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Better Forgotten

Better Forgotten

headmaster doesn’t think we take enough interest in our ancestors. Perhaps this is because the shades of some of our ancestors are too shady. Once Enough Goebbels has pointed out to the Germans that the R.A.F. never seem to drop bombs in the same place twice when over Germany. _
25 July 1942 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ANSWER CRITICS

ANSWER CRITICS

Squeezing just a little more money out of the Government is a popular game among M.P.s, and they are to play again soon, writes a Lobby correspondent. They will ask (a) that the Exchequer shall pay for all A.R.P, and so save burdens from falling on local rates everywhere; (b) th
25 July 1942 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FOB GRADUAL REFORM.

FOB GRADUAL REFORM.

M. Clemcnocau: There roust be mistake. I am, in principle, in favour the eight hours day. But would you assume the responsibility the chaos that would result from the immediate application of the reform? The Minister said was a partisan of the income tax measure in 1885. when M.
20 June 1906 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE DIVISION

THE DIVISION

Reuter telegraphs: Paris, Wednesday.—The official figures for the division in the Chamber last night, the motion that M. Clemencrau’s speech be posted up throughout the country, are—For motion, 353; against, 79. The minority included 50 members of United Socialist party, one Ind
20 June 1906 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE RUSSIAN CRISIS.

THE RUSSIAN CRISIS.

The Speaker took the chair 2.52. Mr. Bryoe informed Mr. T. O’Donnell that the Irish Intermediate Board found it impossible to carry into effect this year the decision of the House regarding the placing of the teaching of Irish on equality with that French and Gorman, bat that wo
20 June 1906 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
VISIT OF GERBIAN EDITORS. ARRIVAL AT SOUTHAMPTON.

VISIT OF GERBIAN EDITORS. ARRIVAL AT SOUTHAMPTON.

The German editors who arc visiting this country arrived Southampton this morning on the Kronprinz Wilhelm. A Urge company bad assembled to greet the visitors, including the Mayor and Corporation Southampton in their official robes, the German Consul, and a representative commit
20 June 1906 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Counting the Days

Counting the Days

The absolute end, now and for all time to come, of the sale of The International Library will take place on the 9th July, 1906. On that day the biggest book bargain and the biggest book sale in the entire history of books will close in the very height of its success. It will be
20 June 1906 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
A BOER LEADERS OPINION.

A BOER LEADERS OPINION.

At the demobilisation of north country reoerves Dundee, Chief Leader Uys expressed the opinion that the trouble was not end, and declared that as they were Dutch and English in one under one flag, they should stand together one Timn,
20 June 1906 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Huntley & Palmers “Reading Crackers” The newest Excellent, light, flaky form of biscuits; not sweet Crpnm Try them with butter

Huntley & Palmers “Reading Crackers” The newest Excellent, light, flaky form of biscuits; not sweet Crpnm Try them with butter

i « j or cheese or alone, and Crackers. y OU w iU be delighted. But be sure that you ask for and always tget the genuine new “Reading Crackers.” Made only by Huntley & Palmers, Ltd., Biscuit Manufacturers, Reading and London. By appointment to His Majesty the King.
20 June 1906 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE AMATEURS.

THE AMATEURS.

The second poiat about amateur championship is the fine show made by Mr. John Graham, jun., and Mr. R- Maxwell. have beard many professors the game say that the is unable to play tbo strenuous golf of a big medal round, and that whereas is formidable opponent in match, ho is une
20 June 1906 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England