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HEEHE HILL.

HEEHE HILL.

Messrs. Bnyloy. Adnms, Hawker, and Noble. Solicitors, of Uaydon House, Potter’s Fields. S.E.: of tho Auctioneer, Commercial House. Herne Hill Station, S.E. Telephone, No. Hi, •’ Clapham."
27 February 1897 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
DISGRACEFUL CONDUCT.

DISGRACEFUL CONDUCT.

James Early appeared to a summons for acting in disorderly manner and refusing to leave 'he Commercial Hotel, Herne Hill, when requested to do so by Mr. arrow hook, the manager. Evidence was given fully bearing out tho case, and also
28 February 1880 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
STOCKWELL.

STOCKWELL.

at the Hart; of Messrs. Traill and Howell, Solicitors, of 46, Queen Victoria-street, E.C.: or of the Auctioneer. Commercial Honao. Herne Hill Station, S.E. Telephone, No. 91, Clapham.”
20 February 1897 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
BELTINGE BAY, CLIFFS.

BELTINGE BAY, CLIFFS.

E<q., Solicitor, 62, King William-street, 8.C.; Walter Hall, Esq., 83, Chancery-lane, W.C.; and the Auctioneer, Commercial House, Herne Hill Station, S.E.
14 July 1894 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

Larkhall-lane, Clapham, the beloved wife of Edward John (Ted) Blackburn, voonreat daughter the late William Cobley. the Commercial Hotel, Herne Hill, aged the 3rd inat., at 114, Croxted-road, Weet Dulwich. Arthur (late the Bank of England), aged 58. WIN TOSH.
08 June 1901 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
FOX TERRIER RABBIT COURSING. THE SURREY CLUB.

FOX TERRIER RABBIT COURSING. THE SURREY CLUB.

11. beat Mr. Savage’s Thorn, winning two courses. At the conclusion of the meeting the company adjourned *o the Commercial Hotel. Herne Hill, where the stakes were paid over, and with musical evening.
27 March 1889 - Sporting Life - London, London, England
 
COUNTERFEIT COIN

COUNTERFEIT COIN

-eller, and Joseph Coombs, general dealer, were charged with uttering counterfeit coin.— David Torr, a barman the Commercial Hotel, Herne-hill, stated that on Tuesday he was in the bar, when the prisoners entered in company. Boon called for two drinks, and
18 September 1908 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
47 (Late No. 120), CHURCH ROAD,

47 (Late No. 120), CHURCH ROAD,

. each. Particular.. plane, and tickets, of the Land Company, 67 & 68, Cheapside, E.C., or of the Auctioneers, Commercial House, Herne Hill, B.E. Telephone, 081 Hop.
09 September 1899 - Norwood News - London, London, England
 
COUNTERFEIT COIN,

COUNTERFEIT COIN,

Smith, a barmaid at the Half Moon Hotel. Herne Hill, and that afterwards Coombs, in company with Boon, entered the Commercial Hotel, Herne Hill, where Boon put down a bad florin payment for drinks. Mr. D. Torr, a barman at the house, at once noticed that
25 September 1908 - South London Press - London, London, England
 
FOX TERRIER RABBIT COURSING.

FOX TERRIER RABBIT COURSING.

run for any terror belonging to member of the club, of b under.—G. l.e >nard Downs, hoa. sec. Ilcad-qi.arters, Commercial Hotel. Herne Hill. N.B.— Questionable eharaciers will not admitted to the grotmil.—
19 December 1888 - Sporting Life - London, London, England