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ATTENTION! Points That Tell. 4 G. D. CAFFIN, *mkrr* CONSULTING OPTICIAN. 47, HIGH STREET, BIRMINGHAM, the LARGEST PROVIDER SPECTACLES IN

ATTENTION! Points That Tell. 4 G. D. CAFFIN, *mkrr* CONSULTING OPTICIAN. 47, HIGH STREET, BIRMINGHAM, the LARGEST PROVIDER SPECTACLES IN

ENGLAND. Uoa»; i>-8: V»«do».»-i: ; Liverpool. We combine Efficiency in Eyesight Testing and the most Sfd lei Worimanfhip prorurab en oar goods. AKD LET FIT TOO V/IW| OF OOK 10o». FuJJaD eye glasses from 10/6
09 December 1918 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PUBLIC NOTICES.

PUBLIC NOTICES.

Til IDL AN D “MUS ICA L SOCIETY ■* J COTTON i. 84TIBD.\y NEXT. NOV. 9, IN TOWN HALL. 30, Sullivan’s GOLDEN LEGEND.” *n.:, OHCHFSTRA. CHOIR AND ORGAN. Special Eaßaeemvnt WALTER HYDE (Beecham Opera Company) 5 ', Ss3t« 3s. and iA. Unreserved Is. ,-vnd Co.. CXAlmore Row. Thomas birk
07 November 1918 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PRESSES AND MACHINES.

PRESSES AND MACHINES.

Apply. Nearest Employment Exchange. No person resident more ten miles away or already engaged on Goromment work will be engaged SLATERS WANTED. TOP RATES PAID Slaters wanted for important govern- MJSNT WORK, AT HOLUNWOOD. SEAR OLDHAM. Apply: RICHARD FLETCHER. LTD., WHALLEY RANGE
07 November 1918 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HOUSES, See. FOR SALE

HOUSES, See. FOR SALE

COCK'S Green.—To Sold cheap, Hooec with -£a. bath (h. and c.l. w.c.'s ; long leaee; bin mamtee kTation.—ls B, Mail. T>TXjOMSBUBY.—Fnchold Property; 2 Shops. Honoe*; income £57 4e.; ior quick sale £s3o.—Horrex. 3S. Upper Priory. EXCHANGE House. Hall Green, Ifts. fid. clrar. bath,
07 November 1918 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
2STEW GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENT

2STEW GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENT

WITH LARGE POWERS.
07 November 1918 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
(Admiralty, ptr Wireleet Prtt*-)

(Admiralty, ptr Wireleet Prtt*-)

The following has been transmitted through the wireless stations the French Government: the German High Command. From Marshal —lf the German plenipo* tentiaries. wish to meet Marshal to ash him for an armistice, they are to advance to the French outposts the Chimay-Fourmiea-Le C
07 November 1918 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ARMENIA AND TURKISH ARM I STICK.

ARMENIA AND TURKISH ARM I STICK.

Sir Richard Cooper asked whether in the armistice granted to Turkey there were any conditions relating to Armenia other than those published? Mr. Bonar Law replied in the negative. DEMOBILISATION- J MEN TO BE RELEASED ACCORDING TO STATE OF TRADE. The Minister of Labour <Mr. G. H
07 November 1918 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CYCLE. MOTOR, AND TYRE MARKET.

CYCLE. MOTOR, AND TYRE MARKET.

Prices show little Rolls have been active, but are easier, and Rovers have slapped back to 735. Sunbeams have been firm, and Vaushalls have improved to 30s. Qd. Humbers were weak at the dose. Thansaetnons ra local snores:t- Bros. 35/8 Triumph 48/3. Bretts 61/9 Charran 21/- 36/6
07 November 1918 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
grape sugar which it contains Veda” can be eaten without Butter, Margarine. Marmalade, or Jam necessary. Your Baker and Grocer

grape sugar which it contains Veda” can be eaten without Butter, Margarine. Marmalade, or Jam necessary. Your Baker and Grocer

sell Jt—- get a loaf to-day , BREAD 1 FOR [breakfastJ n't 7EDA is much nicer \/ than ordinary brovm bread, and NINE TIMES more nourishing. gecause of the natural rich
07 November 1918 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NEW SHIPS. r * I am an old soldier with record of eighteen years with the colours, having served in

NEW SHIPS. r * I am an old soldier with record of eighteen years with the colours, having served in

tfie Boer War and India. When war was declared, I went to France, taking part in the second Battle of Ypres. Loos. Lambrai, etc. I have used Phosffcrine and ofl for years, and have always derived benefit from it, but particularly during the time was in the trenches in France It
07 November 1918 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England