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LORD DERBY TO SERVE WITHOUT

LORD DERBY TO SERVE WITHOUT

SALARY. At question time in the House of Commons yesterday, Mr. Tennant (Under Secretary for War) informed Mr. Molteno that Lord Derby, as Director of Recnn.-tin". would be responsible to the Secretary of State for War (Lord Kitchener). He would be assisted a director of recruit
20 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
EDUCATIONAL.

EDUCATIONAL.

EDGBASTON OHDRCH ENGLAND COLLEGE FOR UIKLS Ltd.i. CALI’HUKPt- HOAD. President: TEL LORD BISHOP BIRMINGHAM Mistress: Miss FREDA GODFREY, it. ii.lda'a Eall. lord. Honour School of Modern History KINDERGARTEN TRAINING DEPARTMENT. PLAYING FIELDS IN THE COLLEGE GROUNDS PUPILS ARE REC
18 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PUBLIC NOTICES.

PUBLIC NOTICES.

TOWN HALL, TO-DAY. p R A N D CONCERT BY THE BAND OF THE ROYAL WARWICKSHIRE REGIMENT, IN AID OF THE WOUNDED PRISONERS IN GERMANY. ARTISTS; MR. FRANK MULLTNGS. MR. ARTHUR COOKE. MR. CLARENCE RAYBUOLD. DOORS OPEN 7. COMMENCE 7.30. S»als be bo:ked Mesa*. W. H. PRIESTLEY SONS -jgIRMI
18 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HOUSES AND LAND TO LET.

HOUSES AND LAND TO LET.

BEARWOOD (Miloote House). —Attractive Corner Residence; modern conveniences; unique position for doctor.— Vaughan. Estate Ageut-~. 7. Union Pas-age, BOXBUSH House. Stou’ton (five miles from Worcester) —To be Let. picturesque Farmhouse, capital garden; immediate possession Low re
18 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SITUATIOHS VACANT.

SITUATIOHS VACANT.

Oopie* only of Testimonials to bf sail. Advertisement! under this tend not contain requests for stomps or addressed envelopes DEFENCE OF THE REALM ACT. A'i/ertias'nsntiin the Situations Vacant columns front Firms whose business consists wholly or mainly in engineerin;, shipbuild
18 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SILLY TALK IN A PUBLI OUSE.

SILLY TALK IN A PUBLI OUSE.

Shrewsbury ou Saturday Thomi-s Cli oil oner of Holt, Wrexham, was sent- need two months imprison riven: for causing uisaflectic-n amongst Majesty’s subjocis. ChaLoucr, in the Mermaid Inn. said the Gormans were certain win; that half English and Fr •• were wiped out already; and
18 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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18 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM OFFICER KILLED, A SON OF ALDERMAN TONES.

BIRMINGHAM OFFICER KILLED, A SON OF ALDERMAN TONES.

BIRMINGHAM OFFICER KILLED, SON OF ALDERMAN TONES. Major S. W. Tonks, R.E., son Alderman Tonks, has been killed in action in France. General C. Wingffeld-Sixatfopd, notifying the widow her husband’s death, writes; —"His loss to me is irreparable, as was very able and helpful, and
18 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
COURT CIRCULAR.

COURT CIRCULAR.

Buckingham Palace, Saturday. Lord Bobc-rt Cecil and Sir .Francis Hopwood had audicncs the King. The King and Queen visited this afternoon the civilians, men and women, in the Charing Cr<ibs Hospital, who were injured by bombs dropped from a Zeppelin in the streets of London Wedn
18 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SERBIA’S STUPENDOUS TASK.

SERBIA’S STUPENDOUS TASK.

THE WORLD OF MUSIC. THE BOH. GIRL.” ■There are SO me pleasures so exquisite in anticip ion that one almost fears to taste them; raits for the predestined hoar and place, lire hus has it been with myself and The Bohemi ■. Hrl.” I have delayed for years ths renew-.n® c uy acquaint
18 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England