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BRILLIANT BOWLING BY Aden Central Retell' West Shield. Playing in the West London Central Schools' League, at Batteries Park, on

BRILLIANT BOWLING BY Aden Central Retell' West Shield. Playing in the West London Central Schools' League, at Batteries Park, on

Saturday, Acton Central beat Oratory by 11 runs.. Harrington contributed a useful 24, and Flanders took 6 wicket. for 12 rune. Pratt also bowled well; taking 4 wickets for 22 runs. By this victory Acton retain the West London Cricket Shield. They have now won 26 consecutive matc
July 24, 1931 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
ASSOIRTUI TEA SERVICES

ASSOIRTUI TEA SERVICES

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July 24, 1931 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
, FXI:E. AND WEST .LONDQN POs.

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July 24, 1931 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
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1 A6 79 "g Zs, Uxbrldfa Road. Ealing, W. 5 (within • to; minutes' walk of Ealing Broadway Stations). at Clapham, Barbary. Croydon. Flusbarr Park. Hantgatoad and Ilford. . Lourdes Mount Convent LITTLE EALING LANE, V. 5. DAT and BOARDING SCHOOL Also Preps:story sad. Kindargarton Bs
July 24, 1931 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
[By HAROLD COX.]

[By HAROLD COX.]

That freedom is tine of the primary needs of mankind is a proposition that can hardly be disputed. Without individual freedom human progress is i.spossible. It is the action of the individual, breaking away from the routine of tut. mass, that leads to general improvement. No dou
July 24, 1931 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
GROUNDSMEN ACCUSED.

GROUNDSMEN ACCUSED.

Two Acton groundsmen, Fredk. G. Goddard (93), of Malvern-villas, Willesden-lane, and Albert Thomas (19), of Leamington-villas, were accused at Acton Pc:ice Court on Friday of being concerned together in stealing on the same day, from tlin Atheneum Lawn Tennis Club Pavilion, Will
July 24, 1931 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
A Wonderful New Sound System will Enable You to Hear TALKIES at their Best at The Carlton

A Wonderful New Sound System will Enable You to Hear TALKIES at their Best at The Carlton

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July 24, 1931 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
ACTON GAZETTE AND WEST LONDON POST. FRIDAY. JULY 24, 1931. RAMMED APARTMENT& NONE SEIMOL WAITING 111010IMENT. WOMAN wants Aims mornings'

ACTON GAZETTE AND WEST LONDON POST. FRIDAY. JULY 24, 1931. RAMMED APARTMENT& NONE SEIMOL WAITING 111010IMENT. WOMAN wants Aims mornings'

work.- 001, "Gazette,' Kintst, 4.eton. . 9001 g •ANTED. CHAMBERMAID waitresses wanted; attractive appearance; good refs.—Apply, 31onday, between 10 and 1 a.m., Resident Manageress, Faversham House Hotel, 53, Hamilton-rd, Ealing. 209 x COOIi•GENERAI, wanted. not over Stephenson,
July 24, 1931 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
A LOCK UP garage to let, newly dews , ated.—Apply, "Kingwood," 1, Newtonavenue. Acton. 8920 g GARAGE to let, Acton

A LOCK UP garage to let, newly dews , ated.—Apply, "Kingwood," 1, Newtonavenue. Acton. 8920 g GARAGE to let, Acton

Hill ; combinations. 2s. 6d.—Apply, 17, Burlmigton-gardens 912 tic GARAGE and yard for motors, 4/- p.w., and motor-cycle 2/6 p.w.-29, Osborn-rd. Acton. 9091 g GARAGE to let for motor-cycle; lock-up. —Apply, 42, Kingswood-rd, Chiswick. 8970 g LOCK-UP brick-built garage to let; ss
July 24, 1931 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
GOLF. PERIVALE PARK. July Medal.—Senior Division: E. W. R. Mathews. 89--12-77; J. C. Reid (scr.), 78; M. Roberts, 88-10-78. Junior

GOLF. PERIVALE PARK. July Medal.—Senior Division: E. W. R. Mathews. 89--12-77; J. C. Reid (scr.), 78; M. Roberts, 88-10-78. Junior

Division: S. Harnmersley, 86-16-70; E. H. Ancott, 94-24-70; I'. Muller, 88-16-- 72; E. A. 'taker, 101-24-77; P. W. Power, 101-20-61. Captain's Prize (36 holes medal play).— P Muller, 171-28--143; J. H. Bannerman, 171-22-149; F. S. Legg, 185--36-- 149; Alf. Brierly. 179-28-151 ;
July 24, 1931 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England