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HAMPTON • IN’ • ARDEN.

HAMPTON • IN’ • ARDEN.

« .a. ANb*»2 Ul. K.lemrd* are tbe prom-Here Popular Coon try ■at a ika City DwnH. E. Y EDWARDS. Proprietor. Gt. Luter Street. “FOR A SPIN THE COUNTRY. POLDICUTTS POPULAR COUNTRY DRIVES. STATION MRWB DAILY. Tl pot. EARLbWOOD. NtONtsDa*. Ilaat. KENILWORTH. . p-m. TtMPLE Ret urn Pa
28 August 1899 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
JJIRMINGHAM municipal tkchnical SUFFOLK STtLKKT SESSION 1899 1900. NCT ><««■>»». u» tub CEO NCTLLOR. TOWN Hai.l. IRBt o <isSh*£. t

JJIRMINGHAM municipal tkchnical SUFFOLK STtLKKT SESSION 1899 1900. NCT ><««■>»». u» tub CEO NCTLLOR. TOWN Hai.l. IRBt o <isSh*£. t

SATURDAY NEXT. r.U. Mia & CQA Cod doctor arurmkAu. AdmiMtoo I». 6d., Tirtow i _ ' Bo o« HU. ♦3o^ ■«»*»■« l*^u. central—high-school •• a firnanri]i / 5f oooa °“ * CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL JOHEPU LEWIB. E.QA.. 56. *-—t°j*f ut Municipal science school; —wmt BROMWICH. totoruttea H>f*J U*
28 August 1899 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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28 August 1899 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Wills’s WlLLs’s

Wills’s WlLLs’s

28 August 1899 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE CHANNEL SWIM.

THE CHANNEL SWIM.

Mr. M. A. Holbein Informs our correspondent that be does not Intend to RUempt swim ecroee the Channel this year. He I* advised that has cot yet sofltelently recovered from hie accident, having had thigh broken twice, to undertake the task. Uolbien has been recently suffering fro
28 August 1899 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER.

CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER.

A domestic quarrel, which occurred in Birmingham about fortnight ago, has just had fatal result. Early yesterday morning the city received intimation from the Queen's Hospital that in-patient that institution, Mary Elizabeth Winn (40). was such critical condition, tlie result of
28 August 1899 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PROGRESS IN THE SOUDAN. THE SIRDAR AND THE ATBARA CONTRACT.

PROGRESS IN THE SOUDAN. THE SIRDAR AND THE ATBARA CONTRACT.

Lord Kitchener arrived at the Athara Bridge on Saturday morning, and. having driven the last rivet, steamed across the bridge a locomotive. then declared the bridge open, and delivered a speech, which he sketched the progress of the construction of the Soudan Railway. As to tho
28 August 1899 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CtORKESPONDENCB and General Clerk (Male! Wanted, with / good hnowleoge shorthand and typewriting; one nreJ to legal work preferred. Apply,

CtORKESPONDENCB and General Clerk (Male! Wanted, with / good hnowleoge shorthand and typewriting; one nreJ to legal work preferred. Apply,

letter only, stating age. experience, and salary required, to Typist. W, H Smith and Son, Union Street, Birmingham.
28 August 1899 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MR. CECIL AND ASTON MANOR.

MR. CECIL AND ASTON MANOR.

are unfcignedly glad that the Aston deadlock is an end. were able to announce on Monday that Mr. Cecil, would meet the situation boldly by going at once to the constituency, and submitting himself the controlling committees of the two wings of the Unionist party. His candour was
17 August 1899 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
A “NAGGING POLICY" AT THE CAPE.

A “NAGGING POLICY" AT THE CAPE.

Til# Cape Town correspondent the London Mail aays: The recruiting for Captain Baden-Powell’s force occasions great pleasure visible manifestation of Imperial determination. The number of applications is already double the quota required from this district. I learn upon indisputa
17 August 1899 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England