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Company's Special Notlce to Emigrants. We advi.4e l'asseugors to obtiM their Thlets from our Ageate before leavi:.4 home. 651 D.

Company's Special Notlce to Emigrants. We advi.4e l'asseugors to obtiM their Thlets from our Ageate before leavi:.4 home. 651 D.

JONES Has just received her first delivery of SPRING GOODS. Comprising SILK AND FELT STRAW A: , D TWEED In all the newest designs. NICOLL'S OVERCOATS, Iu a variety of new shade:: and patterns. Gents' Ties, Scarfs, Collars,. &c., &c., In all the Newest Patterns and Shades. LADIE'
April 20, 1872 - Stockton Herald, South Durham and Cleveland Advertiser - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
FURNITURE! FURNITURE!! FURNITURE ! ! ! -- THOS. GARBUTT Begs to draw the attention of his Customers and the Public

FURNITURE! FURNITURE!! FURNITURE ! ! ! -- THOS. GARBUTT Begs to draw the attention of his Customers and the Public

in Stockton and neighbourhood to his NEW and SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, Consisting of Mahogany Parlour, Loo, Dining, and Fancy Tibles ; Parlour and Easy Chairs in great variety; Sofas and Couches of every description ; What Nots ; Chimney and Bed Room Glasses; Feather, Flock, and Ra
April 20, 1872 - Stockton Herald, South Durham and Cleveland Advertiser - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
IL S. NICHOLSON, (Successor to the late Mrs E. A. NicßomoN) DEALER IN GLASS, CiiINA, AND EARTHENWARE OF THE BEST

IL S. NICHOLSON, (Successor to the late Mrs E. A. NicßomoN) DEALER IN GLASS, CiiINA, AND EARTHENWARE OF THE BEST

MANUFACTURE, 5, ST. JOHN'S-ROAD (opposite the Old Church), STOCKTON-ON-TEES. AN ENORMOUS STOCK OF BOHEMIAN AND DRESDEN VASES, dm, ALWAYS ON HAND. 300DS MATCHED ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE. Or PATTERNS OF ALL KINDS OF GOODS SENT TO ANY ADDRESS ON APPROVAL.
April 20, 1872 - Stockton Herald, South Durham and Cleveland Advertiser - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
To Ilmtor Sada& mg Others.

To Ilmtor Sada& mg Others.

Mr.
April 17, 1872 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
A SCHOOL BOARD AT BEATH.

A SCHOOL BOARD AT BEATH.

A letter. a the following is a .py, has received by M. Jcab N.hard.. a Nsh: "Edam.. Department, Whitehall, Londe.. B—My Lord,. under.and that enable unwilling looger to maintain is in consequenoe a of Amman...ion the parish. u I am thengore to inform you Mat my thnt Me contempla
April 17, 1872 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
T. CHIPCHASE,

T. CHIPCHASE,

DRAPER, 2 , 5, HIGH R )W, DARLINGTON, 'NAITO au inspection of his STOCK of for the present &moa t the whole of which b eer , purchased for PROMPT I CASA, and are marked PLUM FIOCRES, at prices gre itly under present lalue. NEW FANCY DRESSES. SATTEEN CLOTHS. YOPLINES. FRENCH METI
April 20, 1872 - Darlington & Richmond Herald - Darlington, Durham, England
 
SOPHEILE COI:MT OF APPEAL.

SOPHEILE COI:MT OF APPEAL.

COI:MT OF APPEAL. The LORD-CHANCELLOR moved the following resolution:— it is expet.sit that one Imperial Supreme Court f Ap ,eat be ettablialied, which shall sit continuously for the hearing matters now heard by way of appeal before this Ileute,or before the .lielicial Comm t• te
April 20, 1872 - Darlington & Richmond Herald - Darlington, Durham, England
 
c, THE BLOOD PURIFIER.' _ OLD DB. JACOB TOWNSEND'S SARSA PA 'ULLA.

c, THE BLOOD PURIFIER.' _ OLD DB. JACOB TOWNSEND'S SARSA PA 'ULLA.

c, BLOOD PURIFIER.' _ OLD DB. JACOB TOWNSEND'S SARSA PA 'ULLA. rw.,xtraordinary medicine bass sinspdar infiuer.oe over the blood, which it enriches and purifies. It removes all pimbles sinl blotches, and purifies the system; and in that suffering state ever accompanying broken do
April 20, 1872 - Darlington & Richmond Herald - Darlington, Durham, England
 
lIITERN•L CI:STD.—Mr. Thomas after a Severe sickness. had lesion of the liver. Every quick movement or sudden jar gave him

lIITERN•L CI:STD.—Mr. Thomas after a Severe sickness. had lesion of the liver. Every quick movement or sudden jar gave him

severe pain, often layiog him op for days. In this condition he applied over the part affected an Allcock's Porous Plaster. At first it seemed to irritate, so it was taken off. But the mocked improvement he experienced afterwards gave him courage to try again, and he therefore a
April 20, 1872 - Darlington & Richmond Herald - Darlington, Durham, England
 
OUR MEAT SUPPLY.

OUR MEAT SUPPLY.

Mr. James Caird writes to the Times on this subject :—The important paper by Mr. Thompson in the Royal Agricultural Society's " Journal " is most instructive. It shows conclusively the great advantage of more liberal farming on our grass lands ; and points out very clearly the m
April 20, 1872 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England