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EDUCATIONAL COLI.EGE FOB GIRLS AND •v'LNDERCARTEN. ROAD. BIRMINGHAM. MARY K BAIT.V. Head Mistress: ELEANOR Ififc HA. i Hons,.'. Pupils. Preparation

EDUCATIONAL COLI.EGE FOB GIRLS AND •v'LNDERCARTEN. ROAD. BIRMINGHAM. MARY K BAIT.V. Head Mistress: ELEANOR Ififc HA. i Hons,.'. Pupils. Preparation

for ■stnunanon. FRCEBEL TRAINING DEPARTMENT. COLLEGE BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOB GIRLd—KINDERGARTEN DEPT. THE VALE, WAKE GREEX. &FRTNQ TERM BEGAN JANUARY 23 POLE & TONEYS. OA YEARLY iGiris).—Board, LamdreM, Un*il»h mbje't*. French. Book-keeping, Bhort-I*. M'jß n. Drilling. «pec:
31 January 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Lot 9.—The Skmiltar PROPERTY, Nos. 44 and 46.

Lot 9.—The Skmiltar PROPERTY, Nos. 44 and 46.

Lot 9.—The Skmiltar PROPERTY, Nos. and 46. Lot 10 fin conjunction -with Messrs. Barr, Son, and Thomas). -A Well-letting WEEKLY PROPERTY Six HOUSES. No*. 45 50, Street, Winson Green, producing £7B per annum. Term about seventy-six yearn Ground rent £l2. Lot 11.—An Equally Good Let
31 January 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
IMPORTANT SALE AT MATFDHLiD,” No. 60, EOAH, EDOBASTOX.

IMPORTANT SALE AT MATFDHLiD,” No. 60, EOAH, EDOBASTOX.

31 January 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION. BY

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION. BY

MESSRS. GETMLUY & SON - , «.t the ißesidenoe, as above, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, and THURSDAY NEXT, sth, 6th. and 7>th February, oamm&ncmg Each Day at Eleven o'clock precisely— THE VAIAJABLE MODERN HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Comprising the CONTENTS OF NINE BED CHAMBERS AND TWO DRESSING ROO
31 January 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
550L8. OF FOODSTUFFS FOB THREE

550L8. OF FOODSTUFFS FOB THREE

PERSONS, William'Ainsoow, railway employe, was at Preston, yesterday, fined £25 for food hoarding. The police witnesses said defendant had stored imhis attic and the shelves leading to the cellar 5505b. of foodstuffs for a family of three. The goods included 621b. of sugar, 121b
31 January 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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31 January 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
OF THE LATE

OF THE LATE

Also from FEATHERSTOHE ROAD. KING’S HEATEj MOSELEY, and other aoiircea. HIGH-CLASS FURNITURE, SUPPLIED BY CHAMBERLAIN. KING, k JONES. AN» KEAN & SCOTT. AND BLRD k RAJNE; UPRIGHT GRAND PIANOFORTES, Bn- STETNWAY. fiTEI'NIMiEYEA. RUDOLMEYBR. DAI*
01 January 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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01 January 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
AMERICA’S RECORD EXPORTS.

AMERICA’S RECORD EXPORTS.

Washi.vgtov, December 31. The Department estimates tbat the value of the United States eaqtorts 1917 exceeds $€,000,000,000, constituting a high record. This estimated' that the value of import* for the year is under $3,000,000. The balance trade in favour of the United States p
01 January 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ITALY TO FIGHT ON.

ITALY TO FIGHT ON.

Bovs, December 30. The cntal^a,* , the organ of Baron Sonj>ino. commenting on the conditions peace pat forward by Count Ceernin, mys they are absokrtaly unacceptable to Italy. After the heroic (sacrifice? she has made to free hereelf from the Austrian menace, She would find hers
01 January 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England