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3 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SITE FOR THE HEAD OFFICES.

SITE FOR THE HEAD OFFICES.

IFion Ocm Tu/wday Night. To-day's sitting of th© Manchester Unity Conerenco Oddfellow© been mainly concerned with matters of domestic interest. The contest for the new Unify offices between Manchester and London resulted a substantial victory for the city which gives the birth n
3 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WAY RACES.

WAY RACES.

This popular fixture attracted good number of entries yesterday. Results: Swadlincote Town Handicap, one and a half miles, trotting (open). Mr. F. lit 's Katie (Leiceßtcr) Mr. J. Knight's Alice (Castle Donington) 2 Mr. R. Barkor's Edina (Long Eaton) 3 Time. 3tnin. 58«ec. A very
3 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ROYAL ST. GEORGES.

ROYAL ST. GEORGES.

The match pi»y toumamea; the Royal Su George's Club. Sandwich, concluded yesterday the Royal St. George's links. The semi-final ami final rounds were decided, and Mr. W. P. Matthews (handicap 2l eventually won *hc final. The results were: Semi-final Round.—W. P. Matthews (2) bea
3 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
JJ.iEWK ROUTE TO THH CONTINENT, Via ►K HOLLAND, DAILY. QUICKEST (BRITISH ROYAL MAIL ROUTE). Turbina Steamer*. Wiralea* Telegraphy. Submarine Signaling.

JJ.iEWK ROUTE TO THH CONTINENT, Via ►K HOLLAND, DAILY. QUICKEST (BRITISH ROYAL MAIL ROUTE). Turbina Steamer*. Wiralea* Telegraphy. Submarine Signaling.

__ RESTAURANT CAR EXPRESS TRAIN FROM AND TO MARCH NO SUPPLEHOLLAND. MENTARY CHARGE FOR SEATS. Details from Street,
17 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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17 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
To Mnsn. BOULTON BROS. * CO.. 39, Old Brawl SVraot. E.C.

To Mnsn. BOULTON BROS. * CO.. 39, Old Brawl SVraot. E.C.

To BOULTON BROS. * CO.. 39, Old Brawl SVraot. E.C. Ocntlottcn.—Horiac P*id you the oom o! £ bolnr « deposit Tea per cent, oa pounds nominal Capital of the above Loan arrae accept that a moon or any leas sum that may allotted to and pay the further eoioa doe reapeot of each allotm
17 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PAJiT L Class L (in order of merit). •Herbert, 8., Down. •Judson, N. S.,

PAJiT L Class L (in order of merit). •Herbert, 8., Down. •Judson, N. S.,

PAJiT Class L (in order of merit). •Herbert, 8., Down. S., G.E., Gath. (Mq/- il. alp Donaldson, J. T., Kmm. £a<Le, ii- A., > . C. Groan, W. iL, Queexis’. ilibershon, F. H., CU. iiaa*oa, i*. C., ii. beiw. Acstevon H. belw. order.j idoffia, J. P., Je» jloaciu.oo ( J. F. IL, C&i. Pr
17 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
tins country in certain erentualitiea. Jjord Chanoellor had declajed that both these loroea illegal and utterly anconstitntioaal. And jet the

tins country in certain erentualitiea. Jjord Chanoellor had declajed that both these loroea illegal and utterly anconstitntioaal. And jet the

Government bad decided leave erente to take their course, while they themselves contained th«r own «m«,. Wh»t U« com «t Government! did not kno», hot nM l meteber of tbe kn«w. cheer*.) They would dnf* villi only one hied principle. u> retain th«r majority im the House of Commons
17 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Still Drifting.

Still Drifting.

Both Houses of Parliament were occupied with Irish affairs yesterday. In the House of Commons Government business was disturbed by Lord Robert Cecil’s motion calling attention to the growing danger of the existence of the Volunteer Forces, which was rightly treated matter of urg
17 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England