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LEAMINGTON TOWN COUNCIL.

LEAMINGTON TOWN COUNCIL.

LEA MINGTON TOWN COUNCIL. The Mayor (Mr. J. M. hMAolesworth) presided at tbs, monthly meeting of this Council vesterdaly afternoon. -The fown Caerk stated that, as instructed bv the Council, he had writte n to tbe ?? Electric Light Company, after taking counsel's opinion. noferin
July 10, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ASTON POLICE COURT.

ASTON POLICE COURT.

YgmSTERDAY.-Before Alderman Cookt ard Mlessrs, Wills, Roeilcson, Taryor, cart Smith. A DrwoNxEsT GaumTe.--George3 Hart. carter, of 5, Eslin Street. Swindon Road, Cheltenham, was charged %bith embezlihng 2s. 1Cd. from John White. laundrvmoan, 6, Wills Street, Aston. Prisoner was
July 10, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL.

KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL.

KLNG EDWARD'S SCHOOL. Time fdlluwin7 eanidateg at tbe re-cet Gramer ?? A dimsiam EUmmiuatins. ae recmamaed hor a dulecio to FonatiounScholaships :- la Asrcas Hors' Sonoon. ?? Former Sonlool. -Bailey, J. NV. ?? Street; Board. Cooper ._ ?? Bioulton Rd. Board, lHandawortti. IHaddock
July 10, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM MUSICAL FESTIVAL

BIRMINGHAM MUSICAL FESTIVAL

tlrR)lN-GI.A-Mr- NUSICAL FESTIVAL WOnKS Th DE PERFORMED. A rreycii c rh Cenc-n!Gornzraitzee for conduct~ing T F-rnanzhcinl NIcisical l~esriceaofjyrli was held veniter- ~v- -i c-r-miC:Iarcihe~r, at rthe COic~ri.il loulse, to reotfrtcc.1 tire Orchestral (un n-iltee on the ?? nc ~ra
July 11, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE AGRICULTURAL HOLDINGS BILL.

THE AGRICULTURAL HOLDINGS BILL.

T7IE AGRICULTURAL HOLDINGS BILL. AI A special meeting of the Council of the Central and Associated Cah;:oebers of Agriculture was held, under the cbairmanship of Mr, Victor Cavendisl, 1M.P., in the Westminster Hall Grand Committee Jiicom, yestere day afternoon, fur the discussion
July 11, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.

REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.

BEUTL R'S ITELL'G.RlAM.j1~ Ptas . deriv 10,-Tbe Senare this morninng adoreld he 216 veots 'to 2 the hiil oi the Four Taxes or Ap- Propra;.:iVe Bill -bu, threw7 ol't the article exempting rinerards attcakedl -h phriloxera from taxation. The bill ril. ordig. have to return to trhoD
July 11, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LONDON GAZETTE.—TUESDAY.

LONDON GAZETTE.—TUESDAY.

LONDON GAZETTE.-TUESDAY. BANEKTRPTCT: REcEurzxG .)mmes. I -r3n: dltward Irowni. (Ihatlotto Road, Edg3Cbaston. I anid El'.-eer Strcet, Birnim.gtaZLm, ntanufactt.irer of pictoornp)1iic altr.'raius. flenirv Jatmzes Baiset. trading as Jaleis Bassett, ci, Cheltenhtarn. frttitcreer anu
July 11, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NEWS OF THE DAY.

NEWS OF THE DAY.

AND JOURNAL. FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1900. LocAc WzATEma FomscT-LigU n ortierly or variable airs; fear, waiAn. SEWS OF THE DAY. hi the Rouse of Lords, yesterday, Lord RExsAGEs moved the second reading of the Mer- hant Shipping (Liability of Dockowners and Others) Bill, which had the una
July 13, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BISLEY RIFLE MEETING.

BISLEY RIFLE MEETING.

BISLEY RIFLE MEETNG. .Yesterday -Was the publis school day at Bisley, the competition being for the Ashbbrton Shieid. There was, however, a most regrettable interference with the course of the competition. The boys of the various publio schools paraded as usual at eleven o'olock
July 13, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

,I)'ER1TAL PARLIAMENT. [ ,T¶aLANGCOLY PROCEEDINGS. v trt a time Of great happenings. ?? o-nos knew that the first thing then! o- to he yesterday was the voting of i 0e ; :,n1dl0'Pnce to the farmily and subjocts i R f o Italy. They opened their - c; thei; found that the British Lr
August 1, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England