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SIR A. MOND S

SIR A. MOND S

Sir A. MOND sa-id he was not the Hous© when Mr. W. Thorne spoke, but he gathered that the hon. member had made some personal reflections the firm with which was connected. Mr. W. THORNE: I said that you and your firm were bleeding the public the prices charged during the war, as
01 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Tee Position or Greece.

Tee Position or Greece.

These same organs, in view of justifying their attitude, point to what they call the Italian danger in Albania and the Dodekanese and the Russian danger at Constantinople. It is evident, however, they would not look upon Italy as a natural enemy of Greece had she remained at the
01 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Lame Theobies.

Lame Theobies.

The policy of Germany in the Near East is too well known and too thoroughly appreciated its right value in Greece for anybody to be taken in by the extremely lame theories developed handful of Greek journalists, who, for reasons best known to themselves, have taken up arms in fa
01 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
The Tbaintxg of Officebs.

The Tbaintxg of Officebs.

The of Officebs. The couirse at the Military Academy of Sofia, where the officer-corps is trained, is an exceedingly practical nature. The cadet is taught to entrench with his own spade and to shoot with his own rifle. Thus the young subaltern is at one and the same time officer
01 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
IRON, COAL, AND STEEL.

IRON, COAL, AND STEEL.

Armstrong, a 34/3 cf35,1% Richardsons 6°o P. fB Do. 4% D, 80% Steel of Canada Ist M, Beardmore P, al7/3 89% Cammed, c£s U. States Steel, 81% % Cargo Fleet, 12/6 12 6% 2%. 1% 2% 2 1"/.. 2 3 / 12,7% 12/6 % 1% 2%. % Corv 5% P, 83 Do. 7% P, 120% D 0.'4% Ist D. a 75 Do. 5% Bds. 100%
01 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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01 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FRANCE’S GOLD RESERVE.

FRANCE’S GOLD RESERVE.

Paris. September 30.—According return ih© Bank of Fraiao. - issued to-day, the gold in amountis £182,005,680, showing an increase of £2,002,720 compared wilfi last, week’s «me ant. Reuter.
01 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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01 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MACMILLAN’S LIST. New Long Novel by H. G. WELLS THE RESEARCH MAGNIFICENT 6s . Sale oyer 5,763,000 Copies. Mrs. Henry

MACMILLAN’S LIST. New Long Novel by H. G. WELLS THE RESEARCH MAGNIFICENT 6s . Sale oyer 5,763,000 Copies. Mrs. Henry

Wood’s Cloth, la. net per toL May UVCIo, obtained at all Booksellers, where list of the 37 Stories may seen. MACMILLAN & CO, Lid, LONDON. EVERYONE IS READING Ai all LUtraria 6/- JACOB PEEK ORANGE GROWER. A Tale of Southern California. By SIDNEY HERBERT BURCHELL. Author of Lady o
01 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FRESH FRUITS.

FRESH FRUITS.

English Damsons. Victoria Plums. French Pears. Home-grown Peaches. OR / SOLICITED. Telephone No. 34. Cooking Plums. Hothouse Grapes. Canary Bananas. Tomatoes. Lemons, &0., &o. WM. SCOTT & CO., FAMILY GI , AND WINE MIMS A.MTB, PEEL . E. MONTROSE. Telegrams—" Scotch, Montrose."
01 October 1915 - Montrose, Arbroath and Brechin review; and Forfar and Kincardineshire advertiser. - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland