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Courier and Middlesex Counties Courier Gazette Newspaper Archive: November 22, 1889 - Page 1

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   Courier and Middlesex Counties Courier Gazette (Newspaper) - November 22, 1889, London, Middlesex                                PRINTING. The Courier Company Limited, execute every description of Printing for Public Bodies, Private Persons, and the Trade, at the lowest rates. 300K WORK, PAMPHLETS, POSTERS, WINDOW BILLS, CIRCULARS, CARDS, In Plain or Ornamental styles at short notice. Special Quotations for Publishers and others foJ Bookwork. THE COURIEE CO. LTD., PRINTERS. Works : BRENT STREET, HENDON. AND PERAMBULATORS, BASSINiTTES LAUNDRY TROLLIES, w.rtnGiMc; ;iWA&HIIN'Es  ajDuiABeEafft''' machines WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. RE IP AIRS. EASY mSfitift WEEKLY, 5, sf. lUkes terrace, (Opposite the Falcon). CANTERBURY ROAD, WEST KILBURN. No. 132. Vew Series. rRzGISTKRXD AT THE G.P.O."] L as a NlWaPAPKR. J FRIDAY,    NOVEMBER  22,   (889. } �nd for Transmission.! j Abroad* J PRICE ONE PENNY "HOWARD ARMS," HOWARD   ROAD, STOKE NEWINGTON. Proprietor -    JAMES BRYANT. "HOWARD ARMS," HOWARD   ROAD, STOKE NEWINGTON, N. "THE WILLIAM THE FOURTH," KENSAL   GREEN, (Nearly opposite principal entry to Cemetery.) Edward Warfield begs to announce to his numerous friends and patrons the completion of the extension and other improvements to his premises (which received the approbation of the Kensington magistrates). These improvements have not only considerably enlarged the Bar accommodation, but provide for extra compartments including a most comfortable and well appointed saloon. beers, wines and spirits of best qualities. THE EALING PARK TAVERN EALING ROAD, BRENTFORD. Near Ktw Bridge and South Ealing (District) Stations.    The Ealing and Kew Bridge Omnibus passes the. House. ALFR/BB LOCK, Formerly of Harlcsden, (Late Caterer for the Royal Agricultural Society), Kempton Park Meetings, &c. MR. ALFRED LOCK begs to announce to his numerous friends the attractions of this magnificently appointed establishment, which, whilst within easy reach of London, is immediately surrounded by tbt optB country, and most delightful rural walks. THE LARGE AND HANDSOME BANQUETTING ROOM, Well suited for Balls, Trade Dinners, and Society Gatherings, is capable of holding 500 people. LARGE AND WELL-APPOINTED BILLIARD ROOM. An extensive Lawn for Tennis, Outdoor Games and Fe'tes-Room for 2000 people-Well-arranged, and enclosed for exclusive use of Parties.    Every facility for Dinners, Luncheons or Teas for the largest of Parties. Wines, Spirits and Beers of the Best Qualities. Good Stabling and Cycling Accommodation. ORIGINALLY   ESTABLISHED   182!, AT  HIGH  ROAD,   WILLESDEN   GREEN. OPENING  OF   NEW, PREMISES   AT 1, THE PAVEMENT, WILLESDEN GREEN, NE4R THE SPOTTED DOG. J. F. HODGSON, CORN,  HAY,  STRAW,   FLOUR,   AND  SEED  MERCHANT The Oldest Com Merchant in Willesden, Begs to inform his numerous patrons that he has. secured more suitable premises, in order to provide for the developing retail as well as wholesale requirements of his customers. ALL ARTICLES OP BEST amd FINEST gUALITY. HORSES' forage By contract, or otherwise. Genuine Country Flour 4id. per quartern, is. 6d. par pack. Meat Dog Biscuits 7lbs for is., other goods at Store prices. TRY   HODGSON'S  SELF - RAISING   FLOUR. New Address:-!, THE PAVEMENT, WILLESDEN GREEN. THE HOLBORN LAMP & STOVE COMPANY, 118,   SOL BORN,   CIT7. THE LARGEST STOCK OF LAMPS AND STOVES, OIL WARMING  STOVES, The cheapest and most efficient means for warming Greenhouses, Shops, Offices and apartments of every description. Will burn 12 to 34 hours without attention at a cost of one penny for 24 hours. Lamps without Cbimnies, as shown at the ExMbition. THE "EMPIRE LAMP." The best Chimneyless Lamp made, SEE