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THE LOSS OF THE EURYDICE.

THE LOSS OF THE EURYDICE.

THE INQUEST AND VERDICT. A telegram received from Portsmouth yesterday says :— 1 The Camel and Grinder have returned this morning, to resume the work of clearing the wreck of the Eurydice. The and Syra, screw sloops, have been ordered to prepared at once for the work of slinging
March 27, 1878 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM POLICE CO

BIRMINGHAM POLICE CO

URT.—Yesterday. Before Messrs. Kvnnerstey {Stipendiary). Wright, Goodrich, and Osborne. Dishonest Boys.—Qeorae Marshall (13), ropemaker, Key Hill; James W. Swan (13), jeweller, Great Hampton Street; and Samuel Booth (14), Lee Street, Lodge Boad, were charged with stealing two ski
March 27, 1878 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE QUEEN'S HOSPITAL.

THE QUEEN'S HOSPITAL.

The following a summary of the report to be pre-1 sented to the annual meeting of the governors this afternoon :—The total expenditure during the year has been 6s. 7d., being leas than that for the previous year £370. The principal saving is in "provisions," and amounts to effec
March 27, 1878 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM TRADES COUNCIL.

BIRMINGHAM TRADES COUNCIL.

The monthly meeting of this body was held Saturday night, in the Grand Jury Room, Public Oifice, Moor Street. Mr. C. Bowkett presided. The Secretary (Mr. Gilliver) read correspondence which had taken place since last meeting, including a communication from Mr. Chamberlain, M.P.,
June 3, 1878 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NEWS OF THE DAY.

NEWS OF THE DAY.

Mr. Gladstone, who was accompanied by his son, the rector of Hawarden, arrived Douglas, Isle Man, yesterday evening, and experienced a very cordial reception. The Contagious Diseases (Animals) Act of 1878 came into operation yesterday far concerns the home trade of Great Britain
October 2, 1878 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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OFFICIAL COURT CIRCULAR.

OFFICIAL COURT CIRCULAR.

Balmoral, Monday.—The Queen in the morning walked in the grounds of the Castle, attended the Dowager Marchioness of Ely. The Princess of "Wales and the three young Princesses lunched with the Queen, who in the afternoon drove with the Princess Wales and Prince Leopold. Her Majes
October 2, 1878 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM TOWN COUNCIL.

BIRMINGHAM TOWN COUNCIL.

meeting the own Council was held yesterday, tie Public Office; Ilie Mayor (Alderman Kenrick) pregidtoff* Absent MfmbersTlie Mayor apologised for the absence Alderman Manton, who had met with a slight accident; of Alderm in Osborne, who was kept sudden sickness; and of Councillor
October 2, 1878 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Militia Appointments.—The following announcemerits are from last night's London Gazette .—First Warwick : Alfred Bracebridge Allen, gent., be second lieutenant.

Militia Appointments.—The following announcemerits are from last night's London Gazette .—First Warwick : Alfred Bracebridge Allen, gent., be second lieutenant.

Worcester : Sub-lieutenant Kobert Valentine Berkeley to be lieutenant. Cyprus, —The London» Gazette contains an Order in Council "To make provision for the exercise of the power and jurisdiction vested by treaty in her Majesty the Queen in and over tho Island of Cvprus. The orde
October 2, 1878 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LICHFIELD DIOCESAN CHURCH EXTENSION SOCIETY.

LICHFIELD DIOCESAN CHURCH EXTENSION SOCIETY.

bICHFIELD DIOCESAN CHURCH EXTEN- I SION SOCIETY. | A meeting of ths clergy and laity of the Buns1i Deanery ,f Wvalsall took placo) in the l.ecturo Hall of the Young Men's Christian Association, Walsall, ounlriday afternneo, n aid of tile funds of the above-namod society. Lord l-a
November 30, 1880 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

PUBIIO NOTIOSS. M A R ET T H AL L W A R D. A PUBIJC MEETING In Support of the liberal Candidate, aL I. C1. FULFORD, will be hel4 at Hunt Street Schools, THIS (T0esdaYI EVENINO. October 31. Rev. JB. iARDNER, Dr. CARTER, Mr. W. J. LANCASTER, the CANDIDATE, and other Gentlemen will
October 31, 1882 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England