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iNINOAY NEXT, .FEIL lltb-3 DAYS ONLY, EDNA HALL "The Man Behind the Curtain," Sensational Story of a Woman who lost

iNINOAY NEXT, .FEIL lltb-3 DAYS ONLY, EDNA HALL "The Man Behind the Curtain," Sensational Story of a Woman who lost

her Husband through the Revenge of a Blackmailer.
February 16, 1917 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
II THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NW, LOUISE HUFF IN -- " Destiny s Toy, " A charming Famous Players Story

II THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NW, LOUISE HUFF IN -- " Destiny s Toy, " A charming Famous Players Story

of self-sacrifice and reward, and showing how destiny took care of a little castaway. UMW p oADwAy DENA . ON • 0118 PE 'OBIAANCE DAILY. 2 ' •01I-0
February 16, 1917 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
RICHMOND'S PORE CONFECTIONERY and MEATS FOOO STORES, 94, Chard&ld Road, ACTON. ALL KINDS OF NOT AND PROMO FOODS. DIABETIC WHOLEMEAL

RICHMOND'S PORE CONFECTIONERY and MEATS FOOO STORES, 94, Chard&ld Road, ACTON. ALL KINDS OF NOT AND PROMO FOODS. DIABETIC WHOLEMEAL

FLOOR. PORE FRENCH OLIVE OIL. "MARMITE." THE PORE VIDETABLE EXTRACT. "SEAFOAM MARGARINE." AS GOOD AS BOTTER.
February 16, 1917 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
TAILORING For Ladies and Gentlemen.

TAILORING For Ladies and Gentlemen.

August 2, 1918 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
1111111 TIMI SPOTS AT UUU PILL

1111111 TIMI SPOTS AT UUU PILL

Owing to Ogston's being on holiday "up the river," W. and G.'s having a treat for wounded soldiers, and Napier's being more or less debarred under the aircraft rule, Acton was not strongly represented in the munition workers charity .perts at Herne Hilron Saturday. A. Walton,. t
August 2, 1918 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
,A GENT'S cycle, id coed; barasin; £2 15e. —l. Onnserstmiry-lase. Acton-hill. 523 f CYCLES for the holidays; gent's, ladies; .

,A GENT'S cycle, id coed; barasin; £2 15e. —l. Onnserstmiry-lase. Acton-hill. 523 f CYCLES for the holidays; gent's, ladies; .

also tricycles •.4k.; greet clearance sale.— This Cycle Mart. Hall's-corner, Churches& Pinchltty (Long-lane tram stop). 506 DOG-Cart. waggonet t e, and tilted laundry cart for sale. Holford, Coach Builder, Hingst, Acton. 2806 Pare-bred hens and 1 duck. 12.—FS. Mil •kill-rd, Acto
August 2, 1918 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
ARMY DUNES AND CATEGORIES.

ARMY DUNES AND CATEGORIES.

An Army Council instruction just issued states that all recruits are now to be handed over to the Army by the authorities of the National Service Department classified on their medical history sheets in one of three grades of fitness for military service—namely, Grade 1.. Grade
December 7, 1917 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
had lost goods.—Det. Wilke saw Fenson on Saturday, and he said that both he and Gee had 50 cigarettes and

had lost goods.—Det. Wilke saw Fenson on Saturday, and he said that both he and Gee had 50 cigarettes and

Hunt 100. Gee admitted he had 50. Hunt said, "They seat me in. I got three boxes. We had one each." No reply was made to the charge.—Remanded. On Wednesday daendante _pleaded guilty.—Fenson was fined 205.. Gee Cal sent to a remand home for a week, and Hunt was bound over. Missin
December 7, 1917 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
Messrs. J. MUFFIN & SON

Messrs. J. MUFFIN & SON

WILL INCLUDE in the above Sale on the 13th pros,. the detached and doublef routed Freehold Residence, No. a, EATON-RISE, EALING, W. This is a well-arranged Residence, containing sic bedrooms. bath and dressing room, three reception rooms, kitchen and offices, large and well laid
January 31, 1919 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England
 
A LAT. TEA.

A LAT. TEA.

Mtn Splendid Meip. " The Acton tradesmen have been splendid in their help; they recognise how tin 'busmen have helped in tur war," said Mr. E. E. Thornton, superintendent of the local 'bus garage, at the annual T.U.T. Mutual Aid tea said entertainment to the children and dependa
January 31, 1919 - Acton Gazette - London, London, England