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SHOWN ON LIVING MODELS. Hi BRASCH AND ROTHENSTEIN, FORWARDING

SHOWN ON LIVING MODELS. Hi BRASCH AND ROTHENSTEIN, FORWARDING

SHOWN LIVING MODELS. BRASCH AND FORWARDING ACT, 191 A DRAPERS. JEWELLERS. FANCY DEALERS, CINEMA PROPRIETORS, AND OTHERS. MR. JOHN SULLEY is instructed by Mr. Arthur F. Whinney, Chartered Accountant, the Controller appointed by the Board Trade, to Sell, and 4oA. FORE STREET. LONDO
11 October 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
f- GAEBUGES, SADNESS, ETC., FOE SALE.

f- GAEBUGES, SADNESS, ETC., FOE SALE.

good new; BprSni* morocco, new robber lyre*, broke; *u-.t»bl* tar doctor; proportir Leamington gentleman. Would take ifeaeeoabt* ofler -Addrem. 26. Peat. TT'LOATft, Cten. R*Ui Cam. Pony Trap*. Lome*. fit hm, ip-to-dsia, «t modermt* prioe*. Pnvai« Bala dally; 10a SO Seta of Harne
11 October 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE SPECIAL REGISTER BILL.

THE SPECIAL REGISTER BILL.

Mr. BONA® LAW stated, in reply Mr. Harieton (Nat—Oahvaj, North), that it was the intention of the Government to proceed with the Special Register Bill.
11 October 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
EXPERT COMMISSIONERS AND

EXPERT COMMISSIONERS AND

THEIR DUTIES. Tii© terms of reference of the announced by Mr. Bond man are as follows: To enquire into the supply of wheat and floor in the United Kingdom, to purchase, sell, control the delivery of wheat and floor his Majesty’s Government, and generally take such steps as may s
11 October 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ABSOLUTELY SAFE.

ABSOLUTELY SAFE.

NoothersperientshoaJdbeadminißteredtomfants. Prevents food from turning soar during digestion. Especially adapted for delicate constitutions. Eeoommended doctors for over 100 years. The umversal remedy for Acidity the Stomach, Heartburn, Headache, Indigestion, Soar Eructation*,
11 October 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
rmcKP Hays to bb Jdstiixbd.

rmcKP Hays to bb Jdstiixbd.

Hays to Jdstiixbd. of payment for ■witli again in rofercaoe to the Army eocoants. On the outbreak war method had to be devised which she old secure supplies for the Army and yet protect the public interest by seeing: that the prices paid -were fair and reasonable. This took some
11 October 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
A Cause foe Ajczort.

A Cause foe Ajczort.

“At the same time your Committee cannot but view with anxiety the results which may follow from the very wide powers given by that section of departing from the original contributory basis the National Health Insurance scheme embodied in the Act of 191 L” With regard to the vote
11 October 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM TOBACCONISTS AND EARLY CLOSING

BIRMINGHAM TOBACCONISTS AND EARLY CLOSING

meeting of the Banringham and District Tdbacoonlets’ Trade and Benevolent Association was held the White Horse Hotel last night—Mr. H. Borgen presiding—when the Home Office order with regard the early closing of shops was discussed. The general feeling was that early dosing woul
11 October 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ALLEGED FBAUDULENT CLAIM.

ALLEGED FBAUDULENT CLAIM.

boating fatality Pershore, which a Birmingham munition worker, William Francis, of ,216, Ford House Lane, Stirchley, lost his life, was recalled the Pershore Police Court, yesterday, when Annie Falconbridge, with whom the deceased man had lodged, was charged with obtaining false
11 October 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England