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THE Staffordshire Sentinel. Friday, August 21st, 1874. I The Town Council of Stoke object to railway time. It was proposed

THE Staffordshire Sentinel. Friday, August 21st, 1874. I The Town Council of Stoke object to railway time. It was proposed

THE Staffordshire Sentinel. Friday, August 21st, 1874. The Town Council of Stoke object railway time. It was proposed yesterday to regulate the church clock railway time, but only six voted for the motion, which was consequently lost. A woman and her child died at Crewe on Thursd
August 21, 1874 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
LONDON, AND SHEFFIELD WAREHOUSE. Established S 4 2 . THOMAS G, (tie.only importer the Potteries) to intimate that he always

LONDON, AND SHEFFIELD WAREHOUSE. Established S 4 2 . THOMAS G, (tie.only importer the Potteries) to intimate that he always

hand the largest variety Toys and Goods the district, fancy Basket?, newly imported cheapest the County. A fresh .it-rival the celebrated American Clothes Pegs, 9d. per box ; bass brooms ; sleeping brushes, scouring stone, shoe and other brushes in great variety. A h.rge assortm
August 10, 1874 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
Three weavers were summoned on Wednesday at tbe Preston Police Court for infringing the provisions the Factory Acts which prohibit

Three weavers were summoned on Wednesday at tbe Preston Police Court for infringing the provisions the Factory Acts which prohibit

the employment of children under thirteen years of age except as " half-timers." The defendants had smuggled the children into the mill six o clock in the morning, and kept them working till breakfast time. They afterwards went to school, but returned to work the afternoon. One
April 17, 1874 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
LEEK.-Wednesday.

LEEK.-Wednesday.

oh| » RoMngori ' * Brocklehurst * * Sleigh, Esqrs.) ' eter Hollerenshaw, slater; George " -) farm ASB '~ _ * Lyuier, jun., labourer; and Anthony Wan f er ' George with having trespassed search were "cupation of Sir Harper Crewe, Ul J°" lal,d iu nit.—Mr. Allen appeared sup,<ln,s.
October 8, 1874 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
HRO LET, good Lobbied HOUSE, 7, Bleak* breet, Bleak ffiDTneaiJ Burslem. Three rooms' up, four down.-Apply to Mr. Woolliscroft, Wood)Ter-;

HRO LET, good Lobbied HOUSE, 7, Bleak* breet, Bleak ffiDTneaiJ Burslem. Three rooms' up, four down.-Apply to Mr. Woolliscroft, Wood)Ter-;

race, Wolatanton. rpO~LE'rr FUKNIaHED APARTMENTS.— *- Apply. No. Stafford-street, Hanley. Contract. BEICKB (FIEE).—IS,OOO for SALE cheap.— Apply W. Hart, 14, Registry-street, Stoke-on- Trent. SALE, aBIioWN nine years old -JL well suited for porting purposes. —Apply to Mr. R. P_C
October 8, 1874 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

STTCn Victoria r BW»t*i Excelsior —Matchplayed Wednesday. Score : Svtch. 40 ; Excelsior, 20. Double numbers for Svtoh J. Goodwin (17, not out). Sytch* Protector ?•. Wolstantox Weslf.yans.—Match played on Saturday the ground tho latter. Score : Protector, 33 and 106. Wolstanton W
August 7, 1874 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
CURRENT LITERATURE.

CURRENT LITERATURE.

Sociality of Beeton's Young Englishwoman is the to correspondents lady named Myra. ffi jSjjj fair readers desire instruction on any imafty j! question relating to dress, we advise them eon - Myra living encyclopedia on all things A\ ; The questions submitted to her are in endles
August 7, 1874 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
CORRESPONDENT. LONDON, Monday Evening. An old friend has eome to literary life again. He or they—l hardly know which to

CORRESPONDENT. LONDON, Monday Evening. An old friend has eome to literary life again. He or they—l hardly know which to

call him, for he always spesks of himself in the first person plural—used in the old days, when the Advertiser was the " Beer and Bible' Gazette," to give the world the benefit of his political philosophy in Mr. Grant's journal. Now, he comes out again in the Examiner. Mr. James
March 9, 1875 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
, m vY AUXILIARY of the BRITISH and g_ FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. . vrxrTT ATi MEETING will be held in

, m vY AUXILIARY of the BRITISH and g_ FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. . vrxrTT ATi MEETING will be held in

the Town The March 11th, when the Rev. D. MORGAN M.A., will attend as a Deputation Society, and address the meeting in Eng- and friends will take part in the prece n %,«r will be taken by E. F. Bodley, Esq., pSent of the Auxiliary, at half-past Seven precisely. will be Collectio
March 9, 1875 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
Sir Julius Benedict has received tho distinction of Knight of the Order of Wasa from his Majesty the King of

Sir Julius Benedict has received tho distinction of Knight of the Order of Wasa from his Majesty the King of

Sweden,- and of the Crown of Italy from his Majesty the King Italy. explosion took place on Wednesday at the Royal Factories, Woolwich, owing to some moisture having i accumulated in oue of the slag pans into which molten metal was poured. There is falling off in the demand for
October 9, 1874 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England