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IN BIRMINGHAM

IN BIRMINGHAM

Following the dense fog of last night—in many parts of England, including the Midlands, the worst of the winter—the fog belt to-day still covered a large part of east and south-east England, the Midlands, and parts of the West Country. There was a serious accident in the London
31 December 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
A Century Ago Birmingham Events of the ’46’s This night you will select the motto which is to indicate the

A Century Ago Birmingham Events of the ’46’s This night you will select the motto which is to indicate the

commercial policy of England.” So began one of the most famous speeches of that great Birmingham M.P., John Bright, and it was made in the memorable debate on the repeal of the Corn Laws, on February 9 a century ago. Sir Robert Peel, the Tory Premier, had introduced the measure,
31 December 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FILM FACTS

FILM FACTS

TT can now be revealed that the main reason amateur photographers were unable to get film during the war was that in the peak period the Services’ use of film was at the rate of 25,000,000 square feet a year. This fact will no doubt be mentioned by Dr. D. A. Spencer, who was in
31 December 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Owing to the shortage of Pork, are compelled to stop making our famous Pork Sausages. BYWATERS BEEF SAUSAGES are like

Owing to the shortage of Pork, are compelled to stop making our famous Pork Sausages. BYWATERS BEEF SAUSAGES are like

our Pork THE BEST OBTAINABLE Sausages I Id. lb. Sausage Meat 9d. lb.
31 December 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Plunge Into Gloom

Plunge Into Gloom

Another reporter did the five-mile trudge from Bordesley to the far end of Hall Green. 1 rather felt (he writes) that the joke was on me, since 1 paid the full fare only a few hundred yards before the bus gave up near Adderley Street. 1 gingerly found the footpath and plunged in
31 December 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MOTOR CARS FOR SALE

MOTOR CARS FOR SALE

AUSTIN 7 Saloon showroom condn. running order reqs. minor adjustment £lOO or nearest offer After 1 p.m. Washwood Heath Rd. Birmingham AUSTIN magnificent condn. any trial—Balsall Heath Motor* (George le Resche) Mary St. Cal. 1847 AUSTIN 4-dr. excel, value—Balsall Hth. Motors (Geo
31 December 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MIDLAND INSTITUTE

MIDLAND INSTITUTE

rpHE programme of Monday evening fixtures at the Midland Institute is full of good things, beginning with performance by the Lanchester Marionette Theatre from Malvern on January 21. Naturalists will welcome Seton Gordon on February 4, when he will speak on Hill Birds of Scotlan
31 December 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
POOR OUTLOOK FOR CAR RACING BIRMINGHAM SITE MAY SOLVE PROBLEM

POOR OUTLOOK FOR CAR RACING BIRMINGHAM SITE MAY SOLVE PROBLEM

The outlook of British motor racing in this country for 1946 is very poor, acording to an (R.A.C. official to-day- strong effort is being made by the club to secure the derequisitioning of Donington track, which is at present being used by trie War Office,” he stated. “The posit
31 December 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
REST OF THE NEWS

REST OF THE NEWS

ALL BURMA REVERTS TO CIVIL GOVERNMENT A proclamation issued by Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten, supreme Allied commander in South-East Asia, broadcast to-day by Singapore radio, returns all Burma to civil government as from to-morrow. A great part of the country returned to civil
31 December 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LEWIS’S, LID., BIRMINGHAM, 4

LEWIS’S, LID., BIRMINGHAM, 4

31 December 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England