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EDUCATIONAL.

EDUCATIONAL.

OeßtlerDAn Wishfli Exchange Lesson* Cob- X vemtion with Engli»h Oontloman with a alight knowledge of French■—Addreee. F. 27, Daily Poet. GEBMAN LeMons by iur examination*; New BX. iced Natl Teacher; prepares yiaited.—Harr Lachborn, 11a. GOVERNESS (duly), •xperieoced. Desire* Ree
March 4, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
AGENCIES, TRAVELLERS.

AGENCIES, TRAVELLERS.

DVERTI3EB, calling upon Ironmonger*, Fornkfaen. and aA. Antique Dealers, MiiUauds, Eastern, and South-Eastern > fa Open to take up another Commiaston.—Address, 0 74. Daily Post. (jE>C7Y.—lmportaot Ohioago Manulaotucriag House Require xx - H*«:dunt Agent in Birmingham and ervrj U
March 4, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
POST, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 4. 1914.,

POST, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 4. 1914.,

ALLEGED CORRUPTION AT SUTTON. TRAVELLER fine £25 and £2l owls imposed by the Goldfield magistrates, yesterday, on Joseph O. Evans, 170, TeUenbeD Road Wolverhampton, traveller for the Robeson Process Co., Street, London, who was summoned the inltance of (he Director of Public Pro
March 4, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
COUHI 01KCULAK.

COUHI 01KCULAK.

Buckingham Palacti, Tuesday. Vice-Admiral the Hon. Sir Stanley Colville had the honour of being received by the King to-day. His Majesty visited Queen Alexandra Marlborough House this afternoon. The Princess Royal, with Princess Maud, visited the King and Queen this afternoon.
March 4, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Undeveloped Land Duty.

Undeveloped Land Duty.

Parliamentary interest in the judgment of Mt. Justice Scrutton in the action brought by the Commissioners of Inland Revenue against Lady Smyth is the increase, asid several Unionist members intend plying the Chancellor the Exchequer with questions on the subject to-morrow. Mr. L
March 4, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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IS ARMING FOR WAR.

IS ARMING FOR WAR.

Telegram.] Berlin, March 9. alarmist article by uhe St. Petersburg corr*. spondent of the ** Koeln.sche Zi itung,” that Russia is arming for war, and will ready to strike in the autumn 1917, has attracted widewpread attention owing to the well-lcaowrn sotxuofficial connections o
March 4, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE EXCLUSION OF ULSTER.

THE EXCLUSION OF ULSTER.

UNIONISTS SAID TO OPPOSE AH, OTHER The Lobby correspond emt of the ** Daily News and Leader” says: There i« good ground for saying that the Opposition are determined retaan assent to any suggestions brought up for a com* promise on the Ulster question unless the excfo* sion o£ U
March 4, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FOREIGN GOVERNMENT SECURITIES

FOREIGN GOVERNMENT SECURITIES

COUPON! PAYAI Argentine 5% 1867-8-9, 101% . Do. 5% Ely. 1890, 100*4 Do. Water k Drain. 5%, 102*4 Do. Ely. Reecm., 86 Do. 4% 1897, 4 /i, Do. 4% 1896. 84 Do. 1899, 64 Do. 4% Gold 1900, 84 Do. 4% Bds 1900, W Do. Port of the Capital (B. Ayres) 5% Sep, 101*4 Do. 5% Irrigation, I<Jl%
March 4, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MINES.

MINES.

March 4, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WOOL, COTTON, AND TEXTILE.

WOOL, COTTON, AND TEXTILE.

LONDON.—-Tlm second aerie* of ooloaifcl wool auction* for the current y«*r opened here to-day with net available total of 141,000 bak* Anctralaaian and Cape wool*, which compares with 145,000 the corresponding period last year. During the sale* about 8,500 bales Punta Arenas and
March 4, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England