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MARKETS.—YESTERDAY.

MARKETS.—YESTERDAY.

MARKETS.-YESTkRrAT. BIRMIXGHAMR Coai,-At this market there was a small supply of English wheat, which was held for 6d. to Is. per quarter advance. Foreign,.6d. per quarter dearer. Grinding barley and oats drooping. Beans rather dearer. Peas and Indian corn nnaltered.-hr. onr J. a
November 12, 1886 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY DISPUTE BETWEEN THE LONDON AND COUNTY MANAGERS.

EXTRAORDINARY DISPUTE BETWEEN THE LONDON AND COUNTY MANAGERS.

EXTRAORDINARY DISPUTE BETWEEN i THE LONDON AND COUNTY MANAGERS. I In the High Court of Justice, Queen's Bench Division. yesterdav-before Mr. Justice Smith, without a jury-the case M~oosbrugger a. the Droitwich Salt Company came on. This was an action brought by Mr. Leodoi4dMoos-
November 12, 1886 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NEW PATENTS.

NEW PATENTS.

{(ontributed eu: Mr. George Sl.ms. The following patents, among others, were sealed during the week ended November 11, 18e6:- William H. Dunkley, Birmingham-manufacture of wirc spoked wheels for perambulators, Bath chairs, velocipedles, and other vehicles, andlfor other purposes
November 12, 1886 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LONDON GOSSIP.

LONDON GOSSIP.

LONDON~ GOSSIP. AN D the dreaded day bee passbd over, leaving no memory of evil greater than that of the scare to which precant ion had given rise. It has passed, moreover, without-crime or bl- odhled, with fewer accidents indeed than usual, owing to the very precautions we now c
November 12, 1886 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY SCENES AT A SCHOOL BOARD MEETING.

EXTRAORDINARY SCENES AT A SCHOOL BOARD MEETING.

EXTRAORDINARY SCENES AT A SUHOOLM BOARD _EETING. The Sheffeld Indsqepesdent gives the following report of a disgraceful scene at the Hayfield School Board meeting on Wednesday ?? meeting held a month ago was called to consider the tenders sent in for the erection of a Board schoo
November 12, 1886 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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A EUSTON SQUARE MYSTERY.

A EUSTON SQUARE MYSTERY.

Dr. George Danford Thomas, the coroner for Central Middlesex, opened an enquiry at the Royal Free Hospital, Gray's Inn Road, London, on iWednesday, into the cir- cumstances attending the death of Mr. George Porter, aged thirty-three years, a grocer and wine and spirit merchant,
November 12, 1886 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NEW BOOKS.

NEW BOOKS.

TuE TFCHN1ICAL EDUCATOR : An 0.Atcyclopaedia of Tech- nical Education. In Four Vole. #.ondon: Cassell and Co.j There may be Admirable Crichtons who are capable of pronouncing judgment on the treatment of the multi- farious subjects of these volumes, and should we ever meet with
November 12, 1886 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FOREIGN NEWS.

FOREIGN NEWS.

EARLY EDITION, Daily Post Office, 1.30 a.m. THEEGYTIN QUESTION. CONsTA NflSOF1LE, November 10 (Delayed in transmis- ?? neaotiationls between Sir Williamn White and the the Porte on the Ergyptian qnestion will have no reference his !Sen to the Egyptian Financial Convention, nor b
November 12, 1886 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FOREIGN COMMERCIAL NEWS.

FOREIGN COMMERCIAL NEWS.

FORwEIGN COMM-ERCIAL NEWS, PAt-.S, N-ovembevr 11.-The LBourse was very firm to~day, at an almost general advance in quotations. Fsor m~osey the Three per Cent. Rntee roe lix. anti thle Four-and-allalf per Cent. Ruetes St 1bt. :for account, thie former rose 7?%c. end se latter loc
November 12, 1886 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE LAST OF THE INDIAN AND COLONIAL EXHIBITION.

THE LAST OF THE INDIAN AND COLONIAL EXHIBITION.

THE LAST OF TrE INDIAN AND COLONIAL EXELIBITION. I A moribund show is not altogether an exhilarating sight, nor even a wholly edifying one. It may be worth while, howeverr. to be present at its last hours, if only, as Mlr. Addison might have put it, to see how an exhibition can d
November 12, 1886 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England