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COL►ECTIONS IN AlO OF X RAY HMO.

COL►ECTIONS IN AlO OF X RAY HMO.

BOOK !location from Ss. and upwards. Culleetions were made by the following gentlemen:—Mr. if. D. strung and Sons. xbb 13,.; Mr. T. F. Martin. £33 9u. 6d.; Mr. H. Prince, £l4 126. W.: Mr. A. att. 6d.; Mr. A. Chia. 1 1M bil.; Mr. Fullagar. s. d. Donations as advertised ... 114 S
May 13, 1921 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
The Other Ohl&

The Other Ohl&

The Other Much of the work on the Northern Relief Sewer is of a specialised and technical character and experienced men from all parts of the country have to be engaged on it. Whenever possible, according to the statistics iegularly presented to the Council, local men are employe
May 13, 1921 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
NOME SUMCL

NOME SUMCL

RESPECTABLE woman wants few days or mornings' work: no washing —R. T.. 180, Valetta-rd. Acton Vale 3246 g WIDOW. age SO. seeks situation as housekeepar to working or business man —Apply A. W.. 23, Grafton-rd. Acton 33.2 g Waisted. ACTON SERVANTS AGENCY (registered) (199. Bich-st
May 13, 1921 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
Uswtss Areas V. Ilselerswes tild.

Uswtss Areas V. Ilselerswes tild.

Uswtss Areas V. tild. Played at Nort:i Acton Playing Fields on S.iturday, and won by Sanderson's. Newton Avenue fielded first, and throughout the innings rain continued. bowling and fielding suffering very severely Sanderson's 10th tell for 90 runs Rain had ceased when Newton Ave
May 13, 1921 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
Bowls. ..ww

Bowls. ..ww

The Great Western Association opened their ground at Castlnbar Park on the last Saturday in April. and a good number of members put in an appearance for the inauguration of another season. The glean wan re-laid at the conclusion of lent year's play. and it is hoped that the care
May 13, 1921 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
TO FORD OWNERS. PRIVATE ROOMY LOCKUPS, 16ft. bin. by Bft. 6in., brick built, heated in winter, straight drive out on

TO FORD OWNERS. PRIVATE ROOMY LOCKUPS, 16ft. bin. by Bft. 6in., brick built, heated in winter, straight drive out on

to quiet street, from L3O per annum. A. W S. ANDREWS, Ltd., Authorised Ford Dealers. Uxbridge Rd., Ealing Common, w,5. 'Mee: EALING 1557. ,
May 13, 1921 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
CHURCH TUTORIAL CLASSES.

CHURCH TUTORIAL CLASSES.

The Bishop of London draws the attention of the Diocese to the work of the Church Tutorial Classes Association. The Bisbop of Manchester ie president, the Dean of King's College and Mr. Albert Mansbridge are vice-presidents, and Major J. W. Povah general secretary. The object of
September 12, 1924 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
TWO SLIGHT FIRES.

TWO SLIGHT FIRES.

At 11.36 p.m. on Friday. there was an alarm of fire from a factory owned by the Dairy Supply Co.. Ltd., Cumberlandavenue. Park Royal, caused by the smouldering of cindery, in a wooden case used by the workpeople for refuse. The Willesden Fire Brigude attended, and extinguished t
September 12, 1924 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
kWh' Oak.

kWh' Oak.

Oak. Following the decision of the heats on the previous Friday. the annual gala of the Acton and Chiswick Schools Swimming Association will be held m Acton Maths on Friday, the 26th inst. Mr. E. Collar, who succeeded Mr. S. Ewing as lion. sec., has the arrangements well i n hand
September 12, 1924 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
Flexibility.

Flexibility.

A valuable characteristic of electricity for lighting is extraordinary flexibility; for instance, lamps can be controlled by switches placed at any desired distance from the lighting point. By duplioating the switch points, staircases run be lighted top or bottom, a bedroom be l
September 12, 1924 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England