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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WA.NTLD " CLAss of ADVLMESEX-NTS. For consecufiee i rscos of tire classe- of sraiUl Advertisemet ba aiel eoir tise follOwui are tho7e pqoad chargtz which mutb adin postaL notes, In all erases ,U A.ddresb is cmoano as extra: i1to2Wos Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ' WASTED" CLASS3 of ADV7ERTISEMENTS. lor cos=sctfse insertions of1 thes classes of small Adeertisemenre pas-ticularlsed be'low the following are the prenaid enarges, which must be paid in postal notes.L laali cases the Addlress is countted af Wotrdsonc * d. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Oo~s ARRIAGES. &C., FIOR SALE (contd.) Parrot, with criMson tad. -Nn?'rim mxt~hFEJ C-esAfoc be lod astray with a parcel Of noi- Nohig hibr wil bsetfor IL-. 66.. and if not, as 5--italL- h-Pes "Vsh~d I od eatisaaCterY on reepmnyrtre. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    every week. Two regiments undor orders for Mediterranean stations will carry magazine rifles ont with them. All the troops at Alders hot are supplied with the weapon, and by next year the arming of the English forces in India wtill Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    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

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRTES, MREIAGIS, AND DEATH& A etarge o0fx S- nOG, Pmepaid, s, modelor kU a- ¶.Xw not ereedieW twoey word& Fer eeryi wosor8 ae (tfsf Sixpaei eetra. Postal niotes ruat tb remirmt si- . AennouneWW must be GaW tweGud by Subscribers-only content

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    WORTH. Tws CASE o' DsFowrsnn-Mr. Topham (deputy coroner) held an inquest yesterday on the body of William Welbourne, engineer, of Alders, whose body vas found in the River Tarne n Saturdav. it was stated that the. deceased was in Tamwvorth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to preideab the annual dinner of the Royalsp i I fr Incurabhes, on Wednesday, May 18, at the Albion 2avezn, Alders. gate Street. ILord Henniker, who isvea spnible in the House of Peers for matters re.a ing to. the Local Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWS OF THE DAY. AU%~ 0 art~~~~~A Be it- AND JOURNAL. SATURDAY, MLY121,, * Itax Wwrn ]1OBXCA5T. - «O ~-nterE braes, fIato tewderate ;colder, sowe swolers, thtcinkrva. To-Day's POST consis of TWO SH.ETS, of Eighty-Fottr Columns. i The HouSe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    egd to be take £15. as - compensation. This was -agreed to.- ed A letter was read from Messrs. Marsden, Alders Mills, D, that, instead of their narninq a priceaat which they -would ,d, sell their weirs and the rights Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (12 yards); 3, W. H. Ballus, Vidderminster ariers (7 yardse Time, 11 4-5sem-220 yards hurdle handicap open). 1, F. Sayce, Alders C.C. (7 yard); 2 G. Ramrel (6 yards): 3, J. Wade lscratch). Time, 28sec-22M yards hurdle handicap (local): 1, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GAZoTTM-Docnz 32. it THE BANRUPTCY ACTS 13 AND SOt y RECEIVING ORDERS. y JOHN LEwS ELLIS, trading as J. L Ellis and Go., ,t Loudoun Square and Mount Stuart Square, both Cardiff, o shipbroker. d WVMLLAM Wrnxms, Neyland, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J S. GREENBERG & Co. showV THE LARGEST STOCK OF PRESENTATION !qARBLE CLOCKS AND BRONZES-t i THE PROWNCiES, AT 126, GREATH AXPTOS- STPEBT, BIRMINGHAM.G Teie.rams, "Greenberg. Birmingham." Telephone No. 4,211. CADBTRY'S CocoA. I of 'Te Tianufacture. Abr1unz b urn Subscribers-only content

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    COLEMAN' - WIN CARNIS. Or MIEBIG'S EXTRACT OF 3EAT A-D NALT WME, IS TI1Z YINEST TON-1C IN TIHE wOLD. Over 2,00 Testioniods bave been received from Medical Men, i si;x Gold Medals and One Silver Medal have been awarded. Subscribers-only content

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    FILL YOtUJR PIPE W II S NAVY CUT. I BEAYTIULLY COOL AND SWEET SMOK G. AsE AT ALL TOBACCO SELLERS, STOR.ES &, AAnD TAKE NO OTHER. "IfoO jjCE INSAYNTLY TOUCHES, rzn siP'O Afflicted with :\eu~ralgia. l umbac j. Paralysis. Subscribers-only content

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    ISPORTING NEWS RACING NOTES. After the poor snort witneesed at Warwick and floncaster, it was a pleasure to assist at ilempton to-day, for the racing tmrned~ out of anl interesting chasacter. Black Duck won the Kemptdn Hurdle Handicap, for Subscribers-only content

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    W~eeks, '1iskitiogLISBON, Tangier, Pa~lnia, Nice, Leghorn, lalermno, Tseriia, itorie. B--yroec Otor Itamasrust, lhaifa, Jails (for Jeesocuit. Alaexandria lfor Cairo), Mlalts, Alders, GIBRALTAR, lsseogers teas log tedon ins Maco n ad Travellie; Overland can lois the flotern at Nice on the Subscribers-only content

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    HFOUSES A-ND LAND TO LET (oo2td.) DT ANSO T o.T Let or Sell, 5, Soho Proad : cortairnig Jll. thee5 in50., seven bed rooms; ooach-bouse, steablisg, lossro, greetbahouse.-7, Soho Read. cl257 i~i~oSWORH (Od Gbrch, Edwood ~CureRoad.-Pirst- new ouss: hghhealthy, Subscribers-only content

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    Sfl'rnoxgVACA~T anI W Trolt (exelesive oficAgencles, Traveilers. ~~} ~~ pi~s~oed an- tb followin tatws. for which. if aeon. 3etto. Three imes .: d.IDtoThreomoe .... 2s. Dat The REUInSED P3EP"fl) BAME nrte toOa. foUowin'j TRAE J}DTERRUS N. OBA Housw To Subscribers-only content

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    yards hurdle handicap: 1, W. .T. Mercer iscratch) ; 2, H. Milliagton, Tamworth A.F.C. (10 yards); 3, F. I Sayce, Alders F.C. (5 yards). Time, 30 1-5see.- . One mile handicap: }, Abram Horton, Folesworth (140 3yards); 2, E. Robinson, Subscribers-only content

 

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