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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICoT LICENSING MEETINGS. ,- . }KIDDERMINSTER, The annaul hlensing business for the Kiddermlnster i division was trjnnaotetdyAterday at the Countypolice ,I Court, beo~re Mayor TrA ordl, Messrs. J. Brinton, MY., a and B. Woodward.-Supt. Wheeler presented a report -showing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NORTH WARWICKSHIRE ELECTION. THE POLLING. The election of a member of rarliamnent for North Warwiekshire in the place of the late Mr. Blromley- Davenport took place yesterday, and, although, owing to the ballot, it was carried on in tho Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE NEW POLLING DISTRICTS IN NORTH AND SOUTH WARWICKSHIRE. The following is a list of the new polling districts in the I Northern and Southern divisions of Warwickshire, sanc q tioned by the Court of Quarter Sessions at Warwick, Subscribers-only content

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    FUJBLI(J AMIUSEHiENTB. TREATRE ROYAL, BIRBIINGHAMI. EUgagment of the famous Traglo Aotwr. DMR. BARRY SIULLIVAN, 'The leadig legwitirto Actor of the British Stags' (TiF'e. Acom~npaniedO by Mc. J. P. CATHICARcT. And ffepsortvd by Ailm JUT GET DElIBOiOUGHI, 'UL'S (iatsuolay)i I~l'e.i~TI, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS. WOLVERIIAMPTON. Tnz D)noIAoiwT0oNAL CoNTRovuas1.-aiWe e&lively controversy is going on in Wolverhampton, upon the public walls, respecting the proposed payment by the School Board of this town, of fees to denominational schools. Up to a few days ago Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NOR33TH WAiRWWIKSHIRE ELEOTION. mE POLLING. The election of two members to represent the Northern Division of the county of Warwick in the eaew Parliament took place yesterday; the candidates being Mr. George Frederick Mlunta (Liberal), and. Diessrs. !l. N. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBI1C AMIUSEMENTS. "JOAN, fri OR,. LIP E I' THE BLACK COUNTRY." joan ..................... Miss ItosE~ LzoiLrC (Hac original chearactorl. Box O moo, from 11 tIl 3. Doors opeen at 7 (Efxtra cinors 0.311): cOm~iCC"OnO at 7.30. Len.t igt of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WARWICKSHIRE ASSIZES. The Warwickshire Summer Assizes wvers opened yester- day, at the Shire Hall, Warwick, before Mr. Justice Day. THE GRAND JURY. Tne following gentlemen composed the Grand Jury:- Messrs, Darwin Galton (foreman), Claverdon; James Cove Jones, Loxley; William Subscribers-only content

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    CORRESPONDENCE. Norroes ro rOR11W3P0,YDF.1JSW.-A11lcaees iJn1Miowj pu~tt ciiels 1Sf r be ezollr~palsfl' b Ue t'L' uaandrcdr;,, oftL, sor~l te lfot rk:sflrY for pssichaitLOln beet [aor ULCs ;torwxt of tJae Editor. fl.he~s aasui1r tb q1uutiosls arc set' uieA> 1n s couerse Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -- ~. .0 DISTRICT NEWS. - STRATFORD-ON-AVON. Tn~oYCOLnunx.-Sir James Poole, cx-llfayor Of Ste Liverpool, distribulted- the prizes at Trinity College On the Tuesday night. Sipeaking on the subject of edueoationi, andth the progress which had. been made durino the Subscribers-only content

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    L tO CAL GOVERb~ENT ~~ A R S AOT.1 - ode of carrylng out'the A inc arlnVwlckshiro;5`s id 1 by thesCominmsnitt of Quarter Sesaions. - - - 1' SitP8TOZN-ON-STOU!' UrIor.-This union containsg I 21P arishes in Warwickshire, 13 in Subscribers-only content

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    Lug AL GOV-ER-NMENT ENQ~iRY AT E:ING'~S 1EIXE.Tr Mir. eJohn Tisorohill Harrison, ;E., inspector under thejI IL ocal Government Board, held an enquirv~yesterdaymorn- Iing at the Cross Guls. King's Hea th, roapectinaz anaspplica- t Ition tO borrowv twro sulms, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE COUNTY COUNCMS. QUALIFICATION FOR ELECTION. F. The folloliving letter baa been received by Mr. John A~ LodofLancaster House, Envoy, from the Local Govern- P monct Badeplnnsteostion. of owners of property IV who are on thexPrimetr regse:- tK '.Local Subscribers-only content

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    A, MlUSEMENTS. HEATRE ROYAL, BIRI\IING7TAM. This EvsXn'on and During the Wreck, a, 7.33, Mr. aMs R MEF1ORD AND COMPANY, in the Now Successful Drama. "FLYInG FROM JUSTICE." BosONDA1 Oc Nrr, Mr. OSEXOND TEARLE AND COMPANY. Box 015c open daily Subscribers-only content

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    YACBINTKY, TOOLS, te- curLd). TE.-One steel Garnish. Z~ft. by 6fiR. two double-fined. soft.! jetyWu one 25ft by 6ftL 6!n.. goad ..ondsnom mod cheap-_- 1;ntcdffe anid Sons, Idbawarden Ironwork:s, Chester. 167 frSl;latest imaprovements.Csordfre pcM1=Gold muedal awarded, Eugines working in Birmoing-. Subscribers-only content

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    COUNTY QUARTER SESSIONS. WARWICKSHIRE. Thb general Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the wet -ere. held at the Shire Hall, at Warvick, yester- 7.. 'Mr. J. S'. )ugdale, Q.C-, 2M.P., presided ; and w-eree aiso present lMr. W . Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS. WEST BROhmICH ArssCsn UYNIAL-WU WO soG,-Yesterday after- ths noon, at the Borough Police Court-before Messrs. I Garr-t.t, Lawley, and Manley-Mary Ann MebTye (33, 2 of Overend Street, was charged with unlawfully I wounding Lavinia Gettinalsoof Overend Street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AIREDALE COLLEGE CHAPEL SUNDAY ASCHOOL.-The ANNUAL SERtVICIFk in connexion with the above Institution 'Will take place On Slinayf~, the Eightemrstlr Day of Mayp, 18145, in AinicDALIM COLLEGE CHAPSL; on Which occasion Two Sermons will be preached by The Rev. Subscribers-only content

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    MARRIAGE OF MISS FLORENCE WATSON, OF MOOR-ALLERTON. At Moortown Parish Church yesterday afternoon, Miss Florence Watsrn, secand daughter ot .Mr. Georga Wataon, of Donisthorpe House, Moor-Allerton, Leeds, was married to Mr. John Till, of Burton Hastings, Nuneaton, Warwickahire. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CITY AND COUNTY NEWS. Captain and Mrs. St. George Denis Daly have returned to Over Norton House from Ireland. Miss Iris Brassey, youngest daughter of Mr. Al- bert Bramsey, MI.P., was presented at the Queen's Drawing Room on Wednesday Subscribers-only content

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