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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    u e1 mesuesres as 'as hope will answeer the esod designed. ]Ii Surcinic. On Wednosda~~~ last, the inhabitants of 0e Aycliff till, in the towenlship ef Iforton, we-re, thriown into a t o is s~tats of groat exciteniiesst in conisequence Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fAsrtuso being inteesecetu iy lt'h/s bioti rtuad luodlisug front Citturick Bridtge to tIei Bridge. T Th Whitisoitv otisttto adjohin ttse Aycliff' Staticu of the I Stlo toti iaind Dariiiugtoni l walhvssy issthe sest, extenduing tonm thleutee tooto o iehcatfmist tstilty Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the charge of having, Oel Tuesday night, at the Blue Lion Inn, Manchester-road, Bradford, robbed George Thornton, labourer, of Aycliff Rill, Little Hleton, of three sovereigns and a small sum in silver coin. The prosecutor stated that lie had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    workig jeweller. June 29, at 11, Brighton T. Pege, Brauneton, ehoe3aker, June 28, at 3, Oakharn D. Weud, nel., Great Aycliff, butcher, July 2. at 11, Darlington W. Ellnde, Keclweth, butchler, June 27, at 10, Warwick BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED. B. Barnett, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    working jeweller. June 29, at 11, Bfight'1 T. Page, BrauDeton, shoemaker, J-'ne 23, at 3, Oathamu D. Wood, ser., Great Aycliff, butcher. July 2. at 11, Darlingtoa W. Hinde, Keilworth, butcher, Juce '7, at 10, WVarwick BANlKRUPTOIES ANNULLVD. B. Barnett, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HUNTING APPOIENT& FOX.HoUN OuM BA.DS T . ... B £DALL' .We , ,c RM ........ Friday, A:-3 1O. 5wrbyby Eatr, Apr 2. R I ........-, Ra Muon., Aorl. ANHai Thirsk .... "I Wed., April 4.B .Scto a ...... Friday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A led in Mir. J. Pearson, Sirs. Gr~aves,. Mir-Addison, Air. Bourme, Mr. will id for Jones, the Misses Bells, Mir. Aycliff, Miss Sanford, Mr. Oiler- irches henshaw, Mir. Crich, Mr. Wright, Mr. Littlewood, Mry. and Mrs. (in- Malsdarie, Mr. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LIVELY PROCEEDINGS AT AYCLIFFE. At Darlington County Police Court yesterday si_ summonses were returnable against Liiy Peara, Margaret Bellanby, and Isabella Burn- sides, women, and John Lax, Edward Dixon, and Fred R. Bell, boys, all living at Aycliff?] for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A.t-rx iiigaged on the Tyne, Wear, and al Marquis of Salisbury and the Home Score " lav. int_rfen*d in the Aycliff" School dis i. A public enquiry is to be held shortly, a Efa both sides in tl.e dispute will Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to be, in every sense of the term, a red-letter day for the resident- of Ayclitfe. The opening ol the Aycliff. Diamond Jubilee Schools is to be ce.ebr.ted. Tj_o painful and dcpioi.blo ch-cumstai'.oo. which necessitated the inauguration of the new Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    un- opposed:-HartlepooL-*Ed. Nixoy and "John Hunter. Groatham.- W. Glass, Wingate. Toes- dale-*W. T. Scarth, Staindrop. Barnard Castle. - *Lord Barnard. Aycliff e. - "J. Feetham. Dar- lington. Eldon.- A. Wood, Biahop Auckland. Eslu- *M. A. Leadbetter-Smith, Durham. Con- sett- *G. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ELEOTIONOF GUA-JDIANS. j MIDDLESBROUGH UNION. On Wednesday evening Mr James Dent, the Returning Officer, made known the result of the election of Guardians for the Middlesbrough Union, as follows : - Mipdl-SSbo'WOH. - . Elected : Watson, George, 1,727.; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    held an in- quest on the body of an itinerant scissor grinder named Christopher Hawman. aged 68, belong, ing to Aycliff, who died suddenly on Monday morning. - From the evidence of his companion, Carson, it appeared that deceased was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OF BIRTHS AT AYCLIFF. At the Darlington Police Court yesterday afternoon Laidman Davison, moulder, Harro- gate, v.as summoned for wilfully giving false information concerning the birth of one A'iolet Isabella Cooper or Davison. Defendant pleaded guilty.- Mr T. M. Barron Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A^nes 8, Bridlington; Em- press of India, Woodbridge ; Moneta, Whitstable ; Vane Tempest s, London. "GAZETTE" SPECIAL, REPORTS MIDDLESBROUGH. Aycliff s, Pawson, left Ganila Caileby for Snnds- vall to-day. Hogg and Henderson. Middlesbrough s, Judd, arrived at Gamla Corleby Subscribers-only content

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    light. Sailings, August 6.- Diana, Luckley, Middles- brough, light ; Rcska, Nielsen, Middlesbrough, light. " GAZETTE" SPECIAL REPORTS. MIDDLESBKO UGH Aycliff s, Pawson, arrived at Bilbao from Bordeaux yesterday. Hogg and Henderson. Erimus s, Borrow, left Grangemouth for Dieppe to- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    s, Nash, Hamburg, g ; Katrina de Boer, Peat, Sunderland, b; Johanna, Peters, Mariensiel, b; John, Brann, Drammen, props ; Aycliff g, Fawcett, Houdeur, b ; Columbus, - , - . Sailings, October B.- Killingworth s, Holden, London, c ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jarvis, Dordt, b ; (10> Milo s. Baker, London, b ; Kiga s, Paltzer, An- twerp, b. Aerivals, October 9.- Aycliff 3, Fawcctt, Mid- dlesbrough, b ; Emilia, Chri'sttusen, Slromatadt, c ; Wetherby a, Lewis, London, b ; Georgia 3, Subscribers-only content

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    v^?c SHIPPING CASUALTIES. ILLOXDS TELEGRAM*.* The Russian troopship Kmtroma and the Auseriat Lloyd steamer Mars, fr.im Galat... have collide! noar Constantinople. The 'ormar whs very badly daraagod, and the latter beached at Yenikeni.' TIME OP HIGH WAI tiK TO-DAY. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; Layos, £22 5/-. Hemp firm ; Manilla current, 62 - to 63/-. MIDDLESBRO' IMPORTS AND EXPORTS IMPORTS.- Fsa 28. Aycliff ■>, Hogg, Bilbao, 2,130 tons iron ore. Wivenhoe, Main, Bilbao, 1,147 tons iron ore. Dauehill, Warminger, Bilbao, 1,150 tons Subscribers-only content

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