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HAVE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO THE PUBLIC AND THEIR NUMEROUS CLIENTS

HAVE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO THE PUBLIC AND THEIR NUMEROUS CLIENTS

THE OPENING 01' THE LARGEST AND MOST LUXURIOUS SHOW ROOMS ENGLAND. THE CORNER OF Lower Temple Street and stbphenson street, Birmingham, TO-DAY, THURSDAY, JULY THE FIRST, 1915, WITH THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTION OF NEW CARS IN EUROPE. WILL PAY £lO ANY CHARITABLE INSTITUTION IF T
1 July 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
IMLERJIAN rPEECT. ASTON.

IMLERJIAN rPEECT. ASTON.

Ta.l 6-A I.E.VSEHOI.D PROPERTY, consisting Fire II<K .-*M. situated and numbered 4b. 48, £G. 52. and 54, MERMAN STRI.FT. n«sr New Town How. Aston. They are let I- «‘>l tensuls at weekly r«nia.i prodocuig sum 1 • per annum Leasehold for nim ty-maa years Irom June, Ground rent 2 p
1 July 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BUSINESSES FOR SALE.

BUSINESSES FOR SALE.

IJAKERB; good working-clss* district. Bristol; taking £6O »* to weekly; well-fftied comer shop, good convenient dwelling house; owner retiring alter years' snc.-esafnl trvling; exceptional far bosiaesa man with •boot 4..100 Watermans. Btar Buildings. Bristol. UAKEHB, Conlectioif
1 July 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PARTNERSHIPS.

PARTNERSHIPS.

ILLUSTRATOR {Procesa Art*t', with good connection Wishes to Meet F.rm Uigh-rlaea Printers willing up sHrae; ptinUng ordora could obtained.—Address. 100. Daily py*t. LAND and E*:ate Agency.— onrioua Obtain .. in above, growing concern. lngham ' a, 0220, Daily Poet. Offered Commer
1 July 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
To th« Editor of the Daily Post.

To th« Editor of the Daily Post.

To th« Editor the Daily Post. Sir, —Numerous as are the calls made on tho charitable public owing to the war, those of old-established societies must not forgotten. The clergy who throughout the country have had bear their share of the heavy burdens of the past year have cheerful
1 July 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DARDANELLES OPERATIONS.

DARDANELLES OPERATIONS.

A REQUEST FOR MORE OFFICIAL NEWS. Sir H. DALZIEL Burgh*) ettfgeeled the Government that they »houkl give the public more frequent announcements operation* the and that a Ministerial statement made early date the progress of the operations to the present time. Sir A. MARKHAM iL—N
1 July 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE KAISER’S MESSAGE TO THE SULTAN

THE KAISER’S MESSAGE TO THE SULTAN

Tiie German Emperor has sent telegram to the Sultan expressing joy the success the operation which Sultan underwent. The Sultan replied that was much better, and congratulated the Kaiser upon the fall Lemberg as the result strong combined action the gallant Imperial armies—Centr
1 July 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NEW COMPANIES.

NEW COMPANIES.

F. W. Powell & Co.—This company has been registered, with a capital of £2,000 in £1 shares, take over the business of F. W. Poweil and Co. at 100-101, Park Street, Birmingham, to carry on business saddlers’ ironmongers, horse-collar makers, block saddlers, harness makers, hame,
1 July 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BANK RATES.

BANK RATES.

England, 5 percent, Augnst 8 1914 France 5 per cent, August 20, 1914 Germany 5 per cent. Dccem. 191* iussia 6 percent. July 29, 1914 • tl KT_„ « • . w- uui_y e,a, j *• s*/i percent., Novem. 9, 191 N ctuerlands & percent, August 21, 191 Belgium 5 per ccuc., August 27, Austria-Hun
1 July 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
COTTOM.

COTTOM.

„ v NEW YORK, Juno 30. Cotton the spot closed without va.u . Futures opened steady 1 to ix.:i;to advance better c-ables than expected and bullish private crop < nditien estimates, includin'; 7U.7 by the "Journal Comm rcc." and 7U.5 Miss latter also nuicir..' th<- <k-oreasc lo.lV
1 July 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England