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of French "West Africa), which Dakar is the principal port, has broadcast to the population warning them that “our turn.will

of French "West Africa), which Dakar is the principal port, has broadcast to the population warning them that “our turn.will

doubtless not be long in coming.” Admiral Esteva (Resident-General of Tunis) has ordered a general black-out. The whereabouts of Admiral Darlan (Commander-in-Chief of the French Armed Forces) and General Juin (C.-in-C. French North Africa) were described by radio, quoting Vichy,
09 November 1942 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
*7ammj FRUIT DR® TmrfsusrAW!? IHE OLD’ ESTABLISHED FIRM OF £ FAULKES FURRIEB5

*7ammj FRUIT DR® TmrfsusrAW!? IHE OLD’ ESTABLISHED FIRM OF £ FAULKES FURRIEB5

*7ammj FRUIT DR® IHE OLD’ ESTABLISHED FIRM OF £ FAULKES FURRIEB TUDOR HOUSE,43to 51, ISLINGTON ROW, BROA ’Phone; MlDland 4501. finest selection FURS & FUR COATS in the Midlands, which are valuable future investment* maud Wd Sir Chart** Hyda. Bt.. 38, St. 6, Ail hOJln*** oommuaioa
09 November 1942 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ttltaV ■hO. Hir« Mlaatak dotrn Bnow SUL

ttltaV ■hO. Hir« Mlaatak dotrn Bnow SUL

ttltaV ■hO. Mlaatak dotrn SUL son Lear. a Sara, Ltd. atMt. ro» CoSSABD OoLLIXD ruffoa BABT ORAHDft PUXOB, *e. sad too* tb«* tMftMsawto orsr oar ofthsr make do* » tk* t*et mm a lMl«du» m»m tM tow. to. M*. to Man. OMlad'. on touwlw Mtor —.Hill 111-- Bto■!>■■« toil' totoito. tow too
17 February 1919 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
OVERCHARGES FOR FOOD. BIRMINGHAM SHOPKEEPERS FINED.

OVERCHARGES FOR FOOD. BIRMINGHAM SHOPKEEPERS FINED.

mrm'bci of fined the Birmia^. am Court, to-day. for for oriorw commodities of m-lnoh the price* are fixed tL« Food Frederick George Mill*. 266. Heath Bead, ■wa* fined 40s. and £1 It,, special costa o( two for for pork. For * penny more than the scheduled price for margarine, Ali
17 February 1919 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM INDUSTRIAL CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY LIMITED.

BIRMINGHAM INDUSTRIAL CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY LIMITED.

17 February 1919 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TRAGEDY OF INFLUENZA.

TRAGEDY OF INFLUENZA.

weak ago Walter Thais t3O). who had been serving with the Royal Garrison Artillery, was demobilised, and retarded to hia home Great B taken ham, Suffolk, where hit wife and six children occupied cottage. Husband and wife were taken daring the week, and Ipswich doctor who saw the
17 February 1919 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Eyo of “Tnc wnjLY "

Eyo of “Tnc wnjLY "

of " “Tin Willy/* ib« brocie of Attil* Hun, orectod »Pi®r Boxer E;»mg, wa* the fim object of peece celebratiooe et Tientem. At the first pull of rope round his seek it era*bod, and the headless body was dragged through the street® by Allied mtuonals until eventually disappeared m
17 February 1919 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MONDAY. FEBRUARY 17. lgl&.

MONDAY. FEBRUARY 17. lgl&.

TOWN POLLS. SOME REFLECTIONS ON BIRMINGHAM’S RECENT EXAMPLE- SPACE FOI. LATEST NEWS. MIXERS VOTE.* n.e Kxucutivo thf* Conferenoe finding, j urged the members to vote for strike.
17 February 1919 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PATH U S GAZETTE.

PATH U S GAZETTE.

PATH U GAZETTE. .'TON HIPPODROME.-Twice Nightly.6.3o 8.30. J V. Ti• Geo ProdmctiCM "MIRTH AND Now American Musical Bnrl ROYAL WINDSORS TOOTS HANLON. T-.V P-rry Rarr oar Marti-ueau Street, Id. fara. Bj-. O.Tk«i till 3. Prioc-s a* usual. 'Phone 815 East Gaiety theatre, coleshill st
28 May 1918 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England