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SALE OF STEEL SCRAP.

SALE OF STEEL SCRAP.

The Minister of Munitions has made an Order including steel scrap sold with guaranteed analysis in the list of war material to which Regulation *|A) of the Defence of the Realm ’Consolidation) Regulations applies. The maximum prices are fixed as follows:- Heavy steel melting scr
January 3, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LEYLAND LINER WRECKED. BROKEN IN TWO AND CARGO THE SEA. The liner Xestorian wont ashore lat<* Monday night in a

LEYLAND LINER WRECKED. BROKEN IN TWO AND CARGO THE SEA. The liner Xestorian wont ashore lat<* Monday night in a

thick fog and in severe wea’her Her crew, according Lloyds telegram, been saved a sloop. One man is reported The ship has broken in two, and ;s total v. n- k., the cargo floating about on the sea. Mr. 1, Wood, first oflßcer; Mr. J. K. Morgan. »x»n«{ officer; Mr. Sealey, junior w
January 3, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Garner Lorries 25 Cwr. 3 & 6 Ton Now 2 & To* Four Weeks HENRY GARNERm* MOSELEY * HILL STREET.

Garner Lorries 25 Cwr. 3 & 6 Ton Now 2 & To* Four Weeks HENRY GARNERm* MOSELEY * HILL STREET.

January 3, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE MIDLAND HOME OF PANTOMIME

THE MIDLAND HOME OF PANTOMIME

EVENING AT 7. MATINEES DAILY 2. EVERY EVENING AT 7. MATINEES DAILY VERY EVENING AT 7. MATINEES DAILY 2. A SUCCESS. A TRIUMPH. A RECORD. THE GREAT PANTOMIME. “Babes the Wood," Munificent Prod act ion which has S Tl 1 beityj fine Alex Pantomime and the beak Tho Oaato inclndes: MYR
January 2, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
London. ~ Hotel York LERNERS STREET, OXFORD STREET, W, WEST END SHOPPING AND THEATRE CENTRE. CLOSE TO TUBE BED. BATH.

London. ~ Hotel York LERNERS STREET, OXFORD STREET, W, WEST END SHOPPING AND THEATRE CENTRE. CLOSE TO TUBE BED. BATH.

BREAKFAST ATTENDANCE, 6/6 inclusive. Teltgrems: Esmero, Ox, London.
January 2, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GROCEIBY: taking £55 weekly: only £150; good house; manager enlisted. Gray, Walker, Auctioneers. 1, Bennett s Hill. QTEAM Laundry, modern

GROCEIBY: taking £55 weekly: only £150; good house; manager enlisted. Gray, Walker, Auctioneers. 1, Bennett s Hill. QTEAM Laundry, modern

plant; £1.000; returns £3,000 yearly; war compels sale.—Gray and Walker, 1, Bemnett’s
January 2, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
and Scrap run into ingots stripe, lo tone Weekly Wanted.—Address, K 73, Daily Post. QWEDEB for Sale, price 3.5s per

and Scrap run into ingots stripe, lo tone Weekly Wanted.—Address, K 73, Daily Post. QWEDEB for Sale, price 3.5s per

ton fo.r. Codsall Station, O G.VV Riy., in 6-ton truck loads. Cash with order.—Oarr, Aldersley Pann, TettenhaU. Li«ht Work for Hare© and Float.-Addrees, H 112, tteily Post. WANTED, a Dentist's advertiser will purchase other useful articles lor use in work room.—Address, s’at i n
January 2, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
£3O ix Wages.

£3O ix Wages.

£3O Wages. Tliis man h-as had equal to nine weeks' holiday, and lost nearly .£3O in wages during twelve months,” said a firm's represemative in respect a man c.urge-1 with losing time. The specific charge was of losing seven quarters December. He was called upon suffer further lo
January 2, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NEW IT ON. CHAPLAIN TO THE KING

NEW IT ON. CHAPLAIN TO THE KING

NEW ON. CHAPLAIN THE KING The appointment of Hon. Chaplain to his Ms/stv. vacated by the Rev. Canon Lord Willirm Cecil, on his consecration the See Exeter. Vas been offered to the Rev. Neville loveti, rector of St. Mary’s Parish Church and Rural Dean of Southampton. Mr. Lovett ha
January 2, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MORGAN RUNABOUTS. knows Morgan Ransboat. -bUfa «*6uc.« «onr.«cny oT « mouw-rvclp «<«h Ifa* oainfcrt cwr. We bnocved >n grUinc deli

MORGAN RUNABOUTS. knows Morgan Ransboat. -bUfa «*6uc.« «onr.«cny oT « mouw-rvclp «<«h Ifa* oainfcrt cwr. We bnocved >n grUinc deli

Tory one these for a prof«Monal ■nmrwre moo ensa«ed upon work nM,)ur.ai tataartwaco. ttare s.to secured, «rfona-Te Mcexin oonaiertjon. come eoM nwvnd- 1914. 1915. 1916. in trr.m £BO £l2O ace, oond.uo£. and i. COLMORE DEPOT, 49, John Bright Street’ Birmingham. T«phoao Mid. ZfQ.
January 2, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England