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03 April 1897 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TIIE STRANGE TALE OF HIDDEN TREASURE.

TIIE STRANGE TALE OF HIDDEN TREASURE.

It is stated that the died man of the West Roney Regiment, reported to have a coafenion as to the theft of King Thestraw's crown and regalia, supplied a writtee statesman in to Mr. of flouthamptan and for two yam the matter under ineratigatioo by the authorities at the India Oli
07 April 1894 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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07 April 1894 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ANOTHER LYNCHING HORROR

ANOTHER LYNCHING HORROR

A telegram from Sas Amami° (Tama) states that advice. received there from the village of on the border. report an lynching of a negro woman for the suppceed murder el a white child. severs, who made so attempt to but who was seised by the lynchers while If:M food to one of her o
07 April 1894 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
'De lbarborne beralb. SATURDAY. AP= 7, lift A DYING BODY.

'De lbarborne beralb. SATURDAY. AP= 7, lift A DYING BODY.

EACH week brings the decease of the Kings Norton Guardians as a public body nearer, and in November next they will hand over their affairs to the Parish COMiCil, but before they go they want to make a good start with the new Infirmary, and accordingly they are asking for "compet
07 April 1894 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LOCAL & DISTRICT NEWS.

LOCAL & DISTRICT NEWS.

s large attendance of residents Nt the meet cif the Wontestetshire Hunt at Burnt Green tOtation on Monday. the Ein - ge Ncrtoo Golf were defeated in a match played with Ipeley on Betarday, while the gentlemen of the Met-named club defeated thou, of the on the date. For having be
07 April 1894 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LOCAL VOLUNTEER PRIZE WINNERS.

LOCAL VOLUNTEER PRIZE WINNERS.

We please.; to notice 'several well.known Harbert* ammo amongst the list of priwationers in with the Birmingham Rifle Brigade GM Vol. Batt. Royal Warsiobhire Regiment). The distributed on Saturday last. and ansong-t those prevent were Captain It. Hart and Lieutenant J. E. Dixon.
07 April 1894 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Si'. MARY'S. HARBORNE.

Si'. MARY'S. HARBORNE.

Sunday it being the octave of genaday, the ceremonies u Bt. Mary's adeamisd is wanner. Yam mu exceedingly well by the choir, which augmented that day by &string bud. The strmm OD Gospel of the Day wee peacbed Father Rector, and in the even 11g there was the thaal
07 April 1894 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GREET.

GREET.

The New Min Refl.—At the wants of churchgoers or Greet are within reasonable distaste et being provided for. We bare alluded to the erection of a new kall, the site bring nearly oppceite the School Beard The build Og i• rapidly approaching and has • 'Ed ceinfortable snowmen Exte
07 April 1894 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
(From Vanity Fair.)

(From Vanity Fair.)

Tbe stupid story of the Queen having fallen and bon her knee, that is told by way of accounting for Majesty's lameness, is a pure invention, which lacks even ordinary point. The lameness is solely due to sciatica, which attacked her Majesty early in the seventies, when the rheum
07 April 1894 - Harborne Herald - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England