Blackheath Gazette from London, Greater London, England on January 15, 1892 · Page 1
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»tPOBTANT ANNOUNCEMENT HINDS & COMPANY, LATE PRITOHARD A HINDS, f A 9, BEACONSFIELD BUILDING8, BLACK HEATH. G R E A T ANN U A L SALE OK DRAPERY, NOW PROCEEDING. ELTHAM, LEE, AND LEWISHAM ADVERTISER. CHILDREN'S PAEIIES, SUNDAY SCHOOL TREATS, EVENING KNTE8TAINMEVTS, LECTURES Jen. Made saccesaful by having a Magic Lantern,whfelx nerer fails to please and interest children k sjdnlts Messrs. W. Batcher and Son lend Magic Lanterns and Slides on hire for the night at rery low prices, FuU LLtt <y tittle* an. I particular! on avplicatit,* MAGIC LANTBRNS FOB SALE. Messrs. W. Batcher and Son are prepared to compete with the Stores or any London Hooae in priee and quality, and Invite com pax son with their pries* liat, which u uuw ready. W. BUTCHER & SON, PHOTOGRAPHIC STOBE8, BLACKHEATH VILLAGE. No. 648" RcctsTKuo ro« TRANSMISSION ABROAD FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1892. RrtunWD AT TUX GENERAL POST Orrvzn AS A Nr [PRICE ONE PENNY. BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, & DEATHS: B1RTHB. FARLEY.—On the tth inrt, it 30 Gr»n<-ill.-park, LewUham, the wifr of P. Farley, Execntive Bngin- Ri, Punish, P.W D, of e daughter. ROBINSON.—Oo tb. 4th inst, it 162, High-street, Lewisham, the wife of Luais Robinson, M D 1 M.R. C .8., of a sou. WILSON—On the 11th inst, et Gilmerton. Csnter- bary-rasd, C*tford, the wife of Fiuk Wilson, of e •on. MARRIAGES. COLLART—WALKDBN.—On the 6th inn, at the King'• Weigh Congregational Ct.urch, Duke-street, Groireaar square, by the R«T. F. Oomiih. Matthew Graham OoQarL eon of the late John Collsrt, of Throw 'Orange, Kirkendbrietaabirs, to OaroUne W. WHITE, LANG TON TERRACE, WOODLANDS ROAD, BLACKHEATH. (BolM. yotrafest daughter of tho UteJohn Walk- dn, ofBucaimtb. , KJBSOPf— HBSDKR80N.—OD the Ttfa ia»U »t Bt. Peter's Church, be*, by tht BST.T. W. Wil-dmon. vicar. Janei Nixon Binop Gla+gow, to Cbriitina, aeootLd ; dattffht<Vor Rotxrt Hendcnon. Esq., Led- caaetAioaTEJtham-raad, hot-. SMITH—8LATBK.—On the 7th inrt. it Christ Chnroh, Lee, bj the Rev. Levi- Arthur Smith, brother of the bridegroom, aatisted by the Her. Canon Briitowe, Vicar of St. Stephen'a, Lewiibam. H. A. Bernard, foortb ton of George S^itb, ot Wet*. Bank, Hlackhestb, to Mary DermUon, third daughter of Robert SU'-er, of Lanadowne-place, Blackheath. DEATH B. IH;NCAN.—Oo the 10th instant at u Rostlair/ Liogard't-road, Lswi-ham, Caroline Ellen, the beloved wife of Lelaod Crostwail Dun cm, late of H.M. Caitomt, and naif d-.agt.ter of the lite Frederick Lewis, of the Paymaster General's Office afed 61. 1 < HIDLEY.—On the Cth Jnst^ at St. Margaret's, Stan stead-road, Forest Hill, Richard Cbidler, ic hia 8^nd rear COOK8BY.—On the Cth inst,. at the L*wn, Archers- road. Soathampton, Zells Ada, the beloved wife of j Be mi to • Cookatj.and youngest danghter of the late Captain J. R. Harris, H.M., GentlemaD at-Arms, of Rlaekheath, aged HO. FERGUSON.