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FROM DONCASTER

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To Wakefidd (Great Northern).—! 20, 6 45(p) 13, 1 13, i 10, 3 45, S 50(p), 8 49. Sundays: I 30, 7 50(p), 8 15(p). FROM SHEFFIELD To and Normanton (Midland).— 1 80 (to Nornanton only), 8 s(p), 9 35. II 45, 2 15 (to Nonnanton only), 50, 4 0, 30, 8 55 (to Normanton only). Snadays:
February 11, 1860 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
OLD ESTABLISHED WINE AND SPIRIT VAULTS, NO 1, CHEAPSIDE, BARNSLEY. ELIZABETH DENTON, IN’ returning thanks for past farours, begs to

OLD ESTABLISHED WINE AND SPIRIT VAULTS, NO 1, CHEAPSIDE, BARNSLEY. ELIZABETH DENTON, IN’ returning thanks for past farours, begs to

make known to tts Public generally that her Yanlts are replenished with the CHOICEST WINES AND SPIRITS, Direct from the principal Bonded Wereboosee and Distillers in the Kingdom. She also wishes to inform them that she has jnst entered into arrangements with well known House in
February 11, 1860 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
J. L. FERNANDES AND CO., BEG to announce to their Friends and the Public in general, that their Season Brewings

J. L. FERNANDES AND CO., BEG to announce to their Friends and the Public in general, that their Season Brewings

of INDIA PALE ALE are now ready for deliyery, in splendid condition, and may bad in casks ot 9, 12, 18, 24, and 36 gallons, and also in hogsheads, for home consumption as well for exportation. Old? Bridge Brewery, Wakefield. January, 1860.
February 4, 1860 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
Shop to Let. BF. LET. possession nt Lady next, the «HOl* DWELLING HOUSE adjoining Mr. (sgouoe’s, Confectioner, Markrl-jcw-street. Apply Mb.

Shop to Let. BF. LET. possession nt Lady next, the «HOl* DWELLING HOUSE adjoining Mr. (sgouoe’s, Confectioner, Markrl-jcw-street. Apply Mb.

GEO U G TOOL, Star Hotel," Penzance.
February 8, 1860 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
St. Ives Town Mills. BK I.KT, All tI.M cscclUni oitl cs-l .l.lishe-1 M.|| situate centre the Il.ironxh of St. eallcil

St. Ives Town Mills. BK I.KT, All tI.M cscclUni oitl cs-l .l.lishe-1 M.|| situate centre the Il.ironxh of St. eallcil

ti'e “ST. I VI'S TOWN MII.I.S,** un*l now occii|j»ti»n Mr. Thomas whom term therein will expire l.aily-'l«ir next. The Tenement C”mpri»es Upper Lower Mills, .which with ample ftresm water, while Smf.los. I’i"i!cries, every other con?eoie«ce will .'''found the promisss. F'ir riew
February 8, 1860 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
Lite in Tun Watch Tower.

Lite in Tun Watch Tower.

And If the<« the lighthou-te-* and the mode of life among those by whom they are builded let us try to realize the daily work of those by whom the structures are inhabited. "You are to light the lamps every eveoiog sun-setting and keep them constantly borolrg. bright and dear, t
February 8, 1860 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
POLICE ANT) PETTY SESSIONS.,&c.

POLICE ANT) PETTY SESSIONS.,&c.

Bodmin.— Wednesday Inst, James Honcho, of parish ot Ltixalltn. h'vxisht Mr. Ward on oharßeof deserting from the AriiUery. Prisoner been 10-ked up all the night and appeared custody oi tho constable, lie was dismissed, it not being proved be was the same person who enlisted. Impo
February 8, 1860 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
NORFOLK and EASTERN COUNTIES COAL COMPANY, VICTORIA AND THORPE STATIONS. Best Hartlepool Wallaond - - 225. Od. Charles worth’s Old

NORFOLK and EASTERN COUNTIES COAL COMPANY, VICTORIA AND THORPE STATIONS. Best Hartlepool Wallaond - - 225. Od. Charles worth’s Old

Silkatono -20 s. Od. (kqual to wall’s end). Beat Clay-Croaa Main House Coal 18a. 6d. Strongly recommended to Housekeepers, and ojwhich 150,000 Tons are annually vended in London. Charlesworth’sVictoria House Coal 17a.6d. (delivered in any part of tub city.) The Public arc reques
February 29, 1860 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
VERY PINE OLD WINE,

VERY PINE OLD WINE,

1000 GALLONS OF ALE, CASKS AND BREWING UTENSILS. Dairy of Handsome Suffolk Cows, CAKUIAGKS. FIRE ENGINE, BOATS, and Miscellaneous Effects, at Fornliam Hall, Two Miles from the Bury St. Railway Station. TAe First Day's Sale will comprise the kitchen furniture and culinary utensil
February 29, 1860 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England