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la conjunction with the Birmingham Dental Hospital.

la conjunction with the Birmingham Dental Hospital.

conjunction with the Birmingham Dental Hospital. THE SUMMER SESSION OPENS ON WEDNESDAY. April 26. 1916. The University GRANTS DEGREES MEDICINE. tURGERY. end PUBLIC HEALTH, and a DIPLOMA in PUBLIC HEALTH: also DEGREES and a DIPLOMA DENTAL SURGERY. The Cv.'jr.-es Instruction are ar
April 13, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LORRIES, AND VANS,

LORRIES, AND VANS,

FINE 15.20-h.p. DAIMLER 18.25-'l».p. WOL&EIiB COSTLY ROLLS-ROYCE CAR. LLMOUSTNTS. Now Order: Y TOURING CAR. 1911, «U Latest Lmprovomont*. V- v 20-h.p. SINGER CAR. 36-h.p. DARRAOQ LLETTE. 30-h.p. STUDEBAKER VAN. 14-16-b.c>. DARRACQ L’LTE. 15.9-h.p. R- C. H. OAR. 8-tup. WOLSELEY C
April 13, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Cook-Goncrals, Generals, Norses, House-Parlonrv-i maids. Beiiweenmaids. Parlourmaids. Wanted: feea— Marsons. Lloyds Bank Chambers. New St Z'tOOK £36, House-Parlourmaid £22, Wanted;

Cook-Goncrals, Generals, Norses, House-Parlonrv-i maids. Beiiweenmaids. Parlourmaids. Wanted: feea— Marsons. Lloyds Bank Chambers. New St Z'tOOK £36, House-Parlourmaid £22, Wanted;

Edgbaeton; after Easter; most comfortable.—Miss Powell’s Agency, 14. Now St., near Arcades. House-Parlourmaids, House-Sewingmaids. Nurses, Generals, Kitchenmaids. Wanted. Free until waited.— Thorneloe's Registry, 20. Johnstone St., Ladywood. HOUSEMAID, £24, Wanted, ndgbaaton. fa
April 13, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TRADE WITH AUSTRALIA.

TRADE WITH AUSTRALIA.

It is announced in the ** Board Trade Journal that Mr. G. T. Milne, Commissioner for Australia, is now in this country, and is interviewing representatives of firms who have expressed a desire to see him in London, at the offices of the Commercial Intelligence Branch of the Boar
April 13, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
EDWIN FLETCHER & 00.

EDWIN FLETCHER & 00.

The profit for the year ended February T7, 1916, with the balance brought forward from last year, amounts £18,196. The direotors propose pay a dividend 10% per annum (lees tax), place £4,500 to reserve, and set £l,OOO aside for oonftdngcncies arising out the war. Ddrectorß’ fee*
April 13, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE BIRMINGHAM DAILY POST, THURSDAY. APRIL 13. 1916.

THE BIRMINGHAM DAILY POST, THURSDAY. APRIL 13. 1916.

April 13, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Over 50 000 sold to H.M. Government. DEMONSTRATION

Over 50 000 sold to H.M. Government. DEMONSTRATION

Over 50 000 sold H.M. Government. DEMONSTRATION WILL BE GIVEN FREE BY Parker, Winder,* Achurch LIMITED. BROAD STREET, BIRMINGHAM.
April 8, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HOW A CHAPLAIN GAINED THE VICTORIA CROSS. SPLENDID STORY OF DEVOTION TO DUTY.

HOW A CHAPLAIN GAINED THE VICTORIA CROSS. SPLENDID STORY OF DEVOTION TO DUTY.

HOW A CHAPLAIN GAINED THE VICTORIA CROSS. SPLENDID STORY DEVOTION TO DUTY. The “London Gazette” of last night announces that the King has conferred the Victoria Cross the Rev. Edward Noel Meliish, Temporary Chaplain to the Forces. For most conspicuous bravery. During heavy fighti
April 21, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
“ PURELY A GAIN OF GROUND.”

“ PURELY A GAIN OF GROUND.”

PURELY A GAIN OF GROUND.” GERMAN’S ATTEMPT TO DISCOUNT TREBIZOND’S IMPORTANCE. Amsterdam, April 20. Commenting upon the fall of the “Kolnisc. J Zeitung” says: ‘•Owing to t'he lack of communications the strategical position of the Turkish army the Armenian theatre of war ha? been
April 21, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE FESTIVAL OF MEHCY,

THE FESTIVAL OF MEHCY,

Birmingham Saturday book « part in the Shakespeare Festival of Mercy, and generous collections street and theatre gave substantial add t» the fund being raised to benefit the Bed Croes, St. John Ambulance, Belgian Relief Fund, and the League of Mercy. Through the festival all cl
May 8, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England