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CONSULT THE CASTROL INDEX AT YOUR GARAGE

CONSULT THE CASTROL INDEX AT YOUR GARAGE

C. C. WAKEFIELD & CO LTD. All • British firm, Wakefield House, Cheapside, London, E.C.2 It's the OWNING they’re WILLS’S lO /’o/i 20 2W \ Cork-tipped W. D. 4H. O. WILLS, BRANCH OF THE IMPERIAL TOBACCO CO. (OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND). LTD. E.M.11.A of a home that eoumts
June 30, 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Found Stabbed

Found Stabbed

The chase is now on. It leads first of all to the flat of a journalistic colleague, who is found stabbed, in the middle of wtiting a statement on Government policy. (Note the progressive policy of the Gazette.” It actually finds roormfor a line or two on the international situat
June 30, 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM

BIRMINGHAM

Telephone: Midland 6294 fORTY-ONE BRANCHES ALL OVER ENGLAND
June 30, 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GREYHOUND RACING

GREYHOUND RACING

TO-NIGHT’S MEETINGS AT BIRMINGHAM TRACKS HALL GREEN (Under N.G.R.C. Rules) FIRST RACE (7.45 p.m.) (500yds).—Gorton Roughneck, Ramp, Sam, Go Slow, Matter Sinus. Selection; SLOW SECOND RACE (500yds) .—Melksham Osprey, Gay Ramble, Red Warrior DriTer, Sylvan* Double, Glenmere, Selec
June 30, 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
YORKSHIRE BEATEN

YORKSHIRE BEATEN

GLOUCESTER’S DOUBLE OVER CHAMPIONS FAST SCORING BY B. O. ALLEN Gloucestershire defeated Yorkshire for the second time this season by seven wickets at Bristol to-day. As a result of this defeat Middlesex move to the head of the championship table with an average of 9.33, Yorkshir
June 30, 1939 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CHIEF OFFICE

CHIEF OFFICE

16. PRESCOT STREET. LIVERPOOL. THE LARGEST AND WEALTHIEST INSTITUTION OP ITS KIND THE WORLD. ACCUMULATED THREE QUARTERS OF MILLION. THIS SOCIETY HAS PAID UPWARDS TWO MILLIONS CLAIMS AND GRANTS. AND HAS DIVIDED NEARLY ONE MILLION AMONG ITS MCMLERS IN DON USES. - y-°* eccrci?t»c W
August 17, 1883 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WAKTUD CLASS _of VEETISEMENTS. Small Adrertisements of Premises or Apartments Wanted Let. uccasloual Hales rpocttic articles Prirate OoulmcC tioas Wanted

WAKTUD CLASS _of VEETISEMENTS. Small Adrertisements of Premises or Apartments Wanted Let. uccasloual Hales rpocttic articles Prirate OoulmcC tioas Wanted

or Vacant. Miscellaneous Articles Imsl oi Found (to the exclusion all Trade Inserted In the Hail at the fallowing nut rain rale*-- Once Two JJne* (la words) .. M- Tour Lines 2 words) .. Is Three Insertions .. ..Is. . , •• **. ReouUances may made In postage stamps or postal order
August 17, 1883 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
KAILWAY ACCIDENT IN BELGIUM.

KAILWAY ACCIDENT IN BELGIUM.

SEVERAL LIVES LOST. A Standard telegram from Berlin, last night, say*: A railway accident ui reported have happened morning to the Paris and Amtterdam E«pre», when a colluion took place between Malinee and Vilvorde, in Belgium. Many the were killed, but the exact number of casua
August 17, 1883 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SECOND EDITION. Dailt Min. O/nci, 5 p.m. LATEST telegrams.

SECOND EDITION. Dailt Min. O/nci, 5 p.m. LATEST telegrams.

August 17, 1883 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ANOTHER DEATH FROM HYDROPHOBIA.

ANOTHER DEATH FROM HYDROPHOBIA.

Manchester, Friday. A boy named Isaac Sunderland, who lived at Openshaw, near Manchester, died yesterday from hydrophobia. MORE “FORTUNE TELLING” IN THE BLACK COUNTRY. ■Wolverhampton, Friday. tlie Police Court, to day, Harriet and Sarah Smith, were charged with pretending tell f
August 17, 1883 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England