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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dividing the parish into two wards-one for Wigginton town- ship and the other for the places of Hopwas, Coton, and Alders, for the election of parish councillors. At a. former vestry meeting it wvas resolved not to divide the parish, Subscribers-only content

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    - ENJOYED BY YOUNG nD OLD. BIRD'S -CUSTARD POWDER ppGopIDESNOT OYLY DELICIOUS CUSTARD, BU2.TAI r5,DLRS2S VYA ETS OF DELIGHTFUL DAINTY NrO EGGS! NO TROUBLE i AMUSEMENTS. T HEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM T Telegraphic address " Pylades," Diem. Telephone 1195.- TO0NIRaT, Subscribers-only content

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    ENJOYlMD BY YOUNG A1D OLD. B"IRD'S CUSTARD POWDER pROVMIDS NOT ONLY DELICIOUS CUSTArD, B£. LYVDLESS VARIETY OF DELIGRTFUL DAINTY DISHES. NO EGGS ! NO TROUBLE! AMUSEMEN~TS JHEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINLGHAM,1 TTelegraphic address ' Paladin." Ritr. Telephonie1195. THE ROYAL CARL ROSA Subscribers-only content

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    THlE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. ' 0 a; I POLLING IN BIRMINGHAM. There were six contests at this year's municipal elections, the other twelve wards returning their sitting members-Unionists in every case-without opposition. Four retiring conuncillors who offered themselves for re-election Subscribers-only content

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    road, and on the farther side of the stream many acres of meadows are flooded. Below the town is the Alders Weir, belonging to a paper mills. and this the Corporation are hoping to obtain power to cut through. When Subscribers-only content

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    BACH & BARKER. THE BIRMINGHAM MlOuRiiN IN-\G A ND FUNIEIRAL WAlltE FIUSE, q2. NEW STREET. E11VFRY REQUISITE FOR LA~a~moUHNLNG. AUNTLES, MILLINE thY, COSTUMES, A5 D DRESSIAMLNO EUZNEIIA.LS COMPLETELY PURNtiSHED- TfELUPRONE. 2.o. 571. 20 SALES BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. A~,NTIQ-U-E- FU-R2NITU Subscribers-only content

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    E'A:R S SOAP -AKERS .;!'EClA;IAL AP o£Vl'.AIB.T TO flfl MAJES 7 * AND lHIS ROYAL IlIGHNESS T.E P- R 0CE O W GALES. AMI4US I2,6EMXT S. rIZEATRE, ROYAL, BIRMIINGHAbl. adress PsryIades. Blirsz." Telephone 1195. To-NYOiIT, at 7.33, MR. EDWVARD Subscribers-only content

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    ISPORTING NEWS. RACINGY NOTES. Visitors to Manchester to-day were favoured with .weather of a delightfully pleasant character, and smsm fairly interesting sport was witnessed. The rare which c303ed thia evenimg has obtained eight eritris, so that another. fair day's Subscribers-only content

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    "1WAN 7TED CLrASS OF ADYERTISEMENfl., PREPAM) RATES sop!y to tbo ioliolsing Gloosse 02 Aftertise ments., In the -dnlw"cn of o~i rinde addurrs$O ' SntVAnOcrS 'Vno-oSTy. ooesto GAOOA.Go, EoC. Hortoe -n 'o he-c on SA LE. I LEI's.0.0 (O.- 16Wrs Subscribers-only content

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    SF0 WIING X'EWR.L ro a o &Jitoro/ Post.-Sir,-After the1| To (h . aged throughout Sunday, lb -nsh a g Wbihcrise to find bhe weather fine on the a comlcome Of tho fiat-racing season at Lincoln, and c ity ; Subscribers-only content

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    Kiddermtinster; J. 1,h~elsus Iures Bd. ipon:n. aier, Plalesosnea Road, 'othe Fre.Walsall Road. Coarnoele. SI) LIN. -STAMTERS to BOR1%DEAUX, LI, r.~t~ Alders. talralt, Alsaundria, Cairn, tire Holy Land, t "' and Sleek Sea I'17Ln.S. & oitesuo~rtoz for passengers, first and senond Subscribers-only content

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    110= AND STOCK MARKETS. 33xx Or ExmGmAS RAtE (FZB rVAuY 22? 1891) 2 rsxt CEST- COxSOLSSSTrLiN, DAY ....................... ov rSEras 6. FOniXSIG LY STLiNG DAYS ...........A..T . OCT. 14, 15, 16 (FnoM OUR CITY COBEsPoNrDET-V.l LoSDo.N. Tuesday. The Money Subscribers-only content

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    The second n part, in addiiion to Dar, Lena, consisted of tho histers d Paris. the Tiller Troupe, Drew and Alders, and Arthur *3 Reece, all of more than average merit in their several ,l lines of -husineesi.' The Gaiety Subscribers-only content

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    Wolaelev Mall: Mr. T. J. Levet, Widhnor Hall, Buetet-on-Trent; Mr. John Allcin, of Bonehill, FazeAl igs td Mr. John Shiw, Alders Eoute, tatffiOrth. nhe Sets forsh that : the petitioners were persons wlvwo had a right to vote; ' that Subscribers-only content

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    as though for Hopwas, hut being headed he went 'nack by tho keeper's house, through the Birmingham Piece and the Alders, and was -illed near Sherrail-an old dog-fox-after a good twetly minutes. APPOII-T EEINTS. Ansnrrorox (at 11.-Thursday, March 22, Knightlet Subscribers-only content

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    Wednesda~y. April 4. AEY.-TO-sNMEr,L730, HARRY TATElinhi G mm~ricskech." Cnte~rof Court"; Dan Thomaa, The- sr; ,and Heft, 'The Quas-es, Drew land Alders, Grant and Ad': .ehnA>-ndrau Cmpay, n Troubles ot aTonat.s Us ELX -EVESZNUG AT BIG9T. THURSDAYS AT TERREEE A-ND EIGHT.C Subscribers-only content

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    Contemupt of Court"; Dan Thomias, The F.-~-qeooe, Ernest ifoarheote, Charlie Dillon, Three SistersSprightly. Fdorrigan and Bolt, I'he quavers. Drew and Alders, Grant and Ai-n;. -lon Alexander aeti Company. -I0 "Troubles, of a Tourist:` TO-NIGHT AT EIGHT. THURSDAY AT THREE ANDOEIGHT. Subscribers-only content

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    of Cort"- Dan Thosam, The rr~iF.qinu. lfrnt iEi heote. Charlie ~Dillon, ThreeSisters Sprighdly. Earrigasi sced SIolt, 'The Quavers. Drew and Alders, C-rant and Aile.; Jobn. Alexander and Compansy. in "Troubles of a Taurist.' XPR F; rALAGE.-To-NIGET, at 7.30.- EtCIE--!dEE AND Subscribers-only content

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    sketch, "Contempt of Court'c; Dan Thomaa. The piy-5n.;rrnest BHesteoco, Charlie Dilloc, ThreeSitersiSpzghtly. Rca-nos ard I ols The Qnnyczrs, Drew and Alders, Grant and >1Js. John Alexander and Com pany, in "Trombles of a Tocrist." LAFST SI DAYS, CLOSING APRIL 12. Subscribers-only content

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    Couart'; Dan Thomas, Ph-c yr.as renes ifeathe-eta. Charlie Dlloe. Threetdisterspe '~g B H L r5 ic, T7he Qjuavers, Drew and Alders, Irzan: and Alt 4 Io lmemander enod Cuosciny. in "Yroubles of a Toarist.'- EM-PI RE PALACE. -To-xixonz, at 7.30.- Subscribers-only content

 

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