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THE LADIES’ TAILOR.

THE LADIES’ TAILOR.

Long Coala from 85s. Coafeumes complete from 2J guineas. Customers own Material made up.
September 25, 1915 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Never Again.

Never Again.

Geoige Purbrick, of Sbepperton Green, Sheppettcn, was summoned lov using obscene language Sbepperton Green on September 4th.—P.C. Heart deposed to hearing defendant having an altercation with bis brother and using bad language. Witness asked him for his name, and be ewore him an
September 25, 1915 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CHEAP FIRE WOOD.

CHEAP FIRE WOOD.

LOOSE odd pieoes for chopping sd. per bashel; Rosin Wood Staves, clean and dry for cutting up (enough to make 40 bandies of wood) cwt. bundles about 20 staves, 9d. delivered, bntta for water; parafin casks 4s.each; larger sizes holding 80 gallons os. 6d.; 120 gallon siie, sft. b
September 25, 1915 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PC LICE COURT

PC LICE COURT

Tuesday. Before: Mr. H. Heldmann (chairman) and Mr. H. C. Green. Arrears. Charles Evans, of Ashford, was summoned for £l7 25., arrears of maintenance, by his wife.—Evidence having been given, order was made the defendant pay 2s. 6d. per week off the arrears.
September 25, 1915 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FOR SALE.

FOR SALE.

FURNITURE and effects of every description, in large sr small quantities, purchased for prompt cash, or advances made on Goods sent in to my Auction Rooms for absolute sale, distance no object. Apply Thomas Woods, Auctioneer, Hounslow. (Established nearly 100 years.) PATRIOTIC C
September 25, 1915 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
VALUATIONS. . . SURVEYS. . . ,

VALUATIONS. . . SURVEYS. . . ,

September 25, 1915 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
OUR LOCAL WARRIORS.

OUR LOCAL WARRIORS.

Second-Lieutenant Claude Bonnett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bonnett, of Alexandra House, Lampion-road, Hounslow, who is in the Army Cyclists Corps, left the end of last week for service at the Western Front. Mr. Eric J. S. Bonnett, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bonnett, of York House
September 25, 1915 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
S. STEPHEN’S, HOUNSLOW. The first of serifs of five ENTERTAINMENTS (39th season) in the Parish Rooms, Whittos Road. on TUESDAY,

S. STEPHEN’S, HOUNSLOW. The first of serifs of five ENTERTAINMENTS (39th season) in the Parish Rooms, Whittos Road. on TUESDAY,

SEPTEMBER 28th. 1915, arranged by Mrs. Dixon Box. Artistes:— Miss Florence Weatberdon; Miss Cbrietabel Smelt (soprano): Miss Kathleen Smelt (dansense); Miss Edith Test-r (oontralso); Mr. H. E. Overell (piaroforte); and others. Doors open at 7,50, Commence at 8 p m. Tickets: SIXP
September 25, 1915 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SPRING GROVE,

SPRING GROVE,

WE ARE HAVING a regular supply of fat young Rabbits, Is. 2d. and Is. 4d. Chickens, 35.; Fowls, 3s. 6d., ss. 9d., 45., 4s. 6d.; Ducks, 3s. 9d., 45., 4s. 6d. ; Pigeons. 10d., Is., Is. 2d.. Is. 4d.—John Fisher, 12, King’s Parade, Islewortb (telephone: Hounslow 183). Advt. SPECIAL C
September 25, 1915 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Dudley W. Harris & Co AUCTIONEERS, ESTATE AGENTS & VALUERS, STAINES AND FELTHAM. rent collection extending from Langley, Eg ham

Dudley W. Harris & Co AUCTIONEERS, ESTATE AGENTS & VALUERS, STAINES AND FELTHAM. rent collection extending from Langley, Eg ham

and Chertsey in the West, to Brentford, Mortlake, and Teddington in the East.
September 25, 1915 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England