Malfew Seklew and a New Way to Earn a Living


1845-1945, Malfew Seklew / Wednesday, June 20th, 2018
A simple series of shills from Sirfessor Seklew. A handsome reward is offered to the first to step forward and offer for sale any of the sacred artifacts listed below.  – Trevor Blake.

 

SIMPOLEONS! Listen! Don’t be blisters on the Bosom of Time, but look like Napoleons of Labour by wearing “Sericine” Silk Ties. Something New. Seklew’s Sample Shilling Set: 3 Ties, 1 Tie-Maker, 1 silver-cased Collar-fastener. 1s the Lot. Agents wanted. Particulars 1d. – Seklew and Co., 11, Chester-street, C.-on-M., Manchester.
Daily Herald March 20, 21, 23, 24, 26, 27, 28 1914

A NEW WAY to earn a living. New invention. Just out. Genuine Moneymaker. Samples, 1s. Comrade Barre earned [[L]]3 12s. last week. – Particulars from Seklew and Co., 11, Chester-street, Manchester.
Daily Herald April 8, 20, 21, 23, 29, 30; May 2, 4, 5 1914

HOUSEWIVES! Washing-day a pleasure not a bore. Use our special ‘Scrub-no-more.’ 7d secures recipe. – M. SEKLEW & Col., 268, Rutherglen Road, Glasgow.
Western Chronicle November 27, December 4 1908

COMRADES! Pocket your own profits. Send 1d. stamp for particulars of our latest quick-selling line to M. Seklew and Co., 11, Chester-street, Oxford road, Manchester.
Daily Herald March 14, 17 1914

AGENCY vacant; quick-selling line; easy to carry and small outlay. Samples 7d., from SEKLEW & Co., 11, Chester St., Oxford RJ., Manchester.
Whistable Times and Herne Bay Herald March 14, 21, 28 1914
Western Chronicle April 3 1914