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CHEMISTS, ErVST ROW.

CHEMISTS, ErVST ROW.

Lee and Bur man, QUADRANT, WORCESTER STREET, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BRUSH MAXUPACTUREB3 IIBrAiMSURD HOUSEHOLD. FACTORY, POLISHING, PAINTERS’, SADDLERY, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF FANCY ‘BRUSHES. Stock of Sponges and Leathers.
09 January 1890 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HOW THE VEHICULAR TRAFFIC WAS

HOW THE VEHICULAR TRAFFIC WAS

.ARRANGED. The practical soundness of the system which the vehicular arrangement* were baaed accounted for the unprecedented smoothneas of last night’s proceedings. The carnages began to make their appearance long before seven o'clock. The bulk them streamed from the Kdgbanton d
09 January 1890 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE REVIEW UE REVIEWS:

THE REVIEW UE REVIEWS:

THE REVIEW REVIEWS: The new monthly of Revim* is owned by Mr. Neanes, the proprietor TU-PU«, and, all the world now is eaited by Mr. Stead.
09 January 1890 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
A “ BLACK SHEEP ” BILL.

A “ BLACK SHEEP ” BILL.

BLACK SHEEP BILL. The Government, says a London corre>pocdeot. contemplate again introducing next session the *' Sheen Bill,” the object of which is k«-ep out the House of Lords Peers who are discredit to their order. The measure, it is whispered, will be different from that of l
09 January 1890 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
END OP A ROMANTIC LITE.

END OP A ROMANTIC LITE.

One the recent victims of the influenza is M. Artaud-Haussmann, nephew of the famous Baron Hauasmann. Lung complications followed upon the original malady, and resulted fataDy. 'Very strange, indeed, was the life of this young man. Bom in the lap of luxnry a number of years ago.
09 January 1890 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
OUTRAGE 8Y A RAILWAY PORTER.

OUTRAGE 8Y A RAILWAY PORTER.

OUTRAGE RAILWAY PORTER. At Hamilton, Tuesday, John Davidson, railway porter, Yorkhill, Glasgow, tried charge naving on new year's night, in compartment of railway while in motion, between Hamilton and Peacock Cross Station on the North British Railway, assaulted Christina Laird,
09 January 1890 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
A DIVER CARRIED OFF BY A SHARK.

A DIVER CARRIED OFF BY A SHARK.

Colombo ftdvoces received state that the pearl fishery Karaifctiyu had an tenouiaiion, owing man having been carried off by a shark. Three men wore from one boat, when the diver from the prow noticed a shark swwp down and Seattle away wito one of his comrades. As soon ever the d
09 January 1890 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NOT PKOViM.

NOT PKOViM.

Heniy Harris (58), 45. Bow Street, fish hawker, was charges with stealing a silver watch and chain from the parson of George Barton, no occupation. 56, Varna Road. Complainant stated that as he was passing along Bristol Street about one minute past eleven on Saturday night, Febr
06 February 1890 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NO OTHER ADDRESS IN BnaONGHAM.

NO OTHER ADDRESS IN BnaONGHAM.

NO OTHER ADDRESS BnaONGHAM. "Imxwnnß BmtMtni* jk «at*: " Tboraa * Fruinmro Waiuoiocf*. fireewt. is host Bci.uiu.a rn* Tbj.de Caen Btrrum.' O YSTERSI O YSTERS; NATIVE OYBTERF. D, Jd. per Ten. ANGLO-DUTCH, It. 6d. per Doiten. All other kinds of Finest Quality equally Moderate Prise
07 January 1890 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE MIDLANDS CARPET SYNDICATE.

THE MIDLANDS CARPET SYNDICATE.

The and Draper? Trade Journal publishes some details regarding the Carpet Syndicate scheme. ie important to remember that the stotomeats which have emanated from Kidderminster are official or semi-official, and one cannot expect, therefore, to hear the whole truth through that q
07 January 1890 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England