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AN IMPOSTOR CAUGHT.

AN IMPOSTOR CAUGHT.

An impostor who has been engaged for years past in collecting money in the names of a variety of real and imaginary committees has been arrested through the combined efforts of Captain Torrene, tho Chief Constable of Salford, and Mr J. B. Smith, M.P. He called upon the latter ge
November 30, 1871 - Fifeshire Journal - Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland
 
K NOB, SAMUEL, & DICKSON'S GREAT EMPORIUM. THE FANCY DEPARTMENT, No. 17, HANOVER STREET, EDINBURGH. is now replete with an

K NOB, SAMUEL, & DICKSON'S GREAT EMPORIUM. THE FANCY DEPARTMENT, No. 17, HANOVER STREET, EDINBURGH. is now replete with an

immense variety of SPLENDID AND CIIE AP NOVELTIES. Without inspection, Ladies can form no ides of the amazing variety, extreme Elegance and Cheapness of the Plain and Faucy Merchandise in the BAZAAR DEPARTMENT. Among the more prominent articles of Merchandvs' s of the season may
November 30, 1871 - Fifeshire Journal - Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland
 
MR. MIALL AND THE CHuRCH.

MR. MIALL AND THE CHuRCH.

Mr. Miall has been duiy warned that he is mortal. The customary skeleton was carried round at the Newcastle banquet. It is Mr. Miall himself who confesses to the sad presentiment, for it colours all he has to say. What if Dises- tablishment be done without him, and he have no pa
November 30, 1871 - The Star - Saint Peter Port, Guernsey, Guernsey
 
NOTICE,

NOTICE,

Arlvertiners are requested to make their lost- office Order* payable at the Meet-street Money-order Oflice, to James J ohm, tone, ol 12, Fleet-street, E.C.
November 30, 1871 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MEETING OF THE FURNACEMEN OF.SHEFFIELD,

MEETING OF THE FURNACEMEN OF.SHEFFIELD,

MEETING OF THE FURNACEMEN OF SHEFFIELD, FORMATION OF A UNION. A largely attended representative meeting of the fnrnactmen of Sheffield and the neighbourhood, waa held last evening in the Temperance Hall, Elleamere road, to discuss the questions of getting "two heats" ?? tnrd * y
November 30, 1871 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
?? Bliceett— Scm_:.villh.— Nov. 23, at St. Mary's Church, Brjan-toa square, London, Lieut.-Cjloubl Edward W. Bi.okett, eldest son of Sir

?? Bliceett— Scm_:.villh.— Nov. 23, at St. Mary's Church, Brjan-toa square, London, Lieut.-Cjloubl Edward W. Bi.okett, eldest son of Sir

Elwarl Blaokett, Bart., to the Hon. Julia Franoes, yon ages t daughter of Baron Somernlle. ?? Bteadb,— Nov. 27, after a long and severe anYtetion, borne witb Christian fortitude, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Wm. Steade, aged 40. Tbippbtt.— Nov. 29, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. John Trippett
November 30, 1871 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
MEETING PLACES FOR FRIENDLY.SOCIETIES. j

MEETING PLACES FOR FRIENDLY.SOCIETIES. j

MEETING PLACES FOR FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. j To thb Editor, — I am exceedingly eahged for the Bjmp-tby expressed m your article of to-day ou tha subject of my letter, which you were kind euongh to insert in Batarday'a paper. In yo*r concluding bbu- tecce ot that article yon gave ob o
November 30, 1871 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
FOOTBALL. «-*

FOOTBALL. «-*

Advantage wa» taken of the first fair day ?? piay the following matches :— "»-i»» ATTKKCLirFK CHRIST CHD-CH 0. Wf;nsr,, ovt „ teens). — These -lubs met on th« ground ol t, ne , -S.. Attercliffe, and the play resulted in favour ol „_"*'< team, by two ki als to 0. Thi-i viot,.rv m
November 30, 1871 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
girl^s, Ipmages, ani) grains.

girl^s, Ipmages, ani) grains.

Births- AVEB — At Redruth, the wife of Mr. James Aver, of ason. BOND— At Angarrack, rhillack, the wife of Mr. Philip Bond, of a daughter. BALL— At Ventonl-ague, Philiack, the wife of Mr. Bichard Ball, of a daughter. BEN-SETT — At Bedruth, the wife of Mr. Jolia Bennett, of a daug
November 30, 1871 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England