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MODERN Fnlly-licepsed House on important main road near Wolverhampton; tied popular ales. Ingoing approximately £6OO. Particulars upon personal application ouly.—John

MODERN Fnlly-licepsed House on important main road near Wolverhampton; tied popular ales. Ingoing approximately £6OO. Particulars upon personal application ouly.—John

Foster, F.A.1., Licensing Specialists, Midland Bank Chambers, Queen Square, Wolverhampton. TENANTS •, Reouired.—Fully-licensed Houses, Cradley, Lichfield. Malvern, Wednesbury, Sedgley; Ingoings Irom £lso.—Harford, Kinghara, Valuers, West Bromwich.
21 March 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FINANCIAL, PARTNERSHIPS, ETC.

FINANCIAL, PARTNERSHIPS, ETC.

21 March 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Code of Trading

Code of Trading

Arising out of representations made the National Association of Goldsmiths on the subject of Wholesale Retailing,’ strenuous endeavours were made to reach agreement on principles of trading embodied in a detailed which was drawn up. Negotiations reached a stage when a joint com
21 March 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
The Schoolboys’ International

The Schoolboys’ International

The local officials of the Coventry branch of the English Schools Rugby Union must be congratulated on the success of the international match played Coundon Road last Saturday. It was no mean feat to cater so efficiently for such a record crowd. In many years’ experience of Coun
21 March 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LEICESTERSHIRE SECRETARY

LEICESTERSHIRE SECRETARY

CAPT. J. E. M. SKINNER TO SUCCEED LIEUT.-COMMANDER WEBB From 270 applicants for the post of secretary to the Leicestershire County Club, Captain J. E. M. Skinner, of Winchester, has been chosen. Captain Skinner was educated at Wellington College. Berkshire, and was with the King
21 March 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
KIDDERMINSTER AFFAIRS

KIDDERMINSTER AFFAIRS

BIRMINGHAM LEAGUE CLUB’S PROFIT The statement of accounts, presented at last night’s annual meeting of Kidderminster Cricket Club, revealed profit of £22 ss. od. on the season. The honorary secretary (Mr. A. W. Gethin) stated the club opened the season with an overdraft of and w
21 March 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GOLF

GOLF

21 March 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WARWICKSHIRE

WARWICKSHIRE

After meeting at Tadmarton House the V\ arwiekshire Hounds found in the Highlands and ran out towards Bloxham village. Turning hack, they killed their fox close to the starting point. Finding again in Mr. Mould’s gorse, hounds ran nicely across to Wroxton. Then swinging back, th
21 March 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BROCKLESBY STAKES

BROCKLESBY STAKES

SUNNY HOUR WELL FANCIED
21 March 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England