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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Rural Sanitary Authority, it was said, had increased so much that it would be an advantage to them for Bolehall amd Glasoto to have a Local Gover-I mcnt Board, and it was urged that those who found the moncy Subscribers-only content

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    Guy tho~osuder iI of the said Obarity, or;ha i bon resident for threa years inonof the townbilpa of Wilucote, Geiseote, Bolehall, or AIanstoo, Ice is county of Warwiok; or In the townehip of Wlutn, or h the Ic hamlet of Subscribers-only content

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    jobbing or news. - H.SenIior, 10. o'rineessBStreet, Barnsley. c24S92 TRlflNTERS.-Young Mlan, 23, Smlcs Re-engagament as Jobbing .1 compositor-,Please slate wvages.-Adams, Bolehall, Tam. wortl]. c266t ORINTER,=.Wantcd, Situsrtioms en News or Jobbing Hand. Re- it ferenrea,-W, J. Lamb, Nottingham Road, Adlfrelon, cI8lO Subscribers-only content

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    Jury:-Messrs. W. Ring, Shuewley; J. W. Wood.ard, Crabb's Cross; J. H. Williams, Sambourne; s IV. Thornlev, Bickenhill ; B. Thompson, Bolehall ; W. Stroud, Coleshill; G. Richards, Studley; C. Pratt, Budbrooke: C. INElls, W0roxall; R. Hudson, Lapivorth; , 3J. t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Guardians the clamus of the northern part of the county of Warwick, in which are included the divisions of Bolehall and Glasoote and Kingsbury, in the Tvniworth Union, and the divisions of Poreswoth and Atherstone, in the Atherstone Union, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aldermen selected are as follow Votes. 'Mr. S. W. Stanton (C), The Butts, Warwick .. 45 Mr. S. Spruce (L), Bolehall ..........................i 42 Mr. Thomas Lloyd (LU), ThePriory, WarwickL 42 Mr. Alfred Johnson (L), Birehfield ............... 41 Lord Norton (C), Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Town Council to reconsider the matter. Mr. S. Spruce (alderman in the Warwickahire County Council) said the parish of Bolehall and Glasoote had been well managed in sanitary and other mnatt~ers, and he opposed the proposal to add it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Kettlebrook on Sunday by the sudden death of Miss WVhyman, the head mistress of the infant school under the Bolehall and Glascoto School Board. Miss Whymain, who was forty years of age, was highly respected by all in the Subscribers-only content

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    CORRESPONDENCE. NOTICES~~~ TOC ýV.SODETrA letr Tyede t "Jrs.o a., Wday or tothe qusuroeris idpeare sill let-iabe. 1WM"Kidderminster. -We have no record of the dlate. "Ambulance.'-AIpply to Mr. G. King- Batten, Colmors Rtow, Birmingham. "A. i. '-The landlord can sue Subscribers-only content

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    , J. Mitchell represented the Conservatives, and Mr. J. H. Whittle I the Liberals. The overseers of Wlniecote, Amington, and Bolehall and Glascote were instructed to in future add the postal address to the second column of the register. Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rding the pro- posal of Staffordshire for the extension of the borough of Tamworth so as to include portions of Bolehall and W~igginton. Theo recommendation of the Warwick- shire County Council was in eppesititon to this propsal Mr. S. Spruce Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    off her. e GLASCOTE. SCHOOL, BO.eD CONTiT.-YCsterday the triennial election of members of the School Board for the districts aof Bolehall, Glascote, and Eettlebrook took place. The e Board consists of five members, and nine can- 'didates were nominated, amongst Subscribers-only content

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    chairman gave his casting-vote in favour of the amend- ment. Tent Scieoor, BOARs.-The newly-elected School Board for the parish of Bolehall and Glascoto met fur the first time last evening. The Rev. Wm. MacGregor was elected chairman, and Mr. Wm. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Shawiclerk to the Guardians) on behalf of the Rural Sanitary Authority. The other public authorities opposing the scheme were the Bolehall ard Glascote School Board (represented by the Rev. V. MfacGregor, M.A.) and the WilnecoteBurial Board and School Board (represented Subscribers-only content

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    (inIHaluptonfin.Arden), iteriden, Nittiurst (iii HUnlipton- ihi-Ardleo, Great Packington. Little Pachingtogi, Soliahll. " In the Talls11ortrh Dirisiome: Amnleg:on, Ansticy, Baddc3key Ensor, Bolehall, Castle Hill, Dosthill, Glascote. Slcnttingtol, (G,-rsclsr, Kingselumy, liftieideisen Nawlol regis, Polesworth. Scek- isgite, Tamiworth, Vilnecote. And ales tle followieg Subscribers-only content

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    q5;years; ,hod.h relict of Janner Hathaway. trapsr, cf fewit reet, in thin town; deeply regrettled. On the 3rd inst., at Bolehall, Tamwerth, aged 43 year 3ary Carter Banmford fri. On thes Ist Inst., agied 30 yaras, Gearge Austin, oft deho Subscribers-only content

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    at Aston, a cost, the property of William Fisher; Thomas Bearett and Edward Johnson, to four months'sltto, for reosliog, at Bolehall and Glsscote, somo skirting cloth aud other articles, the property of Thomas Saadbrookl; Charles Wocdward was ordered to' bo Subscribers-only content

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    charge of infanticide appears agalinst Ann Lole, of Coventry; of wilfully killing and slaying a womian, against Elizabeth Blower, of Bolehall; of wilful murder, aanlast John Milward, of Birmingham; and of manslaughter, against Raney Cross and Daniel Cepson, of Warwisk.-With Subscribers-only content

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    or less' for several -months, proving in many instances fatal Two more deaths have occurred during the past week in Bolehall, a part 'of the same parish, and there are several severe cases of illness still existing. An enquiry into Subscribers-only content

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    that after examination the Comu- nittee reselved to recommend an alteration of the basis in the following instanecs :-Trrnsworth Union: Bolehall and Clr,.coto to be reduced from £8.747. to £g7,787. ; Wilnecots reduced fromu £7,41-4. to £4,974. Foleshill Union; Bed- Subscribers-only content

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