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Shops Adverts From Dunstable, Its History And Surroundings, 1904

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Shop Adverts From Dunstable, Its History and Surroundings,
by Worthington G. Smith, 1904

Page i
- John Homan Thorpe, 76 High Street, national telephone No. 041, auctioneer, valuer, land and estate agent

Page iv
- Charles Lockhart and Son, 3 and 4 High Street., 2, 3 and 4 Church St., silk mercers, tailors, house furnishers, general drapers, outfitters, carpet factors and funeral carriage proprietors

Page xiv
- G. E. Costin, High Street, removals by road or rail; horse traps, brakes and waggonettes for hire; butcher

Page xv
- Rixson Bros., The Old Retreat, High Street, antique showroom, upholsterers, cabinet makers, furniture removals

Page xvi
- Dunstable Borough Gazette and Luton Journal, Proprietor Miles Taylor, High Street, newspaper publishing offices

Page xvii
- Miles Taylor, "Gazette" Office Dunstable, printer and stationer
- R. Forrest (late Levitt), toy, stationery and fancy goods dealer; and wholesale and retail tobacconist

Page xviii
- Joseph Andrews (late Shepherd), Victoria Bun House, 10 High Street, Wholesale and retail pastrycook, confectioner and caterer

Page xix
- William Durrant, 16 High Street North, house furnisher (with photo)

Page xx
- S. Farmer and Co., 3 West Street, pianos and organs
- The 'Traveller' Cycle and Motor Works, Proprietor W. Scott, High Street

Page xxiv
 - C. Boskett and Son, Regent Street, builders, plumbers, decorators, gas and water fitters

Page xxv
- William Lockhart, London and North Western Station, coal and builders' merchant. Telegrams: "William Lockhart, Dunstable"

Page xxvi
- Herbert A. Strange, 23 High Street, photographic artist

Page xxvii
- Kilby and Sons, 72 High Street North and 34 Edward Street, fancy bread and biscuit bakers, pastry cooks and confectioners

Page xxviii
-J. Chambers and Son, Market Place, builders' merchants and general ironmongers

Page xxix
- James Field, The Studio, 75 High Street North, pictorial photography

Page xxx
- C. Vater, 180 High Street South, complete house furnisher

Page xxxii
- W. Love, grocer; wine, spirit and beer merchant

Page xxxiii
- W. Neale, 16 Edward Street, baker, corn dealer and flour merchant; horses, traps, chaises, wagonettes etc for hire

Page xxxiv
-  G. J. Tennant, Manchester Street, opposite cattle market, Luton, and at Dunstable, watches, clocks, jewellery, silver and electro plate

Page xxxv
- Henry Limbrey, (Successor to the late J. H. Limbrey), West Street, general ironmonger and coppersmith

Page xxxvi
- A. J. Perkins, 61, 62 and 63 High Street North, drapery and outfitting

Page xxxviii
- F. Monk, 20 High Street, dress materials
- A. D. Sinfield, 27 High Street South and 30, West Street, tobacconist and stationer; circulating library and registry office for servants

Page xxxix
- Joseph Flemons, The Pharmacy, pharmaceutical chemist
- Edward Franklin, 97 Church Street, joiner, builder and undertaker

Page xl
- Dales' Gold Medal Dubbin
- Le Petit Louvre, 14 High Street North, milliner

Page xli
- Burch and Co., 15 High Street North, cut flowers, seed merchants, fruiterers, greengrocers etc., licensed dealers in game; agent for the Scottish Accident Insurance Company, the London and Lancashire Insurance Company; the Employers' Liability Act; and Horse and Carriage Company
- C. E. Bigg, 76 High Street North, milliner
- J. J. Hawkins, Albion Street, butcher

Page xliii
- S. C. and R. Lester, 11 High Street, general and furnishing ironmongers

Page xliv
- The Confectionery Bazaar, 70 High Street, confectionery and chocolates
- J. Boskett, 43 High Street South, family grocer and provision merchant
- W. H. Hutchins, 6 Church Street, taylor
- W. M. Clark, tobacco blender

Page xlv
- R. T. Cook's, 81 High Street North, hairdressing salon
- W. Brightman, 71 High Street North, hatter, draper and outfitter
- James Sharp, 98 and 99 Victoria Street, grocer and provision merchant
- F. Walker. 14 High Street. Ladies', gents' and children's boots and shoes

Page xlvi
- J. H. Proverbs, Sub Post Office, near the Grammar School
- W. H. Hunt, 173 High Street, saddler and harness maker
- W. Brooks, Upper Union Street, baker and mealman
- Edward Eames, Near the Post Office, High Street North, farrier, whitesmith etc

Page xlviii
- W. Summerfield, 48 High Street South, painter, glazier and decorator; plumber, gas and water fitter
- W. H. Emerton, 15 High Street, fancy draper and general outfitter
- C. K. Boskett, 175 Middle Row, hairdresser and perfumer

Page xlix
- Charles Pitkin and Son, West Street, undertakers and funeral carriage proprietors
- J. Mead, Jun., and Fensome, Church Street, shoeing and jobbing smiths
- A. F. Hobbs, The Nurseries, Princes Street, plants nursery

Page lvi
- A. Anderson & Son, 60 High Street North, ladies and gentleman's tailors, hatters, hosiers and outfitters

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