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Amoog will, are U« foUowm*^- M. cidogaa Ptaaa. daughter of the lete Mr. Bngid's, oouwly Dublin. personalty £99.696.) WilUam Barratt, Glenview. Kenboorne Sheffield. (Net personaHj £21,926 HOCKEY NOTES. « THE SOUTH’S WIN OVER THE MIDLANDS. ENGLAND’S TEAM.
March 4, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM.

BIRMINGHAM.

When picture palaces made their appearance a few years ago it was believed the general public would soon tire the entertainment provided. The contrary has proved to be the case, and to-day it is recognised that the picture houses provide established form enjoyment. Yesterday eve
March 4, 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
EDUCATIONAL

EDUCATIONAL

EDGB.ASTON CHURCH ENGLAND COXiEGE FOR GIRLS (Ltd I. OALTHORPE ROAD. EDOBASTON. President: THE LORD BISHOP OF BIRMINGHAM. Head Mistress: Miss FREDA GODFREY, St. Hilda's Hall, Oxlord, Honour School of Modern History. KINDERGARTEN TRAINING DEPARTMENT. PLAYING FIELDS IN THE COLLEGE.
July 13, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
#• RESIDENCES IN EDGBAB'iON AND MOSELEY

#• RESIDENCES IN EDGBAB'iON AND MOSELEY

RESIDENCES IN AND MOSELEY AND PROPERTIES. Messrs, floeance, foster, barber . will Sell by A action early date. Particalars in due coarse; in meantime apply the Auciioneew, 7,* Temple Row West, Rirainghaia.
July 13, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SOHO HILL. HANDS WORTH.

SOHO HILL. HANDS WORTH.

Lot 7.-A Well .-irnated FREEHOLD BOUSE. 150. Soho Bill, Let at low rant 1*2.3 p.r Annum, Area laud square yards tbareabouta. (Lot* do direouoa ExecutorsJ MOSELEY ROAD. Let #».—Fonr HOUSES, No*. 4, South Vi*'* Terraoe, fcaok No **l, M-oselty Read, each lot 5». 6d. par week, fc..:
July 13, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MORRIS, MARSHALL, & POOLE),

MORRIS, MARSHALL, & POOLE),

will submit for Sale by Auction, at the Royal Oak Hotel. WeLhpool, on MONDAY. July 29, 1918, THE FREEHOLD ESTATE, comprising the BANK." ** HERRID,” and ** OAETHYGLEY FARMS, with the picturesque half-timberedMlousee, ■ Farm Buddings, *c., the total area Land being 307 a. Ir. 29p.
July 13, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HOLT STREET.

HOLT STREET.

Let J).—lmportant FREEHOLD MANUFACTURING PREMISES, with large and efficiently lighted Workshops, Store Room*, Koora Principale' and Olerk*’ Office*, Yard, and covered Gateway Entrance, being No*. 96. 37, and 88. Holt Street n-wr to Aston Road. In the occupation o! Measre. Ltd.,
July 13, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THB ESTATE OF JAMES LORD, DECEASED. AND BY

THB ESTATE OF JAMES LORD, DECEASED. AND BY

ESTATE JAMES LORD, DECEASED. AND BY OTHER DIRECTIONS.
July 13, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SMALLER FARMS,

SMALLER FARMS,

Including Mereoak, AabAckl. Schoolhouse, Lower Brookhcuse, and BIGHT COTTAGES. ACCOMMODATION PASTURE, THE SCHOOL PREMISES AND TEACHER'S HOUSE, kc. TO BE SOLD 23 LOTS. ' WITH POSSESSION AT LADY-DAY. 1918. MABBETT & EDGE will Sell the above by Auction, in fxyte, the Gaekell Arm* H
July 13, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ECKINGTON, WORCESTERSHIRE. station, the Midland Railway, A FREEHOLD VILLA RESIDENCE, BUILDINGS, AND TWO GRAND FRUIT PLANTATIONS, UP-TO-DAEF. STYLE. CONTAINING IU.

ECKINGTON, WORCESTERSHIRE. station, the Midland Railway, A FREEHOLD VILLA RESIDENCE, BUILDINGS, AND TWO GRAND FRUIT PLANTATIONS, UP-TO-DAEF. STYLE. CONTAINING IU.

JIP. BE SOLD BY AUCTION. BY EG. EIGHTON SON, at the Angefl Hotel. Perahcre. TUESDAY. July 30, 1918. Four lor Fife o’clock the AfteTnooc. in two Lots 1 TfWU.partiocffars may be It&d from Measa. Brooks* sad • ’Bldham. Solicitors, Pershoxe, the Auctioneero, Evesham and. Perehore.
July 13, 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England