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THE QUEEN AT DARMSTADT.

THE QUEEN AT DARMSTADT.

THE QUEEN AT DABESTADT. ?? Ielegram&1 . 1 *Lvoss,.AprRi 24. -Queen Victoria arrived at the . 3?errache. railway station at nine o'clock yesterdayI fi evening. After a stay of one hour her Majesty resuamed ter journey to Darmatadt. DAxsTADT, April 24-The Queen, acconianied by X Pr
April 25, 1895 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WALSALL SCHOOL BOARD AND DENOMINATIONAL SCHOOLS.

WALSALL SCHOOL BOARD AND DENOMINATIONAL SCHOOLS.

WALSALL SCHOOL. BOARD. AND DENOMINATIONAL SCHOOLS.: At the usual mqnthly rneeting of the Walsall School for Board. yestsrdfay, Mr. Thorpe ?? Rev.W. I. S. Swayne (vice'; proposed: " That the Chairman of the |Board be autboris-d on behalf -of the Board to sign a SRp p tition to the
April 26, 1895 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WARWICK AND LEAMINGTON ELECTION.

WARWICK AND LEAMINGTON ELECTION.

I WARWICK AND LEAMINGTON EIECTION. RETIREMIT OF PEEL. ..Mr.George Peel, the Liberal Unionist candidate, last evening wrote the followang letter to Mr. Lakin, chair- de man of the Wirwick and Leanington Liberal Unionist iI Association:- " April 25, 1895. "Dear Mr. LAkin,-I should,
April 26, 1895 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE DENNY PIT DISASTER.

THE DENNY PIT DISASTER.

TrHE DENNY PIT DISASTER. By eight o'clock on Saturday morning nine bodies bad been brought to the surface at the Denny Coalpit, near Stirling. Identification was in many instances a matter oi much difficulty, owing to disfiguration caused by the exolosion. In some cases mangled f
April 29, 1895 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SPORTING NEWS.

SPORTING NEWS.

SPQRTI.LGNEWS To thle Edtro h ei~Ps.-Sir, Seldom bag the result of the race for the; City and Suburban been ~ .or more~popular than 'when-Reminder passed'-the post. -aG gallant winner on Wednesday last. The cheering- 'was loud and continued, and. it was a tribute to re the popula
April 29, 1895 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WEST BROMWICH.

WEST BROMWICH.

LIBERAL AssoaoxTIOx.-Last night the annual meet- t ing of the Liber'als in the Town Hall Ward was held in Moor Street Board Schools for the purpose of appointing i officers and committee in connecticn with the Borough Liberal Association for the ensuing year. Mr. .J. Clark presi
April 30, 1895 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
YESTERDAY'S FOOTBALL.

YESTERDAY'S FOOTBALL.

IO D S FOOTBALL RUGBY RULES Dvvonwr V. GLAMORGAN.-Thii return imatch was played ab Plymouth, about 2,000 spectators taking advantage oc the fine weather to witnmss what was expected to be a good game. Unfortunately both sides were weak, seven of thoss originally hosoten for Glamo
April 11, 1895 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE DISAPPEARANCE OF MR. PRITCHATT

THE DISAPPEARANCE OF MR. PRITCHATT

THE DISMPTARA.LCE OF MR. PRITCOATT Up to laht night, nothing further had been heard of Mr. James Pritchatt, agent to Lord Calthorpe. On Wednesday, as we stated yesterday, Mr. Pritchatt was seen at Perry Barr. This was about six o'clock. A friend now states that he saw Mr. Pritcbh
April 16, 1895 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GLEANINGS.

GLEANINGS.

The report of the death of John L. Sullivan, the prize-fighter, was untrue. A private cable from New York announces the successful production of "John-a-Dreams," by Mr. Charles Frohman. Captain the lion. Charles Harbord, the newly- appointed Groom-in Waiting to her Majesty, has
March 27, 1895 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

FUNERAL GF MR, W. J. TURNEY, OF I ~~STOURBRIDGE. The remains of the late Mr. W. J. Turney, of the Heath House, Stoorbridge, were yesterday laid in the r family vault in ht. Mary's Churchyard, Oldsewinford. r The s ad ceremony drew a very large concourse of per- sons to the church
March 28, 1895 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England