Aotepn Collin* Arnold, of St Helen's, Honor Oak-nad, Forest-hill* ased 64. SHOD.-9th lnit.; at 97, Leuard-reed, Bar km turn Charles Dixon Badd. la hie tiat rear. BATHE.-On the 10th tut, at IB, The Arcane, Dpper Ecmoi Peter Barns, at.A- LLJD.,ion at the Bev. Ohariee 4Tohn Bsyne, aged tb J ears. SBOMXiBY.-sih tast.,st Hindtlsr House, Treell-lian-road, lit. John's, Wroifrad Amy, eldest ehlld of Henry and Amj Bromley, afed foar year* and uiae months. �ODBZOIL-On the 4th inst, at the Bell Watergate, Woolwich, Mr. eTranfc 0. Carton,-ared SO rears, FARMER.- 10th inst, at Corrilla Huuss, Bscken-ham, in her 04th year, Isabella, widow of the late' Henry Farmer. �FRENCH.-7th Inst., at hie rettdeuos, Lewiaham High-road, Richard Freaeh, aged 19 year*. IKKUAND.-7th Inst, at Upper Norwood, Asne, widow of John James Ireland, MJL.0.&, li H * , afed SO yean. � AOKAVOr.-'On the 6th intt, at 4e,Llsaover-ro*d Plomstead, Lucy, the beloved wife of* fid ward Mackavoy, retired Fleet Bngiaeer, Boyal 35try, aged-66 years. atARHa^On Feb. ?th, at Mint-walk, Park-lane,, Croydon, the residenoe sf her eon, after a'long and' painful illnr*e, Mary Marks, danghter of the late T.T. Boas, CityBridgmaster, agedw years, MOBBTON__7th inst., at It, Maraden-roaJ, East Onlwioh, Smma, widow of Charles Edward More-ton, of Peoknars, aged 77, BOWLBT.-On the 6th inst, al TreseUlian-road, Bosetta. wife of William Rowley, of Brookley BCrllLI>INO.-9tb intt, at (8, Crystal Palaee-park-road, (ree. fiohilllnf. in his 69th year. TURHBULL.-Oo the 4th init, at-SlO.'Frierri-road. Bast Dolwich. Barah Tnrnbnll, in her 79th year. TYIjEli__On the 9th last., at 86,  DarGeld-road, Brookley, B.E. W. H. Trier, late bead master of Bt Berionr's Mission, and 'Union-street Board -BchooL, VV'oolwioh^n his 78rd year. Interred atPlnmstead' Cemetery. IB Memobiah. In loring remembrance of Edmund John 'Burfoot, Bergeant iB^al Marines, Chatham Division, who entered into rest iFebruary 4th, 189S. Age 28 years. Gone but never forgotten. 1a loring memory of Martha Matilda, the beloved wife of Bdward Henry Horntey, of 4, WUIiam-atreet, Woolwich, who departed this life iFeb. !18th, 1890. aged-66 years. 'Gooe but not forgotten. J. G. THOMAS & SONS, FUNERAL   BISECTORS   AND CJeJgBiAGE MASTEEfi, 70, HIGH STREET, DEPTFOBL PBNBBAiS  OONB SESPEGTABILITY AND EOONOMT, a K D   OH IBB EBFORMKD PBDJCHPLB8 OF TUB DA5 OARS, wHiABS  HEARSES,  MODEBN   OABBIASBB, BurEBiaz APFoniTiiBMTt anb EFFICIENT   MANAGEMENT. Priee> en AfplicaHo*. BT KB8BBS. HA&D8 k BBADLT. UBI KENT At'�.� nooelrsal lamn to tnemra a {sale. By otawr of taa Administrator of the lata Otwrga BsotawVi**!-' T�r�u7atootlT�lOTi'����t aoMTTLIiA- ftimDSHUES, Ho*. � and 81, Hlokarcar^ioad. Im at inadeqaata xwote of JU4 iW aaasm; long-laaew {low iroriird rent. MBoSBi HABOS At BBADDT wlU aeU Ike Jbort �jr mtJctloa *�'*. Mart. Oltr; o� � *m>XX,V*rmurS8ia, 4*S,U� lota., SobttoaA 7!'WfS A' fkaitaaiaiiKei  Tlalelsai , fiBJHIKWrOU.  :K'T^;- 49y orrfcr of sfca TnntaM tot real&aH-io r*ta�-7th..] Wart Kant BaBdlar Booiety. 1 rBSBHOIiDB. A Groond Bent of M >0a. per annum, seen red on No. 18, Bridge meet, Snanwlah, with rerereion inSyaan. A Rental of 450 par ansnnt on the Malster, Gridge-�treat,'QreeQwioti,- reversion in IS nan. A Dinllin*; House and Shop, No. 19, Ohtuoh-etraes (comer of Bridge-street), Greenwich. let on lease at �S3 pex acnnxo. Two Dwaliittf Hooem and Saopa, Nos.S and 4, Sridge-street, Sneawidh; prodaeing �ta per LEASEHOLDS. A Dwelllog Horue and Shop, No. 8, Olarenoe-ttreet, Oreenwioh. let at 430; terms 30 years d rent �9. E38RS. HARD 4 4 BBADLY will sell tb* above by Auotion at the Matt, Oil;, on 1FBIDAT, Feb. �8th, 1896, at two. Particulars of W. Briatow, �rq., Bottoitor, IS, John-street, Adelpbi, and Greenwsch ; or, of the Aootionsers, 1S8, Fenchorch-Btreet, B.O., and Greenwioh. \ BLAOKHEATH AUOTION   ROOMS,, BASTOOMBB tXKBAUB. M8 R.~j* S0^ AUOTIOKEER AND TALtjliB �,^UBTOCMBHTBBBAC*BI^OrIHBATH AtsNUts* m Thaat- AoaUoa Boom* afford afta*o�e� Medium Bigh4Xm rmmtart-m* ff#Uy- rr*MU ami LmnUU !*VHrtb^XMfMui8tcwtlkt, etc '   ., SeJeeveTarr three weeks.     , ' Soooaoan. lb* r*oeltw4w�ll�rt� eriQeoted, on , :-la1Bi.-B.;-'.-'BTftBl    ' 'Also m>qii*al�|."tfeYahttrion A HVifaHMm . /;oE�o|i*iw;*^Btatoa/*4* alnattonot    -Araic*.' Wvrlu if Art, OH CMu, Stver,  e, Esq, The Vendor* Solicitor, IS, Walbrook, K.O., and B&6, New Cross-road, 8.B., or of the Auctioneers, Deptford, 487, New Cross-read. Br MxaBBS. BAXTEB PAYNE A LEPPEB. E8TABIJBHED    1850. WHY    IS MARTIN   & MILK. SONS BETTER THAN ANY OTHER ? Bacaoea they keep a far Superior Stock of Cows to any other firm. BcoADea H is delivered within two hour* of ite acta*; had front the Cow instead of undergoing a long railway journey. BsxiAO*a no Cream is eztznsted front it J. MAitTIN & SONS, BBOCKIiEY  PARK   FARM   DAIRY BBOCKLEY. ajctj AT KEMP TOWN  DAISY     KEMP   TOWN, BRIGHTON. ml CASTRO. &   SON, ENG-RATEBS, JHK3R   AND ;WINDOW   PLATE   MAKERS 103, LOAMPIT VALE, LEWIBHAM. Momorial Brasses elegantly designed and engraved BBFOKBGIVISGYOUB eBDEBXLSEWHBBE PLEASE BEND FOB OUR ESTIMATE. COrPDrUII xbsravtbs, LtTBOOBAFEXC. aj� LETTSUt-.'bses PfiTHTING IS ALL JBTTLXB. Wbtiawticket! a( everg Uniot tomttjimfVefr^u, Tear narae angrared while yoa wait for 6d. oa your watok, locket, umbrella, wslkiag stick, bag, or any srttcla. * . Blbotbo-Platus aid aiXDiss. Old artfelsa repaired and re-^ated   Q"at BeiueOn JUJtmd if De'htrtd  ' Bevi) Br BV J. BUSS A SONS. UPP1B BWBBUAK. ftjondXeaaalioMTj^i^t Bt OBAWTBB, By order of the Mortgagees. .  FOB 8* BILL, STOKE NEWINQTON, AND EDMONION. Notioe of Sal* by Auction by MI88B8. OBAWTER, at the Auction Mart, Tokenhouee Tard.-Londoo, on WEDNESDAY, Maroh 4th, 1898, at Two o'olook precisely, of valuable FREEHOLD and LEASEHOLD PROPERTY, oomnrlting a Detached Doutle-Fronted Fraahoid Bseldaao* known a* � Llcangalla," and being. No. 24, Benros-road, ForettxUU; kt on a quarterly tenancy to an old tenant at  rental of �65 per annum. , Al�'ThrMl>*�ehold,ViU*t, close to Olietold Park,being No*.' 