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D. HIGGINS. Manager.

D. HIGGINS. Manager.

BLACK POOL.-The LAXSDaWiNE Private Hotel. A hsgh-clasa Residential Rotei|, lacing the aea -North Prom. Luxurious Lounge, 6»aU Table* Elec trio Light.— Write lor tariff.-Mrs. HARDLVTY. Tel 514- BLACKPOOL. -THE PARK HOUSE, Claremont Park. Facing the Sea. Best, most Modern Resident
06 July 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PUBLIC COMPANIES. REPORTS AND DIVIDENDS.

PUBLIC COMPANIES. REPORTS AND DIVIDENDS.

Prkin Syndicate. —According to the interim report, work ii proceeding satisfactorily at the mines, considering the present abnormal conditions. The Fa Chung Corporation, established last year as combination of Chinese and European interests for disposing of the output the syndoc
06 July 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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06 July 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
A NEW DEFENCE OF THE REALM BILL.

A NEW DEFENCE OF THE REALM BILL.

HOW THE MINISTRY OF MUNITIONS TOOK OVER LAND. moving tb« second reading of the Defence of the (Acquisition of Land) Bill, Dr. ADDISON (Parliamentary Secretary, Munitions) Urge sums of public money had been spent Admiralty, the War Office, and the Ministry Munitions in hut*, •bed
06 July 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Police Methods Described.

Police Methods Described.

The care exercised by the police in matters where observation has be made under difficult circumstantes was explained to a representative of the Daily Post Mr. J. E. Hill (prosecuting solidtor) yesterday. "The proceedings,” he said, “are initiated under the Order by thaftpuperin
06 July 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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CITY POLICE AND AMBULANCE WORK

CITY POLICE AND AMBULANCE WORK

Eighty-seven first-aid certificates and 68 gratuities and awards were distributed to members of the Birmingham Police Force in the Council Chamber yesterday. During last year 147 members submitted themselves for examination in firat-aid work, and 144 passed the test. Of the 1,15
06 July 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DANGER OF WAR AVERTED.

DANGER OF WAR AVERTED.

WiSHIKGTOK, July S. President Carranza's Note, which was handed Mr. Lansins, Secretary of State, to-day, is brief and .conciliatory. It assured the United States President Carranza’s desire to reach friendly adjustment of the difficulties with the United States, and says that th
06 July 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Great News ! RE-BUILDING SALE TO-DAY And During Week. RACKHAM & CO., Arcade & Temple Row, BIRMINGHAM

Great News ! RE-BUILDING SALE TO-DAY And During Week. RACKHAM & CO., Arcade & Temple Row, BIRMINGHAM

06 July 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
OUT TO-DAY.

OUT TO-DAY.

Bikmingham W eeklt P ost. *H£ LATE KING LEWANIKA: A MONSTER MON ARC US CONVERSION. “KEEP SMILING.”' BY* GEO. ROBEY. Freely portrait gallery of local
29 July 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PREPARATORY SCHOOL.

PREPARATORY SCHOOL.

Jg DOB ASTON ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS GAINED JUNE, 1018: L. H. CROSSKEY. SEDBERGH; J. F. CROWDER, at LANCING; H. R RIDGWAY. at RUGBY; 8. D. ISAACS, CLIFTON. W. J P RIDGWAV. M.A.. Master. MOSELEY COACHING SCHOOL, Blenheim Road, Birmingham.-C. W. KPA’WORTH, 8.A.. Day and Evening Clas
29 July 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England