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LIVERPOOL POST TUESDAY NOVEMBER 21 1950 FINANCE AND -COMMERCE- STREET AND TAXES OUR CITY EDITOR T"l weeks The suffered beginning

LIVERPOOL POST TUESDAY NOVEMBER 21 1950 FINANCE AND -COMMERCE- STREET AND TAXES OUR CITY EDITOR T"l weeks The suffered beginning

period have made good Recent sessions have been brighter the rapture of is still lacking One perhaps 'hft is over the size of !'“ ' bill American industry will have ' 71 ’ foot Snyder ' week-end put Be -'rave Draconian excess profits i tax Companies would be allowed Deb J choose
November 21, 1950 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL DAILY POST FRIDAY OCTOBER 20 1950 OTHER CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS CONTINUED FROMPACE TWO PREMISES AND OFFICES WANTED ANTED PREMISES weelts

LIVERPOOL DAILY POST FRIDAY OCTOBER 20 1950 OTHER CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS CONTINUED FROMPACE TWO PREMISES AND OFFICES WANTED ANTED PREMISES weelts

time suitable Wholesale Boot exporters: miles radius Pier Head not on main thoroughfare: medium to large floor considered paid— Phone An field 5354 or House Erskine Street Liverpool 6 ’IV OFFICES with or building or purchase— 84 Daily Post ANTED accommodation Writmg (no machiner
October 20, 1950 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Commons debate on coal situation Mr Attlee’s Questions in the Commons BIG DRIVE NEXT YEAR TO GET MORE MINERS rpiIE

Commons debate on coal situation Mr Attlee’s Questions in the Commons BIG DRIVE NEXT YEAR TO GET MORE MINERS rpiIE

official Opposition motion statement Continued from Page One increase of output The answer was we must get more coal we must coal this winter Absenteeism There had been a lot of loose talk Introduced to the House Commons night by Mr R S HUDSON (Southport C It said: "That this Ho
December 13, 1950 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL DAILY POST THURSDAY OCTOBER 26 1950 A MERSEYSIDE I Dual aim of defence says Eden PRICE PROTEST Z Premier

LIVERPOOL DAILY POST THURSDAY OCTOBER 26 1950 A MERSEYSIDE I Dual aim of defence says Eden PRICE PROTEST Z Premier

PREVENT WORLD WAR RESIST AGGRESSION RESOLUTION from the ANTHONY EDEN said in London last night that the policy Crosbv Borough Chamber of the free world must have the dual object of preventing a third world war and resisting Soviet expansionism by all means short of war At a Pres
October 26, 1950 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL DAILY POST TUESDAY NOVEMBER 28 FINANCE AND -COMMERCE- AND Stock Exchange Quotations ACCOUNT STARTED NOVEMBER 15 ENDS TO-DAY LIVERPOOL

LIVERPOOL DAILY POST TUESDAY NOVEMBER 28 FINANCE AND -COMMERCE- AND Stock Exchange Quotations ACCOUNT STARTED NOVEMBER 15 ENDS TO-DAY LIVERPOOL

OUR CITY EDITOR the evidence at hand accounts riis-fr a sharp and widespread ne LONDON Monday With the situation in Korea having taken a turn the worse markets opened the week rather dull conditions The the account ends was of course a deterrent new business Absence of and a tri
November 28, 1950 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL DAILY POST THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2 1950 FINANCE AND I— commerce-FERTILISER PROFITS BY OUR CITY EDITOR THE preliminary accounts of

LIVERPOOL DAILY POST THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2 1950 FINANCE AND I— commerce-FERTILISER PROFITS BY OUR CITY EDITOR THE preliminary accounts of

Fisons Ltd for the year ended June 30 show a considerable improvement in trading profits which according to directors was largely due to a further increase fertiliser sales in country Group net trading profits before tax amounted to £1168732 compared with £674667 in the previous
November 2, 1950 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
4 LIVERPOOL DAILY POST THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2 1950 ENTERTAINMENTS JgMPIRE JHEATRE Good 6110 - TWICE 835 QHARLIE HESTER Radio Crazy

4 LIVERPOOL DAILY POST THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2 1950 ENTERTAINMENTS JgMPIRE JHEATRE Good 6110 - TWICE 835 QHARLIE HESTER Radio Crazy

gTANDm EASY FRED FERRARI KEN MORRIS LIN MARTEN IVANKO dr 12 John Girls Stalls: 6 2-6 Circle: 36 26 16 9fl Week: 620 835 A Star HILDA FENEMORE NO IN THE STREET Willis ADULTS Dec 21st OVAL ( foURT THEATRE" Thea're Xvenings 7 Wed & Sat 2- ROSAMUND JOHN MACKAY CRAWFORD A GUARDSMAN S
November 2, 1950 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL DAILY POST THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2 1950 FIRMS TO SHED SOME POWER Agreed reduction TO avoid the possibility of a

LIVERPOOL DAILY POST THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2 1950 FIRMS TO SHED SOME POWER Agreed reduction TO avoid the possibility of a

complete cutting of electricity supply industrial and commercial electricity consumers the Merseyside and North Wales area whose maximum demand is 20 kilowatts or over have agreed to make a 15 per cent reduction in their load between am and 930 am and 4 and 530 pm each week-da t
November 2, 1950 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL DAILY POST TUESDAY OCTOBER 31 1950 WE COVER THE WATERFRONT any of the hundred odd berths round Southampton docks

LIVERPOOL DAILY POST TUESDAY OCTOBER 31 1950 WE COVER THE WATERFRONT any of the hundred odd berths round Southampton docks

there is a British Road Services office on the quay Yet the whole port is served by one office an office on wheels It moves wherever it’s needed getting perishable cargoes loaded and away the minute hatches are off This mobile office was once a furniture van before British Road
October 31, 1950 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DEATH OF FORMER LIVERPOOL BISHOP Dr ALBERT AUGUSTUS DAVID who was Bishop oNLiverpool 1923 to 1944 died Christmas Eve at

DEATH OF FORMER LIVERPOOL BISHOP Dr ALBERT AUGUSTUS DAVID who was Bishop oNLiverpool 1923 to 1944 died Christmas Eve at

his home Newton House Sturminster Newton Dorset where he was living in retirement He was eighty-three years age David’s last appearance Liverpool was in March last year when he was present at the Cathedral the visit of Princess Elizabeth and Duke of Edinburgh In December 1949 an
December 27, 1950 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England