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LEICESTERSHIRE SECRETARY

LEICESTERSHIRE SECRETARY

CAPT. J. E. M. SKINNER TO SUCCEED LIEUT.-COMMANDER WEBB From 270 applicants for the post of secretary to the Leicestershire County Club, Captain J. E. M. Skinner, of Winchester, has been chosen. Captain Skinner was educated at Wellington College. Berkshire, and was with the King
March 21, 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
KIDDERMINSTER AFFAIRS

KIDDERMINSTER AFFAIRS

BIRMINGHAM LEAGUE CLUB’S PROFIT The statement of accounts, presented at last night’s annual meeting of Kidderminster Cricket Club, revealed profit of £22 ss. od. on the season. The honorary secretary (Mr. A. W. Gethin) stated the club opened the season with an overdraft of and w
March 21, 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GOLF

GOLF

March 21, 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WARWICKSHIRE

WARWICKSHIRE

After meeting at Tadmarton House the V\ arwiekshire Hounds found in the Highlands and ran out towards Bloxham village. Turning hack, they killed their fox close to the starting point. Finding again in Mr. Mould’s gorse, hounds ran nicely across to Wroxton. Then swinging back, th
March 21, 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BROCKLESBY STAKES

BROCKLESBY STAKES

SUNNY HOUR WELL FANCIED
March 21, 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LOWER PRICES DISCOURAGE SELLERS

LOWER PRICES DISCOURAGE SELLERS

BIRMINGHAM COMPANY’S
March 21, 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PARIS BOURSE

PARIS BOURSE

PARQUET, Account Price*— 3% Perpetual Rentes 4% Rentes, 1917 4% Rentes. 1918 5% Rentes, 1920 4% Rentes, 1925 Rentes, 1932 A 4i% Rentes, 1932 B 41% Rentes, 1937 Bauque de France Banque de Paris Comptoir National d’Escompte .... Credit Foncier de France Credit Lyonnais Societe Gen
March 21, 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Internationals Rally

Internationals Rally

Tobaccos, although above the worst, were substantially lower. Gallahers lost at and Imperials and British-Americans gave way to 6 15-32 and 4% respectively. Trans-Atlantic issues rallied in the afternoon on firmer opening Wall Street advices. U.S. Steels were finally down at 59%
March 21, 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Rubbers and Oils Close Above Worst Points

Rubbers and Oils Close Above Worst Points

Rubber shares were severely marked down, and business was almost standstill. Anglo- Dutch closed Is. 9d. lower at 235. 6d., Rubber Trusts lost Is. 9d. at 265. 9d., and Malayalams dropped to 275. 3d. Allied Sumatras were quoted Is. l%d. lower at 14s. 3d., and United Sua Belongs f
March 21, 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
New York Central, 1710 s,* lejafcfc T7i 4 2 4 17 » 8 171 2 3. -.2 lsi Pennsylvania, 20

New York Central, 1710 s,* lejafcfc T7i 4 2 4 17 » 8 171 2 3. -.2 lsi Pennsylvania, 20

20fck 4 3 4 i 8 3 Sthn. Pacific, ISSg 1, Southern 5% Prefd.: 8 c Union Pacific, 105k
March 21, 1939 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England