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SOFT SOLDERS. ANY SPECIFICATION. JONES & CO. (1928) LTD., • BIRMINGHAM 12. Midland 0916,

SOFT SOLDERS. ANY SPECIFICATION. JONES & CO. (1928) LTD., • BIRMINGHAM 12. Midland 0916,

August 12, 1943 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
JOHN Q ASHMORE J^TU-

JOHN Q ASHMORE J^TU-

JOHN Q ASHMORE - Pearn Rif-hard? No. 4 Horizontal Motor Driven BORING & FACING MACHINE, 69in. x 36in. main table, turn table Herbert No. 4 All Geared Head CAPSTAN LATHE, arranged for chuck work^ Niles 55in. Motor Driven All Reared Vertical BORING & TURNING MILL, 50in. dia.. table
August 12, 1943 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HOME SERVICE

HOME SERVICE

THE (203.5, 391.1, 449.1 and 48.54 metres) 7.0 a.m. Time and news. 7.15: Gramophone. 7.30: Physical exercises. 7.55: ,4 Lift Tp Your Hearts!” 8.0: Time and news. 8.15: “The Kitchen Front.” 8.20: Gramophone. 9.0; HaroJd Collins Orchestra. 9.30: Olive Groves (soprano) and Robin Ri
July 7, 1943 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BRITISH FUNDS

BRITISH FUNDS

Consols 212%. SObs + Ls; 4%. 8 -t- Ig; Conversion Ln. 2%, IOOUig ; 212%. + Le: 3%. 2 %. 6 + he: 5%. + ; Funding Ln. 212%. 9558-+- Ip;: 254%. 995 8 +l 16; 3%, lOOlg + lie; 4%. 11334 + Is; Nat. Defence Bds. 102*8 + ll 6; Nat. War Bds. 212%. 10214 + li«; Victory Bds- 4%. 114-fig; W
July 7, 1943 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
No Longer Safe

No Longer Safe

“ There was hardly a town in Germany where one felt safer and more at home than Nuremberg,” a German radio reporter said last night. “ Blit last night the town w as visited by terror raiders. The St. Lorenz Church, one of the town’s landmarks, has been destroyed.” The German New
August 12, 1943 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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PROBABLE RUNNERS

PROBABLE RUNNERS

11.45. KIRTLING PLATE (maiden, 2-y-o, of.). —Laueanne (Herbert), 20 Lord Bobs (Bcary), Hang Fire (H. WraggJ, 033 Olivo Oyl c (R. Jones), Star Lover or Crested Grebe (E. Smith), 004 Double Crown (Elliott), 00 Minskip, 4 Gorsebrook iStephenson), 00 Pembroke (F. Lane), (XX) Battte
July 7, 1943 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
£JITY OF BIRMINGHAM BRITISH RESTAURANTS. VACANCIES exist for PART - TIME CASHIERS in various British Restaurants, particularly in the Central,

£JITY OF BIRMINGHAM BRITISH RESTAURANTS. VACANCIES exist for PART - TIME CASHIERS in various British Restaurants, particularly in the Central,

Sallley, Erdington and Sparkbrook districts of the City. Applicants should have had some clerical experience. Part-time Van Drivers are also required to drive light vans for the delivery of meals. Applications, stating age and experience, should be forwarded to the undersigned a
May 28, 1943 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
The Osborne Torquay. A.A. (4 Star) A R.AC. FULLY LICENSED. Telephone Reduction to H. M Force*.

The Osborne Torquay. A.A. (4 Star) A R.AC. FULLY LICENSED. Telephone Reduction to H. M Force*.

May 28, 1943 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
“Stop the Raids”

“Stop the Raids”

The Spanish Press has lately opened campaign against air raids. In the Prime Minister’s absence, Mr. Attlee yesterday gave definite assurance that we shall not be diverted from our bombing offensive by this propaganda. Mr. Churchill himself had already rejected any such suggesti
May 28, 1943 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LIDICE—AFTER YEAR * SOME MEMORIES OF T VILLAGE FOLK (From a Correspondent) M. Masaryk, who will take in Birmingham’s tribute

LIDICE—AFTER YEAR * SOME MEMORIES OF T VILLAGE FOLK (From a Correspondent) M. Masaryk, who will take in Birmingham’s tribute

to has many memories of that destr and now famous Bohemian Seven miles away is the country residence of the dents of the Czechoslovak P j There M. Masaryk’s famous a j was permitted to live after he ceased to be President , Republic. There he died, in Sep her, 1937. After the Ge
May 28, 1943 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England