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PROFESSOR HERKOMER ON PAINTING IN ENAMEL.

PROFESSOR HERKOMER ON PAINTING IN ENAMEL.

PROFESSOR HERKOMER ON PAnNTTDZ i IN ENAMEL. Professor Herkomer lectured on Monday night St Burlington House on "Painting in Enamel." The lecture, le remarked at the outset, was bound to be, informal, and it was a very difficult one to deliver, but he would do his best to explain
January 24, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NAVAL AND MILITARY NEWS

NAVAL AND MILITARY NEWS

The following War Office anno uncements appear in last niglit's Londere Gazzrtte:- MIITrrIA. 3rd Battalion the Prinee of Wales (North Staffordshire Regiment) : Lieutenant H. R. Dyer, Lieutenant C. Prior. 4th Battalion the Prince of Wales (North Staffordshire Regiment): Second-Li
January 24, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE BRITISH ARMY IN AFRICA.

THE BRITISH ARMY IN AFRICA.

THE BRITISH ARmry IN AlFRICA, ya [From the Daily Nears Own Corretpendext.] MoDnER Rivra, December 2O.-I bare sent the tan Daily Nears a good deal of "copy" duaring the lastI i23, mnt, btcannot tell whether it ha's reached ci London or not. Things here are pretty badly j, ra- tang
January 24, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HEALTH OF BIRMINGHAM.

HEALTH OF BIRMINGHAM.

HES,4ALTH OF BIRMINGRA3 IN'FLUENZA AND THE DEATTH-PR h Tte weekly retarn of the Medical O(;car er 3 (Dr. A. Hill) shows that the deaths 3iu 1irciet, last week represented an annual deathlcrtsn ter, of the population of 3i 7, as comnpared ?? t[, the preceding week, and 24-3 for th
January 16, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BRIDGING THE TUGELA.

BRIDGING THE TUGELA.

BR'DGlN4 THE TUGELA. RAPID LOCAL WORK. A few months ago American bridge-builders were flouting their English coosins concerning the cnntract for the Atbara bridge. They had outbid English :om- petitors on what might almost be considered their own ground, and, more than that, they
January 16, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENC] | OtCE TO) CORRLZSPCXKDEST.-At! Utters Wsenaded for pticam be aae apasis by Oti nvae ?? address of the writer sot nawriytybr Vioy licaiion, bwt Sbr fi' V?" i fCrDt' qt' Editor. WhIen sinere to (qi4cities Ore Itot ?? ix 04 cours f a day or 'too, t9u jasestiss wo pea
June 14, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MIDLAND DISTRICT NEWS.

MIDLAND DISTRICT NEWS.

XMIDLAND DISTRICT - NEWS. PRIM ROSE LEAGUE FETE AT RUGBY. The Rugby and Duna-nore habitations of the Primrose League held their annual fete in the Part, Rugby. yesterday, by the kind permission of General Beresford. There was ia good attendance. During the afternoon there was a v
June 14, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SPORTING NEWS.

SPORTING NEWS.

- SPORTING NEWS, RACING NOTES. From his form in his own country there can be no doubt that Perth IL is a really good horse, and his signal defeat in the Gold Cup to-day is almost in- explicable. Carrying himself in a haughty fashion the son of. +War Danoe and Primrose Dame appear
June 15, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MIDLAND UNION OF CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATIONS.

MIDLAND UNION OF CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATIONS.

MDLAY UlO2-N1 OF: AftOONMVATWE ASSOPTATIONS. At Loaghborough, yesterday; theI thir th annual gathering of this Union was hed 'and was atastided by a large number of deli, ..ta. Mr. F.,W. Loe, M.P., pre- sided at the anaual business meeting, in the new Con- stitutional club, and m
June 21, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LOCAL LAW CASES.

LOCAL LAW CASES.

FonSEmAw V. WA&TEEPABR-S' the Queen's Bench 11 Division of the High Court of Justioe, before Mr. jt Justice Mathew and a epocial jury, yesterday7 the cane of Forshaw v. Waterpark came on for hearing. Mr. I Herbert Smith and Mr. H. D. Woodcock were for the 1 plaintiff, Mr. Edward
June 16, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England