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To be Let. Money to be Lent. TIE TRADESMAN'S GUINEA SET OF BOOKS Ledger, 560 pages, Day Book, 560 pages; Cash Book, 370 pages; uniform in size, 13 in. by 9in. (day . book 17 in. by 7m, if desired), made of a sound paper, ruled ordinary single or double irttteria, neatly and stro
December 5, 1873 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
WANTED, by a respectable young man, a SITUA. TION ix any light Thasiness.—Address, W. J. at the Printers'

WANTED, by a respectable young man, a SITUA. TION ix any light Thasiness.—Address, W. J. at the Printers'

December 5, 1873 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
ONE GROSS USEFUL PRICE TICKETS, POST FREE FO ONE SHILLING. tt -7 ..v , -. F. T. TAPP, L 56,

ONE GROSS USEFUL PRICE TICKETS, POST FREE FO ONE SHILLING. tt -7 ..v , -. F. T. TAPP, L 56,

THOMAS STREET, - F' - AO r ;,-- MANCHESTER. 4/ l - ANHFACTURER of A V 4 i Fixture Boxes and General Drapers Requisites. a ,I, I m proved Stands, Busts, Wax Heads,&c., for Drapery, „ s i -- -- ' - Millinery, Baby Linen, Hats, Coats, Suits, &c. Brass Shop En , Window Fittings, Tub
December 5, 1873 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
We regret to have to announce the sudden d€ath of Mr. Charles Maxtor, hat manufacturer, Ashton Road, Denton, which took

We regret to have to announce the sudden d€ath of Mr. Charles Maxtor, hat manufacturer, Ashton Road, Denton, which took

place on Tuesday evening last. The state of Mr. Manor's health for some time past, has been a cause of great anxiety to his friends, and we believe that not long ago he had a slight siezure which affected his speech, but of late be seemed to be much better. He was at Church, and
October 9, 1873 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
GRAY'S are showing all the. styles in GENTLEMEN'S SILK. SCARFS, TIES, and COLLARS. They , have 'purchased a large stock

GRAY'S are showing all the. styles in GENTLEMEN'S SILK. SCARFS, TIES, and COLLARS. They , have 'purchased a large stock

of the DUKE SCARF, which they are selling at 6id. each, worth One Shilling
October 9, 1873 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
• THE " SICKER " ñ hi, TN • 1./OUBLE GRIP-BOLT SAE, Strong-room Doors, &c., For Bankers, Jewellevs, Merchants, to.

• THE " SICKER " ñ hi, TN • 1./OUBLE GRIP-BOLT SAE, Strong-room Doors, &c., For Bankers, Jewellevs, Merchants, to.

Fire, Wedge . , Drill, and Gunpowder Proof. The only Safes manufactured which effectually resist Fire and the skilled Burglar. Inventor, Patentee, and Sole Manufacturer— JAMES FELTON ELWELL, THE, "VULCAN" WORKS, BIRILDIGHAM. NB—One of these new patent Safes, of extraordinary siz
October 9, 1873 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
Live and Dead Horses, Cows, Bcc. FAST-HER DEAN, OLDHAM ROAD, NEWTON HEATH, Can afford to give the best price for

Live and Dead Horses, Cows, Bcc. FAST-HER DEAN, OLDHAM ROAD, NEWTON HEATH, Can afford to give the best price for

Live and Dead Hptsss, Cows, Sze., and remove them on the shortest notice. N.B.—Omnibuses pass Mrs. Dean's Place every half-hour from Market-sireet and Oldham-street, Manchester, and orders by post - or telegraph NArl.l be promptly attended to.
October 9, 1873 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
IIIHE TRADESMAN'S GUINEA SET OF BOOKS .1. Ledger, 660 Pages, Day Book, 660 pages; Cash Book, 370 pages; uniform in

IIIHE TRADESMAN'S GUINEA SET OF BOOKS .1. Ledger, 660 Pages, Day Book, 660 pages; Cash Book, 370 pages; uniform in

she, 13 in. by 9in. (dai book 17 in. by 7in, if desired), made of a sound paper, ruled ordinary single or double p , ttern, neatly and strongly bound, and lettered on the back.— Sent carriage free on receipt of Post-office order or cheque payable to W. IL KNOWLE'S, printer and P
October 9, 1873 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
J AMES LOWNDS,- , INSI3 ANCE AND . E,11 , 110114,T10N AGENT. Passengers forwarded at low rates to all parts

J AMES LOWNDS,- , INSI3 ANCE AND . E,11 , 110114,T10N AGENT. Passengers forwarded at low rates to all parts

of Ainerica, , Australia,.New Zealand,.( i .C.T.e., by first class ut SteaerS and Clipper Ships American d_rafts cashed at sight. I "i Note the Address: 124, Catherine-street, Ashton-underl.dyne.
October 9, 1873 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
, j 0 H N • R , " „ Jr „ , AUCTIONEER AND.. VALITB-% •miz.zjD 14A.CRINslOr WELLINGTON •

, j 0 H N • R , " „ Jr „ , AUCTIONEER AND.. VALITB-% •miz.zjD 14A.CRINslOr WELLINGTON •

ROM), STOCKPORT. . , • (Near the Station.) " Cash advanced upon Goode for Sale.—Established 10 ye*.rseri. f Sales will received a t t h e olli'de of thia Paper. and Notice o ll b t , will b rozaptly attended to.
October 9, 1873 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England