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Mr. W. Ridgway

Mr. W. Ridgway

Mr. William Ridgway. formerly Rugby. whose death occurred at Christmas as the result of a road accident. wa.s an Old Laurentian. A Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. he was oractising in London on his own account. He fought four Parliamentaryelections as a L
December 29, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Ist. EDITION

Ist. EDITION

December 29, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LONDON CLOSING PRICES

LONDON CLOSING PRICES

Last Day for Current Account January 4. Settlement January 11. Stock markets reopened yesterday in Industrials, and a sizeable list of after the Christmas holiday with an gains was recorded. Steels. Cotton. unusually full attendance and also an Textiles, Stores and Miscellaneous
December 29, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Gentleman of the Road It's his road, all his, from sunset to sunrise. But in the morning, the ring of

Gentleman of the Road It's his road, all his, from sunset to sunrise. But in the morning, the ring of

picks and hammers and the rattle of drills rend the air. Wards are building another road. Thos. W. Ward Ltd. are particularly well equipped for roadmaking and repair contracts. Apart from having a fully skilled subsidiary company entirely devoted to road works, other divisions o
December 29, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Rugby Results

Rugby Results

Bedford 3. Penarth 12, Bristol 9. Old Merchant Taylors 6. Cardiff S. Noisome. o. Gloucester 3. Universities' Athletic Union Is. Leicester 11, Barharians 22: Newport 9. Ebbw Vale x. Northampton 16 Metropolitan Police 0, Swansea 6. London Welsh 6. Moseley 29, Schools and Universit
December 29, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Pleasant Journey

Pleasant Journey

Eau de Cologne and pine perfumes will be sprayed on Paris underground railway stations to-day. Travellers are being asked to report which they prefer. Officials will then decide which mixture of perfume and disinfectant to spray regularly at stations. Judges Threaten Strike Judg
December 29, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HOCKEY NOTES

HOCKEY NOTES

Men's Divisional Game for Edgbaston By Our Own Correspondent THE major event in the Midlands this season is the divisional match between South and the Midlands, which will take place at the Warwickshire County Cricket Ground at Edgbaston on January 29. So far as I am aware this
December 29, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
1 HIRD 1464.0.1

1 HIRD 1464.0.1

S. 0. Concert by Scottish Orchestra. is. 7. 0 the Sestet View (rort on the Soviet point of view) 7. 30 Madrigals (CS brides University Madrirl society, 0. (Architecture humanised by M Rtchardst Clement) (Sonata In B mow Op. 40 No 2. records) 0.40 Madame IleChssOps (Prowl 'Z'Onst
December 29, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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A N old theatre in Abbey Street known as " The Mechanics " was acquired, together with an adjoining building. There was opposition from vested interests, but the project went forward and the Abbey Theatre opened its doors for the first time on Saturday, December 27. 1904. The st
December 29, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Financial RENEWED CONFIDENCE IN Notes THE INDUSTRIAL MARKET

Financial RENEWED CONFIDENCE IN Notes THE INDUSTRIAL MARKET

From Our City Editor 88. FLUT &nut E.C. 4, Tuesday QTOCK markets to-day showed signs of schizophrenia. Despite the 0 dullness of Gilt-edged, despite the still strong possibility of a strike on the railways. the industrial market recovered its confidence. (True, business was quie
December 29, 1954 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England