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HOUSES, CASKIAGES, ETC., FOK SALE.

HOUSES, CASKIAGES, ETC., FOK SALE.

BAKCR'S Cart for Sal«. Cheap. new; fit handj.—»lU>binacq. Now St.. We A Bromwich. LIGHT, fomr-whoe. lock Dollrary V*a, fitted witii shelree —Sh<wryn. A thereto no. GOVBRJS'BjS-CAR, •econd-baiad, ap-to-dete; eqaal to new; *ait cob. Price ooly went* eoon»«—Care's. B rrainxham. LOR
22 April 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM SUCCESSES.

BIRMINGHAM SUCCESSES.

In tbe recent Birmingham Centre Examinations of the Associated Board of tbe Royal Academy of Music and the Royal College of Music, the following candidates satisfied the requirements of the Board: Advanced Grade Honours Certificate. Joseph Detheridge, violin (Mias Z. Wadely). Ad
22 April 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WARWICKSHIRE AGRICULTURAL

WARWICKSHIRE AGRICULTURAL

SOCIETY’S SHOW. ONE-DAY EXHIBITION AT RUGBY. At a well attended meeting of the Council of the Warwickshire Agricultural Society, held at Warwick, the president (Mr. Arthur James) in the chair, dt was deeded to hold a one day’s show only at Rugby, on Wednesday, August 29. in conj
22 April 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Provision xor the Future.

Provision xor the Future.

Provision the Future. Profeswr Ashley said he could not conclude that series of surreys Birmingham conditions in time war expire*.ing satisfaction the attention now beginning to be paid to the need taking advantage of the present prosperity to provide for the future. It would be
22 April 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FORECAST OF THE CROP.

FORECAST OF THE CROP.

The latest forecast of the crop which is now being harvested in India shows an area of 32,148,000 acres under wheat, and an estimated yield of 10.293,000 tons, which in excess of the previous record of 10,061, harvested in 1911, and compares with 27,697.000 acres and 8.427.C00 t
22 April 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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THEFT FROM CLUB-HOUSE AT

THEFT FROM CLUB-HOUSE AT

MERIDEN. Wingate, described as a golf profeakionsJ, of no fixed abode, was charged at Co>*hill, yesterday, stealing from the North Warwickshire Golf Club House. Menden. one bottle whisky, part of a bottle of brandy, and eleven ‘packet* cigarettes, value 11s. 6d., the property of
22 April 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE BIRMINGHAM DAI LY POST. THURSDAY. A

THE BIRMINGHAM DAI LY POST. THURSDAY. A

THE BIRMINGHAM DAI LY POST. THURSDAY. later we are allowed to eee the official correspondence it would seem that the fighting was both heavy and difficult. It was not on a arge scale, certainly, but casualties amounting 17 per cent, of the force of about 400 which employed sugges
22 April 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SULTAN’S ASSAILANT SENTENCED TO

SULTAN’S ASSAILANT SENTENCED TO

DEATH. Caibo, April 21. The Military Court here baa condemned Mohammed Khalil, who attempted to assassinate the Sultan, be This decision has been approved General Maxwell.—Exchange.
22 April 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
[From Our Military CorrespordrnU

[From Our Military CorrespordrnU

Wednesday Lvemwc. tae Bdgo-Duteh frontier closed and all and communication between the wmntries are datetmmadlj arrested. ,o look („ ,? troops ef.iier from L , „ 0r f ™ ti “> the East, kooslcdge tbot fronters wore nduced tire speculation to which 1 ref. rr .; day-namely, that 64
22 April 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
London and Brazilian Bank.

London and Brazilian Bank.

The meeting of the Ixmdon end Brazilian Bank was be* i in London yesterday. Mr. John Beaton, who •r>a:ded, the directors had the astiA/action of able declare the same rate of dividend that the shareholders had received for eome years past, and add. payment of boons of 3%. As feg
22 April 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England