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?? FRESH1 CONSIGN-MffENtTS JUST RECEIVED. C HAMBIERLANT. KIN-G, & JoNEs LTD. BLA-N=T& BL A N-K ETS BLANKETS. BLAINKETS. BLANKETS BLANKETS. BLANKETS DOWN QUILTS. DO ,N QUILTS. DOrND- QUILTS Dow05N QT-ILTS. DOWN Q-OLILTS. DOWVN- Q(UILTS. DOW:N '0,T._ILTS. TUE BEST VALE OBT-AINABLZ.
September 28, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NEWS IF THE DAY.

NEWS IF THE DAY.

AND JOURNAL. FRIDAY, SEPTZ1.TBER 23, 1900. LOCAL WVEATTIfER Fo c.ST.-S~wt-w.!cstc', or Icestcry-y wii4-,& frcasL o7 strorng; rchztir:tnwe, rairb rat timce'. NEWS (F THE DAY. In a few Metronolitain boroughs the niomination ef candidates will take place to-da-, bat as a rule the En
September 28, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
COURT CIRCULAR.

COURT CIRCULAR.

BALsOPaan, Thursday.-The Queen went out yester- day, accompanied by Princess Christian and Princess ribert of Anhalt. In the afternoon her Majesty drove out, accompanied by Princess Cbristian and Princess Henry of Battenbe-rg. Lord Jamzzes of Here- ford had the honour of dining
September 28, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE UNIONIST CAMPAIGN.

THE UNIONIST CAMPAIGN.

TEE UIONIST CAMLpIGN. WOTES FOR VOTSRS. -,ea= of thre esoerti-re of the Ladywood - , - F-r rmr-t ?? Lady Sawyver, tae chair, it wvas moved from the , -c V'-Ir -Mobley, SUPPortedl by MNITS - -- ?? el ?? thel Lad-wood Haibitation of the PIm-roseI rnt-t tha ?? ?? is beinig given gon
September 28, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM IRON TRADE MEETING.

BIRMINGHAM IRON TRADE MEETING.

B1RMINGHAM IRON TRADE MEETING. The wages board announcement occasioned some surprise yesterday. It had been anticipated thalt the figures would not show any improvement, or that if they did it would bea so small as net to carry any ad- vance in wages. The upward mnovement of pric
September 28, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
STATE OF THE RIVERS.

STATE OF THE RIVERS.

TiTENT.-Alrewas: The river is unusually bright and lw A lush of water is wanted. then r~oeh and perchaflehing,~7 bhe gocd. Appearanices print to a chanige of recitelr. Roach fi-shing has not been up to date. although a, few baskets of fie fish have been takzen, notably one catch
September 28, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MR. ASQUITH AND MR. CHAMBERLAIN.

MR. ASQUITH AND MR. CHAMBERLAIN.

MR. ASQUITH AND M. CHAEMBEPRLAIN' Sisealting at Iadyvabnc last night Mr. Asqnith said MhIr. Chamberlain was going about the country using Iaegnage of a most provocative and menacinz character, apparently thinking that it was not the attitude for a great country like Britain. afte
September 28, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MR. J. M. BARRIE'S NEW PLAY.

MR. J. M. BARRIE'S NEW PLAY.

DIN& J. M. BARRIE'S AdW L. Our London correspondent telegraphing last night says: " Strong meat tor babes " is the order of the day among onr dramatic authors just now; and Mr. J. M. Barrie, haring amused -as with "Walker, London," "The Professofsi Love Storr" and "The Little Min
September 28, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BOOKS RECEIVED.

BOOKS RECEIVED.

FEOTTON. At the Foot of the Rainlxow, by .M. H. Cornwall Legh. (W'ells Gardner. Darton, and Co.) Sylvia's& Romance, bv Marion Andrews. (Wells Gardner, Darton, and Co.) Surnuitr in Aready, by James Lane Allen. (New York: The Macinillanl Company.) A Twentieth Century Parson, by E.
September 28, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

DEATH OF EARL HOWE. we regret to announce the death -of Earl Howe, which took place at his countrvy eat, Twvcross, Gop- sall, Leicestershire, early yesterday morning. The earl had been in doeble health for some time, and during the past few days a fatal termination was ex- pected
September 27, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England