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MISGIVING

MISGIVING

All crying, "Wo will go with you, 0 Wind," The foliage follow him, leaf and stem. But a sleep oppresses them as they go, And they end by bidding him eta] with them. Since ever they flung abroad in spring The leaves 'have promised thensielNi3 this flight, Who now would fain seek
February 9, 1923 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
FRED% TAPNER,

FRED% TAPNER,

February 9, 1923 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT NOTICE.

IMPORTANT NOTICE.

To Property Owners and others. MESSRS.
February 9, 1923 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
UM =nu.

UM =nu.

"All the world loves s lover." and that is one of the reasons why the memory of the great Napoleon remains green, for the love of Josephine for the Emperor is oue of the outstanding stories of the world's love romances "A Royal Divorce," which is to he shown at the Globe neat Mo
April 6, 1923 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
Wonderful Sheet Bargains.

Wonderful Sheet Bargains.

Cnwl Sale Price. Price. is pairs Heavy WIGAN SHEETS for single beds, per pair 10/11 6/11 so pairs Heavy WIGAN SHEETS for single beds, per pair 12/11 6111 SPECIAL-51 WIGAN SHEETS for single beds per pair 16/11 10/. 31 pairs very heavy Twill SHEETS, Size 70 x 10P, pair 18(11 12/11
April 6, 1923 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
SNAFTESSUNY SOCIETY CRIPPLES' MISSION (ACTON BRANCH). Under the patronage of His Worship the MAYOR OF ACTON (Ald. J. Kent, J.P.),

SNAFTESSUNY SOCIETY CRIPPLES' MISSION (ACTON BRANCH). Under the patronage of His Worship the MAYOR OF ACTON (Ald. J. Kent, J.P.),

A POPULAR CONCERT will be held in aid of THE CRIPPLES OF ACTON, CENTRAL HALL, PRIORY SCHOOLS, Wednesday, April 11. 1923. Adminaion 1/-, 1/6 & 2/6. Commence at p.m. Local Hon. Superintendent, E. G. KING, 28, High Street, Ealing. 78.590
April 6, 1923 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
LOONIES VOMIT, SOUTH EALING. LONDON. W 5.

LOONIES VOMIT, SOUTH EALING. LONDON. W 5.

CONVENT OFTHE S IC RED HEART OF MIRY A High-Class Boarding and Day School. for Young Ladies. and Nutriments attached. Little Boys ars maimed In Day School. Education. PuWic Detailed on to Rev. Mother TIE DANCING LESSORS, Third Season. GIRTON HALL, EALING, W. Specially for Beginn
April 6, 1923 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
TOSSING FOR RICHES-OR

TOSSING FOR RICHES-OR

LOVE I llly VINCENT BALE. "Kitty Kate?" said Tempest, pole ing • coin on his finger. He totairduud I won Kitty. he picked up tar toin rather ruefully. "1 shouldn't wonder if you haven' done the best, Vanatone Katy round inure alluring than Kate " raised my brows. "What is it al
April 6, 1923 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
Things Thoughtful.

Things Thoughtful.

Surmounted difficulties not ordy teach, but hearten us in our Intuits seruggke. —Sharpe.
April 6, 1923 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
POINTS ON MANICURE.

POINTS ON MANICURE.

Always wash your hands in very hot water at night, and push the cuticle of the nail* back with as orange stick Don't forget to file them gently with a flexible nail file, so as to keep them the right length every day. You should cut your nail.; as seldom as possible. If you . us
April 6, 1923 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England