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There are ink re often ore* Jj.<. now *Gaiwari names arc laying the tram lines which are brag customers HOW ARTHS (who •re still making Defiance at sb, Hi*“ Stract, near Dale-End). BOB.—Tirae is Money; therefore you losa money if you don t have correct time. "Time Work* Wonder”
20 June 1906 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CYCLES AND MACHINERY FOR SALE.

CYCLES AND MACHINERY FOR SALE.

ABANDON Searching for Wonderful Offers.—We sell at the very lowest prices: our cash prices are lower tbim any other boom; £4. 15k fid. for out Cbioftain Cycle, fitted with Dunlop tyres, Brampton * fitting*, chain, brakes, model* the famous Coventry. Birmingham, and Bed ditch mak
20 June 1906 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
■ THE BIRMINGHAM DAILY MAIL, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 30. 1906.^ THE CHESTNUT TREE.

■ THE BIRMINGHAM DAILY MAIL, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 30. 1906.^ THE CHESTNUT TREE.

Sir.—ln reference to the chestnut tree in front the war memorial in Cannon Hill Park. I myeelf am lover of natune, hut I fail to why one tree should spoil one the finest monuments in. the United Kingdom, it certainly does, hiding it. When you walk up the main drive you cannot ge
20 June 1906 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
COUNCIL SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS.

COUNCIL SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS.

Sir,—l -was pleaaed to see “Old Edwardian’s” letter Saturday’s Mail re a'bove. I consider a great injustice has been done to the working man's children the closing them of our eeoondary education schools since 1904, previous to which they were free to the best of all comers.” Th
20 June 1906 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE EVIDENCE.

THE EVIDENCE.

The first witness called w«s Ellen Hannah Devcy, the sister of tho prisoner, who Lauded her address to the magistrates written an envelope. She stated that she was present at the marriage of her brother in 1877. and knew that since that time panics Led lived as man and wife. Mrs
20 June 1906 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PASSENGERS INJURED.

PASSENGERS INJURED.

As train with two engines, one being in the rear, - ascending Bleep incline the Caledonian jKor Moffat, two carriages, crowded with were derailed, and many persons were Jpj jrwl. their hurts comnating principally cut« and bruasw. COLLISION BETWEEN BALLOON AND TRAIN The Central N
20 June 1906 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WOMEN LIBERALS AND FEEDING SCHOOL

WOMEN LIBERALS AND FEEDING SCHOOL

CHILDREN. The Women’s Liberal Federation to-day discussed resolution favouring ti*> feeding ncoeasitous children the State, which was moved Mre. Charles Trevelyan. Many delegates opposed the resolution, mainly the ground that it would weaken parental reepoaoibility. Lady Dorothy
20 June 1906 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SCENE AT MOSELEY.

SCENE AT MOSELEY.

POLICE COURT SEQUEL At King’s Heath, to-day, Thomas Brown. 9 court, 2 house, High gate Street, Birmingham; Harry Cleeton, 32, Queen Street; and Frederick Price, 11, Grafton Grove, Leamington Road, Sparkbrook, were charged with stealing bricklayer’s plumb, value Bd., on June 14.
20 June 1906 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM JEWELLERS AFFAIRS.

BIRMINGHAM JEWELLERS AFFAIRS.

PAWNED THE STOCK The public examination of Harria Cohen, of Elvetham Bead, Bdgbaston, carrying business as a jeweller, took place to-day the Birmingham County Court. His liabilities were stated to be £1,498. Fourteen year* ago, to which time was traveller, the banrupt went into
20 June 1906 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TO-DAY’S PARLIAMENT. CHINESE SCHOLARS DIFFER.

TO-DAY’S PARLIAMENT. CHINESE SCHOLARS DIFFER.

20 June 1906 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England