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Miss GERTRUDE ELLIOTT'S CANINO ACADEMY. LATEST BALLROOM Dalloma. OPERATIC. CLASSICAL. BUCK. Esc. Masses held Mondays. Toradaya. Tburadays and listordsyc ALSO

Miss GERTRUDE ELLIOTT'S CANINO ACADEMY. LATEST BALLROOM Dalloma. OPERATIC. CLASSICAL. BUCK. Esc. Masses held Mondays. Toradaya. Tburadays and listordsyc ALSO

PETSMAL CULTURE FOE OILMEN. - I Law&ll - - ISIS—It weeks Prints Lamas - - El I IL Sines Cita - - - 4 Teacher of Hai Dancing. r tr. Pupils Raying Principal Parts in Loving Predictions. For further particulars apply so 34. BURLINGTON GARDENS. ACTON.
January 27, 1922 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
Eastmaa's artworks 4,

Eastmaa's artworks 4,

artworks 4, Eastmate-, Dyework.: entered the third round of the London Business Mows Cup at the expense of Savage Bohemians (Williamson's. Ltd.), at Gunnersburyavenue, on Saturday. The game played under wretched conditions, rain falling throughout the game. and under the circumst
January 27, 1922 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
FERRIS BROS., 104 & 106, Cburchfield Road, Acton, W. 3. 'Phone: Claimlet SS.

FERRIS BROS., 104 & 106, Cburchfield Road, Acton, W. 3. 'Phone: Claimlet SS.

February 3, 1922 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
BREAD.

BREAD.

Th.: gamye is largely used by taxi cab driven and owner-drivers for the storage of thairsobas. and about a dozen cabs were in the garage at the time of the fire Most of them were completely destroyed. and others were badly damaged. 'A rough estimate olaces the lose in this direc
June 2, 1922 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
Allersties is – Ilaiisi Soy."

Allersties is – Ilaiisi Soy."

is - Soy." Erma.tu.ay ribrit ion relief !,y the ut (hnn•lbl4eld Hull. Acton. will taste pLiee on Friday. .it 1.30 p.w.. inured of Saturday morning. ell ramified were relieved. at a co-.t of tit: 11-. WI. in awl I ind. Ihtring May the weekly .teti-tied decimated between re and Ms
June 2, 1922 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
PUNS'S OFFICE FLAMM 01110 L

PUNS'S OFFICE FLAMM 01110 L

PUNS'S OFFICE FLAMM L An enjoyable evening was spent on Saturday at the Pensions Office dance hall. Aston. when a first-dans flannel dance was Oven under the auspices or the Sports Committee. Mr. Muir-Smith ailed a , M about 300 dancers ntren4ed. The "Black Spat" Hand supplied th
June 2, 1922 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
OUR MAGAZINE OF FICTION, FACT, AND FASHION.

OUR MAGAZINE OF FICTION, FACT, AND FASHION.

June 2, 1922 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
NEW ZEALAND SPINACH.

NEW ZEALAND SPINACH.

I strongly advise all allotment holders to grow a few plants of this delicious summer spinach. I say a few plants advisedly, for each one, if well grown, will cover a square yard of ground. New Zealand spinach is a tender plant. and it cannot be put out of doors with safety unti
June 2, 1922 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
CONSCIOUS' ENDEAVOUR.

CONSCIOUS' ENDEAVOUR.

I know of no more encouraging fact than the unquestionable ability of man to elevate hi, life by a conscious endeavour. It is something to be all!: to paint a particular picture or to cone a etatue. and to nirke a few objects beautiful: but it is far more glorinu to carve and pa
June 2, 1922 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
FALSEHOOM.

FALSEHOOM.

Faloehooda not ou:e diaagree with tenths, but they usually quarrel ;among thanmelveo.—Doniel Wehoter. Without books Justice is denrant, y lame. li;tters <lamb, Ita trol; a u volved iu cimmerlan r From All Sources.
June 2, 1922 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England