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August 18, 1888 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT.

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT.

I . BIRMINGHAM POLTCE COURT, YESTERDAY.-BCfr2fO Zelsrs,. IiI?!, Parsons, iBake,, and Cook. ASSA5LTINGJ THIIE POLICr.-Thomas Parry (39), tin. plate-worker. 24 Court, 7 house, Lancaster Street, was charged with being drunk and assaulting the police. Polioe-eonstable Wilson said tha
April 29, 1887 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ABANDONING A CHILD AT WATERLOO STATION.

ABANDONING A CHILD AT WATERLOO STATION.

ABANDONING A CHILD AT WATERLOO I STATION. . . | Yesterday, at tire Southwark Police Courtc before Mr. Sheil, Mfargaret Arthuir (26), a lady-like and well-dressed womap, described as a governess, residing it St. dncrase, wan brought up, an remard, charged with unlawfully - abandoo
April 29, 1887 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE CRIMES BILL.

THE CRIMES BILL.

- Several important amendments to the Coercion Bill placed on tho notice paper of tho ouss by Sir C. Russell "ill, says' thi Daily ifc20s receive rho support of tih r whole of thc Opposition. One is a proviso to Clause 2 to secere that no agreement or combination by two or moro
April 29, 1887 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
A SCHOOL BOARD GRIEVANCE.

A SCHOOL BOARD GRIEVANCE.

Last evening, a meeting was held at the St. Andrew's Sihoole, Bolton Street, Watery Lane, "for the purpose," il the words of the advertisement, "of considering the action of the School Board relative to the unfortunate boy David Leatham, who is now an imbecile, the resalb of blo
September 3, 1885 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

-- SPORTINOGjNTFLLW Ol, ' RACING NOTES; There Is every Elppeatraeeof at 'a'frst-clas meeting being held Is at Derby during the uext. three days. Neatly seventy, borsea 1a iea-veulreasdyreeched the scene of setton. !d For flue, opening day my selections ?? 1'la~te, er BlOUNDAnY; -
September 3, 1885 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FURTHER FALL OF CLIFF AT DAWLISH.

FURTHER FALL OF CLIFF AT DAWLISH.

. ?? - FURTHER FALL OF CLITN7 AT DAWLISH. I riltl-..- - a . cn ?? . - , - - £ - r l I ?? . I if Thero was a further fall of cliff at Dawlish, on Tucsday, , but happily the slip was et a very early hou0r in the morn- - lUg, mand no one incurredt any risk. The fall was from 15 o to
September 3, 1885 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

EDUCATIONALJ R ]tNOLID SCHOOL, Moseley, ItEOPENS September A 16, leourdern m 1Da'vPi1j. 6D41 __ _ JOS. G.191bfU I NANT, ?? Howl Muster. lF EiN 1lTEA.hTo NEXr W TBI'ldw Nl JGNS on TjU en8Yt2 17th lost. 128 _L; ZAV' DAVIS, B.A., P'rinelpel OL fLi£ ANHE SCHO(-lOL, 251, 1Stratford Ro
September 3, 1885 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
STOCK EXCHANGE GAMBLING.

STOCK EXCHANGE GAMBLING.

The fanchnester G'uardianyesterday a-s an artioleon "The Now Gambling," in whicb it says :-Till r; few years ago gambling purs and simple in stockls and shares was a practice which but fewv persons indulged in Sp3peculatiye persons thlro were in plenty who bought what they were
September 3, 1885 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
KIDDERMINSTER TOWN COUNCIL.

KIDDERMINSTER TOWN COUNCIL.

' The monthly meoting of the Council was held yesterday; the Deputy-Mayor (Mr. Goodman) presiding-Air. D. Corbet, medicafofficerroported there had bee 4'1 births and 35 deaths in the past month, The death-ratewas 175 per 1,000, as against 29'058 in the corresponding period last y
September 3, 1885 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England