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3 From the “ Bull " Birchwood corner past 1 Roads east of the “ Porcupine " Inn.
Hockenden Sheep-cote past Kivington 2 Do. west of
to the Parish Boundary near Lane's North Cray.
4 The other Parish Roads not included in 1 Roads north of the Church and Bunker's
the former lots,
St. Paul's Cray.
1 From the Parish Boundary next Foot's Orpington.
Cray to the Church. 1 From St. Mary Cray to the White Hart 2 From the Church to the top of Leeson's Jnn.
Hill, as much as in the Parish. 5 From the White Hart Inn past the gravel 3 From the top of Leeson's Hill to the top
pits to Parish Boundary and the road up of Paul's Cray Common.
towards Chelsfield to Parish Boundary. 4 From the Direction Post on Paul's Cray 3 From Mr. Jackson's Farm near gravel Common near Marlins to Boundary
pits up past Crofton Pound, Pickington near Railway.
5 Sandy Lane, and other Roads not included 4 Two Roads from the Village to Perry Hall, in the above.
up Scudd's Hill to Corn Hayes and
West Wickham. 5 Road leading from Derry Down to Chels
I Wickham Street from the Swan Inn to the field Boundary near Lilley's Wood. 6 Road from Direction Post above Derry
Parish Boundary near the Pond.
2 From the National School, northwards, to 7 The other Parish Roads not included in
the Swan Inn, Wickham. the foregoing lots.
3 From Swan Inn to Parish Boundary in
Road leading to Beckenham and WickSt. Mary Cray.
ham Green Road to the Nursery 1 Road through the Village to Reynold ground. Smith's
4 From the National School southwards, and 2 From the Village past Kevington, past
all the Parish Roads not included in the Crouch to Crockenhill.
2nd.—The parties contracting for the Scrapings to remove the same as soon 'as lumped. Any Scrapings left after 48 hours Notice has been given by the Surveyor to the Contractor to remove the same, will be removed or disposed of by the Surveyor at the expense of the Contractor.
3rd.-Should any dispute arise between the Contractors respecting the Scrapings, the decision of the Surveyor to be final.
Tenders to be directed to Mr. GEO. GOLDING, District Surveyor, Cadlands, Chislehurst, Kent, on or before the 4th day of May next.
April 25th, 1864.
J. K. HUNTER
LONDON ROAD, BROMLEY.
admitted by Connoisseurs to be unrivalled.
AN OUT-DOOR APPRENTICE WANTED.
To Builders, Brick Makers, Speculators, and others. PERRY VALE, NEAR FOREST HILL, SYDENHAM, KENT. MB G. B. BAXTER
AS received instructions from the Assignees of Mr. G BOOTH, a Bankrupt, TO SELL as on One for Two o'clock, the Valuable LEASE of the FIELD with Earth ready for making about seven hundred and fifty Thousand of Bricks, the PLANT. STOCK and UTENSILS IN-TRADE, comprising 60,000 stock and place Bricks, about 3 tons of plaster of Paris, a quantity of sand, breeze and chalk, a quantity of glazed 3, 4, 6, and 9 in. drain pipes with junctions and bends, plumber's basins and syphons, barrows, troughs, wheeling planks, pug and wash mills, a set of scales and weights, wire seives, iron pumps, sundry old iron, pony cart, the erection of stable, 2 timber built sheds, a ditto cottage, ditto office, 2 covered vans on wheels, about 60 cement casks, 80 sacks, 140 hurdles, a large heap of dung, etc., etc.
May be viewed the morning of sale and Catalogues had on the Premises; and of Mr. G. B. BAXTER. Auctioneer and Valuer, Sun Fire Office, BROMLEY, KENT.
HIGH STREET, BROMLEY, KENT.
6 a Substantial Brick built RESIDENCE with front Court and Garden, situate in the centre of the Town of Bromley, and has been used for the Savings Bank, being an excellent position for business Premises, much required in this Town, and of the estimated Rental of £45 per annum. May be viewed three days preceding the sale, by applying on the Premises; and printed Particulars had of Messrs. LATTER, Solicitors, Bromley; and of Mr. G. BAXTER, Auctioneer and Valuer, BROMLEY, KENT.
To be Sold by Auction, by
THE NURSERY, BROMLEY COMMON, KENT.
To be Sold by Auction, by
MR. G. B. BAXTER
the 12 25 doz. of blooming Pelargoniums, 20 doz. Verbenas, 40 doz. Scarlet Geraniums, 4 dož. Tropæolums, 5 doz. double Do., 10 doz. Petunias, 2 doz. double Do., 3 doz. Heliotrope, 3 doz. scarlet Salvia, 15 doz. Florabunda Calceolarias, 5 doz dark Do., 3 doz. Flower of the Day Geraniums, 2 doz. of Christina Do., 10 doz blue Lobelia, 4 doz. of large Scarlet Geraniums, etc., etc. May be viewed two days preceding the sale and Catalogues had on the Premises, and of Mr. G. B. BAXTER, Auctioneer and Estate Agent, BROMLEY, KENT.
