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PRIME NEW SEASON'S TEA. Really Good and Truly Cheap are the TEAS and COFFEES supplied by PHILLIPS & CO., TEA

PRIME NEW SEASON'S TEA. Really Good and Truly Cheap are the TEAS and COFFEES supplied by PHILLIPS & CO., TEA

MERCHANTS, 7, KING WILLIAM STREET, CITY, LONDON, E.C. STRONG TO FINE BLACK TEA, is. Bcl., 25., 2s. 4d. VERY FINE RICH BLACK TEA, 2s. Gd A Price Current Free. Sugars at Market Prices. PHILLIPS & CO. send all Goods CARRIAGE FREE, by their own Vans, within Eight miles of No. 8, Kin
July 30, 1870 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
Advice upon all subjects of the Toilet,

Advice upon all subjects of the Toilet,

RAIR COLOR WASH.—By damping the head with is beautifully perfumed wash, in seven or ten days Lhe h a i r assumes its original colour, and remains so by an oc.cauot,',at using.6d.; sent for stamps.—Alex. Ross, 248, High '"°rn, London, and all chemists. LIEBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF
July 30, 1870 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
SCIENTIFIC AND ORNAMENMAL PRESENTS

SCIENTIFIC AND ORNAMENMAL PRESENTS

ORNAMENTS for the Drawing-room, Library, and Dining-room, consisting of a new and elegant assort ment ,of VASES, Figures, Groups, Candlesticks, Obelisks, Inkstands, beautiful inlaid Tables, Paper Weights, Ac., in Italbln, Alabaster, Parian, Marble, Bronze, Derbyshire Spar, Ac. I
July 30, 1870 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
21s. 265.

21s. 265.

July 30, 1870 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THE CENSUS OF 1871.

THE CENSUS OF 1871.

Mr. Caird writes to the Times on the subject of the census, and says that ten years ago the House ot Commons accepted his amendment, which directed a return to be made of the house accommodation of the people irr Scotland. The result was au interesting disclosure of the progress
July 30, 1870 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
RUFFIANISM , LET LOOSE.

RUFFIANISM , LET LOOSE.

The other day a man, described by the reporters as "of respectable appearance," was charged, at the Worship-street Police-court, in London, with indecently assaulting a female passenger on the Eastern Counties Railway. The evidence was conclusive, for one of the Company's servan
July 30, 1870 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
: reason

: reason

reason osure of ?reposed irn and Count he two , to contold, in nade by ,rder to them, of the but the broken de la arcks is ill, in a ng must =cum- read by oted an Both it ; and ch were eresting Th s i
July 30, 1870 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
MONEY.

MONEY.

IVORTHERN INVESTMENT DLSCOLTNT COMPANY, LIMITED. CerrrAL, 4100,000. Head Office, 7, Clayton-square, Liverpool. Branch Office, 16, Cairo-street, Warrington. LOANS advanced from £lO to £l,OOO upon approved personal security, deposit of scrip, &c., repayable by weekly, monthly, or
July 30, 1870 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
DARESBI7RY PETTY SESSIONS.

DARESBI7RY PETTY SESSIONS.

TUESDAY.—Before B. Pierpoint, Esq., and Lieut.- Col. Greenall. PROSECUTION BY THE HIGHWAY BOARD.—Geo. Furnivel was summoned for having done certain damage to the highway, near Wilderspool Brewery, by throwing stones into the river Mersey from off the road.—Mr. Warburton, surveyo
July 30, 1870 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
THE FIRST PRIZE AGAIN. THE FIRST PRTZT; this year, as well as for six previous years in succession, for the

THE FIRST PRIZE AGAIN. THE FIRST PRTZT; this year, as well as for six previous years in succession, for the

best collection of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS for general competition, open to the United Kingdom, been awarded bytheAltrinchamAgriculturalSociety,te EO. BOWEN, fRONMONGER AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT DEALER, POST OFFICE PLACE, ALTRINCHAM. • CHAFF CUTTERS, CORN CRUSHERS, TURNIP CUTTE
July 30, 1870 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England