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FATEFUL PHASE OF PRAYER BOOK CRISIS

FATEFUL PHASE OF PRAYER BOOK CRISIS

Clashing Views in Church Assembly Debate. "GLIB TALK OF DISESTABLISHMENT" -THE PRIMATE. A NEW and fateful phase of the Prayer Book crisis began yesterday, when the three Houses of the Church Assembly— Bishops, Clergy, and Laity—met at Church House, Westminster, London, to consid
February 7, 1928 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MOTOR-CYCLISTS. Part Year Licences. It present ft is not possible for a motor nrclist to take out a ;art year

MOTOR-CYCLISTS. Part Year Licences. It present ft is not possible for a motor nrclist to take out a ;art year

licencethat is to asy a licence for any number of months varying from four to eleven, and expiring on 31 December. This is to be altered as the result of representations made to the Minister of Transport by the British Cycle and Motor-cycle and Manufacturers' and Traders' Union,
February 7, 1928 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MR. E's TOUR TO-DAY.

MR. E's TOUR TO-DAY.

February 7, 1928 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
75-STOREY BUILDING.

75-STOREY BUILDING.

Nsw loss, Monday. Even the great Woolworth building will be dwarfed by a new skyscraper which is to be erected according to an announcement appearing in the " New York Herald." The building will be one of 75 storeys, making it the tallest in the world and will oommemorate the li
February 7, 1928 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
eaw ahead a vividly coloured rainbow. which formed a complete circle, through the centre of which the air liner appeared

eaw ahead a vividly coloured rainbow. which formed a complete circle, through the centre of which the air liner appeared

to fly. On arrival at Croydon he stated that thin was the first time in 13 years' continuous flying experience in all parts of the world he had seen a complete circular rainbow.
February 7, 1928 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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PARTNERSHIPS AND Avetioas.

PARTNERSHIPS AND Avetioas.

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February 7, 1928 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DEATH OF A MONIL

DEATH OF A MONIL

The death , has occurred it Bernard's Monastery near Coslville, of one of the monks, Father Augustine, whose private name was Bro. William Lane. IT. was 4 yearn of age and had been at the Monastery for many veers. Be was well known to the nubile and was a 'loonier oreerher. The
February 7, 1928 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FROM " MR. E."

FROM " MR. E."

Among the first dosen,peadere of the Itirtningbam Gaaette to 'Mom peid ten stalling Treasury notes to-day were two: who had been reading this newspaper for more than forty years-use for ferry years taree ',welt 114- and the other for forty-two years. The senior reader was a Birm
February 7, 1928 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MOTOR MISHAPS.

MOTOR MISHAPS.

AMBULANCE OVERTICRNS : CAB IN DITCH. A motor ambulance van, belonging to the Isolation Hospital, was overturned in a collision at Burton yesterday with a large lorry. The. drives of the cornier vehicle. William Hopkinton. was cony erd beck to the hospital suffering from shock an
February 7, 1928 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TO-DAY'S RE-OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. VIOLET LORAINE.

TO-DAY'S RE-OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. VIOLET LORAINE.

Come-Back in "Straight" Play. Nile Violet Loraine, the settees wife of Mr. E. It Joioey, is to return to the stage for two performances. Aar appearance will be somewhat of an experiment, as it is to be is a " straight " part, whereas it was in revue that she made her name. Miss
February 7, 1928 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England