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AMUSEMENTS

AMUSEMENTS

AT THE EMPIRE ALL NEXT WEEK BIRMINGHAM'S OWN VARIETY SHOW H. E. G. HARVEY and WALLY DEWAR present the GAUMONT-BRITISH DISCOVERIES 10 NEW ACTS. Compered by H. E. G. HARVEY. All Local Talent. ALSO WALLY DEWAR and his BROADCASTING BAND JANET JOYE RUBIN HARRY ENGLEMAN and VERNON ADC
25 January 1940 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
The Capel-^Nicholls

The Capel-^Nicholls

SCHOOL OF BALLROOM DANCING. PRIVATE LESSONS, 5/- Each, Five for £l/1. 'Phone; MlDland 4838. TO-NIGHT; Instruction Class, 7.30 to 10.30 ... 2/6 SATURDAY: Beginners' Class, 3.0 to 5.0 1/6 TUESDAY: Beginners’ Class, 7.30 to 10.30 ... 2/6 PLEASE NOTE NEW ADDRESS-59 to 63. JOHN BRIGH
25 January 1940 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
APPLY AS ABOVE.

APPLY AS ABOVE.

JpRESS rjIOOLMAKERS REQUIRED FOR GOVERNMENT WORK. Only Fully Experienced Men Need Apply. Good Wages and Output Bonus. A luminium "Yyor ks, STRATFORD-ON-A VON v GIRLS, 16-18, Wanted lor plating shop wiring, drying out; , —M'lHiams, 21, Spencer St. f-J.HtLS to learn spectacle fram
25 January 1940 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
The Passengers Booed

The Passengers Booed

The other night a youth produced a fearsome looking mouth organ and proceeded to amuse himself playing tunes. When the conductor asked him to stop, he was greeted with boos from other passengers. Perhaps some day the Corporation will instal radio sets in ’buses! Another youth co
25 January 1940 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CAN YOU CONCENTRATE? POSITION OF THE SPINAL CORD DRESS, HOME, WOMAN’S WORK k ®

CAN YOU CONCENTRATE? POSITION OF THE SPINAL CORD DRESS, HOME, WOMAN’S WORK k ®

25 January 1940 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Well Mixed

Well Mixed

The British contraband authorities comment the delay caused by mixed cargoes, which prompts the thought that this is how the sand gets into the sugar. Double Napoleon, Please! It is officially intimated that privates and officers are entitled to eat in the same hotel or restaura
25 January 1940 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Finnish Steamer Sunk

Finnish Steamer Sunk

The Finnish steamer Onto, 1,333 tons, registered at Helsinki, was mined in the North Sea on Tuesday night. Her crew of 18, including one Englishman, escaped in the lifeboat and were landed at British north-east coast port to-day by a Greek steamer. The vessel was badly damaged a
25 January 1940 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WHO WANTS MY NOSE Always Sniffing Can’t Smell Can’t Taste Can’t Enjoy Anything Can’t Breathe Are you. too, a slave

WHO WANTS MY NOSE Always Sniffing Can’t Smell Can’t Taste Can’t Enjoy Anything Can’t Breathe Are you. too, a slave

to Insidious Catarrh Is spoiling your enjoyment of life? Are Its offensive, choking poisons ruining your health and destroying your good looks ? Do you waka In the morning with your nose and throat blocked with germ-laden mucus Get some Mentholatum.’ This wonderful penetrative s
25 January 1940 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
REYNOLDS NEWS ★ ORDER NOW AT YOUR NEWSAGENT ★

REYNOLDS NEWS ★ ORDER NOW AT YOUR NEWSAGENT ★

0000 TOBACCO.. Phillips THE TOBACCO THAT HAS NEVER VARIED SINCE 1867 \/ TONGUE B le courtesy of the French Government, we I • J ma y ser| to any member of the B.E.F. serving f n 1 France a £lb. tin of PHILLIPS for 2/9 post j IHTBriT 'f P a or a for 4/9 post paid. \ • ORDER THROU
25 January 1940 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Failure of Shetland Raid

Failure of Shetland Raid

The raid on the Shetlands by three Heinkel bombers yesterday was unsuccessful. An Air Ministry statement issued last night said; This morning enemy aircraft attacked with bombs a cargo vessel off the Shetland Islands. Later the same aircraft passed over the islands and dropped b
25 January 1940 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England