97, 99 find; 103,' Oarrtford-road, Stoke Ntwlngton; kt to rtapeotabla tenani*, at rente amonntiog to '4184 per annum; held on itatefar 9� yean from 'Xmaa 1893, at ground ruiite'of dflpeTimnrti eaoh � ' n - Ahw k YabaUa Tteahald Baker* (Shop and Premiaaa, sitnat* tn BtiietanWiii load, coraerof Istwrenoa-toao, Lower'Bdmbaton, onnssainlny a �nodind*'; le*to Mr. H; Oarka.on ateaanev exrcriiaift Lad> Day, 1996, at t�* rant of �W per. May be viewed b� permbsioa of th* tMCanta. aad panioaUrs jtnd ootiiHtions of sale obtained of Messrs. DaJUld and Brat/, Bolieitora, 40. NtW Broad-atreet, B.O.� Mrthe Aacttca Mart i of Mr. I. Ot�waerr:U, sWted Bar.iWXX; aadof Meetn. Omwtar,tauid Ageat* sad Aseteooaers, O^athut, J|itejfc.>.�... */.-ftVi-^t.v:'...'(:'^'3 Fit troy Sons*, situated in high Crystal Palao* built and planner}, room, three raoentlon 'apms>i and good -rloiaeatcA oJBggsj.v vara* �60 wa^argkv^|teM|asi|u*) hekn very' tastefully iMijft�el�fl thtoargViat. The road 1* taken ore by W patiis, aradls farad and e^JNi VERBAL JjTUENIBHINQ QV0n 189 and 190, Tottenharn-oonrt-roed. FURNISH YOUB HOMES ON OCB IMPBOVED SYSTEM BY BABY PAYMENTS TTNIVERSAL FURNISHING CO., U      Every dssoriptlon of Household Furniture, Bras* and Iron Bedstead*, Carpets, Pianos, fee, LOWEST TERMS IN THE TRADE. TTNIVERSAL FURNISHING OO, U       189 and 190, Tottenham-courtjoad. GENERAL TERMS. 410 worth..............     6s. Od. monthly- . ,     .........._    11*. Od. (..%   *S0   r  --------------    18*. 6d.    , r     .eJ40   ,   ...............�14*. Od.     , $iV..swio ................�� otoa.   . 1 ' _jeC0O and over by special arrangement. TTNIVERSAL FUBNIBHXN8 00, U       189 and 190, Tottenbam-oourt-road. All goods delivered free In pri vat* vans. No security required. i Gigantic stook to select from. Intending purchaeere will act wisely by risiting our establishment before calling elsewhere, and not be misled by flattering hdrcrtiaements. beapeet and beet house in the trade. Verbal furnishing oo, 189 and 190, Tottenham-court-road. wmlbs , and talced of, the Anoti Crystal Palace Statli 49, Fenohurrih-street, fautrii bit, oan bt ob-laaff. Jtoreraod, and 1896, tt 2 o'clock, PENGH-129, rent 426.. ? BEOKKNHAMV--   , hold Villa, rent �86, f .  BBCKENHAM.-4lj >Tj�t rlcetr�*0*d, Jamie* hoIdVillairenf �82.       . "YT BB^KBfflELAM.-ilijTtr, Whateley-road, ttt at 8*.ea*h,'�BK�88s*,*i.^'^ , BTOKKroAh.~68*6^ Artht^-road, ts. and 6*. 6d, each, rent 465, tfc.,' ^ .FENGE.-18, Wc��B*grca^-.hrt at 8*. td., rent �22is.   ; : Particular* of Aiinfena/ir, Sent Hoot*, Becksc-ham, or 8, ffliffort^ra^sftijtoa JmiWton. Br ilftAN BEOS. FOBBST SLL, KB. 6, BYD1NHAM In a eheie* sitnsrie|*.tn high mound, within about 4min�tes'ersakof LorasmpLaae Button, ~ "minute*'  " ~ U � � - - L.a AD.BL, an Sation. XtB Afl of Forat Hill BROTHERS karanWl jBAU byAnotsa^at"^ JWJ, on-WBDNBSD. fiabov* superior; FantOy . BESIDHBC�, can-tainlng str hedroran*, dieerlng room, bathroom (hski and oold), wnaHani dining room, and ooevsnient domettia ofBoe* ; large gar-drawing room, and morning room, kitchen den in tberear, with Urn, etc. aad kitchen garden stocked with fruit tree*. The residence which It In hand, is of the estimated rental value of �90 per annum. Held for 80 years from 1868 at a ground rent of �15 per annum. For sale with posteasion. May be viewed. Particulars and conditions of sale of Messrs. Badham and William*, Bolieitora, 3, Salter* Hall Court, Gannon-street, BO.,- et the M*rtvE.a.;andof lis Auctioneers, 23, Bucklers-bury, BO., and at Forest Hill, Sydenham and Anerley, 8.B.1 FOREST HILL. FEVER, DIPHTHERIA & DEATH ass OAWaXD BT UNSOUND a badly constructed drains In all oases consult JOHNSON & ALDRIDGE SANITARY  ENGINEERS, BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS A DECORATORS, 207, HIGH STREET, (Near  the  Congregational  Church), LEWI8HAM. WOOLS ! WOOLS ! I WOOLS III TRY ALLDER'S HIGHLAND KNITTING WOOl GlYBS GREAT    SATISFACTION FOB HOSIBEY, VESTS. i AO. BLACK, WHITE & GREY 2jd. oa, Ss. 6fd. It OO LOURS, 3d. oa., 8*. llfd. lb. Berlin, Andalmrfan, Shetland, Beehive, and Scotch Fingering*, in Standard Makes and Market Prices JOSHUA T. ALLDER, 180,   102,   104, RDSHEY   GREEN,   CATFORD Pleasantly situate withlntabont ten minutes' walk of Forest Hill .Station. LtB. A 8.o.r. MBSSBS. EASTMAN BB0B, have received innractione to sell by Auction, at the Mart, Tokanhouse-yard, E.O., on WEDNESDAY, March 4th, 1896% at two' o'olook punctually, the superior Ft**hoi*Double-fronted detached resiDENCE, known' ss^'Bookfotd," (formerly "The ehrnbs'*) 18,"6*rlieMoai^ oompaotly planned without a basement;and containing six bedrooms, bathroom and lavatory with hot and oold supplies, exoellentdrawing-roont and dining-rooms, respectively about 19ft 9in. by 13 ft- and 171c. Sin. by 18ft.; good kitohea, scullery, Ao, wide tide entrance gateand good aised garden. The residence it let to a good tenant on a yearly agreement at the low rent of 480 per annum. May be viewed by psrmiedon of the Tenant. Particulars with condition* of sale oan be bad of B Shirley Parker, Esq, Solicitor, Pint bury House, BlomSeld-ttieee, BO. >et the Mart, B.O.; and of the Auctioneers, Messrs. Eastman Bros., 23, Book-lsrtbury. EC, and at Forest Hill, Sydenham and Anerley, B.B. Telephone No. 1876. ' F. GO. WINDER  & AUCTIONEERS, LAND et ESTATE AOBNT8 AND VALUERS 76a, HIGH St, LEWISHAM, BEDFORD BOW HOUSE, BEDFORD BOW, W.O. [JSE, LEW tSHi M & BLAOKHEATH permanent BUILDING SOCIETY, THE IN8TITUTE, OLD BOAU, LEE JOHN WALLIS, FAMILY  MILLER, RIVERDALE STEAM FLOUR MILLS LEWISHAM, S.E. BREAD, CAKES, AND PASTRY OF  EVEBY  DESCRIPTION, AND   MANUFACTURER    OF TOXIC GINGERBREAD- Highly reojmDianded by the Facility for Young and Old, JOHN   