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ERRARDS CROSS or Beaconsfield. comfortable home with family or small guest house for elderly lady; own bedroom furniture; terms moderate.— Write Box U 2757, Gazette Office. Uxbridge• Ulnl9 13ROFESSIONAL Man requires accom- I modation. Ickenham district: telephone and garage esse
18 November 1938 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
For Sale

For Sale

AGENTLEWOMAN having reetTly removed. has severalstems 4 antique and other useful tarn carets. etc.. for sale cheaply.-Write Box I=7. Gazette Office, Uxbridge. BILLIARD Dining Table, Eft. x Sit. mahogany: excellent conditko: ail accessories. snooker set, marker. etc.. Eli 10a. fo
18 November 1938 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
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MALI. Sheet Metal Working Business for disposal: machine*, tools. goodwill: West London district. —Write Box No. 2. Smith's Library, Ruislip. Ulnl9 WANTED, News, Staty., Sweets and Tob. (pref. H.O. appt.): in good class res. dist., S. Mids.; good living ace essential.—Partics to
18 November 1938 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
IVER HEATH BAZAAR

IVER HEATH BAZAAR

Gift From the Duchess of Kent Iver Heath Village Hall was crowded on Wednesday, when a bazaar in aid of parish funds was held. Lady Knox, wife of Sir Alfred Knox, Conservative M.P. for South Bucks, performed the opening ceremony, and announced that a smocked suit for child, pric
18 November 1938 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
EASTCOTE SHOPPING DISPLAY WEEK FATH

EASTCOTE SHOPPING DISPLAY WEEK FATH

SOUTH RUISLIP Witisr.. 7 -There were 22 players at the whist drive in the Scouts' Hall last Wednesday. Mrs. Labrum was M.C. and prizes were won by Mrs. Labrum, senr.. Mrs. Cotterill. Mrs. Banks, Mrs. Cha pl ow. Mrs. Da k in, and Mrs. Youngman. Wostres InatirtrrE. Mrs. Smythe pre
18 November 1938 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 

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TRAGEDY ON WAY TO DINNER

TRAGEDY ON WAY TO DINNER

WHEN riding in his friend's car to a dinner on Saturday evening. Mr. Leonard W. Hall (32). Ferncroftavenue, Eastcote. was thrown from the vehicle when it collided at the crossroads of Whitby-road and Victoriaroad, Ruislip. He fell on his head and died shortly afterwards from a f
18 November 1938 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
Wltaeses Opinion

Wltaeses Opinion

Answering Mr. Pollock. counsel for Mr. Wilson, witness said Wilson's car, when he first saw it. was emerging from Whitby-road. To a juryman he said that had the car been driven at a moderate speed there would have been no collision. Mr. Doyle: What do you think was the speed of
18 November 1938 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
LEGION STANDS FOR PEACE nradeship Between Men of All Nations - NORTH RUISLIP DINNER COL. HUMBY, President of the North

LEGION STANDS FOR PEACE nradeship Between Men of All Nations - NORTH RUISLIP DINNER COL. HUMBY, President of the North

Ruislip Branch of the British Legion. was in the chair at the annual Armistice eve dinner at the Orchard Hotel on Thursday, and was supported by Lt.-Col. Llewellin, M.P., Mr. L. F. Fogarty, J.P., chairman of the Ruislip-Northwood Urban District Council and the Rev. E. L.. Ley Pe
18 November 1938 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
WELL-TO-DO FINANCIERS

WELL-TO-DO FINANCIERS

" You will never make my heart bleed for the unpaid financier," said Judge Dumas to a solicitor at Uxbridge County Court on Tuesday. " His arrangements are such that he gets a big enough return on his paid accounts to recompense him for his unpaid accounts. I am sure he is very
18 November 1938 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
The Wisdom of Making a Will To all who have not made a will or who desire to revise existing

The Wisdom of Making a Will To all who have not made a will or who desire to revise existing

arrangements for the care of their estates of whatever size, the facilities of the Midland Bank Executor and Trustee Company should strongly appeal. The following features of this service are worth considding : CONTINUITY Appointment of new trustees from time to time is avoided.
18 November 1938 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England