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VENERABLE WORKMOUSE INMATES. I The edult Inmates of the OUR NEW SERIAL - Workhouse at the prawn!. time immbei 46,

VENERABLE WORKMOUSE INMATES. I The edult Inmates of the OUR NEW SERIAL - Workhouse at the prawn!. time immbei 46,

.... 2 Wo have pleasure in announcing we have one of whom la eible-hodied. Indeed, there is out secured for pub:ication our columns a splendid &single able-bodieil pumper in the II 4 senwitioiutl story, entitledof the I LOS are between 80 awl 90 yeme mgt., r: - 0110 IS upwind' o
30 June 1900 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

LONDON HAY AND BfitAW, TllF.NDAV.—Supplies were rot ...f at a fair trade was eon. : clover. tso. to 1000. ; intericr. 65.. to 765.; specially-picked !try, 87s. 61.; nest, 70s. to 80a.; inferior, 555. to ; mixture sainfoin, 755. to 87.1. Ad.; and !draw. 244. to .565. per load. LO
14 July 1900 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DIG FIGHT RFPORTED.

DIG FIGHT RFPORTED.

From Chinese sources it is reported that I hog rattle has been foveht at 1 ientsin. and that the CLinese have been dete4ttsl with heavy loss. Two ,hant se artillery have been killed IS Tientsin. A message dated Chifti. Saturday. says that 10,0C4 Chinese re.tppearrd mar Ticittain
14 July 1900 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
I: NOWLE MOIR OUTINGS.

I: NOWLE MOIR OUTINGS.

St. Philip's Church. The mnior members of the choir of this (°iu:42, had their aanual excursion on Saturday, Os. t dbeing Worcester. Thom who made up the party were Messrs. Ifiedrett. Home, Thomp. •on lOrganiiit). A. F. Williams, Masser. F. • T. Waltror. R. R. Finley. :14 F. ald
14 July 1900 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE MR.'. ELI DAVIS TESTIMONIAL.

THE MR.'. ELI DAVIS TESTIMONIAL.

The testimonial to the widow and eliddren a the late Eli Davis. an old Villa footballer. pro. rooted by f'ounrillor J. T. Lees and other friends, ha. realiwd the handsome of £37 12s. Id, after • few neeewary expense., and this amount has/seen banded over In S. Davis.
14 July 1900 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ONE WHO SHOT AN EMPEROR

ONE WHO SHOT AN EMPEROR

An ex-Mexican named Leon, who has juitt died in a tuna' ic asylum near Tampico, is said to have been the last survivor of the firing party who shot the unfortunate Emperor Maximilian on June 19th, 1857. Leon, together with one or two corn',idea. protested againi,t being selected
14 July 1900 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
EMPRESS REPORTED IN POWER AGAIN.

EMPRESS REPORTED IN POWER AGAIN.

Neuter's feringhai correspindent cabled on Tuesday, Arlineling to information from s Chine** official tlw Entre** rcsumed the reins of government on the 30th awl appointed Yung Jo Prime Mn ter. rein sent a iicapatcli to Nankin by runner, who coventtl cm* hundred miles a day, t)
14 July 1900 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TEACHER'S

TEACHER'S

. . -ss 0 1* alit. l , . • _ . ' ' 1 t ACHERS , \ 911AND . CRt4 i y 7 -- r . s• ( - I •. ' • ' • erhon o Old SeoteL ~ WHISKY. . 'I . 6.4eHER & SoNs. k -
14 July 1900 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
OF OF WALFB THRATRR. Broad Street, Birmingham. Lewes —Rodgers. Ltd. Mr. .1. F. Graham. Tolophono No. MM. Telegraphic Address: "Theatrical."

OF OF WALFB THRATRR. Broad Street, Birmingham. Lewes —Rodgers. Ltd. Mr. .1. F. Graham. Tolophono No. MM. Telegraphic Address: "Theatrical."

ClikiFD FOR BUMMER VACATION. •••••• RR OPEN BANK 'HOLIDAY, AUIa'ST 6. with the ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR.
14 July 1900 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CHARLES KIM BELL, Desires to cell the attention of the Nil:Wit:this of Knowlu and filo siiriminding neighbourhood, that lie opened

CHARLES KIM BELL, Desires to cell the attention of the Nil:Wit:this of Knowlu and filo siiriminding neighbourhood, that lie opened

a lIARDVI ARE AND IRONMONGERY ESTABLISHMENT next door to his alil estalili.lied GROCERY !WM.-TP..4i in the Warwick Road where a gots: .;-lection or every class of Domestic Ironmongery and Hardware is kept in stuck. Z.. B.—Goods delivered free within a radium a 3 miles. • - - .T.
14 July 1900 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England