-On the I3th inat., at R, Weatoonrne Villu, Forest HiH, of acute ppeamonia, Joseph Fergnaon (late of Upper Non ood,) aged 75 veara. FBRGUSON.—Jannary Kb, 173, Stan-tead-road Forest Hill, Kent, John Ferguson, aged K6. Funeral Wednesday lAth, Crystal PaUce District Ome'.ery at 8p.m. PARKER—On the 9th in.U, at Woodville. Ruahey- grern. Catford, Mrry. widow of Alexander Parker, of New Cross, aged RIDDLE.—On January 1st., at 9C, Brookhill-road, Woolwich, Elizabeth, dearly-be In red wife of George Riddle, ag^d 66 w WHEELER—On the Cth innt.. »t the renideoce of her liater, Mra. Preatige. Halmc HODM , Wickham- •ood. Broeklry, Looiita Phoeae Wheeler, aged 57. GAHNHAM.-^On the ftth inat, John Garnham, of 'I, Camdtn-hiil-road, and 8, Weatow-atreet, Upper Norwood, builder, in hii 78rd year. IN MEMOBIAM. J ONES.—In loving memory tif Walter Poeock Jorca, who died January llth .lBiM. Deeply mourned. SHOTTER, HIGH CLASS TOBACCONIST, ISO HIGH STREET, LEWISHAM. CHOICE BRANDS OF CIGARS ALWAYS DT STOCK AND FINEST TOBACCOS FUNERAL REFORM. SIMPLICITY WITH TASTE. <HA PPELL & SONS, FUNERAL DIRECTORS, I.F.F. BRIDGE, LEWISHAM, V i:\KHALS CONDUCTED WITH REFINED TARTE. POBVEIOB OF. MEAT, POULTRY & DEVON­ SHIRE BUTTER. Mr. WHITE h». lately introduced KEW ZEALAND MUTTON into the Neighbourhood, to the great BatisiAction of his nnmaroae CaBtomers. It can be thoroughly recommended, and the following expression of opinion from Eminent Men. which appeared in the Ouiiff ChrvnicU testifies to its great merit. SIR MOREL MACKENZIE nay.: *' Laat week we had a little dinner of Con- nolssenn on pnrpoae to sit in judgment on the mutton. 1 can only &ay that my friends and I were anammou* in giving a moat favourable opinion. It had a great deal of flavour and waa very tender. ID fact, 1 only recollect tasting J mutton as good on one or two rccaaiona." LORD ROSEBERY say B " The mutton was excellent, and not to be distinguished from English mutton." AT ItTJlJERATE PBIOES. CLOVER CHAFF. T. DORSET! Is now deliTering SPLENDID CLOVER CHAFF AT 6/- cvrr OATS 9/- BACK . BEANS 10,8 SACK. Send postr^ard. Distance no object. ADDRESS : CORN MERCHANT, LEWISHAM ROAD, GREENWICH, S.E. , 28 . AFLREI) HARRIS, M.R.C.V .8.. VETERINARY Jt CANINE BURGEON, )G, SOUTH ST.. GREENWICH. (Saocessor to J. S. HomdjOl). 1S FIRM A BY FO * HORSES AND DOGS At Blackheath HilL VrrxBiNABY ATTENDANCE AND SHOEING BT CONTHACT IF DESlUKD. Mr. Harris begs to state that be has had upward* of 16 veara' profeesional cxperienoea. Mettaqe* reeeirrd nt 44, Lnampit-rale, fatc'tlum. W. HARRISON, DISPENSING CHEM 1ST, /Vim, IHral, Pkamafis*, Parti. THE PHARMACY, 16, RUSHEY GREEN, CATFORD, S-E. 161, LEE HIGH ROAD, S.E. CLARK & OLIVER, DRESS & MANTLE MAKERS LADIES OWN MATESIALS MADE UP. FIT AID STYLE GUARANTEE Aim fancy LaHhtrOfti* «wf'enfflmil i C . BO BT D , HATTER, BLACKHEATH VILLAGE. AGENT FOB CHRISTY'S HATS AND DR. JAEQEE'S SANITARY CLOTHING. REGENT HOUSE, 127 & 139, BURNT ASH ROAD (CLOSE TO LEE STATION). H. MARTIN, C0S8BTIBE, DRESS * PRACTICAL MANTLK MAKER. NXWEST MATERIALS * LTxsiasa TO SELECT 1 Fscut Tailor-made