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22 September 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Bacon. Beet Butter. Cheese. Ham* fact. LanL

Bacon. Beet Butter. Cheese. Ham* fact. LanL

Bacon. Beet Butter. Cheese. Ham* fact. Cvta. CwU. Cwta. Owta. Cwu. Cwta. Cwta. YaterAay.. 26,368 - 32,252 9,118 - 12,520 Thiaweek.. 75,251 577 30,418 94.940 25,055 871 Thi* y«*r..Lp7J.«»J 7.765 1«£,079 >7,269 161.268 11.801 746,135 Last /oar 574,4 8.150 76,374 6tfj.974 165.838 11
22 September 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HEDNESFORD BREACH OF PROMISE CASE. DAMAGES AGAINST A

HEDNESFORD BREACH OF PROMISE CASE. DAMAGES AGAINST A

HEDNESFORD BREACH OF PROMISE CASE. DAMAGES AGAINST In the Under Sheriff's Court, in Birmingham, yesterday, Miss Mabel Alice Wood, of Cun-nock, awarded £5O damages for breach of promi of marriage by Percy Leak in, 144, Robinson’s Buildings, Mount Street, Hednesford. Mr. J. F Bales
22 September 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WORNIfTG EXPRESS EDITION-*

WORNIfTG EXPRESS EDITION-*

ONE PENNY.
07 September 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Toni | Date.

Toni | Date.

6,604 Sept. 16 6,943 Sept 22 8,631 Sept 50 9,239 Oot 2
07 September 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
COST Clerk, accustomed general engineering work. Required immed.ately. by hrm engaged war work; permanency lor capable man. person already engaged

COST Clerk, accustomed general engineering work. Required immed.ately. by hrm engaged war work; permanency lor capable man. person already engaged

Gorernment work will be engaged.—Write or apply nearest Board of Trade Labour Exchange, mentioning this paper and No. N 21- /COSTUMES and Gowns —Apprentices and Improvers, for show room; dinner and tea provided.—Goodrich, 67, New St,. Birmingham. . CUTTER.— Experienced Lady, lor
07 September 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
A DISPUTE BETWEEN MINERS.

A DISPUTE BETWEEN MINERS.

O’Brien v. Burton was a motion William a collier mechanic, Llwynypia. restrain defendant, George Burton, the miners’ the Llwynypia Oolliery, South Wales, from , -If or attempting induce, the employers -he p* 4l cease employ him. It seems that in January last there had been diffi
07 September 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM SOLDIERS HONOURED.

BIRMINGHAM SOLDIERS HONOURED.

MILITARY CROSS FOR CLERGYMAN’S Acting-Captain E. W. Sheppard, <rf the Royal West Kent Rogiment, attached the Lancashire Fusiliers, baa been awarded the Military Cross. He commanded raid some months ago. which, despite unforeseen obstacles, carried out successfully. was also sent
07 September 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE BELLS OF THE PRO-CATHEDRAL.

THE BELLS OF THE PRO-CATHEDRAL.

To the Editor the Daily Post Sir,—ls it a fact that the of the pro-cathedral church of St. Philip’s cannot be rung owing to the probable damage that might be caused the tower as a result of the vibration, and, if this is so, would it bo possible, to consider the advisability of
07 September 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BRITISH IN POSSESSION OF

BRITISH IN POSSESSION OF

LEUZE WOOD. Th© follow mg despatches were received yesterday from British Headquarters in France: 12.5 p.m. Daring the night oar troops have gained possession of the whole of Leuae Wood, and fighting continues between the wood and Combles village and round Ginchy. The artillery
07 September 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England