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Leaving a clear unappropriated balance of The above statement shows that the amount ia the hands •f the Government is of iuself more than sufficient meet ■very liability, and i> ia to find that, alter • idmg tor a<l the expenses connected with iho management •f the bank, there h
December 18, 1873 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
BOARD OF HEALTH

BOARD OF HEALTH

The usual fnrtnightiy meeting of this BoarJ was held on Monday crcninp. Mr. Croeby presided, and there were present—The Mayor, and Heesra. Osborn, Dcnthfield, < Jnsold, Orchard, Tanner, Flower*, and J. ilarlock. THE FARM. The Scrvetor had nothing report about the farm. THE CUCRC
December 18, 1873 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
C*m* Disuse. —We are glad to report that there have cases of in this neighbourhood this week ■pjjs j* the

C*m* Disuse. —We are glad to report that there have cases of in this neighbourhood this week ■pjjs j* the

first announcement of the kind that we have able make since the Ist of September. WaTKSLoo Vetehan.— -An appeal is now being madon behalf of Ralph Morris, of I/eannngton, who is yearof age, and wlio serted in the 81st Regiment at Corunna, was prcserit at Waterloo. Having no pens
December 18, 1873 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE CENTRAL CORN EXCHANGE AND BUTTER MARKET, With Extensive Cellarage, and three very valuable and desirable BUSINESS PREMISES, BANBURY, OXOS.

THE CENTRAL CORN EXCHANGE AND BUTTER MARKET, With Extensive Cellarage, and three very valuable and desirable BUSINESS PREMISES, BANBURY, OXOS.

THOMAS FOWLER Has received instructions from the Mortgagees, to arrange for THE SALE BY AUCTION, IN the month of January next, of all those spacious and newly erected building called the CENTRAL CORN EXCHANGE, comprising principal room. feet by 6* feet, with Olfic.a and Extensiv
December 18, 1873 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
PRUSSIA.

PRUSSIA.

DEATH OF THE QUEEN DOWAGER Dresden. Dee. 15. The Queen Dowager Elisabeth of Prussia, widow of the late King Frederick IV.. expired midnight. Her Majesty was born on 13tb of November. 1801, and bad thus entered upon her "3rd year. HOLLAND. THE DUTCH WAR IN SUMATRA. The Hague, De
December 18, 1873 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE FOUNTAIN OF HEALTH

THE FOUNTAIN OF HEALTH

The Local and Nervine Treatment. IMPAKFS to •rtlem.and Imrhly r*~anin>«tiur proi>ertiM, ita inflricnca on the tec* ami fanetioi « (uecdily manirnred, and in all j.hility. n*. deprcaaion, palpiurico of the heart. tr*mM i g the li’iiha. paiua in the beck, Ac. reaoltntc from ovtr l
December 11, 1873 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
The aoeuel irshiblt.oo cMtle. *n<i by SuxtlifielJ Club wa* npeoeJ u-lay >o A«f>* cultural Hail. Lon i era U *«•

The aoeuel irshiblt.oo cMtle. *n<i by SuxtlifielJ Club wa* npeoeJ u-lay >o A«f>* cultural Hail. Lon i era U *«•

mcrve-a »o ll«e number of calUa aheap. falluic <.ff ;ue p'<«- Few have bo> u held under ro r* fifourab'e crcutnttaccee than the pree».*nt roe. ti club must t>« -ntfra* tulated upon tta unprecedented Mcceaa. Tue toUl for the past three years are as follows IsTl. in all classes 15
December 11, 1873 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
rent ion better than cure. People think they were ■afe in moderate but the drunkards were recruited from the moderate

rent ion better than cure. People think they were ■afe in moderate but the drunkards were recruited from the moderate

drinkers. Dnnk «ai very insidious tning, and w rmed iuelf iuto tbetr babite. Mr. Edmonds concluded with an earnest appeal to those m the audience U> take the pledge who bad not already done so. Mr BaTLa moved a vote of tbanka the lecturer, and referring to the opposition they ha
December 11, 1873 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
MOON TAIN BREED.

MOON TAIN BREED.

riaaa6B.—Fat Wcraßß Ship, any white fared mountain bread, of any atcr.—l at, Alt, Mr. W. A. Hoars S eith. Hrnatrate House. Whimpla, biatar, 4 years month* weeks; ‘Jnd. Mr. William Smith, Haustrata House, Whim,'le, year* months weeks. Cl»sa M.—Fat Witibb Sbibp, of any hlaek-faced
December 11, 1873 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England