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PORTLAND PLACE AND REGENT STREET, W.

PORTLAND PLACE AND REGENT STREET, W.

FAMILY-HOTEL '-OF THE PlfcST RANK. EONDON. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. A Distinctive HIGH-CLASS HOTEL. Absolutely Unique Situation. HOTEL WESTBOURNE, lIT. IJ7. 1311, West bourne Terrace, Hyde Park. W. Bed Ruoms, snacicus Lounge. Draw and Billiard Rooms. Unequalled Cuisine. Terms from
24 September 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
EDUCATIONAL

EDUCATIONAL

COLLEGE BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS-KINDERGARTEN D'EPT. TEE VALE. WAKE GREEN. The AUTUMN TERM COMMENCED WEDNESDAY. 22nd. Prep* ration lor ,;i Um»ei».tJ and Oaaie* Field.— Principals t POLE TQMtYH. -V.. >• •‘f.* *«• * Xs« r** • A,
24 September 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HOUSES ETC-, WANTED TO PURCHASE.

HOUSES ETC-, WANTED TO PURCHASE.

COTTAGE Wanted to Purchase, Mansion Green or near, up to £2oo.—Address, full particulars. G 2t5. Daily Post. SMALL Frcca.iid Villa .or pair), any part Bristol Rd. districts.—Write, price, 47, Green Lane, Small Heath. WANTED, immediately, four bed rooms, about £5OO. rent. Sutton
24 September 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MEDICAL,

MEDICAL,

Pod Required as Nurse-Attendant during S apery Home hours; highest ref recces from 11-igoc.i.vu doctors; Ix-ku kept il required.—Address. 154, Duly Post. 11. j-x < *irjn. Q'lad’.ant. uea.- i: . mar eca and parks; maternity, medical, a—s received.—Apply, Matron. 12. Victoria PERI
24 September 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Birmingham’s Comprehensive Scheme.

Birmingham’s Comprehensive Scheme.

Birmingham had, of course, been the home of a great many social and philanthropic movements in the past, and it was right and fitting it should become the home in a peculiar sense and peculiar degree this new thought, of this new understanding the importance laying sound physica
24 September 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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EXHALL PIT DISASTER.

EXHALL PIT DISASTER.

CORONER’S ENQUIRY OPENED. The inquest upon the victims of the fire at Exhall Colliery, near Nuneaton, on Tuesday, was opened at the Parish Offices, Bedworth, yesterday, Dr. C. W. Iliffe, the Coroner for North Warwickshire. It will be remembered that after the fire the bodies of
24 September 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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24 September 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Infantry.—Service Battalions.

Infantry.—Service Battalions.

North'd Fus.—Temp. Lieut. E. 0. Mason to temporary captain, and is transferred the General List for service as brigade machine-gun officer (Aug. 18). R. "War. R.—Temp. Capt. J. P. Smith relinquishes his commission (Sept. 24); Temp. Sec. Lieut. J. Drew relinquishes his commission
24 September 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CRYPTIC EPISCOPAL LETTER TO HIS

CRYPTIC EPISCOPAL LETTER TO HIS

PEOPLE. The German wireless report received yesterday includes the following:— The new Archbishop Gnesen-Posen Dalbor has issued his first episcopal letter, saying:— The world’s timepiece is striking hours immeasurable importance for the fate of nations, the Church and religion,
24 September 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
OILS DULL.

OILS DULL.

Quiet and uninteresting conditions prevailed in the South African Mining market, the volume of business being of limited dimensions. Government areas, however, continued prominent, and appreciated to 255. 9d. Apart from this the tendency was eomewhat irregular, with small declin
24 September 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England