WALLIS'S TONIC GINGERBREAD. IT has been truly said thai the greatest bles ing a man 2&n enjoy is Lo have good health, at the same time how often we find that those endowed by nature with a aoond eonititation. are the first, either through abase or neglect of the ordinary roles of diet, to contract early some of the diseases that, unfortunately, fleah is heir o. Bo far as foods are concerned, the present age seems to be one of demand. We have lately been passing through the Brown Bread and Wholemeal demand, which John WALLIS'S " Champion'' Bread is now taking the lead , and we now appear to be entering upon a Gingerbread era, .Uthough the latter may certainly be said to be only an old friend re-introduced. Fifty years ago Gingerbread formed one of the staple foods of every home, and was looked opon, not only as a nntritious article of diet, but also as a necessity. In those days Patent Medicines were almost unknown, that a natural laxative food like Gingerbread found a place in every house-held, and was recognised by the Medical faculty of the day as a healthy and necessary adjunct to the daily bill of fare. At tbo present time every one who travels on the Continent must be struck with the large quantity ol Gingerbread eaten in preference to taking Patent Medicines. MB. JOHN WALLIS has lately given this subject his attention in producing a " TONIC GINGERBREAD," combining all the good qualities of ordinary Gingerbread with a Tonic, whereby the system may be strengthened and built up by taking a small or large slice, night or morning, as you may desire Attendance on Trtesdays from 8 to 9 p,m, ADV-AJtfTAGES. TO BORBOWKRi ^Prompt Advances, Moderate Repaymexiu, low legal ch&rgea. TO RH * RKHOl.nkRH.-rthtw hoc omnia to at 5 per cbDl. cum pound interest. TO DtEOSlTOiiS. - Four per cent, interest tulowed on bqiob of �o and a p war da. Absolute Beoarity. W. H. LEE, Secretary. Bonn set periodically �vnd Borrowers* duol&rvd to ttaaMhatkleii SPRING CLEAN i SPRING CLEAN i john wallis's tonic gingerbread IS ABSOLUTELY  PDSE. Per   Cake   Qd.   and   Is. None Genuine Without the Trade Mark.-" JOHS WALLIS, LEWIflHAM.' M0NEY Abv^^cec Watches, Jewellee!-. Silvkk   Am    ELEcneo Plate, Pi' sofobtes, Musical Isstbi7meot3, Paixtixqs, Chisa, Bbshzes, Weabiss Appaezx a.vd EVERY DESCRIPTION PROPERTY OF AT valuable JAMES SPRUNT & S^)N. HtFSE, LE^WiSHAJI, (Five minutes from Lewiahim JucetJOD}. THE  CLOCK 75,  LOAMPIT  TALE, WALTER WINNING, 8,   HIGH   ROAD   LEE, (Lkwihham   Esb), HOUSEHOLD   REMOVALS COMPLETE   HGTJSE FUPJSISHLNS in Established 1884. H . PODGER & SONS, CMMITED) DYERS AND CLEANERS. 