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17 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
J. H. RAYNER A CO.,

J. H. RAYNER A CO.,

J. H. RAYNER CO., 11. OLD HALL STREET. LIVERPOOL. leg rams Raynor." Telephone Central (five lines). Catalogues also obtsinsble London Office. 37. Mincing Lane. E.C. MONDAY NEXT. Nor ember 23. AT ELEVEN O’CLOCK. ltB. ALMA STREET (SUMMER LANE END). FREDERIC W. GOODEVE is iD«tnicied
17 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
POST OFFICE AND WHITE STAR PACKETS

POST OFFICE AND WHITE STAR PACKETS

The Post Office announces that, commencing with the sailing of the steamship Arabic from Liverpool, on fche ISth inst., the mid-week packets of the White Star lino will proceed dirodly from Liverpool to United States of America under the new conditions. Letters intended for desp
17 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GRAMOPHONE

GRAMOPHONE

He knows that when had his instuo.enl J, ~v^n his door was v squeezing i concert-b*!! :n that whenever new lot of rec acquiring a frt-sti Rr-ci;ai or a Musical CotneUv. THE THEATIU HOIIE This »he entert-iln.T fcr w.nter. He. trie No. 6 T«h o •. . price 8 H.*e . it. «>r on the Ca
17 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ALIEN ENEMIES IN THE COUNTRY.

ALIEN ENEMIES IN THE COUNTRY.

Mr. JOYNSONHICKS Brentford) asked ihe Home Secretary how many alien enem.es were now interned in the various concentration camps; and whether be could give any estimate of the number of alien enemies still at large. Mr. MchENNA (Home Secretary); I informed by the Wor Office that
17 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE DEATH OF LORD ROBERTS.

THE DEATH OF LORD ROBERTS.

Mr. ASQUITH: The House and country have bean' with the deepest regret of the sudden death of rroet distinguished and illustrious soldier. Lord Roberts and I bag to give notice that to-morrow, the commencement of business, I shad move a reach lien, which hope will give expression
17 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MR. LONG SUPPORTS THE GOVERNMENT.

MR. LONG SUPPORTS THE GOVERNMENT.

Mr. WALTER LONG (G—Strand) said the House nad Listened lo the slat/omenl of Prime Miiuetcr vita profound saiurf acUoa, because be made it ev.deot that toe Government were determined carry through this great war with due regard vise economy, and witu a steadfast deiermioauon that
17 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FLANDERS

FLANDERS

COLONEL GORDON'S ALLEGED statement. [From Our Military Correipunden-!. r. The new's of German activity the which apparently oomes from r-1 Lkely enough. One that «j waiting acta vo .... - , before pushes horn- any k *•* And the German niral is * * impatient the delay. v . * due
17 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SOLDIERS’ PENSIONS.

SOLDIERS’ PENSIONS.

At impetiug of the National Workens* War Emergency Committee held yesterday at the (louse Commons, Mr. Arthur Ucnderaon, M.P., in the chair, it was decided to ask for an enlargement of tlu* scope the proposed the scale of soldiers' pensions, include also the question of pay and
17 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
APPOINTMENTS. ALBRIOHTON.

APPOINTMENTS. ALBRIOHTON.

Tuesday. Nov. 17, Pookridgo 110: Tinjvdav, Nov 19, Knighton Wood. 11.0; Saturday, Nov. 21, Fox lan. Shipley, U.O.
17 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England