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MONEY AND STOCK MARKETS.

MONEY AND STOCK MARKETS.

MONEY AND STOCK MARETS. 3aO1St oir MsA (Jira 25,1S00) ?? sernzro Das - ?? I13,44 FURTHER RISE IN BmMGHAM VINEGAR SHARES. [Fion Oun. Crry CORnnrotDn-m] LOYDGOX, Wednesiday. Owing to the delay in nmaking the. Government Aisbursements, which, however, are-likely to take place immedi
March 1, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GENERAL BULLER'S ADVANCE ON LADYSMITH.

GENERAL BULLER'S ADVANCE ON LADYSMITH.

GENE;RAL\ XB-0U'LLE0R'$ If AXDVX:ANCE -0O.Nl0 0 L:-YSMITIT. W ,IA A i E Dv ,A 'T D~ ,I 7 S * 7:. 0 8 9 .2h" ,t Ar it r . z 3 4- . , , . ? - a . .
March 1, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

SBT ~~ NOTICES. A ~ UIITZD STATES MAIL STRAMER& N E SACZA So Stoon, ST, PAUL ?? Mfar. 31I NEW YORK . ?? War.17. Lr7ERPO01L-PHfl.~1,QEI?BA SESA2ICE, ?? Wed, liar. 2 B3SIAZESLANOD Wed., Mar. 14 iallet all laes in St., Wolestiampton; 0. adC ?? Apl WRotdsn StWlrbipeoc; s. Ncdo, SO ??
March 1, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ASTON POLICE COURT.

ASTON POLICE COURT.

YEsTzsrDAYn-Before Messrs. Wills, Brodie, and Phillips. MOTnn'S UNtErLLNG CON-DUCT.-Elizabeth Evans, of no fixed abode, was charged with wilfully ill-treat- ing Florrie Clarke, eight years of age, at Gravelly HlA, on the 31st ult. Prisoner was seen by Plice- constable Hunt to kn
September 4, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
INQUESTS IN BIRMINGHAM.

INQUESTS IN BIRMINGHAM.

LNQuESTS PN BIMThGEHAN. FAiL AcCoIDNT AT EBANSZEY WAMRewoRXS. The City Coroner (31r. I. Bradley) held several in- quests at the Victoria Law Courts yesterday afternoon. The first enquiry reialedj to t;he death of George Henry Cooper (15), of Yew Tree Fann Cottage, Frank- ley, who
September 4, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE.

PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE.

Phi2ENC OF WALES TdEATRSE. TE IEHAYMAIKET COMPANY. Very welcome is the visit of the admirable Hay- market Company, headed by Mr. Cyril Maude and MI;;s Winxifred Emery -tbe one the most gifted and polished of character delineators, the other one of the most charming andi cultured
September 4, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BOERS, BRITISH, AND BARALONG.

BOERS, BRITISH, AND BARALONG.

BOERS, BRITISH. IND BARALON-G. An ?? Commissioner vrites as follows to tlhe "St. Jamries's Gazette": The gallant part played by the Baralong in the defence of Msafeking should not be forgcctten in England, and we trust that an ade- quata response will be mace to the appeal recent
September 4, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MR. RITCHIE AND LABOUR QUESTIONS.

MR. RITCHIE AND LABOUR QUESTIONS.

Yesterday morning a deputation from the Trades Union Congress Parliamentary Committee waited upon Mr. B-itchie, at the offices of the Board of Trade, to bring under his notice resolutions passed by the congress. The President of the Board of Trade was accompanied by Sir Courtena
March 2, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FOOTBALL.

FOOTBALL.

FOOTBAL- ASSOCIATION RULES, -ENGIJSR CUIT.-TMs ROMMr.se .. ~~Rarind TIE. Val ?? ii:.SarzvmELn Uttn's.-Tbis replayed tie in eyq th hrounnd of the English Cup was played at Gigg thl lane, Bury, yesterday, before a record gate 'of 2Z000 tht spectators, atid in Ooed -weather. Bury ha
March 2, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

A :ADDRE2ES.E THi G ]REATEST EVENT O D E R N J oU R N A L I S Al NEVIER BFORE HAS A NEWSPAPER AT OMNCE TAKEN ITS PLACE FROM THE START AS THE PIREMIER JOURNAL OF ITS KIND, THE SPER E is Bn EVERYONE PROXOUNOED TO BE TEE LEADING SIXPENNY ILLIUSTRAT'ED .NEWSPAPER. IT HAS THE BEST WAR
March 2, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England