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WM. CAN WELL, CHIMNEY SWEEP, No. 7, JOHNSTON STREET, lIIDDISSBROUGH, Returns his sincere thanks for the kind support he has

WM. CAN WELL, CHIMNEY SWEEP, No. 7, JOHNSTON STREET, lIIDDISSBROUGH, Returns his sincere thanks for the kind support he has

received since coming to Middlesbrough, and bogs to solicit a continuance of the esteem and patronage of the W. C. is provided with Patent Machines. Malt Kilns, Hot-houses, Green-houses, &c., attended to. Clean sheets are provided for the best apartments, and W. C. attends perso
March 31, 1871 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
O RD & IiADDISON, AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERS, DARLINGTON, AND WEST BRIDGE DEPOTS, MIDDLE SBROUGH, Supply on the shortest notice Best Household

O RD & IiADDISON, AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERS, DARLINGTON, AND WEST BRIDGE DEPOTS, MIDDLE SBROUGH, Supply on the shortest notice Best Household

and other Coal and Coke ; Carboniferone and Magnesian Lime and Limestone; Whinstone and other Road Materials; Flagstones, Slabs, Curbstones, Building Stones, Onset, Sanitary Tubs*, Chimney Tops, Drain Pipes, Bricks Thee, Flooring Stjuares; Guano' and Chemical Manure.; Also, Meta
March 31, 1871 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
ROYAL EXCHANGE, MIDDEESBROUGH-oN-TEE S BELLS. ROBSON, & Co., beg to inform their Friends and the Public that they have Opened

ROYAL EXCHANGE, MIDDEESBROUGH-oN-TEE S BELLS. ROBSON, & Co., beg to inform their Friends and the Public that they have Opened

their BRANCH BIJSINF.SS at the above Address, in eonzteetion with their Old-established Trade at TYNE BREWERY, Newcastle, for the Sale of MALT LIQUORS. WINES, and anti they trait by offering only first-class Goods at a moderate profit to merit public confidence, support, and pat
March 31, 1871 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
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June 2, 1871 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
yea! anb pistrid 3tbis.

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anb pistrid 3tbis. IST N. Y. ARTILLERY CORPS.—Commissions signed by the Lord Lieutenant.—Rayhon Dixon, Esq., Captain, rice J. T. Belk, resigned. Charles Willman, First Lieutenant, rice Dixon, promoted. ACCIDENT AT MIDDLESBROUGH STATION.—As the 9.30 train was leaving_ the Middlesb
June 2, 1871 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
WHITEWASHING THE MARKET.

WHITEWASHING THE MARKET.

Three tenders were received for whitewashing the market, and that of James Ingram, at £2 10s, was accepted.
June 2, 1871 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
HARMONIUM REEDS SUPPLIED.

HARMONIUM REEDS SUPPLIED.

Jl% H. POMFRET, DYER & CLEANER. I ESTABLISHMENTS: M/DDLESBROUG II —Lurracomm ROAD. - STOCKTON—I, Dovacor Smtzwr. DARLINGTON-4, RUM. RICHMOND--Hroa Row. HARTLEPOOL-36, Noarw GAM. SOUTH SHIELDS—Kuvo Sylmar. BISHOP AUCKLAND--ALumar Pz.sews DURHA M—Nsw ELVET. HEAD OFFICE AND WORKS—V
June 2, 1871 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
E. 11 1 • LANGSTAFF, WATOH AND CLOCK MAHER, lEWEILLEIt, AND SILVERSMITH, In directing special attention to his carefully assorted

E. 11 1 • LANGSTAFF, WATOH AND CLOCK MAHER, lEWEILLEIt, AND SILVERSMITH, In directing special attention to his carefully assorted

Bieck, is anxious emphatically to assert that every legitimate effort will continue to be exerted to ensure ENTIRIi and PERMANENT satisfaction in each department. All articles being perfect and as represented, priced with a view to successfully compete with every reputable house
June 2, 1871 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
-e HUDSON'S EXTRACT OF SOAP, AND IIUDSON'S DRY SOAPS, are the best preparations for all Washing ` 1 and Cleansing

-e HUDSON'S EXTRACT OF SOAP, AND IIUDSON'S DRY SOAPS, are the best preparations for all Washing ` 1 and Cleansing

pulposes. Give them a Trade tri..l. Sold everywhere, in Ill,ilb, and Ilb rackets, and in id lot id packets. Be careful to see that the Trade Mark, a Woman's Arm and Dolly, is on every racket.
June 2, 1871 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
OPENING OF THE

OPENING OF THE

CLOTHING EMPORIUM.
October 20, 1871 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England