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Vest 1111ddissu v. Ovvreivrt.

Vest 1111ddissu v. Ovvreivrt.

v. Played at Acton Town on Satunlay. and won by West iliddleaex, who batted on a wicket conablerohly &imagist by the recent rains. tilendenning haft's' extremely tell for his 33, and with Blakeltick nut out and All , horn nlso doing well. the innings won declarol domed at 117 for
September 12, 1924 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
Ilresahord Part Room

Ilresahord Part Room

Part A good attendance witnessed excellent sport at the London Trotting Club's meeting on Monday. The chief attraction was the £BO Alperton Handicap. After three heats the final was won by Glencoe fairly comfortably by one anda half lengths. Supporting this waa the Hillingdon Han
September 12, 1924 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
Lawn Tennis.

Lawn Tennis.

September 12, 1924 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
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lir la th

A. T. OVERALL, 238, Bigh Street, Acton CHISWICK 1711. E MOUT a WARM USW Leather Goods and Trunks M TM Ramiro all Trarolama Gear. 1.
September 12, 1924 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
FROM EASEL TO

FROM EASEL TO

PULPIT. The Rev. j. E. Bolam's Variei Career. ACTON'S NEW WESLEYAN MrNISTER. Tie Per. e. E. ilolam, Alin began his throe ministry at the Axton Hill Weal van Church on Sunday, has crowded much varied exti:Tience into his life of forty years, having been a voluntary church worker,
September 12, 1924 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
TAKEN CARE OF.

TAKEN CARE OF.

At Acton ..)n Monday, William G. Hampton (42), hairdresser, Southfieldroad, Ihdford Pork, was charged Is:th Acing incapably drunk at High-road. Chamick. On !•::inday night be wa... seen staggering from one •ale of tho footway to the other, and P.C. 348 T oriented him for hi( own
September 12, 1924 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT THE OLDS, CAFE.

MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT THE OLDS, CAFE.

"A DING DONG;" Country Ride Has its Sequel in Court. At Weald-tone Sc-.ions on Tuesday, Alfred Wright (43), 39, Clovelly-road, Cliiswick, taxi driver, was charged with being drunk in charge of a motor hackney carriage at Hatch End, Pinner, on Sept. 2. Alt:Linen 'rawly Robinson (
September 12, 1924 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

September 12, 1924 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
A LOVELESS HOME.

A LOVELESS HOME.

LOVELESS HOME. There in no loneliness, there can sone in all the waste of peopled deserts of the world bearing the sliglitcsi comparison with that of an unloved aide: She stands amidst her family like living statue amongst the marble rials the dead—instinct with life, paralysed w
September 12, 1924 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE WICKED MAGICIAN.

THE WICKED MAGICIAN.

Once upon a time, in a far-off cons. try, there lived a young king whose name was Sebastian. Ile was a very good king, and his subjects loved him very sawn. On one side of the country there was a laud governed by an old king who had an only daughter, a beautiful girl, whose name
September 12, 1924 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England