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BIRMINGHAM MUNITIONS TRIBUNAL.

BIRMINGHAM MUNITIONS TRIBUNAL.

Birmingham Munition Tribunal, yesterday, a workman, aged 62, claimed ion for dismissal without betide. There were the man of losing time and of smoking daring working boars. Th- Chairman (Professor Tillyard) said with man applicant’s year., firm took the risk of occasional priod
March 15, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LECTURE SESSION 1918-19.

LECTURE SESSION 1918-19.

LL/Tl res in THE THEATRE THE LIE;- *>- and Pathoa Oharia. Ihckona, JOHN' A YSCOU’GH (Bt. Motui«nor Count p7.!lS a , St<>««e (lUni) ' v S^ nrj. Wa.r: Ancient aaid Modern (Illua.). aieut CHARLES VB.A ~,l: is. and Where d. (IiIUB.J. -L*- MARIE j/TOPES. K-rr \T AIM CHF rubric* in An
October 7, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
President: THE LORD BISHOP OF BIRMINGHAM.

President: THE LORD BISHOP OF BIRMINGHAM.

Head Mistress: Miaa FREDA GODFREY. St. Hilda's Had. Oxford. Honour School of Modem History. KINDERGARTEN TRAINING DEPARTMENT. PLAYING’ FIELDS THE COLLEGE GROUNDS.
October 7, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Electric Driving Motors.

Electric Driving Motors.

400 in Stock from *4-h.p. 100-h.p. Uak«m:— A.C. and D.O. Current. VERITY, OROMPTOy, Representing 5,000 horse-pcrwer. For SALE, HIRE, or BLECTEIC AND ORDNANCE, A.5.8.A., BROOK, 4c., tc. CHARLES PURDEN, LIMITED Lancaster Street, Birmingham. (WALTER PT'RDKN’, Director). THE VALUABL
October 7, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MEDICAL. TNISPENSER, qualified, experienced, free tor Locum Work, Nov. I.—Address, 185. B bam Post. INVALID gentleman Requires Male Attsacfiaiit, para

MEDICAL. TNISPENSER, qualified, experienced, free tor Locum Work, Nov. I.—Address, 185. B bam Post. INVALID gentleman Requires Male Attsacfiaiit, para

time. 305. weekly, for Four Oaks.—Addnesa, D 176, B'necn Pert. SUPERFLUOUS Hairs Removed Electrolysis; complete permanent cure guaranteed: treatment 4* 6d.; moles, veins, birthmarks without trace.—Anne Oaesedls. Room 240, Grand Hotel, Friday, Wolverhampton. MATERNITY Nurse Nome-
October 7, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SERVANTS WANT PLACES

SERVANTS WANT PLACES

/general, a. Disengaged, Friend. 19; each months' rhurecter.—Friends, 4. Mendu*' Villas, Vaiton aomere.-t. T>B-ENGAGEMIAT Help Uoasakeeper; domesticated.— F. P-*tclifTe. Yew Tree, Manderfield, Bromyard. XJOUBEKEEPEB, one all dnties: good tflain cook; excellent rclerences; near C
October 7, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GERMANY WANTS ARMISTICE. ON LAND AND WATER \ AND IN THE AIR. TO PRESIDENT WILSON. TO JOIN LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

GERMANY WANTS ARMISTICE. ON LAND AND WATER \ AND IN THE AIR. TO PRESIDENT WILSON. TO JOIN LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

INDEPENDENCE FOR BELGIUM. UNDERSTANDING ABOUT INDEMNITY. AUSTRIAN AND TURK JOIN IN APPEAL. The expected new peace offensive the enemy Was opened on Saturday, when the German Chancellor, Prince Max of Baden, announced in the Reichstag that he had put himself into'communication wi
October 7, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BEEF BOILED FOR PIGS. ROSS FARMER HEAVILY FINED.

BEEF BOILED FOR PIGS. ROSS FARMER HEAVILY FINED.

The story inspector’s journey trace a qnantity meat was told at Ross Police Court Saturday, when Arthur Thomas Webb, farmer, was summoned for dealing in dead meat wholesale, without license. Divisional Inspector W. Blakeman, Stafford, said when was on Rosa Station he saw defenda
October 7, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
VICTORIOUS PROGRESS OF THE

VICTORIOUS PROGRESS OF THE

FRENCH, ENEMY FORCED TO RETIRE IN DISORDER. The French communiques daring the week-end «re follow ; Saturday Afternoon. North St. Quentin the fighting continued with the same violence. Our troops drove the enemy, who defended his positions foot foot, from the height situated 1,2
October 7, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
AQEICULTUEAL & IMPLEMENTd. Tractors.—-We are prepared accept order depooit for wsu-kncwn Tractors, the price oj which is Works, and delivery

AQEICULTUEAL & IMPLEMENTd. Tractors.—-We are prepared accept order depooit for wsu-kncwn Tractors, the price oj which is Works, and delivery

will be given strict rotation, which a.nt.ci,p&te wriU be about two months’ time. Oo.mpi.oU; stock Par's kept at oar depot, 9 and 10. The Tythung, Worcester.—Full particulars Jroro that address, George Heath Ltd.. John Bright SA~. Birmingham. Tractor amd Oliver Plough, try lates
October 7, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England