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EYESIGHT

EYESIGHT

Carefully tested and Spectacles supplied at Hospital prices. Recommended by the late Dr. T. R. ALLINSON and others. _ _ _ _ L. E. SINGER, 84, Kennington Park Road, 5.E.11 (opposite Kennington Tube Station), 10 to 1 and 5 to 8 daily, or other hours by appointment without extra ch
16 March 1922 - Justice - London, London, England
 
FREEHOLD RESIDENCE AND SHOP

FREEHOLD RESIDENCE AND SHOP

With Yard and Stabling in the Rear. To Brewers, Speculators. Tenants and Others. Mr. WOODS (T. Wooos, jun., A. G. WOODS, F. 5.1., F.A.A., and S. E. WOODS), Will submit to Auction at The London Auction Mart, No. 156. Queen Victoria Street, London, E.C., on MONDAY. MARCH 20th. 1W7
04 March 1922 - West Middlesex Gazette - London, London, England
 
UPHOLSTERY PUNY'S STORES

UPHOLSTERY PUNY'S STORES

(N. W. .LADEN, .'rewiNer), ;rocer, Wine, Spir - AND - Bottled Beer Merchant,
04 March 1922 - West Middlesex Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE IUISULT,

THE IUISULT,

THE Tbe polling booths elated at o'clock in the evening. and the ballot boxes at St. John's Hall were removed to Holy Trinity Hall. where the counting took place. At 9.3 J o'clock the Returning °nicer IM r. A. Lawrence I loulder) declared the result to those present at the count,
04 March 1922 - West Middlesex Gazette - London, London, England
 
SCHOOL FOOTBALL.

SCHOOL FOOTBALL.

HAYES INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL 3: BRENTFORD • DIVISION SCHOOLS. t. A very line and intmeetbg match was ,a l = Haz ol o p a . T . O. Tr t a b= Divines team. wan the to and sleeted to play with *very aseagwind SY* tsvoor. of with they Wet advantage. Tie visitors ogithist a dedenes. and b
04 March 1922 - West Middlesex Gazette - London, London, England
 

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SITUATIONS VACANT.

SITUATIONS VACANT.

04 March 1922 - West Middlesex Gazette - London, London, England
 
FELIX J. C. POLE. &send .Vessager.

FELIX J. C. POLE. &send .Vessager.

FELIX J. C. POLE. &send Sports and Pastimes 1. UT DAY I , Lfuti L 3. rows. 1 • .8. tit?. 3. moms" *Os =I -l.g. IS • k. Oboe Pi= Swan and Parer. Puma played ▪ Haim Or. ale SUSI MEMO ell het Moto' • —by I—l. whit Luisa Is is MUM= to4mr. Tito Ism Miami Yr lot wok Husk Al will Get. l
25 March 1922 - West Middlesex Gazette - London, London, England
 
T.DLE TO DATE.

T.DLE TO DATE.

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25 March 1922 - West Middlesex Gazette - London, London, England
 
Is. Id. roan wottui3. ONRPRN3III-ECO;CAiiiiiliiiL WORD.

Is. Id. roan wottui3. ONRPRN3III-ECO;CAiiiiiliiiL WORD.

Is. Id. roan ONRPRN3III - ECO;CAiiiiiliiiL WORD. INSENTIONS YAWN Of S. 13 IS.iiittrlU.id Psi (NT V. Advert/worts set IN ALL. CAPCTILL I.drrSits at Arable Nato. llltemittogoreis mast sonusapaDY order or Ad meat will lie inertes. ihdipenny stomps will ou receives pitman tore seat W
25 March 1922 - West Middlesex Gazette - London, London, England
 
V/, T. BECKETT Spring Season Goods, Drapery, Boots, etc. By the exercise of foresight and promptitude in buying, prices have

V/, T. BECKETT Spring Season Goods, Drapery, Boots, etc. By the exercise of foresight and promptitude in buying, prices have

been kept well within moderate bounds. All New Goods are offered at prices which, quality considered, are without doubt the :: lowest possible. :: 3 to 9, High Street, SOUTHALL.
25 March 1922 - West Middlesex Gazette - London, London, England