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AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION.

AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION.

AtTSTRALIALN ?? -XDKRNTiO Faam (Wasneair Asmxa},pril 12.~-ab tthe ?? in, Sir John Forres~t5te F hrnier, whowas.received withi loud applausejsicid that nio mn~lt was misrepresented more than he ws whein he wasdlaredtoeivere to federation.- Onthe-cutary, he.hadal hislife strongly f
19 April 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WALSALL WOMEN'S UNIONIST ASSOCIATION.

WALSALL WOMEN'S UNIONIST ASSOCIATION.

WALSALL WOMEN'S IMONIST ASSOCIATION. - Last night, the annual ?? in connection with the Walsall Women's Unionist Association took place, at the Temperance. Hall, Waisall, and there wasfl a. crowded attendance Mrs. Frank James presided; and Mr. Sydney Ged'ge, lP., and Mr. Etank Ja
19 April 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE QUEEN IN IRELAND.

THE QUEEN IN IRELAND.

ITHE1Q " IN rRLAND. PRESENTATION OF ADDRSSES. Afte ?? h ue a a-com- paratively quiet tine yesterday, the only function in. which': she'- took ~'park being the recieiving of addresses Ifromi Irish pulico bodiei& The weaither was very favour- able, mad -her Majesty was eariy'out in
19 April 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA.

WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA.

tetsIG EXPRESS EDITION w4 kR IN SOUTH AFRICA, vOERS NEAR KROONSTAD. IFLEGRAPH WIRES CUT. RAILWAY LINE TORIN UP. MANY MILES DESTROYED. £NMY IN GREAT FORCE. SITUATION IN NATAL. CCEs BY GEN. BLLER ;TINGGS NEK ENCIRCLED. BOERS DEMAND TERMS. BOTE &IS PASS ABANDONED rETREAT TO THE NORT
11 June 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DESTRUCTIVE FIRES.

DESTRUCTIVE FIRES.

DESTRUCTIVE BES. Early yesterday morning an alarming fire occurnd at a Ljrge house in Gower Place, Gower Street, ;.C.r 13ythe assistance of the police most of the inmate succeeded in effecting their escape. One of them, however, named Elizabeth Leslie, aged 34 years finding her r
11 June 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
UNDERGROUND TELEGRAPH CABLES.

UNDERGROUND TELEGRAPH CABLES.

THE LONDON TO BIRM INGHAM LINE. Misapprehension seems to have arisen with regard to the progress of the underground telegraph cable from London to Birmingham, the construction of which was described at length in the Daily Post some months ago. The engineers of the telegraph depa
21 February 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
COURSING.

COURSING.

I DIIAV FOP, Ti WA-TEhLOO CP. AN OFFICIOUS J~ EENC Never were proceedings niore tame in connection 1: with the draw for thechisef oorsingtrophyofthe season s than it fhe A&lpii Ebte, LiverpooL last evening. c More than one thing coridaced to this. lbi the firs r plaoe the police
21 February 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PATRIOTIC CONCERT.

PATRIOTIC CONCERT.

PATMOT[G CONCERT. Lest uth ocert za ~aid -of the DcailYj I1aiif Iiaeris Fnd wiis ~given in the lazge ?? theatre O? the Midland institute, by rliestadents _i .Wevtr' ~StaPhens's niesie cilnspss. The p rogramm e wvas varied and lng, nd iinohded horues ~d soos fal lrinds. The chorus
03 April 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE FAR EASTERN QUESTION.

THE FAR EASTERN QUESTION.

RUSSIAN DEMAND ON COREA.. YOSOHA, April 2.-lb is now reported that Corea offered a firm opposition to the Russian demand for a concession of. land at Masampo. Russia, it is added, withdrew the demand, and substitated a. request for a piece of ground within the foreign settlement
03 April 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TRADE OF THE CITY & DISTRICT.

TRADE OF THE CITY & DISTRICT.

- i BMImTsNsra.E Friday Evenimg. THS second half of 1900 has not opened very favourably for the tmde either of the country or the Midlands. Prodacers in most of the staple branches are, doubtless, weU employed for the present; but dew orders are coming forward very slowly, and p
07 July 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England