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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
 
GARDENING, &C.

GARDENING, &C.

TCO 14in. light for Sale Would exchange -cX heavier 17m. or over Cash adjustment-71 Mail A USTIN Bros, offer best quality Turf from sports field also 1 cricket pitch for sale only 20,000 yds. lelt—l67 Birchfleld Rd. Tel. Nor. 4109 Manure last year’s orders ex- ceeded 500 load# w
31 December 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
EDUCATIONAL

EDUCATIONAL

LADIES’ Hairdressing thorough tuition for beginners refresher courses—Aco. 0142 Lady Reqs. Tuition in Ladies’ Hair■M, dressing please state fee—2os Waverley Rd. B’ham
31 December 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
APARTMENTS

APARTMENTS

CCOMMODATION Briars Hotel 178 Hagley XA. Rd. Tel. Edg. 0692 Garage space EDGBASTON Homely Accom. gents, sing!* double refs, required—292 Edward Rd. Cal. 1096 PpURNISHED Rooms bath rm. kitchen 35/' •‘cooking included Small Heath-556 Mail GOOD Home Offered refined business P. near
31 December 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS

MISCELLANEOUS

ABOUT Antiques Sovereigns Old Gold record prices paid—D. &M. Davis Livery St. ACCOUNTANTS Accounts prepared incom* tax matters—Stone 177 Corporation Cen. 0705 A DVERTISER wishes to China Cabinet xX & Bureau Bookcase—ls 72 Mail ANDERSON Shelters dismantled ground mad# up £2-811 N
31 December 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FORTHCOMING MARRIAGE

FORTHCOMING MARRIAGE

BLADEN—HAZLE HURST,—The marriage between Edward Arthur, ton Mr. and Mrs. Bladen, Longville Hotel, Longville, and Winifred, daughter of Mrs. and the late Frank Hazlehurst, Dudley Arms, Cape'Hill, will take place at p.m. January 2, at Bt. Matthew's Church, Windmill Lane, omethwick
31 December 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
IN MEMORIAM

IN MEMORIAM

BLUNDELL. Loving memory Ronald, called December 31, 1957. If* lonely, dear, without you, sad the weary way, Life and home are different since you passed away. Mam and dad. BOLsVRIDCE.—CyriI, died December 31, 1944. .Never day passes without thoughts you.—Loving mother. BOLSTRIDG
31 December 1945 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England