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Exceptionally Fine Modern Buildings. Mach Increased Boarding Accommodation. THE HIGHEST CLASS FOR BOYS. BOARDERS. ENGINEERING SIDE. WITH FULLY-EQUIPPED CARPENTERS A ENGINEERS SHOPS. SPECIAL PREPARATION FOR BIRMINGHAM AND LONDON MAlttlC. AND FOR SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICAL SCHOLARS
26 November 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ESTATE OP G. H JOHNSTONE. DECEASED.

ESTATE OP G. H JOHNSTONE. DECEASED.

NORTHFIELD. IMPORTANT SALE FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSES; BUILDING LAND, AND GROUND RENTS,*
26 November 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TAILORS —Wanted, first-claes Trousers and Breeches Maker, aeo good Coat Hamd—B ey, Hertford St.. Ooventry. vpAILORINQ. —Boy leaving school Wanted,

TAILORS —Wanted, first-claes Trousers and Breeches Maker, aeo good Coat Hamd—B ey, Hertford St.. Ooventry. vpAILORINQ. —Boy leaving school Wanted,

for Order Depart- meat; good prospects—Ursell and Harrison. Broad St. Corner. pAILORS —Wanted, once first-class Coat Maker: best work only: piece or weekly wages.—Booth. Darwall dt., Walsall. npAlLOßS.—Smart Salesman and Window-dTessor Wauled X once. 40s. weekly, boons.—LlUy. Co
26 November 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DRINK RESTRICTIONS.

DRINK RESTRICTIONS.

Dr. ADDISON {Parliamentary Secretary, Munitions) elated in reply to Mr. Cowan (L —Aberdeenshire, E.) that he was informed the Central Control Board, following their usual practice, were constantly conferring with the representatives of the principal trade unions particularly aff
26 November 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ALLIES PREPARE FOR LONG STAY AT

ALLIES PREPARE FOR LONG STAY AT

ALLIES PREPARE FOR LONG STAY SALONIKA. Zurich, November 24. Salonika reports received Vienna are taken to indicate that the Allies intend to remain there a long time. In addition to the landing of several heavy guns, machinery has also been brought for an electric power-station,
26 November 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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COLONIAL RAILWAYS.

COLONIAL RAILWAYS.

C*nttd* A Untie 4% Ist M, (M. Tk. Pacifle Nortlm. Quebec M B. 08 9 4% Guar D, 58% 80. Lake Sop. 4% Canadian Norths. 4% B, Ist M. 78% 67% Do. J>. 694* Do. 57i B, 81% Gd. Tk. of Canada, 11% Canadian Paciflc, n196% 12 % ll’M. n“/» % % % 7 80. Gpar. 62% 2 8% 7% % c 7 Do. 5% Ist P. 6
26 November 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND POWER. Rapids, Eastn. Power 6%. Service, 02 Victoria F«lh, Do. 7%. % 7/6 7/fH Consumers Power 6%.

ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND POWER. Rapids, Eastn. Power 6%. Service, 02 Victoria F«lh, Do. 7%. % 7/6 7/fH Consumers Power 6%.

104 SHIPPING. Court (Prev. issues), 25,9 Inter. Merc. Common, 21 25/7% 20% Cress lug ton, 25/10% 24,3 • Do. P, 70% *U% Do. 4%% M. 97% Boulder Fdg. Certs., 38,0 Do. M \Certs, of Jones (W. C. & T.), 29/9 Deposit), 07% Lon.-Amer.can Maritime, 25/1% 25/6 TEA, COFFEE. AND RUBBER ASag
26 November 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
5 3/9 4/0 s(6O/3 60/9

5 3/9 4/0 s(6O/3 60/9

3/9 s(6O/3 60/9 b, 20/6, 20/4%. 20/6, 20/9, 20/6, 20./9, 21/0, 7/0, 17/4%, 117/3, 17/6, 17/9. MISCELLANEOUS.—TRANSACTIONS. War Loan, ♦%%. /». H» Forxtetal LaisslS, Do. Scrip, *97, 99%, British Ooneole, Columbia Gas, 17 New York Central TUy., Brunner, Ptef., M#u, John Brow* Pref.,
26 November 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
POSITION OF TERRITORIALS

POSITION OF TERRITORIALS

MU. TENNANT AND THE QUESTION OF CONSCRIPTION. In due House of Commons yeetanday, Mr. RendalU (L—Gloucester, Thombisry) asked the Undersecretary for War whether, having regard to the eacrifioee made by the Territorials who are serving their country in Flanders, GaUipoili, India,
26 November 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Education Depahtment.

Education Depahtment.

In the course of observations upon the expenditure certain departments, the committee pointed out, in regard education, that up to the present no indication had been given by the Education Committee of any proposals for real economies in their expenditure, but the committee were
26 November 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England