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ARTIFICIAL TEETH.

ARTIFICIAL TEETH.

M ESSRS. EsKELL AND ChITTEY BURGEON DENTIST*. r 39, BENNETT’S HILL, BIRMINGHAM (Next door to Harrison’s Music Warehouse). ESTABLISHED YEARS AT THE SAME ADDRESS ALL CONSULTATIONS FREE. Terms strictly moderate. CONSTANT DAILY ATTENDANCE, FROM TILL 7 Note.-Only Loudon Addrean. 8, G
19 May 1876 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
c!» incrofvqM tho ovcniiig, -jic coiiHult itum. Hohuiv®,! •« wore nstuU of hi. that Wu* }fl <iuoHtionoil dyu,. uig knowingly

c!» incrofvqM tho ovcniiig, -jic coiiHult itum. Hohuiv®,! •« wore nstuU of hi. that Wu* }fl <iuoHtionoil dyu,. uig knowingly

taken iK-inor, wbioli It.ul originally h.id been lamfanyrn r William Uull aiid. y ia aoiuetliing more than you lie without telling sora® one may l»o accused you which replied 1 can t,'U you nothing A'ient again, but I heard •dually sank, and died April, and that he retained died
19 May 1876 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
STEAI.I.Nu IOMIjI-S.

STEAI.I.Nu IOMIjI-S.

IOMIjI-S. Bridget Clarke (A'q, homo, hawker, who pleaded guilty to charge o*f stealing two towels from the shop front Mr. Cooper, habordaihcr, rtpicoal Street, was sentenced to one month’s iinpiTsonment with hard labour. fP.nKI lO ANIMALS. Edward Payne (25), onmibus driver. Turne
19 May 1876 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
AN ACTION BY A SCHOOLMISTRESS.

AN ACTION BY A SCHOOLMISTRESS.

It* J’mlfi'e q( the Bloomahury County Court (Mr. UugsefSVspvo judgment in the case of Myers r. Brail, before Honour laat week, when Sir. Wildey Wriglit for the plaintiff, and Mr. Candy for the defendant. the parties tue litigation were of the Hebrew persuasion, llie plaintiffs,
19 May 1876 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE KAUIAM MYsTEKV

THE KAUIAM MYsTEKV

THE MYsTEKV reply questions from Mr. Simon and Mr. Callan, Mr. said that his attention had been doecled to the inquest Mr. Hruvo. believed that several of the physicians who were called in were not examined the Coroner, well as some of servants, hut was not aware whether they ten
19 May 1876 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
"WANTED" CLASS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. Small Advertisement* of Premises Apartments Wanted or to Let. occasional Sales of ipccific article? f'nvittc Oontraci,

"WANTED" CLASS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. Small Advertisement* of Premises Apartments Wanted or to Let. occasional Sales of ipccific article? f'nvittc Oontraci,

Situations Wait tail Vacant.* MiscelUi.io-«us Wants. Articles Lost Found (to th*; exclusion all Trade Addresaes). arc inserted In the Xnil the following r*HM*Ail« rates: - Once. Two Lfuea Four Lined (32 words) .. Is. Three Insertion? Is. 2s. Sis Insertions „ Is. Sd. .... 3s. Reu
19 May 1876 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
« AND 4S, BULL STREET, BIRMINGHAM.

« AND 4S, BULL STREET, BIRMINGHAM.

17>OB the Right Sort of CIGARS and TOBACOO, go to r the Old Khop. 15. Know Hill. Manufactory, 81 and 82, Htroet. Tire Trade supplied upon the lowest Terms. JAMrM WATTK. Proprietor. ICatablishcd 1839 9flClt VICTORIA HOUSE, VJ. HULL STREET fIVHK linrgeat ami Best Variety of M. MAT
13 May 1876 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CLOCKS AT WHOLESALE PRICES

CLOCKS AT WHOLESALE PRICES

ONE HALFPENNY. ADDKESSEB.
13 May 1876 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THREATENED MASSACRE OF CHRISTIANS.

THREATENED MASSACRE OF CHRISTIANS.

MANIC IN CONSTANTINOPLE. A general panic exists in Constantinople. Softas and low-class Mu*oilmans are purchasing revolvers and dagger* with money supplied designing persons plotting the overthrow the Sultan and Government ami the massacre and plunder of the Christiana. Tho Soft
13 May 1876 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ASSAULT BY A UOLICEMAN.

ASSAULT BY A UOLICEMAN.

ASSAULT A UOLICEMAN. Constable William Fitzgerald, who hod boen ten years hi the metropolitan police, was to-day committed for trial for a brutal assault briokntaker named Groves, whose leg w.ai fractured being thrown down without provocation at Hammersmith.
13 May 1876 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England