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RELIEF RETURN.

RELIEF RETURN.

The following is a statement showing the amount of out relief distributed in the respective during the past month, as compared with the corresponding period of last year: — Northern district—Harborne-1887, £244.166.10d., number of poor 986; 1888, £248. 18s. Hd., number of poor 9
July 14, 1888 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
KINGS NORTON RURAL SANITARY AUTHORITY.

KINGS NORTON RURAL SANITARY AUTHORITY.

The usual monthly meeting of this Board took place at the Workhouse, Belly Oak, on Wednesday, when the Rev. D. B. C. Pre%ly presided, and there were also present Meters. W. D. Wilkinson, I. Ford, C. W. S. Deakin, Jones, Andrews, Green, Groves, and R. Docker (clerk). THE MEDICAL
July 14, 1888 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
(From Sr. Step4eo's /review.)

(From Sr. Step4eo's /review.)

• Lord Tennyson is hard at writing a memorial poem relating to the recent bereavements in the Ger. man Royal Family. I did not know until last week that a subject in which her Majesty is greatly interested is the CanaL The matter cropped up at the Royal dinner• table • short tim
July 14, 1888 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DEATH OF SIR JOHN HARDY.

DEATH OF SIR JOHN HARDY.

-- We regret to announce that Sir John Hardy, of Donatell Hall, Burton-on-Trent, succumbed on Monday afternoon, at his London residence, to the effects of the accident he met with on the previous Monday, when he was knocked down by a brougham at the corner of Dean-street, South
July 14, 1888 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PATENTS.

PATENTS.

, to are 111 Ist c ocKLE , s MI 1111111COZT. son LIVER, IX DMIIIITION, pllas c. 2 Op PURE VEGETABLE - - - List of new applications for patents in the district, made through various agencies, during the week ending July 7th, 1888. Contributed by Mr. Charles T. Powell, Patent Offi
July 14, 1888 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
IMPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STATIONERY DEPOT. BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE, CALL AT W. SINCLAIR & SONS, 84, WORCESTER

IMPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STATIONERY DEPOT. BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE, CALL AT W. SINCLAIR & SONS, 84, WORCESTER

STREET, BIRMINGHAM, Compare Price and Quality of CASH BOOKS, DAY BOOKS, LEDGERS, and STATIONERY. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL num. Remember Addreee-84, (Bottom of) WORCESTER STREET, BIRMINGHAM.
July 14, 1888 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
RELIABLE, AND INEXPENSIVE FURNITURE WA:REFfOtTSE. TAYLOR & EVANS ARE NOW SHOWING I.TRNITURE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, Suitable for DINING ROOMS DRAWING

RELIABLE, AND INEXPENSIVE FURNITURE WA:REFfOtTSE. TAYLOR & EVANS ARE NOW SHOWING I.TRNITURE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, Suitable for DINING ROOMS DRAWING

ROOMS, BED ROOMS, tcc., hr., OF THEIR OWN MAKE. Quality Warbnanship guaranteed, at jelly Low ax Goode. 'ARMES do well to INSPECT OUR STOCK before Parches lo g , sad thus ), • ' ..„,9 s • 4 WIC FULLY 25 PER CENT. CARPVTR, LIVOLEVMS, BEDSTEADS, BEDDING, etc., etc. NOTIf THE ADDAMS
July 14, 1888 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BREWED ESPECIALLY FOR FAMILIES PALE ALE, 18s., STOUT, 245. PER 18 GALLON CASK. CASH 2s. These Celebrated ALES and Invalid

BREWED ESPECIALLY FOR FAMILIES PALE ALE, 18s., STOUT, 245. PER 18 GALLON CASK. CASH 2s. These Celebrated ALES and Invalid

STOUT are Brewed from the beet Malt and Hope produced and the Purest Water. SPECIAL TERMS TO THE TRADE. A TALL SOLICITED. W. H. HOLLISTER, BREWER & WINE MERCHANT, Handstoorth and Perry Barr BREWERY.
July 14, 1888 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MAJESTY

MAJESTY

Royal Warrant. HEDGES' SAUSAGES ARE THE BEST (A. 4opplisd to Hot for Id yrr4,ll.
July 28, 1888 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
(Freer Trwth.)

(Freer Trwth.)

Great eons were made to the Queen to receive the prelates who form the Lambeth Conference at Windsor Castle, and Lord Salisbury was that her Majesty should do so; but she positively refused. It is probable that Lord Dufferin will decline the marquisate which is to be offered to
July 28, 1888 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England