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West London Church Chronicle (Newspaper) - October 3, 1891, London, Middlesex As to over 59OOO A THE PERFECT ALTAR Net per 6 bottles for per 24 12 halfbottles carriage free to all English and Welsh stations a halfbottle per Parcels Post for one bottle Daily deliveries free Write or wire direct to HICKS IMPOBTEBS or AETAB over 80 Telegrams G Specialities in Art D YS Pots Opposite Earls Coixrifc See Page 87 for Specialities in Toilet and Dinner Ware Glassj and YINO USED IN 200 LONDON SACRO Nothing more suitable can be CROPS Vicar of Augustines FOE SEE IWrite for New List of the Grand Jubilee Ports and Clarets of and of Pale Natural TJHE Undertaken by REPORTING The Church Press Reporting PATERNOSTER from 1 I CASK AND BOTTLED BEERS JURBJ See Advertisement immediately over ntrfe The Official Organ of the Church in the Rural Deaneries of Chelsea Fulham including West Shepherds Walham Putney and Kensington North and Paddington including Queens Kensal Green and Kilburn Hanover Square including Mayfair and Bloomsbury Bloomsbury and Lincolns Inn Fields Westminster covering Piccadilly and Regent Margaret and Westminster including Knights bridge MartinintheFields Covent Garden and Savoy Marylebpne including Maida Vale and Johns Pancras Regents Camden Town and Kentish Highgate including and Primrose Haverstock and Baling including Bedford Turnham Old and New and FoTJRTH OCTOBER ONE NOTICE OF H KIMOV1D TO KENSINGTON HIGH STREET Three Doors West of the ECONOMICAL ASD BESPECTABLE FUNERALS AT STATED To cover all exclusive of Cemetery Orders by Post or promptly attended PRICE LIBTS POST FEZ OJT By Special Appointment To The Royal ENGLISH AND VIENNA SUSSEX VICTORIA KENSINGTON ARE VERY HIGHLY Palace Court Livery OSSINGTOX YARD and JOHNS LEDBURY HENRY OFFICE OSSINGTON HIGHCLASS Carriiages of every with good horses and steady may be at tlie above Stables on reasonable A superior Private Omnibus for Station Good standing for Horses taken in to bait and stand at The following Testimonials have been I have much pleasure in testifying to the thorough manner in which you do your I find your men your carriages goodlooking and and your charges I shall have much pleasure in recommending you among my I enclose cheque in payment of your account for and am rery pleased with what you have done for COAL CHIEF OFFICE WESTBOURNE ALSO AT MILEAGE WESTBOUENE THE UXBRIDGE BALING COAL CASTLE COAL WEST COAL LOWEST PRICES FOE Beat Wallsend Silkatone New Silkstone Best Derby Kitchen bright Kitchen hard Bright Nuts Cobbles best for Kitcheners Cobbles seconds JS Coke per 12 Sacks Per 237 2a 20A Prices quoted for any other description of and truck loads sent to any Country Station direct from the I JAM ES B A R K E R SO flDonumental 86 and RICHMOND WEST AND AT LILLTE NORTH ESTABLISHED REPORTING reported on extremely moderate terms by the Condensed or From to All manuscripts carefully revised by the editorial staff of this Write for full particulars PATERNOSTER Reporting THE CITY WEST END SHORT GENERAL COPYING TO meet au often expressed wish for an establishment where work can be executed accurately and at moderate and where Pupils may receive a thorough and not a superficial training a School is about to be established under the above and will shortly commence Itis intended to open a Central Office in Oxford with branches in the City and every West End Suburb where an opening shows Pending the completion of orders can be executed and pupils received at the TEMPORARY PATERNOSTER OFFICE OF THIS per Legal and General Copying Carbon Duplicates of ditto Authors in quantities of words and over Medical and Scientific Balance Sheets Redj Ruling extra Carbon each copy top Prompt per typed Prompt after Attendance for French into English per folio of 72 per folio 72 per per from per 2cl por per Actors 1arts when Book is not lyped size cf page half foolscap Carbon each copy half price top Typing from Dictation from Hire of Typewriter Operator per or per day English into French German into English Other Languages by per per day 10 to I per per day tra vel 1 i n e x peuses per per Typing Plays from above Languages lialf as nincli again asordinary to Is English into German per folio of 72 words Operator only from Typing from Italian or Spanish from Attendance at Lectures or Public Spanish into English English into Spanish Postage and special qualities of paper charged Fee for instruction iti Typewriting 11 6 Fee for instruction in Shorthand 3 0 PAYABLE IN Pupils for Typewriting are not turned away before they are and can stay on for practice for six weeks beyond the six required for learning the use of the Shorthand pupils can have plenty of practice in reporting work free of Engagements can in most cases be secured for addressed by from per addressed and wrapped from per I HARV TIVALS PEE PRICE WHITE OR Up to 4 per 5 5 6 9 14 20 24 J J JJ per Fancy 6 and 4 per Gold and Silver Letters double the price of COLOITIIS For Displaying on Num bers and Names of Houses on and Show Tablets for Church and School Agricultural In please give Size of Letteror space to te put Use Paste or Starch to fix Special quotation given for Letters cut in Linen for Flags and EXHIBITION SALE SHOW SIGNS Special Estiamates on CHURCH PATERNdSTER ROW TONIC IRON ALE An Universal Refreshing as and More Nourishing than Port or Y JHL BR SUITS DEDICATE Recommended by Eminent Medical per ASK YOUR GROCER OR CHEMIST FOR TONIC IRON ALE Limited SOUTH The Church Missionary Price ccnlains Tlie Lambeth The Five Prelates and the Palestine Mis By What is Proselytism The Late George A Visit to the HokCniang Fuli By the Archdeacon Experiences of an Association By the The By the The on Missions to to the Mis sion News and The Cliurcti lissicnary Price contains Iganda from the Jjaskerville and Harvest Thanksgiving in East Africa Story of Keesima Barclay Buxtoiiin Claims of Foreign Missions u poii Young The Gleaners Union tors Letters from the Gharch Missionary Salisbury TO LOCAL TRADESMEN AND Books and Kept by the hour or Debts collected on Bankruptcy and County Court proceedings conducted and Arrangements made with avoid ing Debts ADDRESS Care of CHURCH PATEBNOSTER DO not go prematurely when you can have advice from Hair or send for a bottle of his Registered NONPARIEL HAIR price and whichwill be forwarded to any address upoii receipt of cash or It is a certain cure for bald alopecia irrita tion of the liair or hair when falling from or zymotic Consultations on all hair diseases causing baldness from eleven to five SUTHERLAND
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