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I uantni 'Oi: Champicr. S>Mrrrr.tr and Boxer The lad exemplary. excelled even way at *chool, and « miner and t'hainpion

I uantni 'Oi: Champicr. S>Mrrrr.tr and Boxer The lad exemplary. excelled even way at *chool, and « miner and t'hainpion

nearlv other chan i-liairwoin:i Ldv Mon iln>. Vonr that v«)ii are think that i ar«‘ rernami \uu f bail yoor father’s pror you next *oek.” DEATH OF MISS CLARE GREET Thirty Years at Park Walk In tlic flat at *iti Kim Park Man•sions l*ark Walk, <‘hoksf>a. where ►he had lived alone
February 17, 1939 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
CARNIVAL BALL

CARNIVAL BALL

TO-MORROW (SATURDAY). FEB. 18. 8 till 12. Venncrs Band. Admission 2/-. Before 8, 1/6
February 17, 1939 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
BUSTER SHAVER

BUSTER SHAVER

AND HIS DIMINUTIVE STARS GEORGE & OLIVE THE RAGE OF AMERICA !
February 17, 1939 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
iOlrst Voufian Press

iOlrst Voufian Press

(CHEI-SEA NEWS). nr* iiirnririratr l The Mad" ■ ett Middlne A'lierlurr.” Telephone*: Ki.itokhi FIT.M \M 2858 Ain eaf 1980 Now the ONLY Chelsea Paper cil. Its objects apart from the school wen* much the same as to-day. and was directed governing consisting «>f reprceenlatives of
February 17, 1939 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
A Talk With the Cook

A Talk With the Cook

The employee’* explanation why it wa* not delivered was that was talking to the took, and he* forgot leave it. Tho cook allowed the meat weighed. It- weight was Hlb*. 2ou. Mr. Gush said that tho sirloin had bom*, and for tlie convenience of the customer tin- was trimmed. The bon
February 17, 1939 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 

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Tours to Germany

Tours to Germany

Colonel C. C. Leveson-Gower, vicechairman of the South Kensington branch, moved resolution deprecating the sponsoring of tour' Germany. Most the German people, he said, regarded the visits as instigated the British Government. It should remembered that some members of the Britis
February 17, 1939 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
BRISK BUSINESS

BRISK BUSINESS

Inspector Visits Shop During Saturday Night Rush At Kensington Petty Sessions, at Kensington Town I bill on Tuesday, West (Butchers), Ltd., 4-5 West Smithfield, K.C. 1. were summoned by the London County Council under the Sale of Food (Weights and Measures) Act, 1926, for delive
February 17, 1939 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
OI R FRIEND THE DOG

OI R FRIEND THE DOG

Goats for Dogs one secs dogs wearing I kind* coats- from tartan to tweed, fron. macintosh to melton a.u l one wonders our canine companions arc becoming -softer (in physical eens* ) tha tneir forl*»ars. One ‘•u«|»e<t-. however, that in many tb**v ar*; c*iat»<l to carrv out the n
February 17, 1939 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
OBITUARY

OBITUARY

Mr. F. Johnson At tin* funnral Saturday of Mr. F'red Johnson. 69 (Wi.ly road. Fulham, was beautiful wrostli from family sGiivi.. I"'** day* Morn- h»*l -ufferod gaddeo horoavonijr' t«,v|>Uon»ny sa<l cir<*nmslam*es. The emblem was •• from Mr. ami Mis. Shoeamith and family. ■ Early
February 17, 1939 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
LOCAL LICENSEES

LOCAL LICENSEES

Discuss Bench’s Decision on Hours Question the annual meeting of the Fulham an*l Sooth l.icenaoil Victuallers’ lV>tectiou Association -The Briunnim,” 515 Fulham-rood, on Wednesday, Mr. K. Q. PartHt was elected chairman, lie complimented the members on the *l>)cndi«l conduct then
February 17, 1939 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England