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THE HOLY DEVIL." UNBELIEVABLE But True—DIABOLICAL Yet Fascinating.
April 26, 1929 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
24, 25, 26, High Street, EALING, W.S.

24, 25, 26, High Street, EALING, W.S.

Hours b till 8. Saturdays, 8 till 9. Wednesdays, 8 till L Phones Haling 1966. SURELY THIS KITCHEN IS YOUR IDEAL ? I§ 1 What simplicity you see in a gas-run ' kitchen! What cleanliness! Here is fuel—ever-ready, unfailing—controlled by simple taps. Here is equipment, using that fu
April 26, 1929 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
SPRINGFIELD PARK.

SPRINGFIELD PARK.

DETACHED. DOUBLE - FRONTED HOUSE; 7 btA, 2 batbruis. 3 reeep; garage space; 11,210; suitable for fiats. lIIILLCRE.ST ROAD. JUST OFF TAU MAIN ROAD; house, it tell for 2 flatA; entire poosession ; long lease; .21,150. ONLY 1375. CURZON ROAD (Euiliug).—Capital roomed house, now vac
April 26, 1929 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
TIE MPLIMIENT

TIE MPLIMIENT

April 26, 1929 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
NOME SERVICE.

NOME SERVICE.

April 26, 1929 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE BUDGET. The allowance for housekeeping is best spent, and comparison of the expenditure on household necessities month by month

THE BUDGET. The allowance for housekeeping is best spent, and comparison of the expenditure on household necessities month by month

is easily made, by women who have a separate Banking account on which they can draw to pay their tradesmen's bills. Lloyds Bank will open such accounts with very modest sums, and any unexpended balance will accumulate to meet the unexpected demand which occurs sooner or later in
April 26, 1929 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
SEAMLESS AXMINSTER CARPETS 0003 of GOO I WEARING QUALITY In Wet Colourings and Deigns. 7ft. 6in. by 9ft. 0 in.

SEAMLESS AXMINSTER CARPETS 0003 of GOO I WEARING QUALITY In Wet Colourings and Deigns. 7ft. 6in. by 9ft. 0 in.

14 :19 : 6 9h.0 in by 9ft 0 in. •19 6 9h Oin bylOh 6in. 16 19 :6 9ft.Otn. byl2 ft. Din. £7 :19 :6
April 26, 1929 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
MAN AND WOMAN FINED £45.

MAN AND WOMAN FINED £45.

Considerable interest was taken in a case at Acton Police Court yesterday when Witi. J. Warren (52), an oil blender, of Mill Hill-road, Acton ; Emma Warren (40), married, of the same address; Henry Shields (69), a labourer, of 80110-lane, Acton; George W. Stagg (55), labourer, o
March 29, 1929 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
BEHIND PRISON BARS.

BEHIND PRISON BARS.

Former Prison Official Condemns Drink. "In all my thirty-six years' experi. enee in prisons, 1 have never met a bad Iran or woman," said Mr. Ilerbert Pickering at the Baptist Tabernacle, shepherd's Bush-road, nn Thursday in lest week, when lie gavo an address on "Leaves from a P
March 29, 1929 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
A Fixed Quarterly Charge enables for all Purposes

A Fixed Quarterly Charge enables for all Purposes

you to use electricity at a ~ ;?..!4 . • -:•.* •• •t cost - Will clean Carpets, Beds, Furniture, Of Clothes, Rugs, Walls, Ceilings, and P collect dust from usually blames/3 Bible places It can be bought for Cash or Deferred Terms. Price £l2 : undoubtedly alternative. UNDER THE "
March 29, 1929 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England