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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRMINGH AM POLICE COURT. I SATrultATA.-Before Sir T'he'sns cfartienau, Aldeirman Aeere, A7d.s-la- fanteoe, a wi .fMr. J. D. Goodman. A PAWNBaRoIKIT P1lAiSED.-Frederick Lonsdale (19), fruiterers' .sietarnt, Monument Road, was charged with stzealill a watch and chain, of the value Subscribers-only content

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    of the Sugar by the lanuI's is avoidkd. Sold wholeasle and retail, ill pockets at 11. and upws-eds hit Birniffighsasnby Elverton anld Burrill J. Simulttnu George Berrill George Sussithson Nutter Brsoltters, and Claik Ste'iess, Fosn:an, and Co. T. P. Cheg;sr Subscribers-only content

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    the notes of which are plainly audible in the town. The inmates at the Castle were soon astir, and William Elverton, footman, and the boy Powell were despatched into the town for the Fire Brigade, the engines, and assietance. At Subscribers-only content

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    CONCE4ALID 'WELLS. Yesterday morning an extixordinary accident occurred at the house of Mr. Robert Jones, phlimber tnt glazier, Breck Road, Elverton, Liverpool. lrs. .Jonos wvent into the back kitchen, when the floorilng suddenly gave way, and she wats nrecil)itated into Subscribers-only content

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    WARWICK TOWN COUNOIL. THE SANITARY STATE OF THE TOWN. An, important meeting of the Warwick Tofn Council was held in the Court House on Tuesday; Lieut.-Colonel Greenway (Mayor) presiding. A general district rate at 2s. in thei pound was Subscribers-only content

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    od ae- away with Bolton Wanderers and at hoso with Notts County-the Rovers would finish a point in Sfront of Elverton, supposing the latter to be succeessful in their final match with Buruley. The positions of the elubs up to Subscribers-only content

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    the restart, and Watt alIso put on two. Score-Scotland, 9 goals; Oxford and Cambridgs, 2 goals. EVur-ToN V. \Voavssr-AMrrrc WANDSREBS,-At Elverton. At the interval neither side had scored. on resuming, the game was better Contested, Play being evn G4eary first Subscribers-only content

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    but about fifteen minutes from the finish he failed at a shot which be ought easily to have saved, and Elverton scored the only ponat obtained in the match, thus winning by 1 goal to 0. SUNDERLAND V. SnErFssiD WEDNESDAY. Subscribers-only content

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    -YE WEFAY TpavEuEs'! ,Votbic Comforts ired. or Tender Feet Mike T=DSONsl pBY SOAP in the Foot-b3Lb. A ReA LurI.% T RY IT TO.NIGHT. * l * - 5 ANUSXMENTS. '73C OF WALES TIEATRE.E V Tel. Ad.,Theastrical. liroadtltreeL. Telephonie684. R Subscribers-only content

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    uigthe Wanderers atta-k-cd,hu 6 vertnpakd tsir ,oa The visitors were comlpletel? eoverolayed, hut thle graud defects kept their charge 3intact. Elverton only got away- cv-caeionaliy, a-nd corner 3 aftewr corner fellI to the Wanderers. Williams ftrought it Off some capital Subscribers-only content

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    V. CELTIO..-At Liverpool, these teams played a friendly gauss, before 15,000 spectators. 13oth Isides spored anl off -aids goal, but Elverton were the frirt to obtaIn a legitimate po~int, through Hartley, and led by this at the I nterval. The Subscribers-only content

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    Wakefield. he Same day, at Ashleigh, Liverpool, aged 57, DASIEL, last emrviving T son of JAa. BRADE, Esq., formerly of Elverton. as. Same day, aged 23 ELIZABETH. wife of Mr. JOHN WINWARD, of ned. Barnsley; and on the 27th nlt., Subscribers-only content

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    bMa'on.' Salme day, at the Independent chapel. Bartonl-upen01-H-umbor, Me cg.- .Llncoicshire. by the Rev. i. Wood, Mr. W. T: GtERRNWOOD, Elverton. wit ttte 6ear Livermiool. yautivet sne of Mir. R. Greetnwood, of Sprilnefiehld-C pl arton. DwbrtHARtlroKo, eldoet daughter of Mr Subscribers-only content

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    hair seating manufac,, Feb. 8. at 12, Riogston-upon.Hall J. Redfearn. glass bottle manufacturer, Feb. 2, at 1i, Liverpool A. Bainbridge Elverton, licensed vIctualler, Feb. 2, at 11, Liverpool J. Curlender, Liverpool, tobacconict, Feb. 2, at 11, Liverpool J. Knott, Denton, Subscribers-only content

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    Rev. Urban Smith, of Stoney Mlddleton, £100; the Rev. I. H. Metcalfe, son of the late Rev. w. Metcalfe, of Elverton, near Bawtrgy. £100; Mr. E. S. Harland, son of the late Dr. Harland, of Soar- borough, £100; Mr. Arthur Subscribers-only content

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    elub at Piverton, where there Iwere 10,000 spectators. On form the match appeared a certainty for the Birmingham men, but Elverton playred a splendid game, and, scoring once in each half, defeated i AStoD Villa by two goals to none. Subscribers-only content

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    aptly as children who can hear. Mr. T. W. Woodhouse. hon. secretary of the Bind- ford Dolphins, writes-" We play Elverton in Engisch W.-P.C. at Bradford on Tuesday, June 12th. Olur ij record in the Yorkshire League so far is-Played Subscribers-only content

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    talt en; 12 to I trgainit Capuchine, taken; 40 to 1 againstt Mlarchioneso, taken and offered. Czetitowtveri-2t1 to I against Elverton, taleis; 20 to I gai tint Seytitiaii, tmilen; 33 to 1 uaririst lMottiner (by Alartn), taken; 40 to I Subscribers-only content

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    Dove, Evans, for Londonderry. [BY MAGNRTIC TELEG11APH.] Arrived at Dublio, on the Ist inst., the Arbutus, from St. John's; the Elverton, from Alexandria; the Bernrrd, from Woodbridge; the Espero, fromu Taganrog; the Vic- toria, from Callao; the Sea Witch, from Subscribers-only content

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    2rid xi.; Sulfolk v. Cnllingtree; Richmond Reserves v. Springvilla; RoclIview v. Whitewell; Belfast Athletic 2nd xi. v. Brookvale; Kiltonga, v. Elverton; IHazletonm v. BotaNic 2nd xi.; Distillery 2nd xi. v. Oldparic 2nd xi.; Ulidia v. Beechmount; Downshire v. Botanic; Granville Subscribers-only content

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