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PHILLIPS & LEWIS

PHILLIPS & LEWIS

Licensed Chimney Sweeps and Boiler Flue Cleaners 89 LILLINGTON STREET WESTMINSTER, S.W.I ‘WEST LONDON PRESS” (IXJa King’s Road, Chelska) LICENSING NOTICES - WEST LONDON PRESS. JANU To the Borough Council of CHEU EA in the County of London, to the Snperintendanl of •f® lligtrict,
16 January 1942 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
FLAXMAN 1980

FLAXMAN 1980

Bri*ig Seud your Advertieementa to 123 a KING’S ROAD 'Sidk Okfick-0, of Shaw Held Street “West London Press” Offick Hours - 9 a.m. to 5 p.m Saturday - 9 a.ra. to 12 noon.
16 January 1942 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
BEEF SAUSAGE MEAT

BEEF SAUSAGE MEAT

Marlborough School Meals Centre Overcharged DR\YCOTT AVENUE BUTCHERS CLERICAL ERROR” Before Mr. Marshall Westminster Police Court Tuesday. Arthur bhrimpton, trading as Collins and Shrimpton. 112 Draycott avenue, Chelsea, admitted six summonses foi supplying to London County Coun
16 January 1942 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Story of Instructions

Story of Instructions

Roticrt Frank Evans, transport niaua<zer of the Aluminium Plant and Vessel Co., said gave Marling’s drivers instiuctioos to collect or deliver goods as the case might be. December 23 lie cave instructions Feathers tone 00l- aluminium castings from the Plant. Machinery and Access
16 January 1942 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
*T«ke my case’ DOUBTFUL

*T«ke my case’ DOUBTFUL

*T«ke case’ DOUBTFUL says Mrs. •• l ake case." says Mrs. Doubtful. "Upto a fortnight ago was haxing 4 pints of milk day. being four family if you count poor Auntie. Then suddenly they cut us to half, and ons week even that was partly out of tin. What are they doing with all the m
16 January 1942 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Taken From The Pantry

Taken From The Pantry

and was part the family ration. “ aro seven in family and 1 didn't think was breaking the rationing regulations.” added. Bunn said ho did not think lie was doing wrong because the meat gave was part of his own rations. The magistrate : But you sold it to him. That is quite diffe
16 January 1942 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
[STAMFORD BBIDCEJ

[STAMFORD BBIDCEJ

•• Diitrtci Walha-i ' frun '■'l’icm EVERY THURSDAY at 1.45 p.m. ** [iy Ventral Line cr Met. i Lane EVERY SATURDAY at 2.15 p.m. POST OFFICE ASSISTANTS APPEAL Dismissed With ss. Costs Kmt. M.. Smith, St BaUantim-trje; WanditWorth, »ho was convlcti-d - w.ftir.,; :cr Polite Court De
16 January 1942 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Se« to the Soil

Se« to the Soil

llemcmlier, too, that even tho most famous variety of kind will not llounsb in (KKir -oil. far greater importanoo than the s*>lection of a variety is the preparation of the soil thi> digging and fertilising of the -oil, the elimination posts, and the taking of precautions agains
16 January 1942 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Voted against

Voted against

" The swatter of the sae first cilme to my not!ce at a meeting in 1960. when thr-,une.: voted Itegent Lien being a; owed to build a petrol eystion on the site. Another application before the comet in 1961 and was passed. "I considered that the cc-xi-tete somersault th 3 counch t
16 March 1962 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Why it pays to advertistin the

Why it pays to advertistin the

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16 March 1962 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England