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S COSd TO A YOUNG PRODUCER.

S COSd TO A YOUNG PRODUCER.

S TO YOUNG PRODUCER. tna 'rately oapiialwed and otherwise excellent lona ktifber Oompuny bee been the subject of high nrcm-.jWi especaally a year ago. when the profit was wair expanded and the dividends put up WBfsred with only 7‘.i% two years previous, but it wwreoei.ea cheek th
March 12, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SOUTH AFRICAN ISSUES DULL.

SOUTH AFRICAN ISSUES DULL.

Lokdon, Wednesday. the South market were dull they could be, and price*, after balding eaterday’* improvement for time, weakened under the lead favourite*, which were affected by liquidatma and unfavourable Pan* advice*. General busmeaa extremely limited. All the leading Iranava
March 12, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PROVISIONS.

PROVISIONS.

LIVERPOOL.—BACON : There is general improvement in the tone the market for American bacon, and prices are firm at late limits, with occasional advances Cute for Ireland are firm, with a moderate enquiry at last prices. Cumberland* site firm st Ad. up. while clear bellies made an
March 12, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TRAFFIC STATEMENTS.

TRAFFIC STATEMENTS.

Hom* Railway*. Increases.—Port Talbot ipast week), £2B; Chatham and District, Isle Wight, £l4: Isle of Man, Brecon and Merthyr, £63. Decreases.—Midland and South-Western, £155; Isle of Wight Central, £7O; Liverpool Overhead, £l5: Rhondda and Swansea Bay, £265. Foreign Railway*.
March 12, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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MIDLAND LICENSING SESSIONS, MAYOR OF COVENTRY AND THe LONG PULL. adjourned Tmmng Bamione for Omah> held yesterday. Mayer (Councillor Bettmaai

MIDLAND LICENSING SESSIONS, MAYOR OF COVENTRY AND THe LONG PULL. adjourned Tmmng Bamione for Omah> held yesterday. Mayer (Councillor Bettmaai

7’* presided, referred fe> the long poll end bear The Ifesneed victualler, had sugg«ted that where tbe tout poD P»<tieed should be for compensation, but tffie jostioea knpossible. Oker mggmtiom bad been medT 4ke justices considered that a* agreement should come between Bkewer* a
March 12, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DEFEAT OF J. K. BOTJSFIEIJ).

DEFEAT OF J. K. BOTJSFIEIJ).

DEFEAT OF J. K. .A large crowd assembled Fenners yesterday, when the surroundings could hardly have been improved upon. The two winners cover themselves with honour were tbe youug Australian Freshman R. F. N. Twopcny, and second year man, J. V. Byron Johnson. Tbe former just won
March 12, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
A LOSS OF £1,178 ON THE PAST

A LOSS OF £1,178 ON THE PAST

LOSS OF £1,178 ON THE PAST la report <te oonnmt*« ti» Wu»ytw*t7« Gricskeb C&uh «f ti. dob boon 785, dacreua aiaM I*l2. Tba membow’ »»b •cription* b«v« lailon tewi U*- M. IPl£ £6ll 9i. «d. in 1»U. * lartlur »«ioa. low IB due the falling off of gate receipt*. U> £466 6a. Id. aabeta
March 12, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DAMAGES AGAINST TEWKES-

DAMAGES AGAINST TEWKES-

BURY WIDOW.
March 12, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BOXING AT COVENTRY

BOXING AT COVENTRY

ten-round* Itoxing contest at Coventry last aught Young Josephs, of Aldgate, defeated Kid Smith, Binning ham, knocking him out in the fourth round. Georges Davies, the French jockey champion, beat Jack Leary, of Bermondsey, points the latter being down in tiio fifth, sixth, seve
March 12, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England