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firm action in GREECE. TERMS OF ALLIES’ NEW DEMANDS. enemy repulsed near BRAILA. GERMANY AND HER PEACE FAILURE. TRENCH RAIDS

firm action in GREECE. TERMS OF ALLIES’ NEW DEMANDS. enemy repulsed near BRAILA. GERMANY AND HER PEACE FAILURE. TRENCH RAIDS

THE BRITISH FRONT. The New Note to Greece Great Britain, France, and Russia, tie three t«ting of Greece, have presented to ihe Greek Government the following demands Atl Greek troops, except those necessary maintain order, and artillery to be iransferred to Peloponnesus. Prohibi
January 2, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE LATEST NOTE TO GREECE. APOLOGY DEMANDED. FLAGS TO SALUTED IN ATHENS. BLOCKADE TILL ALLIES ARE SATISFIED. announced in our

THE LATEST NOTE TO GREECE. APOLOGY DEMANDED. FLAGS TO SALUTED IN ATHENS. BLOCKADE TILL ALLIES ARE SATISFIED. announced in our

late editions yesterday, the Allied Governments have presented new Note to Greece, the text of which is given follows in a message from the Piraeus. The Note is signed the Ministers France, Great Britain, and Russia, as the three protecting Powers, and was presented the Italian
January 2, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
A SERVANTS DAY OFF.

A SERVANTS DAY OFF.

SERVANTS DAY OFF. Her craving for drink led to Ada Wright (36), servant, being Charged, at Highgato yesterday, with stealing two bottles of champagne, bottle of liqueur brandy, and Lottie of wine. She was said to have told the police that she was going to have a day off, and took
January 2, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GOVERNMENT AND THE DRINK PROBLEM. DEVELOPMENTS EXPECTED IMMEDIATELY. thy result of enquiries made yesterday quarters likely to bo well informed,

GOVERNMENT AND THE DRINK PROBLEM. DEVELOPMENTS EXPECTED IMMEDIATELY. thy result of enquiries made yesterday quarters likely to bo well informed,

the Exchange Telegraph Company learns that- so far nothing definite is known regarding the rumoured intention of the Government to assume State control over the licensing trade, although the be*ic-T is expressed that in the course of the present week leading representatives of t
January 2, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Co-opebation With the Cavalry.

Co-opebation With the Cavalry.

Throughout the recent fighting aeroplane co-operation has rendered invaluable assistance to the cavalry. December 20 a column of cavalry made stroke against the enemy’s river communications ten miles up stream Kut. steamers were encountered, but a Turkish detachment guarding the
January 2, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CLAM OGILVY

CLAM OGILVY

NATAL DELAGOA BAY. AND BEIRA. CLAN MACBtm Dec. .... Jaa. NATAL DELAGOA BAY. AND MAURITIUS CLAN - .... !>«?. BOMBAY KDRRACHEL PERSIAN GULF CLAM GORDON . CLAN SlNCuAltt. Dec. .... Jao. 7 Jsu. Jau. 21 COLOMBO. MADRAS. CALCUTTA. CLAN BUCUVSAN - .... Dec. 31 •CLAN MACNKIL Jaa. .... J
December 26, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HOU3E3 AND LAND WANTED.

HOU3E3 AND LAND WANTED.

XjVJUR Oaks, Wylde Green. Streetly. or district.—Wanted, J- House, three bed -com*, bath room (h. and c.), w.c. inside-25th March earlier.—Swift, Rod Lion, Lock. House, country, within 8 mile.-. Birmingham, near e'ation; etabling, about 8 acres lend.—Address, T9O, Daily Post.
December 26, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MOSELEY HALL.

MOSELEY HALL.

At the Moseley Hall Convalescent Hospital for Children, Chxiwtmastide waa celebrated much the same manner in previous years. Yesterday morning the chikh-en. about in all, received the Christmas stockings. The usual Christmas fare was provided dinner and tea, and the afternoon wa
December 26, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PERSONAL STAFtf.

PERSONAL STAFtf.

PERSONAL To be Aide-de-camp to tne Viceroy and Gorernor- Gcneral: Lieut. J. O. C. Hasted, Durham L.1., Lieut. G. K. Molincuz, Northum. Fus. To be Aidc-de-camp to G-cnl. Sir J. E. Nixon. K.C.8., commandiing the Army: Lieut. G. B. Waiter, 31st Punjabs, vice Lieut. E. J. Nixon, R G.
December 26, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WHAT THE RUSSIANS ARE DOING. the, operations Poland, THE IMPOSSIBILITY CHRISTMAS tFrom Our Military Correspondent] Vkiuav From military uoii. which

WHAT THE RUSSIANS ARE DOING. the, operations Poland, THE IMPOSSIBILITY CHRISTMAS tFrom Our Military Correspondent] Vkiuav From military uoii. which

has been directed certain • Christian (-hurch the Power make Christmas Day ;■ day injrc 1= . ! unjustiOed. iastire the criti .v<- . may said that strictures pur- v,- j,. extremely mild. War, anyway. t, r:ita tice. contrary’ to Christian teaching . in d , worse and better because
December 26, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England