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BIRMINGHAM SHARE LIST.-Yesterday.

BIRMINGHAM SHARE LIST.-Yesterday.

BIRMINGHAM SHARE LIST. -Yesterday. Stk.l Fd. RAILWAYS. Buyers j Sellers. Business. REVT-CU., OUJLE-. & 20 '20 North Stafford, Pre!., 5%_ Mcjrirn-xx SEcmmEs. Bir. Cor. An.. per £1. I An., per£L CANALS AND DOCKS. SUt. 100 Sharpness Ne» Docks and Glos.&Bir.NaT.,Db.4>fe% Stic. ,100 D
July 5, 1889 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Meeting op Oldbury Miners.—Last night a meeting of miners was held the Red Cow Inn, Church Street, Oldbury.—Mr. H. Rust

Meeting op Oldbury Miners.—Last night a meeting of miners was held the Red Cow Inn, Church Street, Oldbury.—Mr. H. Rust

spoke of the benefit to be derived from the Wages Board. The Board governed the wages of 12,000 men who had received the advance of 5 per cent, five weeks before any other minors in the United Kingdom. He was sorry that the Old Hill miners held aloof from the Board, and hoped th
July 5, 1889 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HANLKY.

HANLKY.

ON A Girl.— At the Borough Police Court, yesterday, John Griffiths (46), miner, was charged with having indecently assaulted Minnie Merry (12), the daughter of a milk-se.ller, residing in Avery Street. —It was stated that the prisoner had been with the girl's parents for the pas
July 5, 1889 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BERTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. A charge Oire Shillino, prepaid, made Jrr the aim not eiceedina twenty for every adduwiuil hue

BERTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. A charge Oire Shillino, prepaid, made Jrr the aim not eiceedina twenty for every adduwiuil hue

(Leu mrdt) Sixpence extra. Fottal notes mutt rrmMed payment. Announcement* mutt authenticated *» Ac name tMrtu tKf Manorial iwtieui" Manurum") are imserud •imiltr BIRTH. BRnroLET. —On the 3rd insL, at 81, boho Hill, the wife of James H. Brindiey, of daughter. - MA D —Bidi>le. —O
July 5, 1889 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PUBLIC NOTICES. DIEMINGHAM VOLUNTEERS. IST V.B. ROYAL WARWICKSHIRE REGIMENT ENCAMPMENT, STREET LEY, SUTTON UK, From July (inclusive), REGIMENTAL BANK E«ms.

PUBLIC NOTICES. DIEMINGHAM VOLUNTEERS. IST V.B. ROYAL WARWICKSHIRE REGIMENT ENCAMPMENT, STREET LEY, SUTTON UK, From July (inclusive), REGIMENTAL BANK E«ms.

Aftf.rnoon, INtiffcCTION and REVIEW (payable At Park), £d. day. llonn Is. each. For Cheap Railway announcmeiiw. ' " OLUNTEER ENCAMPMENT. SUTTON PARK. The ALES and STOUT Supplied to Mr. S. BAILEY for the Officers' and haye been SPECIALLY BREWED TIIE EDGBASTON BREWERY COMPACT (LIM
July 5, 1889 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
RETURN OF THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES.

RETURN OF THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES.

RETURN OF THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS I. ~~~OF WALES,I . The Prince and Princess of Wales, together with Prince ?? Victor, arrived in London front Ireland yesterday morning, and were greeted by a large assemblage of people n with an enthusiasni which showed how heartily their c retur
April 29, 1885 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM NATURAL HISTORY AND MICROSCOPICAL SOCIETY.

BIRMINGHAM NATURAL HISTORY AND MICROSCOPICAL SOCIETY.

e __ BIRMINGHAM NATURAL HISTORY A-ND MICROSCOPICAL SOCIETY. A meeting of the Birmingham Natural Historv anol ?? Society was held last night at the Mason College, to hear the retiring address of tire ex-President. Mr. t. W . Chase was in the chair, and among trhoe present were i)l
April 29, 1885 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FOREIGN NEWS.

FOREIGN NEWS.

FO.RFEIGN NEWS. [REUTERi'S TELEGRAMS.] THE JBOSPHORE EGYPTIEN. L ?? PARIS, APRTL 28. ThoeJiotrflfl ?? annoincos that the Losp)Aorc ,gypt.en.affair has been settle(l through tho intermediary of England, on the following basis:- The Egyptian Government will apologiso to tho French
April 29, 1885 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SHIP AND MAIL NEWS.

SHIP AND MAIL NEWS.

S-i? AND MAIL NEWS. ArsEx, April 28.-Tl.'ie B. 1. " Kirbela," from Bombey,2 left yesterday eveuing for London. Tho Queenslan'd 11 TDortenda," ?? for London, left here yesterday. 0 Ar.ES~-yt)5tL, April 28-Tue) B. 1. ?? Bewa," fromI London, arrivedI ?? ell route for Calcutta. t] BM
April 29, 1885 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WEATHER FORECASTS.—THIS DAY.

WEATHER FORECASTS.—THIS DAY.

WEATHER FOREOASTS.-Tars DAY. O Scotland, N. .. . South-westerly and noutherly winds; some 1. Scotland, B. _ i rain, but fair as a whole. 2. England, ?? .5, England, ?? Southoestery/ asd southerly brmnc, 4. d. SC.s s(fLot- moderate i; fcair. 6. EnglandS (Lu don & Chanal.) 6. Scogl
February 5, 1887 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England