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Pont Forgot.—BOEACE BROWN. T«llor. 11 Strool
22 December 1913 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HORSES, DOGS, POULTRY, PIGS, &e.

HORSES, DOGS, POULTRY, PIGS, &e.

13.3. «>m4. ’**** .“l,^ W ooid to o«* aao«-h.—Oreoa. CL Ed.. Kdlbootoa. DOQ IBnll ~MmUS lor Sala; cheap.—s K, Daily Mail b'LOAT. « £2B. »ooApi £l4 10a: hATfAi®- Hooml £6 15*-73. Rd. H*ndA worth. _ (Baij). 15.3.' porlecUy qujoC tffA*o; £2o.-tEa»aa, &L OilkborpA Sd.. O. . T7 ITTtN
22 December 1913 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SHEEP'S HEAD BROTH.

SHEEP'S HEAD BROTH.

Thoroughly clean the bead, trim away all inferior pari*, remove the brains, and put the head to aofk in salted water for least two hours; then dry it in a cloth, and put it in a saucepan with three or four carrots cut into quarters, one turnip (sliced), a stick of celery when in
22 December 1913 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THB NKW SMALL DAMN ST OS AMDS

THB NKW SMALL DAMN ST OS AMDS

THB NKW SMALL DAMN ST AMDS faaaaj baadaoM a aatiaa a aat■ia‘ii ud a aafaa. ulatratia Aan A* Na, 12. a <2s. Caaa to ear abnweeat aad la a fianaandtol ak. will it ianaaaQ. SCOTCHER & SONS lid. Aaaifltoi 51 ft 91 Carptratm St
22 December 1913 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BATK> BT nr* 00X0.

BATK> BT nr* 00X0.

BATK> nr* 00X0. Jeannette reeled and fell one knee, bat jumped his feet sgaib after seven seconds Another hook Langford brought him to his knees again for eight Keeling though intoxicated, Jeannette sought pro too* himself from the blows of Langford, who was seeking knock-out. up
22 December 1913 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE CHRISTMAS MYSTERY.

THE CHRISTMAS MYSTERY.

CHESTER NATIVITY PLAYS AT THE REPERTORY THEATRE. MR. PIN CHARD’S REVIVAL. Christmas h-s become much festival of feasting and enjoyment for the many that are in danger of forgetting its real significance the commemoration of sublime event the world's history. The churches do what
22 December 1913 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TRAGEDY OP JEALOUSY.

TRAGEDY OP JEALOUSY.

TRAGEDY JEALOUSY. reported Saturday’s Mail," Oooniea Mielczynaki and her nephew, Count Mianczywki Bcodlew, were shot dead the Gaetle of Doirowyrookre, near Graetz, Friday night, by the husband the former, who is a member of the Gorman Reachstag for Bamt<jr Obornik (Poocn). Young
22 December 1913 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MEDICAL OFFICER AND THE HATE REBATE.

MEDICAL OFFICER AND THE HATE REBATE.

The Dublin Housing Commission met to-day and considered chiefly the question the rebate rates allowed as incentive to keeping certain property in good order. Sir Charles Cameron, medical officer, who grants the certificates, denied that the Sanitary Committee were influenced by
22 December 1913 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
M.C.C. TOURISTS AT JOH.

M.C.C. TOURISTS AT JOH.

Tb« ProM A«ocI»tioB t«l«gmph« JohADn«burp. Moß.’*y —ilkisatmner h«»t here to-day, wh«n play proceeded with the match between the i1.0.C. the Trtnevaal. The crowd at the atari numbered abont 2,000. Hobba (67) and (28) continued the ▼Saitora' flpat innlnga, with the at for wicket,
22 December 1913 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CONTROLLING THE CAROL SINGERS.

CONTROLLING THE CAROL SINGERS.

At Aston Branch Police Court this morning, the Chairman the Bench (Alderman S. Edwards) took the opportunity of complimenting Superintendent Shakespeare, Inspector Walker, and the police Aston, Saltley, And Erdingtoo, the excellent way in which they dealt with the shouting the d
22 December 1913 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England