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THE BIRMINGHAM LADIES’ CHOIR Mr. WILUAM HENLEY (England's Greatest VlolinfeM. THE JOHNSON PETERS' CHOIR OP 60 VOICES.

THE BIRMINGHAM LADIES’ CHOIR Mr. WILUAM HENLEY (England's Greatest VlolinfeM. THE JOHNSON PETERS' CHOIR OP 60 VOICES.

THE BIRMINGHAM LADIES’ CHOIR Mr. HENLEY (England's Greatest VlolinfeM. THE JOHNSON PETERS' CHOIR OP VOICES. POPULAR PRICES. Plana DALE. FORTY AND CO.. New Street. IRMING-HAM AND MIDLAND EYE HOSPITAL. The ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING the GOVERNORS and SUBSCRIBERS held tb® COMMITTEE ROOM
4 March 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ZONE n. HOTEL ESTABLISHMENTS. ETC.

ZONE n. HOTEL ESTABLISHMENTS. ETC.

LONDON. GOWER HOTEL. Eoaton Sq^ir® Sutnon fGower Street!. Teleereme. Proximity. London.'* Phone North teuton 8k Pencree. end King'* Ctom Stetiooe Bed end Breekfee*. Inolndtng Beth end ettendeooe. from 4* Lift ell floors Oerege. Room* Poetcerd- 120 ROOMS. London. Norfolk hotel. S
4 March 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TALROT, 2fi h.p.: fonr-cyUnder, four speeds and rererae by gate change, two ignitions, Michelin tyree all round, beatxtiltd lands oic<A«

TALROT, 2fi h.p.: fonr-cyUnder, four speeds and rererae by gate change, two ignitions, Michelin tyree all round, beatxtiltd lands oic<A«

body; gasranteed op end c-rder tbronghout; any inspection and trial. £l73.—Apply. Castlo Motor Co. Ltd.. Kldderminater.
4 March 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
T>IRMINUiIAM lor Light Oua.-Sole Wholesale Mid-13 land Ageml for Standards, CaJthorpes. Perry*. Alldaya. li.W.K.’s. Ac.; also in stock, Siegers. Fords.

T>IRMINUiIAM lor Light Oua.-Sole Wholesale Mid-13 land Ageml for Standards, CaJthorpes. Perry*. Alldaya. li.W.K.’s. Ac.; also in stock, Siegers. Fords.

Calcotta, SwilU, Humbe-ettei. Distrtot Agencies appointed.—P. J. Ev»ns, 07-91, John Bright X& Minor, immediate dclirery from stock, free vy tuition; free dohrery Price ICO guineas. Coupe 200 guineas; sole wholesale agent (or the Midlands; diatriot agencies appointed.—P. J. Evans
4 March 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TDAKERS.-Waaited, 70mm *5 ln >l,l"*f>liT, “ JJ dolircv with h«td U«k*; r»d ■ ••0. M.« – m«nt Rd.

TDAKERS.-Waaited, 70mm *5 ln >l,l"*f>liT, “ JJ dolircv with h«td U«k*; r»d ■ ••0. M.« – m«nt Rd.

TDAKERS.-Waaited, *5 >l,l "* T, JJ dolircv with U«k*; r»d ■ ••0. M.« - m«nt Rd. and Co nfection***-—Second JJ a-sfiL*fc aaed machmeir. Forega-tc, Stafford. BAKERS, -3t»pqptahhi yony Man HaoM, tor bake)k «ise tieliror; ■aualactorr nUr*ncr» —flmWh. Wahail Wf * XJAKEI Jt> lor requir
4 March 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
REDUCE YOUR WEIGHT. ▼erj unwelconva condition, when Blender figures are resder 'this paper has 'omo people put on® thoM whoso

REDUCE YOUR WEIGHT. ▼erj unwelconva condition, when Blender figures are resder 'this paper has 'omo people put on® thoM whoso

weight u don’t try stanrs yourself, to your chemist and get oil take one with each meal. Ui« oxygon-carrying power fatty tissue, many . one lb. per day. sure capsule form. sold only KMK
4 March 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
A CLAIM FOR MONEY LENT.

A CLAIM FOR MONEY LENT.

In the King’s Bench Division, yesterday—before Mr. Commissioner English Harrison—Mr. Albert Bernhard Hausen, company director formerly carrying business at 83-86, Exc3tango Buildings. Birmingham, and now living in Ventnor, and trading in London, sued Mr. Howard S. Vcllinghousen.
4 March 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
APPOINTMENTS.

APPOINTMENTS.

The Lord Mayor presided, and announced that *n order had been received from the Home Secretary authorising the Council under Section 66 of the Mental Deficiency Act, iai3, appoint the committee for the care of the mentally defective constituted under the Act, to be the Visiting
4 March 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Turner, Ward, J. White, fun., and Cates. Against the amendment (70): The Lord Mayor, Aldermen Aston, Bewlay, Bird, Black ham,

Turner, Ward, J. White, fun., and Cates. Against the amendment (70): The Lord Mayor, Aldermen Aston, Bewlay, Bird, Black ham,

Bowater, Boooks,. Clayton, Dexter, Edwards, Jepboott, Sir O. H. Kenrick, Lloyd, Pritchett, Sanders. Sayer, Janies Smith, Welch, and Williams; Councillors Adams, Appleby, Auster, Barrow, Bishop, T. Brown, Burman, G. Cadbury, jun., W. A. Cadbury, Neville Chamberlain, Norman Chambe
4 March 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
EMIGRATION EXPENDITURE CRITICISED

EMIGRATION EXPENDITURE CRITICISED

Alderman Bowaier, in asking the approval of the estimates of the Distress Committee, said ihe amoum was the same as last year. 'Hie Council bad no control over that amount in any way, but personally he felt it was almosi a waste of money to spend that, amount in emigrating a few
4 March 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England