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GEO. U. MORLEY. Secretary.

GEO. U. MORLEY. Secretary.

JJISTRICT ASYLUM, SUFFOLK. WASTED. PROBATIONER FEMALE ATTENDANTS previou* exporlenco not necissary. Wages £lB £3l. and prc-ipecta ol further increase, with emoluments valued at £35 Form ol application may be obtained by writiry icnrkwing - iiq-I adir, - rnv.o|i‘' to t':..' Mi-de
26 February 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BUSINESSES FOE SALE (coma.) *«!jOo,_High-cUs* Tea Rooms; certified net profit* proprietToss ret^im. and \V*.kor, Auctioneers, Bsnnetts HiU. —. Dining busy

BUSINESSES FOE SALE (coma.) *«!jOo,_High-cUs* Tea Rooms; certified net profit* proprietToss ret^im. and \V*.kor, Auctioneers, Bsnnetts HiU. —. Dining busy

town; £.3 weekly; modernly fitted.—Gray and Walker. Auct.oneore, 1. Bennett's Hiil —'l/ad-ic.-’ U.gistry Office- old-e weekly.—Gray and Walker, dill. net profit* ], Bennett's
26 February 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE MAN OF IRON. By Richard Deban. (Heine-

THE MAN OF IRON. By Richard Deban. (Heine-

i mann.) €s. : The Man <Jf Iron, wh»is Richard Behan's titular hero, of course the creator of-the present German Empire. The book, Vo arc told, to be read merely a work of fiction, founded upon the rock of indisputable fact.” The fiction is there, doubt; in the loveromance P. C.
26 February 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DANGEROUS AND MISCHIEVOUS

DANGEROUS AND MISCHIEVOUS

POLICY. [From Our Own Correspondent] Berne, February 22. Except for four weeks’ absence in Engtand and France, I have been here, in the very heart of Europe, since the outbreak of war. I have seen many sad aighte—for instance, at the beginning of August, when about 200,000 refug
26 February 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DECLINE IN BRAZILIAN TRACTION

DECLINE IN BRAZILIAN TRACTION

DECLINE BRAZILIAN TRACTION the Banking section Sellers preponderated and values shed small fractions in many instances, Lloyds giving way to 2C*' . B.S.A. recorded business 575. 3d., and and Co. wore dealt in 5. Courts a Id* wore easier at 455., but Dnniop Rubber hardened 44*.. a
26 February 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TRAFFIC STATEMENTS.

TRAFFIC STATEMENTS.

Foreign Railwatb.— lncraeee* : Now Cape Central (we'k to January 30). £682; DeQu. Umballa, to February 20). R16.322. South In-i.an (week fio January 23), R66.751; Ctaadsaa Pacific (week to Fobruary 21). $182,000; Bombay, Barada. and Central India (week to. February 20), H151.000
26 February 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HAY AND STRAW

HAY AND STRAW

LONDON.-There wa* decided shrinkage in supplier which were well disposed of at previous high currencies. Quotation*: Hay.-specially picked listed 105*.. best Ms. 103s. Gd., mixture and 935. 6d. to 102 a. 6d.; clover, best 95*. 105*., inforaor 80b. to 85e.; straw 365. to 40*. per
26 February 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Tinplate Industry.

Tinplate Industry.

Swansea, Thursday.—There is a.?ain no material change record in the tinplate trade. The enquiry is fair, but the amount of business effected is not great, and with large stocks on hand makers hav# accepted lower prices for spot lots. Owing th« increased cost of production produc
26 February 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM

BIRMINGHAM

’Phone 4018 Central Business Printing Efficiency AMERICAN MARKETS. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE. From Our Correspondent The .Money cominmil very easy, with the day’s trari'-agtions in loans again ranging from 2*o the Imter rate the bulk of the business was done, and it was accepted f
26 February 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
AIHERsTO-NE.

AIHERsTO-NE.

Friday, Feb. 3C, Shilton (for Coombe). ll.oO; Monday. Mar. 1, 11.30; Wednesday. Mar. 3, Kiford, 11.30; Friday, Star. 5. Harrow Gate, 11.30; Saturday, Mar. 6, ViLage, 11.38. CROOME. Saivrday, FVb. 27, BrocknOg* Common, Il.fi; Mar. 2. U.O; Thursciay, Max. 4, under Hill, 11.8; Satu
26 February 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England