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Kicellent Maaengcr i 'commodAi'.on. LoweM P&tm

Kicellent Maaengcr i 'commodAi'.on. LoweM P&tm

Kicellent i 'commodAi'.on. LoweM P&tm * k London \V*r R.«ia' Inaamnc* AMocmkioa Ltd. bStendnrd Steamchip Owners' llaliutl W*f Rinks Assoc-s--tion ,London Groapi, {Coiling Capetown to pjwtsei.gcr^. All Sailings are liable to Gsncoimens with or without aotios. owing to 'he war Appl
15 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
The midland .school of dancing, PHYSICAL CULTURE. A MEDICAL EXERCISE. HI, HAGLEY ROAD, EOGBASTON, BIRMINGHAM. Principal*: Mis* ACKLAM and Mi*a

The midland .school of dancing, PHYSICAL CULTURE. A MEDICAL EXERCISE. HI, HAGLEY ROAD, EOGBASTON, BIRMINGHAM. Principal*: Mis* ACKLAM and Mi*a

CAFFYN. PHYSICAL AND REMEDIAL EXERCISES, DANCING. ALL BRANCHES, inc-lud Techn.que, Rhythmical Exercise* and Dance* alter Jaque* Dalcroza. SCHOOLS VISITED, and PRIVATE LESSONS A CLASSES Conducted throng out Midland Counties, also Edgbaeton, Hand*worth, Moseley. RESIDUN T 5 UPI LB
15 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SALES BY AUCTION.

SALES BY AUCTION.

HIGHLY-IMPORTANT SALE BY AUCTION OP THE EXCELLENT MODERN RESIDENTIAL APPOINTMENTS (Principally supplied by Maples, London), and removed for convenience of Sale from a large Residence. BEACONSFIELD ROAD. FOUR OAKS; Also Carpenter Road. Edgbaston; and from another source. TO Nob.
15 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MUSICAL raSTEUMENTS FOB SALE.

MUSICAL raSTEUMENTS FOB SALE.

Pianos.— Brinsmesd. Chappell Marahall-R<ws. •Ji Rogers, Tolkien. Rilsjr. and Angela* Player Pianos lin G-rsadi and* Cprijht*. Snec-al Bar rains: Oollard. 2S«ns.: *Jr irkmao 25fn*. • Broa<lwooa. Term* or ditcount lor i lot list-RiWy ». Constitntion H.ll, V and Co 123. Row. are of
15 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
REMARKS—Monday, 8.30 p.m.

REMARKS—Monday, 8.30 p.m.

(Compiled from the 6 pm. ieep cyclonic Uistur banco cross ins: iho ico.Una. wbcrc barometer has tolien millibars (23.94 in ), against 1,012 millibars (29 9in ) ■ ~* ' »«ry ■orih below 98 P*ns douui-westcrly winds, strong to « g»2e, prevail over douiaora .tcouiand and the eastern
15 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HONOURS OF THE FIGHT.

HONOURS OF THE FIGHT.

FRENCH EX-MINISTER’S TRIBUTE TO THE BRITISH. Bordeaux, September 14. Writing in tbo "Figaro” this morning, M. Hanotaux (ex-Foreign Minister), after warmly congratulating General Joffre and his valiant troops, says: ** It seems to me that the honours of the day should rest with o
15 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE DAMAGE TO TERMONDE.

THE DAMAGE TO TERMONDE.

t, September 14. A correspondent who ito« visited Texmonde reports that the damage done to the town by tho Germans was very great. In the Rue de L'Eglise the convent of the Sisters of Saint Vincent de Paul was burnt down, and the Banque de France in the Rue Neuve was also destro
15 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GERMAN CONTRACT CANCELLED.

GERMAN CONTRACT CANCELLED.

o2: Sir WiUmm Arrol and Co., Limited, ro , k ><i caisson at Koyal Albort oxtonmon. Thu, work will gi,, omplojoMMaagow ' worl, r tbs EasAnd Rat* of Exchange ox Loxdos.—Amsterdam, 14.—Cheques on London 12.15 to 12.25.
15 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
The aoove have arrived.

The aoove have arrived.

Mr Loajrwortli) «Mr J .Mr Ui*-ui BlLl. (Mr Meatrr) ... i-Hr O l .Lord lUM Hut (Mr O Bulohsro LAD .Mr MAslUt (Mr s Lam In) The* PLAT* ikudicay; caw. riw fariooffs. PANA-.XE iMr WkliMj) I?**** ! \.N (Mr 'I •■'■■JTr) ♦ * ill ->H Duk->if l r«l»no ? ? * . iiuut J 13 \ir Bafiingi B.r!
15 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SUGGESTED ADDITIONAL FORCE

SUGGESTED ADDITIONAL FORCE

OF 100,000 MEN. 30,000 TO GO TO THE FRONT. “Our great country is threatened. What will you do?” Fight The same question has been asked and has been ajiswercd in the same unbending spirit in all parts tho Empire. In this particular case it was the answer of 6,000 citizens of Winn
15 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England