A. G. COOK & Co.
W. PAWLEY, JUN. Ale & Porter Brewer, Agents for Messrs. Alsopps & Sons," and
WINE AND BRANDY MERCHANTS
BROMLEY, KENT, S.E.,
Bass's PALE ALE, and Guinness's Extra
MAGASIN DE NOUVEAUTES.
XXX Fine Ale...... 54/- per Barrel MRS. JAMES (from Mrs. Hankewill's, 56
XX Family do. ... 36/
X Table Ale
Brook st., st.,) begs to announce that she is prepared with the styles for the present season in MILLINERY, DRESSES, and MANTLES. A large Stock of Flowers and every requisite for Mllinery purposes. Muslin and Cambric Chemisettes, Collars &c., in great variety. Mrs. James will be Prepared to show on the 9th inst.
Mrs. JAMES, Milliner & Dressmaker
In 9 and 18 Gallon Casks.
WILLIAM H. COOPER,
FAMILY DRAPER, MILLINER AND DRESSMAKER Dresses ...... Shawls...... Mantles......Bonnets...... Hats
Ribbons...... Feathers Flowers Trimmings Gloves ..... ... Hosiery ......... Stays.... ..... Baby Linen, &c.
&. A choice assortment of the New EMBROIDERED Robes for spring wear. A large Stock of Crinolines, newest shape and style.
FAMILY MOURNING ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE. W. H.C. being fully prepared to meet competition where QUALITY as well as Price is regarded, assures the Public of his determination not to be surpassed by any of the London Houses.
AGENT FOR THE
Metropolitan Steam Bleaching and Dyeing Company,
List of Prices on application.
LONDON HOUSE, BROMLEY.
FOX AND SON'S D RAYS
ARE APPOINTED TO START FOR:-
.. every other Wednesday
BROMLEY LITERARY INSTITUTE.
Subscription 10s. per Annum, or 2s. 6d. per Quarter.
A LARGE NUMBER of additional works has been added to this branch of
THE READING ROOMS AND LIBRARY are open daily, from 11 to 1 and from 2 to 10 p.m. (Sundays excepted) 2637 VOLUMES
and a plentiful supply of
NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS. J. NETTLEFOLD, W. W. BAXTER, Hon. Secs. W. G. GORDON,
WHOLESALE WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT, BROMLEY, KENT.
G. GORDON begs to announce that he has purchased of the Assignees of Mr. FREDERIC of the Premises, he intends continuing the above Business so long carried on by Mr. ACTON.
W. G. GORDON having been engaged in the Wholesale Wine and Spirit Trade for many years, trusts by supplying all goods of the finest qualities at fair prices, he may receive a continuance of the patronage so long bestowed on his predecessors, which it will be his very earnest
endeavour to deserve.
W. G. GORDON has made arrangements for shipment, to him direct, of the ALEXANDRA SHERRY, sold by Mr. F. J. Smith, and although the value of Wines has much increased, the price will remain as heretofore, 22s. per dozen cash, in 2 dozen cases.
AMUEL P. ACTON is sorry to trespass upon the attention of his Friends and the Public, but he is impelled to do so by a sense of duty towards Mr. Gordon, who has taken the Premises. It has been industriously circulated in the neighbourhood, that when Mr. F. J. Smith succeeded S. P. Acton, the former gave £500 for the Good Will of the business-this is entirely untrue, as S. P. Acton required and received of Mr. F. J. Smith Five Shillings only, as a nominal consideration for the Good Will.
BROMLEY, April 28th, 1864.
Hair Cutting and Shampooing Rooms,
E. H. FILBY AND SON,
From Douglas,' New Bond Street,
to inform the Nobility, Gentry, and Public, that the above Rooms are now open, and com plete with every comfort and convenience for Ladies' and Gentlemen's Hair Cutting, Washing The strictest attention to cleanliness and punctuality will be observed. Families waited upon at their own Residences, before 11 or after 5.
2, COLLEGE PLACE, HIGH ST., BROMLEY,
Steam Brewery, Bromley Common, Kent,
March 10th, 1864. W. PAWLEY, JUN., BI EGS to inform the nobility, gentry, and inhabitants of Bromley and the
surrounding neighbourhood that he has opened the above Brewery, and hopes hy supplying a good article at moderate prices to receive the kind support of his friends.
Orders by Post punctually attended to.
Opposite the College,
description for Sale or Hire. TUNING & REPAIRING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. A great variety of Stationery, and all kinds of Fancy Goods. SERVANTS' REGISTRY OFFICE, & CIRCULATING LIBRARY
Agent to the Caledonian Fire and Life Assurance Office.
Millinery, Dressmaking, Baby Linen, LADIES OUTFITTING AND FANCY DRAPERY
BOOTS, SHOES, AND GOLOSHES