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THE LICENSING QUESTION.

THE LICENSING QUESTION.

petition against the Permissive Bill was from Sheffield late on Wednesday ni^ht, searing 13,000 signatures; another petition, gned by 33,000 persons, was despatched against r. Bruce’s Licensing Bill. THE MURDER AT SOUTH SHIELDS. The woman Elizabeth Scorer, who murdered ier son i
May 19, 1871 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
10AT ACCIDENT AT NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE,

10AT ACCIDENT AT NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE,

Tc-day, aft«r the Barge Day ceremony at ewcastle-on-Tyne, a skiff containing the four ampion oarsmen who are shortly to proceed America was run down by a steamer. The were rescued and carried to their training arter, fortunately none the worse. IE ENGINEERING STRIKE IN THE NORTH
May 19, 1871 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TEE LORD-LIEUTENANT.

TEE LORD-LIEUTENANT.

The Lcrd-Lieuteoant and Countess Spencer, o have been at Portrush for the last ten days, Belfast for Dublin. CHICKET MATCH IN SCOTLAND. Ihe cricket nutoh between the All England tven and Twcn y-two of Scotland commenced day at Edinbu'gh. England made a score of 1. Eight of the S
May 19, 1871 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SHIP AND MAIL NEWS

SHIP AND MAIL NEWS

ilbraltab, Thursday. —The Delta leaves this after- for Alexandria. lueenbtown, Ihurs^ny. —The Guion steamer sfinota sailed for New York The National imer sailed for New York to-day. Presentation to Me D, W- Crompton. esterday morning, the following emen met at Mr. rompton’s priv
May 19, 1871 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE LICENSING SUBJECT.

THE LICENSING SUBJECT.

Sir Wilfred Lawson gave notice that Monday should ask the Secretary for the Home' Department whether, before Whitsuntide, he would introduce a bill relating to the sale intoxicating drinks. THE RECENT COUNT OUT. Mr. gave notice that in consequence what took place on Tuesday even
May 19, 1871 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HABITUAL CRIMINALS.

HABITUAL CRIMINALS.

Mr. 8. Cave inquired of the Home Secretary whether intended introduce a bill during this session to amend the Habitual Criminals Act. Mr. Bruce replied that bill would be introduced into the other House Parliament shortly.
May 19, 1871 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
IMPURE TEA

IMPURE TEA

Lord E. Cecil asked the Home Secretary whether hi? attention had been drawn to a statement made Dr letheby the Commissioners of Sewess to the effect 600 half-chests of so-called Moning Congou tea, described composed broken-down and rotten leaves tea and other plants, mixed with
May 19, 1871 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SENILITY IN THE LORDS AND IN THE COMMONS.

SENILITY IN THE LORDS AND IN THE COMMONS.

The Daily News is extremely indignant with Lord for takisg the liberty moving address the Crown against the ratification of the Treaty Washington. The reasoning the Daily News against his lordship’s motion may be briefly comprehended in his formula, There is fool like an old lor
May 19, 1871 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
STATIONS OF THE B Ob tha Where two are mentioced, which the depot lit Life Guardi, Windsor 2nd Do., Park

STATIONS OF THE B Ob tha Where two are mentioced, which the depot lit Life Guardi, Windsor 2nd Do., Park

Horse Guards, let Dragoon Guards, Newbridge 2nd Do., Colchester 3rd Do., 4th Do., Manchester sth Do., York J, 6th Do., Dundalk 7th Do., Maidstone -m . Ist Dragoons, .. v 2nd J flK.f .», ■*}. , 3rdUumn, Bomba, « mi, •* «h Do., Bengal X lf£ ,*VS.V|L-U.'‘> Lancers. Bengal • 6th Dra
May 19, 1871 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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May 19, 1871 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England