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PROPOSED UNION OF SMALL BENEFICES.

PROPOSED UNION OF SMALL BENEFICES.

The Bishop Norwich has introduced into the House of Lords bill for the union benefices. Its object is to facilitate onions by removing some the existing conditions, and providing means for a fuller review of caeca in which anions appear advisable. The bill does not apply the Met
2 July 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TWO REASONS FOR BEING IDLE.

TWO REASONS FOR BEING IDLE.

the Birmingham Children's Court yesterday a youth of 15 gave as his reason for being out work that he could not get a job which the money was good enough. He conarideped was worth £2, but waa offered £1 or 24fi In fining him LOs. for gambling the Chairman (Mr. S. E. Short) sugge
4 October 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MOTORS AND MOTORING. (Specially Contributed.)

MOTORS AND MOTORING. (Specially Contributed.)

4 October 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TUMULT (Ready Shortly) THE MAN WHO LOST HIMSELF (3rd Edn.) BRIDGET (2nd Edn.) JOYCE (2nd Edn.) WINGS TRIUMPHANT (2nd Edn.)

TUMULT (Ready Shortly) THE MAN WHO LOST HIMSELF (3rd Edn.) BRIDGET (2nd Edn.) JOYCE (2nd Edn.) WINGS TRIUMPHANT (2nd Edn.)

YELLOW ENGLISH (7th Large Edn.) HUTCHINSON’S NEW NOVELS By GABRIELLE VALLINGS Author BINTTW'BED and Hoary Kiagaliey). By H. DE VERE STACPOOLE By B. M. CROKER By CURTIS YORKE By CECILIA HILL By DOROTA FLATAU
4 October 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THREE MTDLAED ESTATES.

THREE MTDLAED ESTATES.

The Right JTon. Cecil Theodore Weld, sth Forester, of Willey Perk, Salop, who died November 21, left estate valued at £73,141. The privilege of wearing his bat in the Royal w<as conferred upon ancestor the family a grant from Henry VIII. Testator left £20,000 in trust for his wi
4 October 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CATTLE.

CATTLE.

BfR KJF.N'EE.VD.—Thero were »bout bead onttl* landed, but those will not bo put und<T e.l location until todev (Saturday). LEICESTER.—At the fair 1.500 bead cattle were thowa; condition good all round. Trade for auperior lot* tit for finishing this year, but prioee were £1 £1 Mf
11 May 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE NINETEENTH CENTURY

THE NINETEENTH CENTURY

AND AFTER. o ™ 1 OCTOBER. Fr»nc«; Aind the P<ace Preteno® MnanMm. ** FrtncU Gnbbhe. Irekioß Dtoaua®: (|) bel«ad, Amwic®, «Dd Ui® W®r. _ _ , , Joeoph E. Fuher. Tb® jr®di®r»! Opportunnv. a £*fht Hon lb® i*rl K.p. N«w SUndifd Price h>r Gold. By Luicelot LW®r. DiTin® And Faith. By M
4 October 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LONDON LETTER.

LONDON LETTER.

Loudot, Thureday Kight. Good Newe. “How very heartening the news is now,” exclaimed to me to-night one very close touch with affairs ; “and how very much more of the same kind is to oome very soon.” That is the I feeling all round here at this moment, and I though there little o
4 October 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE BIRMINGHAM DAILY POST. SATURDAY. MAY U. 1918.

THE BIRMINGHAM DAILY POST. SATURDAY. MAY U. 1918.

-PKnUtlon w«r. dull, -rtli towtaaoj. op*p«: Mi* *pot *t fc. 3’dd. to to. SHd. b*j»r., JUt *t to. •od ~U«». Jm* *■ toid. to. 3*d. boj««, «t to. «ttd. mhM, JoJjJtooMBtCT M to- M. to. «td. *nd bojm. October-Deoenibw At 2b. M. afl*l buyieri. Ribbed s®ook«<l Bb«*t oo the opot .old *t
11 May 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
RATES OF EXCHANGE.

RATES OF EXCHANGE.

The appended table give# the nominal rata of exchange on London from the principal oommarcial centre*, the previous quotations being added, also thoee of July. 1914, for the purpose of comparison
11 May 1918 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England