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BUSINESS TO BE DONE IN THE GARDEN IN OCTOBER.

BUSINESS TO BE DONE IN THE GARDEN IN OCTOBER.

FLOWER GARDEN. Auriculas iv pots must now be placed for ths winter. Remove Chrysanthemums to the house for blooming. Plant Perennials if not done last month. Commence planting out tulip beds. Plant Biennials where they are' to remain. Dahlias being no more wanted for fjhows, the
September 30, 1871 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
uo., TAN NEBS, MORPETH, BEG respectfully to inform tbe Public tbat tbey bavo commenced tbe Business of TANNERS, in on

uo., TAN NEBS, MORPETH, BEG respectfully to inform tbe Public tbat tbey bavo commenced tbe Business of TANNERS, in on

the Premises, in Newgate Street, for many years used as a Tannery tbe late Mr Railstoo, and since Mr. A. H. Thornton, and they trust that by naDufacturiog Goods of the best description, <od supplying tbem at reasonable prices, to merit share of public *t. J. Lkadbitte bavluK i-e
September 30, 1871 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
WANTED for tbe Northumberland Steam Plough Com any, 8 Steam PLOUGHMEN. Apply to tbe Manager!' W. Coates, Widdrington, Aokhnglon. WANTED,

WANTED for tbe Northumberland Steam Plough Com any, 8 Steam PLOUGHMEN. Apply to tbe Manager!' W. Coates, Widdrington, Aokhnglon. WANTED,

WELL educated Youth an APPRENTICE. A Apply to R. and J. Swarm, Butchers, &c, Bedlington. ■ ANTED immediately, or at November term, a HOUSE to Rent, in Morpeth, containing not less than 4or Rooms. Reference G. E. S., 2, EHison Terrace, New Bridge Street, Newcaetle-on- Tyne. —- WA
September 30, 1871 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
PARTINGTON and ALLEN, Solicitors, Town Hall Buildings, King Street, Manchester. Forms of application for shares, and all farther particulars, may

PARTINGTON and ALLEN, Solicitors, Town Hall Buildings, King Street, Manchester. Forms of application for shares, and all farther particulars, may

be had from the bankers, brokers, solicitors, er seoretary of the company; or will be forwarded upon letter of request addressed to Messrs. Tattersall and Abnit, 14, Marsden Street, Manchester. ~~~ NEW SEASON'B TEAS. rpHE FINEST NEW SEASON'S TEAS, JAMES HOPPER'S, TEA DEALER, GRO
September 30, 1871 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
LONG ASHTON PETTY SESSION.

LONG ASHTON PETTY SESSION.

Y AJA NVX MajL A d x -E X -O± Fe ?? Before Messrs Dalbeny (uhairmau), Mordaunt, W. G. Colet, to H. J. Mlirhoafe, anml fi. Codhlin, a '[he following adjourned applications for renewal of license$ r- wer"o ow dtisposed of- James Beacham, of the Wagon and Horses, Mle don. Corn- fe
September 30, 1871 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTrHS. September 22, at Easton-in-Gordano, the wife of Mr. J. S. Willway, of a daughter. September 22, at Cleveland-read, Higher Crunmpsall, near Manchester, the wife of the Rof. John Judge, Wesleyan minister, of a son. teptember 23, at Upper Afaudlin-streot, the wife of Mr. Th
September 30, 1871 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
WORKSOP POLICE COURT.

WORKSOP POLICE COURT.

WEDNESDAY. (Before F. J. S. Fo< jamse, M.P., J. Y. and C. T Wright, Eaqrs.) The Overseers o' the various parishes attended with the list of persous liable to serve common and special juries. Only two persons were on the list for Cnck-ev Welbeek Oabuton, Welbeck; nil Buaby, one E
September 30, 1871 - Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald - Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England
 
ECKINGTON.

ECKINGTON.

Remarkable .Incident.— On Saturday*evening Mr. John Fletcher, farmer, f Thirby Cliff, had the misfortune to lose a Bank of Er gland note, which was found by Mr. Wm. Widdison, butcher, in the White Hart yard, on the following Tuesday morning. It appears Mr. Widdison, after gettin
September 30, 1871 - Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald - Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England
 
MATLOCK BATH.

MATLOCK BATH.

Funeral the late John Martin Maynard.—The mortal remains of this highly «- clergyman were to the grave Trinity Church-yard, on Thursday last. The was formerly incumbent of Matlock Rith, durine which time, the space of years he wa« universally beloved and resisted all classes of
September 30, 1871 - Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald - Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England
 
"POOR MISS FINCH."

"POOR MISS FINCH."

Acrostic Answer. ME. Hornet, honest Joker, C aim thy indignation just, Wreathe my brow with laurel branches, A s, in duty bound, thou must. I discovered who Miss Pinch is, Solved the problem—let the cat L eap from out the bag proverbial— Sure I've won the bays for that. Keep the
September 30, 1871 - Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald - Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England