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HOUSEWIVES' GUIDE

HOUSEWIVES' GUIDE

Owing , to coastal gales, fish prices in Birmingham this week are slightly higher than usual , and fish may be rather scarce in the coining week. Halibut has risen to ss. per lb. hake to 45.. cod cuts to 2s. 2d. and Dover soles to 4s. Plaice is still 4s. 6d. per lb. filleted. bu
January 7, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PIatAPORTH. Corn us IL Modern. f our- N artb, two- roomed C &ravens to Let. tufty equipped except linen interior-sprung

PIatAPORTH. Corn us IL Modern. f our- N artb, two- roomed C &ravens to Let. tufty equipped except linen interior-sprung

ma Wessel. Sas cooking and lighting. dusts mu.. near shoos, sloelous sandy beach, surf riding. cb ddresi sad does welcomed. moderate terrna.—Horne. tereens. Wails. St. Agnes. Cornwall
January 7, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HORSES, DOGS, LIVESTOCK, •e.

HORSES, DOGS, LIVESTOCK, •e.

January 7, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
APARTMENTS

APARTMENTS

ATTRACTIVE Bed Sitting-room, unfurnished, Edgbaston, suitable business lady only.- 319. Post . BED Sitting-room, Kit-contained, board Klt. business gent. convenient city .—D 34. Post. OUR-BERTH Caravan on separate Site. near Clent. to Let for four-Eve months. 12 per week —II 61,
January 7, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
• AIR SERVICE TRAINING • HIGH DUTY ALLOYS • TEMPLEWOOD

• AIR SERVICE TRAINING • HIGH DUTY ALLOYS • TEMPLEWOOD

January 7, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WEATHER

WEATHER

(Overnight Forecast) Midlands. Moderate northerly winds: occasional *bowers of sleet or snow with hail in places, some bright Intervals; cold with frost at first. Further Outlook.—Similar. Edgba.;ton Readings Barometer• Thermometer 9 •.m. 29.497 Max.. 96deg, 39.473 Rainfall .095
January 7, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Letters and Poems Sent to Foxhunter Foxhunter, the famous horse, receives mail and even has poems addressed to him, his

Letters and Poems Sent to Foxhunter Foxhunter, the famous horse, receives mail and even has poems addressed to him, his

owner, Lt.-Col. Harry Llewellyn, the international horseman, revealed yesterday when he delivered at the Royal Society of Arts head-• quarters in the Adelphl one of Dr. Mann's juvenile lectures. At least two-thirds of Col. Liewellyn's audience were children. Apologising for the
January 7, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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January 7, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CITY

CITY

City Edition Th e Daimler t airrit er C distributors i t str t ihbutor. LY, JANUARY 7, 1954 TWOPENCE P. J. EVANS LTD. 7.4.
January 7, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Jewellery Trade's

Jewellery Trade's

Labour Problem The already serious labour problem in the jewellery trade may become calamitous if the retailer does not co-operate with the maker by spreading his ordering more evenly throughout the year. the leading article in The British Jeweller states. " There are plenty of
January 7, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England