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Public Xotitts. PATRNT CLOTH k WOVm NS FRONTS at tba HALIIP/OX SHIRT HOUSE. GRNTLBMBN'S -arid YOUTHS' BLACK NECK TIES, CRAVATS,

Public Xotitts. PATRNT CLOTH k WOVm NS FRONTS at tba HALIIP/OX SHIRT HOUSE. GRNTLBMBN'S -arid YOUTHS' BLACK NECK TIES, CRAVATS,

GLOVES, dia. for Funecels, et the HALIFAX SHIRT HOUSE. '4LENFIELD PATENT STARCH, Used in the Royal Lauadry.—Gentlemeu should see that their Limas are dressed with this Starch; they will be delighted with its elasticity sad beautiful finish. SIZES for all AGIN at the HALIFAX SHIR
September 2, 1854 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
THE QUEEN. The statement that lfer Majesty and Prince Albe r t would visit the E mperor of the French

THE QUEEN. The statement that lfer Majesty and Prince Albe r t would visit the E mperor of the French

this year is premature so far as the Queen is costeerned. Prime Albert, however, will accept the invitation of th e Emperor and will pay a visit to the camp of St. Omer on Tuesday next. There will bo • grand review aced it is expected that the Kiog of the Belgians will also be p
September 2, 1854 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
HARROGATE.

HARROGATE.

V i giros& -The follow ingdistingubliod and fashionable company has beenvisiting Harrogate during the peat week: —ltio Right Hon. the Earl of Burlington. the Lord Bishop of Derry, Lieut.-General Sandwith, Rear-Admiral liotbarn, Major- General Reed, Major-General Kennedy, Colonel
September 2, 1854 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
NOTICE OF REMOVAL

NOTICE OF REMOVAL

JOHN THOMAS, dm., respectfully returns his sincere thanks for favours already conferred upon him, and takes this opportunity of announcing to the public that he has REMOVE!) to more extensive promisee, lately occupied by Mr. Samuel Thompson, Tailor and Draper, N 0.5, WATERHOUSE
August 12, 1854 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
FIUiIUfOLD HOUSge.

FIUiIUfOLD HOUSge.

HOUSge. By Mr. DA VIII, on i2;2 ;lay f A egad. 1854, at the house of Mr./. A. Child, known Galt Iva, HALIFAX, in the County of York, at Soma o'clock is the Erening, unkes previously disposed of by Private Contract (of *Mob due Mottos will be given), and subject to such conditions
August 12, 1854 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
MOST IMPORTANT CAPTION.

MOST IMPORTANT CAPTION.

THE GREAT SUCCESS of DR. TORREN'S HERBAL PILLS in curing all curable disorders, and is preserving health, has caused some unprincipled men to make up a spurious artiste. Buyers are requested to observe that the words "Dr. Torree's Herbal Pills" are printed on the stamp which is
August 12, 1854 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
4)ablit petite's.

4)ablit petite's.

petite's. MAGNESIA a Medicine for Mom suffering from complaints of the mir* and bowels. In all cases of heartburn, acidity the stolleach, Timmer.. uneasiness after eating, &c., it will be found a thoroughly effective remedy. As an aperient, it is invaluable, and recommend. itself
August 12, 1854 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
Nona,.

Nona,.

may wore of any long £lOO or ia M so of by Railway Accidenf th t hi a * tor of as Ticket, costing TWO PENCI: of the Agents, or at the Pont:Norm Ore m., 3, S OLD HILOAD Lox WILLIAM J. VIAN, MOST DELICIOUS TEAS In Hahn, and Low. pool. Prices, Is. 4d., 31.8 d., 4.., 4e. 44, and Bd.
August 12, 1854 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
HALIFAX TO LEEDS.

HALIFAX TO LEEDS.

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August 12, 1854 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
HARROGATE.

HARROGATE.

FlRE.—About 12 o'clock on the night of Monday a fire broke out on the premises of Mr. MaMouse, bleacher, High Harrogate, which resulted in their total destruction. The upsetting of a audit was the reuse of the calamity. Fortunately for Mr. Malthonse there was time sufficient to
August 12, 1854 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England