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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cA pBURY'S COCOA Absoh'-teli' P^>re> therefore Best. . VDA RD OF HIGHEST PURITY."- Latuxt *fi£ sT . >in CADBURY'8-eold only in Packets and r other Cocoas are often substituted ifltH" 4 " ior the sake of extra profit jT^eastern Subscribers-only content

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    t iCFANTS INVALIDS, ahd the AGED "fiENGER'S FOOD. " Kjovt and higWy nutritm Food ia qnitß fl* any otter obtainable. The " Logan J^^Sd* m* : " v «■ ntaißed wten •*» other iS^^^bßi It »■ in^aruable." The "British Subscribers-only content

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    L/^SD AGRICULTURAL SHOW. , & -Gazette we published the report ij^ f' a d Agricultural Show, so far as the f ;;^usup to the hour of going to press. JT^i tlie «**e4«* ent proceedings, in- tf^'lclieon, and, the leaping Subscribers-only content

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    STOKESLEY ACItICULTUItAL SHOW The thiitccitih annual show of Stokesley Agri- ; cultural Society was held ou Tliursday, in a lield at the outskirts of t!ic village, kindly lent by Miss Hildyard. The cutties iit all classes were numer- ous, Subscribers-only content

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    NORTHEIi. BRANCH OF THE BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. Yesterday afternoon, the annual meeting of the S__h.ru Branch of the British Medicil Associa- tion was held in the Couucil Chamber, Town Hail, Stockton, when about fifty medical gentlemen con- nected with Subscribers-only content

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    CHRISTMA FAT CATTLE SaOW AT STOCKTON- The Christmas Fa' Cattl Show at Stock- ton took place on Wednesday in the new Cattle Market, and was in every respect a great success. The number of exhibitors was quite double as Subscribers-only content

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    TEotal sub district Hetns. Highway Act. - To-day (Monday) at Auckland Police Court Ralph Hodgson was jharged witk allowing two pigs to stray on the highway at Hamsteriev on the 4th inst.-De- 'endant waa allowed to go witb a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    local aud District _&*tos. A Brutal Fellow at South Stoc*> ton.- At the South Stockton Petty Sessions ov Monday aiteruoon John Hughes, a shipyard hand, was charged with assaulting Mary Ann Brady with whom he lodged. The evidence showed Subscribers-only content

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    %ocai au& JHstrirt &tms. Durham University. - The following have received the certificate of proficiency ia general education: - W. L. Fry, C. H- Humble, T. Marshall, C. J. Milner, R. Moore, W. E. Peacock, and F. Ridley. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STOCKTON CATTLE AND POULTRY SHOW. The Stockton Fat Cattle and Poultry Show was held on Wednesday. The show is an annual one, but owing to the restiictions on account of the foot-and-mouth disease only poultry, butter, eggs, and roots Subscribers-only content

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    POLLING DISTRICTS IN THE CLEVELAND DIVISION. At the recent Court of Quarter Sessions for the North Riding the Justices very wisely determined to invite opinions from persons possessing local knowledge on the proposed plan of polling districts for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCAL ELECTION NOTES. The Newcastle Chronicle has quite losi its temper because in the Tyneside Division the Liberals are not to be divided so as to let in a Tory. The Liberal Association in Newcastle on Saturday selected Mr Subscribers-only content

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    THE GENERAL ELECTION. THE CLEVELAND DIVISION. On Saturday meetings iv furtherance of the candidature of Mr Henry Fell Pease, Liberal candidate for the Cleveland Division, were held at Appleton Wiske and Broughton. Sir Isaac Lowthian Bell presided at the Subscribers-only content

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    flortli (Xountrn #*his. Stewart's New Overcoats aro the ad- miration of ah to whom they are shown.- Anvr. Sudden Death at Stockton. - A child named Thoma3 Itarns, eighteen days old, was .ound dead in bed beside its mother Subscribers-only content

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    THE END OF GREATNESS. It is a remarkable fact that the career of four of the most renowned characters that ever lived closed with some violent or mournful death. Alexander, after having climbed the dizzy heights of his ambition, Subscribers-only content

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    l-gal lianas. i V\ THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE, I * CHANCERY DIVISION.- MR JUSTICE KAY. "in tbe matter of Messrs Sadler ami Company, nmite.' »''»* in the matter of the Companies' Act, icrr nnd in the matter of Subscribers-only content

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    r~~~^icv/.'. !- The List of Subscribers will open on Tharsd*y. J une 6tn - &nd will close ou or before 'XeiitfSuay.'JuueUth. n AN SALVADOR SPANISH IRON ORE V«a' ' COMPANY, LIMITED. X* j^giijiered imder tbe Companies' Acts. nanitsl £60.009. Subscribers-only content

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    REVISION COURT AT SOUTH STOCKTON. Mr J. Bcott Fox sat at the Police Conrt, South Stockton, this morning to revise the Parliamentary ▼oters' lists for the townships of Appleton Wiske, Stainton, Thornaby, and Yarm. The Liberals were represented by Subscribers-only content

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    TUE DURHAM BTT;7n GREAT MASS ittfcjjy, - ■ » THE FEELING- OF Till. Ul As far ai can bo if .ug.»| u^ county ia remark »biy tjrm. p, M iv a .true of gtlcU m_ 4 , .r.,.. ' Subscribers-only content

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    '" $ nijlir A otit£3# - - VpiTiGH OF MIDDLESBROUGH. VI J DISTRESS FUND. r„hic Meeting of the Inhabitants held in the j M n H__ M*reh 30th. 18,2, it was resolved to pro- , D R "mid lor Subscribers-only content

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