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BIRMINGHAM CHAPLAIN KILLED IN FRANCE. WHILE ON HIS WAY TO “CHEER UP” THE TROOPS. Lord Kitchener has forwarded telegram the

BIRMINGHAM CHAPLAIN KILLED IN FRANCE. WHILE ON HIS WAY TO “CHEER UP” THE TROOPS. Lord Kitchener has forwarded telegram the

Rev. W. T. de Vine, vicax of Tipton Parish Church and rural dean of Wodocsbury, in forming him uheit his son, Capt. Hatton Bertram St. John de Vine, who was an army chaplain, was killed in aciion France Thursday last. Capt. de Vine was well known Birmingham, having been a curate
May 3, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Are Charity Concerts “Amusements"?

Are Charity Concerts “Amusements"?

Tho proposed Budget tax on entertaanmeaits is causing certain a.nxiety in charitable circles here. Some orphanages are accustomed to rely for a large proportion of their income on the visits to provincial centres oi trained chcairs, the entertainments and concerts given by which
April 10, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Wesleyan Conference In London,

Wesleyan Conference In London,

Wesleyan Conference London, Th© decision to hold this year’s Wesleyan Conference in London instead of at Hull was an obvious outcome of the present national situation. For a large number of the delegates i the occasion will be the first which they make acquaintance with the com.m
April 10, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MORE RBITISH STEAMERS SUNK.

MORE RBITISH STEAMERS SUNK.

OFFICER’S EXCITING LEAP FOR LIFE. Messages from various sources report that the following ships have been sunk by the enemy: Ohantala (steamer, i,951 tons), belonging to the British India Steam Navigation Company, torpedoed without warning. Fourth and eight Lascars killed by the
April 10, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FOREIGN RAILWAYS.

FOREIGN RAILWAYS.

B. Gt. Sth., 9 Mexican 8% Ist P. 61% 4 B. Ayres Wes*n., aBO% 1% Do. 6% 2nd P. 35% % Cent. Argent., 77% 8 San Paulo, 180% Lcopoldina, 34% Utd. of Havana Regia, 81% 1 Cap Counties, 21 1 Lon. County West., 14% Lloyds, 22“/,* 3 % Lon. S.-W., 10 */,* % Parrs, c 27% 8 Lon. City k Mid.
April 10, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ENEMY REPORTS NO CHANGE.

ENEMY REPORTS NO CHANGE.

Both tie German and Austrian communiques say the situation in the Balkan theatre is unchanged. GREEK FINANCIAL CRISIS. RESIGNATION THE FINANCE MINISTER. Rome, April 8. the sitting of the Greek Chamber Skoloudis was forced to accept some modifications of the Finance Bill which ha
April 10, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FOR HELP FROM BIRMINGHAM.

FOR HELP FROM BIRMINGHAM.

THE BIGHT HON. THE LORD MAYOR (ALDERMAN NEVILLE CHAMBERLAIN, J.P.) Preside ADMISSION FREE. Tickets and further information can be obtained from tie LOCAL HONORARY SECRETARY, Serbian Relief Fund. Council House, Birmingham. ACADEMY MUSIC, YORK GATE. MARYLEBONE ROAD. LONDON, N.W. I
June 21, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MACTTTTTF.RY AND TOOLS FOR SALE.

MACTTTTTF.RY AND TOOLS FOR SALE.

ABOUT All Power-Transm.aa.ona—Hgh-cl*** Turned Steel Shafting Patent Self-oiling Bearings. Mill Gearing and Pulleys ■ also Manufacturers of Draw Benches. Keelers. Tube Works Plant. Rives Forging Machine*. Bolt and Nut Works Plant, Drop Stamps, Presses. Power Hammer*. Independent
June 21, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CLEEICSX.

CLEEICSX.

61 ND Colleague Wanted immediately. Liberal Evangelical ogle; popu.oas uorn-h; fine earnest worker, good , preacher, gooa voice, thorou.;uly one who can a bat, Uc.. prelerred. Stipe £i<o.—Apply Dr. na-Pisher, St. Cuthbert’a V 7i. City Ed., iton, Bimlngham.
June 21, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SITUATIONS VACANT (»»W.)

SITUATIONS VACANT (»»W.)

/"IKATIFFED* (Ineligible', experlenoe with Daimler preferred, bat not eMentuL-vApplj, Wright. 13, Send well Ud., (lady, janlor) for Calculating Machine, with some ex^'encnce.—Apply, Hardware Co. Ltd., Bt. /^LERK.—Reliablie young Lady Clerk lor Draper's Counting House; permanency
June 21, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England