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TO SI UR Oil OK&

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June 15, 1916 - West Middlesex Gazette - London, London, England
 
YOUR PHOTO in a FANCY DRESS Si: l'o,tcards for Fancy Costume 'applied Free. Come and see. Test FANCY DRESS STUDIO;

YOUR PHOTO in a FANCY DRESS Si: l'o,tcards for Fancy Costume 'applied Free. Come and see. Test FANCY DRESS STUDIO;

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June 15, 1916 - West Middlesex Gazette - London, London, England
 
TRUE PATRIOTISM.

TRUE PATRIOTISM.

WEST EALING SPEAKER ON SOW EVILS TO BE TACKLED. Quoting as the orthodox definition, " Love of one's native country and devotion to its interests and ((atom," Miss A. Rose addressed last Sunday afternoon's gathering of the West Ealing P.S.A. on " True PairS itism " We were mu dor
June 24, 1916 - Ealing Gazette and West Middlesex Observer - London, London, England
 
THE GAZETTE. SATURDAY. JUNE 24. 1916.

THE GAZETTE. SATURDAY. JUNE 24. 1916.

June 24, 1916 - Ealing Gazette and West Middlesex Observer - London, London, England
 
THE BIGGEST RAC DAY EALING HAS EVER SEEN

THE BIGGEST RAC DAY EALING HAS EVER SEEN

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June 24, 1916 - Ealing Gazette and West Middlesex Observer - London, London, England
 
TO OE LET OR SOLO.

TO OE LET OR SOLO.

AILTIKTIO combining all the :Idea's tastes of a private house; rent from E 55. - Apply Robert J. Akers. Woodgrangenv., Ealing Common. A ODIN and Ealing Dietrista.-Ifonsee, !late. 1 CR • Shops, Laundry and Factory Pressler'. I Land. eta., to be Let or Bold. Furnishud liouset and
June 24, 1916 - Ealing Gazette and West Middlesex Observer - London, London, England
 
AN APPEAL FOR LITERATURE.

AN APPEAL FOR LITERATURE.

The Chairman said he was talking the other day with Mr. A. W. Mackenzie, the Chairman of Actop Library Committee, and gathered that that Committee. being also in reduced circumstances, and not in a position to purchase new books, had decided to advertise in the local papers, and
June 10, 1916 - Ealing Gazette and West Middlesex Observer - London, London, England
 
DUTCH DALY

DUTCH DALY

KENWAY & GREEN
June 10, 1916 - Ealing Gazette and West Middlesex Observer - London, London, England
 
COMMANDER AND CHAPLAIN GO DOWN ON H.M.S. DEFENCE.

COMMANDER AND CHAPLAIN GO DOWN ON H.M.S. DEFENCE.

The Price of Admiralty of which Kipling %rote, and for which British sailors since the time of Drake—and even before his day—died, has come home to us once more. In the North Sea fight our tars died as they always died—engaging the enemy. To them the glory to the women the pride
June 10, 1916 - Ealing Gazette and West Middlesex Observer - London, London, England
 
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June 10, 1916 - Ealing Gazette and West Middlesex Observer - London, London, England