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TO-NIGHT, AT 80. AND FOR THE WEEK. No Matinee.

TO-NIGHT, AT 80. AND FOR THE WEEK. No Matinee.

TO-NIGHT, 80. AND FOR THE WEEK. Matinee. PTHB CKITIC.” “THE CRITIC.’* “THE CRmC.** S\Tl RIMY EXT : "* * ~ EXCELLENCY THE A iMclokl rom*ni c. K. MarahalL Bo* Open !• &. Tel. Un. THEATRE. TO-DAY (Monday) *1 M» *t 2.30. MTT.L GIRL'S SECRET. m.\ U. ■ Wedoeadny *4 230. ’Phone EIH." Q!
1 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
T>ATH How (17®), best part, near Islington Row; seven rooms. Rent 11a clear.—Keys next door. CALTHORPE Park.—2SB. Edward Rd.: five

T>ATH How (17®), best part, near Islington Row; seven rooms. Rent 11a clear.—Keys next door. CALTHORPE Park.—2SB. Edward Rd.: five

bed rooms, bath, wc.; garden. £3B.—Apply. 34. Constance Rd. P’DGBASTON.—373. Gillott Rd.; three reception rooms, five -*-4 bed. Rent £46.—Apply 2.30 till 6.30. Premises. r’DGB ASTON.—44. George Rd.. near Five Ways. Rent £43; void June —Thomas Richards. 14. Temple St. (Monument a
1 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LIBERAL-MINDED BISHOP

LIBERAL-MINDED BISHOP

THE UNSATISFACTORY WELSH CHURCH BILL. The BL-hop Birmingham, writing in the "‘Birmingham Diocesan Magaaine ” this month, and speaking the Ordination Retreat and the Dedication Service, says:—"The young men who are now taking orders »o at a critical time in the history of our Chu
1 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FOREIGN.

FOREIGN.

The proceedings of the Board of Enquiry which will investigate the claims of the Hindus board the Komagata Maru to enter Canada will open at Vancouver to-day.
1 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
A WEEK-EXD CAMP AT KIDDERMINSTER,

A WEEK-EXD CAMP AT KIDDERMINSTER,

The 7th Worceslersbire Territorials held week-end camp Hao. Sutton Park Rifle Range, Kidderminster, from Saturday until today. There wos muster of 600, which was much larger than was anticipated. The officers duty were Colonel Garratt, flajor Burcher, Captain and Adjutant Davidg
1 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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UNIONISTS.

UNIONISTS.

In view of tho recent announcement tlio probable selection Radical candidate for the Oswestry Division in opposition to Mr. William C. Brid*reman, M.P., there was a large at the annual me«L-mg of the West, Shropshire Consorvativc Aaociatooo on Saturday evening. Mr. Stafford Pric
1 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS’ CUP.

COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS’ CUP.

In bowling match, in connection with the Commercial Travellers’ Conference, for the Hybart Cup. Scotland (R. McNeil, R. Aberdein, T. McEwick, and D. Macfarlane) were boaten by Wales (W. Thomas, E. Husbands, T. W. Erringlon, and R. H. Cundoll), who scored 35 points 13. MIDLAND CO
1 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GEORGE DUNCAN’S BRILLIANCE.

GEORGE DUNCAN’S BRILLIANCE.

The four thousand spectators who fol’owed Goorgs Duncan (Hanger Hill) and Harry Vardon (South Herts) round the K.jigsknowe course, Midlothian, on Saturday afternoon, saw the Soot in brilliant form. A medal round was played in which Duncan was seen at his best. He reached the tur
1 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ACCIDENT TO WARWICKSHIRE MINERS.

ACCIDENT TO WARWICKSHIRE MINERS.

Two terrible pit accidents were reported on Saturday from the Warwickshire coalfield. In one case young miner, named Walter Jackson, working Birch Coppice Colliery, was knocked down and run over by a full tub coal, and sustained injuries to his head which proved fatal. John Gere
1 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
RUNAWAY HORSES DASH INTO THE SEA.

RUNAWAY HORSES DASH INTO THE SEA.

Three horses attached to empty char-a-bano bolted at Dunoon on Saturday, and dashed down the brae into tbe Castle rocks, caurying away and smashing large boet-houee. The spot favourite one for visitors the Frrth of Clyde, and number children playing there wore knocked down and t
1 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England