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SUNLIGHT Incandescent Oil Lamp.

SUNLIGHT Incandescent Oil Lamp.

1110 OANDLI• POWER. - 27/6. FERRIS. BROTHERS, £ Retail 104 & 106, CBURCHFIELD RD., ACTON, W. 3.
September 17, 1926 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
[ONE PENNY.

[ONE PENNY.

September 17, 1926 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
DISCOVERY ON GOLF LINKS.

DISCOVERY ON GOLF LINKS.

Great consternation and deep regret were caused on the East Acton Estate last week when it became known that Mr, William Francis Bovington, aged thirty-seven, formerly regimental sergeant-major in the Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry, who had for some time been resident with Mr.
September 17, 1926 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
TO TSB ItIOTOR.

TO TSB ItIOTOR.

TO TSB Sir.—The appeal for A5OO to enable the Clare Hall Tuberculosis Hospital, South Mimms, to be equipped with wireless, has resulted in £4OO being raised thus far, and I venture to make a final request to your readers to provide the balance during the next week or two. Arrange
September 17, 1926 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
PENSIONS SPORTS NEWS.

PENSIONS SPORTS NEWS.

Acton Offices Successes. In the September issue of the "Monthly Bulletin" (the official organ of the Ministry of Pensions Social and Sports Assn elation), interesting details are given of the activities of tit. , varied branches of this association. lbe Acton staffs have been su
September 17, 1926 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
FRAME AERIAL CONNECTIONS.

FRAME AERIAL CONNECTIONS.

A reader asks if a frame aerial is suit able for a tliree•valve set. Not usually. Three stages of H.F. are nearly always needed to give really &atm. factory working with a loop aerial, and this four or five valves. Stations can be picked up with a frame aerial and three v'►ves,
September 17, 1926 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
TO Mt EVllt.t.

TO Mt EVllt.t.

Sir,—ln reply to the letter in tho "Acton Gazette • of Sept. I, too. tilug statc that it is astounding fact for a vicar lo hove a seance in a vicarage. and for any member of the Chri-lint priesthood to do anything enli,Mtenesl, an broad-inimical, chisely follo‘ving the precedents
September 17, 1926 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
MARRIAGE STAPLES—TAYLOR.—On Sept. 15, at St. Mary's, Acton, by the Rev. Newsham Taylor, Paymaster Lieut. C. P. Staples, R.N. (retired),

MARRIAGE STAPLES—TAYLOR.—On Sept. 15, at St. Mary's, Acton, by the Rev. Newsham Taylor, Paymaster Lieut. C. P. Staples, R.N. (retired),

of Acton, and Gladys Mary Taylor, only daughter of M. and Mrs. J. B. Taylor, of " West Dene: l " St. Dunstan's-avenue, Acton.
September 17, 1926 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
H+ROWSE 1.7! The -Oraadwaq,WEST-L41,1.,MCN

H+ROWSE 1.7! The -Oraadwaq,WEST-L41,1.,MCN

H+ROWSE The -Oraadwaq,WEST-L41,1.,MCN particularly impressed with his methods. liis smooth, quiet, deliberate way of Fitting the ball gave me a model to work on. I endeavoured to engraft some of that player's methods into my own style. First of all I made an attack on my old faul
September 17, 1926 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
DEATIIS.

DEATIIS.

BASTERFIELD. On Wednesday, September 1, at 32, Stirling-mad, Acton, Ellen. beloved wife of William Baster&ld; ace C 5.
September 17, 1926 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England