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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SHILDON FLOWER SHOW The annual show of the Shildon Horti- cultural and Industrial S'leiety was held in the Vicarage grounds at Shildon on Saturday. The entries were on the whole considerably in excess o: last year. The entries for Subscribers-only content

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    REVISION COURTS. STOOKTON BOBODGH- Last night Mr Yarborough Anderson, Revising barrister, resumed his revision of the Parlia- mentary and municipal lists for the borough of Stockton. Mr W. _.. Marshall, Liberal agent, apo-ared in the Liberal interest, while Major Subscribers-only content

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    THE SERIOUS CHARGE Of ARSON. Yesterday, at the Northallerton Police Court, George Allison, contractor and fruiterer, Roker- avenue, Sunderland, was eharsed with unlawfully and maliciously setting tire to certain stacks, the property of Mrs Ann Walker, Thorpe-row Farm, Great Subscribers-only content

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    v^BTH COCNmNE^S. Bulmer's Htock of Men's j TA'' 8 ■ Hlotbing at half Bulmer's prices, i *5 m Li Benson's. Clothiers, Middlesbrough, pick**™ ** ''^Or ' Sparkling ! The finest winter or V' 1 Ar nk A real *' Subscribers-only content

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    METEOR FALLS INTO THE ATLANTIC. The German- American petroleum steamer W-kommen, which has arrived in New V:>r_ fiom Danzig, reports an extraordinary pheno- menon witnessed during tbe voyage. At midnight on the 17th ult., when m mid- Atlantic, a Subscribers-only content

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    THE CLEVELAND ELECTION. MEETING AT YARM. A well attended meeting was held in the Band of Hope Hall, Yarm, last night in support of the candidature of Mr A. E. Fease. Mr D. H. Hird, J.P., presided. The Chairman Subscribers-only content

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    THE CLEVELAND CAMPAIGN. Continuing the electoral campaign yesterday both parties were very active, and numerous meetings were held throughout the Hi vision. The Liberab have got together a splendid string of speakers, wlio last night -were engaged at no Subscribers-only content

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    ! w IE TH COPHT-Y SEW-J £" 'JTk-^lh-g Granulated Su ? ar at Id per *J to _u_f-_*treet, Mk__ai--0-gi-A->TT- -w,. __«Beck-iA's_tep«.BateTc^««JJ : ' /^.wpirt-ro-d. De-petate lines, bee win £«. -A-.VT. J,';,, Yarm-lane S^-™?JVo-£y -^ VT ' 5J5 a t Subscribers-only content

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    SNOW. * jf YOU COUGH TAKE ERAUDEL'S PASTILLES. WIND S^TT___ls___i^^ oßKSHlßß ACCIDENT INSURANCE _!_-_ LANCASStILAXa COMPAXY , LIMITED. HEAD OFHCE : 37, PRINCESS STREET, MANCHESTER. DIRECTORS' REPORT. „• ,„-, b-c- to submit to the Shareholders the Accounts and Balance Subscribers-only content

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    REVISION COURTS. THOENABY. Mr Charles Felix Palmer, Revising Barrister, sot at the Thornaby Town Hall to-day for the purpose of revising the voters' lists for the follow- ing parishes of the Cleveland Division of the North Riding of Yorkshire Subscribers-only content

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    SOUTH STOCKTON POLICE COURT. _.„_._* - ojexuxe j_. vi. vv amy ana T. Hutchinson, Esqs. Wkful Damage CASE.-Jas. Wiison, Matthew Elliott, and John Law, all lads, were charged with wiMuUy damaging a door, the property of John Arnell on Subscribers-only content

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    j> T H COUNTRY NEWS. . /-iv...^,r.if.n Stone Ginger Beer, i -t^^X'iJw-rf. Mbro'.-Apv,. j G 0 '" ? w'uo took the Sib. tin of Tea, v.'.' &/IZZ Walter WilhWa, Ln-.thope- V^J******^*"* * m * • =hew to cm t Subscribers-only content

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    ■""^ffl?^ rhej party then proceeded to BcceWk a crowded meeting was held , n the iWjS Major Hamilton again pre-idinsr _n«u , hr " ncr, who waa well received, in rl\JrZ * S the Truck Act, said the ouecry Subscribers-only content

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    . Ttmax, MADK ATTOACT-Y- a Tl___PT-___ Tr*"*" 1 * " By the use of J CuSTAfiD U X OWDERj „ro,3 r _i-'.:t toe-.eiy Sv.-eetf.'i?h, Pud_'_< i."jc. -^ i-ttJ j-- : -i:t- a.i Ate vcv rocud. . NO TSOUBLE! KO Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTBS, MARRIAGES, & DEATHS. BIRTHS. Wigp. - On the 23rd inst., at 19. Catdnfao street, iiocs- ton. the wile of H. £. Ward (Wishaw), ot a Jausn- ler. 23 MAESIAGE3. Dent - Roltlbw*. - On the 2Sth inst. at Subscribers-only content

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    PLAYERS HONEY DEW TOBACCO. BEAt _ttti.lv Cool and Bweet Smok-no. Soid by all Tobacconists in lor. and 2o_ Packet* bearmc a Cliocolile Label, with the Trade Murk, " NOTTINGHAM CASTLE." Made frcm the beu growths of Vi'rrinia. is mild Subscribers-only content

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    Cadbury's Cocoa „i-TFLY PURE. THEREFORE BEST. .jSOLLi 1 - I- dard 0 f highest purity at present attainable "!__. to Cocoa. --Lancet. NO ALKALIES USED. A_ iv many of the Dutch Cocoas. 2 SWh-easternDaily Gazette PREPAID SCALE OF CHARGES. Subscribers-only content

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    CLEVELAND LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL COUNCIL MEETING. The annual meeting erf the Council of the Cleveland Liberal Association wan held in a tent erected in tie grounds belonging to Mr A. E. i-ease, M.P., at Pinchinthorpe to-day, Sir Joseph W Subscribers-only content

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    jj, yoU UKE GOOD PASTEY, VtX LABD. nr *? FOR ALL DOMESTIC PURPOSES. TBE __wned through all Grocers, Provwhm Met- M tie OM* 3 " ____, and Stores. 0 R e c a s T. : TERRIFIC CYCLONE ! Subscribers-only content

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    FRENCH WORKMEN'S EXPERI- ENCES IN LONDON. The twenty-one French working men dele- gates dispersed themselves yesterday in various directions on their mission of observation and enquiry into the conditions of English life and labour amongst people of their own Subscribers-only content

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