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LADIES’ FASHIONS IN WAR TIME.

LADIES’ FASHIONS IN WAR TIME.

the London City Local Tribunal, wholesale manufacturer of ladies’ cue turner, said his partner had joined the navy, that appellant had do the whole the work. The Chairman; We have to consider whether ladies’ mantles are more important than winning the war. Counsel observed that
14 November 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Ofpsb of a Situatios

Ofpsb of a Situatios

of a Situatios As Hatton was leaving the house he told Boughey be coaid get job at the Lye at £5 or £6 a week, which were higher wages than he was receiving . the following Tuesday received the following letter- signed “J. H.”: our inter\iew. I think I can fix the matter up, but
14 November 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PATHETIC SCENES AT RAILWAY

PATHETIC SCENES AT RAILWAY

STATIONS. Amsterdam, November 13. 1.500 persons have been deported. The population is everywhere very agitated. Crowded deportation trains are arriving at Welkenraedt, near the German Irontier. their way to Aachen (Aix-la-ChapeLle). If the frontier between Belgium and Holland we
14 November 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SHROPSHIRE LIGHT INFANTRY

SHROPSHIRE LIGHT INFANTRY

Farr 22-:: C, A. (Shrew*.), i Lowe, 46269, R. C. (Ludlow). dudm:;i . I.' E. (Mansei ( Mcrrley, 2.456, L. J. (Herof’d) 6 LAX. R.-Storer, 18926, H. (Nuneaton). aOBUI'M R.—Hogglua 204"-. - (Baaburyh
17 October 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MOKE TEAM STOPPAGES. BREAKDOWN TICKETS ISSUED.

MOKE TEAM STOPPAGES. BREAKDOWN TICKETS ISSUED.

Further stoppages the Birmingham tramway system occurred yesterday, but the care were not held up for such lengthy periods as was the case last week. In the morning they ceased tunning at ten minutes to eleven, and remained stationary until five minutes past twelve. With this ex
17 October 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
EDUCATIONAL

EDUCATIONAL

Edgbaston high school for girls, ltd.. 34 HAGLEY ROAD, BIRMINGHAM. Chairman: Professor E de SELINCODRT. M.A.. D.Litt. Vice-Chairman: The Rct ROSSLYN BRUCE. D.D. Head Mistress: Miss G. TARLETON YOUNG. M.A.. Girton College. Cambridge; Mediaeval and Modem Larcnages 7'ripos.
09 December 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
34. BEECHWOOD ROAD. WABLEY.

34. BEECHWOOD ROAD. WABLEY.

By direction the Owner, who haa Sold the Residence- Edward l. stevexs champion" win Sell Auction, MONDAY. December 18. Eleven o'clockthe Capital » HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Excellent Upncht lion Grand PIANOFORTE, the Walcott Piano Co.: CHINA. GLASSWARE. ELECTRO-PLATE, and Miscellaneo
09 December 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HAG LET CATTLE -MARKET, MONDAY NEXT, December 11. 12-30 o'clock-40 Pat CATTLE 520 SHEEP. 200 PIGS. CALVES, &c. A. E-

HAG LET CATTLE -MARKET, MONDAY NEXT, December 11. 12-30 o'clock-40 Pat CATTLE 520 SHEEP. 200 PIGS. CALVES, &c. A. E-

CHAPPELL, Auctioneer. Brotnbgrove.
09 December 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PAETSEESHIPS.

PAETSEESHIPS.

ACTIVK Interest Wanted »n «maU Manufacturing or Agency B'is i.esa. Will mircdi’ce moasrate capital on ’/i. Va. '/; share basis; twelre years' .management, bos:ness organ-.satioa and advertising- Pr'.ncipal* only. -Address, 75. Daily Post. ACTIVi. or Sleeping Dircotorealp occurs
09 December 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ARRANGEMENTS FOR MUNITION

ARRANGEMENTS FOR MUNITION

WORKERS. The question of the exact procedure to be followed with reference to monition workers' holidays at Christmas has been referred to the Ministry of Munitiona. The recent announcement that two additional days’ holidays should be granted baa been taken as a compulsory order
09 December 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England