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COTTON.

COTTON.

raw TOM. taBOCM «u roporW tt« wWle Southern maricfta haw fi Wilminptan. and Anrujta each re port inf *“* The acTere ©old w«tp hM read orcr 11 and general heary Iroetn have bten adT*cu all parto gin** Colton. ™« „S, Roc.ipt.nt port, (b01.,) »155 23).0« 1 ‘iS SSS jifiWMARKET RACES
29 October 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
The abov* bav» anivad.

The abov* bav» anivad.

TV. HOOOHTON WO oon. Do,. 4,15 * • PRRCIVA J J«rr>« 4 '“r * b»u,t « r t “'J' .O Peek 3 J Do wood 3 Hi!;lrTY' i^,^rr rMI * < i -Mr "St < snioN 7 00™. . J j, i!rTl \ * 1
29 October 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE LATEST GERMAN TARN.

THE LATEST GERMAN TARN.

Amstiedam. October 23. Th« r Frankfurter Zeitung” publishes short deecription tbc* prisoners camp, the Sennelager, which is situated not far from Beilefeld. Regarding the employment of prisoners, it saye the greatest has been taken net' to interfere with local trade. Some of the
29 October 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HOITSEB AID LAID TO LET. >—» UmAm AJUy. _ Uirw‘recepUoa, bad rooms, sods. Soot £75. would Soil—W. distance Jrom csl/.’

HOITSEB AID LAID TO LET. >—» UmAm AJUy. _ Uirw‘recepUoa, bad rooms, sods. Soot £75. would Soil—W. distance Jrom csl/.’

Only B«na«U « HUI. M m, M-J rac«s>iioD. lour bed room*; w »a»um.—FliM Bob. U. STO N.-Conveaient and gaiM Hoiwt three ntting. five bed rooms; *»*dcn.- Cotta«e. Mbhern WelU. EDGB.4STOyT3M. I'irehore JUJ.. Can roomed beck end tow »f. A.VDSUOKTIt-To Let Sold. Fnaiifcr tkree room*, b
21 April 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
A NTlQDEB.—Prir»fce CoU«ctor lor Ampoml Old Oak Cup .hL board, China., ic.—lo7, Oouffa Bd., Birmingham. ART- MET AX. Work Wrooaht-lroo

A NTlQDEB.—Prir»fce CoU«ctor lor Ampoml Old Oak Cup .hL board, China., ic.—lo7, Oouffa Bd., Birmingham. ART- MET AX. Work Wrooaht-lroo

Fodowc, lUAm«B. OaAaa, boaiharro w*. Win« Boa. and Br.cht Note Iron OaaUnAji kc.. Barliaa, Jon«. and Ltd.. Woirorhuaptaia and Oanaon Bt.. London. E.O. Catntocuaa troo. Wira. Who NottiaK.; bright ti'aned J3 Wira: Mscbiftery. Window, and Gnardc. and all kinds ol Florist Hundne*. T
21 April 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
APARTMENTS.

APARTMENTS.

ladiss or gentlemen to home, lacing park. Hands worth—Addrcsa. 576. Daily INist. PABT.HKNT3 or Board-Rosidenoe in home two Ladies; York Rd. Edgbavtoo.-Address. 131. Dally Post. A PARTMRNTS. gentlsraen; ruoeu and kraakfaaU Ifls 6d..
21 April 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MOSELEY-TYRES

MOSELEY-TYRES

Tkia wtffr, referird in the Fjn*aci«r ** meneetiy «tmuThtion**rd,” bow open, sad sffonk to directly iatorseted in Plsattttkiß ruMw opportunity put its qosUtws to pncticsl teat. TIOTISO PLANTATION RUBBKE TTREB. MOSELEY MOTOR. As tostsaoe the quality tyres msde entirely from Plant
21 April 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
large increase in hjchw. EXPENDITURE^ . * .1 . ■

large increase in hjchw. EXPENDITURE^ . * .1 . ■

large increase in EXPENDITURE^ . * . ■ The County adopted estimate* involving rates tit* amount of 3d. in taking the chairman's budget, t&e (9* Highways and Education Committees'* Jdr, F. W. B. Oripps of. Commirtefc) «*kl submitted larger than any annual e*tima;es pp*v forward, a
21 April 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
The Stage for (< Suggestions.’*

The Stage for (< Suggestions.’*

Sir Henry Craik has given notice to put to the Prime Minister a question of considerable importance with reference to the future course of the Home Rule Bill. He will ask what will b© the procedure at the “suggestions” stage; whether the suggested amendments which are not to be
21 April 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
she ought not. hy parity of reasoning, t>e

she ought not. hy parity of reasoning, t>e

into having Home Rale. On the evidence of remaikable letter sent to him Welsh rector, claimed that the Welsh cleriiy were oecretly in favour of Di it, and held the view that the bill would the Church. He sought to justify disendowment Tjy drawing distinction between the medieval
21 April 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England