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HIGH CHARACTER

HIGH CHARACTER

Det.-Inspector Summers said delendant, commercial traveller in the employ of a firm for 30 years and a special constable in the City of London Police since 1938, had a very high character. He was a very keen amateur photographer and had taken the picture for his own private coll
26 May 1945 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
 
J. W. CLARK

J. W. CLARK

Newsagent 90, Marylebone High Street ROPE SPLICING Etc, LORRY COVERS TARPAULINS ROPES & TWINES CANVAS WORK RING OR CALL HEED and SAVAGE 596, HARROW ROAD, W.lO Phone~LADBROOK 1484. Prompt Attention to til Enpries imu a Mat
26 May 1945 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
 
MIDDLESEX INDEPENDENT St WEST LONDON STAR, MAY 26, 1945 Metropolitan

MIDDLESEX INDEPENDENT St WEST LONDON STAR, MAY 26, 1945 Metropolitan

MIDDLESEX INDEPENDENT WEST LONDON STAR, MAY 26, 1945 Metropolitan THCATRi OF VARIKTIIS EOGWARE ROAD Phon*; AMbassador 2478-9 Manager —W. W. MATTHEW WEEK COMMENCING 28tti. MAY Will PATRONS KINDLY NOTE TIMES PERFORMANCES Ist. HOUSE g p.m. 2nd. I p.m SIAM GAIA EVERY WEDNESDAY ht. HO
26 May 1945 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
 
By SIR ERNEST BENN

By SIR ERNEST BENN

The shonness ot the public memory is proverbial, but when the fundalions ot our very existence, as a tree people are in question, as today, both mind and memory are in dire need ot refreshment. Speaking the surrender ot oui liberties, only five years ago Mr. Churchill promised t
26 May 1945 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
 
PARTIES i**' Oeafts

PARTIES i**' Oeafts

Fra«kH« Festivities On Saturday afternoeffy residents of FranKlin Road, WUlesden, gave a party to 24 children. The road was gaily decorated with flags and bunting and the ladies loaded the festive tables with cakes, blanc-manges, jellies and other good Games and races and other
26 May 1945 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
 

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Beacofisfieid Read

Beacofisfieid Read

A party ter 112 children was held in Beaconsfleld Road. WlUesden, on Saturday. Tables were tastefully decorated and loaded with good things. After tea, there were games and races, and music was provided by an accordian band. During the party thhe Mayor of Willesden was a welcome
26 May 1945 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
 
Support your own town by buying them. PRICES RANGE FROM 9d. TO 25.3 d. PER LB.

Support your own town by buying them. PRICES RANGE FROM 9d. TO 25.3 d. PER LB.

19 October 1940 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
 
THE ALERT

THE ALERT

'ihe sire liave a new meaning as the Battle of Britain waxes Ai .. - they warned all who heard them immediately to take cover. Then it was seen that the enemy raiders, by the mere threat ot their presence, were doing more damage than by their bombs. Production of vital war equip
19 October 1940 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
 
“CARRY OUT THIS ORDER OR YOU WILL BE

“CARRY OUT THIS ORDER OR YOU WILL BE

“It you don’t carry out this order you will be dead \ery shortly. This was an excerpt Itom letter, headed I.R A. Branch, which was read at Marylebcne Police Court when James Jefferies, f.fty one. night porter, of Bayswater-road, \V2, was charged before Mr L. R. Dunne "ith malici
19 October 1940 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England
 
Employment Exchange

Employment Exchange

Vjwm dot anemfleyed and lir* ia the London area y— «w> to enrol th*t yon may wka eaße4 •■ for tamporary work of r** impocioDoo, Air KaM Dunape Clearance. Debrb mnat efeareJ &«■> (oafc and demolition utes and raw melfrieie wwt k wimped! lHi|iill—<lj i( open to men akwdy «i aa nni
19 October 1940 - Marylebone Mercury - London, London, England