Gowns. Tea Gowns, Wending- Troos- •aiax. Perfont fit and sitWaasured. Infurta'tad mu_t.nu.Li " "i—. - , . ~ ' • s&t^a'_i-t.afa_> of tTp«rf»nMd^a_I SUaW Assixtants we are able to execute orders in a few boon. Consrs. Noed house for tbess goods, bsTiar the) htrg—t and beat —rrietj in the eotmtr, mud to insure the fit of mnj gown a good shaped oonet is abaolutelj nnuasary, We mpply fame from 2s. Iljd. to 31s. Gd. None but hext materials used, all garment* are prodnoed under the fluper- rision of Experienoed Forewomen. b CELEBRATED TOV'C COUGH MIXTURE. 1'nrt /,- y r 11. (tie. NEURALGIC MIXTURE Urttlei. !,- end 1-6. ALFRED EVANS, UPHOLSTERER DECORATOR & UNDERTAKER 48, VANBUBOH PARK AND J, BASTCOMBE TERBAOE,BLACKHEATH,a£. Funeral* PrrvmaUf XjcmductrA. r -.. Rout Seats, Chain and.'Tables Lent on Hire. hLTPEHIETJClD WORKkrEli' EVP LUTED 05 THE PHTHISES. b Sri'KRIOR APPOINTMENTS AND KFFICIEN'T MANAGEMENT EVERY UEgUISITE SUPPLIED FOB RITUALISTIC AND OTHER FUNERALS BARON DE WORMS. M.F., «y. ; " We found the mutton quite excellent The freezing did not hurt it in the least, in fact, the greatest epicwrr would fail to discern that it waa not home-grown ' M. WADDINGTON (Fren.-h Ambasisador). »ay6 : I ANTI-CATARRH SMELLING SALTS. For Colds, Inflaenza. Haj Ferer, La. /,- per Rattle. 1 CATALOGUE ON APPLICATION. K. HAYHOE, 2, EA6TC0UBE TERRAC8, BLACKHEATH- PURE DARJEELING TEA DIRECT FROM THE GARDENS. Silirr aiui Uronze MtdaU awarded /or Quality and Flaratrr. . SPLENDID HOUBBHOLD TEA At Hi, 1/8. and 1/10 per lb, PURE ORANGB PBKOB. 2 10 per lb. SPIERS & POND'S NEW STORES £ MARKET QUEEN VICTORIA STREET, E.C. (Opposite 8t. Paul's Station.) FUNERAL REFORM. COUCHMAN&COMPY FUNERAL DIRECTORS, ONLT ADDRESS : ic. MONTPELIER YALE, BLACKHEATH, S.E. luuerals oonducted under Personal Supervision at stated inclusive charges. NOTED FOR Qt'IETKESS AND SIMPLICITY EMtabl**hid 10O Y.arM. b BY ME . KDMUND W. RICHARDSON. WEDNESDAY NEXT. POEEBT HILL. Br unlsr of the Mortgagee, at very low reserve, with possession. M IC EDMUND W. RICHARDSON will Sell bj Auction at the Mart, City, on WEDNESDAY", next January 20thjitTwoo , cloca^pranaelT, the Detached RESIDENCE, Loch Goil, 76,8underla»d- road, oontatining five bedrooms, bath-room, three r«»ption-rooma, kitchen and offioea ; rental value £6. p >; term 79 yean at £7. May be viewed. Particulars of V. I. Chamberlain. Eaq., Solicitor, 46, Flnsburr-equare, E.O.. and at the City Auction and burvey Offioea, £>0, Fine* bury-square, London, E.C. s Bj 31a. W. SPELLER. By order of the Trustee. x, PLUM3TEAD ROAD, WOOLWICH. Stock, Plant, Fixtures,- and Utensils of a Oom- dealer, Horses, Vans, etc. M R. W. 6PELLEB will Sell by Auction on the Premises, as above, on Thursday, January "1st, 1892, at One o'clock, the plant, utensil*, fittings, stock, & XL , ot a CORNDEALKR , oompriaing stock of usual description, counters, bins, nests of drawers, weighing machines, eoalsa, gas engine, chaff-cutting machine, three useful horses, two Tans, cart, hames*, kn. On view day prior to Sale, and Catalogues of E- Pitman, Eeq , Trustee, 12, Trinity-aquare, E.G., and of the Auctioneer, Mr.W.SpeUer, 12, frinity-aqnare Tower-hill, K.C. w " The New Zealand mutton waifm great BOCCCHS. I had recommended it to my cook, and It was carefully roasted. All present pronounced quite equal to the beat English Mutton. The freezing of the meat had produced no appreciable difference." A N N i; A L S A L E, ALL DEPARTMENTS, COMMENCING MONDAY, lltL JANUARY, AND THROUGHOUT THE MONTH. THOMAS HALE, BLACKHEATH VILLAGE, FOR DRESH FABRICS, ENGLISH a- SCOTCH, roB HOUSEHOLD LINEN MHBBXINGS, CALICOS AND LONGCLOTHH, PGR LADIES HAND-MADE UNDERCLOTHING, "HIUERNIs," GLOVES * HOSIERY, RIRRONS AND LACE. UMBRELLAS AND CORSETS, JACKETS AND MANTLES. F. O'CALLAGHAN, (LATE W. QABOIHEH), BOOK AND MUSIC SELLER, M. HIGH 8THEET, LEW18HAM. BOOKS BOUGHT OH SMALL QDA3TT1TIES. EVERY WONDER OF ELECTRICAL SCIENCE Maj now be seen at the OrysfcU Palace, but without going rery far from yoar own doors 700 may see one of the greatest of tbese. Thompson, of Brockley, Newsagent and Stationer, has jost connected his two establishments by a prirate telephone wire, affording unprecedented facilities for the ezeention of orders. In these days of progress it is necessary to take every advantage that modern science can give in order to get to the top of the tree, and TO THE TREE THOMPSON MBAN3 TO GET. 298.BROCKLET BD ., £ 3, RAILWAY APPROACH B R 0 C K L E Y . MONEY AUVANOED rroN WATCHES, JEWELLER'S, SILVEh, ELECTRO PLATE, FURNITURE, HARMONIUMS, MUSICAL BOXES, CHINA, BOOKS. D ArNTING8, BICYCLES, TRICYCLES- AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF,VALUABLE PROPERTY "THE CI.OCX HOTJSK," -• J fWillfTK» 8 TATVO »\urn" 254 and 236, OLD KENT ROAD. ESTABLISHED IS«0 1 Best Prieee Su VALUABLE DISCOVERY CINCHONA Per 2S. TEA ! Ib. B. GILES & CO., FURNISHING IRONMONGERS, HOT WATER AND SANITARY ENGINEERS, BELL HANGERS AND GASPITTERS. Repair\ 0/ All Kinds F .omptly Executed. Solitary Inspection of Hooset »nd Report tbereoo. CINCHONA COMES AS A B>lON TO INVALIDS AND THOSE OF WEAK DIGESTION. THET CAN NOW KXJOY WITH OUT PBAR OP COXSKQUEKCE A LUXCBY SO L SO DEBARRED TBSV— A CUP OF REALLY FINE TEA. CASH THOMAS HALE, DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT, BLACKHEATH. h To be obtained locally at DYE'S, GROCERY AND PROVISION STORES, 3, TRINITY TERRACE, COLLEGE PARK, LEWISHAM. _i_ D. & R. KENNARD, BJLnL^EHS & WNTBACTQRS LEWISHAM, S.E., AND AT LEE GREEN. ESTABLISHED NEARLY SO YEARS. HOU8E8 TO LET AND FOR SALE GREAT REDUCTIONS SIR AUGUSTUS HARRIS says " Wc duly receive*! the aheep. Had it cooked and eaten. It waa really delicious. Never have I tasted anythiDR more tender or better flavoured." SoU Agmt tor HiockUrnth it District, W. WHITE, LANGTON TERRACE. \V OOD LANDS R 0 A I), BLACKHEATH. FAMILIES WAITEIi ON DAILY. PRICE LIST OS. Al'PLJCATlOS. IN |DRAPERY, HOSIERY, MANTLES TAILORING. BOO TB. TOYS, FANCY GOODS, STATIONERY. CHINA, CLASS, LAMPS, WATCHES, CLOCKS, GROCERY, ic, *c. ! No tickets or entrance fees required. Free delirery. DEAL DIRECT WITH THE MANUFACTURER CHEAP