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Ihecotor* to by Aoctioa the aboro addraaa, on pie bear 16, —the Whole ANTIQUE aod MODERN HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS, haadaoma Spatueb mahofany and other Dad Room to**tea, baaaa »«vi *'■■^isu B*• Isio»is a .«.■** t/u<i.rtv HOUSEHOLD LINEN. Corba. Fand« OarpoCa, Coeaaa L'sa.'ircr*, lu
5 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Know I*. HOUSE-1 of Mrs 6. Bower,

Know I*. HOUSE-1 of Mrs 6. Bower,

Know I*. HOUSE-1 Mrs 6. Bower, TUESDAY, S-jn-c-iher 15.—Llnwm HOLD FURMTURE, for bb« deceased. SATURDAY, September 19 —B’ack'ord Wharf Shirley. COAL EFPECTTS. for Mr J. Moddlmao. TUESDAY. September 22-Prwpwt Pann. Warwick. STOCK, for Mr. T. Bewley. Sep tom bar 23—KNOWLE STATION S
5 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BUSniESoES WAKTED,

BUSniESoES WAKTED,

WAKTED, ~!i Adotwiw. Dm. Unix Poet. - -c— JjtKras - n.»d XA cart waatwl »i «hat proportion of wbols_K^»i^il'ao**d.~w*ll-«*i ,J * I,hw * Basiaesa; rail Peat - i ■ ■——i-"" ■. —-■ im Duainem R«i«iFed. for »oa aunmg*- M ra-nf whar.' **d parebsee and carry on. or Sr iwA'P , 4a,0,u1t •
5 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DOMESTIC BEST AMTS WASTED

DOMESTIC BEST AMTS WASTED

ffjsxss;- ML Wanted experienced Weye* £ty JUtoo. Birmtogbwm. exceeding 30; three faaiW: hoiwe- V/ m»a sod roan kept. Wagee £A>—Apply, by letWff, li.>mer.j*s. aUrertdiOb Ru., Erdlggtoo. eaimy tma tept.-Apply. per- «• », fai .boat 17. lor V BM»Msl»r HI: tbret.-GtoT. Ujom. Wanted-
5 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT,

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT,

Yesterday.— before Uaasrg. J. C. Dexter, J. Lbwmm, and D. Jooeg. Bailiff Assaulted. William Edwards, 37, Road, Khifli Norton, was summoned for assaulting H-srbert Sutton, County Court batHff, while the execution hit duty, August 29. Mr. Leonard Gocher, who prosecuted on behalf c
5 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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INSURGENTS HOLD YALONA.

INSURGENTS HOLD YALONA.

Boms, September 4. A telegram of yesterday's date from Valeria says the red and black flag is flying from the Government buildings, while the Turkish flag has been hoisted on the gendarmes' barracks, where the insurgent commander has taken up his quarters. The insurgent leader h
5 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GLASGOW CITIZENS SEND

GLASGOW CITIZENS SEND

£lOO,OOO. The total of the Prince of Wales’s National Relief Fund yesterday included £lOO.OOO forwarded by ».h© Lord Provost of Glasgow, where the contributions already considerably exceed that amount. The fund now stands at £2,189,000. Some of the plans that have been adopted f
5 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WEST BROMWICH.

WEST BROMWICH.

The West Bromwich War Fund now amounts to £3,154. the principal donations received this week being £47 from the Wesleyan Methodist Churches in the West Bromwich Circuit, and John Dallow and Sons £lO 10s.
5 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE WAR AND THE POOR. PATHETIC COUNTY COURT STORIES.

THE WAR AND THE POOR. PATHETIC COUNTY COURT STORIES.

The County Court all times is a faithful reflector of the conditions prevailing among the poor, but aince the war began its stories of courageous fights against adversity have been more than usually pathetic. A neatly-dressed woman appeared before Judge Amphlett, K.C., at the Bi
5 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MEETING 07 THE CABINET.

MEETING 07 THE CABINET.

A Cabinet Council srae held yesterday aflornoon, after which Mr. Aeqoith wcut motor drive. Ho will remain in town for the week-end. There wdl no farther Cabinet meetings daring the SPeek-end except in the event of some unexpected •nargency. GUTS TO H.M.S. The Birmingham branch t
5 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England