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13 July 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

cHAMBER7LAIN, K&ING, &3 ON-E~S, LrTD, WU.= CL5MAG Or. IRRESEC'IIVE OF COST. ON' 1%11ND.AY NEXT, JANUARY 8, AND FOLLOwVINNG DAYS, ALL SLURPLUS ~STOCK OV' CA-RP'ETS1 CURTAINS, &C., &C. GENUINE cLEARANCE RLEDUCTIONS, .. AY INSTANCES AT H&LF. THE ACTUAL- COST PR.IM T- CHAEERLAIN KING
03 January 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
COURT CIRCULAR.

COURT CIRCULAR.

(JCOURT CIRCULAR OSOsNm, Wedneisday.-The Queen drove out yestri- day afternoon, accompanied by PrinceTs Heny. of Battenbeig and the Duchese of Albany. Colonel Lord William Cecil; Sir NValter Parratt, and Alr.Thedhald M, arrived at Osborne. Her' tajestv went out this niorn- jag. ?
04 January 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TIMBER IN 1899.

TIMBER IN 1899.

TIMBER IN i899. Teak-The market for -this wood was consistently firm throughout 1899. The shippers, both in Burma and Siam, continued to demand an advance on. the level of the previous year's prices, and consumers generally steadily resisted such pretensions. Forward contracts we
04 January 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BANKRUPTCY PROCEEDINGS.

BANKRUPTCY PROCEEDINGS.

BAYENIRUPTCY . PROCEIMING-S. A BinricaaAm Conrecrr-PRozO:rinS Ar8AI-s.-At the London Bankrupticy Counr, yesterday, the first meet- ing of creditors was held before Mr. C. A. Pope (assistant receiver) under the failure of Henry Patten. It appears that the debtor, formerly a wine m
10 January 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ONCE NIGHTLY SEASON,

ONCE NIGHTLY SEASON,

Bjemisgham. LAST TWO PERFORMANCES. TO-DAY. TO-NIGHT. GEORGE and EDWARD LAURILLARD. La conjunction with ALFRED BUTT, Present the Enormously Saoccssiul Musical Play, I. Mu. Ma.n,uatta.n." CAST INCLUDES 1 I iLACKA V. ((ED I^UPttEZ USUAL ONCE NIGHTLY PRICES. MONDAY Sovcmb<T 6.—Mr. A
04 November 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ADMISSION FREE.

ADMISSION FREE.

TOWN HALL, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 15, AT 7-30.
04 November 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Equal To New

Equal To New

NOT SCRAP BROKEN CASTINGS OR MACHINERY. REPAIRED ON THE SPOT (IF NECESSARY). RING US UP. WE WILL CALL AND ADVISE YOU, 16U ami 481 Midland. Phillips & Sox, Sheeborxe Street, Ladywood.
04 November 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HOUSES AND LAND WANTED.

HOUSES AND LAND WANTED.

CiOTTAGE, email, detached, with coach-honae; coEveniezt to > station; within mi lea of city—Address, A 6. Daily Post. COTTAGE, small Farm, or Modern House Wanted, three four bed rooms, within ten miles Birmingham.—Address, A 130. Daily Poet. I_| OUSE. lor March, part Edgbarton;
04 November 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ORCHESTRA FOR THE MIDLANDS. PROF. GRANVILLE BANTOCK’S SUGGESTIONS. ESTIMATED COST OF SCHEME. Professor dranville Bantock, who actively interesting hlfc.sr-2f in

ORCHESTRA FOR THE MIDLANDS. PROF. GRANVILLE BANTOCK’S SUGGESTIONS. ESTIMATED COST OF SCHEME. Professor dranville Bantock, who actively interesting hlfc.sr-2f in

the attempt to form Midland orchestra, has issued memorandum explaining the needs the district from musical point of view and the met hods and cost of meeting them. The present dearth orchestral playere, Pro- lessor points out, due to two causes. The first is the calling uu of y
04 November 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England