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ATHOLL STANDS STATEMENT

ATHOLL STANDS STATEMENT

Australian Team Feted Cheering Crowds at Worcester " WE were astounded at the wonderful welcome we have received. It was simply marvellous. We ne ve r dreamed of such a reception.'' So said Mr. Bushby, manager of the Australian cricket team to a Gazrtie reporter after their arri
May 2, 1934 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SERVICE MEDALS

SERVICE MEDALS

The King, it was announced in the " London Gazette " last night, has: awarded the Imperial Service Medal to the following officers on their retirement:— Charles muck (sorting clerk and telegraphist), Birmingham; Harry Bands (sorting clerk and telegraphist), Birmingham; John Fred
May 2, 1934 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BUNGALOWS FON Ma

BUNGALOWS FON Ma

eiLEVEDONI mimosas Marine Lake).—Attraetive 4 - 0 Bungalow. S rooms, bath. kitchenette; pretty garden.-Jenkin., Porth, West End. Cievedon. iIoRsET —lliongslow. with shout am; iJ water, and EA.: 'buns palsies; law sitting main. three hedrraims. bath. kitchen; £875 Rumsey and Rums
May 2, 1934 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SOTS' TURN

SOTS' TURN

Under another trust—the Jessons Trust—two boys were awarded apprenticeship premiums of £lO each and a 14-year-old boy was awarded £5 to purchase an outfit upon his entering a trade. From the Secondary Education Fund, the trustees presented a .£26 maintenance allowance for a year
May 2, 1934 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SEE

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May 2, 1934 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ATRF. ROTA r NlDlead 2340. IRMINOJ .T 7.30. MATS. THUM& 3.30. ROMANTIC MUSICAL PLAT. HZ DITNAIST." ammo and Corps do

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Ballot. r MITI MONDAY NM! I Appestese• el OWEN TIMANOCON•DAVI OF BORDEAUX. Sex O% Om 10.0 to 10.0. OF WALES THEATRE. ►r 1.30. MATINEE THOM. AT P. .LLY MERSON WALLACE'S Comedy Crook Play. "THE LAD." •A Musical Farce, "Almost Married.' light of the Garter" tTwice Nightly). Open 10
May 2, 1934 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
•OOTTISN REGIONAL (min.).

•OOTTISN REGIONAL (min.).

ILlL—Service. (11.0).—Tim11, National. 11.1641.116.—National. North Regional. London Regional. (14.ii.V.—Scliools: Reading Test. LIMAS (14.11.14.3 m.— Scottish History: Modern Scotland in the Making by Henry Hamilton: I.esson 2: Employers and Ent)loyed. !Magi Science, Course 2:
May 2, 1934 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DESIGNING AN IDEAL e

DESIGNING AN IDEAL e

DESIGNING AN IDEAL dland Company's ' Invitation Camouflage to Hide Secrets By a Meter Corresponded THE British manufacturer has many critics in his own land. One of the charges most commonly levelled against him has concerned his alleged unbending attitude towards public demand.
May 2, 1934 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FOR NEW AND SDCOND-RAND

FOR NEW AND SDCOND-RAND

OFFICE DS, ROLL Tor DEMO. O. TABLES, BOARD ROOM TABLES, ooicAsies, /TICE HAIRS, 45 EVIRT /Oa TES Wl= HOUSE, HOTEL, OR °MC& MYER ESTARLISHME 1 7'o 5. HILL STREET forming ENNIS TUMID be mil PV/114C me WT CANN TRADN ONLY. TLIUSTRAnD FURNIARING CATALOOIII 0111Da. *my bow rem* • 10 0
January 28, 1903 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SITUATIONS VACANT.

SITUATIONS VACANT.

LL Seeking EMPLOYMENT aaer Weems seed adOresoed enwraps to owe Marrow sad nacho. West Bust, Lootlea IF C Wadted 10oad 'dud). —Waddle ud Munk.% ...Luse SAARR MAIDS. 108. P 1111 . . for P PAILIAIIIIIII4IIIB. 11.11111 MP. cinuainuroea rm. WANTED. TOM. Purr. VOl,llll 4 I •.1 I am ob
January 28, 1903 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England