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AMERICAN SHOES IN GREAT BRITAIN.

AMERICAN SHOES IN GREAT BRITAIN.

AMERICAN SHOES IN GEA.T BRITATN. Mlr. Marshall Halstead, the United States Consul in Birmingham, in S report to his Government, says: The effort to sell American shoes in this country has certainly had a very marked effect on the style oe shoe wom, and though they have not gone t
14 August 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
AMERICAN TRADE AFFAIRS.

AMERICAN TRADE AFFAIRS.

I ?? r xw#A SLIGHT IBXPROYEMENT. r -Now -Eos, August 4.-Some improvement i generna business circles is graduay making itself felts and the prospects for the second half of the year 2 are becoming more cheerful. A halt in the down- 1 a ward tendency of pries that has occurred in.
14 August 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE TURKISH REIGN OF TERROR.

THE TURKISH REIGN OF TERROR.

THE TURKISH REIGN OF TE#ROR. Damad Mahmond Pacha, the Sultan's brother-in- law, who some months ago fled Nvith his two sons froni Constantinople, has written (says the " Standard ") tha following protest against the recent decision c Abdalu HaEnid to deprive all the Ottoman subje
14 August 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WOLVERHAMPTON ORPHANAGE: ANNUAL MEETING.

WOLVERHAMPTON ORPHANAGE: ANNUAL MEETING.

- - H ?? W OLVERIIAMPTON OR1PHANAGE IANTNT'TAL IN)TETING. The annual meeting ef the goetnehrt nand supporters of the WolverharnpgtDn Orphanage was held rester- day at the insttitution, Coldthonle ThU. WoGieRkiazap- ten, ahnd was numeramly ahteded. Mr. XV. Lees (the chairman of th
04 April 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA.

WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA.

MORNING EXPRESS EDITION! MHE MISHAP TO A CONVOY GUNNERS' GALLANTRY. ATTEMPT TO SAVE THE GUNS. IRISH REBELS IN ACTION. BPRITISH PRISONERS SHOT BLOEMFONTEIN WATER SUPPLY. ENEMY NOT DISLODGED. JoCBERF'S DYING LAMENT, LORD ROBERTS'S MESSAGE The following telegram from Lord Roberts t
04 April 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
2fLAWD DISTRICT NEWS

2fLAWD DISTRICT NEWS

WeLT rMPMPrON &Z5tn 5.-AtS thE ue Woserham ton Pol otesterday a Yte ar the BeGh sanctioned ?? reappoin imen to[ Miessr.N J.C.Le,4 .Roe ,G Sherwood, and E. 1,. Cull Wic as overseen,. Tns ArT nnrxpu Moarrs-M AT S~riacmar.-Tbe:woman Rosannab Heath, livinz At 6. pcrsiseor Road, Sr~i
04 April 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
A BISHOP'S LIGHTER MOMENTS.

A BISHOP'S LIGHTER MOMENTS.

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04 April 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

CGRRESPOM?EN(YE?. N~tC ffrZOs- COl.ZUIESO2WDE242S.-A tottc.s iataeted rr pitil4aim. ust be aeronni~ai b. te none andl addres ?? n-iteie - ol- eeily or ciotie, Z r fot ?? te RS Witera' H'hen: 7nrso iba care not gtgire in We rcourse of a day or Its :its xqu~slionws wic jieae to swa
04 April 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

EDUCATIONAL (ccnd). ?? ?? NeWs at.onal School sod ~J o Aag~t nze.~li'sajcan ith tittj- taeeett. of 15517 te~ad renc me not , 1. S.teAn4$ Auz~ K-! t lcg . Scsatas'a-, piaa~t huselaw ?? ON-STOVE, Wcrctstera ?? S , cieooc premssue &ad gooedwt 17pespsa isgetrpart off aleich zzit be.
20 July 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE COMPANIES BILL.

THE COMPANIES BILL.

THlE COMPANIES ALL. The Standing Committee on Trade met an hour earlier than usual yesterday to proceed with the fur- ther clauses of the Companies Bill. - Mr. Arthur O'Connor presided. On Clause 16, Mr. C. McArthur moved an amendment requiring that in the case of companies whose
20 July 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England