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CAPTAIN TEMPLE WOUNDED.

CAPTAIN TEMPLE WOUNDED.

fllr Rich Temple, the chairman of the Worcester•hire Trrr.crial Aasoc.atkui, baa heard that his son. Cap,am R coard I). Temple, has been wounded and taken prisoner. Capli n Temple was serving with the Norfolk Regonrnt. He we* formerly with the King’s Roy il R.lle Corps, and. in
17 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PRINCE OF WALES FUND. HOUSE-TO-HOUSE COLLECTION IN That’s the complaint of everybody except the man with ‘His Master’s Voice’ (

PRINCE OF WALES FUND. HOUSE-TO-HOUSE COLLECTION IN That’s the complaint of everybody except the man with ‘His Master’s Voice’ (

YOUR TYRE ')/ BY FITTING ONLY BRITISH CbUNLGP> MOTOR TYRES t THE DI;NLOP RUBBER CO., LIU. MASK APPOLNTiIEXt. i, lIIIM FEWER THEATRES and CONCERTS?
17 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE BIRMINGHAM DAILY POST. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1914. KECOVERY IN’ THE EXPORT

THE BIRMINGHAM DAILY POST. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1914. KECOVERY IN’ THE EXPORT

TRADE. Tbf '.jnproTfmpnt in financia] and e»nditioQ4 in th« Uoit«d States oonmwotod on ia the weekly report Issued by Measr*. Henry Clew* and Co., the New York bankers. Writing the 7th last, they state there is no longer any tppr-hensk»a» regarding the monetary fata re. Credit i
17 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Correspondents at the Front.

Correspondents at the Front.

As the question of having war the front, agreed with those who had emphasised the importance rapid and complete piibhcsUon the gallant of regunemt* and individuals, and he should be glad to see any system adopted by which the most complete prominence could be g-iven the gallant
17 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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17 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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THE KING INSPECTS NAVAL MEN.

THE KING INSPECTS NAVAL MEN.

The King, accompanied by Major Clive Wigram, yesterday motored to the Crystal Palace and inspected the Royal Naval Division in training there. Majesty was the Palace for over hour, and returned to town for lunch. arrival at the Palace the King was received Sir Richard Bolkeloy,
17 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM’S SYMPATHY.

BIRMINGHAM’S SYMPATHY.

As a mark of respect for the late Lord Rob°riB. the flags over the Birmingham Council House and Town Hall were flying at half-mast yesterday During the morning the Lord Mayor (Alderman Bowater) sent the following telegram to Lady Roberts, Eng'.emere, Ascot: behalf of the citizen
17 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
A GERMAN SALUTE.

A GERMAN SALUTE.

GERMAN SALUTE. Amsterdam, November 16. A Berlin telegram to the Telegraaf says tihe whole German Press unanimously exp reuses esteem for late Earl Roberts. The Lokalenaeigcr *• says: “Even in wax there are moments when the warrior salutes the enemy with his sword instead of strik
17 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FLOODS IN FLANDERS. NOV ALUE ENEMY. GERMAN REGIMENT DESTROYED. allies take the offensive. BRITISH SUCCESSES IN PERSIAN GULF. COSTING £1,000,000

FLOODS IN FLANDERS. NOV ALUE ENEMY. GERMAN REGIMENT DESTROYED. allies take the offensive. BRITISH SUCCESSES IN PERSIAN GULF. COSTING £1,000,000

PER DAY. official news of importance came from ti>« *« of indeed eigh* communique was the v*t received: •* The situation remaps uncha"?^.” That situate. a * described in the afternoon bulletin, is distinctly favourable the Allies. inundations Flanders have further disconcerted t
17 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DIVIDENDS.

DIVIDENDS.

Standard Oil Company New Jersey, quarterly, ?5 per share; Ohio Oil Co., quarterly, $1.25 per share, and extra, both being dame as the ofcvious quarter, v EARNINGS. For tie month Sept amber.—Delaware and Hudson: Gross decrease $17,000, net decrease $24,000. For the first week of
17 November 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England