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RUPTURES, 4e.

RUPTURES, 4e.

Q KNOTTLEY, 17 years at WHITE'S Moo-Main Truss Manufactory , . Price of Lovor Truss, 15s. and 165., (postage, Is. 2d ); Double do., Ll 10s., (postage Is. 10d.); Umbilical do., Li 10s., (postage, Is. 10,1.) Post-efilce orders payable, Piccadilly. Riding Belts from 35. 6d. Suspens
April 6, 1872 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
Tti ° JIIL T Y NEW :r . ' NTE T ItI E 'A C IN II II I NU.

Tti ° JIIL T Y NEW :r . ' NTE T ItI E 'A C IN II II I NU.

FN4Newersion of VIE SLEEPING BEAUTY, by Mr. George Ituckland assisted lsy Miss Alice Barth and Miss Florence Hunter, Splendid Scenery and Dissolving , VieWS.— Lecture, by Mr. L L. King, on MONT CENTS and its TUNNEL—Musical Entertainment by the CREMONA FAMILY on Twenty . Instrume
April 6, 1872 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
TRA.DE MARK • C 0 EAMA_I\T'S 11 ) L 0 U R I PREPARED ' , ROM RICE, Ing STAPLE

TRA.DE MARK • C 0 EAMA_I\T'S 11 ) L 0 U R I PREPARED ' , ROM RICE, Ing STAPLE

OF THAN THREE HUNDRED MILLIONS (300,000,000) of PEOPLE, and now in DWIESTIC USE, is unequalled for Wane-Mange ' Custard i P s uddings, Soups 6ze., and is the most wholesom e and easily digestible I) fur CIIILDREN and INVALIDS. TESTIMONIALS. Worn EDWIN LANKESTER, M.D., P.R.& . "R
April 6, 1872 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
A MATEUR INSTRITMENTAL SOCIETY, ZS- ROYAL ALBERT HALL. President, H.R.H. the DUKE of EDINBURGH, K.G. ; Conductor, Mr. ARTHUR S.

A MATEUR INSTRITMENTAL SOCIETY, ZS- ROYAL ALBERT HALL. President, H.R.H. the DUKE of EDINBURGH, K.G. ; Conductor, Mr. ARTHUR S.

SULLIVAN; Assistant Conductor, Mr. GEORGE, MOUNT. An Amateur Instrumental Society, which persons of all classes are invited to join, is in course of formation in connection with the Royal Albert Hall. A course of preliminary studios will be commenced almost immediately. Candidat
April 6, 1872 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
The Birkbeck 15 the onIyBUILDING SOCIETY whose Annual Mimi* exceed One Million 1 HOW TO PURCHASE A HOUSE. FOR TWO

The Birkbeck 15 the onIyBUILDING SOCIETY whose Annual Mimi* exceed One Million 1 HOW TO PURCHASE A HOUSE. FOR TWO

GUINEAS PER MONTH. WITU IMMEDIATE POSSESSION AND NO RENT TO PAT, Apply at the office of the BIRKBECK BUILDING SOCIETY, 20 & 30, Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane. HOW TO PURCHASE A PLOT OF LAND FOR FIVE SHILLINGS PER MONTH'. Wl= IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. Either for Building or Ga
April 6, 1872 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

On the 20th nit., aged 4 days, Alfred William Osborn; and on the 20th inst., aged 5 weeks, Ellen Kate; twin children of Mr. Frederick Roe, of Sheffield. On the 18th inst., at Westwood, Stoneleigh, Lydia, wife of John Reader, aged 65 years. On the 19th inst., at Odibor-ne Terrace
April 25, 1872 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
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EXPERIMENTS WITH GUN-COTTON. (From Tuesday's Times.) For many years past it has been the object of some those who have interested themselves in the development of gun-cotton to adapt that material for use in small arms and artillery. It is not necessary here to inquire what succ
April 25, 1872 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
HANDWRITING.

HANDWRITING.

It is natural to suppose that a man's particular occupation or calling should have some effect upon his handwriting, but I cannot say that I have myself been able to trace such an effect in many cases. Certainly I have never been able to discover that there is any sort of hand p
April 25, 1872 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
HENRY HICKS Coal Merchant, Kenilworth. EVERY quality of COAL supplied on the m ost reasonable terms,and at the shortest notice

HENRY HICKS Coal Merchant, Kenilworth. EVERY quality of COAL supplied on the m ost reasonable terms,and at the shortest notice

Orders received at the Coal Yard, Railway Station; and Mr. J. WEBB's, Albion Row, Kenilworth. N.B.—Accounts received at the Office, Railway Station, and by Mr. WEBB, Albion Row. NO ACCOUNTS TO BE PAID AT CASTLE END.
April 25, 1872 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England