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EAST LONDON.

EAST LONDON.

Glaagow Birkenhead CLAN LESLIE - .... July 28 CLAN MENZIES Aug. 12 .... Aug. 18 These steamers will take cargo for Bay and without trooehipment it autfioiemt inducement offers. NATAL. DELAGOA BAY, AND BEIRA. CLAN MACDOUGALL July 29 .... Aug. 4 NATAL. DELAGOA BAY, AND MAURITIUS.
28 July 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SALES BY PRIVATE CONTRACT.

SALES BY PRIVATE CONTRACT.

BAY.—To be Sold, RESIDENCE, known as ' BRYN LITHIN." standing on the slope of Flagstaff Hdl above tnc CV.nway Road, with splendid view Rhos, Colwyn. and out sea. It contains Porch. Vestibule, with Cloakroom. and weil-hcnted Entrance Hail, four Entertaining Rooms, six principal B
28 July 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SITUATIONS VACANT {could.)

SITUATIONS VACANT {could.)

BOOT Trad*-Wan t«J. firrt-class Ban’. FixaJiar, two Brncbman. a.«o Sir-cluaan. lor nrj b««t repair*.—< 8. larade, tsuiuon BitF.tii jjol.rcror—Coed Wanted.—Ajiply, T. and Son. jW. Oroar llaiopton St. rCiIF.ItS.—Second In Slaughter-honaa, Shop and Round; live out; tharacter.—lion.
28 July 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PERSONAL

PERSONAL

FlilST REPLY. -Will you opposite—if fineont Sunday fTir.ng S-li. Plt-mne aod<nUnd. holiday notices, hotels, etc. I* LANDUDNO PIER CONCERTS. GRAM) D*ily. July 16. Mr. ANI>LE»O>’ M< 01.. T ii'r HOTELS:- Hotel Windsor, VICIt)KIA STRUT. LONDON. S.W. BRITISH OWNER AND BRITISIi MANAGE
16 July 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MEDICAL.

MEDICAL.

’Vt’URSE-OOM’PANION’ to Invalid Lady or eeveral * years’ nur.-ing experience: references.- Addreas, 24. Daily Pott. TRAINED Nurse or Oompanion. ftiscngagesl; dotn<Sf rated; tortimouiil, docrorv. pa .e *'-: .sigiiam distruA pr*» ferred.—Address, R212. Daily Post.
16 July 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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NEXT WEEK’S BUSINESS.

NEXT WEEK’S BUSINESS.

Mr. ASQUITH, replying questions respecting.the programme of business for next week, stated that Monday they would take the second reading of the Price of Coal (Limitation) Bi.l and other bills on the paper, and Tuesday ihe Vote of Credit. The Governcaent of India Bill would also
16 July 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE ALLIES AND THE USE OF GAS.

THE ALLIES AND THE USE OF GAS.

SirHEXRY DALZIELtsked the Under Secretary for War whether the commun.cation issued the War Office the press on July 11. in which it was stated that the Allies had not resorted to the use of gas against the enemy, was to regarded as indication that there is a change of policy in
16 July 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
OFFICER BROTHERS KILLED IN ACTION.

OFFICER BROTHERS KILLED IN ACTION.

Dr. F. A. Juckca, of Horsham, Sussex, a member of an old Shropshire family in the Wellington district, has lost two officer eons the war. Lieutenant Rowland Juckes (Royal Sussex Regiment) was killed in action few weeks ago, and Dr. Juckea has received official intimation that hi
16 July 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BELGIAN PRISONERS IN GERMANY.

BELGIAN PRISONERS IN GERMANY.

An appeal being made on behalf the 25,000 Belgian prisoners of war now in Germany. Their plight is said be terrible, as they suffer much from their treatment, and from want food, and they have no one help them. The only w’ay to help them is by finding 25.003 English friends, eac
16 July 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GERMANY.

GERMANY.

Washington. July 15. It that an ex'prcssion of regret has ben received trom Germany for the torpedoing of the Nebraskan. excuse offered that the vessel was misa for one belonging one of the bcllig’ rent lations. Germany has also offered to pay compensation.—Central News. KORWEGI
16 July 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England