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CONSOLIDATED NEW ORDINARY STOCK

CONSOLIDATED NEW ORDINARY STOCK

AND PERPETCAL THREE-AXD A-HILP PER CEJiT. DEBENTURE STOCK. Not..'* m h«r»»)V Given, that in parsoAncw of Um SUfford- VV aierw. rk* Act IBSB. i* the intention the • * cnpany ISSUE muub OONSOLIIi-VTfcD NEW V K m will rw.ee the earn of £12.000. and • o mni-h PERPETUAL THREE-AND-A H
29 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BUSINESS PREMISES TO LET OR FOR SALE.

BUSINESS PREMISES TO LET OR FOR SALE.

ASTON St. (7K ofooa Corporation St.—Dart* Shop. Baa«n*nt. and good House; splendid chauoe anyone xeqairsne apace, etcher wholesale or retail. Beat tow. Bt.-Excellent well-lighted Mane factory; akera- JL> Uoaa ooald be made; inuuoduaie poeKreaon.—Carl Hewitt. BRISTOL St., 83 (bes
29 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
C!TABLING to Lot tor IS horse*; loose O Berteely Bt. ofl Broad St. HOBBES, OAEBIAGES, ETC., WANTED.

C!TABLING to Lot tor IS horse*; loose O Berteely Bt. ofl Broad St. HOBBES, OAEBIAGES, ETC., WANTED.

29 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
"VCOTCTR-CAJR Wanted, on Hire, for lour week* (Jul/I, manolactnrere' rcpraeentnlire in Midlands.—Address, slating terms. 11, Daily Post. OEQLIRfU). Motor-car, three

"VCOTCTR-CAJR Wanted, on Hire, for lour week* (Jul/I, manolactnrere' rcpraeentnlire in Midlands.—Address, slating terms. 11, Daily Post. OEQLIRfU). Motor-car, three

days weekly work, Bsrtntng- XV ham diatlict. Terms indneive driver.—Addreea. Duly Poet.
29 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
EDUCATIONAL.

EDUCATIONAL.

/COUNTRY (near Birmingham).—Home School Wanted, little giri (U), where holidays could be spent; sound education; home comforts essential; mother widow: terms strictly moderate.—Foil particulars, E., 562, Hag ley Rd, Birmingham. \ G. —Lady has high-class Connection lor DtaposaLJL
29 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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GARDEN PARTY AT EDGBASTON.

GARDEN PARTY AT EDGBASTON.

the invitation Mr. F. Parkca. M.P., and Mrs. Parke*, the members of the Birmingham Jamor Irapcradiats* Aasociation attended garden party Oak Grange, Hermitage Road, Saturday, in the •baoncc of the member for Contra! Birmingham, the gueet* wore received Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Pa
29 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Aspauagcs Season,

Aspauagcs Season,

The asparagus season is now orer. Prices generally hare been satisfactory, but the season ha« been a poor one, the yield of asparagus being considerably below the average and the quality deficient. It is felt that growers the Kvesbam district must give attention to the question
29 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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NOTES ON SPORT. TODAY’S BENEFIT MATCH AT EDGBASTON. KINNEUm RECORD. In Warwickshire's opening match this season (inneir, who bad been oat of cricket owing injury his leg for nearly twelve months, sigaaiisod his return scoring against Leicestershire. Since that tfcree-fignre tota
29 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MORE COTTAGE BATHS.

MORE COTTAGE BATHS.

LORD MAYOR OF BIRMINGHAM PERFORMS OPENING CEREMONY. The Lord Mayor of Bbrrrangiiam E. Maruncau) fciatuxday opened new sxute cottage baths erected in IhartzDOuth Street. The huddmg make* the fourth this type of establishment installad the City -AeoooxmodaXioo provided in the cent
29 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE WEATHER. PROSPECTS FOR THE NEXT THREE

THE WEATHER. PROSPECTS FOR THE NEXT THREE

Tie falki«in< ia our opaeul foncut of tho probable weather la the Midland Countlea dariaif tba neat three days:— TO-DAY.-Light variablo or westerly winds; fins, warm. TUESDAY.—Temperature higher, fine, bright; variable light airs. WEDNESDAY.—Light variable winds ; very warm, rat
29 June 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England