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TRAVELLING VERY FAST.

TRAVELLING VERY FAST.

Mr. G. Williams, of St. Matthew'sroad. Ealing Common, who was a passenger in the car, gave corroborative evidence. He said that the motor-cycle was travelling very fast. If the cyclist had not changed his mind concerning the aide of the road on which he was trying to pass, a col
June 29, 1928 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY, Bth JULY, COMBINED RAIL AND RIVER TRIP. INCLUSIVE FARE 5/3. Leave Petra! L M at O.M. for Window, arrive

SUNDAY, Bth JULY, COMBINED RAIL AND RIVER TRIP. INCLUSIVE FARE 5/3. Leave Petra! L M at O.M. for Window, arrive

3.11 p.m., running alongside Saloon Steamer " Reading," starting immediately for IliNgsten due at 5.30 p.m. Tel on board 1/- or 1/6. Ask for Handbill at Acton Central Station.
June 29, 1928 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
YOU OWN TOUR OWN ROUSE and prefer to do your own Repairs and Renovations you may obtstin all your necessery

YOU OWN TOUR OWN ROUSE and prefer to do your own Repairs and Renovations you may obtstin all your necessery

material M reasonable rates from F. TURNER'S, OF ACTON, 39/41, CHURCH ROAD, ACTON, WS. Telephone: Chiswick 4211. Let us have your enquiries. however small, and we shall be pleased so Quote you per return. Prompt deliveries. Fill OF
June 29, 1928 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
HIGHER EDUCATION. Our Well Equipped Polytechnic. The now session at the Acton and Chiswick Polytechnic will begin on Sept. t

HIGHER EDUCATION. Our Well Equipped Polytechnic. The now session at the Acton and Chiswick Polytechnic will begin on Sept. t

3. and the curriculum, which ranges from voice-production to engineering, is suecientiy comprehensive and varied to emphasis the value of• the institution as a eat of suburban university of practical applied knowledge. Full particulars as to day and night courses and condition*,
September 12, 1924 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
AdrON IMPRESS.

AdrON IMPRESS.

September 12, 1924 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
lama It &paw Ir. Ravarial Para

lama It &paw Ir. Ravarial Para

&paw Ir. Para Played at Betbune•road, Willesden. on Sunday, sad won by Lowe and Brydone by 44 robs. 11. Hart, for Lowe and tfiydone, showed hie best form with the bat and scored his seventh century of the season. Scores Lowe and Brydone (11. Hart 107. J. W. Wherton 90, S. Jack. c
September 12, 1924 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
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lln general interest, variety, and attendance, the 111th annual gala of the swimming section of Napier Athletic club, which was held in the Acton Baths on Monday evening , proved to be u great :tucces,. The section was founded long hefuto the war, during which its operafirms wer
September 12, 1924 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
AN "EASTMAN'S" WEDDING.

AN "EASTMAN'S" WEDDING.

The many not incurious in the doings of their fellow men and women who paused to inquire on Saturday the meson of a crowd outside the parish church, and for an almost equally large crowd which was Socking into were promptly told that it was an "Eastman's" wedding. and that the f
September 12, 1924 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
FORCE OF HABIT.

FORCE OF HABIT.

It is almost as difficult to make a man unlearn his errors as kin knowledge.— Colton. THE DIFFERENCE. The difference between a rich man and a poor man is this—the former rate when he pleases, and the latter when he can get it.—Sir Walter Raleigh. THIS IS RATHER CRYPTIC. He that
September 12, 1924 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
ACTON MLA WESLEYAN WOOL SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER IL 11 a.m.: Rev. J. R BATEY to lisnwell Church). 6.30 p.m. : Rev.

ACTON MLA WESLEYAN WOOL SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER IL 11 a.m.: Rev. J. R BATEY to lisnwell Church). 6.30 p.m. : Rev.

J. ERN EST BOLAM
September 12, 1924 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England