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MAJOR J. W. HILLS. M.P., SAFE.

MAJOR J. W. HILLS. M.P., SAFE.

report published yesterday that official news had b received in Durham on Saturday night that Col. G. H. Hill s brother. Major J. W. Hills, M.P. for Durham, bad been killed in action, is incorrect. The officer killed was secood-Lieutenaot C. H .Hills, second son of Colonel Hills
11 September 1916 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TWO PERSONS KILLED AND SEVERAL INJURED

TWO PERSONS KILLED AND SEVERAL INJURED

A terrible tragedy took place in the East End of Glasgow Saturday night. It is slated that at about nine o’clock disturbance wa* progress in the backyard of a tenement, where discharged soldier, who had been wounded on active service, lived. A number of persons were congregated,
11 September 1916 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ALARMING ACCIDENT IN BIRMINGHAM SEVERAL PERSONS INJURED

ALARMING ACCIDENT IN BIRMINGHAM SEVERAL PERSONS INJURED

ALARMING ACCIDENT BIRMINGHAM SEVERAL PERSONS INJURED About eight oclock last tugbt alarming accident occurrod Great Hampton Korr. when two Corporation tramcara came into collision, w:tb the remit that several pacseDgors were injured, five being taken to (be General Hospital. Prom
11 September 1916 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE CLERGY AND THE WAR. BISHOP OF BIRMINGHAM REPLIES TO MR. B. TILLETT.

THE CLERGY AND THE WAR. BISHOP OF BIRMINGHAM REPLIES TO MR. B. TILLETT.

To® Bishop of Birmingham, -who returned the cilj Saturday, makes-the following reply to Mr. Ben Tillett, who at the Trades Union Cdngreee pawed severe the clerg>-, suggesting that their desire was avoid combatant service. "My difficulty,” said, “has been keep young fellows the c
11 September 1916 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BRITISH CROSS THE STBTTSIA

BRITISH CROSS THE STBTTSIA

Seoretary of War Office makc« following announcement The General Officer Commanding the British Forces at Salonika repo&s-j- Strong British detach men ts crowed the Strum* « engaged the enemy. There has heen considerable artillery the Doiran area.
11 September 1916 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PRICES.

PRICES.

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11 September 1916 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
APARTMENTS TO BE LET.

APARTMENTS TO BE LET.

words V,- tacX inttrlion. C 4 for additional wordt. for «or-tl«aeo Botrden; bath, *to ; -c*. •w* BA COCK’S Bed Boos Vacaot. pr.rata hoQM. with lor oOT>pic. cli-Jdrcn.— 37y L. Mjkii. PARTMKNT3 jnod«rat«. balh. P«u»o: aoit XX I lid. oeri.—2oo. Mopnment H<L. or. Hadley lid AP.4ETMK
11 September 1916 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HACmNEHY AND TOOLS FOR SALE,

HACmNEHY AND TOOLS FOR SALE,

BICYCLE HStn.l. iCI bright, roadster, loa-Lec* andCo'a Mach I ne Mart. Birat foni Koad. BICYCLE (SZinch), bright machine, ball beariuga, rna-later; prloe £5.—2. Cross Street. Hill Street. BIO (S2in. interchangeable*, black and fold; good ooodltjon. —P. W. Wallla, Belmont. Six Wa
27 April 1881 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SITUATIONS VACANT OB V.VNTr.D.

SITUATIONS VACANT OB V.VNTr.D.

ACTION « FUcr-up.—April. E. Walton. 4!Ki, Whittall Stroel. . AOSST Wanted m KlrmlnshMH /or White Cro«" Lino Steamers New York weekly from Hull and Ixmdon. for S,**. 18s. Reduced third-class fare. Small cash security Indispensable. J. Cowley and Co.. Managers, Hull. AGENT and Col
27 April 1881 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
fHURSDAY AND SATURDAY AT THREE AND EIGHT.

fHURSDAY AND SATURDAY AT THREE AND EIGHT.

AND SATURDAY AT THREE AND EIGHT. The F LYING D UTCHMAN• AND OTHER ENTERTAINMENTS. Prices 25.. Is., and 5<L O O ASTON
06 January 1882 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England