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F WINTER O

F WINTER O

from thirty-two to thirty-five degrees. Asked about the ‘‘further outlook,” Bidston was not encouraging. There are no signs of any improvement in conditions and the wind is almost negligible.” Later in the day Flying Control at Speke Airport were more sanguine. There were signs,
December 31, 1945 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Trains Running Late

Trains Running Late

A L.M.S. railway official at Lime Street Station was also unperturbed. often get foggy conditions at night time,” he said, there is nothing unusual about to-day." Trains were, however, running late, and the incoming afternoon London train was over three hours late. Delays may al
December 31, 1945 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Sc Dumb-bells ? No . . . They are rollers which support the conveyor band carrying the shells from the

Sc Dumb-bells ? No . . . They are rollers which support the conveyor band carrying the shells from the

ammunition store to the gun position on all types of aircraft armed with cannon. And the ideal material for such things ? ... Of course Bakehte Laminated.
December 31, 1945 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
PALACE ICE RINK xei- no. q NIGHTLY at 7 p m. A Ballet on Skates, ICE PARADE.” Skating alter the

PALACE ICE RINK xei- no. q NIGHTLY at 7 p m. A Ballet on Skates, ICE PARADE.” Skating alter the

show usual. Popular prices. Reserved Seats.
December 31, 1945 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WAR SAYINGS TOTAL £10.814,000,000 To Dale

WAR SAYINGS TOTAL £10.814,000,000 To Dale

December 31, 1945 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Coal Nationalisation Bill

Coal Nationalisation Bill

The introduction of the , with its implication of " fair compensation,” brought a w ave of buying of Home Rails the view that similar treatment will be accorded their case. While there was some marking of colliery shares for the same reason, and also on the assumption that high
December 31, 1945 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SITUATIONS WANTED

SITUATIONS WANTED

ttoUSEKBEPER, good cook, well-recom- mended, re-engagement. 1-2 gentlemen.— Reliance Agency. Coopers Building. 941 EX-OFFICER, age 32. seeks post Industrial or institutional catering. 10 years’ experience pre-war and also during Army service; free to start immediately.—C 140 Dai
December 31, 1945 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
APARTMENTS TO LET

APARTMENTS TO LET

BED-SITTING ROOM; business lady; no linen; Prince's Avenue.—C 150 Daily Post. 31d BOARD-RESIDENCE; Private Hotel.—24 Prince’s Avenue. Lark Lane 1567. 1)940 TADY only, unfurnished G.P. front slttlng- room, and 2nd floor front bedrm., share kitchenette with owner; constant hot wat
December 31, 1945 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MACHINERY

MACHINERY

MARSH LYONS & CO- (Established 1888). Auctioneers and Valuers, Specialists ‘n the Sale and Valuation of Plant and Machinery.— 19 Dale Stieet. Liverpool. Tel. Central 8812. d 65071 BUILDING TRADE
December 31, 1945 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WORST FOG

WORST FOG

MERSEYSIDE was enveloped in a “pea-souper” yesterday. From early morning till late at night heavy patches of fog played havoc with communications and made motoring a perilous adventure in a silent world of mist. Trains were running late, although this was attributed to the rush
December 31, 1945 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England