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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR SALE.

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR SALE.

PIANO and Organ Bargains Riley s. Constitution Hill Fine-ioned Steinhar! upright Grand, overstrung, •p. damp action, condition almost new ; rd Piano, an •■>:•■ lionalb- fine toned instrument: R.l.v upright Grand. ha; M.- case. fin. tone; Bell pipe-top Organ, with steps, swe.la,
09 July 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
APABTMENT3.

APABTMENT3.

BACHELOR , with Furnished House in Edgbaeton, Wishes quiet Gentleman Shore comfortable Home and Servant.—Address. U 107, Daily Post. BED-SITTING well-appointed ocraso; suit superior attendance; Eds barton. Address, 144, 24 and 26. Bd., Edgbaaton, near Five ways.—First-class Bear
09 July 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
.. n, Midland Shoprty ’

.. n, Midland Shoprty ’

.. n, Midland f TO-DAY. fa uJ adoitionai bargains and further REOUSTIONS IN P3IGE. fij]i FOfl yfl/S ONLY. r 121 COLCUPED SILKS. DRESS FABRICS. i~l , Fnncy Chiffon Taffeta Botany Sultui j—all wool (Lri Mika; Stripes, Cheeks, —in of Base. r IjJI I‘lajdi Plain Colon Bottle Gi> on, ,
09 July 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FIXED PRICES FOR MEAT.

FIXED PRICES FOR MEAT.

4t the request the Council of the Royal Agricultural Society of England, Lord Strachie drawing attention in the House of Lorde on Wednesday next to the question fixing prices for meat the Food Controller. Lord Rhondda must duferent from most Ministers,” said Lady Rhondda, at New
09 July 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
I THE AIR. T REPRISAL RAIDS 11 THE FRENCH. . MOTHER ATTACK ON LONDON. , GAINS THE RUSSIANS. FIERCE FIGHTING

I THE AIR. T REPRISAL RAIDS 11 THE FRENCH. . MOTHER ATTACK ON LONDON. , GAINS THE RUSSIANS. FIERCE FIGHTING

THE AISNE. t Allied Air Raids. , « j ]he week-end reports from the Frenc quarters describe unusual activity ® L aviation service. As reprisals for the bombing Of open towns, French squadrons B4 machines in all, earned out Ttcvcs, Essen, and ■^hmgshafen, damage works of military
09 July 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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BIG EAID BY ITALIAN AIH

BIG EAID BY ITALIAN AIH

SQUADRON. OVER TWO TONS OF EXPLOSIVES ON MILITARY WORKS. The following Italian communiques were issued during the : Saturday. Reconnoitring parties which attempted to reach our lines were repulsed in the Pasubio area on the slopes of the Piccolo Lagazaoi and in the Vodil (Tolmin
09 July 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
July 1,191-

July 1,191-

09 July 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CASUALTIES AMONG MIDLAND

CASUALTIES AMONG MIDLAND

The following particulars of local men killed have been supplied l : Harry Hall Vincent (22), Worcestershire Regiment, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent, 65, Osborn Road, Sporkbrook. was formerly employed Radnail and Co., Dartmouth Surect. Another brother is serving in the navy
09 July 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
AN IRISH MURDER CHARGE

AN IRISH MURDER CHARGE

A sad story was told Baßaghederrceu S*cfrur- I day, when Michael H-ggins, Co. Mayo, [ was'charged with the murder hia wife, Mery Aune-1 The ton-year-old daughter of the accused told how, after altercation, her father Kit her motiher blow •with a spade, and she wan picked dead. A
09 July 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PERSONAL

PERSONAL

CHARLES ASTON, formerly living in Birmingham, and who was Last heard Malvern Wells in March. ISOB. Butler by occupation. ANY PERSON having any INFORMATION as to his WHEREABOUTS, living, as to his death, is requested OOM.MENJCATE with O. J. WILLIAMS. Solicitor. Cheltenham.
24 July 1917 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England