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EDUCATIONAL

EDUCATIONAL

COLLEGE, QCINTON, BIKMINGUAU. HICH-CLASi SCHOOL FOR BOYS. preparation foe ATTENTION GIVEN TO BACKWARD BOYS. AND HEALTHY SITUATION. MODERATE AND INCLUSIVE TERMS. BOYS MAY ENTER ANT TIME. 11l .tinted Pro* pec to* end TMtlmomala. ko.. from Ibe Heed T. J STEWART HOOSON, RA. £DGB.U>T
31 December 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
EDUOATIONAL.

EDUOATIONAL.

HANDWRITINQ. Shorthand. Typewriting laTtwy .Book^P 111 *' Ot&oe Routine. Commercial Taition aU •übjeots.-Piaspectus: Bylria oTßitm! * '* hole- Oommorcial ScWl. Norfolk Boos^aS OoT«rn«i : knowledge of kindergnrtsn. BMkJ salary. Clrorcfa Rd.. T3EQOIRED. daily. Young Lady, tor wren
31 December 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SITDATIOSS V&aAJf(«wai

SITDATIOSS V&aAJf(«wai

(JonioO Um B*ilw«r AJiamiK)* Co . 57. Row ttirnun*£uMn.-Appluaiuon Vo b* m *ad dtU<ored &ot i*ur u»m aexv. »t*unj «f«, huso red. tad MPonoo— >ny>. | xLKRK W^iitad; quick —ApplJ. Jobs v-* B. *od Braaucro**. _ fMJULK Wmiml, •boa, 11 Join w, V/ «o(uia«na tad g»od pittopacu.—Aadrt*.
31 December 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BATHING IN BIRMINGHAM.

BATHING IN BIRMINGHAM.

The Baths Committee report that during the rear ended March 31 last the number of persons who Dead the various bathing establishments belonging the Corporation, including the cottage bathe, was 1,251,856, and the receipts ©mounted to £10,547 ss. Id. The number of bathers in the
31 December 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DAILY ARTILLERY SUCCESSES.

DAILY ARTILLERY SUCCESSES.

From the Uiae to the west of Aigonne. firstly between the Oise and the Aisne, our artillery obtained appreciable success, comprising the destruction of machine gun and the look-out station near Tracy-le-Val on the 16th, barricade in the region cf Vailly on the I9th, howitzer on
31 December 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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A VETERAN MAGISTRATE.

A VETERAN MAGISTRATE.

VETERAN MAGISTRATE. Mr. Henry Frederick Smith, •'father’* the Hull magisterial bench, died yesterday in his scveatty-mirtih year. Teas made a justice of the peace 1875.
31 December 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM WEEKLY POST

BIRMINGHAM WEEKLY POST

The “WEEKLY POST” (founded in 1825 as the “Birmingham Journal”) is the best known weekly paper in the kingdom. It contains a carefully com- piled record of the week’s home, foreign, and local news, fully illus- trated by photographs. In addition there are a number of interesting
31 December 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Birmingham Dailj Post. AMMPAL COMMEICHAL SUIPIPLEMEMT.

Birmingham Dailj Post. AMMPAL COMMEICHAL SUIPIPLEMEMT.

Birmingham Dailj Post. ‘THE YEAR’S TRADE. Üblto thiit th» total Tolumo our foreign trade ta A-ugTMt, October and November was lea than in the correepooding portion Q§ Ang. Iko Sov. S9, Dec. compered Per 4 1914. 1913. Import* £194,990,318 £€2,568,362 84.2% Exporto 104,088.808 73,0
31 December 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NORTH-WEST OF ENGLAND.

NORTH-WEST OF ENGLAND.

The hematite iron trade of Barrow-in-Furness district has had somewhat checkered career during 1014. Tbe trade was not particularly brisk in the first seven months year, daring which average twenty furnaces were kept in blast; but in the beginning of August revival set in, and s
31 December 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ACTIVE SERVICE COMPENDIUM,

ACTIVE SERVICE COMPENDIUM,

With Writing Paper, Envelopes, Blotter, Pencil, and Calendar. . ALSO (ONTAINB A SIMPLE FRENCH VOCABI 7 LARY indispeneible when on active sonic& Made up Book Form suita►le for the Pocket. PRICE (?1) EACH. No Territorial should be without one. Bee our MONSTER PACKETS of NOTEPAPER
31 December 1914 - Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette - Leven, Fife, Scotland