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PREPAID CHARGES

PREPAID CHARGES

All small classified advertisements (except Situations Wanted) are inserted at -’the follow!na* rates for prepayment (maximum number of words 2-1); 12 Words for each insertion sg, and 2*. for evc-y additional e Words. SITUATIONS WANTED 12 Words 2«. 6d. and 1«. for ©very addition
25 July 1942 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GARDENING, &C.

GARDENING, &C.

lASS lor Food Production 1,000 12in. Bin. in stock—Webbs 54 Bromsgrove St. nr. Hippodrome REENHOUSE Boiler for Sale good cond.— Adams 227 Golden Hillock Rd. Vic. 1327 6,000 Strong Leek Plants English seed 2s. 6d. for 50 355. 1,000 Savoy Kale 6d. score Sage Is. doz.—Grange Nurser
25 July 1942 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

AXON (Mary C.), beloved wife J. R., 154, Brantley Road. Birmingham, passed peacefully away on the 24th inst., Dudley Road Hospital, aged 67. Funeral. Tuesday, 28th, at Witton Cemetery. BRADFORD (Louisa).—On the 21st. beloved wife of William, 65 Grosvenor Road, Harborne. Funeral
25 July 1942 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TABLE T Without An Enemy The title of ipeacemaker * fully earned by Mr. Thomas Cretfi. Hill Cottage, Clent, one

TABLE T Without An Enemy The title of ipeacemaker * fully earned by Mr. Thomas Cretfi. Hill Cottage, Clent, one

of regular presiding magistrates Hm Court, whose 'death has place this week the age of 84. had unorthodox methods in 1 : with cases arising out of matrimo*! troubles or neighbours’ squabW which often called for the wisdoio a Solomon or the patience of ( Before these cases were h
25 July 1942 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GARDENING GOSSIP

GARDENING GOSSIP

BUSH AND CANE FRUITS
25 July 1942 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FLIT

FLIT

Inaccticidct have a double duty to perform in War- , time. They safeguard our home food supplies from I contamination by flies and I I v protect our armies over- *F seas from malaria-carrying mosquitoes and other I insect pests. The raw I I materials for making Flit I ' are in s
25 July 1942 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PERSONAL COLUMN

PERSONAL COLUMN

Hair and scalp diseases. IF YOUR HAIR IS FALLING. HAS SCURF, DANDRUFF, BALD PATCHES (ALOPECIA). THE CARE AND ATTENTION ol a SPECIALIST IS NECESSARY CONSULT Mr. J. KENNETH SEAL. M.B<E., D.Sc., F.P.C. (Lond.), M.S.P. SPECIALIST FOR ALL DISEASES OF THE HAIR AND SCALP 77, HAGI.EY RO
21 December 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WIDE MEANING OF ‘‘DISABLED” CIVILIANS & FORCES PROTECTED

WIDE MEANING OF ‘‘DISABLED” CIVILIANS & FORCES PROTECTED

21 December 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
All Handicaps Covered

All Handicaps Covered

First of all, disabled person is anyone whose injury, disease or deformity handicaps them in getting suitable employment. The Act covers disablement from any cause whatever—war, industrial or civilian. In the case of 1914-18 men, the production of pension papers is enough to get
21 December 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
XMAS GIFTS PIN BROOCHES, I/-, 2/9 BRACELETS 4/9, 2/. PERFUME LIPSTICKS ROUGE 1/2 HAIR CREAM 2/. BRILL! ANTI NE 2/-

XMAS GIFTS PIN BROOCHES, I/-, 2/9 BRACELETS 4/9, 2/. PERFUME LIPSTICKS ROUGE 1/2 HAIR CREAM 2/. BRILL! ANTI NE 2/-

Children’s Imitation HOG* SKIN MITTS, A I i i natural shade n 4/1
21 December 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England