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1900 - 1949
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Birmingham Daily Post

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THE RESULT OF ARGUING WITH A SPANIARD

... a Spaniard? Yes.-Could be speak English? No. (Laughtor.)-And yet you were argu.ing? ,Yea-Wie a man who could not speak English? Can you speak Spanish? No.-His Ilonour: But how could you argue with a roan if you did not speak the same langluage? Well, ...

THE VICAR'S DIVORCE CASE

... window6ns in Febru- ary7. 1896. Thbe school dance was on February 24, 189'?. Mr.- Mfintoft Was net there. She 'was not en; speaking terms with him then. She certainly did not go to the study at nil that night.I Had youf become at-tached to Mrs. Young? We ...

INQUESTS IN BIRMINGHAM

... her father's house until about three weeks ago. She then left his house, and he had only seen her once since, but did not speak to her, as she was the worse for drink She was a woman of intemperate habits, and had left her homeon previous occasions. ...

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT

... complainant saw defendant, who had been calling on his young lady, as he thought, come from speaking to a man known as a notorious burglar. HIe accused him of speaking to him, and, on complainant denying it, struck him a violent blow, felling him to the grcund ...

THE HOSPITALS ENQUIRY

... town and working to Orange River Colony. So far from hearing any complaints from any of the hospitais, it was impossible io speak too highly, not only of the equipment, but of the general attention which was bestowred on the spanent. IThe patients expressed ...

THE CLERICAL DIVORCE SUIT

... 'Burton. After that she noticed that Miss Burton did not visit the vicarage when Mrs. Young was there. She had seen Mr. Young speak to Miss Burton outside the vicarage. In July, 1897. she went on her holiday. When she returned, Esh noticed the panels ofpne ...

CHARGE OF DEFRAUDING AN ACTRESS

... showed signs of returntingqconsciousness. Dr. Crew had been communicated with, but by the time of his arrival each was able to speak, though still in a help- less state. Subsequently, they were removed tem- porarily to the workhouse infitnary at. West Brom- ...

THE ARMY HOSPITAL SCANDALS

... Africa.. The fuller reports- of Mr. Ba .dott-Coutts's t sneech empia-sise the extreme seriousness of his allega- tioni.- Speaking of the condition of the stationary hospital r: outside Bloemfdontein, Mr. Burdectt-Ccutt~s said chat he saw a remarekable ...

BIRMINGHAM SUMMER ASSIZES

... intentson of prejudging, and said hae was only speaking for the rouidance of counsel in theizr conduct of the ?? eadition to the witnesses directly con- nected with the action, several gentlemen were called to speak as to the vuzc in among neosapacers in refer- ...

DISTRICT NEWS

... in December last. Joseph Harvey, coal dealer, Morfital Lane, was charged with receiving two loads from Gray; and Abednero Speake, coal dealer, BilstonStreet. wvith receiving three ?? prosecntor stated that he lad employed the prisouer Gray to draw coal ...

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT

... clerk to turn out their pockiets i the presence of the inspector. The otber clerk expressesd his wilingness to do ?? asked to speak to prosecutor in private, and subsequentlyv Mr. N;seala statedt that Gordon had confessed to the theft, and handed over the ...

STRANGE DEATH OF A MAN AT OLDBURY

... ]ater the deceased came up with his forehead bleeding badly, and said, Look what a fellow has done to me.: While he was speaking the prisoner canme rushing pst. them, pursued by several men, and they all disappeared in the direction of Park Lane Ironworks-By ...