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Against Domination By Mass Opinion

Against Domination By Mass Opinion

By PHILONOUS There are some authors that everyone reads. We may not all read, say, Edgar Wallace. But Homer. Shakespeare. Milton. Chaucer, Virgil, Tacitus, the Greek dramatists, Moliere, Racine. Goethe. Montaigne—their names are familiar in our mouths as household words. And the
October 30, 1936 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
OAKVILLE'S FIRST LEAGUE VICTORY

OAKVILLE'S FIRST LEAGUE VICTORY

Cling 0, Oakville 6. Oakville had their first win in the North Kensington and District League (Div. 3) on Saturday, at the expense of Clang. The game opened with Clang attacking strongly, but :ine defensive work kept them at bay, and after five minutes Oakville look the lead thr
October 30, 1936 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
MR. J. P. CARTER

MR. J. P. CARTER

Mr. Joseph Philip Carter. of 18, Meon-road, Acton, who retired last June after 38 years' service with the Acton Council, died in the Central Middlesex Hospital. Park Royal, last week-end. Mr. Carter. who was 63, came to Acton 60 years ago, and attended the old Church School of S
October 30, 1936 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
WEST MIDDLESEX BUILDING SOCIETY cam .1873) This old - established Local Society makes advances by way of mortgage on Freehold

WEST MIDDLESEX BUILDING SOCIETY cam .1873) This old - established Local Society makes advances by way of mortgage on Freehold

or Leasehold property. Advances are re-payable by monthly instalments over a short or long term as desired. The Secretary will gladly furnish applicants with full particulars on request : Saerstary : LS. WORLAND, FAL offlee: 182111th It. Acton,W.3 Telephone: Acorn 0180.
October 30, 1936 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
TOTALISATOR

TOTALISATOR

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January 10, 1936 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
Bush Empire

Bush Empire

With the arrival of "Cinderella." pantomime still reigns at Shepherd's . There will be two evening performances, at 6.4 C, and 8.55, with a matinee on Saturday at 2.30, and children will be admitted at half-price to grand circle, fauteuils and stalls at all performances. From th
January 10, 1936 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
(bnxl Per "Elephant and Castle"

(bnxl Per "Elephant and Castle"

(box) Per "Red Lion" (box) Per "White Lion" (box) Per Mrs. E. J. Brooke- Platten •• • • T. Poore and Son Per W. H. Smith and Son 0 5 0 0 8 5 , . 0 5 5 , . 0 o 9
January 10, 1936 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
ASK Fos P 4 SS OF THE L.M.S. "SAVE TO TEAVEI:" HOLIDAY SCHEME. Full details at L.M.S. Stations, Offices and

ASK Fos P 4 SS OF THE L.M.S. "SAVE TO TEAVEI:" HOLIDAY SCHEME. Full details at L.M.S. Stations, Offices and

Agencies, or trom H. E. ROBERTS, District Passenger Manager. Euston Station, N.W.I.
January 10, 1936 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
" I SPENT IT ON A WOMAN " Salesman's Answer to Theft Charges Ernest Buckenham (39). a salesman. of Chesterton-road,

" I SPENT IT ON A WOMAN " Salesman's Answer to Theft Charges Ernest Buckenham (39). a salesman. of Chesterton-road,

Hammersmith, was charged at Acton Police Court on Friday with stealing, betwcen Dec. 7 and 13, a quantity of cigarettes and co-fectionery. valued at LIO 45., the property of Mr. Hugh McKay, of Horn-lane, Acton. Det. Slater said he saw accused at prosecutor's premises and told hi
January 10, 1936 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
MRS. FANNY TAYLOR

MRS. FANNY TAYLOR

Mother of Two Acton Hotel Proprietors Mrs. Fanny Taylor, of the Goldsmiths Arms Hotel, East Acton, who celebrated her 90th birthday last April, died at 12.10 am. on Monday in the presence of members of her family. Though she had been in failing health for several years. she was
August 7, 1936 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England