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DEFEAT IN PARIS.

DEFEAT IN PARIS.

UUuter'* digram.) Paris, Saturday. fifteen-rounds boxing match took place here this evening between the French boxer Depanthaew and the Englishman Starne. The latter obtained slight lead during the first five rounds, bat Depoothaew subsequently held his own. In the fourteenth ro
06 April 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE BIRMINGHAM DAILY POST. MONDAY. APRIL 6. 1914.

THE BIRMINGHAM DAILY POST. MONDAY. APRIL 6. 1914.

this they must nevsr forget, whether they were Uutaniflts, Radicals, or Socialists. Those who pretended to be of Labour wore keener for the slaughter their fellow workmen. Any attempt to use the Arm# to driye through measure party politico would destroy the Army and imperil the
06 April 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
4 GOLD MEDALS were gained in the London - Exeter Run by riders using MIDLAND Motor Cycle Tyres. Ribbed and

4 GOLD MEDALS were gained in the London - Exeter Run by riders using MIDLAND Motor Cycle Tyres. Ribbed and

Studded Fetters splendid antiskid, very resilient and lone-wearing. Its heavy centre tread of specially toughened rubber renders ii puncture-p>oof. . GUARANTEED 3.000 MILES. Prices;— 26 x2J in. 37/6, 26 x2i in. 40/-. THE MIDLAND RUBBER CO, LTD., Head k Works, Ryland St., BIRMTN
06 April 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THEATRE

THEATRE

OlOAimO BUOCXfIS. ONLY HOW EUNHINO. EVERY XTEHIHO, 7.1& MATIN KBS: WEDNESDAY AND BATUBOAY. XUL TUESDAY NEXT. March 17. - REN I FIT to Mr. HERBERT BARN SB. POPULAR PRICES—AD to to. MIA Ban l> •in ;sjmbm tb* tatrtti* «ad •pdemm."-WwWa*<r RgPKSTOKT THRA ror» MORE PLEFOBMAHOEfi.—TO-
13 March 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THIS DAY (FRIDAY). MARCH IS.

THIS DAY (FRIDAY). MARCH IS.

199. MONUMENT ROAD (NEAR HAG LEY ROAD) UNRESERVED SALE SHORT NOTICE STOCK OF CHINA. GLASS. HARDWARE. SHOP FBTINGS. AND EFFECTS. 'pBUBSHAW TAYLOR will Sell by Auction, as above, Eleven o'elcfk Auctioneers’ Offioas T, N’e>_.ll BU.et, Birnunghsm.
13 March 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SALES BY AUCTION.

SALES BY AUCTION.

SALE SHORT NOTICE. direction of Mrs. Tippine, who ia going abroad. MONDAY .NIiXT. MARCH 16. AT TWELVE CLOCK RP, CITY SALE ROOMS. TEMPLE STREET Ki!iiac>, Station Road, Koowlc LAWRENCE & Will Sell by Auction, •r.thoat reserve—th« Capital HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, indodlnr all-brssa and
13 March 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
3lake It a Beeohams P ills. Beech M's P inn. Beech M's P ills. BbEOHAU'S P ills. Prepared only by

3lake It a Beeohams P ills. Beech M's P inn. Beech M's P ills. BbEOHAU'S P ills. Prepared only by

THOMAS BEECHAM. Sb Helena. Lane. Sold everywhere in price I/lVi i 56 pdla) 4 2/9 i!6B pilla). to »aixd roar health with the create* care This is absolutely ueoesaary these •treoao'as days when good health mare than ever of paramount importance all Many people are so Das? that re
13 March 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
airatnoHs vacakt

airatnoHs vacakt

rpAILOBa.-WMiUU, two Co«t M*ker.- Bert work only. t»4>ecUl lftnn» iood nieu.-J»ooth, fit., VvolaaU. Vest , •t»ncto X 2js. mml oooiijtitciofk—A Li tre—, 134t». -Voum OM "Mi X «<ypwu*l pioierKu. *u-*at •nunt.—Aoaxait, ace, preoeuit *aa i««r*oiu ompioygnont, wageo rwjuiredT 10, Ai»
13 March 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NATIONAL KBBSRV*.

NATIONAL KBBSRV*.

Ofd«* l>T 0. J. ... ¥lllll.lll H- p —Aw* nadwt-k. abroad, will sMsed A* os Turoday. for ssrfieal Mrmbaro under th* ago ot ofliona, and —rfoasts seder Ofty-ire attend sign nuj* for *ei"»lo* st bom* la emergaeoy. HiSmitb. Captain and Brigade Major Fit* Tum worn Tywoe, raunin, K«Uj
13 March 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Rational Tbaitic Ooxtbol.

Rational Tbaitic Ooxtbol.

At U«t London is waking up to the urgency of dealing with the traffic problem, and this week it has been announced shortly all vehicles, as is also the case in Birmingham, are to be compelled to keep, as far as possible, to the extreme left-hand side of the road. In this way fou
13 March 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England