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G. ’R. KITCHENER’S ARMY MORE MEN--- ARE REQUIRED.

G. ’R. KITCHENER’S ARMY MORE MEN--- ARE REQUIRED.

„ . *Ol *»- Recruits are sent at once to the Depots of the Regiments they enlist with. dAXiES BY AUCTION. By Mr. WILLIAM EVERALL. Shrewsbury smithfield On Tbnreday. October let (11 o’clock).. 4 000 <>aill P 100 Shropehire. Hampehire end Oxford RAMS and RAM LAMBS; 2AOO Shropriiir
29 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
THE JOURNEY HOME,

THE JOURNEY HOME,

The journey from Carlsbad to Geneva was made under painful conditions. It occupied three days and two nights. There teas no accommodation for washing, and tliev had to eubsiet on what little food they could Bring with them. The journey through France was full of incident and exc
29 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
OPRNING PROCEEDINGS.

OPRNING PROCEEDINGS.

Mr. C. J. Bowen Cooke presided at the opening proceedings, and besides Mrs. Bowen Cooke there were the platform the Ber. W. Ridlake, Ree. R. W. Roberts, Her. W. Scbolea, Rev. J. Pickthall, and Major Jackson.
29 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
OPINIONS OF THE LEADING WRITERS.

OPINIONS OF THE LEADING WRITERS.

OPINIONS THE LEADING WRITERS. Motsr Cycles War Booty. In the coarse their march through the Germans levied blackmail, m is well known, on various towns. Ghent, in addition being ordered to aopply large number of cigars and barrels petrol, had also supply ten aaotor-cycies. We hop
29 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
EDUCATIONAL

EDUCATIONAL

PEMBROKE LODGE. SOUTH3OCRNE, HANTS - PreuereUMy bcnvol. .n Soath Coaal. f„r done of OenUew B-ao.** Cl u.a:e. See Air. t'A arreeof Lead Sp.eudid Qg nijae -Ueed G Vf-ek A IrUXiBASTON COLLEGE 227 and 133. Bratol Road) FOft GIRLS A-ND RINDCROAETEIf. PUPILS Prtnc.p*!; MARY E. BAILY.
30 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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LOST AND FOUND,

LOST AND FOUND,

T OST. on rbureday. Gold Bar Brooch with peerl set in M-J smsli in centre. Finder re warded.—Apply. Usgley Rd. LOST. Irot- field in Tipton. Dark Crown Horae; white star light vacner lour jars oid. 15 3 high. Finder r«-arded Apply R i'tsraon Wo#, lands, heog.ey Tipton. BIRMINGHAM
30 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE NEW LORD MAYOR OF LONDON.

THE NEW LORD MAYOR OF LONDON.

Alderman Sir Obarlre Johnstone wee elMtwl Lord Mayor for tbe ensuing year, in euoceeto Sv T. Bowater. W. E. GORDON ALivE. Colonel W. E. Guidon, V.C.. AJ).C. to the King, warn reported oo killed, .9 , Qetmnnj. end 10 well
30 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE BIRMINGHAM DAILY

THE BIRMINGHAM DAILY

as the stronger nations, for their own convenience, may see fit to grant. None should be I quicker than the Welsh, who have preserved their own language, their own traditions, their own habits of thought so determinedly, resent the claim of Germany to impose what she is pleased
30 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE EXCAVATIONS AT URICONIUM. SOME RECENT DISCOVERIES.

THE EXCAVATIONS AT URICONIUM. SOME RECENT DISCOVERIES.

30 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SERVICE.

SERVICE.

After being actively engaged in the municipal work the city for forty-four years, Alderman the Right Hon. William Kenrick has, we understand, decided retire from the Birmingham City Council. Mr. Kenrick’s term of office does not expire until 1917, and it will be with a feeling o
30 September 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England