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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
 
BARROWEY.

BARROWEY.

cation School.—-These Cluses have closed : they have been fairly well attended. Several members of the Ambulance Class have completed their third term, and passed successfully. H.lf. Inspector and Mr. H. Donaldson have visited the Scuool, and expressed their satisfaction with th
April 7, 1900 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
DOCTORS AGREE.

DOCTORS AGREE.

IfUU UDD ell milk should The only system sterilisation approved end adopted by the entire medical profeeaion, the War and Homo Offices, and leading the " Aymard System. ' The Ayroard Patent Sterilisers (or domeatio use from B«. 6d- upwards, aise, are sold bythe leadlug Htoree an
April 7, 1900 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
HUNTING NOTES FROM MELTON.

HUNTING NOTES FROM MELTON.

THK Qcorn. A capital muster of riders assembled with the on Monday, the fine hunting morn being full of promise. Appearances were deceptive, though, for scent was never good, and only a very moderate day was scored. Hounds found a fox in the second of Warner's Plantations, and r
April 7, 1900 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England