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WED.VESJXVY NEXT DECEMBER 9.

WED.VESJXVY NEXT DECEMBER 9.

697. BEARWOOD ROAD, AE. CHAPPELL has received instructions from • Messrs. \V. L. Norton and Son Soil by -Auction, on the Premise* m abore, WEDNESDAY NEXT. December 3 Active TRADE <X)BS. all food and oolv so’.d owing; being replaced by motors: also 3 Four-wheeled BtKEiß’s DEILIVE
7 December 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
A HUNT OF NEARLY TWO HOURS,

A HUNT OF NEARLY TWO HOURS,

Catchy eoent, due no doubt the bite in the westerly breeze, made sport somewhat alow in the morning, though plenty foxes kept pack and field the move, and really good hunt was enjoyed in the evening. Gorae. first drawn, warn empty, but fox jumped from cedar at the Pool Cover and
7 December 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE WAR AND TRADE.

THE WAR AND TRADE.

MORE EXPORT PROHIBITIONS A supplement »>f Gazette,” issued Saturday, announced that the Privy Council, a reoummendation from the Board oif Trade, have made the following addition* to the prohibitions of under Customs tKxportztaoo j Act (1) Tinned meats and tinplafcow-to ports of
7 December 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GLASGOW VESSEL SUNK.

GLASGOW VESSEL SUNK.

FOURTEEN MEN DROWNED OFF THE How fourteen sailors lost their lives and three escaped was told Plymouth Saturday on the sjt.vbJ of the steamer Cloch. Near early the same morning the captain rescued throe the crew the Glasgow steamer Waterloo, bound from Newport Rouen with Tho Clo
7 December 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
To the Editor of the Dtilt Post.

To the Editor of the Dtilt Post.

the Editor of the Post. Sir,—l am sending belts and mittens for H.MJ3. Miraudo, and will most grateful if any of your readers will spare me tbeir thermo* flasks for* the men on the night watch in the North Sea (also for H-M.fi. Minos. Their fires are out early and they have a lon
7 December 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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The King’s Return.

The King’s Return.

The whole country, believe, was unfeignedly glad to hear that his Majesty the King was visiting our troops in France. The whole country will be even more pleased to learn of his Majesty’s safe return. One may certainly assume that those charged with King George’s safety did thei
7 December 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Patriotic Appeal.

Patriotic Appeal.

M. Van der Velde, who spoke in French, delivered an impassioned appeal to bis compatriots in exile. oratorical effort it was simply great, and frequently elicited outbursts of chocring. With wealth of gesture and variety of inflection, he maintained the high patriotic note sound
7 December 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SUBTERRANEAN LIFE OP THE

SUBTERRANEAN LIFE OP THE

The following descriptive account which has been communicated by eye-witness present witn General Headquarters continues and sappltments the narrative published on the 3rd December of the movement* of the British force and the French armies in immediate touch with it;— November
7 December 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE BIRMINGHAM PATLY POST. MONDAY. DECEMBER 7, I9lj^

THE BIRMINGHAM PATLY POST. MONDAY. DECEMBER 7, I9lj^

tm. 6d- «d. per omrple; ditto (Aremed). ooupye; feathers). «d. 7 *- 00^l?A, (<ires«e«D, <ta Be. pw ooupte; - •• P” - WORCESTEll.—Blitter (Irrelil, k. Si 'k oluctra., k. 6e. td. par rikbits, a*, 26. *d. pop urboja. Is. 11l par 11.: blurs. *o- ««*■ ROSIN American the «pot is hohl
7 December 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DELAY IN DESPATCH OP MAT!

DELAY IN DESPATCH OP MAT!

DELAY DESPATCH OP MAT! ' Poet give notice that mail • r Atistria. an<l Hungary ausjjcncctl Corrwpon«Vnoe for other i« Ik * opportunity offers, bat ail •emooa *r<? nnoertam. and all •:orrc*pon<k-nre for abns. delay. In .rard mail* may expected ■ nx Thin day <;XKic<i*' . From West
7 December 1914 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England