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(e•PPISAL ) A SEA-NYMPH. BT JUSTIN McCARTHY, Author of "Dtor Lady Disdain." Rift Dinosem‘k" "Maid of Atheism," "Writnra • Marriage," "Myra," ke.

(e•PPISAL ) A SEA-NYMPH. BT JUSTIN McCARTHY, Author of "Dtor Lady Disdain." Rift Dinosem‘k" "Maid of Atheism," "Writnra • Marriage," "Myra," ke.

) A SEA-NYMPH. BT JUSTIN McCARTHY, Author of "Dtor Lady Disdain." Rift "Maid of Atheism," • Marriage," "Myra," Linda Weston won a cirl of tremendous energy. SO, at leant, all her ii.org it ~,,, en-friantl• said, most of wh t-,! on enerity far treinendoua in r I of the London seas
21 July 1900 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LADIES COLUMN.

LADIES COLUMN.

The first Instalment of holiday Meriste may be Said to have started re= for rest and reeves. lion. In a conanrrcial emontry Engl there cani inever be entire cessation of - gnome, ill life, an their rsmis In tarn, relieving carl: other. Tee numeer CC vieiton to Purls has been ver
21 July 1900 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ERALD. SATURDAY. JULY 21 :906.

ERALD. SATURDAY. JULY 21 :906.

21 July 1900 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
A Bad Character.

A Bad Character.

Henry labourer. no fixed residence, was brought up charged with loitering in the erywal Palace I:roiled@ oe the 11th net with intont to oom• : mit a felony.—Sergeant Jackoon proved seeing the defendant arting in a very suspicious manner at the Police Sports. He also tried severa
21 July 1900 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
KILLED THEIR OWN WOMEN AND CHILDREN.

KILLED THEIR OWN WOMEN AND CHILDREN.

FOREIGNERS AND BOXERS TO DEATH. The Europeans, maddened by hunger and already short of ammunition, endeavoured to cut their way through the gated in the hope of escape. The attack, according to the Dail, Mail story toll by the courier who brought the news from Pekin to the Taota
21 July 1900 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NOTICE 10 ADVERTISERS.

NOTICE 10 ADVERTISERS.

" WANTED" CLASS )1 , A 1.% ENTISEMENT:4 For ennnxiii ire inftoition, of the clipper. of Adrettiftmente particitlari-ed lelow tho tot hosing are the prepaid chatjere. In all mein. Ail j Collt.te , i 1•P :• The forom log low rater are eliargul (if previiil for— LOST, FOUND, ite.
21 July 1900 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Eirrsnomtnii 1894. H. H. KIRKHAM, 25, REGENT ROAD, lIARBORME, IT AS been officially appointed by Mr. Frederick Smith. of Aston

Eirrsnomtnii 1894. H. H. KIRKHAM, 25, REGENT ROAD, lIARBORME, IT AS been officially appointed by Mr. Frederick Smith. of Aston

Model Brewery, as Reproevntativo for this District for BO'FTLED ALES and STOUT. 44, 9, 18, and 36 gallon in prime condition. Order, received at the above address bare 11. K.'• prompt attention.
21 July 1900 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CHARLES KIMBELI FAmILY GROCER AND ColiN DEALER, KNOWLE VILLAGE. • AGENT FOR KENNAWAY'S WINF.kAND SPIR Asuil.o.B.vvAßLAN, Am) 811:MINGHAM BREWERIES ALE.

CHARLES KIMBELI FAmILY GROCER AND ColiN DEALER, KNOWLE VILLAGE. • AGENT FOR KENNAWAY'S WINF.kAND SPIR Asuil.o.B.vvAßLAN, Am) 811:MINGHAM BREWERIES ALE.

Al) STOUT. Home Cored and Bacon, Pork Pies awl 4 au4 , 4ges Fresh IVeekly CuAomers waited upcn for Orders Weekly or us Topared. INVALID STOUT IN 41 GALLON CASKS. BENTLEY HEATH MILL. KNOW LE Establed THOMAS CHAMBERLAIN MILLER AND CORN MERCHANT. All kinds of Horse and Pouitry Corn
21 July 1900 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TUE CAPTURED TRAIN.

TUE CAPTURED TRAIN.

Lord lid:wile thus previous telegrams from himself and from commanding of communication rep3vting capture of • supply train: ane train only was csotured. narnely, on the night of July 21st, between Ifrnorist• I and the Vaul. It datable,' supplies. principally and an escort of tw
04 August 1900 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MURDER OF MISSIONARIES.

MURDER OF MISSIONARIES.

rinqrs correspondent at Slisnithai says, S'eng has informed the local director of the China Inland Mi‘sion that he has received intelligence teem OR at Pao-ting-fu that all the miviirmaries there have been murdered, the converts massacred, and the mission proper; v totally destr
04 August 1900 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England