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FURNISHED HOUSES WANTED.

FURNISHED HOUSES WANTED.

Hoom Cottage (modern JC Wanled; At® bed rooms, two reception, bstm, Ac.: «n*IT garden; bracing part Midland*. To occupy September 12. lor six rr.orrt.hs, and it waitable duration -war. nominal rent,-Mias E. Harrison, The Pl»«aunce, KenU- S W rnroiahed Hoase. ten mile* Birmmgfcam
July 31, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LOST AND FOUND

LOST AND FOUND

Seaaom Ticket, first-clam, No. 4ffS. Blnn&ffhffln ± to Paddington, Lost the inwt. nee except to owner. Reward —Address. T 10, B'ham Poet. LATEST WILLS. WINE - MERCHANT'S BEQUEST TO EMPLOYES, Amongst the latest wills proved are the following; 1 Irving Firth, of Keighley, worsted
July 31, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM’S WIN-THE-WAR

BIRMINGHAM’S WIN-THE-WAR

DAY. PROPOSED GREAT PATBIOTTO DEMONSTRATION. Sattu-daT, September 7 next,, is known “Birmingham’s Win-ihe-War Day,” and a great patriotic demonstration has been arranged for the showing Birmingham part in th© war. Tb© manifold activities in oonnection witl the of mnnitkme, aerop
July 31, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SERGY CHANGES HANDS NINE

SERGY CHANGES HANDS NINE

TIMES. MACHINE GUNS IN CHURCH AND RED CROSS HOUSE. With the American Army, July 29. The Crown Prince hurled the Fourth Prussian Guards, one the ace divisions the German Army, against the Americans at in attempt to check the advance and to throw back the Americans across the Ourc
July 31, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE FUEL AND LIGHTING ORDER IN THE MIDLANDS.

THE FUEL AND LIGHTING ORDER IN THE MIDLANDS.

A meeting of about sixty local fuel overseers, from the counties of Warwickshire. Worcestershire, and Staffordshire, was held at the Council House, Birmingham, yesterday. Mr. H. H. Humphries was appointed president, and, with Mr. W. Brindley, the divisional officer for the Birmi
July 31, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Tho Town Clerkship.

Tho Town Clerkship.

Alderman Neville Chamberlain brought forward the report of the General Purposes Committee, and proposed that the Committee be authorised to advertise for Town Clerk, with power, in conference with the Balance, Wages, and Labour Committee, to arrange such salary and conditions of
July 31, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
The New Rate.

The New Rate.

Alderman Williams, moving the adoption of the report of the Finance Committee, called attention to the large amount not provided for in the estimates. Up July 2 £131,489 expenditure had been sanctioned, and if the new proposals were carried a further £79,850 would be required, s
July 31, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Housing In Birmingham.

Housing In Birmingham.

Housing Birmingham. Mr. George Cadbury, jun., moved the adoption of an exhaustive report presented tho Housing and Town- Planning Committee embodying the principles on which it was urged the sing problem should be dealt with in the future. Mr. Cadbury pointed out that under the G
July 31, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
EVERY GIRL GETS INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION, EVENING SHORTHAND CLASSES

EVERY GIRL GETS INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION, EVENING SHORTHAND CLASSES

AB/E H.Fil <T> EVERY EV (except FOR ffTUDdiNTS OF BOTH SEXES.
October 5, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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h The Trustees are Prepared Receive, until THURSDAY, the 24th day of October next. APPLICATIONS for PARTICIPATION IN THE INCOME OF THE TRUST fof the preeent year from Institutions in the City Birmingham for the Medical and Surgical Relief or Alleviation of Sickness and Bodily Inf
October 5, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England