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PERSONAL GOSSIP.

PERSONAL GOSSIP.

ouderstsed. goys the Lady's .Pieterid, Mecum of Denmark, faemerly et Wales. Is going to imitate the young cd Ibribarowgb in having ti g hundred lovely dlstmonda presented to ber by the set le a of gold, that worn ty the Duchene. The bend will be flexible. and the previous stated
December 26, 1896 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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December 26, 1896 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NOTES FROM INDIAN PAPERS.

NOTES FROM INDIAN PAPERS.

At Calcutta late= Scott war la Ids roe= =llleertee Club deed. erlift• odi eons Ws • fount In utiii be Ibiet be be suing wed, be SO to pat as Or Ye rno NA returned Wend. whore leera es three Irene. uptbeappelemeint of seedeery ameeieetener ef _ _ _ It appetite - that a Observahxy
December 26, 1896 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TERRIBLE STO It lES OF SPANISH BARBARITY.

TERRIBLE STO It lES OF SPANISH BARBARITY.

A Mr. James W. Davidson. descrihed as "si wellknown correl.,ndent." has puldished in the of Bong Kong the doails of Adiat I.e has seen sad hood at Manila, of all which he declared be his tive According to him the thumbscrews been brought from the of Bt. Augustine at Manila, wher
December 26, 1896 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Poinedl _god idillibui by &rat Ireastag. 26 ids OM 10=iberwliime di "IN &odd be QIN II NM

Poinedl _god idillibui by &rat Ireastag. 26 ids OM 10=iberwliime di "IN &odd be QIN II NM

Poinedl _god idillibui by &rat Ireastag. 26 ids OM 10=ib er wliime di "IN &odd be II
December 26, 1896 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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December 26, 1896 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WILL SHORTLY APPEAR. WILL SHORTLY APPEAR. WILL SHORTLY APPEAR. A NEW SENSATIONAL S•URY, A NEW 'SENSATIONAL STORY, A NEW SENSATIONAL

WILL SHORTLY APPEAR. WILL SHORTLY APPEAR. WILL SHORTLY APPEAR. A NEW SENSATIONAL S•URY, A NEW 'SENSATIONAL STORY, A NEW SENSATIONAL

A NEW SENSATIONAL SluitY. ENTITLED " • PASSING MADNESS," " A PASSING MADNESS," " A PASSING MADNESS." " A PASSING MADNESS," " A PASSING MADNESS," A PASSING MADNESS," "• PASSING " A PASSING MADNESS." " • PASSING MADNESS," BY THE WELL-KNOWN NOVELIST, MARRYAT, MARRYAT, MARRYAT, •
December 5, 1896 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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ma, and bearing them along their journey out of reach of the sea. The motive power is electricity, and the rate of progression about seven miles an hour. The permanent way is laid in the chalk bed, and it is stated that the journey can be made even in the stormiest of seas witho
December 5, 1896 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
iod ihrt .1) mobs be develop Oil twain! fitiNtoold fl• CHE HARBORNE HERALD AND EDGBASTON TIMES. • SATURDAv DECEMBER 5, 1896 THE WAR IN CUBA.

iod ihrt .1) mobs be develop Oil twain! fitiNtoold fl• CHE HARBORNE HERALD AND EDGBASTON TIMES. • SATURDAv DECEMBER 5, 1896 THE WAR IN CUBA.

iod be develop twain! fitiNtoold fl• CHE HARBORNE HERALD AND EDGBASTON TIMES. • SATURDAv DECEMBER 5, 1896 THE WAR IN CUBA. ATTEMPT TO WRECK A TRAIN. A 116111. to Ihe Madrid OMB Is sorusdtersm from the front. An ottesigt was anallool Monday to wreck a military roor by placing bloc
December 5, 1896 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THREE CHILDREN BURNT TO DZATH.

THREE CHILDREN BURNT TO DZATH.

A fire Attended with of life in two cases occurred on 'Monday evening at 28, Aintree-street, Fulham, in a private house tenanted by MI. H. J. Villains. The (runt mom in the basement caught fire from an unknown cause. At the time of the outbreak three little children Henry James
December 5, 1896 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England