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HOU3E3 AND LAND WANTED.

HOU3E3 AND LAND WANTED.

d (Mosley), Hires bed roon—, n.0U,.-hou* A - - _ ’erred. to rent or purchase.—Addrt*. E 140, Post. BUSINESS TO LET 03 FOB SALE. Green (71. Liooola Rd.i—Good case and --op to Let 9i» dear Suitable Cor bulcb« DUDLEY Rd (478i—Handsome Shop, good deelHng-faooes '^oomnodatioa, OeUar.
30 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BJSINESSE3 FOR SALE,

BJSINESSE3 FOR SALE,

FOR SALE, BAKERY Business—Shop Fittings. Fixtures, Bakehouse, tlora**. Carts, a* going concern.—Add .reus O 93. Daily Pt*»t. BOOT and Shoe, tiret-cioas position, fittings and fixtures tor sale; stock optional.—Addreea, 20. Daily Poet. Ci—NTRAL. —Ladiea' Tailor, small Bos in res l
30 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BUSINESSES WANTED

BUSINESSES WANTED

STAMPER’S and Piercers Riant moderate sisel Wanted. p. >ii>!e gilt Jewellery email bnu» goods, wioid Pur Bueiiiesa. - Addrtaa U 123 Daily Post
30 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HoasEs, oiaaiAGEs. etc., wanted.

HoasEs, oiaaiAGEs. etc., wanted.

WANTED Shetland Ponies, once; lor boy PA, and girl i?'**. , bad ale. and Banket eadd-le— Adqreea, E 182. Daily Poet. SHOOTIK9, BTC. A Pew Gentlemen are Deairous of Renting small Pbehlng Rights radius miles of City Pool preferred —Applicw lions, with terms, H. Cnsp 27. Upper Rd E
30 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FURNISHES HOUSE! T8 LET.

FURNISHES HOUSE! T8 LET.

■CVJRN'ISTTED Belly BIB); three reception, etfht bed X rooms, largo and airy. 55a. west—Addre*a. Dally - RyfODEJLN Villa: three bed rooms, bath, ; flvn (ninolea A cater Ijtne tram terminus. weekly— Ad drees, 141 Daily Port. TERRITORIAL Officer desires Let well-furckshed detached
30 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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30 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MYSTERY OF A MISSION TO THE FRENCH.

MYSTERY OF A MISSION TO THE FRENCH.

Paris, September 28 M. Thicbault Sisson, in the “Temps,” gives interesting details the German occupation of Reims. Prince Augustus Wilhelm, says, entered the town September 5 with a considerable body troops, anil answered the inhabitants, who complained that the Germans had shel
30 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GERMANS DRIVEN FROM THEIR POSITIONS.

GERMANS DRIVEN FROM THEIR POSITIONS.

[Official Press Bureau Stateheft.] The Press Bureau issued the following last It is officially announced that at dawn the 28th inst. the allied forces operating against Tsing-tao began attack on the advanced positions, distant about four kilometres from ths enemy's main line of
30 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SEYENTEEN MEMBERS OF A FAMILY ON ACTIVE SERVICE.

SEYENTEEN MEMBERS OF A FAMILY ON ACTIVE SERVICE.

SEYENTEEN MEMBERS OF A FAMILY ACTIVE SERVICE. Seventeen members of the family of Lady Hickman, of Wightwick, Wolverhampton, are active service, fourteen in the Navy and three in the Army. They include one 6on (Colonel T. E. Hickman), two eons-in-law, ten grandsons (.including Sir
30 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
COVENTRY,

COVENTRY,

The committee to administer the Prince Wales’s Relief Fund at Coventry was formed mainly of persons present at the initial meetings, with sub-oommittccs for each the twelve wards. Some dissatisfaction ie now being expressed at the way disbursements are made. The complaints are t
30 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England