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SALES BY AUCTION.

SALES BY AUCTION.

IN PRIZE. TO BE SOI.D BY PUBLIC AUCTION, by order ami for account of the Marshal the Admiral tv (bv direction of *r Clll SIM, Brokers to t.e Mar- • r. the TRADED HALL. 81. oTREET. GL.VSGOW . THURSDAY NEXT. AUGUST a. AT ONE PM. EX S3. “ANTII.LV AND TAURUS” AT DUNDEE About Boxes F
2 August 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WESTON-SUPER-M ARE.

WESTON-SUPER-M ARE.

Weston-super-Mare, despite the withdrawal of excursions and cheap bookings tho railway companies, is full of visitors. The Midland countin, as usual, are large contributors. London visitors are exceptionally numerous. The importation steadily progressed throughout last week. On
2 August 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FATAL WORKS ACCIDENT. CLAY LOADER PINNED UNDER DOBBIN

FATAL WORKS ACCIDENT. CLAY LOADER PINNED UNDER DOBBIN

enquiry wa* held Saturday into the death Thomas William Pear*ehouse (48), 81, Birmingham Street. Stourbridge, who was found dead underneath upturned truck on Thursday, the works of llufferd and Co. (Limited). Btambennill, where was employed as a clay loader. Arthur Waldron, Ghaw
2 August 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FOUR KILLED BY EXPLOSION.

FOUR KILLED BY EXPLOSION.

Two further deaths have occurred, making four in ill, connection with the explosion the works of Spencer sod Lured ale (Ltd.), Bury. One man died the infirmary after admission, and another body was recovered Saturday morning PAINTINGS STOLEN FROM COUNTRY HOUSE. House, Northampto
2 August 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE I SK OF SI UMAKINES.

THE I SK OF SI UMAKINES.

THE I SI UMAKINES. “But nora**tiiPK more Din»t suiil about s>ab- rratlinK ouut -üb! that were German invention ami that only (.<eruian foregight ha«l reali-etl that their uoiilil necessitate; nvitlificutiou in battle taelies. Hut this truth h.u* been among the commonplaces naval
2 August 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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SALES BY AUCTION TO-MORROW. KJDDKRMIXSTEK CATTLE MARKET, TOMORROW (TncsdEyl, 3, 10 30 promi't— Pat and CATTLE. Ifti O’-aad F.tt ITEIPF.RS.

SALES BY AUCTION TO-MORROW. KJDDKRMIXSTEK CATTLE MARKET, TOMORROW (TncsdEyl, 3, 10 30 promi't— Pat and CATTLE. Ifti O’-aad F.tt ITEIPF.RS.

I.oW Stole a HELP, PIGS, and Fat T,\mbs will l>o sold 12-4-3, and earlj attendance ejjecialij re<jue>ied. A JO>EL-AND. A actioneera.
2 August 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BUSINESSES POE SALE

BUSINESSES POE SALE

BAKERS and Confeetioners.—Soand old Business; takings average about £250 weekly retail. Price £2.5:0.-Goodeve Cannon St. BAKERY. —For Sole, excellent old-e*!?b.ished Bakery and l-onlectioner- Business, carried on bv Messrs. A. Edwards and Sons. 19. Upper Bii*ton St.. Aston, toge
17 August 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ST.TJATIONS WANTED BY

ST.TJATIONS WANTED BY

ST.TJATIONS WANTED . Dewixes Evening Work; tradsemen’s bcoka wffltten prepared and audited.—Addrtcs, K <«, Da<4y Poau > "a Required Advertsasr rd2l, good all-ro.tnd of modern advertising, sketching, photography; ineligible active service: sabmitted.— Address. PX. Daily Pc* DVEBTI
17 August 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CAESAR’S FIRST MASTER.

CAESAR’S FIRST MASTER.

KILLED IN A TRAP ACCIDENT AT WANDSWORTH. An inquest was held Wandsworth yesterday the body of Leonard Mutter, canine specialist, Tonaley Hill, Wandsworth. Mr. Mutter, who was 77 years of age, supplied the late King Edward with the famous terrier Cseaar. Deceased was killed drivi
17 August 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Second Reserve

Second Reserve

10th Bn. E. Lan. R.~Temp. Capt. G. H. Turner, from Bch (.Service) Bn. to temporary captain (Aug. 5, but with seniority from Nov. 14). 9lh Bn. D. of Corn. L.l.—Temp. Lieut. G. F. P. Warren, from 7th (Service) Bn., to temporary lieutenant (July 27. but with seniority from Feb. 20)
17 August 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England