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PUBLIC NOTICES

PUBLIC NOTICES

City of MING H M Orchestra. (LEADER: NORRIS STANLEY.) TOWN HALL, EVERY SUNDAY, at 2.30 p.u. •Conductor: GEORGE WELDON. PROGRAMME FOR TO-MORROW: Overture, " The Mastcrsingers Wagner Violin Concerto in Beethoven Symphony No. E minor Sibelius Solo Violin: MAX ROST AL. PROGRAMME FOR
20 November 1943 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MOTOR CARS FOR SALE

MOTOR CARS FOR SALE

USTIN 18 7-stV. York Sal. one pte. owner t"- in perf condn. small mileage—Poole A Garage Redditch Phone 352 CSTIN 16 Goodwood Saloon ’37 :*lce condition £l4s—Peterstield Garages 1357 Stratford Rd. AUSTIN. 7.8 ’3B-9 Sal. luxe new tyres condn. no agents Seen Sunday -. 71 r-BritweH
20 November 1943 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
COAL SUPPLIES

COAL SUPPLIES

QUESTION OF DELIVERY PARLIAMENTS NEW SESSION PREPARING FOR GREAT ISSUES DEBATE ON THE ADDRESS The big tact about the coming new session of Parliament is that it may see the crash of Germany -and the coming of peace to Europe. Before the session ends, a year hence, the Prime Mini
20 November 1943 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Growing Unrest

Growing Unrest

An eyewitness who arrived in Berne from France confirms that some weeks ago the Marshal received a long dossier of growing unrest owing to requisitions and increased sabotage in France. He announced that he wanted to broadcast to the French people. Laual became suspicious and wa
20 November 1943 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
m WESTERN AftCADti STOP PRESS DIE) (s Moscow, Saturday.—The R penetrated into the north''' skirts of Cherkassy, where hi now

m WESTERN AftCADti STOP PRESS DIE) (s Moscow, Saturday.—The R penetrated into the north''' skirts of Cherkassy, where hi now

taking place. Conib' Soviet commandos, infantry supported by planes, fought Moscow radio says that h* direction Soviet tanks breaches the German several points.—Reuter.
20 November 1943 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SALUTE THE EIGHTH ARMY _/Yi r..uoo S ' ALPS it '-A

SALUTE THE EIGHTH ARMY _/Yi r..uoo S ' ALPS it '-A

01 May 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Birmingham central TECHNICAL COLLEGE, SUFFOLK STREET. 1. Principal: J)r. D. S. ANDERSON. DEPARTMENT oFMETALLURGY Head Department: Dc. F. JOHNSON. SUMMER

Birmingham central TECHNICAL COLLEGE, SUFFOLK STREET. 1. Principal: J)r. D. S. ANDERSON. DEPARTMENT oFMETALLURGY Head Department: Dc. F. JOHNSON. SUMMER

COURSES. The following snmmer courses have been arranged. All lectures at 6.30 p.m. Fee for one course 3/6, for each additional course 2/6. Student* must register and pay the fee prior first lecture. Enrolments can be made post. 1. MODERN ELECTRO-PL ATI NG PRACTICE —8 Lectures.
01 May 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SALES BY PRIVATE CONTRACT

SALES BY PRIVATE CONTRACT

* GRICULTURAL Rubber Boots (lace up) for strength and economy; B*. 6d. pair.—Frankenburgs. APRONS for men and women working among acids* also Gloves for every imaginable purpose.—Frankenburgs Rubber Emporium. Snow llill. ARCTIC Sock* for Rubber Footwear of every description- Juv
02 January 1940 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DOMESTIC SITUA

DOMESTIC SITUA

Daily Help Wanted >. 45 Reddings Rd. Moseley DOMESTIC Help 3 morning B U > ■laid kept—2l Calthorpe ‘.of* Domestic Help wtd. 2 fy wkly.—App. 19 Staolebn W Domestic Help wtd. 7, H* —Powell Wentworth *‘ 6 \OM£STIO Help Reqd. 5 JX weekly good wages—Pbon® jo* Housekeeper thoroughly i
01 May 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DOC K E B

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01 May 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England