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HOCKLEY PROVIDENT DISPENSARY.

HOCKLEY PROVIDENT DISPENSARY.

HOCI:EY PROVIDENT DISPENSARY. The annual meeting of the memabers of the Hockley Branch of the Birmingham Proidernt Dispeensary was held last evenig, at the Dispensary, Farm Street. Mr. Gilbert Baroing presided; and among those present wvere Conncillors Tonirs and Allen, Dr. Garbu
April 6, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ANGLO-RUSSIAN RELATIONS.

ANGLO-RUSSIAN RELATIONS.

[REUThE'S TILEGRAMS.] ANGLO-RUSSINN RELATIONS. ST. P rmsxurG, April 5. -b an article analysing t the state of the present relations of Great Britain . with the different Powers, the Novowi to-day states that Anglo-Russian relations are qulte satisfactory. e It proceeds as follows
April 6, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SIR WILLIAM HART-DYKE, M.P., ON TECHNICAL AND SECONDARY EDUCATION.

SIR WILLIAM HART-DYKE, M.P., ON TECHNICAL AND SECONDARY EDUCATION.

SIR WILIII EART-DYKE, M.P., OU: TE'fElNICAL AND SECONDARY EDUCArION. I The-'welfth ahnail genera meeting of the National Society for the Promotion of Technical and Secondary Education was held yesterday afternoon, at the ?? Of the association, Queen Anne'siGateW6estmiuster. Sir W
April 7, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LITERARY NOTES.

LITERARY NOTES.

The Bookman for April contains a special illustrated article on Miss Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler, the author of the ever-popular "' Coneerming Isabel Carnaby," and a plate portrait. Messrs. Sharp and Grogan are now at Evesham, finishing, the accunt of their trip from Cairo to Ehar
April 7, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE MILITARY SITUATION.

THE MILITARY SITUATION.

i ,' ANOTHER BERJTSHE EEVERSE. The news from the front continues to be of a disappointing, and disturbing character, and a good deal of the optimism of Mark Tapley is evidently needed just now to enable th ?? to digest it with eqoanimity. One British reverse fol- lows another so
April 7, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

SHFPXG NOTIC.ES.6 C A N. L I NE. t A " U-NITRED'STATES 3MSAIL STEAMERSa SATURlDAYS, at N000n 'NEW YORK ?? Sat. , April 7 i ST. FAUL ?? Apr. 14 r .LIVERPOOL-P1HILAI2BLIXHIA SERVICE. I:KBAL ?? Apr. U1 BELG2INLAND Wed., April 18 I'assengersznd e,26s are landed at Philadelpbia on the
April 7, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
OUR SICK AND WOUNDED SOLDIERS.

OUR SICK AND WOUNDED SOLDIERS.

OURI SICK AND W.>OUNDED 1 SOLDIIERSN. THE Orfl- FROM oraeI. IReferenice -was maide in these colunmis I & ome ti-me ao to the offer by. Dr Alexanuder Arthur, Onuts, to entertain as hisi gues~ts a ,number of 'sic'k and wounded soildiers, cud thep -oier has now be-en accepted. In Ja
April 7, 1900 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CHAPLAIN ROBERTSON, OF THE HIGHLAND BRIGADE.

CHAPLAIN ROBERTSON, OF THE HIGHLAND BRIGADE.

CHAPL.N A ROBEIRTSON O( THlE I -IfzHrn R1-\DF A BI0Gfa~iiiafrcu1d SRE-rp (iraytain Robopitsoon, of the Bigliata Brigade4 anlln ?? is enk u mice)I, isofive oe, "Ye 1 'Lila cohensry Sintve thi, outilreak iii the uar ?? Africa, L- a native i-f Graneoto and the isnofs onldier. He is
April 7, 1900 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN TRAMWAYS BILL.

ABERDEEN TRAMWAYS BILL.

IABERDEEN TRAMWAYS I BILL. t Ia THIRD DAY'S PROCEEDINGS. THE CONGESTION AT THE HARBOUR. o d TRADERS' ADNSD GREATN ORTH'S sN t OPI'OSIiIOK. tt V DECISION OF THE COMMITTEE. h (Ff FP Oust O Ct OW NaCoFDsnx|) I L~~Lnondo Friday eveninc.S The bearing of the Aherdeei4 Corporation i Tra
April 7, 1900 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
£be Hge of Comefcp.

£be Hge of Comefcp.

In r-he April number the Pall Mall Magazine” G. S. Street says; the way, and way of a last paragraph, Mr Max Bee-rbohm has announced that Goldsmith lived before the age of comedy. Good heavens 1 Does Mr Beerbohm really think that the late Robertson wrote, and Messrs Grundy. Piner
April 4, 1900 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland