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01 December 1950 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
REGAI. HARROW ROAD

REGAI. HARROW ROAD

Sun: • Son el Fury" with Gene' 'Pitney and Tyrone Power; 11130 "Little lodise" Sul with Jo Ann Marlowe. Mon: "The Asphalt Jangle" IC) with Sterling Hayden and Louis Calhern: also "A Lady without Passport" au with Hedy Lamarr. REGAL, iIFAL'i - IiAIR GREEN Sun: "The Secret Behind
01 December 1950 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
Prom Noway, Column Service, of course—is the theme of a play by H M. Jackson which is reviewed on this

Prom Noway, Column Service, of course—is the theme of a play by H M. Jackson which is reviewed on this

page. Mr. Jackson has been in the Ministry of Health "longer than I can remember" to use his own words. With an interval of one year in another branch he has been at the Ministry's Kensington office since 1948. His chief interest is the theatre and he is president of the Ministr
01 December 1950 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
CHRISTIE & CO.

CHRISTIE & CO.

7, Baker St., W.l. mu.* 0022 For Hotels, hest & Flatlet llsew E 2.500. Easily run flatlet house near Kensington High St., much above the average, good furniture and decorative order. 11 rooms, h. and C. basins. Present owner occu 2 rooms and takings £24 16epie. s from remainder.
01 December 1950 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
EMPLO' AGENTS urgently wanted. Work at home producing fascinating novelties. Interesting and remunerative. Materials supplied free. No special tools required.

EMPLO' AGENTS urgently wanted. Work at home producing fascinating novelties. Interesting and remunerative. Materials supplied free. No special tools required.

Leaflets on application from Crofter Craft, 9, Victoria Road. Gorleston-on-Sea. (M 9511) A SELFWONTAINED fiat Is ofefred to working hotel porter, who is capable and willing to park visitors' cars. Box 2570 Kensington Post, Exhibition Road. 8.W.7. (K 9511 BOY leaving school wante
01 December 1950 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 

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DECORATING AND BUILDING REPAIRS ALL building repairs, war-damage conversions. sanitary work. roof repairs. decorating. graining. Wallpaper available. Day & Co.,

DECORATING AND BUILDING REPAIRS ALL building repairs, war-damage conversions. sanitary work. roof repairs. decorating. graining. Wallpaper available. Day & Co.,

6, Norfolk Place, W. 2. Phone , Ambassador 1450. (K 909) extensions to' , kitchens. bathrooms, buildings. or garages. W. R. Gray, builder. I,' Hutton Hall Road. Heston. (M 906) IItiLDING and decorating. Moderate charger. Estimates tree. War-damage repairs financed. Permanent Con
20 January 1950 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
LAST-MINUTE

LAST-MINUTE

Page that tells our blitz story is finished Kensington's illuminated page in the memorial book recording air attacks which is to be placed in the Church Of St. Michaels. Aldershot overlooking the memorial shrine has now been completed. Before being sent to Aldershot it will be o
16 June 1950 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
purr THE CLUBS – No. 15. CORNWALL CRICKET CLUB

purr THE CLUBS – No. 15. CORNWALL CRICKET CLUB

purr THE CLUBS - No. 15. CORNWALL CRICKET CLUB EXCEPTING CLUBS whose activities are not restricted to cricket. Cornwall Is the oldest cricket club in Kensington. _ Before its formation as an official club in 1922, Cornwall', founder members used to play cricket between themselves
16 June 1950 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
OBSCENE BOOKS SEIZED FROM NORTH KENSINGTON SHOP A COLLECTION of 28 magazines ,bearing euch tidos u "Piccadily Eyeful," and "Desires

OBSCENE BOOKS SEIZED FROM NORTH KENSINGTON SHOP A COLLECTION of 28 magazines ,bearing euch tidos u "Piccadily Eyeful," and "Desires

of Darkness," seized from a North Kensington book-shop by Special Branch officers from Scotland Yard, were ordered to be destroyed after being held to be obscene by Mr. E. R. Guest, the West London Magistrate, last Wednesday. On the application of Mr. P. J. Palmes. representing
16 June 1950 - Kensington Post - London, London, England