IT! Price from a few shillings. Note the address- U8, HOLBORN, Near the Viaduct. Faemhotjse hendon, Bkewery, n.w. JOHN     DIZ Ih submitting the following Price List to the Residents of Hendon and District, begs to state that he has established the above Brewery for the supply of genuine Farmhouse Ales, brewed on the original system, from nothing but the finest malt and hops. The Ales thus produced, have a peculiarly pleasant flavour, and J. D. is anxious to introduce them to the Public as invigorating .and. harmless beverages, and to supply a wantloM^ experienced. Price List. Per Gal. S.A. Strong Ale  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  is. 6d; F. H.A. Farmhouse Ale   ....   is. 2d. F.H.B. Farmhouse Beer  ....  is. od. | T.B. Table Beer.......o tod Speciality. samuel cayford, General Smith & Farrier, Spring & AxletreeWorks, Kilburn and West Hampstead Wheel Works, 55a, NETHEEWOOD STREET, TCTLBTTHJg. Wheels'tyred'for the trade while you wait. Chimney Bars  -   iod. and is. each. '  :   Established 1830. 52-1122. London Stout and Porter. D.S. Double Stout S.S. Single Stout P. Porter    .  .  . is. 6d. _is. 2d. is. od.1 The above supplied in 36, 18, 9, 4! Galloft Casks, and a proportionate discount of 2s. pet Barrel allowed for prompt cash. W. BROWN, , FLORIST AND SEEDSMAN,, BBE2TT st., EE2TD01T. WREATHS!, CROSSES, WED-DING&OTHER BOUQUETS, DRESS & COAT FLOWERS, &c,        � CUT  FLOWERS   AND   PLANTS. bulbs, : Hyacinths, Tulips, Narcissus, Snowdrops, Crocus, &c, &c.      : CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION^ gONNER   &   gONS|, CHIMNEY SWEEP  AND CARPET BEATERS. 1, PRINCE OF WALES' Rrj., CHURCH END HENDON. BL|0S!!BLK!!! TRANFIELD.BROS., WUTDOW BLIND & SPEING ROLLER }'��"�'    MANuTACTUEERS, I    5, Coburg Place; Bayswater, i ' "(Opposite Broadwalk, Kensington Gardens). I Tranfield Bros., being sole manufacturers beg to announce that all work executed by them are far below stqre prices. Balcony, Awning, Conserva-ftysl and Greenhouse Blinds on improved principle. ' ESTIMATES FREE. ^ "ft. schyramski, ftCJreen Lanes, Stoke Newington, r Pianoforte Maker. Twer, &c. N^f^and'second-hand Pianos, Violins, Organs, leflosV&c: ,H. S. having been employed by the >fl wing1iirms, viz.: Messrs. Kirkman, Brinsmead, Foore;''adb!'Moore, &c., can with confidence be enlisted with the Tuning and Repairiag of high. qI^Ss Instruments.     (Twenty five years varied (jjr^errence).    Tunings at 3s., 3s. 6d., and 4s. per tjinliigi'gr by. yearlycontract. \ T^e\0istpcts of Wood Gifeen, Southgate, Barnet, Rilb'urn; Wiflesden, Acton, Ealing, also Croydon, Sutton, Beiley, &c. visited periodically.    A good sjoc^ of Viotirt, jCello, and Banjo-Fittings, Strings, $c.  Violin Bows.repaired, Bridges fitted, &c.  All work done promptly, and at moderate charges. Pianofortes removed to all parts by Music Vans. BUTCHER, Street,,   Hendon. Families Waited Upon Daily For Orders...... Superior Scotch Beef and South-Dowa Mutton.  Garts to all parts of Edgware, Mill Hil and Finchley. SPECIAL QUOTATIONS TO LARGE CONSUMERS. GODLONTON & Co., Inside and Outside Blinds, 28, High Street, Stoke-Newington. Venetian Blinds Se-painte&* See.  Established 78 Tears. Carpets taken up, Beaten and Relaid.   Distance no object. Extensive Carpet Beating Grounds near Hendon Station. [1061  - ^ain been thoroughly Redecoi-ted, Altered. *n improved, and now presents the erybestaccj . .nodationin Lohdah to All Classes All Guo s Sold are of (he Mig!l^i .Quality, .by ' liApfyiu. tftfautty at Lowest renipite^tive Pritei '' TrtE IrEW'LARGB CLUB AND SALE ROOM . (Knt,anct�r�m HIGH ROjO and PRIORY PARK ItOJD). Adjoining the Billiard-room, can now be Hired foe all kinds of Public and Private Meetings, Sales Smoking^Cahcerts, Clubs, Lodges, Har-monic Societies, &c, on advantageous Terms. z, chaplin, Proyuior 40   

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