8peeiaJi�3- FRENCH ANB CHEMICAL CLEAN TNG TN kUJ ITS BRANCHES. LADIES'  PRESSES Silka,! Satins, Velvet*, Velveteens, or Woollen Brasses, Mantles and Jackets finished equal (to new FBENCH   CLEANING Kid   Glovea, Shoea,  Putb, Muffa,    Collarettes Tapestry, Crewel Work, and all kinds of Fancy and Delicate Articles Cleaned and Finished in Styla and Fashion without being unpicked. UPHOLSTERY. Damask, Rep, Cloth, Moreen, Chintz, Crst^nna, Dimity Curtains, Counterpanes; Blankets, Carpet Covers, Skin Hearth Bugs and Mate. RECBTVLNS  OFFICE:- 110a,    HIGH    STREET, LEWISHAM. Bead] Office: - ROAD,    BROMLEY,    KENT? HCMESDALE Branches alao at Beckenham Bromley, Croydon, Forest Hill Lee and Sid cup. Bread Vans to all part-i daily. Flour Vans Weekly. Delivorea by Bakers and Millers.   Send Poet Card to the Mill?, and the Baker or Miller will call. JOHN L0VIB0ND & gONS, pAMILY BREWERS, B aTsnaasd, Burrart aad Yalaations, ear. Auction Sal** oi �rapettv..Mev Agreed Terms Large Rums to bearBtaneed on Freehold Properties Hare Residential and other Properties on Register o be Let or bold. Boildlns; Land in Various Localities'   Beepejosfble ^*      'BafloVs* Knwoed    , Ittaiiished tit Woolwich SS s. I70NS- 7eam. EVERYTHING DYED OR CLEANED Qttickly, at Moderate Prices, BY THE EOYAL DYEING & CLEANING Co., 29,  HIGH  ROAD, Gr 161, WINB,  SPIRIT akd OTTLKD BKER MERCHANTS, AERATED WATER  MANUFACTORERS, REENWICH BREWERY, GREENWICH   ROAD,   S.E. PRICE  LIST  FOR  FAMILIES. LEE. AUOTIONERB VALUER AND ESTATE AQEHT Property, Farnl'nre, Farm Produce, Cattle er Goods Sold by Auotion an Agrted Terms. :.~riltmeg advanced-if rtfaifii. SeUleaenti ton dare after Bale, Seat* Oollautrd and Ee*at�* wholly stanaged. ' TalruOlon* for Probate, flees, toie&tfirakj* **B�e>td*T HoaVraW Charge '- ArJkBrVaiil'�^ a L059, ADOIIOrTKHB, WOOLWIOH. j. vmomms) sons, Coax...ioboeaiitb, THiAJTBE  WHAKF. OHUBOHi^TfiEfiT, DEPTFORD CHARLES D. HARRIS, GENERAL FURNISHING AND BUILDERS' IRONMONGER, OAS   AHD   HOT  WATER   ENOINBBB Bbtimatxb asd Dwuohb 8t/bmitt*d DBBOBiraox or Wobz. 7,  LANGTON  TEBRAOE,] SHOOTERS   HILL   ROAD, BLAOKHKATH 		Pin.	Firkin Mark.		*i gal*	9 gals XB	Light Bitter Ale	.. *   ..	9/- IPA	l^dia Pale Ale ..	..   B/3	10/6 TTB	'Stock Bitter ~lo	..   6/-    ..	12/- X	Light UUd Ale ..	..   3J9     .. ..   4/6     ..	7/6 XX	Family Mild Ale		91- XXX	FnUBich MiU ..	..   6/-     ..	12/- xxxx	Strong Old Ale ..	..   7/6     ..	16/- p		..4/6     ..	9/- 88	Single Stout    ..	..   6/6	11/- DS	Double Stont (nursing) 6/9		13/6 	BOTTLED  BEERS.		 			Imp, 			Pint IPA	Indii P\le Ale per	dot.	..     3/- DA			 ES			 We have added the following to our well-known WISE 4 SPIRIT LIST :- Quart   Bott Choice Old Cognac........ Bare Old Dublin Whisky...... Choice liqueur' Irish Whisky . Choice Vetted Bum..... Seed Value Sherry..... Sound Matured Sherry    ..   . �/-6/9 3/4 .. 4/- .t 4/- .. 4/6 .. 2/3 1/- par bott. 1/3 do. BRISELDEN BROS., 78. BDSHEY GREEN",  CATFORD - ' -        -it.., tK TrOAXFIT TALI. LEWISHAM. A single bottle cf Wine or Bpirit oan be obtained at our 8 urea, 161, Green* lob. Bead, at Wholesale Price. A ceatpfatf Priee Litt taU pott free on Application. wmlbs EMaiUthed f
                            

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