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AMUSEMENTS.

AMUSEMENTS.

Theatre Ruyal, LAiSi WEEK i fclE TWlcx. NIGHTLY SEASON.
06 October 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FORTHCOMING ARTICLES BY MR. HALL CAINE.

FORTHCOMING ARTICLES BY MR. HALL CAINE.

It is learnt the FVees Bureau that Mr. Hall Caine has been allowed visit the greater munition works. The result of his tib ®ovations embodied three articles with the object of showing that the work alreaSy Hone, especially women, in furnishing thewneeds of the troops at the fron
23 October 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
" No Doubt Whatever.”

" No Doubt Whatever.”

No Doubt Whatever.” “It is, course, for the Public Accounts Committee themselves to decide what evidence they wish hear to the expenditure of public money, and it is not for the Minister of Munitions suggest that evidence should be called the work his department. But the facta gi
23 October 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DEFENCE OF THE REALM ACT. Advertisement* In the Situation* Vacant column* from Firms whose businoss consists wholly or mainly n

DEFENCE OF THE REALM ACT. Advertisement* In the Situation* Vacant column* from Firms whose businoss consists wholly or mainly n

engineering shipbuilding or the production of arms, ammunition or explosives, or of substances required for the production thereof are, in order to comply with Regulation (b) of the above Act, subject to the following conditions: 4 person rstitloat more than mile* away alraaiy e
17 October 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DISCHARGED Soldier, elderly, healthy, active. Requires Situation in place of trust; servant: Birmingham district.—Address, J. Higgs, UlleohaU. near Healey-in-Ardea. DRAPSRY.—

DISCHARGED Soldier, elderly, healthy, active. Requires Situation in place of trust; servant: Birmingham district.—Address, J. Higgs, UlleohaU. near Healey-in-Ardea. DRAPSRY.—

Position as Manager Buyer, would live premises; wife assist; thoroughly experienced all departments: good references• active, ineligible; intarview—Address, 8123. Daily Post * DRAUGHTSMAN (structural architectural'! Desires Position good references ineligible.—C Coombs. Brighton
17 October 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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PROVISIONS.

PROVISIONS.

LIVERPOOL.—BACON and HAMS: The market ia eery firm for American bacon, and the demand at full rates. Cnta for Ireland are firm, long clears scarce, and cast prices are repeated. Camber lands are scarce ano firmly held for full prioes, while clear bellies are irmly held a good en
17 October 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PRODUCE.

PRODUCE.

YORK. October 16. Vbmt the United States is »,690,000 bostons, 62,627,000 LmH week and 22,736,000 ago; of maize 4,456,000 boahela, against 5,300.000 and 4,629,000, otf oats 44,292,000 boshela, against 43,338,000 and ■6,210,000; rye 1,732,000 boahela, against 1,420,000 and M 01.0
17 October 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
''BRITAIN FOR THE BRITISH.”

''BRITAIN FOR THE BRITISH.”

Speaking last night Wolverhampton, the prise distribution in connection vrith the Staffordshire County Amateur Bowling Association, Mr. Alfred Bard, M.P., shaded the wax, and said we were hearing great dead certain quarters about peace proposals. There could be only one terminat
17 October 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
QUACKS MUST BE PUNISHED.

QUACKS MUST BE PUNISHED.

In the of Criminal Appeal, before the Lord Chief Justice and Justices Darling and Avory, Harry Burdee, who the Central Orinunal Coun was sentenced twelve months’ hand labour charge manslaughter, appealed agiinst his conviction. Mr. Boome, for the appellant, said his client was t
17 October 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FAJiKJNER AND CHAPMAN IN BIRMINGHAM.

FAJiKJNER AND CHAPMAN IN BIRMINGHAM.

There commenced the Savoy Bflfiard Kooms, Birmingham, yesterday afternoon, billiard match 6,000 between Chapman and PaJkiner, the former being conceded 2,000. The local man was completely off colour. Ho broke down at comparatively easy ghota, and his score for the session ■was o
17 October 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England