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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chiswick Social and cultural activities

    cinemas were in Brentford or Hammersmith . 25 Attempts to foster community spirit in Bedford Park led to the monthly publication of the Bedford Park Gazette in 1883 -4. 26 The Chiswick Times was founded in 1895 by F. W.

    Chiswick Education

    Terrace . Bedford Park school , an early mixed school with no religious instruction, and the more conventional Bedford Park high school both opened in 1884 . 35 In addition to professors of music and languages, Bedford Park in 1890

    Chiswick Growth Chiswick : Evolution of settlement 1822-1914

    detached in 1878 , however, gave almost half of Bedford Park to Chiswick , which provided the nearest station, Turnham Green , and shopping centre, in Chiswick High Road. Bedford Park was the name of a Chiswick ward from 1894

    Industries Coach-making

    Long Acre; Cole and Son, Kensington High Street and Hammersmith ; and H. S. Mulliner , Brook Street and Bedford Park . 5 J. H. Pollen , Anct. and Modern furniture in the S. Kens. Mus . ( 1874 ),

    Chiswick Local government Borough of Brentford and Chiswick London Borough of Hounslow

    was being built up to form part of Bedford Park . Residents of the new suburb formed a vigilance committee, concerned mainly with sanitation, in 1881 and a more general Bedford Park committee in 1883 . 66 A local board

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr auwyl, a'r caredig foneddwr, J~ohn Phillips, Xsw., Southfield. PEOPLE YOU KNOW. No.-TIIE NURSE. Nurse Roberts, 33, Cottage Grove, Bedford Park, Clapham, S.W.: "I eannot speak too highly of Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa. My youngest son, who has been feeling very Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Herbert Gladstone presided last evening at a, meeting of the United Liberal Association of Chisiwick, Turnhiran Green, Geanerehury, asid Bedford Park, and, alluding to his rejection by the conetfitucuscy four years ago, expressed the opinion that the covnity of Middlesex Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Commercinl and Industrial secotities were a fall of 1/4, in United States Rolling Stock, Bryatt and May, and Bedford Park A, and 1,4 in Eahia Central Sudar Factories and lobert Campbell and Sons; and a risc of i!, in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Debenture Stock, 2 in ditto Five per Cent. Debenture Stock, 1%/2 in River Plate Fresh Mreat-, and '/, in Bedford Park A. With respect to Financial and Land descriptions, North British Auistralasian, ditto Six per Cent. Guaraiteed, and Foreign, Amerioau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    afor la summons for libel, on behalf of the well-known actress Miss Florence St. John against A~lfred ZLouis Elboroughi, Bedford Park, Croydon, the registered i proprietor of a paper called the Wasp. Mr. Lewis said the libol appeared ito the Subscribers-only content

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