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BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT.

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT.

BTRMINGHm POLICE COURT. Yeatorrlay.-Bef ore Mlessrs. Pearson (de~pny-stfia) Marris, anrd Phillips. "A Pussnc-stoursn Lanx."-ChristoPher Doek (25), labourer, 73, Springfield Street, was charged ?? being drunk and disorderly, using obscene langnage, and stealing a gold chain and si
August 14, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA.

WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA.

THE OCCUPATION OF ERMELO. SLIGHT BOER OPPOSITION. RETREAT OF THE ENEMY. [Press Association War Special.2 Enmso, Angrast ?? D-ndonlald's Brigade reached here last night, and thle main body of General a Bullefs force marched in to-daiy. The past two days have been uneventful, exce
August 14, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SIR A. HICKMAN, M.P., AND LABOURSAVING MACHINERY.

SIR A. HICKMAN, M.P., AND LABOURSAVING MACHINERY.

SIR A. HICKMAN, M.P., AND LABOUR- SAVING MACHINERY. On Saturday afternoon a deputation of his Spring Vale workmen waited upon Sir Alfred Efickman, M.P, at his residence, Wightwick, Wolverhampton, to pre- sent him and Lady Hickman with a silver tray in connection with the annivers
August 14, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CHESS NOTES.

CHESS NOTES.

FTonLzx 315.-By E. lwiosyu. (A Continental ]Prize Problem). BLAcK (12). Wars (8). White to play and mate in three. 'rnOtL 314. - By Mrs. IV. 1. BAtED, Brighton. Solation by Mr. W. H. -Silk:- (1) to Q2 Btaes P ch. (2) Q takea B mate F moves, Q takes B mate Kto Q3 Kt to B 7 mate }
August 14, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTHS MARRIAGES, AND DEATHE. .At i>j of Ot ~ i r A S _r_,cz p'c ra d fhe above eeoteoeao ?? rtwyef wrd5. ?? vc f|1i 2 Lte(irc lh soe't Sietero ezfre. I-oste aetr r heL IA a pejea. Aaowe~en.ez ~s1 be cat*shth u ?? c d tbe seeer. Zieezodrie e C" Ln Mewi-eneri: t c iedr Bxsr.~~~3=
August 14, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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NEWS OF THE DAY.

NEWS OF THE DAY.

AND JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1900. LOCALWE.mR FORECAST.-watery to northerly winds, strong, a gale inplac; sqaay, some sh-res, colder- NEWS OF THE DA-Y. The first despatch from General BnzR since his arrival as Commander-in-Chief in South Africa, was published in last night'
January 27, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DR. MIVART AND CARDINAL VAUGHAN.

DR. MIVART AND CARDINAL VAUGHAN.

DR MIVART AND CARDINAL VAUGHAN. A REMLARKCABLE LETTER. Dr. St. Georve o Mivart sends to the Times for publica- tion a long correspondence between himself and Cardmal Vau-han. In reply to aletter from the Cardinal, c-alling on him to sign as profession of faith, Dr. Mivart asks, b
January 29, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DR. LEYDS IN BERLIN.

DR. LEYDS IN BERLIN.

DR, LEYDS IN BERLIN. I Fl~~cwrlenr's Tel~egram. j BsanLIr, JTanuar ; 27.-The semi-official Y ord- de-vsche Alftegem- e as Zeitun. publishes the following: --Count von Buelov, the German Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, to-day received Dr. LeYds, the Envoy of the South Afri
January 29, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LLOYD'S SHIPPING NEWS.

LLOYD'S SHIPPING NEWS.

LLOYD's ?? ?? - ?? Z| 'IRE -SALLS | Aimsx. Jan. 26.-The Gckuna5d,- -Jan. 28. : The Adjutant, from ianil and the Melpomeni, from Trios0, f t ' I arrived. ,r ALBANY, Jan. 26.-Th Orova, fr' CoLoArBo, Jan. 27.-The Erneso siijd - . basins, airrived. t.. nfr>' Dovr .n January 28.-The I
January 29, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SEVEN DEATHS AT A FIRE.

SEVEN DEATHS AT A FIRE.

[RUBUTBER'S TELEGPRAMB.] -ST. rERsmsns, January 29.-A serious fire occuzred here yesterday in a six-storey dwelling- hluse. Seven persons perished, while several others sustained injuries. The injured were taken to the hospital. The condition of four of them is regarded as hopel
January 30, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England