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ELECTION ON A NEW MEMBER.

ELECTION ON A NEW MEMBER.

In a vacancy upon the Board for Gloucestershire caused by the death of Mr. ComelY, on the of the VICE-CHAIRMAN Mr. E. J. Russell, of Oldburycu-Severn, was elected.
18 July 1891 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
COLWALL

COLWALL

per. ti 'rot, relieve the RETURN HOME OF Me. 0. .141,10 UR FOWLER. —Mr Fowler, hoving the nod tam ng cipally In on account of ill•health, returned home on Frulay evening week •, it is with tore we notice on improvement in his buddy Having a•rtved at the station, the homes were t
18 July 1891 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
?ILLS

?ILLS

Positively Cures TORPID LIVER HEADACHE BILIOUSNESS DIZZINESS EFFECTS OF TOO HEARTY EATING CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS HOMOEPATIIIC IN SIZE ALLOPATHIC IN ACTION EASY TAKE OF ALL CHEMISTS I. 11s. Genuine in Blue 4 White Wrapper. Zia gad, to leave Windsor Castle for Osborn@ Schlesw
18 July 1891 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
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18 July 1891 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
PRIMROSE LEAGUE :I D EMONSTRATION-j CROOME COURT, THURSDAY, 30th JULY, 18911 UPPORTED bv the Right Hon. the Earl of Coventry,

PRIMROSE LEAGUE :I D EMONSTRATION-j CROOME COURT, THURSDAY, 30th JULY, 18911 UPPORTED bv the Right Hon. the Earl of Coventry,

the • Right Hon. Lord Windsor, the Right Hon. Viscount Lifford, Sir Richard Temple, Bart., M.P., Sir E. A. H. Lechmere, Bart, M.P., the Hon. G. H. Allsopp, M.P., Mr. John Corbett, ALP., and other distinguished Gentlemen. BY - ME. ASIdMEAD BARTLETT, M.P.. and other Gentlemen. -1
18 July 1891 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
FEOKENTIAM SPORTS. BANK HOLIDAY WEEK, THURSDAY, AUGUST 6Tx, 1891. 11314 ONY and Galloway Races, Horse Jumping Con' leek, Bicycle Races.

FEOKENTIAM SPORTS. BANK HOLIDAY WEEK, THURSDAY, AUGUST 6Tx, 1891. 11314 ONY and Galloway Races, Horse Jumping Con' leek, Bicycle Races.

£9O IN PRIZES. Full particulars next week. e 348 JOHN MILWARD, Hon. Sec.
18 July 1891 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
JOSEPH RILEY'S, 25, CONSTITUTION-HILL, BIRMINGHAM, Special Bargains in Pianos, Organs, and Harmoniums. Leading Lines —23. guinea Cottage Pianos net £l5,

JOSEPH RILEY'S, 25, CONSTITUTION-HILL, BIRMINGHAM, Special Bargains in Pianos, Organs, and Harmoniums. Leading Lines —23. guinea Cottage Pianos net £l5,

3/3-gninea Steinhart Pianos £27, 42-gninea Hopkinson Piano. £2B 16s, 6-guinea Organ-toned Harmoniums (in walnut) £4 5s 64, 25-guinea upright Iron Grand Pianos £l7 109, 50-guinea Collard Collard Pianos £36, 22-guinea Estey Organs £l9 17s, 19-guinea Smith Organs £8 105,30-guinea C
02 May 1891 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
– BARLEY AND OATS.

– BARLEY AND OATS.

- BARLEY AND OATS. Although the average yield of barley is slightly 'higher, the money value is not so great if we consider the value of the straw as a saleable commodity, but there are many farmers who can grow large crop, and obtain more than the average price ; in such cases b
02 May 1891 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
&nip Wording.

&nip Wording.

WATER A POISONED WELL. A wholesale case of poisoning by means of arsenic pub into a well is reported from Stevens County, Kansas. Nine are dead, and one was dying when the report was sent out. Three families drank from the well. No-reason is known for the perpetration of the cri
02 May 1891 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
WANTED, Cooks, Housemaids, and many Generals.— Apply, Miss Fawke, Kidderminster. WANTED, Many Servants in every capacity, especially V Cooks, ParlourmairM,

WANTED, Cooks, Housemaids, and many Generals.— Apply, Miss Fawke, Kidderminster. WANTED, Many Servants in every capacity, especially V Cooks, ParlourmairM,

klousemaids, Kitchenmsdds, Generals, and Nurses.—Haden's Registry, 108, High-street, Worcester. VjAVITED, Cook-Housekeepers, Good and Plain Cooks, Kitchen and Scullerymaids.—Mrs. Stanley, Registry Office, 12, Bigh-street, Worcester. cBs3
28 February 1891 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England