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LABELS REMOVED FROM UTILITY GARMENTS

LABELS REMOVED FROM UTILITY GARMENTS

Trader's Wife Fined £2OO Mrs. Julia Lewis, of South Hall-gardens, N.W.3, was at Marylebone Police Court, fined a total of £2OO, with ten guineas costs, on summonses by the Board of Trade for acquiring rationed utility garments from Messrs. Selfridge's under circumstances in whic
30 January 1943 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
HEALING BY SPIRIT GUIDANCE

HEALING BY SPIRIT GUIDANCE

Medium Refused Massage Licence Claiming that he healed under 'the direction of a Dr. Letari a dead Indian healer, who returned to this world to guide him in his work, William Henry Lilley, appealed with a Leeds managing director, Arthur Charles Richards, who also claimed to be i
30 January 1943 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
Black-out

Black-out

IrHay, Jan 29 6.13 to 8.14 Ilaturaay ... 8,15 to 8.12 Senday ... 6.16 to 8.11 Monday ... 6.18 to 8.10 Tuesday ... 6.20 to 8.5 Wednesday ... 6.22 to 8.7 Thursday ... ... 6.24 to 8.5
30 January 1943 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
BLINDS

BLINDS

FOR INSIDE OR OUTSIDE PROTECTION RING or CALL REED AND SAVAGE 596, Harrow Rd. Camping Tents & Equipment. Advice and Estimate. Free. SPECIAL NOTE Lister&Sons 246, HARROW ROAD, W.L Have now Opened at 11, EALING ROAD. WEMBLEY. If It Is A Kum, You Cannot Do Better For Cash or your O
30 January 1943 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
LISTEN TO INS KITCHEN MONT /VIM MORNING AT SA

LISTEN TO INS KITCHEN MONT /VIM MORNING AT SA

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30 January 1943 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 

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GO GILYIIOIIAD NACIA'G

GO GILYIIOIIAD NACIA'G

G . R . A. Di.tricl alham Green" TOMORROW SAT. AT 2.15 p.m. I I NEXT MEETING Satrriay. Feb. 13th at 2.15 p.m .-8 ) u m o r Met. to ood Lane EVERY SATURDAY AT 2.15 p.m. WILISOEN'S 'WINOS FOR' VICTORY WEEK" Telashiet• its par-, hay.. to tams c:00.000. At a 1: heathen. 13 lour- 1 m
30 January 1943 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
BOMBED OPERATING

BOMBED OPERATING

THEATRES TO BE USED Siirgeon. of Westininater will sliortty resume work in the .pa. lOW. and 'perfectly ,•niu;'ped operating theatres on the tnp floor, which has.. hen cloied, and damaged by lambs. They were the iraprmements i by the King and Queen , in Aril 19311. FOUND DIAD AT
30 January 1943 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
MOMS MUMPS

MOMS MUMPS

Subject to suitable women' being obtainable, two permanent "Whole Time Home Helps" for the purpose of an listing lying-in mothers who have their confinements at home, are be engaged by the Council additional to the present "Home Help" service. NO OANOVANS Consent was refused to
30 January 1943 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
Prisoner In Each

Prisoner In Each

P.c. Barnes, a police boxer. told at the Marylebone Police Court how he caught a young' suspect as he dropped from a low roof, pinned him against a wall, and grabbed I bis companion as he unsuspectingly folloWed. Both Jeremiah Doherty, 17, coal man, of Lanark Road, Maids Vale, a
30 January 1943 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
DID NOT NEGISTIR

DID NOT NEGISTIR

Referring to the prosecution of three men in September last for failure to register under the Civil. Defence Duties (Compulsory Enrolment) Order 1911, the Town Clerk reported that one of these men had since registered Init the other two had intimated their continued refou-al to
30 January 1943 - Kensington Post - London, London, England