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GERMANS BROUGHT TO STANDSTILL.

GERMANS BROUGHT TO STANDSTILL.

** In spate of this success, however, and all the benefits which flowed from it, the general retirement the eouth continued, and the German armies, seeking persistently after the British troops, remained practicaMy in conQnoons contact with oar rearguards. August and 31 the Brit
7 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HONEY AND SHARE MARKETS.

HONEY AND SHARE MARKETS.

Settlement Day (For Consols Aug. A/c and General Mid-Aug. A/c) Oct 14. Bank of England Rate. (August 8) tHEGO RNMENT AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE. STATEMENT. [From Our City i : Loxdow, Saturday. The matter comment Ibo to-daj tras tho imeasures which ar» to be taken the to restore order
7 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PRODUCE.

PRODUCE.

LONDON.—STGAU: Home reflned cubes pieces ere in moderate demand, for oryetnla and gvounlotod there is a enquirr. Sfca»dard unohacced. Chough eotne sugars *re Tate's No. 1 335. H 8 cwbe* 33a., and -pieoes 245.; Lyle's gronuctood 30s. fed. and 30*, No. 3 crystals Os. 6d.. syrup* *
7 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM SISTERS RESCUED FROM

BIRMINGHAM SISTERS RESCUED FROM

DROWNING. Ethel »nd Dorothy Turner, Kilters, l«nng at Tew Tree Koed, Edghaatoa, who are visiting aunt at Torquay, narrowly eaoaped drowning there when bathing in rough sea on fiatorday. Four rushed into the aea to their rescue, and one, Fran) Dewdncy, from America, visiting' has
7 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
AUSTRALIA’S PATRIOTIC FUNDS.

AUSTRALIA’S PATRIOTIC FUNDS.

Milbouenk, September S. The various patriotic funds total £125,000, including the Lord Mayor’s fund £86,000, and the Red Cross £15,000. The Sydney war funds total £131,000* including the Lord Mayor’s fund £72,000. In every camp where th® M Terriers'* ere quartered the asen with
7 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ABERDEEN.

ABERDEEN.

MARATHON arrived London from Brisbane, GRAMPIAN arrived Liverpool from Montreal, Sept i AMERICAN. PHILADELPHIA arrirfd New York from Liverpool, > NEW YORK left New York for Liverpool. September ST. LOUIS passed Kineale for New York, September A ANCHOR. CAMERONIA arrived from New
7 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
EDUCATIONAL.

EDUCATIONAL.

Bourne college, quinton. BIR MIN GUAM.
7 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
AND OTHERS.

AND OTHERS.

T»\RK* COM MTTF.E Inr TS the . v\-.v 'VM.H r.x.HT M > »\ini h in.ay |NG FIELDS, which compreee Ur*e Refreshmcni Room. ■ > the undersigned not Uter then nlr/lca?*!* nn» obtiincd on applicntion. W. MOHTLR, Chief Offlcer Cannon Hill Pt'k. Birmingham, .A p ember. , _ ■ . BIHMIVOH AN
10 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WEI'ICAIj

WEI'ICAIj

CFRTIPIPATE© Maaseuae. Hair Specialist, Nnralng Duties .u end rocdfod-Addn*. ioU. Da.l/ Post. CLETIFICATEU Swedish M-maeue* wUI Visit in evtninga Very moderate leea.-ilaaseua*. 6b. Lonadai* ltd.. Harborne. DISPE-NSLR. Lady, experienced. Reqmre* Poet with Doctor r cbemat. exceLen
10 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BirUITIONS VACANT.

BirUITIONS VACANT.

tJoyut only of To»timonialt to itni. Adterti»*monti under must not contain regueete foe etampe or addruted ACCOUNTANTS Clerk Wanted, experienced, at once.— xx staung ago. sa-xiy required, end experience. 138. Daily Post AGRICULTURAL Auctioneer end Live Stock Salesman Rcouires Ju
10 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England