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Hales Owen Gas.

Hales Owen Gas.

The annual meeting of this company yestfrday afternoon at Hales Owen. Mr. C. K. Bloomer presiding. The report shoved that the net profit, after payment interest debenture bond*, was £2,162 Ids. 6d., which, £1,899 Os. 2d. tha from the last account, made total of 1/4.061 13s. avai
25 February 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
REPORTS .VNI) DIVIDENDS-

REPORTS .VNI) DIVIDENDS-

REPORTS DIVIDENDS- Socth-Wkst AraCA Co.— report, ScoA* West. Africa for 1914 that lonwininr cation •with German South-West Africa haviu,’ cut off since the outbreak of the war. the Africa* accounts ar** available only down 1.0 April 30, 19W- The expcn«ritur*» incurrocl in Africa
25 February 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE BIRMINGHAM-DAILY POST,' THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 25. 1915.

THE BIRMINGHAM-DAILY POST,' THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 25. 1915.

laaa stout, and 7Ss. 77e. for Danish Nos. and sisesble. Canadian description continue Arm 6fia. 745., with fair demand. HAMS.—Trading quiet, but homo description* are well held, with Irish %*. to lias , and York and Cumber, laud 96* to 116*. American are slow, with short cua quo
25 February 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BO MBA PDIE R WELLS DEFEATS SERGEANT RICE,

BO MBA PDIE R WELLS DEFEATS SERGEANT RICE,

BO MBA R WELLS DEFEATS SERGEANT RICE, Bombardier Wells (the holder) aud Sergeant Rio® met the Opera House. Belfast, last night, for the heavy-weight championship Great Britain and Ireland. The spectators numbered over 3,CCO. Bice opened splendidly; indeed, he had the bettor matte
25 February 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CARING FOR OUR INDIAN SOLDIERS. HOW THEIR INTERESTS AND HEALTH ARE WATCHED. An officer in touch with the headquarters tha

CARING FOR OUR INDIAN SOLDIERS. HOW THEIR INTERESTS AND HEALTH ARE WATCHED. An officer in touch with the headquarters tha

Indian Army Corps.writing :he wots of the Indian Soldiers’ Fund, says:— Whether it the trenches, in the billets, or in the hospitals, signs of the most sincere solicitude for the welfare of our Indian soldiers, who are giving their lives freely and I willingly for the Empire of
8 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MACH3NEET AND TOOLS FOE SALE.

MACH3NEET AND TOOLS FOE SALE.

ABOUT Power Tranamlesion -All-steel Palleyi. sold and thousands stock: steel Shafting, Hangers. all kinds; Leather Belti ffl B.ngler Brand and 0.1 of General Engineers’ Stores Stm ; ]Ltd..Bmgle7 Works. Brjad.St Phone 911 Central C. C. Gosssge. Manager AB and Hand Ho.ste, Cranes.
2 December 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NISI FRXUS COURT.

NISI FRXUS COURT.

(Before Mr. Justice and Common Jury.) A Storm in Tkacut.” Samuel Mooris, min>er, 128, St. Ann’s R'vid, WilUenkiH, brought action for damag for alleg'd slarodwr Joseph Masou, Market Place, WiiSeiifeall. Mr. A Wii (instructed Messrs. WuLLcoek, VVoJverbanvpton) -was for the plainti
2 December 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Nuneaton Slandbb Action.

Nuneaton Slandbb Action.

■An action for damages for alleged slander was by Elizabeth Lunn, Chapel End, Nuneaton, ■gainst Maud A. Morris, of Chape! End. Mr. G. W. • owers (instructed by Mr. W. H. Pownall, Nuneaton) jras for plaintiff, and Mr. (instruoied by Messrs. and Co., Nuneaton) for defendant. ilr.
2 December 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CYCLE, MC/TCB, AND TYRE SHARES. INCREASING DEMAND FOR STABS. BIRMIXiGHiAiM, Wedneeday.—A good and weDdisUibuted business boeu transacted Motor, Cycle, and

CYCLE, MC/TCB, AND TYRE SHARES. INCREASING DEMAND FOR STABS. BIRMIXiGHiAiM, Wedneeday.—A good and weDdisUibuted business boeu transacted Motor, Cycle, and

Tyre shares. Sunbeams been active at prices showing further improvement. The for Stars has been increasinglj good, and the dosing price is the materially better one 13s. Napier Preference have been in request prices advancing to 18a. 9d., New Hudsons have remained firm, and De D
2 December 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
I.NKERMA.V STREET. ASTON.

I.NKERMA.V STREET. ASTON.

Lot 6.-A LKA.SI HOLD PROPERTY, numbered 54, IN KERMAN STREET, ASTON. Lot 7.-A Small LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. 160. Ac.. WILTON STREET, producing £37 la. per annum. COLEMAN STREET. ASHTED. Lot A—A LEASEHOLD STREET. 30 33. COLEMAN HEATH MILL LANK fßy order of the Mortgagees). Lot 9—A LE
6 July 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England