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HEALTH OF BIRMINGHAM.

HEALTH OF BIRMINGHAM.

The health of the citizens last week was very satisfactory, the death-rate recorded the medical officer of health being 16.0 per 1,000 of the population, compared with 17.4 in the previous week and 17.8 in the corresponding week year. There were 22 deaths from measles, against 2
26 January 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
the BIRMINGHAM DAILY POST. TUESDAY. JANUARY 26. 1915.

the BIRMINGHAM DAILY POST. TUESDAY. JANUARY 26. 1915.

ANILINE DYE INDUSTRY. BIRMINGHAM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND PROTECTION. THE RAILWAY COMPANIES CRITICISED. In opening the proceedings yesterday’s meeting of the Council of the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce, the Chairman, Mr. H. W. Sambidgc, alluded to a variety of topics which are
26 January 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BRITAIN'S ANSWER TO RECENT RAIDS.

BRITAIN'S ANSWER TO RECENT RAIDS.

Mrebockne. January 25. The Hon. W. M llugbeß, acting as Prime Minister, made the following statement to-day comment tho naval suoocai the North Sea. ** The dentruction of the Blwoher is the British to the enemy’s cowardly and contemptible attack on min and children. The recent r
26 January 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE COMMANDER A PRISONER.

THE COMMANDER A PRISONER.

Edinburgh says wounded and unwounded survivors the German armoured cruiser Hluceber were landed by two British destroyers yesterday morning Victoria Jetty. th. A contingent Red Cross workers with a fleet of motors were awaiting the wounded, and escort was ready receive the priso
26 January 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ERDINGTON TECHNICAL SCHOOL DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES.

ERDINGTON TECHNICAL SCHOOL DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES.

animal dstribution of the of iho Erd Tocbnioal School took place last night, ilr. C. B. Bragg presided. The Head Master reported that steady progress bad been made. The present session bad commenced with 200 students, as against 260 in the previous eemion. One cause which accoun
26 January 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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26 January 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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26 January 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GERMAN TROOPS ON THE FRONTIER.

GERMAN TROOPS ON THE FRONTIER.

GERMAN TROOPS THE FRONTIER. The "Daily Telegraph” Athens correspondent says;—l am informed from Serbo-Roucranian sources that according; to reliahle information in their possession the number of German troops now concentrated on the Serbo-Roumanian frontier amounts to 250,000. Th
26 January 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FOREIGN RAILWAYS.

FOREIGN RAILWAYS.

152 Ante fChl-DABoI. 1314 1314 1514 1324 105 B.Ayres*P.Gt.South. 74 734 74 74 106 Do. Western 72 714 714 714 95 Cen. Arg. Cons 594 594 594 594 49 I.eopoKlina Rly 384 384 384 104 Mexican S% Ist Pref. 50 50 504 65 Do. 6 Pref. 304 30 30 31 144 Barclay A Co., B ... 124 124 124 31 Ca
1 February 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Shopbreaking Charge

Shopbreaking Charge

In the Second Court (before Messrs J. Phillips, L W. and T. Hands), oi'-. labourer; Albert Peal (2A), turner; and Nelli* Mayfield, alias Peal (22), piresa worker, all of 1. tack 37. Glover Street; and Frank Petor Connell were committed to the sessions for trial " being concerned
1 February 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England