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—Gold Medal Starch

—Gold Medal Starch

WHEN YOU ASK FOR BTALROU SEE THAT YOU GET IT, As inferior kinds often aubatituted for the sake extra profits. MIDWINTER’S MURRAIN OILS On Sale at the Mercury Office, I'HE beet Kerned; ever for the Murrain in Cattle, Sheep, and Pig*i Meo, for Sere Udder., Cou, Sprain., and Brnlee
August 26, 1871 - Cheltenham Mercury - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE BEST INVESTMENT OF THE DAY, FOR A SMALL OUTLAY, j, And where there is no previous knowledge of the

THE BEST INVESTMENT OF THE DAY, FOR A SMALL OUTLAY, j, And where there is no previous knowledge of the

t-j fc .. .A | business required, is y Lemonade, Ginger Beer, in and Soda Water Machine, M. L Kr*7i /IliLllvae the public taste is so much the increase for Aerated drinks. The book of 44 pages of illustrations and information, forwarded, free. S. BARNETT, Engineer, 23, Forston S
August 26, 1871 - Cheltenham Mercury - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
RITUALISTIC MUMMERIES!

RITUALISTIC MUMMERIES!

Dedicated to the Parishioners of Pbestbury and Bishop’s Clbbvb. The Gospel religion it seems is too stale, Too simple, too dull, too straightforward tale ; It is merely matter of duty and heart, And Fashion plays in it no prominent part; It was mado for too many, and some are qu
August 26, 1871 - Cheltenham Mercury - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY POISONING CASE AT BRIGHTON.

EXTRAORDINARY POISONING CASE AT BRIGHTON.

Much excitement baa been caused in Brighton by an attempt which has been made to poison saveral persons through sending them presents of eatables. The Chief Constable of Brighton on Friday offered a reward of £2O for the discovery of the sender of the parcels containing them. So
August 26, 1871 - Cheltenham Mercury - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
FOR INVALIDS

FOR INVALIDS

CHAPMAN and Co.’s ENTIRE WHEAT FLOUR USED AS ARROWROOT IS A WONDERFUL
May 17, 1871 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
PENZANCE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1871.

PENZANCE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1871.

Trade Announcements, PENZANCE GENERAL DRAPERY AND FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT, 13 and 14, MAKK E T . PLACE. OLV E R BYM 0 8 Respectfully announce their return from London, and solicit tho attention Ladies to tho very choice assortment of fashionable P I N G AND SUMMER GOODS, Consis
May 17, 1871 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
I . LEVIN’S WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WATCH. JEWELLERY, AND PLATE WAREHOUSE, 102, MARKET JEW STREET, PENZANCE. /"'< OLD AND SILVER

I . LEVIN’S WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WATCH. JEWELLERY, AND PLATE WAREHOUSE, 102, MARKET JEW STREET, PENZANCE. /"'< OLD AND SILVER

WATCHES; gold Alborta ; neck chains ; brooches; earrings; lockets; ladies’ and gents’ rings; stiver and electro-plate. LARGE ASSORTMENT of plated and jot jewellery; rosewood and mahogany writing-dcske, work-boxes, and ladies' and gents’ dressing-cases; cutlery ; and variety of f
May 17, 1871 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
PADS T O W

PADS T O W

Improvements.—There arc not many places in the West of England wherein much steady progress has been made in a qaiet way as Pad stow. Did the requisite accommodation exist might be made into favourite summer resort. The staple industry of the town has been the shipbuilding trade
May 24, 1871 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
THE COKNISH TELEGRAPH. W'EHN ESI) AY. MAY 22, 1871.

THE COKNISH TELEGRAPH. W'EHN ESI) AY. MAY 22, 1871.

THE COKNISH TELEGRAPH. ESI) AY. MAY 22, 1871. DREADFUL MASSACRES IN ALGIERS. Accounts from Algiers to of May state that the insurrection continued rage fiercely over, and some dreadful massacres had boon perpetrated the Arabs at Delly, Bougie, and Palestro, At last-mentioned vill
May 24, 1871 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
WO NDER F V L ESC AP E

WO NDER F V L ESC AP E

WO NDER V ESC AP E extraordinary instance of an escape child when falling out of a passenger train occurred near Watcrbeach, upon the Great Eastern line, the other morning. It appears that boy, eight years old, was booked from Cambridge to East Dereham. Norfolk, anil he was given
May 24, 1871 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England