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SHIRLEY HARDWARE AND

SHIRLEY HARDWARE AND

lOppoci-te the Plume ol Feathers. Shirley.> JOSEPH WOOD. THIS DAY (Friday), Twelve o’clock, without any reserve— LARGE STOCK OF CHINA. GLASS. AND HOUSEHOLD HARDWARE. Dinner. Tea. and Coffee Service*, expensive Chamber Sets, Vni-» Ornament*. Div Lee. Plate*. Jug* Baeme, and Siucc
26 March 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

TO CORRR3PONDENTS.—AH for pablir«riofl ccust be by the the wnter, not ne<vM>anlj for pub'icotioc. but for the information the K-l.tor We <in<>«er queation* for rej;ul.r readers and on the iinderatancLnii that we fciwepi liability so their aocuraoy ■ft*'** •*“ be aiuwer*<d by .et
26 March 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WAR-TIME TIPS For Soldiers and Civilians, fid. neb.

WAR-TIME TIPS For Soldiers and Civilians, fid. neb.

CANADA AND THE WAR. Walter Haydon. fid. nftt. Arrowsmilh. THY SON UVETH; Vision of the W*r. W. E. Caie. 6d. net. Nisbot. TALES FROM TICE By Junes W Herries. Is. net. Hodgo. EVERY WOMAN’S FLOWER GARDEN. By iUry Hampden. ss. net. Jenkins. THE BOOK OF HARDY FLOWERS. By H. H. Thomas
26 March 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WORK FOR DISABLEID SOLDIERS AND

WORK FOR DISABLEID SOLDIERS AND

It is officially stated that the Committaa appointed the President of the Local meut Board to consider the qaestdoa of the employment of disabled saiJore and have bald several meetings and hope to able to present their report an early date- PEER’S HOUSE DESTROYED BY FIRE. Philor
26 March 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
the fate of the

the fate of the

U 29. BELIEVED to have BEEN SUNK. ALL THE CREW LOST. fight for the USJOIv PASS. DUTCH steamer sunk BY GERMANS. STRENGTH OF FRENCH ARMY. It was announced last night that the Admiralty have good reason to believe the German submarine U29 has been sunk with all hands. is the vessel
26 March 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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FRENCH WOMAN SPY SHOT.

FRENCH WOMAN SPY SHOT.

Pabib, March 25. The "Journal ** publishes the following telegram from Luneville: —Marguerite Schmidt (31), native ;of Thiaucourt, in the district Toni, who was condemned death court-martial Saturday | for spring, was shot on Monday in the presence of troops drawn up under arms.
26 March 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CYCLE, MOTOR, Paid. £o. Abi»fdon-Ecce..- AuHia, Fret, 1%.. 1 Motor 1 Bluemel Brofl 1 Ditto. Pref., 7%.. 10/0 Bowden Brake

CYCLE, MOTOR, Paid. £o. Abi»fdon-Ecce..- AuHia, Fret, 1%.. 1 Motor 1 Bluemel Brofl 1 Ditto. Pref., 7%.. 10/0 Bowden Brake

Brampton Bros. PL 1 Calcott Brothers .. 1 Clmt Ul'tor, Prf. 1 Coin poneuus 1 Ditto, Def. I/0 Coventry Premier.. Ditto. Pre£.,7»i% 1 ft Co. (1905) 1 Ditto, Pref. ord.. '0 Ditto, Deb., 5%.. 1 Dion-Bootoo. .. I Knfleld Cycle I St'ag Humber Ditto, FreL.b^.. James Cycle Leyland Motor
26 March 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
AMERICAN IRON TRADE. WAR MATERIAL FOR EUROPE.

AMERICAN IRON TRADE. WAR MATERIAL FOR EUROPE.

A cablegram received yesterday from the “Iron Trade Review,” Cleveland, Ohio, states: Pig-iron contracts aggregating 200,000 tons have been placed with Buffalo turnaccs low prices. Foreign demand tor lathes continues very strong Steel Corporation activity totals 70%. Stack* blas
26 March 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
sacceasfurij employer and employe must place eitisonsbip before anything elee.” (Applause.) “I can only hope übat apirii eril] prevail. We

sacceasfurij employer and employe must place eitisonsbip before anything elee.” (Applause.) “I can only hope übat apirii eril] prevail. We

vill not go Ireland with view to sgitatiog the men or trying to stir up strife. We will peacemakers. (Applause.) I hope that before this day you wiil be able to know that have met the Irioh managers and have enabled the Irish railwuymen enjoy hat which is justly their right.” (A
26 March 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE JUSTICES’ DECISION.

THE JUSTICES’ DECISION.

The making of the new order was announced at special Licensing Sessions held yesterday at the Victoria Courts. Mr. Gerald Beesly (the chairman of the justices) said the Licensing Committee had been in consultation with the Chief Constable regarding the limitation of hoars. He an
26 March 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England