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OFF TO LEPER COLONY IN JAVior. r

OFF TO LEPER COLONY IN JAVior. r

28 February 1921 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FOR A SEA CAREER.

FOR A SEA CAREER.

BRANCH OF BRITISH AND FOREIGN SAILORS' SOCIETY. Two Birmingham lads—Bob Coombe and E. Forrester—have applied for admission into the Prince of Wales Sea Training boatel, Limehouse, London, a rapidly developing branch of the work of tae British and Foreign Sailors' Society. Thep b
28 February 1921 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SUTTON PARK CAMP.

SUTTON PARK CAMP.

WAR OFFICE PAYMENT FOR THE REMOVAL OF DEBRIS. The Parka and Estates Committee of the Sutton Co!Wield Town Council report the receipt of a letter from the War Office stating that instructions have been given for payment to be made in respect of the cost of removing the debris and
28 February 1921 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WARRIORS' DAY CONCERTS.

WARRIORS' DAY CONCERTS.

Amateur societies in the Midlands willing to help by giving an entertainment on 31 March in aid of Lord llaig's Fund for the relief of ex-Serrioe men are asked to put themselves in oommunication with Captain Hors,* Collins, secretary of the Amateur Theatrical :action, Drury lan.
28 February 1921 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FILM LESSONS FOR

FILM LESSONS FOR

CHILDREN. Cinema Matinee Scheme for the City. FURTHZR Further developments are reported 1* connection with the provisional scheme of the Birmingham Juvenile Organisations Committee for the exhibition of educetionai films, which, it is suggested, should be shown after school hour
28 February 1921 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
11.0. ?MOS NPOOTLY.

11.0. ?MOS NPOOTLY.

To- Inc'? AND WIRING TNT EVK - son ebmedy. "111 E HEART ZOE mei ZONA. am, MUNE iAt_e 1101.011:. (AIOKSO9I. LIMY Si !abased SPERIAL PICTURE ROUSE tie it* TO-UAY IND DURING THE WEEK - The All-artisk LURE OF CRC/OWING WATER." 'Harris( OUT sad IVY Dux,. a...PlorOsill Men.. Gum. sad
28 February 1921 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
REFLECTION FOR TO-DA% .

REFLECTION FOR TO-DA% .

The poverty of our neighbours becomes in the end our own.—Ruskin. Nirmingham &tient. TELEPHONE: CE.NTRAL Iro 6se MONDAY, 2$ FEBRUARY, 1921 , HOW MUCH ? With the arrival of Marshal F(Aii. the setting of the stage for the dis. l cussion of German indemnities is almost complete. Th
28 February 1921 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.

SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.

The Prince of Wales has become president of the Norfolk Christmas Show Association. hardly walk seemed ever ter. I think pulling it. HUES-AND A CRY. A PRINTER'S-ERROR ? ABOUT TAFFY. THE BUSYBODY. TO-DAY'S STORY. THE PASSER-BY. Our open-air orators find some die• culty with the p
28 February 1921 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PERSONALITIES AT BY-ELECTION

PERSONALITIES AT BY-ELECTION

FOUR POLLS THIS WEEK. Dudley, Woolwich, Penistone and Kirkcaldy. POSITION AT MOSELEY. Liberal and Dudley's Labour Candidate. This week will witness four of the five constituencies fulling in cone( claire days as follow: East Woolwich Dudley Kirkcaldy Burghs Penistone Division Th
28 February 1921 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Speakers Hustled.

Speakers Hustled.

It if now stated that Captain Gee, the Coalition nominee, attacked by a woman. Mrs. Gee was also mobbed. and then provided with shelter in a friendly house until half-past one in the morning. On the other hand, Mr. Macdonald'a supporters assert that scurrilous accusatious are be
28 February 1921 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England