TIMBER YARD .1. G. HICHISSON & SON LEWISHAM BRIDGE AJfD REAR OF "PLOUGH" HIGH STREET i AT WELLS STREET, CAMBER WELL. TRY THE NEVER FAILING PULMONIC COUGH ELIXIR. RECENT TRSTTMONIALS:— I should be pleased for your customers and the public to know that it is not only good for Bronchitis, Coughs and Colds, but al*o for Influenza being the only medicine I took during a severe attack liat winter. S. A. JAUO. 4 J , Court Hi 11 .road, Lewtsham. I have found your Cough Elisir an excellent medicine, as it speedily relieve-i even the most tiresome cough. P. A. ALL«WAY. Crathie House, Dorking, Sirrey, December 4th, 1891. Price 10|d.. 2s. ft!., and 3s. 3d. Post per Stamps Is. l 7 d, & L 4|d., and 4s. 3d. Prepared only by M - L A N A C H A N, DISPENSING CHEMIST, ill. HIGH STREET, LEWISHAM. 1 THE LEWISHAM HILL PHARMACY PHOTOGRAPHIC CHEMICALS £ SUNDRIES PUREST CHEMICALS ONLY 8UPPL1KD At the Lowest Prices oansistent with Quality. (rtwd Pi'ejjtitizei OMd Prints are iy1» epoiled - •. -Mf""^ ^eruTeJkefUoaU beuta ujed. BISHOP 'S HYDROKLNONB DBVBLOPER produces clear and bright negatives. Price 1;. BISHOP'S TOS'LNG SOLUTION, Is. ESTABLISHED 1S-16. H. J. THOMPSON, BLIND MAKER, HIGH HOUSE, MONTPELIER ROW, BLACKHEATH, Manufacturer of Inside and Outside Window Blinds and Shop Blinds of erery description. PATTERNS AND ESTIMATES FREE. THE TRADE SL-PPLISD. Rnsftc Summer Houses, Arch°g, Seats and Flower Stands kept in aock. Window Boxes in Tiles, Cork or Wood to order, b BAZLEY & CO., IRONMONGERS. 94, HIGH STREET, LEWISHAM. BOOTS AND SHOES. M O R G A X * S HAND SEWN BOOTS : HAND SEWN SHOES! A LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM These Stores are easily reached by London, I Chatham and Dorer Railway to 8u Paula or Lad gate Bill Stations, or by South Eastern Railway to Cannon-street, and thence by District ' Railway to Blackfriars Station. 1 R. CHAMBERLIN. FAMILY BOTCHEH, 147, LEWISHAM HIGH ROAD, NEW CRpgS. (Next door to MR. J. *)9ILTRR*S). ABEHDEEN'BEEF SOUTHDOWN MUTTON Or TUX FINEST ODALTTT. KILLED ON THE PEEaUSES. WEIGHT AND QUALITY GUARANTEED.' JOHN W A L L I S , FAMILY MILLER, If IVERDALE STEAM MILLS, LEWISHAM, and at W A N D L E MILLS. BEL) DING TON. SURREY. All Kinds of new and old Timber and Building Material. Cut Stuff any Thickneea always in Stock. Planks, Deals, Battens. Wide Pine, Redwood, Pitch- pine, Baulk timber, 28ft. long. III Matching, from 6/3 square,] I9.yollow.2jft. Yellow (planed). Id. loot-U X 8 Yellow (planed), IdJoot. Cheapest for Gulleys, Pipes, 8inks, Pots, 8re tiles, slates, tiles, stone rearing (about 18,000ft. superior in E. BISHOP, THE LEWISHAM HILL PHARMACY 1XK, LEWISHAM ROAD, S.E. ESTABLISHED 1310. W. SIMS, PORK BUTCHER AND SAUSAGE MAKER. HIGH ROAD, LEE. 