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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    horse: small lawn.- ¶3Adlsresre, seating wages required and references. 817, Doily Post. c8420 INPOOH-GABDINER,---- am actoe tohre ndcow.- G3Apply, The Hill, Dudley. o59 Cl ROlS-CARDENER Wanted; in-door.-Apply, 11, Parade, ¶..Xirmin~ghsem.______ 970 0'aoo and Goedener.-Yooth (18) Wanted, to Assist ; line Subscribers-only content

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    rive bed, dressing, bath roomsse, kitchens, celars, yr pbintriea; wslled-llrig'arden- Rent low. Train and tram. lImns. ~F rdiate possession-Hollistsr, The Hill, Perry Barn. 03777 R flANIJSWORtTH (63' St. Peter's Road)' two lrercpin £1tL foor bed rooms;, rent reduced.__dIR-key 32.. - Subscribers-only content

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    wrote down the conversation, but previously the -witness told her father about it. r t Miss Eva Templar. of The Hill, Teignmouth, deposed that on April 8 she was at the Torquay Theatre, and met Mrs. Hargreave outside a prsvate Subscribers-only content

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    COUNTY OURT. -SZ&urm. Mr. Registrar Cole made a receiving order in the Matter of WraLUM HRUBY HONGq1rs, residing at The Hill, Perry Barr, and JOSEPH C4AnDWCE, residing at 127, Albert Road, Aston, both carrying on business at the Handsworth and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    being very smartly run. Silver City, after beating Bodiere, just plilled through V. aaii~snt Gladsmuir ; and Jim o' the Hill. although he 0 once looked like getting beaton by Great Bear, camev spnand finished a gallapt winner. Texture deserves Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Oldswinford. STvUGosT.--Mr. Enoch Baldwin, of The Mount Hartlebury. TcENsBr-'mr. E. V. V. Wheeler. UMRwe SWnr7oNRD.-"Dr. George William Richards The Hill, Oldswinford. Upvox.oxsSEVarl.-Mr. W. H. Moore, attmey, Mr. L Docker, gentleman. U-xroSxoseuny --*M. boert Berleley, Spetehey. Worcester. WoenS.os.-"Mr. Alfred William Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the 6reditors of William Henry Hollister, of The Hill, Pern' Barr, and Joseph Chadwick, 127, Albert Road, Astoh, both carrying on business at the Handswortb X and Berry Barr Brewery, as brewers and spirit C merchants, was held yesterday, Subscribers-only content

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    receive not, only his personal friends, but an endless stream of Americans especially, who wse ever heartily welcomed at "The Hill." In 1865 he contested Coventry, and in 1868 North Warwickshire, but unsuccessfully: anci in 1873 he remnoved to London, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. J. Pritchard and London staff, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Flower, workmen. at the breweries, nieces and nephews at The Hill, the Mayor and Mayoress, General and Mrs. Hunt, Mr. and Mrsm A. Park, Dr. and Mrs. Raynor, from the Subscribers-only content

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    was held at The Hill, Amblecote, Stourbridge, yesterday afternoon, to consider the scheme Mr. John Corbett, M.P., is generously bringing forward for the establishment of a hospital for the Stourbridge and Brierley Hill district. The Hill estate,, in the mansion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Council caused by the death of Mr. C. E. Flower Mr. A. D. Flower, director of joint stock comnpanive The Hill, Stratford, and Mr. RL Lunn, solicitor, St::i ford, have been nominated. The polling will take pics on Saturday next. Subscribers-only content

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    Road, Beeaee COroal Wyatt, Biricen- head; Corporal Philips, Wmcete Coonel Cbilds, 'LsiLeard: Major Bird,. B ngliamn; 7JVte Wilisn Tiverton. The Hill Honse-Cop.running-man competition, six shots at 100 yards, has again been won by Private Ellacot, 2nd Cornuwa] whomade 20 out Subscribers-only content

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    THE CHOLERA EPIDEMEC. £[Reute's Telegrzmm.] rE n PmmURG,September 20.-To-dav's cholsma returns show a further decrease both in the nniuker of fresh cases and in the deaths; In all 206'cars and 106 deaths were registered yesterday, includirg 65 cases and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    further donation of £500. to the Cotbett Hospital at Stourbridge. This is owing to ,the expenditure in alterations at The Hill to adapt it for a hospital being likely to exceed the original estimste oE MZOOQ.W -Mr. C. Evers Swvndall Subscribers-only content

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    HORSESl, aAs.MGES, &c., FOR SALE (contd.) ANDDA lcanoe-shalsedl, excellent condition; painted blue, and L o stnelines. Price £3&-dCacnichacl. Butts, w orcester. cIS9i -F~iKDAUn'TE(Feeder); good condition; city plates, to. dintnt instaucs Wallis, Fredrick Pae se Xrroomiy Four-wheeler (leather hood), forming Subscribers-only content

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    THOMAS LEONARD Warrenstown, Duiasany, Co. Heath. J. WILSON LYNCH, b.L, Renmors, Galway. J. lAVDERMGODT, Rlmore, Ballinasloe. P. P. BMAcMAEON, The Hill, MOnnkswOv, Co. Dublin. T HOMAS MORE MADDEN. M.D., 5i, Merrion Square, Dublin ALEXANDER MANSFIELD, Palmas, Co. Limeneric EDMUND MANSFIELD, Subscribers-only content

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    is making as. to 8s. bd., and other thin seams 7s. Pd. to 2s. per ton at the pits. The Hill 'dispute 'IS playing havoc With the district steain-coa cliries, some of which are only making two-~ tothree days per Subscribers-only content

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    first-lass condition; F rumbale" behind, fitted with Stanbope door and folding usis;e ,built by kitartin, biiirmingba=i Cost IS grsioeas-Apply, The Hill: W9RA& Haorsae snitable for boating. Z&-Apply. 16 1. '. F ed Sqsr,~~ M.oo'.Odosl 1'ORtDEB and Ca, & moited) 78.and Subscribers-only content

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    Owen, Hasbury, Hawvne Hunnington, and Lutley, with an aggregate populatiou t of 7,659, the number of voters being 1,420. The Hill o division includes the parishes of Cakemore, Hill, Ilkey, Lapal, Ridgacre, aod Warley, the population - boi 7,606, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    estate, in Herefordshire,c which has been in the market for several years, has been t sold to Mlajor Trafford. The Hill Court, which is on thet bank of the Wye, a short distance below Ross, is a Queen Anne manor-house, Subscribers-only content

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