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THE HEALTH OF THE TSAR.

THE HEALTH OF THE TSAR.

The Tsar has been suffering the last few days from relapse of influenza, which has compelled him postpone various audiences which had been arranged- His Majesty's indisposition is not, however, serious nature. SOVEREIGN FIGHTS HIS HEERAPPARENT. PRINCELY BLACK EYES. A Dalriel’s ’
05 April 1890 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CUTTING A WOMAN’S THROAT.

CUTTING A WOMAN’S THROAT.

Margaret Ann Dunn, at mid night on Thursday, had her throat cut man named Lee. in a street in a low neighbourhood of Liverpool. To save the woman’s life tracheotomy was performed the hospital, and there she is lying in precarious state. Lee has cot been arrested.
05 April 1890 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NOTTS v. BOOTLE.

NOTTS v. BOOTLE.

Played on Notts Castle ground. Each club had three excellent men away. The fim half was very unexciting. Both made many attack*, but Bootle bad the best chances, and missed them, beside* haring goal for otfslde. Croatlnf over, Notts had the best of the exchanges, Walkerdiae open
05 April 1890 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HORRIBLE DEATH OF A WOMAN AT GREAT BRIDGE.

HORRIBLE DEATH OF A WOMAN AT GREAT BRIDGE.

HORRIBLE DEATH OF WOMAN AT GREAT BRIDGE. An inquest was held te-day West Bromwich District Hospital, before Mr. F. W. Tapham (deputy* Coroner), respecting the death Sarah Ann Gulliver (55), wife of James Gulliver, watchman, of Providence Street. Horaeley Heath,Tipton, who died in
05 April 1890 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Suns for the Season. II YA Co., C/IMITED.,

Suns for the Season. II YA Co., C/IMITED.,

17 August 1883 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Puesentation Clocks, Watches. AND JEWELLERY. SwiNDEN AND SoNS. A BLISU ED 1323.) 27, 23. AND 29, TEMPLE STREET, BIRMINGHAM. Special

Puesentation Clocks, Watches. AND JEWELLERY. SwiNDEN AND SoNS. A BLISU ED 1323.) 27, 23. AND 29, TEMPLE STREET, BIRMINGHAM. Special

Notice. King, and Jones
17 August 1883 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
INCURABLE VARICOSE ULCERS ! SURGEON having found a new and aucceasful method of treating CHRONIC ULCERS THE LEGS. d,*;rfs to

INCURABLE VARICOSE ULCERS ! SURGEON having found a new and aucceasful method of treating CHRONIC ULCERS THE LEGS. d,*;rfs to

meet bad ca*es which common means have tailod euro. No Fee required if uogood done! Addrets. L 62. Mail. 690 c
17 August 1883 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

Bcewsteb. —Oo the 17th Inst., 126, Victoria Road, Aston. John Randal Brewster, in his year Matth the iust., suddenly, Aron Villa, Yanlley, John Matts. late uf Wostniiustcr Road, irandArorth, aged —On the 16th rust., lingeiiac lilucss. age 59.Edward. ; husband Mary Wright, 17, Ed
17 August 1883 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE ATTACK ON A BANK.

THE ATTACK ON A BANK.

Mr. Mitchell, secretary of the “Penny Benefit Bank,” writes to the Loudon papers:—Referring to the account you have given of the proceedings these premises yesterday, permit me to corroborate your statement to most of the damage having been caused roughs, who were not dei>ositor
17 August 1883 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SPONGE (fine large Carriage). Is. 61.. usual retail Price. 4s. 6d.— Importer, sdjoiu.ng Turkish Baths, Broad Strs-.t. ' 563 d

SPONGE (fine large Carriage). Is. 61.. usual retail Price. 4s. 6d.— Importer, sdjoiu.ng Turkish Baths, Broad Strs-.t. ' 563 d

(* Steel Knives and 6 Forks for 3s.—At 51, High Street, near I Dale End. 337 D iokel-silver Tea keep their colour. Is.—At High Street, near Dale 397b STEEL Ton Fender, Se. 6d.. delivered to any part of Birmingham. At 51. High Street. 397
17 August 1883 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England