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STILL A PRINCE OF THE UNITED KINGDOM.

STILL A PRINCE OF THE UNITED KINGDOM.

STILL PRINCE OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. Mr. SWIFT MacNEILL —Donegal, S.) asked the Prime Minister whether he was aware that his Royal Highness the Duke of (Jumberland and Teviot, Earl of Armagh, and Prince of United Kingdom, had sent to the German Emperor letter, which had appeared i
July 13, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MUNICIPAL BANKS

MUNICIPAL BANKS

Mr. MoKINNON WOOD Secretary to the Treasury) presented a bill facilitate the investment of savings in securities issued for the purposes of the present war by means of the establishment municipal savings banks. It was read a first time. RECENT MINISTERIAL APPOINTMENTS. A BILL TO
July 13, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE BIRMINGHAM DAILY POST. THURSDAY. JULY 13, 1916.

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

COMMERCIAL RIVALRY AFTER THE WAR. LORD HALDANE’S DEMAND FOR EDUCATIONAL REFORM. PRAISE FOR BIRMINGHAM UNIVERSITY. (From Our Parliamentary Representative.) Wednesday Evening. its in any An obscure duke, whose sphere of intellectual effort are not discoverable, pushed himself into
July 13, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DUEL OF BIG GUNS.

DUEL OF BIG GUNS.

The Press Bureau issued the following Italian communiq.ue yesterday: tlie Gamonica, Gdudicarda, and Ledxo ▼alleys the enemy’s artillery has been active, firing especially on the villages. Yesterday, in the region of the Ad'ige valley made some progress the north of Serravalle an
July 13, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Rklkntlkss Pubsutt.

Rklkntlkss Pubsutt.

By forcing back the whole Austrian centre and left on the night of Sunday, June 26, Cadorna had won the victory which brought the hostile offensive to close- But the greater victory was gained in the following days, during which the Italian general compelled the enemy give groun
July 13, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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TRAMWAYS AMD OMNIBUS.

TRAMWAYS AMD OMNIBUS.

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July 13, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
COItHESFONUSNCE.

COItHESFONUSNCE.

NaTIOK TO OORTIK9PO.N DENTS,—.I.!! lettpra for publioation moat by the name and •ddresfi the wnter, not for publaontion, but for the of the Editor. answer for regular only, and the understanding that aooept liabdity the<r aocnraey. No queetion can be answered by letter, even it
July 13, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SNOOKEE-POOL ’TOURNAMENT.

SNOOKEE-POOL ’TOURNAMENT.

At the National Sporting Club yesterday Falkiner won* the snooker-pool tournament. In the early rounds Reece beat Newm-xn (90 to 17 ami 47 to 42), and Inman beat Stevenson to 36 and 51 to 3G). Subsequently Falkiner beat Reece ,70 17. 56 49. cad 25 to 50). In the final Falkiner b
July 13, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SEC. LIEUT. C. S. GIBSON.

SEC. LIEUT. C. S. GIBSON.

is reported that Sec. Lieut. C. S. Gibson has been killed in action. He obtained ccmmossion in the Warwickshire Regiment in April, 1915. WOUNDED. LIEUT. H. JAMES. V.C. Lieot. H. James, V.C., the Worcestershire Regiment, bos been in action, and is now in hospital in the Isle Wigh
July 13, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
AN IRREPRESSIBLE DEFENDANT.

AN IRREPRESSIBLE DEFENDANT.

INSULTING REMARKS TO A JUDGE. In the King's Bench Division, yesterday, before Mr. Justice Darling and common jury, Mr. Henry William Williams, solicitor, o? the firm of Messrs. Williams and Kingston, Northampton, sued Mr. Robert Harborough cherard, author, Hampstead, for damages
July 13, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England