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THE OXFORD CLUB.

THE OXFORD CLUB.

Unable call committee meeting, Mr. R. V. Stan’ey. who is acting hon. secretary for Mr. E. L. Shard, secs no prospect of Oxford University carrying out their fixtures this term. feels sure that sll Oxford Rugby players will have answered the call of their and country, and irakos
5 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BRITISH WOUNDED N PARTS.

BRITISH WOUNDED N PARTS.

Th*! “Daily Chronicle*’ special correspondent as Paris telegraphs:—Small groups of British soldiers, momentarily fallen back from the front, are constantly be met with city. They speak with great satisfaction of the slow step-by-step retirement of the allies. Three hundred Uhlan
5 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
AMERICAN PRESS DECLINES TO

AMERICAN PRESS DECLINES TO

PRINT ANY MORE. iFrom Our Special New York, September 4. Friends of England are amused and pleased at the predicament Count Bernstorff, the German Ambassador to this country, has got himself into. has displeased the American Government by his loquacity and offensive authority, a
5 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HOUSES AND LAND TO LET (ctw-rf.)

HOUSES AND LAND TO LET (ctw-rf.)

HARBORNE {l, Court Oak Rd.)-£, 70. Modern Residence: live bed rooms, two reception, large square hi!l, rauai domestic acoommodalioc.—Oansa, Kel.ett. 55. Temple Row. KINGS Ilesth !l,iTing‘t>ne to Let or Sell; four bod rooms; motor accommodation.—Apply. 81. High St. KINO’S Norton;
28 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GERMANS’ HEAVY LOSSES

GERMANS’ HEAVY LOSSES

The Frees Bureau issued the following at 5.10 Saturday evening : There has bet-n much activity on the part the enemy all along the line. Some heavy counter-attacks have been repulsed and considerable loss has been inflicted the enemy.
28 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FIGHTS FOR A VILLAGE.

FIGHTS FOR A VILLAGE.

FIGHTS FOR VILLAGE. WAR’S RAVAGES IN BEAUTIFUL COUNTRYSIDE. Paris, September 26. The groat battle to the northward goes usual. Again there is news of ground gain id the left beyond the Oise and the enemy's counteT-attac 1 . s repulsed. That is all. Every inch of this ground has b
28 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FAMOUS VIOLINIST WOUNDED,

FAMOUS VIOLINIST WOUNDED,

Amsterdam, September 25. According to a report from Vieoina published by the Frankfurter Zoitung,' the famous Austrian violinist, Fritz Kreislcr, who is lieutenant in the has berm wounded the right arm. The surgeon* declare that a complete cure can be effected. —Central News.
28 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE DAMAGE DESCRIBED.

THE DAMAGE DESCRIBED.

FURTHER EVIL EFFECTS OF AUTUMN RAIN AND FROSTS. Paris, September 26. M. Thiebault Sissons, the “Temps” art critic, describee in his paper a visit the Cathedral at Reims. He says that to judge the damage it was necessary to ascend to the towers, and there saw the bells completely
28 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM BANKERS’ CLEARING.

BIRMINGHAM BANKERS’ CLEARING.

Appended the return of the Birmingham haukera 1 clearing, aiuch deals chiefly with local chequea, and <io(« not include those which pans '.arough the country London, for the •week ended September 19M, and for the current .ear that date, with the purree pond figures lor last year
28 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
inUTARY ORDERS FOE BOOTS

inUTARY ORDERS FOE BOOTS

ORDERS FOE BOOTS PORTAGE OF SDT’FUES. piwct;<»ll7 fill tha boot in . >rU«:xiptoti, and many in county, aro being d their luileat cnpaaty army orders for and French Gwemmonta, cnqmnea are oon- t.cuaily received for large boot* lor foreign Govenunenta, one the eHaentmh beuig q, del
28 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England