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FURTHER BEYL2 PLAO'.X R JOVEiH.

FURTHER BEYL2 PLAO'.X R JOVEiH.

FURTHER BEYL2 PLAO'.X JOVEiH. A few years 370, after Lained for yoars extremely variable aijrnfc'U.ons-. ra: Beyer Peacock dividcn !■> which the rate paid t< i • years 1312. From 13.3 to 191 rapld.y dechu.ng u*r*tl. 1512, how recovery, the net tor that j . ing fur debenture en-J
13 February 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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13 February 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY.

NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY.

After providitg fo the full dividends on the preferenec i,tocks an.) the preferred ordinary stock, and selling ahde £20.000 special reserve, in addition the u>ual £2O,C4X) to general reserve for renewals and eont.agencies, ib-- directors commend a dividend of 1*4% the deferred o
13 February 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HEAVY FAILURE OF A BRISTOL

HEAVY FAILURE OF A BRISTOL

COMPANY. A meeting was bold Bristol, yesterday, the contribotones of Pearson, Huggins, and Co., wholesale clothing manufacturers. The company was formed in 1911 with a capital of £lOO,OOO, and is now in liquidation, whilst the managing dcrcctor, Mr. Pearson, whose present addres
13 February 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Mr. N. Nutt 0 •5Tb allowance deducted.

Mr. N. Nutt 0 •5Tb allowance deducted.

Mr. N. Nutt •5Tb allowance deducted. Race «tarted 3.23. Winner trained by Hall. Betting: II 10 uge>t ll„ 11 4 Mystery, 7 1 Poly a, 8 to 1 Red Stork, 10 to 1 bar four offered. Kedar fell at the first fence, and Diplomatist 11. led from Sunbeam VHL, and Fleur Lys. with Red Stork la
13 February 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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TWO YEARS’ WORK.

TWO YEARS’ WORK.

The reooiwtruotion of Now Street Station, Birmingham, is shortly to be entered upon. The contract for the first section of the work has been let daring the past few days, and an immediate start bo made with the extension of the Qaeen's Hotel, a prominent feature of the scheme. F
13 February 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
UNIONISTS AND HOUSING.

UNIONISTS AND HOUSING.

Sir Arthur Housing Bill secured good place in the ballot yesterday, because of the concerted efforts of members of the Unionist Social Reform Committee. Mr. Harry Hope drew the fortunate number, and be is Scottish representative. this had the immediate consequence of bringing th
13 February 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Thb Rescue Appliances.

Thb Rescue Appliances.

The examination of Mr. Janus Winstone, vicepresident the South Wales Miners’ Federation, was completed, and be was iollu-wed in the witness chair by Edward Gill, working collier, and a member of toe Executive Council of the Federation. He spent some time in the mine after the ex
13 February 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CRITICS OF THE EDUCATION

CRITICS OF THE EDUCATION

DEPARTMENT. MR. PEASE’S REPLY TO TRADE UNION DEPUTATION Replying yesterday to a* deputation from the Parliamentary CommitU-e of the Trades Union Congress, Mr. J. A. Pease (Secretary to the Board Education) said a resolution presented as having been passed by the Trades Union Con
13 February 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE BIRMINGHAM DAILY POST. MONDAY. JANUARY 26. 1914. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS.

THE BIRMINGHAM DAILY POST. MONDAY. JANUARY 26. 1914. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS.

A meeting of the parishioners of Hartlebory was held at Hartlebury Castle ou Saturday, consider the question of organising support in the pansh for Warwickshire bishopric The Bishop Worcester, who presided, said the movement was not. the bishop’s move men: In some dioceses there
26 January 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England