'J3G, ALL KINDS stock). dders and barrows, sale or hire. All DeliTenea Free. LEWISHAM BRIDGE. .y.U.Sfreict Lift of Priee, to Selool* aad Lar/e F.etaUttknroti. SCHOOLS AN H LAitUK CONSUMERS BY CONTRACT. BY MESSES . DYER, SON 4 HILTON. -NOTIOE OF SALES DURING THE YEAR 183S. M ESSRS DYER, SON * HILTON BEO TO AJTSOEDCOE that thejoave fixed the nndenneD* tioaad dates for their Bales by Auotion, of Residential Town, Suburban, Mid Country Properties, Bonding Land, Ground Rents, and Irirestmenta of .etery description, at the Auction Mart, Totanhouse- J»rd, KO. >- Tnorsday, 28 th Januarr Thursday, 28bV July Thnrsday, S6th Feb. i - e Thursday,'SSth Angntt Thursday, 24th, March Tharsdey, SStfc|ept.. TboTsasjvSBaB April ThMtdsff.^th October Thursday, 2Sth May Thnrsday, 24th NOT. Thursday, 80th June Thursday, 16th Dec Local Bala, are also held-periodically, in which i •mall Properties can be inoladed at fixed InclusiTe ! ckargov AucUon and Surrey OflVcee, S3, Walbrook, E.CL, and B1 aftkhmtihi H * mwls Alt Poultry. Porl.. and ButUr guaranUetl from mtr 1 itvotuhire. Dairies. W WHITE, LANGTON TERRACE, -WOOD LA N D S R OA D, SHOOTERS' HILL ROAD, BLACKHEATH. JOHN CAMPION FOB | CRICKET TROUSERS, / FOOTBALL BREECHES, AND BICYCLE SUITS. IS, and 17. HIGH ROAD, LEE- SEASONABLE GIFTS. HAYCRAFT & »uN, ABE NOW SHOWING, AT TTIBTE FURNISHING IRONMONGERY ESTABLISHMENTS, BROADWAY, DEPTFORD. ATD 199 & 2M, LEWISHAM HI€LH ROAD A,Choice Assortment oK GOOD GSBFUL- i P^,BSE«Ji«. Cutlery, Beotnt Silrer,.Si Brass- - •- < Epoocsi Fnej Faae£| TawkV ai>yIdcrJa,~eoi Agenta for CheaTin's e^INCleassing Rapid Water Filter. A sure prersntatire against niniiiia, and t English made Ooods. , Cash Diacoant Fire per Cent, BSTABLUHED 1777. Pure Flour and Bread direct from the Mills. No Second Profit. Warranted Pure. Send post card and the Miller will call regularly erery week. Floor and Bread Vans to all parts. No charge for delivery. Fresh German Yeast daily. White Ties to bags are Beat Whites ; Black Ties to bags are Sup. Households; Bed Ties to bags are Households; Pastry Whites and Belf-Bsii'jlg Flour and Wkeatmeal an labelled; All Empty ' Bags to herrEtzrned. I'IRE RI"CH MILK. R. NORMAN, THE DACRE PARK DAIRY, 9, CHURCH STREET, LEE. ENGLISH BUTTER. NEW LAID BREAKFAST * COOKING EGGS, SPECIAL MTLK FOB INFANT8 e INVALIDS. Batter from Vtseoant Hampton's Farm, Glynde,f Ordere Delivered to mil fmrU Pour Tfaus Daily. b w. C 0 A jL S! BROWN & SONS li^Ns*JGJpBa r --< JX, JBgQKIXQ- OOALfl^' 6EEA,T"H»*T Eawomjijij^s sxnr PBjom «r Rose Main, Derby Brighia, and Aora»Nut» alloare- fully icreentd. Priext on appticmlimattUafficm, LBS GREEN, LEB RAILWAY STATION and HIQH STREBT, KlSK^a. PHILLIPS, FAMILY OILMAN AND IRONMONGER, 134, RUSHEY GREEN, CATFORD. t OF SAUSAGES MtDE ON THE PREMISES- CONTAIS NO BBEAD. PVRE HOME HADE LARD. COOKE'S STORES, LEWISHAM ROAD. LEE, LEWISHAM, * BLACKHEATH PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY, THf INSTITUTE, OLD HOAD, T.RV Atte idanoe on Tneedays from 8 to 9 p.m . THE TEA OF THE FUTURE is COOKE'S CEYLON BLEND 1/6 PER LB. TRY IT. THE LONDON & PROVINCIAL BANK LIMITED, HATE OPENED A NEW BRANCH AT 166, RUSHEY GREEN (Corner of Springfield Park Crescent) CATFORD (Under tta Maxaaemant at Mr. JFsi. Bodaettt) For (he eonrenienoe at Iheir customers in and . arnund TbauVae^hboorhood. Bimehwi falSi •widntofi ^ BIGH STREET, , • ^tSANQUlI. VALBV. i . . LKB'GBErftr, ' '- LEB ROAD. NEW CROSS GATE, 180, NEW CROSS ROAD ADVANTAGES. 