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Prerionohj reported wounded, now reported dted <*f wcra&ds s EiJJOUPFB, Cbp*. 1, P. J., B.T.JL

Prerionohj reported wounded, now reported dted <*f wcra&ds s EiJJOUPFB, Cbp*. 1, P. J., B.T.JL

Prerionohj reported wounded, now reported dted <*f wcra&ds EiJJOUPFB, Cbp*. 1, P. J., B.T.JL AM)SR9O!I. Oapt, G., R.A.iLO. ARCttEft, £seo. L. W.. Lon. R. ANSTET, Sen. Lt. 8. H., B. War. R. BARKER, Major 0. H.. R.G.A. BARTON, Lt. C. H., B.F.C. BATE. H. 8., Wore. R. BAXTER. Seo. Lt
August 31, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
EXPENDITURE in WARTIME. TREASURY control IRREGULARITIES. S WINGS BY MUNITIONS MINISTRY. r t the Committee of Public Accounts, stales that

EXPENDITURE in WARTIME. TREASURY control IRREGULARITIES. S WINGS BY MUNITIONS MINISTRY. r t the Committee of Public Accounts, stales that

during the past the accounting by th« Departments f the Comptroller and Anditor- the whole, had been satisfactorily face of abnormal difficulties caused hut throughout the appropriation .n Committee had met with instances of taxation of Treasury control, 1915*16 and subsequent y
August 31, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
A Miutast Idea.

A Miutast Idea.

Colonel S win ton goes on say that the first to appreciate the necessity for the Tank were soldiers, and he proceeds:— far as the writer is aware, the first definite proposal for a fighting machine the lines of the existing Tank was due to the appearance the Hornsby-Ackroyd cate
August 31, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
A Tour for the Duke or Devonshire.

A Tour for the Duke or Devonshire.

A Tour for the Duke o Devonshire. Private advices from Ottawa say that it is highly probable that the Governor-General Canada, accompanied by the Duchess of Devonshire, will pay visit to Washington before the winter. The visit, which may be allowed to extend to other cities in th
August 31, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BODIES.

BODIES.

LABOUR'S PROTEST AGAINST UNEQUAL REPRESENTATION important is the composition of the central and local Food Control Committees to the co-operative and trade union* movtments that for the purpose of obtaining a consensus of opinion and to formulate a common policy for the London L
August 31, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
140 MILES OF TERRITORY GAINED.

140 MILES OF TERRITORY GAINED.

Kcmb, August (’delayed). the result of seven days’ fighting, the Italianshave gained altogether an area covering over miles. , , , _ According to news which has reached bwitzerland from Innsbruck, after the repeated Italian bombardments and the violence of the battle the Bainzis
August 31, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
COMMERCIAL. INDUSTRIAL. Ac.

COMMERCIAL. INDUSTRIAL. Ac.

Aerated Bread . ..48/112 45/7 la 47/9 4616 37.. Aiby. Ut, Cor. FC...13/9 18/6 18/6 18/512 Aasoc, Port. ..78/1 75/712 76/3 77/5 127 Borax Couflol D£..38/412 38/0 38/0 38/4ia Bradtoid Dyers . ~31/Oa a 31/0 a 51/214 413 BritiaL-AmerTob.. 100/4*21C0/0 100/412100/O 11 18 Do. Pref. ..
August 31, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS.

MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS.

BIRMINGHAM SHARE LIST. SHARP FALL IN GUEST, KEENS. LONDON Baltic).— WHEAT: Thera wero offere j BIRMINGHAM, Thm»iay ih. ' local market have been etui more numerous than hie. fri.. No. 80s.. No. 4 (oonunorcinl) 77*., No. 736.. mid vesterdav, business being very brisk from start :
August 31, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DEATH OF A SON OF LORD

DEATH OF A SON OF LORD

ABERCONWAY. Second-Lieutenant the Hon. Francis W. S"McLaren, M.P., met his death while flying ilontrose yesterday. When a mile out at sea his machine was seen suddenly to nose-dive and fall into the water. The rescue brigade at Montrose bathing station put off in boat to his ass
August 31, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THEATRE

THEATRE

LE TERCENTENARY FESTIVAL, TO-DAY 2.0 and 7.0. and MONDAY at 70, MACBETH.” Box Office Open 5. Tel. Mid. 2471 and 2-172. SPECIAL MUSICAL MATINEES by ARNOLD DOLMETSCH, THURSDAY and FRIDAY NEXT, 0. 'The Original Music. Musical Instrument*, and Dances Shakespeare's Pi ays." PRICES US
April 29, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England