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HOTELS.

HOTELS.

Lo N . H OTKL \oRK BERNERS STREET, OXFORD STREET, W. BIST WEST END SHOPPING AND THEATER CENTRE. CLOSE TO TUBE INCLUSIVE PRICE FOB BED. BATH. FULL TABLE HOTE BREAKFAST AND ATTENDANCE relt«ram«: Eamero, Ox. London. ONDON. BONNINGTON HOTEL, SOUTHAMPTON ROW. W.O. Fireproof Building.
March 14, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
EDUCATIONAL

EDUCATIONAL

COLLEGE FOR AND KINDERGARTEN, BRISTOL ROAD. BIRMINGHAM.— MARY E. BAILY. Mistress: ELEANOR B.A. ,Hons. . Resideut Pupils taken. TRAINING DEPARTMENT collegiateschool for girls. MOWBRAY HOUSE.—A thoroughly Modern. Pract;cAl. Cotnpiete Ekiucetion, with Mother’s Care and Training. fe
March 14, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
EDUCATIONAL.

EDUCATIONAL.

SSISTANT Master, in May, resident not. Preparatory x\. School, Eclgboston.—Addiess. X 195. Da.ly Post. CHINESE Lessons Wanted, tyro evenings weekly.—Address > stating tc rnto. T125. Daily Post. GiOVBRNESd daily weekly. Wanted, after Easter, for <■ girl of ll—Tombln. Bank House,
March 14, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

LETTERS FROM A FRENCH HOSPITAL. 2s. net. Constable THE PRISON CAMP. By Israel Cohen. 7s. 6d. net. Methuen. BEHIND THE GERMAN VEIL. J. M. Beau fort. 6s. net. Hutchinson. CHEERFULNESS A LIFE POWER. By Orison Sweet Mar den. Is. net. Rider. SOCIAL RTJLiB: Study of the Will Power. By
March 14, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
A RAILWAY MAN.

A RAILWAY MAN.

RAILWAY MAN. King'* Heath Branch jeetenday, James Ingram. Melton Road, Heath, chauffeur was summoned for motor-oar with that were not obacured. and for failing to produce h*a license to special constable, George Potter, demanded, February 21. Potter, who was in uniform at the tun
March 14, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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COLONIAL RAILWAYS.

COLONIAL RAILWAYS.

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March 14, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HORSES AS FOODSTUFFS.

HORSES AS FOODSTUFFS.

' to the second part, it Is not the general experience that scarcity of fodder diminishes the sale of livestock. NATIONALISTS AND NATIONAL SERVICE. MR. LONDON'S THREAT. On further consideration of the Ministry of National Service Bill report, discussion was en amendment moved Mr
March 14, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Mr. HSINEiLANN in »nnoancuig- the of Mr. Ooorgo Moore’s new “LEWIS AM) SOME fie. net. NEW FICTION. LEWIS SEYMOUR and

Mr. HSINEiLANN in »nnoancuig- the of Mr. Ooorgo Moore’s new “LEWIS AM) SOME fie. net. NEW FICTION. LEWIS SEYMOUR and

SOME WOMEN. GEORGE MOORE. 6/- net Second lin oin REGIMENT of WOMEN CLBME.NOE DANK os. net A ftiwt novel of unusual power. ZELL A SEES HERSELF E- M. DEIi.\FIELD net the eternal husband Dostoevsky. Trans, by c. Garnett’ 4/a THE WAR. SOLDIER’S TALE SERIES, to!. 3,6 net ON TWO FRON
March 14, 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SECOND CONCERT BV THE FAMOUS

SECOND CONCERT BV THE FAMOUS

SECOND CONCERT THE FAMOUS Halle Orchestra. H Conductor, / \ r.r.H orchestra. HMb, LAND /\ ALLS V/rCHESTRA. Halle Ronald. Orchestra. Halle Orchestra. The Programme will include— ■ SYMPHONY NO. I ELGAR ■■ THE SPIRIT OF ENGLAND,” Parts 2 and 3 ELGAR For Soprano Solo. Chorus and Orch
November 14, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SIR E. CARSON’S ATTITUDE

SIR E. CARSON’S ATTITUDE

Sir E. said these were rery important poin-ts on the question whether this was real or a sham bill. <Cheei»J negrertted the tall had come at that lata stage of the session, because of its and far-reaching importance. The bill assumed that there might be an ejection on this regis
August 17, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England