'O BORROWERS —Prompt Adranoss, Moderate Repayments, low legal uoarges. CO SMARBHOLDSRa— Shares accumulate at 6 per cent, compound intersv . TO DEI 03 irons'.—Four per cent, interest allowed on sums of £5 and upwards. Absolute security. W. H. LEE, Secretary. Bonuses periodically declared to Shareholders and Borrowers. 1 PIANOS. PIANOS. PIANOS. FOOTBALL BOOTS : FOOTBALL BOOTS ! FOOTBALL BOOTS ! FOOTBALLS CUT FROM COWHIDES, SUITABLE FOR MATCHED OR ROUGH WEAR, Os. 9D. DRESS BOOTS AN'D SHOES. NEWEST DESIGNS AT LOWEST PRICES. M O R G A X ' S , 1 9 S . HIGH STREET. LEWISHAM. SHEPHERD'S PIANOS. 219 AND 221, LEWISHAM HIGH ROAD. ESTABLISHED I960. piANOS piANOS piANOS piANOS ON THE ONE, TWO OR THREE £)IAN0S piANOS piANOS piANOS CASH DISCOUNT, PER CENT, AND UPWARDS. YEARS' SYSTEM. REPAIRED .(• TVS ED. RESTORED TO PIANOS ORIGINAL TOUCH AND TONE. SECONDHAND PIANOS BY BROADWOOD, KIRKKAN, HIPKIXSOX, ic, NOW IN STOCK. REPAIRED THROUGHOUT AND IN PERFECT ORDES AT LOW PRICES. WARRANTIES GIVEN. 219 AND 221, LEWISHAM HIGH ROAD, S.E. HEAD OFFICP.:— 7, BANK BUILDINGS, LOTHBURY, EC. AUTHORISED CAPITAL £1,000,000 PAID-UP CAPITAL ... _. ... 4450,000 RESERVE FUND ... £460,000 (forested' fa 4412,371 2s. id., 2J our cent. Omtoli) O - /"I PIANOS and ORGANS by the leading ^OU English and Continental Makers, with 25 per cent, diacoant for oash, or from 12s. fid. per month fseoondhand 10s. 6d. per month) on the threeyears hire system, carriage and tunings free. Lists free of Beringer and Strohmenger, Piano Saloons. 86, Westow-bill, and 6, Church-road, Upper Norwood (opposite Crystal Palace Station), and 82, High-road, Screatham, (near Publie Library). Closed Wednesday at 5. Established 1855. SM. —Pianos tuned, repaired or exchanged. " BRIC-A-BRAC," 39, CHURCH ROAD, UPPER JSOBWOOD, 32Z. MR S li A T K INS, HOM£ AST DECORATOR. - -1 . . ' NEWEST DESXONS IN ART FURNITURE, FLORAL BRACKETS, PHOTO-FRAMES. Era,, ETC., PAINTED AND FOB PAINTING. Baa*%WMd StatU fa Jblsaart draped and arranged,. CHILDREN'S ART DRESSES, HATS, AND BONNETS. ONDON & SOUTH WESTERN BANK, LIMITED. ' AUTHORISE* CAPITAL, 43,000,000. SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL, 41,500,000. PAID UP CAPITAL, 4550,000. RESERVE FUND, 4185,000. A BRANCH of the above Bonk has been opened aa 137, RUSHEY GREEN, CATFORD. Where every description of BANKING BUSINESS can be transacted. LAMP AND CANDLE SHADES. PAINTING - L ESSONS. Moderate i Price** There are also three oth .T Branches in this vicinity, viz.:— Sydenham Bank Bnildi &gs Forest HB1 4, rJartmoath-road New Croes 239, Lewiahaxn High-read HEAD OITICE :— 168. 169 t 170 FEN CHURCH STREET, LONTXW, 1 C. H. MORRIS, 41, TRANQUIL TALE, BLACKHEATH, GROCER, PBOyiSION, WINE, SPIRIT, AND BOTTLED''BEER MERCHANT. Aowjrr'-ros GILLON'S REAL MOUNTAIN DEW. Rare Old SeaUih. Whukey 3)8 per bottle. AUSTRALIAN WINES IN FL GONS- GOLD MEDAL CEYLON TEA, 1(10 and 2|- PEE POUND. UNSURPASSED FOR STRENGTH AND FLAVOUR, av

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