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DEATH OF MAJOR BOULTBEE

DEATH OF MAJOR BOULTBEE

The death has taken place at Bransgore, Hampshire, of a member of an old Warwickshire family, Major Charles Tawnshend Boultbee, late of the 60th King’s Royal Rifles, his father being Captain H. T. Boultbee (Royal Horse Artillery), the High Sheriff of Warwickshire in 1865, who li
30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CONSTABLE COMMENDED SAVED LIFE OF MAN FOUND GASSED

CONSTABLE COMMENDED SAVED LIFE OF MAN FOUND GASSED

police-constable gave the magistrates a lesson in first-aid at Birmingham Police Court to-day when he gave evidence in a case in which George Davis, gardener, of Oxford Road, Smethwick, was charged with attempting suicide. Police-constable May described how he was examining an e
30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DUTCH CABINET RESIGNS

DUTCH CABINET RESIGNS

DISAGREEMENT OVER FINANCE
30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Artery Severed

Artery Severed

The main cause of death witness considered to be the severing of the right radial artery. This wound could have been caused by the man falling violently on to broken crockery, but in his opinion it was not so caused. ”It is much more consistent with the hand having come violentl
30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PETROL FROM COAL NEW FACTORY TO SUPPLY NEED

PETROL FROM COAL NEW FACTORY TO SUPPLY NEED

OF R.A.F. An aviation fuel factory is to be constructed in Lancashire at a cost of about £6,000.000. It is to be built by the Government, but Imperial Chemical Industries will be interested in it. Elaborate and costly plant is to be installed for extracting petrol from coal. The
30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HEAD OFFICES – HALIFAX

HEAD OFFICES – HALIFAX

HEAD OFFICES - HALIFAX District Branch: 26-28, COLMORE ROW, 3 Manager; R. A. HOOSON. Telephone: COLmore 4714-5. SUTTON COLDFIELD; Masonic Hall Buildings, Mill Street—G. E. Glover. BURTON-ON-TRENT; 55. Station Street—T. Shelly & Son. STOURBRIDGE: 88. High St.—J. A. Abel. REDDITCH:
30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
'«M, . Bristol m 'n 19/, “"of-, Swansea j/ B p i e j t min *2/. 3 ™" «/-

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30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Totalisator Double

Totalisator Double

Malmsey (3.0) and Ethelborough (4.0), win dividend £lO/18/- to 10/- stake; 185 winning tickets. Pool £2,357. SELECTIONS FOR TOMORROW Alexandra Park.—2.so, Sir Roger; 3.20, Troutfisher; 3.50, Waterbird; 4.25, High Rank; 5.0, Smy; 5.30, Diploma d’Honneur, Ayr.-2.15, Blue Pencil; 2
30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
“FIRST CHOICE” TENNIS RACKETS Dunlops make them specially tor Lewis's! English ash frames, with bound shoulders, strung with tine silk

“FIRST CHOICE” TENNIS RACKETS Dunlops make them specially tor Lewis's! English ash frames, with bound shoulders, strung with tine silk

gut. All weights. Each ames, wnn 10/6
30 June 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England