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FOR ILLCaTfIATED GCTDE. POST FF-RK- C. 11. Prick and Sons, Hill Street, Hirminobam, makers or ALL KINDS OF FtTtNITURK AND UPHOLSTERED GOODS. THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE FOR CASH.
28 December 1899 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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28 December 1899 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CARPET BOWLS IN BIRMINGHAM.

CARPET BOWLS IN BIRMINGHAM.

Golf la not the only game which ha* rroamed the Border from Land o' Oakes and been adopted Into the fa roar apart*lorlng the roe rs. Another old Scottiah pastime which lu antboaiasta that carpet bowla. game which In played the tame the more familiar howling on the green. the eer
28 December 1899 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MIDLAND RAILWAY COMPANY AND THE RESERVISTS.

MIDLAND RAILWAY COMPANY AND THE RESERVISTS.

Tbe Midland Railway Company, like some other railway companies, have notified that any man in tbeir employ volunteering for service South Africa, and whose offer is accepted by the authorities, shall, on returning to civil life, be reinstated. The company promise that although t
28 December 1899 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
COAL SUPPLY OP LONDON. SERIOUS OUTLOOK FOR HOUSEHOLDERS.

COAL SUPPLY OP LONDON. SERIOUS OUTLOOK FOR HOUSEHOLDERS.

If the London householder has not got a foil cellar of eoal |eaft the Wfttmtrutrr Ofuette) stands a serf small chant* of refilling for the next week so. In other words, white ererfbodf’s thoughts have these last few days been centred on the war and Christmas, a situation in the
28 December 1899 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
A PAUPER’S PROPERTY.

A PAUPER’S PROPERTY.

Sarah Owen, a woman of 85. who has been for many years inmate the Hackney Workhouse, would seem to he uncommonly well off. In addition to her free board and lodging at the union, she nas been discovered to bo in receipt of a pension from the Printers’ Pension Fund, to hold a pri
28 December 1899 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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30 June 1890 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MUNIFICENT GIFTS TO A HOSPITAL.

MUNIFICENT GIFTS TO A HOSPITAL.

MUNIFICENT GIFTS A HOSPITAL. At a meeting of the Governors of the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital at Norwich on Saturday, Mr. Cadge, the eminent surgeon, who has himself rendered the institution noble service, both professionally and bv present of £lO,OOO. towards it” completion, an
30 June 1890 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SINGULAR CHARGE OF SHOP-BREAKING.

SINGULAR CHARGE OF SHOP-BREAKING.

At Bow Street Police Court, London, on Saturday, John Henry Warren (19), John Cross (28), and William Lawson were charged on remand with being concerned together in breaking into the shop of Messrs. Bailey and Co., perfumers, Cockspur Street, and stealing £26. 9s. 9d. money, and
30 June 1890 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England