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Leighton Buzzard and Linslade
Shops Adverts 
from Leighton Buzzard Past and Present, 1905

Places > Shops

Shop Adverts

Advert 1

  • H. Samuel, 56 High Street. Pharmaceutical, dispensing and photographic chemist, manufacturer of aerated table waters in syphons

Advert 2

  • John J. Clarke, 7 Church Square. Plumber and house decorator

Advert 3

  • George Payne, 52 and 54 North Street and 1 Church Street. Groceries, teas, coffees, provisions etc
  • George Payne, Beer Stores, 44 North Street. Ales and stouts, wines and spirits

Advert 4

  • Cash and Co., 9 Bridge Street. Boots and shoes
  • The Leighton Buzzard Clothing Stores, 35 High Street. Jas. Geo. McCubbin, outfitter. Depts: men's and boy's clothing, hats, hosiery, gloves, ties, collars etc

Advert 5

  • T.H. Bishop, 13 and 15 Lake Street, Leighton Buzzard and 11, High Street and 3 Cambridge Street, Aylesbury, Bucks. Saddler and harness maker. Established before 1800. Telephone no. 21, P.O.

Advert 6

  • Albert E. Dawson, 8 Heath Road. Builder and contractor
  • E. Halford, 22 Market Square. Goldsmith, watchmaker, manufacturing jeweller and optician
  • W. Jellis, "Melvin", Regent Street, Vandyke Road. Gas-fitter and bell-hanger

Advert 7

  • George F. Green, High Street. Also 2, Broadway Buildings, Walham Green, Fulham, S.W., and at 121 King's Road, Chelsea, S.W. General and furnishing ironmonger. Garden requisites, dairy and kitchen utensils, coach makers', carpenters' and bricklayers' tools, builders' and farmers' ironmongery, cutlery and plated goods, oils and ready mixed paints. Agent for Alexandra Oil. Bicycles, footballs, hockey and golf clubs, tennis goods. Sacks let out on hire

Advert 8

  • Wood and Co., 44 High Street. Cooks, confectioners and refreshment contractors. Marquees. Dealers in game

Advert 9

  • James Willson, "The Fashionable", 39 High Street. Boots and shoes, leggings, repairs. Agent for Sutton and Co., general carriers. Established 1860

Advert 10

  • William Gill, 20, Market Square. Draper, milliner, ladies' outfitter. Special selections in art needlework. Silks and other requisites for embroidery purposes. Paton's celebrated knitting wools
  • Edward Fortnum, naturalist etc.. Bird, animal and fish stuffer. Picture-frame maker. Mouldings. Mounts cut to order. Old frames, looking glasses, brackets etc regilded. Glass shades and stands. Dealer in old sporting prints. Old pictures restored. Mildew spot taken out of old engravings

Advert 11

  • J. W. Tearle, Berlin House. General draper, milliner, costumier and silk mercer. Wedding outfits. Mourning completely furnished. Agent for Aertex Cellular Clothing and P. and P. Campbell, Perth Dye Works

Advert 12

  • A. W. Cowley, 8 and 10 High Street. General and fancy draper. Large assortment of dolls

Advert 13

  • J. J. Martin, Linslade and Canal Bridge Nurseries, Telephone Number 39

Advert 14

  • Morgan and Co., Ltd., Coach-building and motor works. London show-rooms: 127 Long Acre and 10, Old Bond Street

Advert 15

  • R. Purrett Showrooms, Bridge Street. Pianos, organs, harmoniums. Tuning and repairing a speciality. West Beds. and East Bucks. pianoforte warehouse. Agents - Mrs Lehmanns Aylesbury; Miss Coales, Luton

Advert 16

  • T. H. Munday, 18 Bridge Street and at Bletchley. Watch and clock-maker, jeweller etc.
  • Chamberlain Bros., 29 High Street. Ladies and gents' tailors

Advert 17

  • John White and Co., North Street and High Street. Importers and bonders of wines and spirits and dealers in cigars

Advert 18

  • T. J. Luck, 53, 57, 59 High Street. General and fancy draper, milliner and costumier, and gentlemen's outfitter. Agent for Dr Jaeger's sanitary woollen clothing. Dressmaking. Wedding and mourning orders. Agent for Achille Serre, high-class dyer and cleaner

Advert 19

  • E. Janes, Leighton Dairy, Hockliffe Street. Agent for St Ivel cheese and Blackmore Vale tea. Estab. nearly 20 years
  • James Robinson, Basket Works, 43 Lake Street. Manufacturer of agricultural and fancy baskets

Advert 20

  • Ridgway and Pledger. Drapers and costumiers, millinery, dressmaking, men's mercery and general outfitting, carpets, furnishing etc

Advert 21

  • G. Chandler, Coal depot, Charity Wharf. Coal and corn merchant, corn, hay, straw, coal, coke, lime etc.
  • The Leighton 6 1/2d. Bazaar, Furnishing Stores, 29 Market Square. Fancy goods, toys etc., china, glass and earthenware, iron, tin and enamel ware, household goods. Proprietor Fred Parrott

Advert 22

  • J. H. Green. Wholesale and family grocer, wine and spirit merchant, maltster, hop, corn, seed and cake merchant. Telephone number 11, P.O.

Advert 23

  • The Old Cake House, 40 Lake Street. Milk bread and rolls. Cakes, buns, scones, pastry. Tea parties catered for. Proprietor C.E Frank

Advert 24

  • F. J. Reid, 19 High Street. Gilder, mountcutter, printseller etc.
  • Joseph Spiers, 43 High Street. Watch and clock maker, goldsmith and jeweller
  • Geo. D. Claridge, Workshops, Lake Street; private address, Albany Road. Builder and contractor, shop fitter, decorator and sanitary engineer. Inside and outside blinds made and repaired, cabinet maker and undertaker

Advert 25

  • Gibbs and Co., High Street. China, glass and earthenware, cabinet makers and upholsterers, house removals, complete house furnishings
  • The Albion Temperance Hotel, High Street. Proprietress Mrs Burroughs

Advert 26

  • Henry Jackson, Jackson's Steam Printing Works, High Street. Commercial, heraldic and fancy stationer, printer and bookbinder, bookseller and dealer in leather and continental goods. Mudies' Library. Telegrams - "Observer", Leighton Buzzard. Telephone - No.37

Advert 27

  • Aveline and Phillips. Upholsterers and cabinet makers. Carpets, curtains, bedsteads, linoleums, window blinds, bedding. Removing and warehousing. Established in the reign of William IV

Advert 28

  • Durrell's Drug Stores, High Street. Branch of the Tabard Inn Library. Photographic goods, drugs, chemicals, medicines. Sponges, soaps and toilet requisites. Perfumes. Mineral waters. Veterinary medicines. Proprietor W.E. Durrell. Telephone No. 57, G.P.O., Leighton Buzzard

Advert 29

  • G. B. Tutt. Builder, contractor and house decorator. Drainage and sanitary work and repairs of every description
  • W. Goodson, R.S.S., 12 Hockliffe Street. Shoeing and general smith

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