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C.T.C. LOITEREItS

C.T.C. LOITEREItS

Members met at Kew Green on Sunday for a run to Surrey. The route led through Richmond and along the Portsmouth-road to Martyrs Green for " elevenses." A steady climb was then made over White Downs to Shere and Shamley Green for lunch; and afterwards, by way of Albury and a roug
August 25, 1939 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
Further Details of ATHAWES, Son &

Further Details of ATHAWES, Son &

ESTATE OFFICE )00•1166 taws Hai ITTHALL. Compact modern aid house in exc. repair. 3 beds., bath., etc., 2 rec., and k'ette. N.V. £l9. Gararge space. Nice gdn. Owner must sell. Recommended at £550 FREEHOLD (1681).
August 25, 1939 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
E CHISWICK... E3 , im: CMG MONDAY. AUG. MA AND DURING THE WEEK 8.150-

E CHISWICK... E3 , im: CMG MONDAY. AUG. MA AND DURING THE WEEK 8.150-

August 25, 1939 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE FUEL AND 1939 LIGHTING ORDER,

THE FUEL AND 1939 LIGHTING ORDER,

NOTICE TO COAL CONSUMERS AS FROM lit OCTOBER NEXT it will only be possible to obtain a supply of coal or coke if a consumer has done one of the following, viz.— .1) Registered with a Licensed Coal Merchant (a form of application for use in this connection may be obtained from th
September 22, 1939 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
Respirators Are Ready For 2,000 Babies Ealing has received 2.200 respirators for children under two years. This is about half

Respirators Are Ready For 2,000 Babies Ealing has received 2.200 respirators for children under two years. This is about half

the quota for the borough. None of the respirators will be distributed until instructions are received' from the Home Office. At Health C°ntres for some time past parents of children requiring baby respirators have registered and these parents will be supplied first. They will b
September 22, 1939 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
MISSED EACH OTHER

MISSED EACH OTHER

The work of the bureau also has its amusing side, however. Recently a woman told how she had left her home town in the North of England upon the declaration of war in order to fetch her mother out of London. When she arrived she found that her mother had become nervous and had r
September 22, 1939 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
AN APPEAL FOR CLOTHING Evacuated Children Are In Need The following appeal has been issued by the Acton County School

AN APPEAL FOR CLOTHING Evacuated Children Are In Need The following appeal has been issued by the Acton County School

Parents' Guild:— Clothing is urgently needed for many children who have been evacuated. Will anyone who has such clothing to spare, kindly send it to any of the following addresses between 9 a.m. and 12 noon any weekday:— Mrs. Beesley, 13, Lowfieldroad, Acton. W. 3; Mr. Bransgro
September 22, 1939 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
GHAMMERSMITH Box Otßoe : itiv. 4101. Restaurant: Riv. on. NOW OPEN! 12 NO D O A rIe p.m. SU p.

GHAMMERSMITH Box Otßoe : itiv. 4101. Restaurant: Riv. on. NOW OPEN! 12 NO D O A rIe p.m. SU p.

r . A 0 p.m. Matinee Prices Temporarily Suspended. Children's Half Prices as usuci MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 25th BASIL RATHBONE A MAN'S., NIGEL BRUCE HERITAGE H O U N D °THE JACKIE COOPER BASKERVILLES PUDDIE BARTHOLOMEW 111.. 1.10 Daily at la .5.21- 0.30 (A) STAGE NORMAN THOMAS CO. PRE
September 22, 1939 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
Established over Three-quarters of a Century. EY DMANN STREET & BRIDGE 201 & 203 HIGH STREET. ACTON, W. 3 Agierl27-8

Established over Three-quarters of a Century. EY DMANN STREET & BRIDGE 201 & 203 HIGH STREET. ACTON, W. 3 Agierl27-8

(c. E. STREET 0.8. E, F.A.L. E. L. STREET and S. M. BRIDGE) have made special arrangements for the continued efficient ESTATE MANAGEMENT position Clients' properties in all districts during the War and are in a to extend this service to owners who, through removal or other cause
September 22, 1939 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
'TTERS TO THE EDITOR

'TTERS TO THE EDITOR

LIBERALS AND THE WAR " Halting, Hesitating Attitude " TO THE TOMB Sir,—Liberal M.P.s who go cap in hand to the Premier and badger him to State our war aims, are either trying to bluff the electors or are merely a clique of addle-pated politicians tossing about the lobby of Parli
November 10, 1939 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England