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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .57-LP ~f~ g pciusenrsiO il.large an oh8 di~~hjb~teea jentie, dry ancnnoiu clao .nn SreLeile.-Well-huill, House, contann - il to sttig roms three charnbers kc-Ol: n K - 110 rn Vile.ooatsint5 two Sstlu (.1urcolesian, Iliuss Aant, 2 , Canno street. Subscribers-only content

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    ADDEESSS E. THE NATIONAL PROVINCIAL SUIPPLY ASSOCIATION la the BEST HOUSE in the MIDLAND COUNTIES for GOODS iW %ny of the following Departments, an- thi uitoea oharged, in all cases, are only a mere commission on those of the Subscribers-only content

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    was a feeling that, now the School Board's work had attained Isunoh dimensions, and the Corporation had a school at Shustoke, 'such an institution as that in Penn Street was not so much needed as it used to be. That Subscribers-only content

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    100, Pershoreo Roa~d. e9710 URSB or Housemaid.-Wanted by a respeotabie Young Person, Situation. Age 26. Ggor character.-Address, M. A. opec, Shustoke, nearOolcshill. ' 9 1 URSE (respectable) Wanted, to take entire charge of a laby OE and.olean uursery.-Mra, Roebuck, RoyalI Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    larsess Horses. i By r ermiseion of tio Mhidland Railway, the train leaving Birming- t bam at 11.5 will call Shustoke on, the day of Sale. I Cataloguas may be obtained of . 136' - LYTHALTL k MANSELLB Auctiorners. CAVE'S, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    w ,nd charged with a. similar offence, and was discharged with a th ul, caution. He was now sent to Shustoke Industrial School al until he shall attain the age of sisteen. so . A Quicc iETBRN T0 CnoJ3.-Samucl Grant, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from the trustees of the late W. S. Degdle, Esq., of the fishing and boating rights in the reservoirs at Shustoke and Whitacre, and have now under consideration a scheme for the letting of the fishing in such a manner Subscribers-only content

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    thI' a a letter I have just received. A fe . enclctie, T. Middlemore made l o W oVecks sic Shustoke Industrial eSehool (of whch ir mitte0;, take fifteen of the boys to Canada. The ler a cordially accepted, nnd Subscribers-only content

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    _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ -s Pf~'1L1IRoiPEITII60.'!Ob Sold leY Auet oti -,1 1rYWvHOLLISe at the Plocnigh Inn, Shustoke, on JB wipNESDAtY: depteinber & 1151 'at 4 for 5 rnolock in lbs ietornon.sec cbjeet to coendetione then tobTe Subscribers-only content

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    PUBLIC AMSINT. TETEROYAL, m~e~ TI T.1gaemeent for Three N~ights Only ofthe EmCme partit AugL _utILLA PATEMAN and her Specially SelectEd CopaY u TO-N Ito[IT at 7230. MPt. J. Bi. BUORSTONE'S DRAMA, "THE GREEN BUSHES," 1m......... ....... ..t.... ... Beoxes.A Subscribers-only content

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    town. Another com- mittee are the governors of an Industrial School for the city, accommodating 150 boys, and located at Shustoke ; and the Borough Lunatic Asylum at Winson Green is also under the care of a separate committee. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    voirs of the Water Department for the year 1888 amounted to £191. 2s., viz. :-8 at £5. 5s. (Whitacre and Shustoke), £42. * 31 at £2. 2s. (Lower Witton), £65. 2s.; 30 at LL Is. (Middle and tipper Witton) £31 Subscribers-only content

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    by kingfishers, but they have disappeared, and I am told that they are netted by the Birmingham Corporation at the Shustoke Reservoir, where as mas:y as twventy-two were caught about two vears ago for tie sake of a few fisl. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not attempted to n-lute the chare of having wantonly & stroyed tiles- beautiful hir (twenty-two in one summer) at their Shustoke reservoir a nd to add to this enormity it seems that they allow scsheduled birds to be exhibited fuir Subscribers-only content

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    WANED"GLAS o ADFEITISEAFEN TS. For cerasesiee inser.ix~ts of tiw elassos of Small Adlveimicecent, ;'ItKIar ! eow hr,, fIlwilug alre the yrrepaid elrarges. wIihic newjt t.- rlilj~ ill pcatai ouLer, lii all cases the Adla-ass to cunted 3? Wcrr ,x, Subscribers-only content

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    District Agent, ell Vyse Street. (-IIJARITY COMMIMISSILON-In the Matter of the I tiCLStITY of TILiUtUS llLU'NTIUCI1, in the parish of Shustoke. in the cou!ti of siWarwick; wid in the Mutter ol the - Chiritable Trusts Actst kta to 1337. The Subscribers-only content

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    A very deafrable 1tnnsfl FREEHOLD COENTOIY CO'f'VACIR RESIDE2iCE.lcnown as SHUSTORE COTTAGE," situate nros? to tIm Green, in lbs villoge of' Shustoke. useS about tan minutes' walk from Whitocre JiSfliItiOU Railway Slatiorm, with Lawn in front and well-planted Front and if'iti2ben Subscribers-only content

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    P UBLIC AMUSEMENTS THEATRE RXt 1lMNHM MR II l: 1>- WIFLL:1WS i'i LUA ('LIS1PANY. F )iIt1I NCUE(1F'l'~~l T11EATRE, .tt. ~ ~ ~ ~~1I, MILL:ET. V l' 5' I stll' oF~l TITF .30 \liIA NGIG TS~," 7.30 N'''Vt\L'~ l'. *x Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Station, Lox 13-SHUSTOK VILLAGE-A very desirable SMall FREEHOLD COUNTRY COTTAGE RESIDENCE, known as " SHUSTOKE COTTAGE," situste near to the Green, in the village of Shustoke, and shout ten minutes' walk from Whitacre Junction Railway Station, with Lawn, in front Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from 1870, at a ground rent of £14, Low 2&-SHUSTOKE VILLAGE-A very deeimabli Small PREEHOLD COUII'IRY COTTAGE RESIDENCE, known as SHUSTOKE COTTAGE,' eltuats near to the Green. in tho village of Shuetolee, and about ten minutes' walk from Wlsitacre Junction Subscribers-only content

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