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British and Foreign General Sccuritiei

British and Foreign General Sccuritiei

ti* s mem r, .-i-- Pressing at n-." and Foreign General Sec untie? > . Mr. G. liilchre said they .a- valuable assets, and «pp- in-ty ' seour-.Lea reduce -hetr tie any pressure would bro.gbt ■ lenders to force rea’iswt .on to the i-: the time they ail h.vd <■ oand-l.ons as result
17 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
RESTUICTED HOURS FOR RUSHALL PUBLIC-HOUSES. it of businoss at Busboil Police

RESTUICTED HOURS FOR RUSHALL PUBLIC-HOUSES. it of businoss at Busboil Police

Court, yesterday, it was announced that the licensing justices had made order by which all clubs and pubuc-h ousts the petty sessional division, which comprises the parishes Ruahall. Pelsall, Great Barr, BlrceUy, Aldridge, and Walaall Wood, will, until further notace, allowed to
17 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
COUNTER ATTACK IN POLAND. THE GERMANS CLAIM A BIG VICTORY. FLIGHT OF REFUGEES FROM EAST PRUSSIA, Operations in East Prussia

COUNTER ATTACK IN POLAND. THE GERMANS CLAIM A BIG VICTORY. FLIGHT OF REFUGEES FROM EAST PRUSSIA, Operations in East Prussia

and Poland are at present moving rather slowly. The official Petrograd communiques published yesterday indicated that the Russians were advancing in almost every part of the long front from north to south. Between Piock and the River Warta, however, it was stated a battle was de
17 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MRS. TANGYE’S DIVORCE DECREE MADE

MRS. TANGYE’S DIVORCE DECREE MADE

ABSOLUTE. In the Divorce Division, yesterday, among th** divorce decrees made absolute was one granted last. April to Mrs. Janet Elizabeth Tangye against her husband, Mr. Wilfred Noel Tangyo. SOLDIERS TRAGIC DE.\TH AT CANTERBURY. An inquest was held yesterday Canterbury on the b
17 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Culinary Capacities.

Culinary Capacities.

At the house in question, others, there was also much unnecoesary fussing first about the cooking, due largely the ignorance of the customa and food of the Belgian people. It may be accepted as a fact that, with few exceptions, Belgian women know how to cook and to make the most
4 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CANADIAN SOLDIER S SAD DBS MXT.ITABY rOUCQIANS .V The death of Caaedian aoM-cr the Central Bssniitif 1 vestigated at Westminster

CANADIAN SOLDIER S SAD DBS MXT.ITABY rOUCQIANS .V The death of Caaedian aoM-cr the Central Bssniitif 1 vestigated at Westminster

: Deceased was Alexander O: - Balta!i(A Ist Brigade, Salisburr. Senior Piper, deceased came over w.’h the He was married, and before v His wifs lived at Aberdeen. . Thursday cn ieai;* :nce; - abont October- 13 h” v • hurt a finger tho r~ht • him a great deal of psln . The CoroD*
4 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
(writes Mr. fi. J,

(writes Mr. fi. J,

A Churchill, the British Consul-General) has been followed with results which cannot be considered successful The land has been neglected in favour of industry and, principally, of emigration, with its allurement of better and more profitable wages for women as well aa for the m
4 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TURKISH rTOWN TAKEN

TURKISH rTOWN TAKEN

TURKISH TOWN TAKEN BY BRITISH. SIR E. GREY’S STRENUOUS PEACE EFFORTS. While declaration war has been made Turkey, Great Britain and her Allies are losing no time in protecting their interests. Yesterday an Anglo-French squadron bombarded the Dardanelles forts long range, and it r
4 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MINES OFF ODESSA.

MINES OFF ODESSA.

The Prtm Bureau iesoed the following last night; The Board of Trade make the following announcement The Board of Trade are informed that the approadh to Odessa has been mined for a distance ten mike.
4 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE AGA KHAN'S MESSAGE.

THE AGA KHAN'S MESSAGE.

Germany’s attempt stir Moslem feeling against Great Britain doomed to failure. Messages from India and the Aga Khan, president the All India Moslem League, show that the sympathies of the Mohammedans are on the side of the British. The Press Bureau issued the following yesterday
4 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England