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MEDICAL.

MEDICAL.

October 28, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DOMESTIC) SEE7AST3 WANTED.

DOMESTIC) SEE7AST3 WANTED.

i'NOOK-GENEBAL (ezperienoed) Wan-ted; £22: good refer- required; tfireo maid*. —Mrs. Sacvants• Domestic Registry, 183 Stratford Ed. /’OOK-GENERAL, well rcoommanded; long nslssimee; small family.— evenings, Mrs. Eatcutt, 51, Bvauiort Ed., APAiTMENTS. ACCOMMODATION board-realdenoo
October 28, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HOUSING CONDITIONS.

HOUSING CONDITIONS.

When the Lord Mayor took the chair the Council proceeded immediately to the consideration of the report of the Special Housing Enquiry Committee. Mr. Neville Chamberlain, who presented the report, said he proposed to begin by asking the Council give general approval the main pri
October 28, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
The South African Rebellion.

The South African Rebellion.

The problems confronting the Government of Soath Africa appear to be more difficult than have supposed. The revolt of the traitor MariU is, one hopes, practically an end. After short but sharp encounter with the forces under the command of Colonel Brits, this misguided ally the
October 28, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MORE REBELS SURRENDER.

MORE REBELS SURRENDER.

GERMANS PREPARING FOR INVASION IN FORCE. Capetown, October 27. It is announced here that more of Maritz’s rebels, including five officers, surrendered yesterday to Colonel Van Venter at Onderstedoorne, midv.-ay between Calvinia and Kenhardt.—Press Association. Pretqeia, October
October 28, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
In roars or TmoviaiOK*.

In roars or TmoviaiOK*.

roars or TmoviaiOK*. Baom. Heef. Putter. Cheese. Tlaiua Pork. Ar j. Carts. CwU. Cwts. Cwts. Cats, iwf r«M« Yestenlay.. - - mi _ Vjfii Thisweei.. - - 772 121 » This ..211,343 3.973 37.011 7.««0 43' Last year .. 270,045 6,461 1,005 343,455 74,563 y.ofch Cir»*t»T Quot*tiow!«. BMf. p
October 28, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BELGIAN REFUGEE FUND FRUITS

BELGIAN REFUGEE FUND FRUITS

A somewhat discouraging result attended the auction conducted at 50, New Street, Birmingham, yesterday, by Mr. Frederick J. Pepper, of recordsized froilt and potatoes, the proceeds of which are to be devoted to the Belgian Refugee Fund. Four Gloria apples, grown in Hereford, and
October 28, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MORE CASUALTIES. BRIG.-GENERAL KAVANAGH

MORE CASUALTIES. BRIG.-GENERAL KAVANAGH

WOUNDED.
October 28, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SUMMER HILL ROAD 'NEAR SAND PITS).

SUMMER HILL ROAD 'NEAR SAND PITS).

4.290 Son are Yard* LAND, having frontages Tard* Summer Hill R'>ad. and yards Powell Street. For particulars, apply CLcashirc. Libtou. and Waterloo Street. Birmingham.
June 26, 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BUSINESSES FOE SALE

BUSINESSES FOE SALE

7S' Exceptional Opportunity—Post Office and General Ktora in improving .siib'irbiii neighbourhood, w.th freehold premises and laiwl.—Clark# and Blanchard, If*. I rnon dt., Birmingham. 'DAKEBS, * 1 J3 ness; takings about weekly. £I.WKi; * taiua> lion.—(loc.Vve, Cannon c«t. I>\K I
June 26, 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England