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14 February 1938 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
RALLY IN FRENCH FRANCS Movements on Foreign Exchanges French francs staged a good recovery on the foreign exchange market yesterday.

RALLY IN FRENCH FRANCS Movements on Foreign Exchanges French francs staged a good recovery on the foreign exchange market yesterday.

attributable to weck-end " bear closing." After touching 1:›41 at the opening the rate carne back sharply to 1534 and closed at 153 25-32 making francs 11-32 franc dearer on balance. The discount for one month narrowed from lj to 1 9-16 francs over spot, and for three months fro
26 February 1938 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM SUICIDE

BIRMINGHAM SUICIDE

Wife's Story at Inquest of Separation Proceedings It was revealed that a Birmingham' man's suicide followed after WS wife had instituted separation proceedings )esterday on Harry Thomas Simroonds, aged 3S, a foreman toolsitter. of et, Heservotr-road, Erd ingtou. He was found dea
11 December 1937 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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26 February 1938 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
AT THS HALLS

AT THS HALLS

The Hippodrome next week presents Roy Fox and his Band at the head of a variety bill. Supporting are the Great Faladys, acrobats and tumblers; Jane Ayr and Eddie beslie, comedy pair; Nosmo King, comedian; Atedlow and Marlowe, acrobatic dancers; Charly Wood, unicyc ling juggler;
11 December 1937 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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1937 WRECKED LINER: ALLEGATIONS AGAINST CREW Washington, Thursday. ALLEGATIONS that the crew of the liner President Hoover, which ran aground

1937 WRECKED LINER: ALLEGATIONS AGAINST CREW Washington, Thursday. ALLEGATIONS that the crew of the liner President Hoover, which ran aground

of Formosa last week, became drunk and terrorised women and children passengers after the ship ran aground, are to be investigated, by command of the Senate Joint Maritime Commission.—Reuter.
17 December 1937 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
r a RECORD CHRISTMAS

r a RECORD CHRISTMAS

a RECORD CHRISTMAS Anions popularity is at the peak during the festive mama. Cow& quently our transport department is working at full pressure. snow bound roads. • sprit of fog or from. may make the Mamma of last minute orders difficult. It well help us considerably If Ism' will
17 December 1937 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
INWARD & OUTWARD MAILS

INWARD & OUTWARD MAILS

T 0 A V 7.15 a.m.—Belgian Congo. Madeira, Portuguese Let Aims. 5.40 a.m.—Lgypt. Ina, lrag., Palestina Oita—Newfoundland. 10 p.m.—Bahamas, Brasil. Canada, Cape Verd Islands, Chile, Dutch West Indies. Halescior, tiold Closet. Marti, Jamaica, Mexico, Porto Rico. Sierra Loose, U.B.A
17 December 1937 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HEREFORD FRUIT PRICES

HEREFORD FRUIT PRICES

There was an excellent display of fruit at the Hereford Christmas fruit market. The best prices realised at the sale, per pot of 401 b., were: Cox's Orange Pippins 245. lid., Ftlenheims 135., Newtons 125., Annie Elizaheths and Bramleys 10s.. Princess Pippins As. Gd Charles Ross,
17 December 1937 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SHREWSBURY F.C.

SHREWSBURY F.C.

Shrewsbury Town's team in their home Midland League match Doncaster Reserves on Saturday, will be:— Rigby; Miller, Breen.; Harkin, Smith, Nicholls; Davies, flu own, Williams, liopley. For the first time Shrewshilry will have a home match on Christmas Day, having arranged a Midla
17 December 1937 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England