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BUSfcS 11 S' the Im-m SINDAV, MAY 21 CHtUSEA’S RfcPIKTOKY HIM THEATRE GEORGE SANDERS DOLORES DEL PETER LORRE THURSDAY. MAY 25
May 19, 1939 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
LANCER SPY

LANCER SPY

IcifclON Bank H' li(J
May 19, 1939 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
A Good Idea

A Good Idea

•*lt would b**grand." Mr. Harrisson said. • if we could get together group Fulham to paint the life Fulham as it really is." mentioned that most of the pictures the miners were sold for £2 each. *• They paint for fun and naturally." he observed. Mr. Trevelyan said it was not so
January 6, 1939 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE COOKED CHICKEN

THE COOKED CHICKEN

Fulham Men’s Escapade at Putney Katiirduv before Mr. Wilson at the South Western Police Court, William Charles oulston (54), labourer, .17 William Parnell House, llaglev’s-lane. Fulham, and Joseph W’est*(27), fitter, 6 Orbain-road, I*ulham. u* ' ■ hurpsd liimi 1 with stealing ch
January 6, 1939 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THREE MEN IN TAXI

THREE MEN IN TAXI

Story Shop Robbery George Connor (32). laboorer. Armadale-road. Fulham, man charge'l, on remand, befoio Mr. Paul Bennett, West Police Court Monday, mith the i»npi>OFcd unlawful poaaeaaioi) of aix overcoats ami aix ; al»*o with being concerned mith two other men (not in in into s
January 6, 1939 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Elementary Right of the Individual

Elementary Right of the Individual

just free health treatment.” she said. Miss Cohn urged the necessity for pressing for extension of the school-leaving age to 16. I depressed when I see girls change almost completely a few weeks after leaving school,” she said. •• They go into the workshops and see girls a few y
May 19, 1939 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
The Mayor or Chelsfa (Councillor G. F. Wilkins, J.P.)

The Mayor or Chelsfa (Councillor G. F. Wilkins, J.P.)

The Mayor Chelsfa (Councillor G. F. Wilkins, J.P.) (honorary secretary ami treasurer), an I Mr. H. (»• Strauss. M l’, fur Norwich, who sp<>ke • and the Future of the Town.’’ Mr. Strauss, member of the Chelsea Society, lives in Cheynewalk. Moving the adoption of the 12th annual re
May 19, 1939 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
oALMONT. CHELSEA

oALMONT. CHELSEA

mid Lucille lift\€ •• The Bin Street,” at it next week. It is f love New Most even st>fcri*l <irt« £134 13r. ■iety The Clinlm and secretary ..rK i* bution anm £.2AI 173. 7d. availaractei-* able, adinitlinp ful! gliares of £1 J*. .J--and to each of ttie 209 members. The war
January 1, 1943 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
CHRISTMAS IN CUSTODY FOR YOUTH

CHRISTMAS IN CUSTODY FOR YOUTH

Before Mr. H. McKenna, at Uow,-treet Police Court, on December 22. Janet Christie (19), rtorif»t, no abode, and McCarthy (17), lalxiurer, 10 Calthorpeslrcet. W.C.. were with laung .incerned together atealing £1 from meter and two towels, valued at 10s. from 85 Alderney-street. I
January 1, 1943 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
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January 1, 1943 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England