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STALMINE.

STALMINE.

Wednesday last quite 1 red letter day in Stalmine, b< ir.g the inauguration of the new schools. The Stalrainc schools are undenominational, bat were originally intended for Church of England schools, the change la-mg the result of a difference of opinion in parish. The following
December 27, 1871 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
PUBLIC CONGRATULATIONS.

PUBLIC CONGRATULATIONS.

The satisfaction on the part the pnblio the progress his Kojal Highness the Prinoe of Wales is making towards recovery now being as universally expressed as was its concern few days ago his dangerous state. This feeling is being manifested theatre?, law courts, publio meetings,
December 22, 1871 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
CHRISTMAS TEA MEETINGS,

CHRISTMAS TEA MEETINGS,

The annual social gatherings of the vai-ious religious denominations of the town are appointed to held as follows: The Wcsleyans, at the Subscription-room, on Tuesday, December the 2Cth, at 5 o clock. the evening addresses will delivered by the Rev. J. Parker, the circuit minist
December 22, 1871 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
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LONDON :19 A 20, Ch TERHO USE-SQ UA RE. COCKER’S COMMERCIAL AND PRIVATE HOTEL. Centra], quiet and airy; clean and wellaired beds; private sitting and smoke rooms. Close Metropolitan Railway. 'uersgate-street. Convenient the International Exhibition.
December 23, 1871 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
ABE BEMBU ONLY BY

ABE BEMBU ONLY BY

ABE ONLY BY T^E VINE’S INFALLIBLE HAIR RESTORER, which never yet failed quickly and permanently
December 23, 1871 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
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ami The will of John Scott, the trainer, has beensvwm under £6,900. The Local Board of Scarborough have appointed a committee to investigate the sanitary condition of the town. Some of the Irish residents in Bradford are taking steps for the formation of a branch of the Home Rule
December 23, 1871 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
CHELTENHAM UNION.

CHELTENHAM UNION.

Resident Male Industrial Trainer and Superintendent of Labour Wanted. ’J'HE GUARDIANS of.this Union willattiieir d Meeting be hold on the 4th day of January next, bo prepared reoeire application* for the situation of Resident Male Industrial Trainer and Superintendent of Labour
December 23, 1871 - Cheltenham Mercury - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE NEW SPEAKER.

THE NEW SPEAKER.

The Hon. Henry Bouverie William Brand, who, it is understood, will be nominated on the meeting of Parliament as Speaker of the House of Coalitions, in the room of the Right Hon. J. Evelyn Denison, who wiU resign, is a son of the twenty-first Lord Dacre, and brother of the presen
December 28, 1871 - Globe - London, London, England
 
DARING ROIII3ERIC

DARING ROIII3ERIC

Octacim Clement?, a young man, was charged at the Thames Police-court to-day with stcalin , * two watches from MO, Bromley-street, Poplar, the pro,mrty of Agnes fewes. Last evening tho proseentrix wag Eittln; in her parlour and saw the pris mer t ti(in7, down tee tvo watches fro
December 28, 1871 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CAVALRY HORSES.

CAVALRY HORSES.

The TelegrapitreuiarT:a military sense, two points with regard to horses are essentially of importance. It must be considered, first, what number is at our disposal, or can be obtained without recourse to flagrantly lavish expemaitnre ; seo)udly, of what quality era the horses.
December 28, 1871 - Globe - London, London, England