Gas Stoves substituted for coal fires in the Church, not promising as to result.
New Hymns introduced, not much improvement on the old.
Plans out for Water Works neither with our leave or by it; such the presumption of Birmingham!
Sale of Carriages at Four Oaks.
A square red house built by a Rev P Hill of St Andrews, Birmingham, next Tudor Lodge met my eyes! Milton House!! Absurd.
Fresh course of readings finished, 150 said to be tawdary (?), see May.
Meeting to cnsider the Water Works Scheme.
The Hotel Company bought Genders' property including shop and newly erected refreshment rooms, giving £1400 - all to be pulled down - there is such a thing as "paying dear for a wistle", see pg 56.
Mr Hughes bought Marshall's house where his brother Joseph lived.
Brunswick Terrace - stuck up - what next?
Newscutting about the railway tunnel under the Severn.
Baptist's Oratorio (how useful the Town Hall)
£132 said to be taken by admission to the Park this year.
Christmas Card of a bird "With Emily's love to the Sisterhood" Dunstall.
Miss Bodington's tea party in the Town Hall.
200 met, enjoying their evening and hearing testimony to the Catholic spirit with which the sisters deveote themselves for the good of others, and of their influence for good.
Two Glastonbury chairs placed within the altar rails by Lady Hartopp (Four Oaks void) in the Church