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SHIPPING, TOURS, ETC.

SHIPPING, TOURS, ETC.

L N ’• LINE. CAFE TOWN, BAY. ALCOA BAY, AND EAST LONDON. CLAN SINCLAIR Oct. 25 .... Oct. 30 These steamers will take cargo lor Lodor.tz Bay and Waifiih Bay Without transhipment saffic.ent inducement offers. NATAL. DELAGOA BAY. AND BEIRA. CLAN MACINTYRE Nov. 11 .... Nov. 17 NATAL
19 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY), OCTOBER 20. ESTATE OF MRS. WHITE LEY.

TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY), OCTOBER 20. ESTATE OF MRS. WHITE LEY.

REMOVED 43, YORK ROAD, EDGE ASTON,
19 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
exhall colliery accident relief

exhall colliery accident relief

The relief fund organised for the benefit of the widows, children, and other dependems the men who lost their in the serious accident at Ezhall Colliery last month making good progress, upwards of £7OO having been raised already. The Colliery Company have given £250; Mr. F. A. M
19 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MAJOR JOHN LEES AGAIN WOUNDED.

MAJOR JOHN LEES AGAIN WOUNDED.

News has been received at West Bromwich that Major John Lees, of the South Staffordshire Regiment, serving in France, has again been woundedthis time in the side. His friends will reassured to know that- the doctor does not think the wound is serious. Major Lees is in hosplttaJ.
19 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BELGIAN MILITARY REGISTER.

BELGIAN MILITARY REGISTER.

Commandant Maton, Military Attache to the Belgian Embassy> made inspection yesterday of the official register of sick, wounded, disabled, interned, imprisoned. and killed Belgian soldiers compiled by the Wounded Allies Relief Committee , at Sardinia House, Kingsway. This registe
19 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Germany’s New Allies.

Germany’s New Allies.

• »■ V> ■ ♦*«.••• V • Germany is probably thankful for help, whencesoever it may come, but for ail that there are some indications that- German publicists find & certain need apology for their new Allies ; and there are also that they not find the necessary whitewashing process
19 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ALLIED ADVANCE IN BULGARIA STRUMNITZA OCCUPIED. REPORTED LANDING IN TURKEY. THE GERMAN OFFENSIVE. The following French communication, received wireless, was

ALLIED ADVANCE IN BULGARIA STRUMNITZA OCCUPIED. REPORTED LANDING IN TURKEY. THE GERMAN OFFENSIVE. The following French communication, received wireless, was

issued the Press Eai-ja D<«patcnes from the Balkans announce thatfollowing Bulgarian aggression against Serbia Iran co-Serbian troops have now crossed the Bulgarian frontier and occupied Strumnitza. The above message is corroborated by the following Ileuter telegram from Athens,
19 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Attractive and Distinctive Printing

Attractive and Distinctive Printing

Ea IN the “Daily Pest” and Journal Printing Office those who value Good Printing will find an ideal service for the planning and preparing of the right kind of business literature. A Publicity man who understands ycur side of the business, the experienceJ staff of Compositors an
19 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE BIRMINGHAM DAILY POST, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1915.

THE BIRMINGHAM DAILY POST, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1915.

19 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Bach a.nb Barker, FUXER.AL, DIRECTORS AND l-UK-NUsHEEA 2 UPPER PKJORY. OLD SQUARE. Tc-epiiana i»3 2J2. . Printed and Published JOHN

Bach a.nb Barker, FUXER.AL, DIRECTORS AND l-UK-NUsHEEA 2 UPPER PKJORY. OLD SQUARE. Tc-epiiana i»3 2J2. . Printed and Published JOHN

f .ctthe.rOhjof No. New strec-i. B.; m.naaaai. ji the evutty v. tvarwa* TutsiiAV. UcUAhei It*Ki.
19 October 1915 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England