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WHY WE ARE FIGHTING.

WHY WE ARE FIGHTING.

WHY ARE FIGHTING. There were many who would have hesitated to go to war that grave breach of international law had not taken place, but we should have been compelled, thought, a little later, and perhaps a little too late, to join in the war even if the neutrality of Belgium had
September 23, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ALE-IMPORTANT TO WIN AISNE BATTLE.

ALE-IMPORTANT TO WIN AISNE BATTLE.

September 23, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE NORTH AMPTOXS IN DANGER.

THE NORTH AMPTOXS IN DANGER.

Among minor happenings of interest is the following : —Daring a counter-attack by the German 53rd Regiment on portions of the Northampton and Queen’s Regiments, on Thursday, the 17th, a force of some 400 the enemy were allowed approach right up to the trench occupied a platoon o
September 23, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE SIEGE OF SERAJEVO.

THE SIEGE OF SERAJEVO.

Nish, September 21. Tb« following communique is published hero: A great battle has been proceeding near Krupagne on the Drina for several days. The Austrians have 150,000 men and a number of guns engaged. This fighting, which has been very sanguinary, represents the last despera
September 23, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NO CHANGE IN THE SITUATION

NO CHANGE IN THE SITUATION

Pa.riB, September 22. An official communique issued at elevem o’clock this evening regarding the operations in the theatre of war says there is change in the situation.—Reuter. PERIL OF THE ENEMY. LINES OF COMMUNICATION THREATENED. Calais, September (by courier). The great battl
September 23, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
IMPORTANT NOTICE

IMPORTANT NOTICE

(WAR NEWS). AO hoportaot war boom racahrad to 8 ajn. be “Birmingham Dally Post,* and news received after this hoar wffl published in the “Birmingham Mail," which wiD iscue tbs oaaal editians from Noon 09 7.30 Earlier and later editions only if the news i« of , i
September 23, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
REPORTED DEATH OF ONE OF THE

REPORTED DEATH OF ONE OF THE

KAISER’S SONS. The Morning Post Copenhagen correspondent telegraphs: report througb a news agency that the German Emperor’s son Prince Adalbert has died in Brussels has greatly astonished thVGernian Embassy here, whose officials declare that have not any information to tbiw effe
September 23, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
KHOONIJLND pawn'd Loaala for London, Sepresnber S.

KHOONIJLND pawn'd Loaala for London, Sepresnber S.

pawn'd Loaala for London, S. ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET. A arrived Buaaos Ayres, September 30.
September 23, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FOURTH SYMPHONY CONCERT

FOURTH SYMPHONY CONCERT

New Birmingham Orchestra. Founder and Director: Six Thomas Beecham, Bart. Sib T BeBCHAM Roloiit: MR. ROBERT RADFORD, Ticket*: Is. Bd. to 7a, tax included. Reduced Serial RaAe* for remaining Six Ooncarta. Oonoert Direction: DALE, FORTY, 00.. LTD. Seat* may also be booked through
November 22, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GARAGE

GARAGE

HYDROS: |OLACCPOOI, - IMPERIAL HYDROPATHIC “J HOTEL. CLAREMONT PARK _ 350 Rooms Magnificent Lounge Louis XVL Dining Room. Separate Table* Turkish. Russian, and Sea Water Batha. for Tariff, apply. Manager Impenal’’ Telephone 291. ________ *O )IIRXEMOUTH - DDRLEY PEAS HYDRO. l’he
December 3, 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England