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07 February 1975 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
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07 February 1975 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
MAY STAY

MAY STAY

Allegations that the tenant of a ground floor fiat at Pont Street. Chelsea. interfered the running of the house. used insulting language. and that his dog was a nuisance, were made by the lessors. at Westminster Rent Tribunal. The lessee, who had given notice to quit. applied to
03 August 1956 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Two floor parking

Two floor parking

SLOANE SQ. PLAN WOULD CAUSE CONGESTION Chelsea Council's town plan- 1 ning committee was criticised last week for recommending refusal of planning permission for the erecUon of offices and six self-contained fiats over Sloane Square Station. Reasons given by the committee were t
03 August 1956 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
-11ROKEN41EAK1ED"

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-11ROKEN41EAK 1 ED" "I am broken-hearted. it was the loveliest tree in Chellea4l said Mrs. Dorothy Campbell. from whose garden at No. 17. Selwood Place, South Kensington, a large acacia tree was blown down in the gale. The tree, which completely blocked the road, would have neede
03 August 1956 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
MEALS FOR 70

MEALS FOR 70

They saw the delightfully decorated ladies' lounge with its pale blue and grey covered armchairs. its thick pile carpet and charming little coffee tables. glass-topped with oldfashioned mans of English counties on each. Most - admired by the Mayoress was the spacious "galley" (k
03 August 1956 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
FASHION MODELS WILL PARADE IN TOWN HALL Chelsea show may be on television

FASHION MODELS WILL PARADE IN TOWN HALL Chelsea show may be on television

The school presented him with an expensive fruit bowl. his wife was handed a bouquet. Mr. Cooper came to the school In 1915. He had special knowledge of Preach and had degrees in history and maths. For a time he concentrated on maths and then became a senior history master. He s
03 August 1956 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
MENTAL ANGUISH

MENTAL ANGUISH

MENTAL "The evident physical infirmity which is frequently very gross. has contributed to the belief. In the past, that the children concerned were mental defectives. . . "When such an opinion was accepted. the mental anguish caused to adults unfortunately so afflicted, bearing i
03 August 1956 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Saw a `hod' and ran: arrested alter chase

Saw a `hod' and ran: arrested alter chase

After a police chase in Soho a police officer was; asked to explain what was meant by an arrested man who said: "I saw a h0d..." P.C. K. Merton. in the witness-box at London Sessions. said it an expression used to describe a fast police car. _ Before the Court was Robext Littler
03 August 1956 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
VERYONE A zoo In the country yet only 35 minutes train %Valetloo. set in 63 acres of beautiful grounds. Circus

VERYONE A zoo In the country yet only 35 minutes train %Valetloo. set in 63 acres of beautiful grounds. Circus

. . . Pets Corner . . Aquarium . until Sept. ii Guards' Bands every Sunday and August 6. Lovely Gardens. Punch Judy. floating Lake. Model Village . . . Miniature Railway . Penguin Pool. Licensed bars Amai. Photo romp. (Detail, at gate only.). Adults 2/6. Children 1/3. Special Ra
03 August 1956 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England