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HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. . SHOW and GRAND MUSICAL FETE, PARK, on Thursday, August 6th. Majesty's COLDSTREAM GUARDS BAND ?« m attendance.

HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. . SHOW and GRAND MUSICAL FETE, PARK, on Thursday, August 6th. Majesty's COLDSTREAM GUARDS BAND ?« m attendance.

Schedules on application. JAMES LEWIS, Hon. Sec. STAFFORDSHIRE ARTILLERY VOLUNTEERS. Orders for the Week ending July 11th, 1874. Repository Drill for all members who have S**,yet made themselves efficient, from Monday till ind ayat7p.m. order, JOHN STRICK, Captain Commanding. Ju
July 8, 1874 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

SECOND (BY TELEGEAPH^^^-^ THE SHAH'S VISIT TOWlN , fl * Windsor, noon.—Though the visit *" $ expected to arrive here within a couple ° iso t, to the castle rather than to the town of partake of a semi-private character, the rities and the inhabitants generally no efforts to give
June 20, 1873 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
AMERICA. Notice.—Americans and others travelling on the Continent of Europe will please make early application for Berths in the Steamer

AMERICA. Notice.—Americans and others travelling on the Continent of Europe will please make early application for Berths in the Steamer

" PENNSYLVANIA," as all the available Cabin accommodation is expected to be soon taken up. AMERICAN LINE. THE AMERICAN STEAM-SHIP COMPANY'S PHILADELPHIA AND LIVERPOOL LINE OF NEW FIRST-CLASSFULL-POWERED IRO STEAMERS. Pennsylvania 3104 Tons Captain Sumner. Ohio 3104 Tons Captain
June 20, 1873 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
A PRESENT FOR A KING.

A PRESENT FOR A KING.

PRESENT FOR KING. The IWh' of Rome in giving account the tation of th.. two dwarf, to King Victor BiSnnel states that his Majesty at »v? time the yl nm| acc l iff ami whom he gave silver , Valour, gold watfh, an/ tSi side of the first are « the Egyptian H SL T *? rJ » : ~" and va
June 9, 1874 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
ROMAN CATHOLIC SYNOD.

ROMAN CATHOLIC SYNOD.

Cardinal has received a mandate from the Holy to convene National Synod or Council for the con- ' mderatioa of ecclesiastical matters the Irish Roman Catholic Church. Assembly of the kind has been held since the Synod of Thurles, twenty-four years ago. Among [ the questions to b
June 9, 1874 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
lLT 'JH WELL-DRESSING. now Popular FESTIVAL will be ««* the June 11th, in a Field adjoin- A nT LONpW be

lLT 'JH WELL-DRESSING. now Popular FESTIVAL will be ««* the June 11th, in a Field adjoin- A nT LONpW be

formed at One o'clock. BAND and the NORTON DA& ied the MAY QUEEN, MAY • ' &c -> will head the procession. ? commencing at Two o'clock. The Poached by the Rev. C. W. BOND, of Action will be made in aid of the debt on ** ?«B. &n<i REFRESHMENTS provided at moderate handbills for fu
June 9, 1874 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
_Let. APARTMENTS TO LET, ~ room, in the centre of Hani- and Bed- Sentind Office. Box, TO LET, a good

_Let. APARTMENTS TO LET, ~ room, in the centre of Hani- and Bed- Sentind Office. Box, TO LET, a good

WOF . —: Heath, Plumber, Gas*" -CSUOP.-Apply, A. hanger, New-street, Hanley. Painter, and Paper GIN GS on *«din_V , lane, SHOP, aDruggist-Apply William a and PEEMISES, situate in Bbelton.-Apply to Robert Hodg- orog Machine Dealer, High-street, Tonstall. I™'1™' iSHED APAEI'MENTS
June 9, 1874 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
THE Staffordshire Sentinel. Thursday, July 31st, 1873. Magisterial mistakes are becoming rather frequent. One occurred at Leek yesterday. Occasional extension

THE Staffordshire Sentinel. Thursday, July 31st, 1873. Magisterial mistakes are becoming rather frequent. One occurred at Leek yesterday. Occasional extension

of licensed victuallers' time at night may be permissible, but fail to see the good reason for the extension at the other end of the day. The plea was the early starting of an excursion train from Leek station, and the effect of the extension may be to make some excursionists a
July 31, 1873 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

Leek Church Schools v. 2nd Eleven Leek Cricket Club.—This match was played at Higbfield on Saturday, and resulted in favour of the former by 98 runs. Score : 2nd Eleven, 31; schools, 129. Double numbers were made for the 2nd Eleven by T. Hill (11—not out), and for the schools by
July 1, 1873 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
Care of Poisoning at Hereford.—A Singular cam occurred ttt Here fourteen years of age who ford. iau + chemist and

Care of Poisoning at Hereford.—A Singular cam occurred ttt Here fourteen years of age who ford. iau + chemist and

druggist, went home was errand-boy to a chem , . ck he'hadbeen smoking, no and ill, hut as He became worse during the notice was taken Mi t fl .pap er ," was afternight, to d his mothtr wards.delinous, and died w him before, death, and . c fa amination at the inquest iutestine3
July 1, 1873 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England