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ROYAL LOVE STORIES. EDW ARD ' S first meeting with Queen Alexandra often been described. It was in the Cathedral

ROYAL LOVE STORIES. EDW ARD ' S first meeting with Queen Alexandra often been described. It was in the Cathedral

a t Worms that the Prince of Wales, then only twenty D anish old, sa w and made the acquaintance of the 'anish Princess of sweet seventeen. The encounter was not quite so accidental as it appeared, for some years befo re th e B r iti s h Ambassador at Copenhagen ha d suested Pri
1 June 1915 - Link - London, London, England
 
(High Strcat end)

(High Strcat end)

Ck«Kj Wodoesdai* 1 p.m. Saturday*. ALL DAY. Fob Contbolled Factoby in Midlands, Bibminguam Distbict. one engaged Government work need apply.) Foreman. Charge Hands, and Workmen. TURNERS. FITTERS, GEISUEHS. MILLERS, PLANERS, SHAPERS, TOOL MAKERS, FOE SHELL FACTOBY APPLICANTS MUST
8 December 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FURNISHED HOUSES WANTED.

FURNISHED HOUSES WANTED.

WANTED, rood locality, in ©r n*«r Birmingham, wellfu.nub*d House with about throe four reception rooms eeten family bed rootne; garden, motor aecommodslion. State terms for 6 or 12 months.—Full.’at particolam Arthur Huet, Par* Mills, Aston Croce. Birmingham.
8 December 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SPECIAL RESERVE OF OFFICERS.

SPECIAL RESERVE OF OFFICERS.

F. Staff. R.—Major Iwut.-ooi.) W. J. his temp, rank Major J. Boakell (oapt., retired pay) reeigM i,.#* account iU-hoaJth. aiid iB granted to retain h!a rank and wear preecrlbed uniform iDco. 8). SERVICE BATTALIONS. R. —M;'Jor C. U. Seton iWoro H.) to b«.. and to be temp, lieut.-
8 December 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SUNBEAM

SUNBEAM

Company been co». tinuoua. and is reflected fe the present productions, and also the . COATALEN sUtulard to , supreme Sunbeam can land and the air, THE MOTOR CAR CO., Head Office and Works - - Wolverhampto® Manchester Showrooms - - 112, Deamgate London and Agents for Cer« J. Ke
8 December 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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ORDER BT THE ARMY COUNCIL

ORDER BT THE ARMY COUNCIL

Last night*# " London ” contained an Army Council Order prohibiting the sale motor spirit Ireland any person otherwise than licensed dealer for the purpose of sale cufitomera.exccp: aador the following conditions: (1) That the person whom the motor epirii supplied ahaQ, or befor
8 December 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE DOMESTIC LAUDER. SUPPLIES OF FISH.

THE DOMESTIC LAUDER. SUPPLIES OF FISH.

THE DOMESTIC LAUDER. SUPPLIES FISH. The decrease the price fish which was reported last week being wwU maintained, chieth owing w the comparatively plentiful supplies which are new the market. The figures show but little variation fro® last week Dover solas cow. is. 9d. 2s. W., h
8 December 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Dnseemlt Levitt.

Dnseemlt Levitt.

There still levity in certain quarters, of a kind which was unseemly at crisis like the present. It was fact, commonplace, that even yet the existence of Groat Britain as « force tbe world was stake. The power of this land to of service to world in an influential way was 10-dey
8 December 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Strength to Win

Strength to Win

8 December 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
IRE RESORTS. Our Foreign Trade.

IRE RESORTS. Our Foreign Trade.

The Board of Trade returns for Last month show that the foreign trade oi the United Kingdom continues on immense scale, in spile what is called the new submarine menace. Exports in November well up the average of recent months, and substantially larger for the corresponding time
8 December 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England