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GLEANINGS.

GLEANINGS.

Americn Ptotestants have givon four colleges to Turkey. I In France nava! officers play choss; doctors and cur6s. play whist. .hast".lonnessee is shipping timber logs in large quantl- i *ies to-Germany, sia l'ensacola. Colonel Berosffrd, lI.P., has loft England for Egypt for the
November 20, 1879 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
AGENCIES, TRAVELLERS. BRUSH-TRADE.~Btj fcnd Coghlan, Bntsli MftnofactuKn Oxford Street Birrr inaham. Open to Engage the entire partial Services a GtnUeman

AGENCIES, TRAVELLERS. BRUSH-TRADE.~Btj fcnd Coghlan, Bntsli MftnofactuKn Oxford Street Birrr inaham. Open to Engage the entire partial Services a GtnUeman

having connection among the buyers Birmingham district. Without this qualification parson need apply. —Appl cation made letter. c 3302 COAL-TRADE. —Wanted, Man as Traveller Must" thoroughly the business and able give moderale security. It with preferred. Liberal wages t» energet
November 22, 1878 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT.

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT.

I BIRRININGHAMI POLICE COURT. YESTRRDAY. Bcfore iHcerrs. T. C. S. JLyncersley (Stipceadiary), J. LoIQe, Li. SItrie, and J. S. Vriyj/11 IreS 83nD APPrARANCE.-John AlIen (35), poulterelr Mlark Lane, was charged with being drunk and disorderly, in BrOinrgrove Street, on the previous
March 29, 1876 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SANDWELL PARK COLLIERY COMPANY (LIMITED).

SANDWELL PARK COLLIERY COMPANY (LIMITED).

I SANDWELL PARK COLLIERY COMPANY 1 ?? ,~(LtIMITED). ;ys Tie tenth ordinary general mneetinr of the shareliolder3 ir- of tile above colliory will be held thid dlay (Tuesday), at ,0 the Queen's Hotel. The following is the report of the M. directors :-" In presenting the annual repo
August 26, 1879 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE MINES DRAINAGE.

SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE MINES DRAINAGE.

SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE MINES DR)AINAGE, On Saturdafy an ad~jourqned joint Court of Arbitrators anid (Jomtsnisionsrs under thle South Staliordelciro Mines PrsinegQ Act, sat, at rice offices of the Comnuiesion, ito IWolvarhamptoll. to hear appeas,1 against ithe draft award for a ricin
May 26, 1879 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT.—FRIDAY.

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT.—FRIDAY.

Bi.,MI:NGHIAM POLICE COURT.-FRIDAY. Be/ore J11esas-.- A rgsisli's (S{penishss-iq), Ossorve, /fsiss'ictix.i, acusl Cheesls/lie. AsSAULTS ON Ionsw(iSn EN.-2'h107/L(IS Gedse/s ?? (laboarer), 7, ?? Street, was sentenced to Six weeks' imprisousnent, for bessi drunk and assaulting Poli
May 26, 1879 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE CANADIAN FISHERIES DISPUTE.

THE CANADIAN FISHERIES DISPUTE.

A despatch from Ottawa, of November r states that the Canadian Ministers think tho question of the fisheries must bo settled between the nited States on the one hand and England and Newfoundland on the other, without involving the Dominion. They seem to admit, how ever, that the
November 16, 1878 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
IRON THAT WILL NOT RUST.

IRON THAT WILL NOT RUST.

Professor Barff's invaluable invention, means of which he gives to ordinary iron an incorrodible coating of the magnetic oxide, is one which is likely to be of great service to the cause of praetical hygiene. We have lately had an opportunity of visiting Professor Barff's labora
November 16, 1878 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
A LUDLOW LAW CASE.

A LUDLOW LAW CASE.

Tbfe action of Powis v. John and Richard Tench was heard in the Exchequer Division, yesterday, before Mr. Justice Hawkins and a Common Jury. The plaintiff was Mr. Charles Powis, . Gracechurch Street, London, and the defendants were auc- tioneers and surveyors at Ludlow. The acti
November 16, 1878 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT.—Yesterday.

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT.—Yesterday.

Before Messrs. Kynnersley (Stipendiary), Goodman. Chtsshire., and Richards. Felonies.—Thomas Elleman (24), labourer, court, Stanifortli Street, and Thomas Beddows (25), striker, court, Price Street, were charged with stealing bar of brass, the property of Mr. Wilkinson, of Littl
November 16, 1878 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England