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BARNSLEY HALL ASYLUM.

BARNSLEY HALL ASYLUM.

PROPOSED GOVERNMENT PURCHASE. Mr. Willis Bund had surprise for the members of the Worcestershire County Council, who assembled for special meeting Woroeeter Saturday. He said had been trying frame some scheme submit the committee, which had been formed under the Mental Deficienc
16 February 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Bikmingham 0, Bab.vslet 0.

Bikmingham 0, Bab.vslet 0.

If a spectator chanced to sec only the concluding stages of the Binningham-Barnsley match Saturday his first question would naturally be, "By how many go&lo are Birmingham leading?*’ The homo players hemmed in their opponents the vicinity of the goal, for twenty minutes cent in
16 February 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Tax Chairman's Opposition.

Tax Chairman's Opposition.

The Chairman expressed opposition a scale. He could not bow there could any justice in it. They did not get lb© host people paid in the best way. would much sooner resign from the chairmanship of tho committee than see such injustice done the teachers and the ratepayers. would o
16 February 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE ARREST OF MR. FENNER. EXPECTED ARRIVAL IN LONDON

THE ARREST OF MR. FENNER. EXPECTED ARRIVAL IN LONDON

THIS WEEK. {Central New* Telegram.) Pakis, February 14. Mr. Fenner, the stockbroker who was arrested on Thursday, will be brought before magistrate and questioned as to his identity, and after formalities have been completed he will bo escorted to Boulogne or Calais, where will
16 February 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE BIRMINGHAM DAILY POST. MONDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1914.

THE BIRMINGHAM DAILY POST. MONDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1914.

A BLOW TO TURKEY. THE POWERS’ DECISION AS TO THE JSGEANS. [Rtuttr’a Telegram*.) Constantin lx, February 14. The decision of the Powers with regard to the Island* was communicated the Grand Vixier this afternoon the Marquis de Pallavicini, the Austro-Hungarian Ambassador, doyen o
16 February 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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THE VALUE OF “LOOPING.”

THE VALUE OF “LOOPING.”

Some people maj inclined to look upon looping-the-loop and upside-down flying sheer foolhardiness. Mr. Hucks, the. first British aviator achieve the feat, has, however, otner views upon the matter- On Saturday evening, after he had satisfied the clamorous demands of endless auto
16 February 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CHALLENGE TO A DUEL.

CHALLENGE TO A DUEL.

INCIDENT OF SIR SYDNEY BUXTON S CAREER. The fact has just com© to light that within the past eight years an English Cabinet Minister has received challenge to fight a duel. The story is told by Mr. Denman, M.P- for Carlisle, and formerly secretary to Mr. (now Sir) Sydney Buxton.
16 February 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FIRMNESS OF OIL SHARE*.

FIRMNESS OF OIL SHARE*.

Fxofil-Ukiiij caused weakness in Rubber efbare* for time, but they improved later, and closed with little variation. Oil shares were well supported, particularly Lobitos and North Caucasian. Eagle Transport shares were firmer, despite the new issue; end in Breweries there were g
16 February 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FOREIGN RAILWAYS.

FOREIGN RAILWAYS.

171 174 94 t6 32 40 72 117 118 117 IUSI* 10til 2 98 100 48 60 62 97 102 74 75 34 U £4*4 114ia *4 13*4 14 14 240 245 ll s,l 11784 4 HBI4IB 1 4 18 106 i 4 57
16 February 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
tITISH FUNDS.

tITISH FUNDS.

16 February 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England