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JUBILEE OF LEAMINGTON COLLEGE.

JUBILEE OF LEAMINGTON COLLEGE.

The jubilee of Leamington College being celebrated this week by bazaar, a series entertainments, eonoerts, Jtc.' The bazaar, the proceeds which are to applied in the erection of a school gymnasium, was opened yesterday the Right Hon. A W. Peel, M.P., the Speaker. He was supporte
December 13, 1889 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Wreck in the Bat Biscay.—A Reuters telegram from Bordeaux says that during a violent storm in the Bay of Biscay

Wreck in the Bat Biscay.—A Reuters telegram from Bordeaux says that during a violent storm in the Bay of Biscay

on Tuesday night a large British vessel from New York was driven ashore the Isle de Nord, about forty kilometres from that port. The crew were saved, but no hope entertained of refloating the ship. CompcliSOF.t Pilotage.—At a meeting in London, vesterdav, convened by the British
December 13, 1889 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC.

THE INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC.

The St. Petersburg correspondent of the Times telegraphs :—The epidemic of influenza continues to occupy public attention. The winter, however, has now set in with deg. of frost, or 2 dog. below zero. The Neva and the canals are frozen over, and it is bop*! that this change the
December 13, 1889 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SALES AUCTION BALE THIS DAY (FEIDAY). IMPORTANT SALE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, {Removed from large Residents near Bromsprove; also from

SALES AUCTION BALE THIS DAY (FEIDAY). IMPORTANT SALE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, {Removed from large Residents near Bromsprove; also from

the Clarendon. Road and Pcrshore Road, /, SLATE-BED BILLIARD TABLE. Valuable Pianofortes. Chamber Organ, a 14-stop Harmonium, and other Musical Instruments, Ac.. Lc. Messrs. ludlow, roberts, & weller will Sell by Auction, their Rooms, No. 18, New Struct, THIS DAY (Friday). Decem
December 13, 1889 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
STTUATIOirS _<«■**)• ; (Food) Wanted.—Apply, at Can * Works .Un<»»terB«»»n » AUKRDAHHBR.—'Wanted, a yonns Man, for the i.y Trimming Trade;

STTUATIOirS _<«■**)• ; (Food) Wanted.—Apply, at Can * Works .Un<»»terB«»»n » AUKRDAHHBR.—'Wanted, a yonns Man, for the i.y Trimming Trade;

wholesale—Address, 720. Fbuly ArHl»l'! fiSßU—Youth Wanted.— Apply. Badder. 82, I>« |il «!lh. IIiDP.KsSERS. —Respectable Youth Wanted.to LeamTrade. —Buckley, Hairdresser, Branston Street. Birmingham. c 2911 HAIRDRESSER.— Improver Wanted good shaver ; live in.— stole age and wages
December 13, 1889 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CAPTAIN GRICE HUTCHINSON AT ASTON.

CAPTAIN GRICE HUTCHINSON AT ASTON.

CAPTAI GRICE HUT CBINSON AT ASTON.| Last evening a meeting of the members and friends of the Aston Manor Habitation of the Primrose League was held in the Victoria Hall, under the presidency of Captain GriOce Hutchinson (ruling councillor). There was a large attendance, amongst t
May 14, 1890 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LORD BEACONSFIELD'S LIFE.

LORD BEACONSFIELD'S LIFE.

| "Lord Beaconsfleld," by Mr. J. A. Froude, was publshed yesterday by Messrs. Sampson Low and Co. e The work is rather a monograph than a biography; it a contains only 262 pages; and it gives no extracts from letters or diaries. We quote some of the more interesting passages. DI
October 28, 1890 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MARKETS.—YESTERDAY.

MARKETS.—YESTERDAY.

I UMAKETS.-YEsT2RDAY. LoNmDON CORs.-The London market was dull, but there was no reaction in value, English wheat samples ?? not numerous considering the time of year. Quality varied a good deal, therm being almost all sorts repre- sented, from fine white weighing S4lb. to 65Ib.
October 28, 1890 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
OPENING OF THE SOBRANJE.

OPENING OF THE SOBRANJE.

, ~~~[teuter's Telegram.] SoFIA, October 27.-The sixth ordinary session of the Sobranje was opened at noon to-day by Prince Ferdinand with the customarr ceremony. The route from the Palace to the Sobranje was lined with troops, and the streets were decorated with flaas and crowd
October 28, 1890 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
To Clean wash the surf.v« with and Soap." Polinh afterwards with line dry cloth or leather. " Sunlight Soap "

To Clean wash the surf.v« with and Soap." Polinh afterwards with line dry cloth or leather. " Sunlight Soap "

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July 24, 1889 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England