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WAR REFUGEES’ FUND.

WAR REFUGEES’ FUND.

Mr. F. W. Eat cliff, of the Birmingham Mad District War Refugees' Fund, nclcnowlodges additional to the amount of 55., the pnx.cjpal amount being £7 ss. Id. from his Honour Judge Amphlett (collected Wyohboid UallJ. The total amount contributed to tbo Rowley Regis Relief Fund is
06 October 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GUARANTEE OF FUTURE

GUARANTEE OF FUTURE

SUCCESSES. GENERAL JOFFRE’S MESSAGE TO RUSSIAN COMMANDER. Paris, October 5. The Grand Dube Nicholas has sent the Minister War. for oommonication to General Joffre, a telegram announcing his victory at Au<ru»tovo. General Joffre, in his own and in that of tho French Armj, replied
06 October 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NEARER SERAJEVO.

NEARER SERAJEVO.

SERBO-MONTENEGRIN troops in TOUCH WITH THE OUTPOSTS. Nisn, October 4. The Serbian and Montenegrin troops yesterday approached the of night the enemy’s monitors bonbarded and the positions sarroundmg it. Belgrade has not been bombarded for some days. The following Bemi-o«cial wae
06 October 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TEN THOUSAND WOUNDED REMOVED

TEN THOUSAND WOUNDED REMOVED

, Bjslcium. October 3. Military departures from Brussels during the past week have amounted to a scuttle, showing how uncertain of events are the General Staff Whareas last Sunday the city was full of soldiore yesterday and for some previously the 39th Land wear Regiment were th
06 October 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DUTCH STEAMER SUNK BY A MINE.

DUTCH STEAMER SUNK BY A MINE.

Lloyd’s telegraphing yesterday, States the Dutch steamer from for JlarWrogm, struck mine and foundered the North Sea Saturday last. • The crew were landed at tiha lugger Sunday nlghA
06 October 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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REPORTS AND DH^IDENDS.

REPORTS AND DH^IDENDS.

Railways and Trading.— There is profit for twelve months ended March 31 last of £104.011 After payment of debenture interest and the interim vidends there remains a balance credit of net revenue account of £54.862. From this has to deducted the dividend of 4% paid on the “A” sto
06 October 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MANCHESTER BANKERS’ CLEARING.

MANCHESTER BANKERS’ CLEARING.

Tba Kmouata paasiag M»ndi««lor CSearing-house last week, the week were compared with £9.056,596 the corresponding week last year. The decline the heaviest that has been recorded in week su>ie the war began.
06 October 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FORM OF APPLICATION.

FORM OF APPLICATION.

Messrs. Morgan, Grenfell & Co-22, Old Broad Street, London, Gentlemen,—l/we £ a deposit of £5 per oooS. on £ York Ontroi and Hadsoo Eimr Beakroad nmnpar.y Ocer~ flterlln* Notei. miaM to .ust* ol the Notes, and 1, acrea the same ary .mrMinl you may allot to me;os epoa t«« lerros
06 October 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WALMLEY MEDAL.

WALMLEY MEDAL.

Ditision I. Gross, ffcap. Net. F. S. Doody 11 ... 72 J. Aston 87 11 ... 76 R. Willard ... 88 10 . . 78 R. O. Burgeas 86 7 ... 79 Dmsios II J. Allday 87 ... 71 F. T. Dal ison 93 20 ... 73 R. Onions 24 ... 75 E. Adams 92 16 ... 76 A. Dowell ..... 92 ... 76 A. D. Mackay 95 ... 77 P
06 October 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Arrival at Sutton,

Arrival at Sutton,

On detraining at Sutton one could sec a wave of earnestness sweep over the battalion. They were no longer a crudely-ordered mass of high-spirited men, bat disciplined assemblage of soldiers. It was inspiring to see how quickly they fell in with the mood of their new calling, mar
06 October 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England