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GOOD FRIDAY.

GOOD FRIDAY.

TO-MORROW, BEING GOOD FRIDAf, the Sentinel will not be published.
March 25, 1875 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
A gentleman, named Thomas Claringbculfl, residing near Dovsr, shot himself, on M uday morning, through the heart with a revolver

A gentleman, named Thomas Claringbculfl, residing near Dovsr, shot himself, on M uday morning, through the heart with a revolver

in his ova house. Acting-Inspector John Cooke, of the G> division detective police at Dublin, has committed tuicide hanging himself. Charles Lewis Lawrence, a Custom Hou§e broker of New York, has been charged at Bow-fitreet, London, under the Extradition Act, with forgeries ud t
March 25, 1875 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
IN-DOOR AND OUT-DOOR RELIEF, MICHAELMAS 1874.

IN-DOOR AND OUT-DOOR RELIEF, MICHAELMAS 1874.

tfor iu-maintenance-and door A for the half - year ended Miol aelmas, has just been issued by the Local . Prom thpp appear* that the total j u l £ /-half-year amounted to -88,272,741. a decrease of 787, or 31 per cent. In Staffordshire the total amounted ; at which was for ln-ma
March 25, 1875 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

The Forthcoming Titans Concert."—From advertisement on our first page it may been seen that m to facilitate the cor,reni>nee ami comfort of the expected large andience at this approaching err eat musical treat. Mr. John Emery has wisely decided to"admitHickotholders to the hall
February 27, 1877 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
■■- ' T , NORTH yTAFFOKDRFIttE SKATING * '! THE HAW LEY SKATING? J&AC.'Zji (nb»t ttsa <i.i. «a'- Hotel imi.

■■- ' T , NORTH yTAFFOKDRFIttE SKATING * '! THE HAW LEY SKATING? J&AC.'Zji (nb»t ttsa <i.i. «a'- Hotel imi.

IS NOW OP K N FOR Tug . l rt ' int of Madlle. the ' VIENNESE TKOUPE of ORN L • commencing Monday Evening. FnnnnAßY ' Admission—Every Evening, except Tuesday, nximucc ; Evenings, One Shilling each ; Thursday Afternoon*. Sixpence each ; Other bays, One Shilling ' now iii excellent
February 27, 1877 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
FIRST-CLASS FUNERALS, READ BELOW A really good OAK COFFIN, finished complete with use BEST HEARSE, TWO HORSES, PALL, within Four

FIRST-CLASS FUNERALS, READ BELOW A really good OAK COFFIN, finished complete with use BEST HEARSE, TWO HORSES, PALL, within Four

Miles SECOND CLASS DITTO 10 THIRD CLASS DITTO £2 0 MOURNING COACHES : ONE HORSE 10s. 6d. ; TWO HORSES, 15s. 6d. to 425. ' The Coffins, Src., can be seen before jrivin" the Order. All lie supplied at One Hour's Notice, L. NICKLIN FUNERA ESTABLISHMENT, HOPE- STREET, HAN LE Y . Ord
February 27, 1877 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
ADVERTISEMENTS. Stwit Advertisements of Situations Wanted, Situation* ▼•cant. Houses Wanted, Let, To Sell, Apartment Wants' 1 To Let, Articles Lost

ADVERTISEMENTS. Stwit Advertisements of Situations Wanted, Situation* ▼•cant. Houses Wanted, Let, To Sell, Apartment Wants' 1 To Let, Articles Lost

or Found, and Miscellaneous Wants, are, when prepaid, incited in the Baily Seatuiel the following low rate of charges; Not exceeding words One day. Three days. Six tin vs. <*»• W Is. Oil Is. Od.' to 9d Is. &i :kl. Is. Od 2s. 0.1 3s. Od. ■W ...... Is. 2s. (id iU. 1«- 3s. Od 4.5.
February 27, 1877 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
1 L L 1 M ARTLEY'S NEW SEAS.Oh' 4 .JfRMALADE, n\ ,; rnwp> J/-»TTXT T -r,» .«WAW-I*HKI»-if«ir; - KELSALL, NO,

1 L L 1 M ARTLEY'S NEW SEAS.Oh' 4 .JfRMALADE, n\ ,; rnwp> J/-»TTXT T -r,» .«WAW-I*HKI»-if«ir; - KELSALL, NO,

' thanking the Public for their liberal .« • , an nouuces that he has consigjcnfinls ' - -eapecti" fresh fish d.vjly .rom all the fishing districts in the kingdom. -fhe Londt>n >'*tive Oysters always I>R ESSERS requested the Strike K autl during IVTEW VEGETABLE, and AGRICUI TT~U
February 27, 1877 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
Before you marry, touß G. ORAM'S—the largest s>t*y»t and best value, in .BIRMINGHAM, and 1»8, Broad-sTheet, Manufactory and Rooms,: Tennant-stkebt.

Before you marry, touß G. ORAM'S—the largest s>t*y»t and best value, in .BIRMINGHAM, and 1»8, Broad-sTheet, Manufactory and Rooms,: Tennant-stkebt.

I wortk to choose from. Send for free illustrated list, bow to house for Xti, £20. or £100. Post free. Fall . loads delivered free, or carnage paid the Potteries. wT'./i" is >' 8 °P« n to purchase any quantity POTTER* WARE every kind, for cash, or iii exchange for other 1 * Bt<>
February 27, 1877 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

HANLEY. Ea«t Ward Election. —A meeting of the burgesses of the East Ward, wus held in the Primitive Methodist •Schoolroom, Northwood, on Monday evening. |Mr. Councillor Shenton presided. There was a eood attendance. Two the candidates, Messrs. Eanks and Jones, addressed the meet
October 18, 1876 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England