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Cyclists spend week-end on Isle of Wight

Cyclists spend week-end on Isle of Wight

Carlyle Cycling Club Whltsun week-end WEIS spent at the Lsle of Wight. On the journey down to the ferry at Portsmouth one of the party had a free wheel sprocket deciding to free wheel both ways. This was soon put right when his wheel was changed around to the 'flied side. This m
June 21, 1957 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
BED-SITTERS

BED-SITTERS

A4mAND George's, 34-year-old writer and broadcaster, who recently started a "National Bed-sitters' Assortstion", for people who reside in bed-sitters has been interviewed for the BBC. Home Service prosnwome "Town and Country," about the ameoclation. He will also broadcast to 2.0
June 21, 1957 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
MU; it, nit

MU; it, nit

June 21, 1957 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
HONOURS FOR ARTIST, SCOUTS WORKERS, ORGANIST

HONOURS FOR ARTIST, SCOUTS WORKERS, ORGANIST

A well-known Chelsea artist, several of the administrative staff or workers of the Boy Scouts Association, of Buokingharn Palace Road, St. Margaret's organist and choirmaster, an official at the Science Museum, South Kensington, and many executive officers In Whitehall governmen
June 21, 1957 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
STRUCK IN ANGER

STRUCK IN ANGER

STRUCK IN "The next I remember was finding myself In a fully lighted street with two men who escorted me to hospital. "My watch and money were missing." Dr. David Davis. of St. Stephens Hospital. Fulham Road. Chelsea. said Herbert had severe lacerations on his face and complained
June 21, 1957 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
I. /h€- THE TEA PLANTER Planter, who 30 years of his I estates M Assam, Im seen on Independent every

I. /h€- THE TEA PLANTER Planter, who 30 years of his I estates M Assam, Im seen on Independent every

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September 30, 1955 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Hotel theft by employee

Hotel theft by employee

el.. •••••• •••••• •••• .•• .•••• MO. 0.. 0.. .... ... 0... .:1.1 * 45-hour working week ending at 4.30 p.m. ou Saturday with a mid-week halt-day. * Full traiuM gives. Previous Morisse* sot sostotlal. * Overalls supplied laundered free. * Good meals available at reasonable prigs
September 30, 1955 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
PAGE THREE Police watched him

PAGE THREE Police watched him

Said by Chief Insp. Chapman I ' to have been seen by watching police officers to control the movements of a prostitute. Frederick Henry Cox, a 34- year -old lorry driver of Queen's Gate Terrace, South Henaington. at West London sentenced to one month's Imprisonment. "Ile la a sh
June 11, 1954 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
DiTIMIOES

DiTIMIOES

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June 11, 1954 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
IRLS

IRLS

Diving. Under 131: 1. B. Copper. 2. CI. Dunning. 3. C Pcvader. 4. J. Cowan. Over 131: 1. R. Collins, 2. F. Watkins. 3. B. Lee, 4. B. Cannon. One length back-stroke.- lUnder 13: 1. M. Inns. 2. J. Bartram 3. V. Ooppard. Under Under 14: 1. D. Jepp, 2. B. Oannon. 3. E. Bain. Over 14
June 11, 1954 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England