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LAST DAY for Free Uxderfelt Offer Come at 9 a.m. To-morrow. LAST Hundreds of Sensational Bargains LAST for ANGLO-TUR KEY SECTIONS Size 72in. x 36in. 63/-. TO-MORROW DAY for TUFTED AXMINSTER CARPETS. Size 3 x 2iyds., 90/-. TO-MORROW for Large Tufted AXMINSTER SOFA RUGS. Size 72in
30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FIREPLACES Annual Stocktaking SALE CLEARANCE OF SURPLUS STOCK I Do not miss this Wonderful Opportunity of securing an IDEAL" FIREPLACE

FIREPLACES Annual Stocktaking SALE CLEARANCE OF SURPLUS STOCK I Do not miss this Wonderful Opportunity of securing an IDEAL" FIREPLACE

now! are offering complete suites at prices which are staggering.''* This i§ a GENUINE SALE and all goods are of the Highest Quality. Few BARGAIN SUITES Reduced from £4/12/6 to £2/19/6; From £6/17/6 to £5/7/6; From £5/17/6 to £4/10/-; From £7 to £5/2/6; From £B/5/- to £5/19/6. A
30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PAVILION, Wylde Green (A.8.C.). ERD. 0224 To-day and Saturday. Continuous from 5.30. John Lodge m “ PREMIERE (a), an Associated

PAVILION, Wylde Green (A.8.C.). ERD. 0224 To-day and Saturday. Continuous from 5.30. John Lodge m “ PREMIERE (a), an Associated

British Picture. Bobby Breen, Charles Rnggles in “ BREAKING THE ICE’’ (C). Kenneth Stow the Christie Organ. PICCADILLY , Stratford Rd. (A.8.C.). VIC. 1688 TO-D\Y AND .SATURDAY ONi\. Louis Hayward, Tom Brown, in “ THE DUKE OF WEST POINT” (u); Gene Autry in “PRAIRIE MOON" (u). Sun
30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Grand Whist D rives

Grand Whist D rives

Grand Whist rives HELD IN ALBERT HALL, SIX WAYS, ASTON, EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. FRIDAY ■ Prizes £B. Premier £4 Admission 1/3 Additional S £7. Commence 8.15 p.m. SATURDAY: Prizes £l2. Premier Admission 1/6 Additional Snowball £lO. Commence 8.15 p.m. SOLO (Saturday* only), 7 15.
30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE BIRMINGHAM MAIL, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1939

THE BIRMINGHAM MAIL, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1939

30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED

DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED

EXPERIENCED Working Housekeeper to business gentleman, or Companion-Housekeeper to lady; good cook; highly recommended.—62l Y, Mail. HOUSEKEEPER Requires Post to business couple, no children, at once; good references; Birmingham district.—637 Y, Mail. HOUSEKEEPER, middle-aged. S
30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MASTER OF THE BALLET ESPINOSA TELLS OF HIS RISE TO FAME

MASTER OF THE BALLET ESPINOSA TELLS OF HIS RISE TO FAME

PLENTY OF ENCOURAGEMENT IN ENGLAND Dances by Espinosa.” How often theatregoers must have seen that announcement in their programmes and wondered as they watched the perfect grouping and movements of the dancers, what kyid of a man was this who had planned and arranged and rehear
30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Years of unnecessary STOMACH PAIN Are you one of those who put up with stomach pain as a necessary evil,”

Years of unnecessary STOMACH PAIN Are you one of those who put up with stomach pain as a necessary evil,”

resigning yourself to constant attacks of flatulence and acidity? If you are, it is well to remember that you are living in 1939. Facts about digestion and stomach remedies which were little understood even twenty years ago are now accepted common knowledge, not only specialists
30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
A PLEASANT DRINK FOR WARM

A PLEASANT DRINK FOR WARM

DAYS Elderflowers will he ready for gathering very soon and they make very good drink during the warm weather, besides being a healthy beverage. Take about 10 sprays of elderflowers and put in an earthenware bowl with one and a half pounds lump sugar. Add a sliced lemon and abou
30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CYCLIST’S DEATH AT ASTON

CYCLIST’S DEATH AT ASTON

A man aged about 35, fell off his bicycla and died yesterday in High Street, Aston. His body is at the General Hospital mortuary awaiting identification. In his pocket was a medicine bottle with the name “Day” written on the label. The first Roman Catholic priest to be ordained
30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England