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TRADE IMPROVEMENT

TRADE IMPROVEMENT

The monthly returns of the Post Offiee showing the average daily retripts from postal traffic other than Telegraph business give an indication of the internal trade activity. August, 19:11, was the ninth month in succession in which an increase was shown in the postal receipts a
06 October 1933 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
HY. J. HARRIS

HY. J. HARRIS

10 Year, Manager London and Provinces. F.S.M.C., F. 1.0. Reg. Optical Practitioner, Only Address: ACTON LANE CORNER, (7 doors from Jubilee Clock) Harlesden, N.W.10 oilable any week night until 10 p.m. THE SMALL STORE WITH THE BIC STOCK BLINDS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. READY-MADE or
11 November 1932 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
F. JINKS & SON

F. JINKS & SON

(F. E. & M. A. Jinks). PORK 81 FAMILY BUTCHERS, 106, HICH STREET, HARLESDEN (opposite the Royal Oak) TIN OilslnM Pork Shop Established SWIFTS BEST CHILLED BEEP' ONLY, BEST CANTERBURY LAMB. Perk and Beat Sausages made on the Premises. THIN.: FRESH DAILY celebrated Harlesden Cele-
11 November 1932 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
TAKE YOUR ADVERTISEMENTS TO ONE OF OUR NEWSAGENTS

TAKE YOUR ADVERTISEMENTS TO ONE OF OUR NEWSAGENTS

who will see that It comes to The Office of the paper: 733 HARROW ROAD, N.W.10.
11 November 1932 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
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4' YOUR CYCLE for THE HOLIDAYS NOTTING HILL LOAN AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY, LTD. I 5 HIGH STREET, NOTTING HILL GATE, W.II. 'Phone: PARK 5549. worthy, D. I. Oliver, T. Press, G. B. Ramsay. .H. C. Rowe, P.A.5.1., A. Stacey. R. H. Vincent and C S. Steel, 1.C.A., together with wives and
11 November 1932 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
SPARTAN

SPARTAN

On Saturday last, as was expected, the club's cross country handicap turned out a real good teat, being over a course of about three and a half miles of good country. Ten turned out. After takiag the lead at half distant:Si, F. He'ti, with 2 mins. 30 'arcs. start, won fairly eas
30 January 1931 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
SCO'fCH LADY, domesticated, needle- weenie kairdressiag, waseiag tarsimos, ' dieing pest; penasel, ussfal "aid or geed referenoss. —Box 3111, Mercury

SCO'fCH LADY, domesticated, needle- weenie kairdressiag, waseiag tarsimos, ' dieing pest; penasel, ussfal "aid or geed referenoss. —Box 3111, Mercury

Moe, Weymouth Street, W.l.—k WANTED—MORNING OR EVENING WORK; good referenose. Mrs. Vaughan. 7 Hroadiey Twat., Mendford tiquara—ai SUPERIOR PERSON svqnires daily work, mornings preferred; used private service, good referesime. Write Richards, I Frederick Place, W.C.l.—k TRUSTWORT
30 January 1931 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES.

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES.

Many people now watching the Stock & Share Market call see opportunities to make large profits with little risk, but intsones have ,o depreciated that they have not large sums of mime, available, and while Options and Marginal Accounts limit Ouse risks to the amount of money tha
11 November 1932 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
CRICKLEWOOD JEWELLERY.

CRICKLEWOOD JEWELLERY.

Sadie I,inke, Marylands Road, Paddington, married, aged 28. was committed for trial at the Central Criminal Court on charges of stealing mwellerv. value £275. the property of Mrs. T,ilian Stein. 9et Anson Road, ericklewood, and jewellery value £460, the property of Mrs. TArinia
11 November 1932 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
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11 November 1932 - Kensington Post - London, London, England