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CHELSEA PROGRAMMES

CHELSEA PROGRAMMES

A screen version of an old farce very popular years ago will make Chelsea Caumont patrons chuckle and laugh. IN MABLE’S ROOM describes the highly funny and embarrassing adventures of a pair of newly-weds. The young bridegroom tells most of his prenuptial escapades to bride but.
August 11, 1944 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BOYS

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BOYS

G. P. 0. (14-14} years) OFFERED PERMANENT CAREERS IN THE POST OFFICE The Post Office Is in urgent need of
August 11, 1944 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Professional

Professional

RICHARDSON'S Advertising Agency. 27, Old Bond-st.. W 1 Specialised In small accounts, undertakes signwriting, shopfront writing price and display cards, brochures. HAVE your blitzed furniture repaired. polished and reupholstered; prompt attention: moderate prices. also buy furni
August 11, 1944 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
HYDE PARK HOTEL Requires Pantrywomen, Food Lift Attendants. Cleaners, Linen Boom Machinists. Full time or part-time; hours to suit; excellent

HYDE PARK HOTEL Requires Pantrywomen, Food Lift Attendants. Cleaners, Linen Boom Machinists. Full time or part-time; hours to suit; excellent

wages. AppIy—STAFF MANAGER
August 11, 1944 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE PICCADILLY HOTEL COOKS & ALL KITCHEN STAFF Underground kitchen CHAMBERMAIDS, live In DAILY CLEANERS and PLATE ROOM STAfF AppIy—STAFF

THE PICCADILLY HOTEL COOKS & ALL KITCHEN STAFF Underground kitchen CHAMBERMAIDS, live In DAILY CLEANERS and PLATE ROOM STAfF AppIy—STAFF

MANAGER Air-street Entrance, W.l
August 11, 1944 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
MYSTERY

MYSTERY

What the Chelsea-square mystery? What lies behind persistent rumour that certain house in the square has been robbed by master crooks, who got away with loot worth thousands of pounds? Two " W.L.P.'' reporters carrying out Investigations questioned a number of servants. Some def
June 15, 1945 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
PACK 711

PACK 711

June 15, 1945 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
AUCTIONS

AUCTIONS

Estab. 1876. Fla. 2351 R. M. COCKS. SON DE GROOT (Ralph G. Groot, fd.i , f.a.i.) Chartered Surveyor Consultant; H E. COCKS. r>x. AUCTIONEERS. SURVEYORS. ESTATE AGENTS & VALUERS, 338, King’s Road, Chelsea
June 15, 1945 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Situation

Situation

I am not among those who consider that before the war there were too many shops in Fulham. most Instances It Is la tlte public Interest that there should plenty of shops In such a district, but these arc not normal times. There Is a world shortage commodities owing to the ravage
June 15, 1945 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Number of Alerts

Number of Alerts

The report gave detailed history of Westminster's blitz, flying-bomb and V 2 experiences, and settled lot of queries about the number of alerts there were In Westminster. Public alr-rald warnings, It was slated, were sounded In the City on 1,224 occasions and the longest "alert,
June 15, 1945 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England